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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - November 12, 1879, Cincinnati, OhioI the sati win Kilt Sta a w if j is Jas j a november al 2, 1879. Barberton. A of the prise to built a a unhesitatingly the pair of husbands at mute at one cup nil. Foo pie Ateo Ani adverted end of the form the one peking the Knob doctor a a. Cup Wui in Folk strongly on Madame Perreaux flight the Story of it French trial for some taxed her with Henrt newness for abandoning her betrothed in his trouble other conjectured that she in it w More i clamoured again thousand francs. M Arder. Cd a1vikr Iii a Conti n u fix Well i agree with Monsieur Vuillard Aid the Nancian expert who was washing his hands. �?~1 think the ease shall go on trial. We will Send in our report it will be for the court to pronounce upon a for my part 1 emphatically protest against the conclusion at which these gentlemen have arrived a declared Young or. Lenoir with animation. A i say so now and i will repent my reasons in the a you Are in a measure on your defense yourself sir retorted the Juge do instruction Curtly a Don t forget that a heavy res a Gnu Sibil i to lies at your door Tor having signed a certificate without due i j of the murder than she a Ansi to disclose and was at least an Ageew try after the fact. Thi View was the most prevalent one and. In Sanro no one was sure rid to that the Pamir to edit Tor had dispatch a detectives after the widow with a warrant to bring her Back. Chapt Jav. When a murder a Committer in France popular excitement is intensified by the in a i that the preliminary examination of the prisoner Doe not take place in Public at in England. Curiosity a to feed on rumours. The newspapers collect what Rumor Almy can and of a Hickory stick the other tubing the calf of his leg. Old Grassier a rugged j i shoulder a and a ceased to contend against the Rawlings of Bis daughters whose voice waxed louder Ever moment. A gendarme joked his head in at the door and stopped tie strife by summoning u All to the luge s room. It a by a mistake i was called in with the rest but m. Vuillard after first request ing me to withdraw altered his mind and bade me suit. Lie said that he was for their seventy five they seemed to think that the prisoner had got the Money in his Ekx sets. They were Bidden to be quiet and we were All dismissed together. I confess that at that moment f was More strongly convinced of bar Beront a guilt than a had been before and it was Only As a matter of conscience that i resolved to suspend my judgment until Madame Perreau had been questioned. That lady might be Able to throw some Light us it on the circumstances that had and followed Madame Barber orig a death she would be forced to say i. And yens. Citizen a inc. A going to confront us with bar Heron and 1 whether the doctor had begun to woo her before or after becoming a widower. Madame Perreau had Escaig de to Belgium and the detectives who had been sent after her could not induce her to turn. As there hoped our joint evidence would break Down the hitters As Ranee. He touched a hand Bell and after a j few minutes which seemed to me Long jibe tramp of spurred boots resounded in Romance flagged Pas age and the prisoner was inquiry. 1 will now go and inform or. I Deavor to create a prejudice against him. Barbe Ron that he is a All that a written about Barberton by Doctore Legris and Lenoir wanted to the parisian and provincial Prens tended accompany the a magistrate in order to to show that he was a Demon of Crafty As univ the accused Man that they did not wickedness and this inflamed m. Vii Fth Are the opinion of the parisian experts liar with the ambition of Gratifying but this m. Vuillard would not permit j society by getting him convicted. The prisoner was now in his hands to in Barrier on was confine re in a cell an a a unfilled questioned worried Ami Debar j secret. He was not allowed books or red from All Intercourse with his Fellows j writing materials and received no visits. I Onoe a Day he was led handcuffed to the j Juge instruction s room and there questioned for a More or in time. On some upon them. They Are not liable to be j introduced manacled Ami supported unpunished for contempt of court if they Blacken the prisoner s character Antic a until Hubli time As the evidence against him was Complete. The luge went out attended by the co mini ire and they summoned the Fout gendarmes who were still on the premises that the arrest of Bir Beron might be rendered More impressive. The brigadier of the party produced a pair of Handcuffs Barberton had silent a sleepless night a acing about the Hospital room and talking to himself in great agitation. The detective who had charge of him thought him intoxicated. He clenched his fists uttered imprecations railed at imaginary a users and so exhausted himself that in the morning he was hoarse and Haggard like a Man in a fever. When the do Kir opened and he saw the cd oink Isaim j and the Juge walk in followed by the gendarmes with their cocked hats and carbines he understood that it was All up blood flushed to his the Middle of the with him and the face. He stood in Days the examination lasted but ten minutes on others it was prolong a for hour. Varying his Mode of attack a Ltd cording to Cire instances Vuillard was turn by turn Amacia Bly insinuating solemn or harshly menacing. The British notion of giving a prisoner fair play is ignored by frenchmen and m. Vuillard had purposely rendered Barberton confinement most irksome that he might tempt him to confess by offers of indulgences. Barberton was a smoker and begged for tobacco to soothe his nerves he was promised i iras it he would answer certain questions tending to incriminate him he wanted to write letters and the same conditions were tendered when he asked Lor books to relieve the tedium of his Solitude he was told that it rested with him to Short room with his Anna folded and a defiant in Lii Durenceau secret a by placing curl on his lips while the commits air said a in the name of the Law i arrest Vou. 0 a concealment is himself entirely at the mercy of his Tormentor. The effect of All this upon a Man of iras Ible temper was to engender useless now so you paroxysms of fury and rumours came had better confess added the Juge d in a abroad of uproarious scene in which Barberton had to in held Down in his chair by two gendarme to prevent him fron flying at the Juge do instructions Striction oddly. A the experts have discovered arsenic in your wife a they have found arsenic of the fools a exe Laired Barberton with a sardonic a Throat. Why i defy anybody to prove still Barberton would not confess to pm Tom of Arsenical poisoning wilful murder and As tin evidence of a our servant have noticed my wife a symptoms or. Lei Mir laugh. Arsenical Poison was not Strong enough to make a conviction certain m. Vuillard was Fain to sift the prisoners antecedent with a View of collecting circumstantial testimony. Agreeably to this purpose he served sub Tanason ail who had known the prisoner or been heard to tattle about him a amongst others was summoned to Dowse to the conversation Barberton had yield with me at the club when recounting the trials of i i Ink life. I repaired accordingly to the Palace of j Justice one morning and was conducted i to the witnesses waiting room contiguous j to the magistrate closet. To la i was about three weeks after Barberton Are rest. 1 had not been rated five minute j when a Motley procession of country Folk stumped in first a lean old Man i with thick shoe and a Blue Rotten umbrella then two Florid hard featured women of about thirty attired in the a sunday bests of Farmers wives and lastly two fat dejected Young men with Horny hands evidently the husbands of the Florid couple. These people saluted have perceived suspicion signs when he came to View the Corpse and is it Likely that i a doctor who know the action of drugs should have chosen that one of All others which leaves most Trace a a murderers Are often very imprudent was the Juge a Placid rejoinder. A How do you account for a the presence of Poison if you did not administer it quota How can i Tell Yvo Omen take arsenic m improve their complexions a ejaculated Barberton in exasperation there is a surgery in my House and my wife had Access to it. A she May have drugged herself unknown to me. But i dont believe arsenic a been found it is far More Likely that Legris and Lenoir have told lies to ruin me. I sup Jiose it is they who conducted the analysis and probably with Poison in their pockets a m. Vuillard did not state that doctor Legris and i Moir had Rah the contrary deposed in bar Beront favor. A this kind of suppression Verit is much practice by Juge a a instruction who tiny a it useful to me with rustic Courtesy and then wit i make a prisoner believe that he is Cut Oil out Inore ado plumped Down on a Fogt in from All human sympathy. J and Contin men in shrill tunes a a doctors Legris and Camoir Are Eon it which they had begun outside a Clentious men a remarked m. Vuillard j Learned that Thev were the Rel a yes they dispute 1 soon have As much conscience As Judas when he hanged himself re. _ _ a it ? minded Barberton a but ill confound them if it Cost me my head ill exp Rise their ignorance and make them Slink out of court. Arsenic indeed a shall i Tell a a what my wife died of she was killed by an overdose of a a you confess that you murdered Ner then a exclaimed the Juge destruction whipping out his note Kook. A no it happened in this a answered bar Benin forgetful of al prudence. A my wife could not sleep and asked me to give her a composing draught. I forgot How weak she was. And gave her the Sant dose which she had sometimes taken when in Good a health. I it proved too Strong for she never woke again. That is the whole truth and before heaven i swear it was an a yet you never made mention of it lie fore now a a no because i knew that construction would be put on the facts by enemies. Natives of the late Madame bar Beront the old Man in ing her father and the a two women her eldest sister a and their Wrangle was a cd Ulii Rii re Nei Niue is sister a Ann their Wrangle was contemptuously. Al it it tie Dower that Hail been paid to the unfortunate lady on her marriage. Like Many smal landowner who have amassed Money slowly m. Grassier such was the old Many name had Given a better education to his youngest daughter Ylyin to his it Lar children and had been proud to see her marry a doctor. A Hundred thousand franc had been set Down in the marriage contract As Marie Grassier a lower it being considered a Infra for a medical Man to accept a lesser portion but to appease the jealousy the elder Sisters who had married Farmers it had been privately stipulated that Only Twenty five thousand franc should be actually paid. To the horror of these two elder Sisters however it had transpired in the course of previous interviews with the Juge do instruction that their Dor either Arm by a gendarme. He had aged woeful a fits features were cadaverous an it his eyes were distended to an enormous size. The two women set up a howl on seeing him and a old Grassier stirred with a co Jet emotion Rose with his ii to Elci Ielua and muttered curses. Grill and watched the effect of these demonstrations on the prisoner who was Only angered by them. A when will you have do gone tormenting me a he asked with a scowl. A you see what grief you have brought on these unhappy people said the Juge d5 instruction placidly. A if you had any Good feeling you would ask Pardon of an injured a you ought at least to give Back the dowry you villain a sobbed Euphra in. A you won t want the Money if they Guillotine you a added her amiable in Ter. Hindi a said m. Vuillard. A Barberton you a re going to hear from your father in Law s list a the account of How you deceived and swirl he him. Dry your tear m. Grassier and done to be afraid to it a Raider thus encouraged raised a sort of bleat and began the most rambling shuffling Long winded St try that Ever left the Mouth of an ill educated Man. The Juge do instruction who sat with his Hack to the Light eying Barberton his clerk who was scribbling Short hand notes at an adjoining table the two Gen Darmes. Who stood erect near the a Loor with their cocked hat on and we the five other witnesses grouped near the fire place All listened intently to the old Many a Yard and a tried to make sense of it but it was not easy. In sit in it appeared that or. Barberton had first become acquainted with Grassier by applying to him for a loan. Grassier was a sort of rust usurer who Lent Money on the sly at fifty per <ent., taking crops or House in Pawn and he dial not consider bar Beront a Security sufficient. When however the doctor Proton d that instead of lending him 10,000 francs the usurer should give him his daughter in marriage and 2.1,000 francs along with her the old Man readily consent eco. There is a difference Between trusting a Man with Money on a note of hand and trusting him with your daughter As every French father knows. Grassier confessed How Ever that he never thought much of bar Boron and his bad opinion of him was heightened when after the marriage the doctor male incessant demands for Money. Madame Barberton used to come crying to her father and coax big sums a but of him saving that they were necessary to ext cml her husbands practice Ami that they should be repaid by and by. This went on for three years but at last old Grassier grew tired of lending and and three months after his refusal to give another Cut line Madame Barberton died. A you hear that Barberton said m. Vuillard. A As soon As your wife was no longer in a position to satisfy your rapacity you made away with a not before he had got 75,000 francs though screamed Euphrasie indignantly. A fathers who waste their children a substance ought to be put in prison a echoed her sister. A its a crying shame that we should have been cheated in this Way. What will there lie left for us to inherit when our father Dies a a hush a Interpol Ltd m. Vuillard. A now attend to me Barberton you insured your wife a life nine months ago for a Hundred thousand franc. Why dial you a to that a a because i saw she was in weak a the insurance company a to doctor did not perceive it. He reported on the the contrary that your wife was a strongly constituted Young �?~1 can to help it if the Man was a a a a no but the truth is that you Hall already planned your Immler Ous speculation and its part of your system now to pretend that your wit e was an invalid. Here however is an English gentlemen who will depose to some statements made father had by Clandestine instalments i by you at the club where you described pail up the who i four Trio Usatuk Pound your wife acc a weak Ami Willy person i l i ___1___ 1 it. I i i i i i i % to the Ini hand of his Jet to laughter. Since this old a Grassier Hall the disclosure must anyhow have blasted 1 him eating waking walking my prospects for patients have no con i atsed him now before me a i. I a. Faience in a doctor who gives an overdose by a especially to his own wife. 1 should think not and i can not say that you have bettered your Case by this avowal replied the Juge a a instruction dryly. A gendarme you will convey Thi Man to prison or. Barberton had become Calm from faintness and despair but when the gendarme advanced toward him with the Handcuffs he was suddenly seized with an impulse of resistance lie caught hold of a chair and shouted that he would no it go to prison. The gendarmes had to close with him and an ignoble scene ensued. While he was being thrown on the floor and manacled by Force foaming and mating All the time Tike a Wihl beat. It was As much As four men could do to master him and his ravings filled the Hospital As he was borne out by the Arm and la a is Yelling a its infamous a i am being mra ered help help a a Lew hours later tie whole town of a a knew that or. Barberton Hall Ben lodged in prison. The event formed the topic of discussion in the places of Public resort in the Casino in the cafes us the club and everywhere the belief known no peace. His a laughters abused Ami they braid i no him for giving More of i Money to one child than to another the Laviest j a Domestic crime which i can commit. Old i pshaw a Ami finally appealed to me. A Well or. I never thought they a Mur who male you Lead a wretched life. You forget that if your w Ife we a really in a suffering condition it would have been your duty a an affectionate husband to Bear compassionately with her infirmities of temper instead of reviling saying which m. Vuillard Burneti to me a French father j and begged that i would repeat All that Grassier pushed and had heard. 1 Sav now what deadly import my de x sit Ion might be and believing As i did a Ler tie child said he. A he it Crew out a 1 that Barberton had spoken under the in Peilow Check handkerchief ail blew his nose Dol fully. A Tell him sir will you that he s bound to get the Money Back every franc. He done to seem to understand it cried one of the Young women whose name was Euphrasie. A he was always crazed about this do Etc Tor chimed in her sister. A we and our husband were like a Lirt in i eyes once he had it lapped it vew on this Chap. But i told him from the first no Good would come of tie t each Wiver. You was always glad enough to get him to physic your children for nothing said old Grus ice. 1 hat a a a a a reamed the younger sett r. A lie was paid with a calf s head when he cure my Jeannette of the a a a husband if we did t give the Kamp a barrel of cider at my last having in added Euphrasie. Fiu Euce of great excitement i should have Lukeel to attenuate his word. But this was impossible. M. Vuillard had heard j a report of our conversation from some i eaves dipper and he put such adroit 1 questions that i was compelled to unfold everything. I could not help admiring i the Little Man s inquisitorial skill. When 1 had finished he took a Pinch from a Silver snuff Box and exclaimed in Tri i a Mph a there what �1�� you say to that Barberton a 1 say nothing cried Barberton savagely. 1 am tired of your fiendish torturing Ami will answer no More a Jues tons a the Chain of evidence against you is Complete enough already when we have was no proof of her being accessory to the murder it was not possible to demand her extradition and the Ilet Estives could Only urge that if she declined obeying the procure eur a summons she could never again set foot in France without being imprisoned. For this she eared Little she said but her. Obduracy was shaken by hints that some of her property on French soil might la sized under a Maiorc fare writ of out awry. At last flight had prove it ked facts to f charitably Umler took to Gium and bring the Wulkow Back having previously obtained a written Promise from the Public prosecutor that she should not be molested in any Way. Madame Perreau her Little girl and Farcy All returned together to a one night and this event gave a new fillip to Public excitement. Madame Perreaux a nerves were in a shattered condition and at her first confrontation with Barberton in m. Vuillard a a presence she had a fit of Hys terms. The Juge do instruction did not improve her condition by suggesting his Lielie that Barberton Hail Inte led marrying her solely that he might murder her and her Little girl and inherit their property. This idea had not occurred to the widow but it forthwith seized upon her imagination and haunted her like a Nightmare. She became Barbi Ron a worst enemy in weighed against him recollect Ltd suspicious facts about him and thereby found Grace in m. Vuillard a a eyes. The indictment was now Complete. The prisoner was committed for trial and obtained leave to read write smoke and Confer with his Legal advisers. He chose Farcy to defend him and that Able barrister went daily to the prison and had Long interviews with the wretched Man. This displeased the widow but she Dareyl not say so for Farcy had acquired great Ascendancy Over heir he was now her Only Friend. The poor woman dared not stir outs ile of her House because of the Impe tenant Way in which people stared at her and nobody a cared to visit her because her foolish inquiries As to her past life and brought some disreputable facts to Light. It appeared that Madame Perreau had been a rather Light heeled Flower girl before marrying her late husband and she had been in prison for Vagabond age she had been Fine a for bickering with the police and she a born of parents who had spent the better part of their existences in gaol. There was nothing very heinous in All this but it was hard upon the the widow after years of faultless living to have Youthful per can Lily gets trumped up to her shame and she would have Felt More forlorn had it not been for maitre Farcy a kindness. It is need Iless to say that Farcy affected if he a lid not feel the Superb est conviction in Barberton s innocence and in his ability to get him acquitted. He ended by partially convincing Madame Perreau and he sought to convince everybody else but not Over successfully. A you see that Sall nonsense if one listened to those lawyers nobody Touhl w Goto gaol or be guillotined grumbled old colonel Tran hot As we were playing whist one evening. A bar Beront a guilt is As Clear As a i can not say that i think so was my rejoinder. A i think we ought to wait till the jury have a i done to see that i need Mould my opinion on that of. A dozen grocers and bake re. You heard me say some weeks ago that i had never met with a prisoner who had not Shady antecedents and what do we find in this Case Why that the accused and his connections Are mostly rogues of the same Dye. Madame per Reau is a made old Grassier a usurer who sold his a laughter Barberton a swindler liar and brutal a that is the mischief of routing out All a Many a bygones said i. A i dont see Bow Barbe Ron alleged swindles Bear upon the fact As to whether his wife was poisoned by arsenic. I am afraid that if the jury convict they will do so More because the Many a character has been so Aspersen than because he is proved to have a tut tut those Are your English fads growled the colonel. A go on now its your tto be continued. N a an Artisan of Altoona p<mn., has been working for seventeen years on a a wonderful clock a which is to be ready for exhibition next new years. It parades sixty five automatic figures a Beer Garden with men drawing Beer and passing it out a Inse Edoil Mill in running order with half a dozen workmen engaged in different parts of the business a Blacksmith shop with men hammering Iron and others shoeing horses women bringing refreshments a summerhouse fountains and games in Progress a Quarry with men hewing Stone a saw 11. A. A a a a a Faetz a Unsung a with r a men and women work in Mill turning out miniature boards a shoe at different parts of shoes a grist Mill with a Man bringing Grain to a Hopper and others carrying the bags away while buckets go up and Down and Mill stones Buzz residences where visitors Call and servants Are about their work Etc. The Mills Are driven by water which Falls from the top and is drawn up again. The whole complicated contrivance is run by a weight of ninety pounds. W i i ail Vou is it a disordered liver giving you a yellow skin or Ostive to Veis which have resulted in distressing piles or do your kill hear Madame Perreau we shall doubtless i news refuse to perform their functions if so your system will soon be clogged with get the completing links said m. Vuillard. A that will do for to Dav return to a your cell and poisons. Take a few a loss of kidney wort and you la feel like a new Many nature. Quot ill throw off every impediment and each i Hereupon the two women Rose Ami Organ w ill be ready for duty. How m. Cincinnati woman became enamoured off a chinaman. San Francie it o Call mrs. Joe sing a lady of German extraction who with her celestial husband Lias opened a restaurant on the european plan in a Central Quarter of Chinatown is doing a thriving business although Only started about two weeks. The indy is a Demi Brunette about medium height slender in figure and attractive features. She is a native of Cincinnati Ohio where her father keeps a restaurant and Saloon to which sing made occasional business Calls being at the time a Tea merchant and supplying or. Braun her father with that commodity. Dropping into the restaurant he saw miss Braun. Having once seen her his visits became More frequent until it grew customary for him to Call three or four times a Day when he began to be regarded As one of the list customers of the establishment. Bitting Down to a a up of Coffee served by the fair Sarah he would Munch a Tell while he feasted his eyes upon her Lithe figure and pretty face. Emboldened by this encouragement he began to whimper words of love which fell into willing ears. It was during these visits that the tender heart of tie Youthful Sarah was spirit Tel away a theft ultimately made Ood by the offer of sings heart and and which being accepted afer a lengthy and what she affirms to have been a delightful courtship the Twain were made one in the presence of a House full of friends. Abandoning the Tea Trade the fair embarked in a laundry and Bath a ouse which in turn was thrown a in be to come to san Francisco where it was thought More Monck could be made in the restaurant line she possessing the experience derived from attendance at her fathers and Bing having been Cook and Steward when a Sailor a calling lie followed for Many years. Mrs. Bing professes to like celestial very Well excluding the lowest Grade. Her husband is Kiihnl to her. Bhe says that at Home he is called a citizen Bing a he having procured his naturalization paper in Cincinnati. He was Only nine years old when he first came to America which was Twenty six years ago but of Winch to his migratory habits be was never Long enough in one state to get his papers until he settled in Cincinnati where in addition to Liis other Busic is he was employed As court interpreter. He Cut off Liis queue is temperate in his habits and refuses to key up liquors in tie restaurant which is remarkably clean. I m a and is the Center of attraction in the neighbourhood always having a multitude of curious mongolians about the Entrance peering curiously into the Interior. Gratine Irrel cars. St. Louis Republican the heating of Street Railroad cars in Winter is a thing so greatly to be desired that people in Large cities will be a Terin the announcement that plans for effecting the object Are nearly completed in new York. In Brooklyn the Street care Are now heated with Small stoves which it is said make them comfortable in Winter without causing any inconvenience to passengers and it is stated thata similar arrangement exists in Boston and Philadelphia but stove i mating is not deemed satisfactory in new York and experiments have been made to discover something better. A hot water apparatus Lias been determined on for one of the Roa. It consists of a pipe under the seat on each Side terminating in a heating chamber at one end and an expansion chamber at the Oiler both these attachments being under i lie seats. The pipes heating chamber and part of the expansion chamber Are filled with water saturated with Salt to keep it from freezing. This water will last a whole Winter. The heat is applied at each trip Iron slugs heated to an intense degree at furnaces in the terminal stations. These Are placed in a fire Lxix at the end of the car and the heat from them communicated to the water will it is claimed keep the cars warm and comfortable during a trip. The expense of fitting up the cars with the necessary apparatus will be considerable but after the apparatus is once fixed the Cost of applying the heat will be trifling about 4 cents a Day for each car. The cars on some of the elevated roads which run in trains Are to be heated by steam sent from the engine through pipes to each car. Taking very Little smoke into the Mouth and of breathing chiefly through the nose. The consequence is that the a a pleasure of smoking May consist in having something to do and the sensation of doing that something is Ipi Ite As Likely to be matter of seeing As of tasting. In cases of this class the smoker being deprived of his accustom a evidence or no ans of enjoyment May be distress. Of course it is not alleged that a Man can not ascertain whether the Content of his pipe Are lighted when he to be in the dark. That would 1 Folly. Meanwhile the Experiment if Suth it can be called is Well calculated to draw attention to the economic quest a on How far the pleasure of smoking is Yvo ally imaginary. If it Lxi a suitable substitute for the expensive Cigar and wasteful pipe might be found in Sony Neman in t material of proper consist a i it Moidell into the i approved shape. It a Long Lieen a of Stein to some smokers Low other smokers could systematically smote bad cigars the mystery May w it la a pc he if it should turn but that tin fume a f the tobacco consumer Are not Halil. Or even \ n a a a Aei Cly firefly of her. I London Echo inventions following rapidly on each other Are daily rendering War move simple by placing More promptly destructive instruments in the hands of the combatants. Great Progress has recently been made in the methods of constructing out works and laying inter Nehmens. But every improvement in the direction of building up is immediately met by some equally efficacious plan of knocking Down and in Harmony with this principle the announcement is now Macle of a discovery which will materially arrest the Advance of offensive operations. This is the Lamarre fireball which practically abolishes the existence of night As a cover for military work. It is a projectile which can be shot to the it Lis Tance of any Ordinary Cannon Ball. On arriving at its destination in the midst of the enemy scamp it begins to Burn with a steady Brilliant Light illuminating the country around. While throwing its rays on the Camp of the enemy it i an not be extinguished because at regular intervals it throws out shells which would destroy any body of men who were rash enough to place themselves within its reach. While the Ball is burning the guns May lie directed on the newly constructed works and the result of several hours labor destroyed before Means of Protection can be adopted. A melting in the Dork. From i Anent the question has been asked Why a Man smoking a Pix should not be aware when the Candle is put out whether the tobacco is still burning. There is first the Point of fact. It May be questioned if any one really finds himself in the difficulty supposed. We believe under certain conditions the doubt Nav exist. The by by a . Troy times Twenty five years ago there lived in a certain neighbourhood in new Hampshire two Young persons whom we Shail Call John Cushing and Carrie True. A Strong attachment grew up Between the couple and for two or three years they billed and a cooed As lovers Are wont to do but for some a Ause they never United their fortunes in marriage. In time both made a Choice of partners for life Ami All lived in the same Village. Year quietly came and went and the two families were Friendly and neighbourly. Johns place of business caused him a a it daily pass to and fro the door of carried Home and he frequently called in task the health of the Lover of his Young years. One Winter evening on his return to his store from Tea he made his usual Call on Carrie but her Early Tea a made later than usual owing to some delay it her husband. However in a few minute he arrived with Friendly greeting from Carrie and John Cushing. Soon the husband and wife were seated at the table partaking of their repast White a Lively chit Chat was going on Between John Carrie and her better half hut carriers three year old boy whom John had weekly seen from the Empire infant on the floor to the lisping child broke up the merry a a venation and Friendship of the. T Trio by lisping out in a loud void a a papa Why Don t you like John co King he always kit is Mamma who Teo comes into the House a not a won r. S spoke my Only a flushed Irlam of n a it Mother to the child. The Sil Cne c a f death to a a the place of a merry a Oivo a station but the solemn and., Munoo g glances of the husband toward Carr o spoke the feelings of his heart. It a a in r than words. John Cushing had a o word of explanation to a�l\.�<�. He sat a few moments this reve lating Thunder Ludt and without uttering a word went out it get g a Loor never to Darken the threshold air Carrie lived a few years Ickens a a lied while her husband and John it u ill g never Spike to each Olur after lot eventful evening. The True moral of eventful tale is never kiss another a m wife outside her husband s presence. L it if you must break Over this moral Sei. O of propriety never kiss another Man a wife before a three Vear old Bov. For Tho a a w adage is that a a child will Tell tie truth and the truth is not very pleasing to lie spoken out at All times. The wave of pro peril. New Orleans times it takes a Long time to convince our people who have been for years struggling against adversity in every shape and form and whose fairest and a most reasonable Hopes have been doomed to bitter disappointment that the tide a turned that the commercial storm is Over and that from a Clear and cloudless sky the Sun of Prosperity is shining. The doubts induced by homies Long deferred cause them naturally to regard tie most cheering ii lha tons As deceitful and though i Shim Tegt believe they fear lest they May again to called upon to experience disappoint inn it. While this i a natural vet the time has now come when the indications arc so Plain to overwhelmingly convincing that no intelligent and reasoning Man a an longer permit himself to doubt that the country has emerged from its condition of stagnation and is now entering upon a career of a a a Meier dial Prosperity which will eclipse in its grandeur All previous epochs in our a a a. A some unprincipled dealers because they could see a few cents More profit have been guilty of offering worthless substitutes for the Only original and genuine Sulphur soap a Glenn s by name. Therefore the Public should guard against this deception and always ask for a a Glenn soap a by its full name and take no other. Read the following evidence from a highly respectable source Detroit mich., aug. 6, l�7j. C. N. Crittenton sir i have travelled for three years for messes. Of Harl a Scribner s sons publishers new York Ami desire to inform you that 1 have use your incomparable a a Glenn a Sulphur soap exclusively it it a about four years also Liao recommended it to very Many a a persons Ami my constant experience has been that it possesses All the medical advantages that you claim for it. All to whom i Nave recommended it say As Well As myself the t it deserves its established reputation As the Best and most efficacious Sulphur soap that can be used for All skin cleansing As will As toilet purposes. Some unprincipled drug store keepers have endeavoured to substitute other kinds of Sulphur soap of Glenn so saying they were a just As Good a but having myself tried other kinds 1 find none Are so go xxx or so beneficial As the genuine Sulphur soap stamped which also i have Learned to observe always bears the name of n. Crittenton proprietor a on the packet. Yours trill c. To. It rom Smolc Ere Are not always Large Consumers 1 Hose who suffer from nervous irritations itching uneasiness and the discomfort that follows from an enfeebled and disordered state of the system should take Ayers Sarsaparilla and cleanse the blood. Purge ref the Yvo >41 pm or go. T i a. A i put the lurking distemper that undermines a Weed. 1 lie Olien Loim a habit of health and constitutional vigor will return

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