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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - March 22, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaCrossmon amp Eal Blix attorneys at Orr tho store of we. J. Muir Ord on Public a refine Aion Troso a. W. A. Cross of. Montrose Mareta a 1871. B. L. Daldy a is. To. A d. Vail not or to cps its Crux surgeon Nav located himself in Montrose pit., where to Vrell promptly attend to All Calls in his profusion with which he May to favored. Office fetid residence wet of the court House Nutof Fitch amp Watson s office. Montrose february 8.1971. Law office Fitch amp Watson attorney fit Law at the old off of Bentley amp Fitch Montrose a. . , 71. W. . Charles k. Stoddard dealer in boots shots hats Caps. Leather . Findings main Street 1st door below Boyd s store. Work made to order repairing done neatly. Montrose Jan. 1,1s70.littles a Blakeslee attorneys Conns Llor at Law. Office the one heretofore oct Pleil by b. B. Amp it g. I a Lutlo. On Street Mon Rosc a. Jan a a in b. A talk. Ort. P. Little. E. Bum Tab. E Mckenzie. Jacuot. Ii. Mel inc Exzie l Ai Tot amp . Dealer to dry go Oil cloth Lnu ladles a me. Ano shoes. Also aleuts Lor the Brent Amer Lynn ten Coffee company. , 1.1. A i. A a wis Koli. Suaviso Nain dressing. Shop in tho new Post Mcc Hill Dino where he "�11 u rny Mill to a a end nil who May want anything Montrose la a. Oct. 13. In. In his line. P. Reynolds artto Neery soils dry goods find al of Xian Ida at a in docs. All orders left i my Quot la a knot of Bine Gray. Upon my bosom lies a knot of Blue Gray you ask me Why tears fill my eyes As Low to you i say i had two Brothers once w Arm hearted bold Gay they left my Side one wore the Blue the other wore the Gray. One Rode with 8toncwall his men joined his Fate to Lee the other followed Sherman a March triumphant to the sea. Both fought for what they deemed to licit right died with sword in hand one sloops amid Virginia a Hills. And one in Georgia a Sands. The same Sun shines non their Graves july love unchanged fiust stay so upon my bosom lies a this knot of Blue Gray. A women no a answer. A Village Stout. By Mary a. Keables. Attend at Vendue. All order 1 receive prompt attention a oct. 1, if o. B. Hawley dealer in out goods. Groceries. A rockery. Hardware. Lint. Cap loot. Slitor made i.0i1-lug. Paint Oil etc., new Milford i a. St it. A it. Dry St Ida Tox the Virlan surgeon tender bits sorrier to the citizens of urea Bend pm nit. Off re m. I residence opposite Banura House to t. Bend Village. Sept. 1st, of _ Law office. Chamberlin amp Mcollum. Attorney Conn Scklore at Law. Office in the Brick blink out the rank. I Montrose amr. 4.1 Fly. Cha Berj in. J. Ii. Mccollum. A. Amp d. R. Lathrop dealers in l re Roods. Groceries. Crockery class a pocket Cut Lerv. Paint Oil Dye stuff. Hat Boot a hours. Role leather. Porf Ncry a. Brick blk Kkt. Adj Otong inc Bank. Montrose. August j. Ino. Of , d. R. . A. O. 1vabrfa, attorney at Law. Bounty. Dark pay. elem to claim it Trudl to. Off. Ii Oor below Boyds store montroae.p�. An. 1. A is. 1�?T. Sitov auctioneer insurance Aal sol agent Prland al Lac a. J do you know you have asked for the costliest Ever made by the hand above thing a woman a heart a woman a life a woman a wonderful love do you know Yon have asked for this priceless As a child might ask for a toy ? thing demanding what others have died to win with the reckless dash of a boy ? Yon have Willcu my lesson of duly out Man like have Yon questioned me now stand at the bar of woman a soul i Mil i shall question thee. You require your Mutton shall always be hoi i your sucks Yout shirts be whole i a quirk your heart to be True As gods stars Ami pure As ills heaven your soul you require a Cook for your Mutton beef i Toquiro a far greater thing a seamstress you to wanting for socks for i look for a Man a King shirt a King for the Hen Lihi realm called Homo a mail that the maker god shall look upon As he did the first say ill is very i am fair Young hut the Rose will fade from Niv so ill Young Check one Day a will you love me Ilion mid the falling leaves As Vuu did a Mill the blossoms of May. S. Gilbert it. S. Vauoti Odnoor Aalt tolf a rent. Bend a. Airiel yet. S. Vauoti . I Isufi. Address Brooklyn a. Is your heart an Ocean so Strong deep a 1 May launch my All on its tide a lowing woman limbs heaven or hell i on the Dav she becomes a Bride. I require All things that Are grand True a Tuler that a Man should be John Groves i if you give this All i Touhl Stavac no Neis Van Honable Tabor Montrose i a. Bop Over j in All you demand of me. Chandler s store. A1 order Fallt Din fret rat Stylc. L ulling done on Short notice warranted to a. I can not j this laundress Cook Avav. Smith j a a in Etui hire Little to pay in int chair manuf Attl 1 s heart Anil a woman s life of a Dnn Tad. Mon Liosi. A. I Quot it a n it a o we a a Tom Way. Of Street Montrose. I ii. Blk set a nov or Good. Oil do Aldrin Staple hardware Iron Gootsan Dubocs. Itasta link a a groceries provisions. a Rocker d Tail do. K. P. Fixes. local Cal at e re Rovt a Itric not be a prac Ticino Medicine Winder in an auches. To May be found at Llue Jack Tsou House. Office hours from s it. M., to a. P. I friends Villa a. Ang. I. Stroud amp brows ,1f1 instance ac3nts. All Terai ire a attended of ,1 .,1 a aral door North it a Calille Avenne Montruel a. Cna Mes l. Known. Blix oms or noun we. D. , in. Inca flee court House Ait the tar Hill House. Adj. 1. duty to. Smith dentist. Room Over Boyd amp Corn in 3 ii. W arc store Mcc Bennra from 0 a. To j p. Montrose Ang. 1,18 13.�? of \i5il. To Truell dealer in Drenea Patent Ileal Cunea. Rhj�1�1 is nor it paint. Oils Ove 5�l a Fly. V Una by. W in w l door. Paint Oua jut d window in. Nor stoneware lamp. Be a enc machinery Oil. Fess fancy a a a valaahleiwucrth>n7oilqood?ln0suaqnrbanpa . And established in 1819. Montrose i a. D. W. Searle 1ttokney at Law. Of Floc Over the Storc of a lath plan the Brick Block Montrose. A. And go a a a Liat glitters is not i met a Maiden in the Street with Rosy Cheeks Anil figure neat at me a thrilling glance so sent i stood aghast with wonder Maul doubtful if on my heels or head 1 isl remember that i said i sundry other foolish tilings a it is a Angel Monug wings f i 1 courted her we were wed but after one Short week had fled i said a a As sure As in a a sinner my wife has something mortal in her a six months went let a. Alas a twas Clear that i had got her rather dear in fact there could not he a doubt. She was a woman out out a year a dreadful year Lias passed my eyes arc open while at last. Mom noon night she works me evil 1 believe she is the very Devil do. W. L. Ticu Ardson puys1c1an 4 surgeon tender Hie pro Quot ,�?on3 1tl.vsra of Montrose Vida Ltd. Broa. Foundry. L _. 1, 1st,3. Or. E. L. Gardner put Vyrlan surgeon Montrose in. Glica Dean. Hoard at Seariel Roll Ang t. I a a a sat Khz Burn amp i curls in Droga Medici sea chemical. Dye _. A i i Nanri. Spice. Faux a Ryand toilet a tiits Lull Llenora. In Lea. Fancy amp a or a Fps on cas7compj-ded Scarle a a. B. By emf Aag. 1, lbs fish in critics Anil it ism. A stir rage was unset in Anburn new York the other Day by an infuriated animal that was afterwards referred to by a modest lady As a a Hatch Clor os.7 James Parton classifies his audiences follows the a a still attentive a Alic to Lars a or. E a i dammit a septan 4 surgeon tender i Profe Aalona a Vicea to the Elum a Rirl do ind Vicinity. To of Floc in the office or or. Lac it Board at a. Ilo Ford . prof. Morris tho Tilatti bar her re thru i thank rot the kind Pat Manee that Lias enabled him to net the but Rvl a of a Lav it time Tofelt the to Hole Story hot come actor to Oracle �3r�?oat the old stand no hm.1 a a All Mcd in Pic shop. April la . Jaunt by Stuebs 6cnast�s. Whole Isle hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builder s hardware time rail sprees mins Road a a info Bur Lizs. A or Orfini sri Tirb axles skeis8 cssn�0xe8.b0lts, sledges fili3,4c. 4e. A Cems it ii Aib a kind Stoikes fbks�3iwisd0vusaeaw4wndikgs Cronrod. Match 81� 1963� a a agricultural College of Pennsylvania. Nurna dirt Lection win reopen for who Spring term of �4 weeks n on Friday be Briary 10, 1871. A _ for Mcneal circular Catalogno other la fun nation. Address. A Tilos. H. Burkow. Prudent agricultural College p. Of n Jan. 35,1850.�?1� a Centre ., pay Nick responsive a the a a hard the a a wont Appl awls a the a a voting lady at a party on being asked to favor the company with a a the Maiden s prayer a went to the piano struck up a a Mother May 1 go out to swim Iua very animated manner. A a Money Hunter being about to mar re a Fortune a a Friend asked him How Long tie Houe Siroon would last. A dont Tell me of the honeymoon a he replied a a it is the Harvest Moon with a a a which of on vehicles shall Tyc sell a asked a Cross grained Man of his wife a a tie sulky or tho sociable.?�?� a a let us get rid of the sulky by All Means retain the sociable a was the response. A some sinner Lias stole the thermometer from the l of do Lack reporter office. That paper informs tho thief that it will be of no Csc to him where he is going As it does not work higher than 313. A sir Samuel barkers party have discovered a hitherto unknown confluent of the Nile it being the youngest child of a a father Nile the jokers propose that it to set Down on Uto maps As the Jevc Nizic. A a lady Itilio Zidou got the idea into her Bead that the in her Hung lie self. If women go to hanging themselves for a Little thing like that they arc going to be mighty scarce that Sall a a a a mrs. Stowe thinks Thercie Trieb a time after marriage when a husband has something else to do Taii to. Make direct love to his wife. This is probably tho time when lie is in Akintoye to awol Fri aii a wife. A Quot a a Quot Timo is sometimes said it Fly that is what the fellow said when he loosened the the Rev. Or. Fulton the pastor of the blooms due Church his wife a new Bonnet was the subject under discussion by the members of the a Sandwich islands society a Tomt rather warm afternoon in Early summer. The president of the society a tall lean cadaverous looking woman with hooked nose thin compressed lips seemed to he the chief spokesman upon tho occasion. Mrs. Woodridge for such was her name was not Only president of tho society of tho Village but tho wife of Deacon Woodridge a Man of great influence not ouly in the Church but in tho Village so upon this occasion tho ladies All with Oue Accord dropped the flannel night Caps they were making for tho poor Little Heathen of tho Sandwich islands listened with open mouthed wonder to tho strange Story of the new piece of extravagance indulged in by their pastors wife. A a i suppose you All remember that new dross mrs. Fulton made for herself last Winter that was enough to show what she was for extravagance a Brown French Merino faced up with Black silk that must have Cost three dollars per Yard at tho lowest rate As tho silk went All around the Bottom to the depth of some six inches it must have taken at least How much silk do you suppose Miga Jackson a miss Jackson the Village dressmaker Milliner put on an air of great in kit it acc As she asked a a with collars cuffs pocket lids a a a a a quilted ? silk takes a pm Milting you know.�?�. A a yes quilted in Small a a for Yards perhaps say three a no As much As for spools of machine silk to quilt it a just about what i supposed then silk at three dollars per Yang would lies lets Sec twelve dollars fourteen dollars with machine silk then the Merino it would take at least five Yards that at two dollars per Yang to Natl make the dress amount to Twenty one dollars without tho lining wadding the buttons must have Cost at least a Dollar a dozen Well say the dress Cost Twenty five dollars. What a morning dress for a ministers wife Wili a five Hundred Dollar salary to depend on but the Bonnet a a a yes a chimed in a number of ladies a the Bonnet a a a yes x was on the Point of rely log All i Kau Jet Jumont that i think its enough of turn her out of no Clinch 1�?� a a you done to say p exclaimed several holding up their hands in holy horror. A a yes 1 do say just that any minister s wife who sets such a example before a Christian congregation for extravagance t think deserves turning out Well today is Friday. Wednesday the Deacon was going past the Post office in the Bug a As 1 wanted to Stop inquire for last number of the new a periodical 1 m taking it is called a the la ath to holiness As the May number had t come to hand i thought id Stop find out about it at the Post office As i would t lose it for anything Quot every article in its a rages is a spiritual feast. As i went into the Post office who should i meet but elder Fulton he had a letter in his hand which i saw As lie folded it no was from the express office. Well i thought in a in innate some mischief was afloat so i watched the elder As i expected he went straight to the express office. I was determined to find out about it so i went into a store by which he must pass in go in Quot Home in a few moments 3ure a Cimon i he went by with a Box on his shoulder. Well a she continued after pausing to take breath a i just thought j d find out All about it As Long As i had commenced so a few minutes afterwards i went round to the parsonage pud knocked at the door when i saw mrs. Fulton look out of her chamber window she had of tho beaut fullest new Bonnet i Ever set my eyes on.a a you Haven to see my latest styles have you a asked miss Jackson bridging. A yes i have this Bonnet would put anything you have entirely in the Shade it was a airy Little thing made of the most delicate lace ribbon Flowers i Ever saw i must say it became her wonderfully with her baby face Gold a a i never admired her style of scanty a routed Sliss crimp the Village Belle. Miss crimp had Black Eye Sand Raven hair which May account for her taste in such things. Not i can to say As i do a answered mrs. Woodridge rather hesitating a but the truth is she did look real pretty in that lion net a n a a what did she do when she saw Yon a inquired a member of the society. A do by she coloured no As red As a a Piny a says she a a a Why mrs. Woodridge is it Yon ? walk right into the parlor ill be Down in a moment a a _ a a i went in sat Down on a Teter or tartar tartar or whatever the name of it is to wait till she came Down which she did in a few minutes with her husband the door was open so i heard them As they come Down said she a a a Isno tit Beauty Whattl Dicost a a a you say anything about it a said he a but tho Price was a a _. A How much a what did to say a queried the interested listeners a Well now ill te8 Yon tire honest truth 1 understood him to say thirty five Foll Are but it might Hare been Wen to five. I world not have believed it if f Hadnot heard it with my own ears but think of thirty five or even Twenty five dollars for a ministers wife a Bonnet a a a shocking p exclaimed miss Jackson a i Haven t one or my shop priced Over fifteen a _. A Well As i was saying continued Jura. Woodridge a i understood him to say thirty five but it might have. Been Twenty five then she said Iuno deut like you know How be talks a a a you wont it astonish Otto Good folks wanted me to take off my things stay to dinner but i said it Wasny to Worth while that i thought i would just Call see How they Wero getting along. After awhile i mentioned about the Box i saw or. Fulton carrying a a a you a ought to have had them sent it Home for you a said a a a of it Wasny to heavy a or. Fulton said. A Well i wanted to to real Bure so i asked As carelessly us i could what came in the Box. I knew it Wamp to quite prop to ask that but i to bought the end Justitia the a a 1 saw mrs. Fulton a face color up red As a Coal then elder Fulton looked mighty significant at his wife said a a a just wait till sunday then you la know. Sister Woodridge.1�?� a a Well of course after that i was pretty Well satisfied of 1 Hod my baking to do 1 came Home but i suppose to shall see the thirty live Dollar Bonnet out in All its glory next a a where a Jenny a inquired miss crimp during a Little Lull in the conversation. A a Jenny my Jenny a said mrs. Woodridge. A Well i tried to have her stay at Home this afternoon but she is such a queer girl you know she never joined the society never will i presume. She says the Heathen will go without Nightcap a ion Quot time before she will make one yet f can to say she begrudge her time for she a gone hours helping mrs. Fulton she thinks a nobody like her. I dare say she a Over there now helping her about her weeks baking but the Way things Are Goniu Quot now i shall put n Stop to it if mrs. Fulton can Wear Twenty five Dollar bonnets she can afford to hire her work done As a a i always thought Jennie was a great Friend of the Fulton a said miss Jackson a a but i make a slave of myself for them if i was in her a a Well i can to say As she Ever did that a said mrs. Woodridge with a Little show of resentment a shut that has nothing to do about it. We Are All together now�?1 wish the Sisters would express their opinion a just at this moment Jennie to ood Ruic walked up the Gravelled path entered tho room. She was a pretty Rosy cheeked girl with a dimple in her Chin a merry Light in her eyes. Throwing off her throwing it upon the High spare bed that ornamented ? a front room a Jennie sat Dotu complacently Ami began to Antic a enormous paper parcel. A a what have you there a inquired her Mother. A a Well a said miss Jennie a i have Sorne a i Thike to see miss Jackson mrs. Fulton a new Bonne did at Woodridge in astonishment a a miss Jennie Woodridge s new Bonnet a cried the Young lady tily. A a present however from mrs. Button who made bit with her own bands. Isnit it a scanty a the Bonnet was passed around for every lady s inspection even miss Jackson could find no fault with it. A a put it on Jennie a said her Mother. Jennie smoothed her hair obeyed. Miss Jackson turned almost Green with envy. A a How do Yon know she made it herself a she asked spitefully. A a Well a replied Jennie arranging the strings a in the first place she told me so then i saw some of tho ribbon Flowers lace that were left. She was making herself one to Day not nearly so Gay As this just White with a few delicate Flowers. She used to be a Milliner before she married or. Fulton last fall she had some things left enough she save to make her own bonnets for ten years mrs. Woodridge gave a Long sigh she looked crestfallen dumb founded. A a then it could not have been the Bonnet that Cost thirty five dollars a said sister smart who had taken heretofore no part in the conversation a perhaps you were mistaken also about the Twenty five Dollar morning a what Twenty five Dollar morning dress a inquired Jennie. A i was tolling the ladies about mrs. Fulton a Brown Merino faced with quilt silk. We thought perhaps it Cost As much As a a a has laughed Jennie. A i helped mrs. Fulton make that dress myself it was made of an old Merino an old silk circular. What wont people say after a while Twenty five dollars a has it was a Silvery merry laugh Ami re contagious that All the company a with the exception of two or three joined m. A a Well a said mrs. Woodridge a i should like to know what came in that Box f simply a communion service dear Reader a present from a wealthy congregation in the East to or. Fulton a Western Church. Of Courso mrs. Woodridge Ami others interested made this discovery at the presentation sunday afternoon. At present the pastor s wife has no Wanner Friend than mrs. Woodridge who Lias come to the conclusion that it is a very Good plan to think no evil especially As much As possible or these degenerate times to mind ones own business of is More pleasure in seeing others Happy than in seeking to to Happy ourselves. There is More pleasure m acquiring knowledge to be useful Thau in merely seeking knowledge for our own happiness. If Young old a Persbhn s would spend half the Money in making others Happy which they spend in dress useless luxury How much More real pleasure it would give them politeness to a lady use kind words they Are easier cheaper ought to mean More Utah others. You have or once had a Mother Yon May or Mav not have or Havo had a sister. It is one the same the sex merits politeness _ recollections promote cheerfulness painful ones gloom. This the happiness that flows from tho right regulation of the feelings tends to preset Nat itself. A a neither a Borrower nor a Lender to for loan Oft loses both itself Friend borrowing dulls the Edge of this wus the advice polonius Avo la a tes on the eve of his first Start in life. Excellent advice but impracticable As society is constituted. Why bless the dear old Man. What was lie thinking about ? borrowing is As old As lying they Are in fact correlative. If a Man is neither to be a Borrower nor a Lender Wlms is lie to be we should like to know ? society is divided into two great classes a borrowers lenders it to in Beautiful Natrul Harmony. Every needy soul finds a kindly genial soul possessing that surplus which shall minister to the needy ones wants. The Rich Man is Only not Nrec a treasurer he but holds in Trust that sir plus richest Call it what you will a with which he can relieve his poorer bretheren. It is like positive negative electricity plus minus when there is too much plus there comes a social Thunder storm As exhibited in periodical commercial crashes. This might have been avoided if the poorer Brethren a the borrowers had Lieen permitted to draw off the Sun dts electricity richest in a a Sparks a that is in loan there would have been no Shock. As m. Proudhon remarked it was never intended that one Man should hold the property of thousands unless Asa traster to Advance it As required. A rightly constituted Man can never feel More Happy than when honouring one of these sentimental checks. The pleasantest part of the transaction consists in the Little fiction about repayment. Nobody is deceived. The Lender never expects to to repaid the Borrower never intends that he should be lint it enables both parties to retain their Selfri Spect. Perhaps the oldest authentic Case of borrowing wus the Case of the israelite who borrowed from the egyptians never repaid them. Julius Ciesar was a great proficient in the Art ills debts considerably exceeded five millions dollars. The Plant genes tudors san arts were terrible borrowers. King John Ltd tracked Loans from the jews by tho ingenious process of extracting their Teeth Oue tooth a ter diem without chloroform or laughing Gas until the loan was effected one obdurate israelite is stated to have endured the drawing of half his Teeth before he would make up his mind to draw a Check. This ill conditioned individual was this in acted both in Money Teeth. Moral never show your Teeth when asked fora loan. Edward i had a terrible plan for borrowing from the jews. It was a system of forced Loans lie cruelly tortured the wretched hebrews until Thuv yielded no their hoards. If they Quot rumbled hot either put them to death or banished them from the kingdom. Fans a Wilys be Baron Rothschild by Means of an Earnest Appeal to that Gen elem aug a Teeth history Calls Edward i. 3 great King. We considered him to Havo been a a incl rapacious tyrant who not Only robbed tort Ned the jews but barbarous by murdered the Welsh bards. But jews or poets were not held of much account in those Iron Ages. That Tipsy Solomon James i. Was a mean Borrower lie is said on one occasion to have borrowed a pair of silk stockings from one of his Nobles he had not even the manhood to borrow a dozen pairs. Charles i. Borrowed of a truly regal scale. The Loans or a a Benevolence a were forced out of the unfortunate landholders by Cue imprisonment. Charles ii borrowed from everybody lie not Only borrowed his Peoples Money hut their wives daughters to borrowed from the King of in Ranee. He was tho false St meanest merriest reprobate who Ever lived a infidel died a roman Catholic. Charles ii also instituted tho National debt of great Britian but it was William Iii. To whom tho action was indebted for the regular establishment of that Noble British institution also for the introduction of the cat of nine tails. William was a great Prince but inordinately fond of Green peas. Iio is said to have invariably consumed the first dish of that agreeable vegetable without sparing his poor Queen even a spoonful. Great men have their Little failings. During the reign of George Iii. The nation took to borrowing from itself at a frightful rate. The wicked absurd War with France added More Thau two billion dollars to the National debt. Some English people Admire this he Auti Lul institution As a great Blessing provided by the Wisdom of their ancestors mysteriously connected with the National Prosperity. We wish them Joy of their taste. George in who possessed All the vices of his own borrowed shamelessly from everybody who would lend him a shilling. We need scarcely that lie never paid anybody in fact the Only debt lie Ever did pay was that of nature he could not Well escape that Lac clothes wigs etc., of this great Anu Good Prince Are said to have Cost the nation fifty thousand dollars per Anu uni. I he population of a Large Village might have been fed for a smaller sum. I he Coronation of a a Georgius Cost Over one million two Hundred fifteen thousand dollars. To forget the Cost of his funeral but the nation did not grudge that r to turn from these borrowers of millions to the Humble borrowers of dimes seems pitiful but is necessary to Nablo its to Trace to ramification of the Art some men seem to be born borrowers. Their clothes Sci Colin Quot Are borrowed at least they Are never paid for. They borrow bats balls marbles they borrow Cirta by by they borrow dollars until after a lift spent in borrowing they go hopelessly to tho bad borrow a razor arc Bonnet in a Bor rowed that ii of Charity coffin. Some men spend their Litesy in borrowing boobs if they a re Idun Strikow collect at last quite a Library. Other men have a mania for borrowing . Poor Dou Quot Las Jerrold had a capital Story on tho subject Jones borrowed Browns umbrella. One wet morning Brown meets Jones comfortably protected by the borrowed article. Heh 1 Jort Csc Bow Lucky a my umbtella.1 in to det through. Yon can to Havo it. Saya dry Jones want it myself. But what am i to do gasps Brown. Do retorts Jones Why do As i did you fool borrow one a Home men Are always borrowing their friends name on the backs of Bills. It is factions Ely termed getting no behind. It is very easy to get up but a very different matter to get Down generally involves a Tumble. There no positively men in new York City who like our imported sparrows do not know in the morning where their daily bread is coming from. They Trust to borrowing yet How Light airy a embarrassed is the Demeanour of a Man of this class nature tells brass that he has not breakfasted. Halt How fortunate yonder comes Allworthy a kind warm hearted Inan born to lend. A request for the loan of a five Dollar Bill is instantly preferred. Bus never borrows less than five to says its mean Allworthy hesitates fur he Lias bled on More than one occasion but he Isa Man who has All his life Laboured under a difficulty about saying no in the right place. Sadly but with resignation lie places the deside rated stamp in the other s outstretched Palm. Tis done Allworthy enjoys the satisfaction of knowing that his Friend s wants Are provided for. Not however for Long for there is not much attending in borrowed Money. Men of the brass class have a partiality for 6almon, Turkey Spring Lamb Green peas agreeable viands but running into Money. A very numerous class borrow other Peoples ideas inventions even jokes thrive upon the larceny. The Reader will perceive that to consider thieving borrowing without any intention of repaying As convertible terms. It does not speak favourably for the mortality of English playwrights that More than their farces sensational dramas Are borrowed from the French. To never heard of the French borrowing front Llie English. There Are certain folks who flaunt in borrowed plumes. Mrs. A Rel adme for instance is going out shopping borrows mrs. Shoddy s Carriage Labouring apparently in incr the delusion that people will take it for her own that she will receive homage Kolon in consequence. Error or. Stewarts As for mrs local instruments they possessed the paltry Harp Lutc cymbal which is spoken of of Long ago As 1580 b. The flute was the invention of Hya Ginns 1,500 b. And Nero pm dyed non the melodious bagpipe 51 . In household furniture Glass was used by the egyptians crockery was known to the egyptians greeks 1,400 b. 0. Carpets was in use 800 b. Clocks which measured time by tho falling of water were invented 158 b. which had been in use previous to the invention of the water clock Date from 550 b. Bricks were made 2,247 b. The Latho was invented by gains �,240 a 0. Trio Compass was used by the chinese 1�115 b. Bellows was the a he mention of Anarch Arsis 500 b. A. But when we think that bread made from wheat was known to the chinese 3,680 years ago to must confess that it is rather stale fee can imagine who Young a Heathen Chinee of that Date crying lustily for bread Honey. These chinese Are a wonderful people . No mistake of Evete As for Backos 1100 a a c., or. A ont she wrote a dictionary containing -10,000 Eliar acteria representing Worls. Evhen we read that the arts aft sciences of Astro filmy 2,334 b. Scalp tire painting 2,100 b. A geometry 2,003 b. Lootfy philosophy mathematics mechanics Hydrostatics geography mensuration geology metallurgy chemistry called Alchemy Sargory were All known to tho ancients to almost exclaim with so Lottion a a hero is no new thing under tho Salesman with one discerning glance at tho Coachman perceives the True slate of the Case. Coachman do not like being loaned have a quiet but unmistakable manner of showing that the party they Are attending upon is not their own mistress. Thu there Are the people in the Middle rank of life who whenever they give a party make a Point of borrowing articles of plate wherewith to adorn tho table. Mrs. Spa now expects a few friends. The affair must to quite a genteel a of dons words she borrows mrs. Tiptop cry so Leper Gnoy mrs. Flash a Silver cake brisket electro candelabra. Mrs. A k has taken Masker the new York world relates tho following incident which of ctn red at tho grand Amnia masquerade of Csc lieder Kranz in that City on the 1-ftly test. When 12 o clock the hour for in a asking arrived Ebete were of course the proportion of violent s Prises Happy recognitions &e., possibly also a few of those accidental disappointments inseparable from a general cog Meta one of the most disgusted Trien m the throng was a Ptomy nent member of a City department a handsome fellow whom do himself gorgeous in the Cost me of Cav Alief. Lie haunted the Steps of a Bowitch ing Page that Page did Trot seem loth to to pursued indeed met Bis advances half Way. Other men envied that Cavalier the Possession of the bean Tiftz Page who soon resigned herself exclusively his society. Lie triumphed. Her Golden curls Hung or Rich profusion Over Fleck shoulders of the tint which Iyow might in fair if it could Blush y below tho Edge of her Black half Domino appeared a very Little Mouth from which when merry laughter Ripple the Light came glancing one a dreadful Man in shabby Black a Limp White neck cloth White Berlin gloves who yawns fearfully daring the rept St poor fellow he has Ceu nights miming the guests have the satisfaction of pretending to gaze with the eyes of strangers on their own belongings of complimenting mrs. Spa now on the handsome appearance of her table then these unfortunate people quaff Heup Champagne with fear Fol inward misgiving to be too surely realized on the Morrow. Give not dear Reader your autograph to tho professional Money Lender. Beware of tho Money Lender for his ways tend into bankruptcy. Borrow Money Only on dire necessity. If Yeti borrow of a Friend do it with a firm steady Resolution of honestly repay Iii Quot him sooner or later. We Remer Glicr a Funty Story of an unfortunate Borrower who in his penitential moments used to us Csc his image in the looking Glass. You horrid dolt you wretched fool you driveline inc Kuithe 1 do no to shake your stupid fist at me. 1 pc a great mind to Knock your ugly head off your foolish shoulders. Yalta you ought to be ashamed of yourself a the Man Felt humiliated. Indeed a Borrower in presence of his creditor feels but half a Man. How can you argue the Point with a Man to whom you owe Money without a sort of horrid fear that if you get the Best of it he will retort with by the by Yon owe me fifty dollars you seem to see fifty dollars gleaming in Liis Teeth twinkling in Bis Eye radiating from his whiskers. A Man who borrows Money is a Man on crutches he is artificially lie is not a Man Only a a Loor cripple. Therefore we say if a Gissible borrow not at All. A Shore tip House is an unsightly object dangerous to its inmates shunned by Tjie passers-by.�?-1ppkbnc journal. To Antiquity of invention. The most ancient invention is that of the Needle whether the credit of this invention is due to Adam or eve we know not but to know the Bible a says they sewed Fig leaves together made themselves to Bow without a Needle would to an impossibility therefore they must have invented one whether from Thorn Shay stick or fish Bone is also matter of doubt. How ancient Theu the Trade of dressmaking when we look at fashionable dressed women of today reflect that All her dress finery etc., is the result of the combined thought Industry mid perseverance of dressmakers for nearly 6,000 years to it to be wondered at that she is a a fearfully wonderfully made a to Noah is attributed tho invention of wine. 2,347 b. Ale was known at least 404 b. C., Anil Beer is mentioned by Xenophon 401 1. Backgammon the most ancient of on games was invented by pal Amedos of Greece 2224 1. O. Chess is of a later Date originated 680 years before the Christian Era the first circus was built by Tarpon 050 b. A theatrical representations to Points in Short she was in Hia eyes at least the Belle of the Ball. From banter to flirtation to ardent protestations to quickly progressed Liilo she listened smiled encouraged. Heavily she leaned upon him in this intoxicating whirl of the Waltz often they wandered with slow Steps Iff Hie lobbies in conversation Sweet. Lie plead with her to unmask of permit him to enjoy the san Shine of that scanty which to knew she must possess but so steadily replied a a you must wait ninth the hour for until Theu he became her patient slave. At length in a q Jet Pisco she dropped the mask. To stood aghast before he it a Lyon who exclaimed. A a but a your liar used to be a i had it. A dyed blonde a a a Yortis skin yellow a a a yes in t of acis enamel Trice a a you were thin As Askel Ctol a a my French pads iat ent calves have put that All a a a vow Yff Feyes Oris changed they used to have a fishy a Lyon often told me so i spoke up my doctor al out it to advised a a your Teeth of a a Cost me $75 Nice ainu to they a sho grinned. To fled for that was thro very woman from whom in Luid been divorced three veils to before by a Indiana Coffert. Origin of tho alphabet the Rev. Or. Jubb wih is something of on authority in linguistic matters has delivered an address before the British Arch geological society on the origin of the alphabet. His views though not entirely original Are still 60 different from those ordinarily entertained on that subject As to provoke consider Ahlo criticism. Having Analysed the ideographic hieroglyphic systems of Fly stir Ign 43 they Are exhibited on the most ancient monuments lie proceeds to show to limit the alphabetic system was radically different so Endch so that it could not Hayo been developed with them nor a vial originated by tho. Same people. Much less could it be tho invention of a people who had net even the Conception of representing abstract ideas by Means of visible symbols. Tho Art of alphabetic writing was too Subtle too perfect in itself for the in aided intellect of Man to have dented if tho doctor urges that history arid philosophy led to the same concert Sion that tho alphabet was of divine origin following up their idea to sought to show that tho writing of the chinese was not properly alphabetic that the antediluvian had no system of writing whatever that even tho patriarchs octo an acquainted with letters. The very first alphabet Given to Man was doubtless to the israelite by of orcs the first document written with it wa3 tho tables of tho Law. Whether tho characters were tho ancient phoenician from which nearly till modern alphabets sclera to to derived or the hebrew characters As used in latter times the Learned doctor did not Ventora an opinion. If tho a to really tho work of to deity As much As tho dec Ulpino. Its subsequent dispersion among Heathen nations . Its subsequent changes to adapt it to Trio wants of i al Wuu theatrical representations took tra quote a represented �2 written. Blk is a Ine it changes to adapt it to Tuow Anu a a 536 b. A so it seems that tho an j different languages must tie regarded Mienl Bocre hot its destitute of amnio Ono of the in Ignas of Hamu history me Taos one would suppose it is not possible that the great philosopher Sci crates delighted in chess bit Sophocles an his Little friends by to fog them to see the gladiators tragedian a a. L. A a a Gill tel nth a. A a a on Spanish bar Colorado 8,000 feet above the level of the Sev on March 0, Ohio anemones the Flowers Fody Ono men Quot Cress were . This is earlier by Eia Muno a Quot a a gum. Ii Foss were plot clued. A a. That Veu immortal Homer eos old play a i ten Days than they have a ver been san fair game of backgammon ?. A info of okie a \

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