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M'Kean County Miner, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1872, Smethport, PennsylvaniaIuka a Barboul. In. Or Over was. I a. Or 111 Jill. A to jul or nor of wit mad in brwa.1 Thlu font with . Outer Unnur .i4o of 111. Ii or. Ii in tar Tim. Work la work Witk us Raur a Ixl k. U Matraj won k. How us. In. i i. I. Inn nun. On the ii. To Muo. Vul . It or ural Urlock kor to. i know. W in Uch kudu no lord a m Ikon i k of us Ami. Lolk 1wi wms b Mil met thu ill us n.1. In. Rim of tort to my if or not to it fur ill. For tit. Worker. Ali. . Who kor and Wilck. Kut will Loo ludic. Wuo us of brain or hand in i Ulitt us drink mid or Hill or u of. Who Udall mall re dlr. Udho i pull. Thot Ninel kor Witk Fullom wkll.mkor.nu7 work Witk to Avo Annj Kirin. To Ionek ii to tory kor. No do Oft Niota work in n Lacto too k. In ill Kun lib Kex Dom hut u. Anno. On of nil . Witk unto jul Luo common u. 1 i to Kink of Flo old of ibo in Len of nor. Hinr. L a Traue coach. It Wax a cold Spring Day nearly ten ago. Tho snows were mulling Mill the Frost Juit beginning to come out the ground consequently the Hilly nods of Maine were in a parlous sleep mud holes alternating with old now Drift. And treacherous spots which Nee rued Frozen but wore merely a crust covering the mass below. It we nine o clock in the morning when the which connects the Little Village of a on the Kennebec hirer with the railway terminus some Twenty Tive Miles below Drew up before the door of the Public House where Harvey mid ill Eton stood waiting. That gentleman watched its approach with some concerning his own of a scat it was not a coach but a thing called a mud cart kind of wide open Wagon it to Strong elastic Springs and having a veral Low backed which extended Over the wheels to afford More room. Kerry seat was full except Oue on the elevated Perch of the Driver and thither Middle Tim clambered with Rome difficulty and wrapped himself As Well As could from the cold. He was just in covering from rather a severe ill new which Hail detained him a fortnight in that out of the Way place. A Ilos ton lawyer with an office full of dues culling him Home to bail not borne the Fontyn Orient very patiently and not tilling really Well enough Yot to Beur it tiresome stage drive was unit in that of nervous irritability to to an a Oyril at every thing. As he mounted to place his cars were a netted by a woman s laugh too loud to lie exactly lady like but with a pleasant sound in it for All that. At least he might have thought so in a More amiable moment now however lie turned a Little disgusted at the boisterous while settlin Hirn in the fur Robes took a rapid Survey if his fellow travellers. They were none of them of a class Likely to please Bis fastidious Tastet. Of i lie Mick seat were a Sharp visage Shaker who Hud pestered him to Liny a washing machine at the Public House that morning a sleepy looking elderly Farmer and inn wife. The latter we a nervous woman who had in charge three baskets a bundle a shawl an umbrella and her husband and i mod equally anxious about the i All. Knur red shirted log driven on their Way Down the River to Start a big Jam at Arra Tunk palls filled the front seat. They were decent men though rough and rather Dispo and to treat the other Pisa engers to a Good Deal of chaff. On the Middle seat Wen three persons. The was a country youth of the hobble Decoy age but with a pleasant Intelli gent face interacting in spite of immaturity and freckles. Next him sat a Pale tired looking woman with a sad Kir Liah face who carried in her arms an term oily fat and incredibly Lively Eliahy. The other occupant of the seat win a Young woman of certainly strik ing Aoji Taranco. The seemed about Twenty four or five had a tall showy figure and a Han Norae hand some. Middleton admitted to himself several surveys. A Brilliant complexion an abundance of Black hair in satiny we before the Advent of Clear Strong Gray rye., a will Cut nose and a handsome though somewhat Large Mouth filled with dazzling White Teeth. Plainly it was that Mouth from which had issued ringing boisterous laugh which had i i offended Middle ton s fastidiousness. Her attire we remarkable. The work a handsome Blue silk dress a velvet cloak richly fringed and braided a Light silk lint with feathers and a lace Collar Mil vhf a showy brooch. Gold Oneco on her wrists and Lemon coloured Kul gloves completed a costume which Lii Tiki certainly becoming could hardly called appropriate for a stage coach in Amu Lily Spring Day. Middleton s twite instantly pronounced it and its win re hopelessly vulgar huh talked Loi stantly not Only with the youth at Iii us. Who to belong to her in Hii. Way. But with All the other Pas Jin voice we a pleasant one its like her laugh were so to Jar disagreeable on Middle Triton s ordinarily it would not have Urr a to him to be thus annoyed i in i sense of humor might have pleased by the Young woman s lir rail and often witty on incidents of their but to Day Wim ill nervous and her loud turn her unpolished and occasionally speech Ami vulgarly do voted to Plohs inter Ksyk Ute Ratvik. A Jed Oak Altal 1xtk1.lios1ick. Smethport m Kean county a thursday june 6, 1872. Showy and disgusted him. He bore it Long an he could and then his impatience broke out not loud enough however to be audible to the object of it. It we to his companion the Driver that he exclaimed. Confound that woman s Tongue there no end to its infernal Clatter the Driver looked at our Friend with a and half offended glance but in a moment he answered in a tone rather patronizing and tolerant As though the person he addressed could really not be Silipi Xian to in better. No.34. A any w stranger. I guess you lw.1 kind out o Ortii thin morning. You Don t look Well i mum. Been sick. Ain t be Well it All Bow Mart anything will Kiad o Hector Amow waen a you Lien or. 0w.tom.ymt. I d rather brr comp Tanker laugh than to hear in twin something Henr Tenin in it would cheer a follow up if be lilith u i mid Middleton. I did not know she we Friend of yours Ami i meant no harm any of Well their i no offence. Layup Ain t anything to me in but a girl i always like to have behind my wll did you Call her a Lymp Tucker Short for Olympia Deacon Hen Tucker s laughter oldest of Are they All her if there any hidden in Bis words the Driver Ilid not ii Reivo it. Not wan his Euini Ibatici reply. They re a Pind Liu net. She s Strong on a thre bin Iachine and in Mizart a Chain Lig Bruin indeed what ran she do Well i should like to Hare Tion any thing the can t m Middleton s Good constrained him to express an interact in the Driver s to Buie which perhaps he did not wholly feel. The latter went of . Their seat being higher than ten the loud rattle of the kept their within you Are sir Deacon Tucker be Bain t never been a Strong Utan and was Al ways rather in Hindmand with by farmin. Then they re had a Light of lick Oja. Two of the Giru died of consumption and Mitt Tucker she fell Down train and Hurt the spine of her Back so Khe has Acaru Ely done a Day s work one year the Deacon s failed and the next he had bail Luck with his cattle dying and so what with sickness and All hell bad to mortgage his farm and it had Only three year More to run and everybody reckoned he d have to pm it. Then Lymp she said that never should be for she should earn the Money to Twy off the mortgage. The was eighteen then and had done All the work tit Home pretty near since she could run alone. The went out spinning till she got Money enough to pay her fun Road we in a frightful condition. The wheels on one aide Sank to the in soft mud while those on the other were tilted up on a Snow Drift. The and lurches were m a painful m alarming and Harvey in his weak state could hardly endure them. He leaned Back and closed his eyes but the deadly pallor of his face betrayed his suffering. In a moment a pleasant voice addressed him. It we the factory girl who said you do not seem Well Hir. It is diag Wable to you to ride Back Ward. You Are Welcome to my seat if you like to you an very said Middleton surprised. The seat very Well. I be Lieve Only i have been ill and the Road dreadful of a sick Petain. Thank you very Vanoh Bat i would then she started for Tho factory. I car ried her Down to the curs in my stage and i happen to know that she had t but one gown to her Back when she went away. Well she got a Good Placo and she worked straight along and sent Home Money seven Hundred dollars and Clea Toff the mortgage and took a deed of the place in her own name to make Sun against that was six year ago or More and to Duy you would never know twas the same place. The House is All fixed up and there s new furniture in it and the Deacon s As Chirk As a Cricket and proud of Lymp you d better he ought to Nuvil Middleton heartily. Did t 1 Tell your asked the other triumphantly. And that Ain t half. Khe hints a girl to wait on her Mother and she s sent the younger children to school she never had a Chance for schooling and then Yon see that boy Back there with her yes i noticed Well that s her brother John All the boy the Deacon Ever had. He s seventeen and smart. a Antun him through College going to a a doctor of him she she is a Noble Well she s got the grit. You can t discourage her. The s bound to laugh right through every thing and that kind always have Good Luck. Not a Ned neither though she s got Money in the bark and can afford to have Nice now. Home he continued proudly with a backward gesture be tween that velvet cloak and the Day i took her to the Falls with Only one All bought with her own earn Ings Middleton did not smile he Felt rebuked. Even the velvet cloak and Dreas Bat in the stage coach became Respecta ble to him in connection with that cheerful courageous unselfish spirit if the girl had pleasure in these things. Why Shufu old she not enjoy them the Driver went no lowering nil voice to a tone till More confidential i Don t know How True tis that Squire Danvers is kind u Hank round Layup. He s a widower off and got a Nice place. But Lymp Don t take a Shine to him. The told my wife she did t fancy second hand goods no Way. The reckoned Matrimony was Best fresh she d rather not take her n warmed Laid Dlton s laugh was almost As Hearty As that which had so annoyed him. Hut the Driver s gossip was Here interrupted. The coach stopped to let off the four log driven and Vidd Litton gladly availed himself of the Soat they it being More sheltered from the cold wind than the High one be had been occupying. This movement brought him face to face with Tho owner of the laugh and to could not help Surve ing her with leaned Forward and arranged the herself in a manner so comfortable As to be its own recommendation. He had not Energy to remonstrate further Bat leaned Back and again closed his eyes thinking the while How very handsome hers were and what a gentle touch Ahe he Lay thus for time Little heed to any thing but after a while his attention was attracted by the talk of those in front of him. The Pale woman with the baby was questioning min Tucker concerning Lowell and its factories. The had a timid nervous manner and spoke softly As if frighten at the sound of her own voice. The had been pretty Onoe but now her face had a weary hopeless look which touched mid drum s sympathies. Mias Tucker answered her questions with ready Good nature soon drawing from her the fact that she was on her Way to i Jwell in the Hope of finding employment. Have you any friends in the City she presently asked. but what will you do with your baby if you work in the Mills a i thought perhaps i could get some one to look after him if i had the Luck to find Haven t you any Friend ii where you come from that would take own no rather hesitatingly. I Haven t any least they Don t Cara for me where is your was the next abrupt question. A fiery Blush spread Over the woman s face and her lips contracted As it with a Sharp spasm of pain but Sho made no answer. Miss Tucker regarded her for an instant with Surprise then a sudden Swift lifting of the eyebrows showed that she comprehended the Case. She Luan to Lowell and Forward and said in a Low tone. Unfailing Good humor and cheerfulness had m extort upon ail even Harvey partly forgot weariness in the Lively talk in which she engaged Kirn. The chatted with perfect frankness and some disregard of granular rules but the Quick wit Atad the shrewd common sense she displayed made Aine Niu fsr much. At but in going Down a Long Bill catastrophe which the old lady had been looking Lor the stage Sank with a sudden Larch into a deep rut Ami one of the wheels snapped like a Reed. Fortuna ugly Tate vehicle was not upset Only stuck fast but they could go no father. Here was a cheerful state of things the nearest Honee we Kalf 4 mile Tod had the to Terra walk miso u understand your husband in not living. I am sorry i spoke of it. What a due healthy baby yours there was a gentle womanly accent in her voice which did not escape har vey s ear and the ready tact with which she had covered the poor creature s embarrassment turning instantly from the painful theme to that which would naturally by most consoling pleased and touched him. He looked at the Over dressed loud voiced factory girl with More of genuine admiration than he had often bestowed on any woman. Indeed he was not an admirer of women in Gen eral. A Bachelor of forty Well born Good looking and Rich he might Well have Biron a Mark for managing Mam Mas and designing daughters had he chosen la put himself in their Way. But he was not martial to female society. The truth was to had in his youth when not so prosperous m now. Been rather badly treated by a Beautiful but worldly girl who after encouraging suit suddenly jilted him for a wealthier rival. The experience had possibly somewhat shaken his Faith in women in Getral at least it had Given him a Dis taste for their society. He had two married Brothers but their matrimonial Luck we not of a kind to make him envious. The wife of one we a very High bred woman a Model of elegance and propriety in externals but with the tem per of a Demon the other was an Amia ble foot to on the whole Harvey we Content to remain As he was. Unfamiliar with women he was m a Rule rather Uno servant of those with whom he might be and Destany thrown and in different to what they chose to my or do. 80 it waa in fact an unusual thing that he should listening now interest to talk of these two one of whom was evidently no better than a social pariah and the other of a standing and culture so inferior to his own. He observed How the latter though truth acquaintance showed we Foval. The course we plainly the Wise one and an scrambled out accordingly. Lymp Tucker Drew up the skirt of her Gay Nilk dress thereby making a Liberal Dis play of and under Gannetta. But the comely shape of the one and the spotless neatness of the other made it excusable. Then taking Possession of the kicking baby and bidding her brother Gire his assist Dace to Middle ton the led the Way across the the whole taking no their line of March behind her. After considerable difficulty at Tho farm House they bad the satisfaction of learning that they must wait at least two hours for the. Repair of the broken wheel and that they were still five Short of Tho half Way House where they had expected to take dinner. Of course they were All nearly of amused after Riding so Long in the cold. The Rood woman of the House seemed Well to Supply their wants but Ahe we Alene Anil her Larder somewhat lean. I Don t sup Iione you d want Fried she said dubiously i might kill a couple of that would take too Long Al said Lymp Tucker. We should eat the baby before they would be Well i Guild Jonm s wife Down to the Corner would lot me have some Ham but i Hain t got no bread baked of never mind that. Give me the things to do it with and i la have the bread made by the time Yon Are Bock from Jones la said Tho Hosu is looking doubtfully at the Fine apparel of her guest do you suppose you could a you bring me the things and replied the other laying aside her Vel vet cloak and Light kid the woman obeyed at once. Miss Tucker turned no the Silken Al revs from a pair of Largo and handsome White arms and lied on a big Check apron while thu hos uits Flung a shawl Over her head and took her Way acro Tii the Fields to the the Only Firu in the House was in the Kitchen no All the passengers sat round it and watched the preparation of their report. Tho Impromptu Broad maker flirted a flour sifter twirled a spoon in a pan made several rapid Over a Board and in an incredibly Short time had produced a Large painful of biscuits which the set in tin Baker before the Ojon fire. The hostess soon returned and presently had ready a smoking dish of hot Bain and eggs which with Buckiu like made a very inviting repast. By the time the meal was Well Over the Driver returned with wheel mended and they took the Road again. Harrey. Who had paid his int retainer liberally for his own dinner noticed the Pale Young woman approach and offer to do the same. That is All mid the hostess and motioned with her band toward Tucker. Harvey Felt mortified be should not have thought to do that kindness himself. He overheard the poor to grateful murmur of thanks to her new Ferndand the Light laugh with which they were turned aside. He had Harvey thought became her wonder fully. There it one Moi be added with a Little hesitation. Which i won like to ask of you. Would you object to give me your not at she answered frankly and gave it accordingly. He to Sokei gravely bowed again As he night have done to dec Mesa and Walker away. The next Day he was at his of fice Boston and Ahe at her buy. Responsible port in a great Lowell null. For just one week mid drum turned things Over in mind. The must we a Resolution and a letter. The last we addressed to if Olympia Tucker and contained a a Tinct and straight or _.-------, that to amp Clhoa which aha had thai Day Dently comprehend inf the truth with Rand to her new acquaint glance of Cir Iosty. 1 Ying it lie had heard of the Genus factory girl but perhaps had never before been knowingly in company with a specimen there was nothing rude in look and the girl observing returned it with a steady unabashed Nee in which there no Shadow of boldness. It waa More As one Man re another and Harvey s Eye we the unit to fall. No shrinking or Ken Tationa. The saw Only her not her fault and bar All in her Power in a tone of grave but respectful compassion. They rambled and jolted alone Road growing More difficult with every till indeed it we nearly the old lady with baskets grew crasser and More frightened with every fresh Jolt. The scolded the Driver incessantly. M if be were somehow res for Tho state of the roads and seemed out of with All the rest for not being much terrified m her self. Her wretched husband slept continually but managed to lurch Forward every moment against the youth in front of him till the latter very nearly lost temper under infliction. The baby fretted and cried and m for har vey he grew so tired that he began to think he could go further. But discomfort and annoyance Only seemed to bring out Lymp Tucker in greater strength. She laughed merrily at each fresh mishap rallied the. Old lady out of her fears and helped her to Stra Ghun her smashed Bonnet which Whadoo Iareto grief from the jolting stage she joked away her brother s ill humor and produced from her Sahel an Orange which quieted crying baby and i gave weary Mother a Brief rest. Her come to like the sound of that laugh quite m Well m the Driver. He we not sorry when on resuming their be found Tucker seated beside himself. He could no longer Bear to be Only the recipient of kindness and he exerted himself to show to compan Ion All those Small courtesies of the Road which occasion allowed. He talked wry Little however though he talked but very Best and grave respectful de Meanor offered no Index of use feeling m new m it we delightful which really thrilled through All the pulses of i being. It was not merely respect for the Jine qualities had discovered in her. Nor wholly his kindling admiration for her Rich and glowing Beauty but an emotion commingled of and far transcending delicate and in preen we of a urge and gracious woman which whole Man s nature acknowledged and bowed Down to. The net of their journey we a room plumed without a Accident though not without Aad it we quite dark before weary Aad mud be spattered they reached the town where they to part and go their separate they had left the stage and mis. Tucker stood in Puma of Public House giving direction about her Ben Middlton approached and. Taking off hat addressed Pardon amid if i us too great a Freedom. You do not know but i too Many proofs to Day not to feel that i know 700. I aae that you kindly taken under your Protection poor woman and child who Rode with us and i am an Moi to share with you the Pla rare is a Small sum of Money which you will oblige me by for her and a card with my address if at aay time i can of further to her you will do me a favor by letting me the Young woman took card and the Crisp Bank note that accompanied it and express us with a dash of and timidity which had not before shown but which won Hua we och that he ardently wished to journey through life in her company. He told her Wand what he family business and for tune enclosed the addresses of several persons through whom she might if she Hen Elf in regard to character and standing and concluded with an Earnest request to visit her the letter notwithstanding abrupt and rather Lus Ineas like character. We gentlemanly and respectful and one which any lady might feel Nat tired to receive. When it we sent he waited in a Verit Able fever of impatience for the reply a week almost another elapsed before it came. He Tore it open bin suit was rejected the Koen Neim of his disappointment almost surprised himself. He bad hardly been aware How deeply his and his fancy were interested in this woman whom he bad known but for one Day and who had begun by offend ing his social prejudices and i. Fastidiousness almost to the Point of disgust he took up her letter and read it again. We written somewhat stiffly m if it bad Cost author a Good Deal of Trou ble and now and then a word might not be spelled quite correctly but it we a modest womanly letter dignified from very simplicity. Khe thanked him sincerely for the compliment of preference though she full compelled to decline his proposal. Hho had not done so hastily she had considered his offer Well the did not of duct to conceal from him that it had Strong temptations for poor hard working girl struggle Iii single handed with the world. But she did not think it Wund be right for her to Purchase ease and enjoyment for Hen Elf in that Way. Cha was not educated for the Circle to which be belonged and if she wore to take him at his perhaps word he might regret it some Day. Then too to Hail a right to the love m Well m the respect of Tho woman whom he should make Bis wife and she could not pretend to give that to a Man whom a week ago Sho Hud never thought of in any such relation. The should always feel grateful to Bun for the Honor he had intended her and she wished him All manner of Prosperity and Hap Moss with some woman who would lie better suited to him than she. Harvey Road this letter Over a great Many times. He thought he saw that it wan not to much any positive objection to himself which had decided her rejection of his suit m the womanly shrinking from so Hasty an arrangement with one whom Ahe knew so Little. The naive confession that his offer had been a temptation touched him. Her life laborious and full of care there could be Little brightness in it. Yet when he thought of All she had done and been to others and recalled the Gay courage with which she faced her lot the cheerful helpfulness Tho gentle kindness list never failed his heart swelled with tender admiration. Khe u the Only woman on Earth for he exclaimed and by heaven i will win her yet and he set himself to do so As earnestly though not quite so precipitately m before. He went to Lowell every week till Midsummer and then he Toni ahead his numerous including his Sis ters in Law by the announcement of Bis curiosity ran High in regard to Bis Choice but it we baffled for a time for to took his Bride abroad immediately and they were absent three Yean. You May Well believe that three Yean were not wasted by a woman of Lymp Tucker s Energy and ability. The shrewdness tact and of imitation. The Only needed Good to shape herself into a lady. Indeed All the Eseo tial of a lady s Char Acter were in her to begin with and education Drew them oat accordingly she is at this present writing not Only the handsomest woman of my acquaintance but very nearly the most elegant the does not Latch Load m she did. Bat her mile Dan Ling. Her voice pitched somewhat lower Bat it he lost none of the he a lean ing toward Mcgrit Fotenos in her is quoted a Model of Good taste the Pride of her husband who he growing younger All ten Yean Aad the bad Mother of three splendid her Kitten in Law refer to her m a kind of Oracle in All ques of and Good Breeding. The a gracious my hospitable hostess in a luxurious Home and a living illustration of the feet that there u no place a Yankee girl will not fit m if she were born to it in of the unfavourable Harper t War by. To bathing. To derived by All re Man from personal ablution of in renal interest and highly esteemed in Ancira record. The phys goal strength and Vig Orous Constitution of Aad Komans Are justly attributed m much to their of a thug m to their regu Lar no Nim. It must be Gen Nauy. In reference to cold Bathis the head should touch the water Wood naturally Rede. From part of the Coay which in Contact with the cold. Water on touching surface of the body a to the whole by Tiu and w forced from the meet Floal to Veatles and Vav bag from the Centre to the this kind of circulation very healthy Aad to it Comette the Ger. Tam Ritof the cold Bath. Warm whoa be of greater importance than generally supp eed. They May be taken with gnat Adan both summer and Winter and while Bodiu of tempera Ture. They Are not in any degree when used in moderation debilitating but on the contrary Are attended with health and vigor. The warm Bath he a powerful effect in exciting circulation of the blood and in promoting perspiration and other natural tons. Thereby effectually arresting Many incipient diseases. In connection with the Bath for any. Common ablution Union Salt May be advantageously used. It dissolve in water and pre any risk of taking cold it u also a powerful tonic and general inv Gora Tor of the Syburn. The proper of chloroform. A distinguished physician comment ing on the prejudice against chloroform and other anaesthetics in View of the deaths now and then reported from their use says that fatal results never occur unions through carelessness or ignorance. To it m his opinion that Many surgeons Are too Hasty in putting per ions under the Anson tactic influence. He himself gives chloroform very lowly through a silk handkerchief. The Inha lation of chloroform is Only a speedy method of making a person dead drunk and the physician soon saw that if the anode thetis state we brought on gradually m intoxication generally is and Stop fwd soon As sense and muscular motion Are by taking intoxicating liquors it produced no worse effect upon the system. In both cases patient often both when taking the Nar Cotic and when getting rid of it and in insensibility to the severest operations May be produced. All danger of one Over the other u that in the us of chloroform the injudicious by ply the agent too fast and do not Stop when the patient he enough. By taking proper care of these things operations May safely be performed on very children and very old on Hose whose lungs or Are Dimeas or who Are much reduced by chronic of various in Tho United of to Zelro by lightning and the Best War to use mad Stone so m to of cts throw it the report. That the , a . Bond Himi than at Perment of Moths a Tlell Rev head of a family in Omaha earns Fly dollars per Mouth by his labor two earn eight dollars per week and two six Dol Lars More. Two girl beg enough to rapport the Wybou family and four boarders besides thai leaving Money earned m a fond to clothe them and pay for the Bouse and lot lately Pur chased. One Man in Ormandy county Iowa m a farm of area another of acres another of another of and several of to Fermi an article in strip intr t for May says at As the result of a of experiments on the destruction forms of life by heat. Or. Orate Calvert demonstrate that the gurus of disease will withstand a trait nature of Throe undred degrees fahrenheit. Exposure o Inch a heat m this the fiber of All of cloth so seriously that they Are unfit for further use. It u therefore evident that the Mere Agency of heat cannot be depended upon for the destruction of Tho germs or corpuscles attached to the clothing of persons who bar. Suffered from any contagious Dis ease. The Neokos Sty for a change in opinion regarding the Power of chlorine Gas to accomplish this purpose urged i of the new York Board of health on the disinfection of clothing and rooms that have been exposed to contamination by Small pox. In the report in question carbolic acid is especially recommended for the disinfection of clothing and bedding and sulphurous acid prepared by burning Sulphur for Tho disinfection of rooms the latter substance especially to have the Power of utterly destroying the of Small pox while chlorine frequently altogether or Only Wlada the manner. Object in an imperfect the of in no former year the Farmer do we remember such general complaint m we did in the pest year. The codling Moth canker worm and the in Aad fruit the Colorado Beetle swarming of the potato every where chinch Bug in wheat Corn and oat Fields the Cicada or seventeen year Loo Aota Here and there in by the million. It getting to be about m much work to fight the insect Edra aies of oar and m it to cultivate and Harvest Canada of Eye quack Gross anything in that line would be freely exchanged for by oar and tar men now the unfortunate Poese Eson of my raids of detract Tive what u to be done f shall we Call upon the entomological or Are they unable to go beyond Aad dreamt Rem Circlio of Cohen Curculio Greta the apply now almost sex Dove Good work yet the March on in their destructive invasion the situation u not far from Dioso Aniag. Of for Tome modern St. Patrick with enlarged to drive Thoss Fox from the country Dimaki Iuka u fond of Drees Aad Rich made up imply after prevailing Euvle without extravagant ornamentation. The wean two costly Diamond and ring. She can Well afford umm indulgences for her from lecturing Are simply enormous. Of Osage l entered without a of mrs. Emery of it Tara warn. Women against her band who he Dearud her. 8ao he May be recognized by a broken bom. Which she de mouthed with a Skillet. An English Law a married woman if she has Aboody or the of making it mid by to support Bun be heeler to worthless that the expense of keeping May not Coine upon Parish. Unhappy new York lady whose husband Only her f 10.000 a year for dream and who Conoho gently obliged to Wear a time in order to Money to buy decent evening dresses by at length re to demand a divorce from the creature. In of the suburban of Dover. N. To the committee put oat the word psalter to a co. In spelling. It we a Poser to All till it reached the foot of the Clasa when a curl a headed Little fellow called it correctly Aad being asked to define it. Shouted out More Salt there is a Mother in Israel living in who 100 Nan old in a recent love feast she declared that bad enjoyed religion oae Hundred years and for that period had a member of the methodist Church. It u probable that she oldest Church member of any denomination in the world. A medical College for the education of women he been chartered by the new York legislature Aad two or three women of wealth have agreed to furnish the College with Aad be care future usefulness by Liberal funds. It intended to be one of the finest beit endowed institutions in the country. A foundling we picked up in the of of the other Day. Upon the Genoa we a piece of paper which contained the following lines Edward born on the 18th of april. A. D. 1872. Name. Eddie Johnson. He. De. To Hanoa. Keeps a Barber whop of Bridge Bow. Aad a Barber room on Telfair Street give it to Edward for or. Caroline a mini Kari couple who could t agree agreed to dim Gree. They live a a Dou ble dwelling Aad of eighteen Boom for to father in one Side while the Mother and two Chil Dren lire by theme Elm la the other part of the. Building Kitchen Ead pantry Only being Josd in common. The husband the fuel ail Aad the cooking is done on Tho stove. Or. of Chester. Eng land. In Book of America that be we gratified when at Baltimore but year to moot three from Wisconsin who had heard of him Aad thu he shows How Reading sex to the Region of Zaterica. Where too would Only expect to find wild Milwaukee time please copy. The attention of the police of both new York Aad Brooklyn by beam called to existence of a mrio at Public annoyance in the form of the rubber which the City Ead Dealy introduced m oae of their of Street recreation. Tho wed Are with Force to penetrate Aad would inflict in jury if they Haoold strike a Mae Tive part of the body. A old act allow their children to him there Beta Oaly Twenty in Alpine county. By Ciao Yean ago although vote my. Not there the Casamor death Mohom my i idiom. Being m follow murdered. 4 fell from a tree. 1 by aval aarae 3 in a mine. 1 by a Cave 1 3 2 whisk of. 3 a and perished a Snow 3 total 10. There he been to Phy Awaa a the county for five Yean Aad to Medicine a been wanted. 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