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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - September 6, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaE. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday september 6, 1871. Volume xxviii number 36. _. a it ��5iuc?� cards. Do. W. W. Gniotek Dow nor. Booms at . Next door East of the Kenalll Coq printing of flan. Office from 9 a. X. To 4x. Montrose maj 8,1871�?t� Loebau Bebe not hot hot Charier Morris la the Barber who Cao share Jimr face to order Cuta Brown Black and Gri Zjr new hair a Fulce Jast of stairs. There Yoa flu and him Orer fare s store below Mcke Neleen Jort one door. Montrose Jane 7, is71.-h� c. Morris. J. B. Amp a. N. Mccollum Arron Krvin at Law office Orer the Bank Montrose i a. Montrose maj 10, 1s71. If dil d. A. Lathrop Jias opened an office at the foot of be stunt Street near the Catholic Church where he can be consulted at All. Times. Montrose april 28,1s7l la Cross Fox amp Baldwin attorneys at Over the store of we. J. Mainord oops bloc Arenac Montrose a. W. A. Cost los. B. L. Baldwin. Montrose March 1,1s71. Of. A d. Tail aim snit to. Ital Perm mently located him Seirin ., where he trill promptly attend to All Calls in his profession with which he May be for Ord. Office and residence West of the court House near Fitch a Watson s office. Montrose. February 8.1871. Law office fat ii a Watson attorneys at Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch. Montrose. A. U 9. A pc. Jan. Ii 71. W. W. Watson. Chirles x. Stoddard a dealer in Booty and shoes Flats and Caps. Leather and findings main St feel 1st door below Boyd s store. Work made to order and repairing done neatly. Moan Trose Jan. 1,1870. \ Littles a Blakeslee attorneys and counsellor at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by b. B. A o. P. Little on main Street. Montrose a. A april20. A. A. It tax. Q0. P. A tilt. A i blake3uex. B Mckay at. C. C. Fax Bot w. H. Mccain. Crenzie Favrot amp co. Dealer in dry goods. Clothing ladies and misses Fine shoes. Also agents for the a cat american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose pa.,. 1,70. Lewis Knoll shaving and hair dressing. Shop it. The new Toston Floc build ups. Where he will be found ready to attend All who lava want anything in his Tine. Montrose a. Oct. 18, 1869. O. N. Hawley dealer in dry goods. Groceries crockery hardware. Hats. Caps . Ready made nothing. Paints oils Etc. New Milford. A. Sept. 8, c9. Or. A. W. Dayton pm Tolan amp surgeon tender his senders the the citizens of great Bend and Vicinity office at his residence opposite Barnum Hoose get. Bend Village. Sept. 1st, 1869.�?tf a. O. Warren Torney at Law. Booty Bach . Pension Rod Kyrm on claims attended to. Office floor below Boyd s store . An. 1, 69 31. C. Sutton auctioneer and insurance agent. And 69if Arlen Darylle a. C. I Gilbert 7. S. Auto loner Angl 69tf great. Bend a. A 711 Ely 7. S. Auto Lonoff. Off. 1, 1869. Address Brooklyn a. A John Groves 9111 on Able tailor Montrose a shop Over handler s store. A orders filled in first rat style Guttins done on Short warranted to fit. W. W. S5�itii, u2, by and chair . R a Ato it fat Hon Triec a. U18g9. Ii. Big Britt Alern St ple mid fancy dry Good., cracked it Rdv re. Iron stove. Do a a. Oil., nod fatal shoe., hat a Capa. For., Boffalo Bob. , c�c., new Milford do. B. P. H1ses, la. Permanently located at the por pave Medicine and Attr Gery in aii ii Broncho. He maj be lond at tho Jackson . Office boors from 8 a. M., to 8. P. Friendsville pa., Ang 1. 1869. A troed amp brow i and life insurance agents. A does a attended a promptly m or Teroz. Tobee to door North old front Rosa hotel Leo Bilca Kenne Montrose a. . Jenoa smote. A Centka l. In Eton. Flu. D. Nesb it Ontott at Law Montrose a. Off Ca oppo Ilta tha Tarbell hone near the Coart Una a. Teg. 1. 1�%�?� elicit tit thelit id drags Patent medicines chemical a Ivaora. Pelma Otic dec staff. Varna Cha win a Ila a grower la Glaza Ware Wall and window . Store War lamps kerosene machinery Olla , in no ammunition. Knives. Spectacles trashes. Fancy goods jewelry Pirfo re. inn Kone of the most name Rona be Tensive and valuable collections of goods in Subi Zahed in ims. Montrose. A. A. W. Seared Olinet at Law office Over the store of a. Lthrop. In the Bitch Bjork. Montrose. A. A lbt do. W. L. Rho Iario sos b1cian amp surgeon tenders his profess Lona vices to the citizens of Montroso end ice at Hia residence on the Corner East of Sayre of. Ang. It >8c0. Or. E. L. Gardner s1clan and surgeon Montrose pm. Gire rectal attention to disease of the heart and nos and All surgical diseases. Off los Over w. B. boards at Searles hotel. Ang. L 18b9. Burns amp Nichols lers a in drugs pcs incs chemicals Dye its. Paints oils varnish la doors up Tea. Face ties. Patent medicines perfumery a he Tou Etar in a or prescription Caro rally Blit Avenue Abote Beartel hotel. B. A Coxa axes Nicasia. A. 1.1b69, or e. L. Handpick Simian a surgeon respectfully tenders i ifs clonal services to the citizen of Frehd Sivilie 1 Vicinity. Of office Ixl he office of or. ids at j. Mford s. Aug. 1,1869. Stunt Brothers 11 8craston, a. Wholesale it etau dealer in hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware miss bail balls Oak a min Iso supplies. Carriage up big amp axles bke/a8 Asi it boxes bolts nut Sand washers plated Rands. Malleable Deoss Bubs spokes Felloes. Seat spindles bows it. A via a. Vices stocks and Dies Job amp Lowb Anvar hammers it sledges. Files a. A. ? b and Mill 8aw8, belting. Packing a Nile blocks plaster Paris to. Ent. Hair a Grindstone. To swim �t��t>0 w findings Genc tii. Amp i Bahk a Scales. Oration. March l1s68. If ipr0ve�o Hibbard Rohe or a a Rwjr Weed and Doni wheel. It Premium i . . Job Intond end Virgin a state bh�1 a Quot ,. I of the machine effectually a scaring it from get Perst lab Nan he changed it tatty Tram a High done third lower without mop. Thus adapt Uto a pm acre and Tot a our own glow St Jolt Clase. Side e in the worm Ana Yoa can ugly Dur tale lev cry Gurt scour. 6atee Bros. Our Floc Sidt a easy chair is there any place beside where such pleasant cheer we share where the hours so gently Glide ? though but Humble be the fare that want a daily toils provide. Dainty s cup can Neer compare with the Joy that sparkles there by our own fire Side. Would you meet with genuine mirth where she comes a willing guest ? a tis the quiet social Hearth Well i wot she Loveth Best where the Little ones at play prattle by the or Mother s Side elder mildly Gay laugh and sing the hour away by to Weir own fire Side. An honest Man though poor. Yet May feel an honest Pride while he tells his troubles o or where his heart hath nought to hide. He who Falls from High estate no great grievance hath to bide if he calmly meets his late where Content Aud quiet wait by the rustic fire Side. They who love of till to die who through troubles have been tried who will watch the closing Eye when ail grows cold besides where shall friends like these be found scorch we Earth and Ocean wide ? where on All this weary round save that hallowed spot of ground called our own fire Side ? in my chimneys Cazy Nook thus i club it my rustic Lay a Neath the rafters Brown with smoke Curling up tor Many a Day. Wealth May boast his splendid Hall pomp and luxury and Pride. Sculptured roof and pictured Wall there a no Comfort in them All like my own firc Side. Only a word z a frivolous word a Sharp retort a parting in angry haste the Sun that Rose on a Bower of Bliss the Loving look and the tender kiss plus set on a Barren waste where pilgrims tread with weary feet paths destined never More to meet. A frivolous word a Sharp retort a moment a hat blots out years two lives Are wrecked on a Stormy Shore where billow s of passion surge and Roar to break in a Spray of tears tears shed to Blind the severed pair Drifting Seaward and drowning there. A frivolous word a Sharp retort a flask 1mm a missing Cloud two hearts Are swathed to their inmost Core. Arc ashes and dust for evermore. Two faces turn to the a ipod masked by a tide with a life Long lie to hide the scars of that agony a frivolous word a Sharp retort an Arrow at random sped it has Cut in Twain the Mystic tie that had bound two souls in Harmony Sweet love lies bleeding or dead. A poisoned Shaft with scarce on aim has done a mischief sad As Bhame. A frivolous word a Sharp retort Alxa 1 for the loves and lives so Little a cause has rent apart tearing the fondest heart from heart As a whirlwind rends and Rives never to reunite again but live and die in secret pain. A frivolous word ood Sharp retort alas that it should be sol the petulant speech the careless Tongue have wrought More evil and done nor wrong have brought to tho world More woo than All the armies age to age record on Hist Rye a blood stained Page. Pm Anlouis. Core for drunk Nneka. The late Earle of Pembroke who Hod Many Good qualities but always persisted inflexibly in his own opinion which of Well As his conduct was often very singular thought of an expedient to prevent the exhortations and import unities of those about him. This was to feign himself deaf and under the pretence of hearing very imperfectly he would always form his answer not by what was really said to him but by what he desired to have said. Among other servants was one who had lived with him Hgt a a child and served him with great Fidelity and a Flection till at length he became his Coachman. This Man by degrees got a habit of drinking for which his lady often desired that he might to dismissed. My lord always answered a yes indeed John is an excellent servant a a a i say a replied the lady a that he a continually drunk and desire that he May be troed a a Aye a a said his lordship a the has lived with is from a child Aud As you say a trifle of wages should not part John however one evening us he was driving from Kensington overturned his lady in Hyde Park site was not much Hurt but when she came Home she began to rattle the Earl. A a Here a says she a is that boast John so drunk that he can scarce stand he has overturned the coach and if he is not discharged May break our a Aye a says my lord a is poor John sick ? alas i am very sorry for him.�?�. A a i am complaining a says my lady a that he is drunk and has Overtu med a a ave a answered his lordship a to lie sure he has behaved very Well and shall have proper my lady finding it hopeless to remonstrate went away in a pet and qty lord having ordered John into his presence addressed him very coolly in these words a John you know i have a regard for you and us Long As Yon behave Well you shall be taken care of in my family my lady tells me you Are take ill and indeed i see that Yon can hardly stand go to bed and i will see that you have proper John being this dismissed was taken to bed where by Hia lordships order a Large Blister was put upon his head another Between Liis shoulders and sixteen ounces of blood drawn from his Arm. John found himself next morning in a woeful plight and was soon acquainted with the whole process and the reasons upon which it was commenced. He had no remedy however but to submit for he would rather have incurred us Many More blisters than lose his place. My lord sent very formally twice a Day to know How he Una Jarl i i of it Nelv a a Grut Latcu my lady upon John s recovery 23 a otoy. By a Raibe cart. Lira the morning half in Shadow ran along the Hill and Meadow and with milk White Finger parted Crimson roses Golden hearted opening Over ruins hoary every purple morning glory and on shaking from the Bushes singing larks and pleasant thrushes that a the time our Little baby buoyed foam Porod Lse to May be came with eyes like heaven above her of we could not choose but Tove her 1 not enough of Earth for sinning always gentle always winning never needing our reproving Ever Lively Ever Loving starry eyes and Sunset tresses White arms made for Light caresses lips that knew no word of doubting often kissing never pouting Beauty even fat completeness Oyer fun of childish sweetness that a the Way oar Little baby. Far to pure for Earth. It May be seemed to us who White about her deemed we could not do without her. When the morning half in Shadow ran along the Hill and Meadow and with milk White fingers parted Crimson roses Golden hearted open Over Nivins hoary every purple morning glory and on shaking from the Bushes singing Kirks and pleasant Thresher that s the time oar Little baby pining Here for heaven it May be turning from our bitter weeping closed her eyes As when far sleeping and her White hands on her Besom folded like a summer Blossom. Now the litter she doth lie on. Strewed with roses Bear to Zion 60, of past a pleasant Meadow through the Valley of the Shadow take her softly holy Angels past do rank of gods Evangels past the saints us martyrs holy to the Earth born Meek and lowly we would have Oor Pragman Blossom a bosom the Art or employing time. Adam Smith has shown beyond All possibility of Cavil that a great Many More pins can be made if tho process is divided among eighteen trades than if each Workman is obliged to make every pin from beginning to end himself. So too a naturalist who spends year after year in the observation of red ants will be Likely to least far More of their nature Aud habits than could Ever be known without making them the object of special study. There is a Story told of a Learned German professor who had Given his whole life to the study of the greek article and who on his deathbed warned Bis son to learn from his example and not to fritter away his time in trying to master too extensive a subject for he himself had failed in that Way whereas to might have accomplished something if he had confined his labors to the Dative now it is no mean thing to accomplish something and there is a deep Delight in knowing that a thing done has been done Well perhaps one is happier if by dint of patient grubbing for a lifetime he finally gets to the Bottom of one thing than he would he if like a Swallow skimming Over a thousand Meadows he had been merely sipping the manifold sweets of nature even though to should have sipped of them All we would not speak too positively on this Point for it is so easy to to but in so far As we May speak we will declare our conviction that there is a higher Ideal than exclusive Devotion Toa single end and that More happiness Aud the Best social results Are attainable by an Harmou ions development of All our faculties intellectual moral and most Hettie. We believe that a state of society is desirable and we Hope it is attainable in which even a Pointer of pins or the lowliest of workers will in addition to his routine of work for we do not expect or desire to see division of labor discarded find both time and inclination to extend his thought Over other Fields. We feel that no Man should if he can help it allow it self to be so absorbed in a single Pursuit As to find no pleasure elsewhere and thus Dwarf the greater part of his nature. There is a Joy in work it is True if work be performed with heart and strength but there Are a Enumerable other Joys of nature which present themselves at unexpected moments in unexpected ways Aud must be grasped at once or they Are gone Aud review. The festival of jute Bernant. Before closing my letter i should like to give you a few notes of a critical visit which t paid this week to the great god juggernaut of the occasion of the drawing of his car to the Temple of his Good Friend and annual gossip . Children had their merry to rounds grown no people their a a cheap jacks in Diani Zed Little groups of friends squatted together after the manner in Hyde Park after a review or at Epsom before the event of the Day Only hero the food was merely parched Rice with a few sweetmeats and the drink water. If i had to gauge Hindoo morality by the festival of juggernaut i would have rated it very much higher than Many of our missionaries do. Of course there is the god always ugly ail utter absence of worship Ana an abundance of amusement Only will you believe it a with readings from the great poem of Val Miki nearly always forming one of the chief features of the fun. Fancy Milton read As a part of the fun of an English fair i scarcely Ever saw a Hindoo turn round in tho Street to look after a woman native or fictitious colouring that i think i May give you this Little sketch As an illustration of a real fact in connection with one of the oldest of Hindoo institutions and with tho morality of the Hindoos. I went As a critic purely prepared if anything to be disgusted. I saw almost the exact counterpart of an English Lair with the exception of an entire absence of drinking Boot is and a a people in the drawing of the car is a Mere matter of half an hour when tho roads Are hard the Mela or Fatir wifi last All the week at the end of which the god will return to his habitation the. Well i did not Seo a semblance of immorality. The Road was lined with huts for two Miles i referred to a preliminary proceeding of a festival a week ago and it was crowded with people. The great curse of tho nation to caste if that were broken and woman placed on a right footing As tho equal of men i should not to surprised if the Hindoos sent Over missionaries to England to convince us that they Are More moral than Cor. A a Ondy a u times. The Bobber whom he directed to be fed Only with Kulu a water Gruel and to have 110 company but i a a a Quot a tit. Hundred dollars a Thon an old nurse. In about a week John j Way Taitl i Brin it with to and it Oving constantly sent word that to was a a. Well my lord thought fit to understand the messenger and said a the was extremely glad to hear the fever had left him a and desired to see him. When John came in a a we cell John a said he a i Hope this boat is a a a my lord a says John a i humbly ask your lordships Pardon and i Promise never to commit tho same fault a a Aye Aye a says my lord a you say right nobody can prevent sickness and �1 you should be sick again John i shall see to it though perhaps you would not complain and Promise Yon that you shall always have the same advice and the same attendance that you have had a a god bless your lordship a says John a i Hope there will be no a so do i too Bays his lordship a a but As Long As you do your duty to me i will do mine to you never John then withdrew Aud so dreaded the discipline he had in flared that he was never known to be drunk afterwards. Spiritualism explained. A writer in a a once a week makes the following ingenious attempt to account for so called a a spiritualistic manifestations As the result of Ordinary physical Canses the phenomenon attributed to spiritual Agency Are generally considered either Mere tricks of legerdemain or imaginary delusions which Are unworthy of the consideration of any serious thinker or mau of science. The writer would beg leave to observe that he has Good reasons for thinking that the so called spiritual Phenomena Are veritable facts produced by natural Canses which Are but very imperfectly understood. Many diligent investigators of spiritual Phenomena have been Lead to think that they Are produced by some powerful natural agent distinct from electricity or magnetism although somewhat Allied to these forces. This powerful natural agent has been called the a a idyllic it is probably a Peculiar manifestation of electro Mogu Etic Force. Now every human being is in himself a kind of elect no Battery. The differ in t Metal and acids in the body compose this Battery. The mind or the will is the instrument which directs the Force generated by the metals and acids. If the metals and the acids in the body be of a Superior kind and arranged in one degree and the mind be of a High order the Man is capable of sending a message to the remotest part of the Earth and May be sure of receiving Back the answer by the counter current this i opine is the Troe philosophy of spiritual ism. The dry rogue. A gentleman siting in one of the boxes at the theatre in company with a prominent congressman not knowing who he was entered into conversation with him and seeing two into an opposite Box he turned Rohim Aud addressed him with a Spray sir can Yon inform me who is that ugly old Jade that is just come in a a ooh replied the congressman with great Good humor a that is my wife a a sir 1 ask Yon ten thousand pardons i do not mean her i mean that shocking monster who came in with a that a he replied a is my the lesson this severely taught was not Likely to be soon forgotten. A a the wearied animal can proceed no further a said a doctor As he stopped his horse at tho turn pick my. He entered the bar room inwardly cursing the roads which prevented his reaching Salem before night and seated himself by a blazing fire. Goon in were his meditations which foot my ii who i Fofe it tho. Turbed imagination pictures of fierce lit to proceed alone hut perhaps they May not he robbers perhaps they May not overtake me at any rate i will after an inspiring draught the journey is recommenced Aud trembling by alive is the doctor to each Little noise. A a robber and with the deadly weapon aimed at that head which had so often directed the councils of the common wealth. And shall a life so precious to the nation lie sacrificed for a Little self no. A take my Money but spare my life a exclaims the son of Galen and cast his pocket Book at the ruffians feet he Waits not for reply but applies the lash to the jaded Steed. A Speed thee Roz Nante and Bear thy master far beyond the reach of the Welcome Glare of Light soon flashes on the doctors eyes. Assistance is procured and a full Pursuit of the robber is commenced. They reach the scene of villainy and Mons rum Horren Dum the Terric Bandit still maintained his Post the weapon of death still extended and the robber had not yet stopped to raise the Booty which Lay at his feet., a pump with the handle Frozen in a horizontal position was found to have been mistaken by the Sapient doctor for a murderous highwayman preponderance of Yout i la a stale prison. Writing of the Iowa Penitentiary a correspondent says men of Fine ability of Manly character Are easily discerned Here is elsewhere. The visitor is amazed at the preponderance of Yonng men not of Good parentage but More commonly of that class who have Given free scope to their passions for Strong drink and its associations arc necessarily and inevitably dad Irons. Men of professional skill in burglary gambling and ill by no congregate at the Dens of Strong drink Ana by their artful graces win Yonus men boys to join in their Hilari ties and then adroitly invite them into their Little games. By this identical Means forty five Young men out of sixty in the Penitentiary of Iowa assured me they had been led into the crimes for which they were incarcerated. In the Reform school Are several children from Dine to twelve years of age who were instruments in the hands of expert criminals for the commission of High crimes. Their first lessons a Are usually Learned in the schools of vice open to free Access in almost every Community. Their parents if living Are either drunkards or regardless of the consequences of drinking associations. I took an impartial record of 2g0 convicts in relations to their habits of drinking liquors. Of them 219 had been drinking men 109 attributed their incarceration to the use of liquors 21 Only had been total abstinence map these were wholly of that class who Are imprisoned for lighter crimes and Short terms. A foreigner who Beard of tho Yankee propensity for bragging thought he would beat the natives at their own game. Seeing some very Large watermelons on Market woman a stand he exclaimed a what done to Yon raise larger apples than these in America a the Mck witted woman immediately replied a anybody might know you re a foreigner them currants v will Webster of one of our Inland towns sold As Good a cup of ale As Ever mantled in a Beer Gluss. Lie was a bread Baker and As is common Iiri he country he also sold bread and it it was As usual for working people to Call for a Penny loaf As a Penny Worth of ale at his House. A Man one Day came for six Penny loaves. Webster served him As he sat in tho drinking room and after they had been delivered to him said a master Webster take one of your loaves Back. Ill have but five and bring me a Penny Worth of ale that will make t v. Uii tax. Amt. J j vul anew it the ale was brought to him and he gave a loaf for it drank it and called for another and another and another until lie had exchanged the six loaves for six Penny Worth of ale then rising no said a a Mary must do with Brown bread which i believe will be quite of Good for health a and was deliberately marching off when the landlord desired to be paid. A a paid 1 for what a said the fellow. A a for my bread a answered tho landlord. A a your bread have you not had it again a a a Why then me for tho ale a said the publican. A a i gave you bread for it a answered the defendant. A a that a True a replied Boniface a yet somehow i think in a cheated but if you Ever bother me so again Call me cat that Sall you shall always for everything As i bring it Law query. Upon what can the landlord bring his action ? tile pestilence Fly in can ado. Following on the Colorado Beetle the next infliction to note in the order of insect life is the appearance of the a pestilence the arrival of this insect which is rarely or never seen in Ordinary years is believed to be the forerunner of pestilence and it is said that it was last noticed in great numbers in this latitude previous to the breaking onto the cholera m 1854. The insect specimens of which have been exhibited to us by a citizen who credits the supposition above cited is Little less in size than the common housefly. It is Jet Black on the Back and wings the latter being round and Short. The belly and under Side of the wings Are striped with Vellow while the legs Are yellow tipped with Black near the feet. It is certainly an Odd looking insect and one which we do not remember having seen before. It a a found mingling with the common flies and As it is represented to he quite common at present those who Are curious to examine the new Comer will have Little Dilli culty in capturing specimens. As regards tho supposition or of Beriso theory that the appearance of this Fly is an indicative of a pestilential season we Are not prepared to express an opinion. At All events we shall give Way to no alarming apprehensions until to have some Assurance from the flies themselves on the c. If., Spectator. As extraordinary London watchmaker has constructed a Gold Hunting watch in addition to being a timekeeper of the utmost precision with chronometer adjustments compensation balance and cylindrical in nags exhibits on the dial plate the following different indications a first the equation of the time second the Moons age third the months of the year fourth the Day of the month in addition to the hours minutes and seconds As an Ordinary watch. The mechanism is so contrived that any one or the whole of the hands May be set Forward or backward at pleasure without de ranging the rest. Ever moment of this mechanical Marvel is Laid Down in the strictest proportion and based upon calculations of an absolutely scientific character and the whole is within the con pass of a pocket timekeeper. A fathers protest against lighting. A a yes in be had a Good Many fights in my time a said old John Parkey tenderly manipulating Bis dismantled nose and its kind of queer too for when i was a boy the old Man was always telling me better. He was a Good than and hated fighting. When i Wald come Homo with my nose bleeding or with my face scratched no he used to Call to out into the woodshed and in a sorrowful Aud discoursed Way say a so to Huey you be had another fight hey ? How Luuy times Havo i got to Tell Yon How disgraceful Aud wicked it is for boys to fight ? it was Only yesterday that i talked to you an hour about the sin of fighting and Here you be been at it again. Who was it with this time ? with Tommy Kelloy hey ? done to you know any better than to fight a boy that weighs Twenty Vonnda More than you do besides being two years older ainu to you got a spark of common Benso about be ? i can Bee plainly that Yon Are determined to break your poor fathers heart by your reckless conduct. What ails your Finger Tommy bit it drat the Little fool did no Tye know enough to keep your Finger out of his Mouth ? was trying to Jerk Hia Cheek off hey a put Tye never learn to quit fooling around a Hoys month with your fingers ? you re bound to disgrace is All by such wretched behaviour. You re determined never to to nobody. Did you Ever hear of Isaac Watts a that wrote a let dogs Delight to bark and bite a sticking his fingers in a boys Mouth to get Mem bit like a fool ? i m clean discouraged with be. Why Didus Tye go for his nose tho Way Jonathan Edwards and George Washington Aud Daniel Webster used to do when they were boys ? could it cause lie had be Down that a a purty Story to Teli me. It docs beat All that you can to learn How Socrates and William Penn used to Gongo when they were under after the hours Aud hours in be spent in Illing you about Liose great men it seems to me sometimes As if i should have to Giro you up in despair. Its an awful trial to me to have a boy that done to any attention to Good example nor to what Isay. What you pulled ont two or three handfuls of his hair him 1 did he squirm any a now if you a a give him Oue or two in the Eye but As in be told be Many a time lighting is poor business. Wont you for your father s Sake wont you Promise to try Aud remember that ? Llam f Johnny How did it ahem which licked yet a licked him si10 really Well now i Hadnot any idea Yon could lick that Tommy Kelley i done to believe John Banyan at ten years old could have done it. Johnny my Hoy you cont think How i hate to have Yon fighting every Day or two. I have had him lick Yon for five no not for teu dollars now Sonny go right in and Wash no and teu your Mother to put a rag on your Finger. And Johnny done to let Nie hear of your fight do again. I never see anybody so �5 i. Nie urn Man was hot somehow he never could break me from it a Mark Twain. Familiar quotation inn enl Unellar sources. A a Christmas comes but onco 0 Thomas Tusker. A a its an ill wind that blows nobody Tusker. A a look before you . A a bid the Deril take the Hud bras. A a necessity the tyrants . A a peace hath her Quot . A a the old Man eloquent a Hilton. A a on the Light fantastic . A a the Devil May cite scripture for his . A a assume a virtue though you Haro it not a Hamlet. A Brevity is tho soul of with a Hamlet a a one touch of nature makes the whole world and Cressida. A ask me know in cations and ill Tell Yon no . A a Winter lingering chills the Lap of . A a of two evils i Hove chosen the least a prior. A a Hope the dream of a waking a a music hns charms to sooth o Savago breast a cot Igrec. A a Earth has no rage Liko Lovo to hatred . Let who May make tho Laws of a peo file allow to to write their Bau Adb and �?T11 guide them at my Philip Sidney. A a no pent no Utica contracts your Powers but the whole boundless continent is Mic growth of the. Northwest if As tho scientific explorers Tell us the arid Plains of tho ear West. Ars. Beyond the reach of development the comparatively old settlements of the Northwest furnish a sufficient of amp rapid development of Minnesota for example illustrates the capacity of that state Anil shows How tho of Railroad Libes stimulates an Active and healthy growth. Daring the past two or three years the towns on the. Lino of the Chicago and Northwestern and tho Milwaukee St. Paul and Minneapolis railroads Havo expanded , until they Are now the centres of a thriving Trade and surrounded by Nell tilled agricultural districts. Tho Rich farming lauds of tho Northern part of the state Oro yielding abundant crops and better methods of culture Are coming into Nso. In Minn Tiou is also Active. A correspondent writes that the roads Aro covered with hundreds of Canvas covered wagons bearing families Aud household effects Aud followed by cattle and other Stock coming from Wisconsin and from Central and Southern Minnesota. This tide tends chiefly toward the red River and Otter Tail Region where productive lauds Aro still cheap mid where Thrifty settlers will press Nuy create prosperous villages aha towns. Tho Lake ports Are crowded with foreign immigrants who Wir become landholders and citizens arid the May us factoring interests of the cities Are beginning to develop under tho , skilled labor and capital. Similar improvement Aro also notable in the Ohio Valley where the Coal mines and other new industries Promise excellent returns and Railroad projects on a Large scale Are among the great enterprises of tho Day. The Extension of Railroad lines is the chief Stimon laut of All this Prosperity. New routes to Good markets inevitably creating new centres of Trade build no prosperous communities and this fact the Neon to of flip tyi<1 nmi�o3 t6t Flor soul by. They readily find All the capital required to push a new line into the heart of a Rich country and the Energy ensures the Success of any reasonably attractive Enterprise. A great going on in the Northwest of which to have seen Only the beginning. Bismark. A a writer in tho prussian year Book relates some incidents in the life of Bismarck among which we find this relating to his visits to the austrian envoy count Thun we file Bismarck was prussian envoy at Ortink fort a at that time it was the in Stomoff austrian Diplomatist to treat their prussian colleagues very a a id count Thun received Bismarck in his shirt sleeves. A Quito right a observed tho latter gravely Palling off his coat a it is very hot in your the austrian Madon truck at this unexpected Leason immediately jumped up seized Bis coat and confounded himself in excuses. Thenceforward tho a is Trian Lepro Seuta yours. Sewall Tive though the relations Between the two govern meets continued to be anything at cordial showed the greatest respect for Bismarck and the prestige of Prussia Rose considerably with tho band. Meanwhile tho austrian court still look Down on Itsos Piring rival is a Venn and took every Opportunity of showing its dislike. Once an austrian Archduke came to Frankfort and reviewed the troops. Tho prussian envoy was present on this Occa Siou wearing As usual the uniform of a�?T7 lieutenant of tho Landwehr on which were several decorations. The Arch Dutto perceiving Bismarck Rode no to him and asked with an ironical1 smile a sex cts me your excellency did you get All these decorations before the enemy yes your Imperial highness was tho prompt Here in Frankfort advantages of crying. A nit secret died Willimm. A Saratoga correspondent writes thus a a a paper lies before me announcing the death of a once eminent Clergyman. He died in an Obs Enre Village in Canada. He was settled in the City of new York. His society Worrich urge and fashionable. He Rode on tho wave of popular favor. Crowds attended his ministry and his was Large. In the height of his popularity a letter was received by Thor principal Warden of the Church late one saturday night announcing Bis resignation and saying that he had sailed for Europe that Day. No reason was assigned and the Parish were in a state of great excitement. After a time tho pastor Carno Back. His reasons for his coarse were stranger than his conduct. The principal one was that he was subject to Black mail and he could endure it no longer. He was soon settled in an adjoining City Over an important charge. His popularity was renewed. But soon he left went to can ado took the place of an assistant minister in a Small charge and the cite. Bodied. His secret died with him Quot a a professor in a certain College had taken Bis class ont on a pleasant afternoon to exercise them in practical surveying. The next morning they were to to examined Oil the same. The first Man was called no a How would you a to a work to Survey allot of land a deep thinking but no answer a if a Man should come to Vou and get you to Survey a lot of land what would you do a a i think a said the student thong fully a i should Tell him he had better get somebody a French physician publishes a Long dissertation of Ine advantages of crying and groaning in general and especially during surgical operations. It he contends that groaning Anu crying Are two grand operations by which nature allays anguish that those patients who girl Way to their natural feelings More speedily a cover from accidents and operations than those who suppose it unworthy a Man to betray Sueh 8ymtoms of cowardice As either to to groan or cry. Lie tells of a Man who reduced Bis pulse from one Hundred and Twenty eix to sixty in the course of a few Honra, giving full vent to his emotions if to Plo Are at All unhappy about anything let them go into their rooms and Comfort themselves with a loud boo Hoo and they we la feel a Hundred per cent bettor afterwards. What is natural is nearly always no Elul and nothing con to More natural than the crying of children when anything occurs to give them either physical or mental Ahly most persons have experienced the effect in relieving great Sor Row. It is oven curious How the face Tina arc allayed by their free indulgence m groans and sighs. Then lot parents and friends show More indulgence to noisy hurts of grief on tho part of children As Welt of of older persons and regard the eyes and the Mouth As the safety valves through which nature discharges a her surplus steam. A it a 1 a a Rural youth about eighteen Somme a invested in a banana in the care Fin monday. He carefully Reth oved the Peel and put on the seat by his Side Thon lie broke tho fruit no in Small bits eyeing it anxiously of he did so. When this was done he picked no the Pec took it in if Lap Aud finally threw the pieces out of the window remarking As no did so a a that a the Fostof them prize packages 1 Ever bought and if the last you bet Quot a if you wish Success in life make perseverance your bosom Friend experience your wide counsellor caution a a or elder brother and Hope your Guan an a a a a How do you manage Roget along in Faria without knowing tho rend language a inquired a gentleman of my shoddy. A ooh we had an intr Ruyter with us a complacently replied the old lady

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