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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - May 17, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaBe. B. Hawley proprietor. A Vasi Lem so a ases jmj Lxi to. 1871. Yoji ume xxvi number 20. Gas incas Carite. B. Amp a. , Ottob vat Law office Over tic Bank Montrose a. Montrose. May 10. 1s7i. A of or. D. A. Latrop he opened in office the foot of Chest not Street near the Catholic Chunrui where he can be consulted a ii a tics. Montrose april s3,1871. By cross9iox amp Balowin attorsey8 l Over the store of we. Mumm on Pauc Aveloc Montrose a. W. Cons Stox. B. L. Baldwin. Montrose March la 1871. Of. Or. D. Vail ads Chocos. Lias permanently located himself in Montrose. Where he will promptly attend to All Call in i profession with which he May. Be favored. Office and residence West of the court i Loyac near Fuch a Watsun s office. Montrose. February a 1871. Law office Fitch a Watson attorneys Law the old office of Bentley a Fitch. Montrose. A. Quot Jan. La a w. W. Watson. L. R. Pitch. Charles Stoddard dealer in Boot and shot.#. Hats and Cap. Leather and pin Dongs Mato Street 11 Dndr below Boyd s store. Work made to order and repairing Duuck neatly. Montrose. Jan. 1, 1370. Littles amp Blakeslee attorney and Coane for a Jiw. Office the one heretofore occupied by r. D. A 0. , on main a treet. Montrose a. April so. Amp a. Uttus. Oco. P. Little. E. L. Blakeslee. B. Me exits. C. C. Pay not w. H. Mccain. Mcke Zie Fairnot co. Dealer in dry goods. Clothing ladles and misses Fine shoe also. Agents for tic great american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose. Is no a to. Lewis shaving and hair dressing. Shop in the new Post Afflec building where he will be found ready to attend All who May want anything la his line. Moutron a. Oct. 18. 1369. Al. Hawley a dealer in dry goods. Groceries crockery. Hardware. Hats Caps. , ready made clothing paints oils etc., new Milford. A. Sept. 8, ,u9. Or. S. A. Dayton physician a so Rokon. To Ndu a his service to Ihu citizens of great Reid and vanity office i residence of not us Barnum House get Bend tillage. Sept 1-a. Istl. Of Law office. Chamberlin a Mccot Lum. Attorney and Conn a Hlor Law. Bank a. Chamberlin. Office in the Brick Block Over the Montrose Ang. 4. Imp. B. Mccoll. A. Amp d. . Lati Bop dealers in dry goods. Groceries crockery and can Honre. Talc and Ocky to Cut cry. Paint. 0-1#, d a still. Lints and How. a or leather a. Brick re cd. Adjoining the Bank. Montrose. Augne to. Is Ftp. A of , a do . A. Warren attorney a. Law. Bounty. Back . Pension and exem Ltd claim attended to. Off Refl Oor below Boyd store. . A. 1, c9 is. C. Sit Tox auctioneer and insurance agent sol f�9u Friend Grille a. C. S. Gilbert . S. Auto Lonzor. Sugul got great Bead a. Avi Ely Auto Lonzor. An. 1, 18g3. Address Brooklyn a. John Groves fashionable Tabor Montrose pm. Shop Over Chandler s store. A 1 orders ouch in first rate style. C ailing done on Short notice and warranted to fit. W. W. Smith a to Benet and chair of main Street Montrose. A. Aug. 1 1889. A Birritta dealer in Staple and fancy dry Good.#. Creek in hardware Iron. Store. Dry a paints but and shoes hits amp. Cap. Frs Buffalo Robes groceries. Provision we. New Milford. A. Or. A p. Hines \ a permanently located a pose of practising Medicine and surgery in a ii branches. Lie May be found to Jackson a Masc. Office boars from 8 a. M., to 8 p. Friend Volle pa., Ang. 1. 18g9l Stroud is drown fire and life h733aanck ac2nt3. A business attended to or Umily on fair terms. Office first door North of hotel,1 West Sadr o Public Avenue Montrose a. Aug. 1.1869. Maxes a a Otto cd asks l. Below. Nit d. Lusk attorney Law Montrose. A. Fie oppo alte to Tarbell House near the Coort Oass. Atoff. I 1869.�?tf Abel Tyrrell dealer in drugs Patent medicines chemicals liquors Points muffs. Vor Pishos win w Glass groceries Glass Ware Wall and window paper. Stone Ware lamps kerosene machinery oils. Grasses gaos ammunition. Knives. Spectacle brushes fancy goods jewelry Peru to being tone Oft be most numerous extensive and valuable collections of goods in snap Rebonna established in 1848. Montrose a. W. Be Akle to Taney Law. Office Over tar store of a. La amp Hrop in the Brick a Root Montrose. A. Al 69 or. A la Richardson phys Cjan amp Murgeon. Tenders i prof Effloa services to the citizen of Montrose Ana office his residence on the Corner cast of Sayre a Bros. Foundry. Aug. 1� 1869. Do. E. I . , physician and burgeon Montrose. A. Give Especial attention to diseases of the heart and Janig and All Sargl cil dlr each. Office Over w. B. boards Scarle s hotel. Aug. 1. 1sc9. Burns amp Nichols dealers jul or Toga medicines chemicals Dye tfx ofis. Paints ills. Vat oath. Liquors spice. Fancy Marciea. Patent Ald Linua perfumery and toilet articles. Prescriptions carefully i a Olla Avenue above a earlus a hotel Montrose a a. U. Dense a a Aloe a Xenou. Aug. 1, 18c9._ or. E. L. I1andrick, physician a surgeon tender. I. Professional services to the citizen of and Vicinity. Luthe office of or. Leet a a. A boards j. Hosford a. Aug. J,1869. Prof. Horr1s, the is Btl Barber a tarns his thanks fur tho kind patronage that has enabled him to get the Best re to us 1 a 1 i Bav time to Tell to whole Story but come and see for Yoars Eves �27�?oat tho old stand. No loud laughing allowed in the shop. April 18,1870. Tocts is Corner. A picture. Tic following Sweet poem is from the pen of Suil Labert a mrs. Partington Quot a and is a perfect picture of he childhood Home is touchingly Beautiful and our readers will thank us for publishing . A Friend and townsman of soil Laber attests to the Beauty and truthfulness of the picture and they will thank him also for the pleasure this Gem affords them there a a Little Low hut by the River a Side within the sound of its rippling tide its Walls Are Grey with the mosses of years and us roof All crumbled and old appears but fairer to me than castles Pride is the Little Low hut by the River a Side. The Little Low hut was my Natal nest where my childhood passed life a springtime Blest where the Hopes of ardent youth were formed and tho aun of Promise my Young heart Wanned. Ere i threw myself on life a Swift tide and left the dear but by the River a Side. That Little few hut in lowly Guise was soft and grand to my Youthful eyes and fairer Trees were never known before than the Apple Trees by the Humble door. That my father loved for their Thrifty Pride which shadowed the but by the livers Side. That Little few hut had a glad Hearthstone that echoed of old with a pleasant tone and Brothers and Sisters a merry Crew filled the hours with pleasure As on they flew but one by one the loved ones died. That dwelt in the hut by the River a aide. The father revered and the children Gay the Graves of the world have called away but quietly All alone there sits by the pleasant window in Ummer knits an Angel woman Long years Allied with the Little Low hut by the River a Side. That Little Low hut to the lonely wife is the cherished stage of her Active life i each scene is recalled in memory a beam As she sits by the window in pensive dream j and Joys and woes Roll Back like a tide i in Liat throw hut by the River a Side. J my Mother a Fec by the Rivers s Side j she Waits for the flood of the heavenly tide j and the voice that shall thrill her heart with its Call to meet once More with the dear ones All a and Torrn in a Region beautified a a the band that once met by the River a Side. That dear old hut by the River a Side with the warmest pulse of my heart is Allied and a glory is Over its dark Wall thrown that Tatlier fabrics have never known and i shall love with a fonder Pride that Little Low hut by the River s Side. us. The a bog pict Fine. A a a pretty face a pretty face indeed in i turned the Little photograph upside Down held off Arm s length to get a perspective View and scrutinized closely with my Eye glasses. Henry Wallis looked pleased a Man naturally likes to have his duly admired and. Appreciated. A a so this is the Bessie Armitage i have heard so much of really Willis she does credit to your taste. A blonde i suppose a a fair As a Lily Leaf with Blue eyes and the sunniest Golden hair a a a a i Well i must say i prefer the Brunette style so far As my individual taste goes bit then fancies , you was All very Well for Henry Wallis to go into act Aries about the Palid fair haired Bessie Armitage he had never seen the glance of Cecilia Vernon s magnificent dark eyes. What did he know about the True Type of feminine Beauty a a As you say fancies Wallis re turned lightly. Quot but i wish you would select a handsome Frame for when von j destiny go to town next a Blue velvet with a Gold Quot run on the margin or some such tasteful arrangement a a a ill see to a i said depositing the picture in its envelope and returning to inv inside breast pocket a you la be very careful of a a a careful ? of course i i smiled a Little Wallis solicitude and we parted. After All Ilene a Wallis was better off than 1 was for he was securely engaged to the dimpled yellow dressed Little object of his affections while i was yet As were in outer darkness Uncertain whether my Peerless Cecilia returned any ardent Center of a1cheerful Circle of lamplight. A bit of Crotchet work was lying in Ner Lap and an open volume of poems poems i had sent Here was on the table. Cecilia Vernon was always a air to look upon in my sight to night however she seemed More than ordinarily Beautiful. I sat Down and begun hesitatingly upon the never failing topic of the weather. A proposal had seemed the easiest thing in the world As i walked along the dewy edges of the peaceful Starlight Road contemplating from afar off but now that i was face to face with Alps upon Alps of difficulty and perplexity seemed to surround its accomplish men. I would have Given All that i was Worth to postpone the evil Day but Twenty for hours All but my self respect and that was imperilled now. Cecilia tried her Best to keep the Ball of conversation in motion sho introduced new subjects asked leading questions and feigned deep interest in tho most abstruse of topics. But even Cecilia could not talk on forever Aud presently. Denver. A boys composition. My brother has got a Beaver. His name is Frank. When be told me he was going to have a Beaver i was a Foj glad for my geography says beavers gnaw Down Trees and dam Rivers. I did care for the dam for that is wicked but i spun Lih women is the smallness of income and the necessity of looking sharply to the Means of life that makes the Young people of putrid so prudent in their love affairs. I know of no place where ugly heiresses Are such Belles and where Young men with handsome incomes Are so universally leg. Teemed by All who know them. Tho stars tho tight would be bully fun to make on the sleeves of Young officers Are More him gnaw Down Trees in the Orchard regarded than their dancing and the red he said i coaids see sunday so i got Belt of a Field officer is As winning in the up Early. When be brought out the Cage eyes of Beauty As a Cestos of Venus. A which looked like a band Box i got no in i subaltern offered his heart and hand to a a chair to see him let out Ana was Black eyed girl of Castile. She said kind nothing but a stove pipe hat i was mad i in but firmly that the night was too and said i should go to meeting with him j Cloudy. A a what said the stupefied Lov and i did. We went Down Broad Street because Frank that a my brother said we were late but was tolled. We saw three beavers ahead of is and the big boys that were under them said they were late or a a the 6ky is full of a a i see but one a said the prudent Beauty her Fine eyes Restin pensively upon his cuff Liere one Lone luminary indicated his rank. The spirit is really one of forethought too and came that Way because they did a and not avarice. People who have enough not like to walk fast 011 the main Street. For two almost always marry from incline but we were really Early and the beavers with a Little sight of despair she subsided 1 kept together in the entry and laugh into silence. Now was the eventful de and were red in the face. They ail moment of my 1 agreed to go into Church together because they were not used to and some carried beavers right before them like a contribution Box and Frank carried his upside Down anyway he put Down so and father nudged him and he turned Over. After he got Home Frank said was right to put the top Down and that Quot a the Little holes to the part that the head goes into i done to know which now. Fanny that a my sister said was All Down and told me to feel of and i Tion and frequently take partners for life without a Penny. If men were never Hen pecked except by Learned wives Spain would be the place of All others for timid men to marry in. The girls Are Bright vivacious naturally very Clever but they Havit tel Otilli to ear. A sir speak Poul a kindly word never leave a sting behind and of to breath each talc we be heard. Is far beneath a Noble mind for Oil a better sed is sown by choosing thus a Kinder plan for if but Little Good we know let s speak of All the Good we can. Give me the heart that Fain would hide would Faiu auth cry a faults efface. How can please our human Pride to prove humanity hut base i no let reach a higher Mot a a Noble estimate of maybe Earnest in the search of Good and speak of All the Best we can. Then speak no ill but intent he to other s feeling As your own if you re the first a fault to see be not tic first to make known for life is but a passing Day no lips can Tell How Brief the stay be Earnest in the search of Good and speak of All the Good we May. Cecilia a a i said of Tiv. She raised the liquid Brown Eves to mine. A a i want to confide in Yon to night a have i your permission to speak a a certainly or. . í41 am very much in love Cecilia in j the top was where fact my heart has Long ago gone out of ventilate were or my own Possession into that of a i stopped with the up tel husky feeling in Niy Ihrol Cecilia was plus Hing Pic w a a us in my a divinely. I Drew my chair close to hers i did Aid said was Felt and they All a cannot be trusted to to with the sensation of a Man who has just laughed. Pulled the string of a cold Shower Bath. The wind Blev Franks Bat off when a a who is the lady a faltered Cecilia a meeting was out. Lee did not run for . As if she did no to know perfectly Well us i because the papers Tell you not to for de oth nor whether she secretly inclined j do. I some one will do for Vou. He told me toward that unprincipled fellow fit Hugli a shall i show you her picture Cecil to i did not run very fast first for Trefoil. A score of times 1 had Resol Vid i a r the meeting folks were All looking. But to Settle the question u score of times a i miss Vernon inclined her head almost i Pun and so did the hat. I got had gone to the Vernon with the very t0 thu 0f not shoulder to look Allt and of and waited till came no formula of declaration on my lips Aud As i e e i Drew from my Anc Tillea put m foot Down and missed often had the words died away unvoiced j 0chet. I skilfully stole one Arm round of Mary Lizzie stopped . Mary Lizzie her Waist. J 3 Frank s girls anyway he goes with her. A a see Dearest a a f told her was Franks and she picked a a but to my horror and dismay she no al d Brush . Frank was the = snatched her hand from my clasp sprang Corner waiting for . And he Cotile not j Lair spaniards which would Madden our up and started away like some fair avenge i Jake his hat off to her for she had in agita tresses. _ in mid Doss 1 j her hand. He Shook his fist me and i must be innocence which Springs Quot flow dare you insult to thus or. A i bet i wont run for his hat again and a from ignorance that induces an occasion Markh Aiu a get my shoes All dust and be out of j no coarseness of expression which Surpris Cecilia How what a breath Esy Uii in the conver Saliou of those Lovely a a Don presume to Call me Cecilia sir a i wish that i was big so that i could Young girls. They will speak Wajih per sobbed the indignant girl bursting into. A ear one and i bet i would practice with j feet Fie Edum of the Chat Eimil of a Young tears and sweeping from the room. J Franks so As to get used to the height of j Mother. A Maiden of fifteen said to me i sat like one palsied. What Lead i and not smash when i go Down cel a a i must go to a party this evening to Ecol Doue ? who was the gracious mood of Lar the Way Frank did and would Tell Icellee and i hate . Beningo is getting my enchantress thus suddenly transform in a very one to put their hand up 011 the j old enough to marry and he wants to see. I to Gall and bitterness sure v she a Wall just As High As they think the Bat All the girls in Low Ueck before be makes would preset to a Ltd apologize for j is and then put the hat Down wont makes up his they All swear like a a. Be half As High. A troopers without a thought of profanity. .n.l.,.t i. I i and unspoken. I if Fate Lead Only i find me with one thousandth part of ii Eliugh Trefoil s off hand Aiida Civ 1 i Don think anything j Short of til deluge could Check that Fel Low s Cool Seir Possession an earthquake and 1 Don think that the Mili be ilium could i i Howe or love inspires the feeble heart with a sort of fictitious courage and i was a new Man since miss Vern ii had Smih a upon me. What was the use i of doubting hesitating and trembling Why not decide my Fate atom ice ? Henry Wallis Serene Content exercised a Stimus i kiting inti ence upon me. I would Fain j have been even As he was 1 Quot there is 110 sense i matters and further a a As 1 walked up and Down the rather limit Jed domains of Little Law office. "1 i have been a doubting f us quite Long a i i m afraid i was a very amiable Mem Ber of the Domestic Circle that afternoon. A a 1 think Paul is growing crosser every i Day a said my sister her Little i plump shoulders. Quot Mamma 1 wish you d i so Peak to i but my Mother bless her Wise old soul knew better than that. She Only looked scarcely any education whatever. They Uever know the difference Between i. And v. They throw themselves in orthography entirely upon Benevolence. They know a Little music Aud a Little French but they have never crossed even in a school Day excursion the Border line of the ologies. They do not even read novels. They Are regarded As injurious and. Daughters until Mamma has read them. Mamma never has time to read them and so they Are condemned by default Fern a Caballero in one of her sleepy romances refers to this illiterate character of the Spanish ladies Aud says is their chief charms that a Christian woman in Good society ought not to know anything by vend her cookery Book and her Missal. There is a old proverb which coarsely conveys this idea a a mule that Whinnie Aud a woman that talks latin never comes to any there is contented a conies ence in this moral servitude among the in procrastinating j cd precious exit ? but she did not re 1 said Hall aloud. A Liru a Lonj after waiting Long in vain i sneaked out of aside crept Detec Colv Home my heart burning with won Der and resentment. I had 110 mind to meet the assembled family group so i admitted myself with the Latch key and stole noiselessly up stairs where my lamp i Hail lighted with such High Aud bound ing Hopes j i threw off my coat viciously As i did so the forgotten Wurte de Hifue dropped from my pocket. I stooped to pick up. was the portrait of Bessie Armitage Aud there on the mantel where in my me Over the rims of her spectacles Aud j went on darning stockings. J headless haste i left was the divine Quot Paul is worried with business matters countenance of my Queed Cecilia i is 1 e said apologetically. A a a a a Paul will do Well enough if Yuu Only let who Quot who marched to Battle for the right when North and South began to fight when darkness called the land like night ? the Soldier. Who smoked away his goad Cigar when Battle grim showed Muny a scar when freemen bled both near and far ? tho general. Who gave the general Honse and land 1 who Shook the Genera by the hand who made him president High and grand the people. Who asks for Charity some bread ? the crippled Soldier he who bleed who Geta no Bounty till he s dead ? the Soldier. Ami ties and h unt Brothers Scranton a wholesale a retail deals rain hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware miss bail cqxtstb&8vsk amp bail spire Railroad a in fish 8�opplib8. Carriage Spring. Axles 8kbin8 and boxes. Bolts buts and a washers. Plated bands Malle Able to loss. Hubs. Spokes Felloes. Seat 8pwdle8, rows Ltd amp anvils vice stocks and Dies. Bellows hammers. Sledges. Files . Circular and mjllsaws4bflt1ng. Packing tackle blocks plaster Eaphis Cement n air amp gun stones. French window fxkdxkq8 Fairbanks scale8. Branton. March. 1888. By agricultural College of Pennsylvania. J his institution will reopen for the Spring term of 24 weeks on Friday february 10, 1871� Fox ad0"�?T006 a a 5n Thos. H Burrows. President. Of Cultura Conegie p. O., a an. 25, is70.�?tf. Centre Coa. A an impudent youngster came very near getting his ears boxed the other night a wedding party for wishing the Bride Quot Many Happy returns of the a a my dear a asked John on observing new striped Hose on his Only heir Quot Why have you made Barber s poles of Earnest s legs Quot Bec Ansa he a a Little Shaver a was the reply. A had the marriage of the Princess Louise take place during Lent is stated that in Many London churches ther would be a special penitential service the same hour As the nuptial ceremony a a fellow coming out of a tavern one Frost Morningher overloaded fell on the door step. Trying to regain his footing he remarked a if be True that the wicked stand on Slippery ground i most belong to the other class for its More than i can a Rev. Or. Truders late of Norristown n. J., has made a magnificent contribution of pro nitty Worth Over one Hundred thousand dollars for the purpose of a Hospital in Philadelphia under the charge of fat presbyterian Church. A a testimonial to the shill of a chiropodist publish paper testified that a four or five years ago be snores fully extracted several corns from my feet without pain As also a member of my family which have not returned since that Board is to be $5 a Day Saratoga this summer. Him i went up to my room after dinner and made an elaborate toilet but All the pins i bestowed upon served Only to heighten the general effect of awkwardness. A a in be two minds to wait until to Morrow a quoth i to my self Abrutis stopping with my Cravat bail tied. No i might be a Coward but i was not such an unmitigated pol Troon As that. I bad begun the Enterprise and i would carry through if Cost me the last drop of my hearts blood. Moreover i had had an inspiration. Aug tirely original method of putting the momentous query a a popping the questions is a vulgaris that i for one could never tolerate had occurred to me. A a a hang Fitz Hugli Trefoil a i exclaimed gleefully half around though there was no ear to boar my ejaculation. A a win the dark eved treasure vet in spite of him a i opened my writing Case and carefully took out a Little Carle de visible wrapped in tissue paper and tenderly Laid away with a Pink silk perfume a Oriel that min Nee had made for me once. was Cecilias picture she had allowed my to steal away from her with scarcely a remonstrance a week before. Then was the time i ought to have proposed but like a timorous doubting Moon calf of i was f had let the Golden tide of Opportunity slip unimproved away from me. 1 Drew Bessie Armitage a vacant Dol like face from its envelope and compared the two with a thrill of Triumph in my heart. A a colourless water beside Crimson sparkling Champagne a Pale Violet in the Shadow of a Royal Rose pearls eclipsed by the fiery Flash of Diamond a i exclaimed a Henry Wallis taste May to very Correct and classical but give me my Radiant Brunette these bleached ont beauties done to correspond with my Ideal of a a was a Lovely Spring evening of i entered the wide Gravelled path that led up to the Broad porch of the old fashioned Vernon mansion. A Squire Vernon sat there smoking his Meerschaum. A a won to you sit Down and have a smoke a be demanded hospitably a a a a real luxury to be Able to take a whiff out of doors after being shut up in the House All the Winter. Or maybe you a prefer going in to see Cecil a sensible old gentleman 1 lie had not forgotten his own Young Day. I intimated not without considerable awkwardness that the special object of my visit had been to a sep Cecil a a a Well she is in the parlor All by herself a said the a Squire conc a hip nordly motioning me in. A a walk in walk in. A Cecilia Vernon was sitting in the parlor alone a her father bad said the Wight i bad shown her the wrong photograph. All was Clear now her indignation and resentment the whole tangle web of mystery was unravelled now i caught no my hat to Rush Back to her. But that moment the clock a track eleven. was too late now. All apology and explanation must be left until the Morrow. And with a discontented spirit i bought my Couch. Early next morning i walked Over to the old yen of mansion but expeditious As i was Trefoil had been there before me. I met him coming whistling Down the walk As self possessed As Ever. Congratulate me my dear fellow i i think old beavers Aro the Best for i their Mildest expression of Surprise is you Cau put a big Rock inside them and Jesus Maria they change their oaths put them on the sidewalk Aud look j with the season. the feast of the 1m-through a knot Hole in the Fence and Sec i Maculate Conception the favorite oath is every one that comes along kick them. I Maria Purissima. This is the time of i Tell you is fun to see them squirm special interest to Young girls. is ii Aud hold on to their toes. I period of compulsory confessions con j science cleaning As they Call . They first prayer in Cou fires. A Are Tery pm is in their Way. They attend a to their religious duties with the same Inin Thatcher s military journal under Terest which they display a few years be Date of december 1777, is found a note a Furu a dressing and undressing their dolls containing the identical a a first prayer in Congress a made by Rev. Jacob Duche a gentleman of great eloquence. Here is a historical curiosity a a 0 lord our heavenly father High and rightly King of Kings and lord of lords who Dost from thy throne behold All the dwellers on Earth and reign est with Power supreme and uncontrolled Over All kingdoms empires and governments look Down in mercy we beseech thee on these american states who have fled to Quot thee from the Rod of the oppressor Aud thrown themselves on thy gracious Protection desiring henceforth to be dependent Only on thee to thee they have appealed for the righteousness of their cause to thee do they now look up for that countenance and support which thou alone canst give take them therefore heavenly am the happiest Man in the world. Cej rather,.under thy nurturing cate give cilia Vernon has just promised to be my wife a i started blankly him and with one or two unintelligible Inu Murs turned Short round and walked Home again. My rival had improved the propitious Opportunity Aud caught Cecilias heart in rebound Well so goes the world and i am a Bachelor yet. There is but one cd Emilia and she alas is married to fit Hugli Trefoil. you go courting be certain whose picture you arc carrying next to your . A a spoiling n that Domestic atrocity known As a spoiling a child a is generally looked upon us a consequence of excessive maternal love but if a Mother hated her Little one she could scarcely do anything worse. A spoiled child is one of the most unhappy of living creatures and generally sickly for besides the physical evils which the indulgence of its undisciplined appetites engenders Ita temper preys upon its health. To pumper the Little folks in All their whims and Cupric a is a parental sin and one which is always visited upon the unfortunate ones who have been thus irrationally petted. One of the immediate penalties of the offence is the dislike with which spoiled children Are universally regarded. But there Are worse consequences than this. The Yum Ltd tyrant is too often developed into the Over euring youth and the overbearing youth into the unjust and hateful Man. Gentleness kindness and reasonable patience Are absolutely essential to the proper management of children. When sover Eity is no. Pessary is usually because some error of the past has been in Wibly overlooked or perhaps winked . In cases of this kind every blow that Falls upon the juvenile offender ought a strict propriety to be inflicted on the individual who failed to apply the mild remedy of remonstrance and persuasion in due season. Above All things treat the Little ones justly for their sense of injustice is keen and hitter a new name for tight hoots a Qoon crib. Them Wisdom in Council and valor in the Field defeat the malicious designs of on cruel adversaries con Viec them of the unrighteousness of their cause and if they still persist in their sanguinary purpose 0 let the voice of thy own unerring Justice sounding in their hearts constrain them to drop the weapons of War from their unnerved hands in the Day of Battle be thou present 0 god of Wisdom and direct the councils of this honorable Assembly enable them to Settle things on the Best and surest foundation that the scene of blood May be speedily dosed that order Harmony and peace May to effectually restored Aud truth and Justice religion mud piety prevail and flourish among thy people. Preserve the health of their bodies and the vigor of their minds Shower Down on them and the millions they Here represent Buch temporal blessings As thou Seest expedient for them in this world and Crown them with everlasting glory in the world to come. All this we Usk in the name and through the merits of Jesus Christ thy son our Savior amen.�?�. Smart Wisconsin is noted for its smart boys. The latest Story is told of a youth of six Summers who was taken to task by his ant for some supposed offence which to persistently denied a a now Johnnie a said she. A i know you Ore not toiling to tho truth i see in your pulling Down the lower lid of the Organ which had Well nigh betrayed her veracity Johnny exult ugly replied a a Yon can Tell anything about ant that Eye always was a Little streaked a a Young couple had been married by a Quaker and after the ceremony he remarked to the husband a a Friend thou Art now tho end of thy a a a few weeks after the Young Roan came to the Good minister boiling Over with rage its wife was a regular Vixen a i thought you told me that i was the end of my troubles a a a a solid Friend but i did not say or High end Quot and will display a few years later putting the lessons they Learned with their dolls to a More practical monthly _ a and tic Post office clerk. A Faith and have Yez a ver a letter fur me ver Honor a a what name a asked the urbane official. A Why is own name a course. Who a else a a what is your name a con tinned official still urbane. A a Faith and was me father s Afore me and would be Yit but he a gone dead a a confound you what do you Call yourself a loosing his temper. A Bedad a says firmly a i Call myself a gentleman and its a pity there Isnit a couple a us a a a stand Bank a commanded the official with dignity. A the divil Aback ill stand until i get me letter. A How can i give to Yon if Yon won Tell me who you Are you stupid thick beaded bog Trotter a a and is that what you re paid for abusing honest people that ask far their rites gig me the letter or be the whiskers of amp ate Kearney scat ill cast Hie vote agin Yon whim 1 git to you blundering Blockhead a broke in the now really angry clerk can to you Tell me How your letter is addressed a a a dressed How should be dressed barring a Sheet of paper like any other ? come hand no Avic a the Deuce take you wont Yon Tell me who you Ore a Quot a Faith in Mon irishman bred and Boru seed Breed and Gin ration. Me father was Cousin to one eyed Harvey Magra the process Sarver and me Mother belonged to the Mooney of Kilma Thomad. You re an ignorant Ouhl disciple and if you la Only creep out of yer Hole ill Welt yer hide like a new shoe. And Avye git any satisfaction out of memo name s not Barney a of that a your name is a said the satisfied official Beijing and shuffling a pile of letters. A there a your letter Earth eatixo.�? is Well know that in different parts of the world there Are people who eat Earth among them Are some of tho natives of Java who eat a red kind of Earth As a Lux my. This Earth which i is soft and smooth to touch has been Analysed by a German chemist who finds very Rich in Iron with a Small Quantity of pot Asba and soda. Some tribes but Earth to stay the pangs of hunger by filling their stomachs and because times they can get nothing better but the people in Java eat their Earth baked a thin cakes As an agreeable variety in their general diet the cakes when slightly moistened Are Rich an unctuous and the enjoyment in eating is supposed to consist in the Gehsa Tion produced by a fatty substance. is a carious fact is history of Hunt vhf a of 6track by bating How feels a voice ecos the Shadow of death. The Chicago Tribune bos tho following from Rochelle 111 of the evening of the tenth Day of july 1870,1 wa3 struck by lightning under the following circumstances i i am a Farmer and had Gono to tho pasture three fourth of a Milo from the Baas on horseback to drive Home some cows. A heavy Shower bad just fallen accompanied by much lightning and Load Thunder and a Little ruin was still falling we would say waa while Riding through tho Field i discovered a Small Cluster of cock a burrs a noxious Weed that infests Many farni3 in this Section of the country. Tho cattle were feeding near me. I dismounted and held the horse with one band and proceeded to pull up the burrs with tho other. While stooping to pull the last one my hand grasped close to the Root the horse standing with lib head partly Over my stooping body a Flash of light5inq struck the horse entering his head in and behind his left car. Tearing two holes in the skin behind the ear and though he was wet with the rain the hair was singed from Bis head neck and shoulders and one front leg to the ground to of coarse was instantly killed. A Small portion of the electric fluid truck me on the right Temple singing the lashes of the right Eye and slightly burning or scalding the face rendering me unconscious for Little time. The following were the sensations and Phenomena As 1 observed and a Mem a her them first i Felt myself enveloped in a Sheet of perfectly White Light accompanied by a sense of suffocation by heat. The Light could be seen As Well through the Back of the head of with the eyes and appeared to Cut Ovid several feet on All sides of me then i experienced a sense of danger and tried to escape injury from my horse. Then followed a troubled dream in which i was hauling a Load of Hay in company with another person Ana in spite of All the Effort i could make to avoid the Load of Hay was about to full on me. When in the dream i made a last desperate Effort to Spring from under the Hay i found myself standing on my feet. The first thing i observed was that the cattle in fright were roping from me and next that a stood in front of the prostrate horse. Instantly i comprehended situation and listened to hear the Thunder that should have accompanied the lightning but no Thunder could be heard. I Felt no pain and no sensation except a mental exultation which lasted but a few seconds. first i thought the lightning had struck near me and Bud slightly stunned the horse and myself i Hen i observed the water of every hair Aud the moisture in the eyes nostrils and j Mouth of the horse to he boiling having the appearance and making a noise like Fine drops of water on a hot Iron which continued for several seconds. This was a phenomenon i never heard of probably because a person near enough to see is most always rendered unconscious too Long to make the observation. Judging from the distance the cattle had run 1 was unconscious less than six seconds. Finding that the horse did Nat breathe i proceeded to pull off the Saddle and bridle and then i Felt a severe pain in my head which continued for seve Iol hours followed by soreness which seemed to a in the substance of the brain with an inclination to inflammation but the end of a week no effects of tho ii Gning were around the world in of in these modern Days any one May so Cess fully rival Captain Cook and without much trouble or any great outlay of tim or Money. Taking Liverpool As his atari ing Point his route will be As Fol foot front Liverpool to new York in Nin Days,.8,000 Miles new York to cubic am thirty hours 890 Miles Chicago to a Francisco five Days five Bones 2,440 Miles san Francisco to Yokohama Twenty Day 4,700 Miles Yokohama to Hong non 6 Days 1,600 Miles Hong Kong to Cai Cutta fourteen Days 3,500 Miles Culcol to to Bombay by Calcutta and norther India Railroad to Days 1,200 Miles Cario to Alexandria by sues canal Fly hours 100 Miles Alexandria to Manet Lea six Days 1,800 Miles to Calais b rail thirty two hours 613 Miles Calai to Liverpool eleven hours 310 Miles making a total distance of �,765 Miles traversed in seventy seven Days and tei hours. This has steam reduced a peril on Aud Uncertain journey of years. What girls should drink. Or. Dio Lewis in his Book a Monr Giris save i am astonished that a Young Woinar who to ambitions of a Elear Fine eau should drink Tea. Tiaa great enemy fair complexion. A Bonos Tea drink ing becomes a Regter habit the Eyo c the discriminating observer detects ii the skip. compromises the Complex ion probably by de ranging the Miyei weak Tea or Coffee May he ubed occasionally in moderate Quantity without harm Aud those who live much to the open ail and Are occupied with Bard work a drink either in considerable Nan Titei without noticeable in Jim but i advise al Young women who would preserve a soil Clear skin and quiet nerves to avoid a drink but cold water. is an exc Ellen practice to drink Ono or two glasses c cold water on lying Down night an on rising in the morning. If you hav Good Teeth and can help tho food inf your8tomach without using any fluid except the saliva will in the Long Rui contrib to much to Yong health a a a in Robeen thinking Quot said Little Frob a about this Here women suffrage Carinea s�?Tpo8�ng,&Quot said be a a that a now Oliv Logan for instance should be mad president of this great and glorious country bequeathed to us by Noble sire and All that shed be president Logra she a we bowed. A Well nos so poring she was to Many say a Vita to the name of of Perkins for instant would a be president Logan or Brad

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