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10/26/1878 - Atlantic County Library System
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The TWO
Orchards.
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~s~nm~..
ood from them at rag+n,.
~+n~nIJ M~a. Benedict.
~IM.tea,mamma,"sug-
b~,
h~d not dist~r~ed
the other
Sword~sh. In~, ,,.l~m~tha~
~mve?" than "¯~A:~n~ig::~
"-Gil+g’2"V~::;+~ " :-":-~+":+
t~eneek’++-~th~P~~
: J~A~+~t" /+ ~-++++++~+
~ to"~.eatDut
made
col-noting
it~_~
"+’i +’+++on
--+"--"kn°w
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mrs
_ . of unbleached
__to +m~---u""-~--’+~+°H~’~
=--~,tea ann
justharp°°ner
behind the.headj
and kfler : ~ ’e~°°+~d+~’s°~~l~Pm°-r~
~eenare.drlvennearlY
sent a hari~°n+ell
- aug!r thereis
¯ ..an homeThe
oth, and there-can re.no ve-~,~-.
_,,,_.,,
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darting about- and. churning the water
.
In c]psoni hts
_g it ....~s Impossible
-~m ,,A~dms~
butter,"
said.-Johnny, whowas
into a great+exPmme of f0am, :lt died.
~Hn~t g~%uth ~al=’~
A~rmed
!i~.e~.~
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- with
" " 1~I~+’ ~fHbl~ irl~rm~
¯ _under " them,
.ep
anu
~u©
w~
According-to!meazarement/.the]arger
f0urI~nce.ha,,
penny,~.We
quye.nHe9
theL~oni0ftl~
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--~+~-the never knownto forget the butter.
,+
aoT.mm.
t rather run me r++. _w,,- _ ,,~..,a~eaisosomestrewberrieson
swordflahmasured+fromthetipof~e
fromaix Wniner~ortedW:tlmt’xam’:
0r4,+a "
" +1ma~:fo:~
fiito~ than smother. In aome -’-J~--~--’~-tazza
"said :M2;Benedict, "
-sw°rd ~ the ex~.
bars within ~)ars ~ used, for ~he. ++m~:;n
~1orence, you will haveiv i~ feet.
the
~~one
el~.ty of the tall nearous, and I must ,y, for
~Uthat.I
wen’°rder~ele~°n-~°use"
The
tar-+saw+
d
+
++-do/th~~~
I,
ts
are
so
thick
mat
milli0ns
s
.r~aA
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" ~5 pounds. ~ parlor/
file
the persecuted
m~n_Is crawl-~h_~
them fl~(tJ,,w~t~nU~:h~
~°~ne;
which,
sKll
,emglna,
was
de,
e
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¯ Fleas, -Auexema--s
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his aLl
_..
cover.
:Nor is t"~-~hun
r6om, " where~rs
~Benedict~had.light~_~
was
only¯
few
lnbhea
short--and
a voted to dancing. In :+
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.
. es and ........
.ill
oeerflleB annuy
m~
never.saw
any atrong]iquo~
"-^sedof
a~amn, toawaitthe strawborrtee,
It fewpo,m~: lighter.
The Prtmmn.ceof room
w+s aJcirenlar
bar,.at s~ld, but; :+]Rbver~-]E~e~m
The soil teems to ve c o,-v-_ . _ _ ~:_-- ,.--n.
,,d Mr Benedict
the.swordfish
he¯X
the
enl~ance
¯0New
0f~n
as
pruden~
disbursement of ¯
a
as
.
the air seems to De maoe ol was a ~arb’e ~-7, --- --7" ~t~ork+bay
~
probably
an
indication
that
There
are thousands
that do
l/adOf.
provided
boxes.
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tflah.ta
and hundreds
not mentioned
while
W]~u]l
so ~utny
sCra.wberries.t~t
the arenot
natural f,~r
foe of
the whale,
and of +a mywinning
young
:lady ~ .~eiv
course
ttfourtook
the -glris
a ~grea
whai~l
liway,
for theaWordsixand
one-fourth
cents.~t in
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.: ~H~h~Tlm+
10w, went up, and fr0m.:uae ra~r nan.9 .d~ ~ her
do.
Of
course
there
are
days
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+ M ~! M
a strong wlnd gives the sports- nine 0’clook the family’¯at down to ~ Is probably_the only flah that.thewba]e exchange ~or one cent a wine-glass f!~I ’. ~ b d--q
comparative freedom, from tfie~ and ten o’clock when they rose fl~om dreads, In a duelbetween awnme ann. of egg-pop, the flavorof Wktch watem
¯ c~. And at s6ch ttmes,~t~he the ~ble, Mr. Benedict looked at .his a~sword~h, the result is ~noat~waYS m#.mouth to this day. ~he. d~ncing : !:i ; .i" "- ’ ¯ .
- " afo.rbg0neoon~U~t0n.in
favor ofth v0mmencedat~nearlyhour
wait .fcr them, he will ~nd such
watch
and think
said :.we will not go to the con+ lat~r, . .- .~
never
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" tdrnoc;n. and :was kept -up
- hours Of sleep he . - ~.,+.k/d+e~e,tn~.
as i n his
Anulta is already : " ~-+- - " ....
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to
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" - UI~B~I.aS ~he teathing s areW " -"-= : : .... ~ ....
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~" ,~a,c~i%~al~r ~,,t t~ ~, ,~,,ttrnt~ltl~.~0Iet-~W~’all
~..~,~’,a~L_~mm:/b~.ng
1’~ ~ ~ :~ ~e ~=~a=,alI~o~a~tk
i a~
~
t~e Oeneer~ ’ " "
jlrere~ldY."
. m :.-~antilaeteretl
~:-,~e.’um~e~’ p+: ~. w ’_~dnclDa]Lydo~eby~
+ ,~
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lt. ~ ~~ j~Rem ~..~ff-du~.~.~.!. ~
-_ x= ~rn~next . morningwhen.#ot~y.[
~nedShakers,,’hmeweePi_._ng
’_.~n
i
~e .:+a~
re. after thedol~.,~r~f
he S m!lNewoverthebluehiUsorJsastern
ere
twu othe r t~ll~-~en
~ewhole famt]Y had
nlitfleAnnitahad.b.ee,
" Pianne~tol~n ~,_"-.~
p rom~u~=_,
*~w~nt:totheIm~U
fonndoneofAnnita’s
"cow,
¯ .,+,llttak/mua
~ork
. . toi Lebanon
.._ +, :Sprmgs
[The~+e
analdumptsh
w
..-:girls---.:_:
’ the
~’
e ~ow~togo,
with " me.ft~cp.~_,
sum+dUg
up
~IShakervmage..
~ t~IsCn~g~a~+-Iprb,y
¯ and gracef.ul-yn°uT~
" +m-~__n,
"
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un" ILoo~ing,
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]part-all
tarSUg~++,:p ?
rtandingthatshewaswm+su~,a""lgroundneSrthepsature
earn .... +’"P-IleyaquletviHagonesnestmc~;-m°~ew.l]adles’
lup .her he~d and not _g.o~ a|e_e_P" [a,mobth,tvory face,.withouteY~,n°~e/ther~.!way:~.).~o.na’.~rr~~ng[,,’l’h~e who dan’eem.u~n :~-th~e:.
mtto
show them, all-:t~Ls,.ana~_ne[ormo~h¢
so s~e Jus~ _~a~_~lpreve~lto~etheoarvlng]~nue:
. " -~ ,Iposl-ofl~ce,anda,
f~mrY~wnere.u~emre~=~=[t~rt~br,-ffit-theena:~_~ourseshecoulddo
.On.~.ng o~ t~clot~es-)~]l~.hools’g
oh’~flreh,:a Ylll~gQ-:B~:a~UU_|dler"
wa~the= .!~:l~_oI.~l~_j~a_~:-
r-
You
may.akk
+hat
became+
of
~_
On
tim
~er
othe~d~cing’giris’ttme~-and
"JTheY
~ve~re
£rom~+tne
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cold ham. + Then the carving
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~ ~eere !
could not be found, and
" most
Fl°rev2e.
impregnable
the Indians
lsva who,
beds..
having
Such
n°chblcebe~are
ut member
abo
sove~ty,of the
aiad ~am~unity
since-he has
has ne~m.
l~en ane~khborhoe~.: of High Street,ana
tween death from starvation and fight- eaten menh dran~ tea .or coffee, or~:¯
nedict, who had been preparing
ohosen to fight, and such is
~Ulgennytheh"week’~aY~v~’u"
.
Jn which the potty warfare thisig bCrenger ~than . water ..orout to 10ok forR.
¯ are.the
Sugar,
cream,~ult
sod
bread
i
s...
One 0f them) lm/ir~:°~
,on.
moved, and,, evidentiZ h~ the
" W]~ole~om9 articles
of food .that
he
,
:mhl~
e~s a_v~Ided~d~+_.m~c,~e
,, forit waAnowhere:W"~l .t~en;
claims ]iaveig lvenhimheaith’strengtn
oil¯he best-order~famlH. ~ : - "
Annitahadtobe.~ound,
of~u=t
- -._
~xn~ou.
was undor the large2rtn
th0fron
" " -- " fe--a~+
~, dressinga dolly. ¯ , . . ! .. -+ The~ih|Utyof cartingony~=.and~nd
example]°~
H
ost ~ .+T~.ug~allth_emem~r~
.his: Jnflu+en~f~
These.- nowgaietieS"m~nopoHzed-bywith0
+~her~l" !
Put .weather predictions ~or mem~edee~the ~ommunlty live Inthe L~memann- cation clergymefi,
,’Where is the carving knife, .~nn. 1; ermnean and tt~ cho.re~ is discussm ~ er, and sickn~se is samost unknown, day morning till- Saturn. y noon,
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"-a~ual Florence,
Evans be~ ng the ]~ul~g spirit,
Yellmann, whq~ahow.s th~
usually
entertained
inhis
march.dpWe
watchegwha£the.ianow.
: [ ---~--~*=
in
"I Imow~where1~ is," said Alnita~ grcate~ eflicicn,cy can~ De o[
tthou~t looking ulna: ~
P.’- A d~xtption of. one" ram- ’’
" .la.We~2n
3Cu~opo. He ~ attention
-- ~-~--o 0f~gll and :thee"familY
with hia~staff,
thb.badge ox nm~ :
"WEBwbe~e?"~dd~ ~re nce.~Tell to thepo~iblllty
.of predicting
themu~,...,
.......
h .a.nd,atm~.el+e
and; presto°’©!°~k
t the flag°fllb~rtY
equic~dcar."
" - ---- .~ml6ns oL lgrmwh0ppe.rs°r .lootm.lm;
[t Y~.h6 ~t:sett]ement
is the same °gn’
+ashi’s
16we~d+
a-¯orenee," lt’s--onl
~td ~ t4b
a 1Lttle
gra kind
.+ Sprlng-Wlth
c¢ Rmt
southwest winds, rare - ca~- m ~s b-,~,+-,
r-.rely i "It which, leaving the Barbara in the . -- -et~i feature~ :as .that at the and-l~i~paratim~"m~$e~,
’Well~-~,.
~ i
> ,.. for_. :the-~lqew
other Shaker vilIag~, one ...
or wmcn
- +m
-. --’+hgta~d
. -,sa!dmth.+.
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up in’t~he garr~or dbWnin th+ eel- ried over Algeria-and Jmgyp~j ainu uu in-the nelghborh .o.<at of~th!s"-°t~ the :~-.
":
.-.
or e~ in more damage than .the soverest sb0.r~.
,, ¯no
",,slsters,’of~thisvflisge
or ohm outb]’
- " Ub~l+-oll~e~-:
.!..";
,+brethren
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frontyard o~ !
’ - :~jme
=h :.
" -...-. ". - . ¯ .--:*+:’-~-:Y
; A dninar duty_.hu been urged ~Y ur.
" Seen 6n* our s.treem,
have
lets
The ~gngilah
the wood prin." . . -. - ~ -" Paekaxdand othen upon ~ Signal
e0ntaln~"
everything ’comp
"Good giltelo~!
.
j~nnita,
do
+you
~$ervlee;
and
Ifi
this
conneeuon
It
m$_y
for
living
wifl~|n
~!L~
+~
~.~
and
on
the:way
he
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I can go Wall thcae placel tn be.well toeall attention -.to a theoretical, is held’in eommont)ma
:a~.: .el_oer ~an
a
and ~ waiting. Come’tnd explanation of the gra.~, hopper .migr~ e~dere~ control eVerything,hi: ~e.l~a+hu lately been Pr°I~l tly being m’ft~ the4~he~ ann mom- beneat-of +’.meflmm...
.
help me to find it."
lions which
.
b~bbei
~tnd
whtch -is said ~w explain ~_ ,,,.+ Other~ ~dng:bu~ children, Wh. 0
"But I’m ’fratd Charlotte
J
whip, he hutyied from the house; He people away from it, the more 1 a
- ,hair-on each
. ; side
.
of his head.
distinctly saw two young fellows under you are to haveit broken.~ ~ou know
one of’his trees, and having gained the the nature of boys as welted¯ I do~ and Be is a ’powe~*ul ybung man, but he
¯ road, he carefully crept down upon you know that harsh l~hguage "and /elk his strength beginning to fail, and
the other side of _thewall, until he had blovys will make many: who areby no knife,
he knewthat
that hehiscarried
only hope
was~lt.
in t~e
in his
H:
reached a point oppbsite to where the means wickedly ineltned,
do some let go of the bear with hislright~han
two boys, for boys they were, were fil- pretty dangero~ thingS- ~Now~no and.reached Tor the. knife, but found it
ling tfieir pockets with the fruit that ene tro uble~me. If an~ one wants a Was gone. Thrusting the empty
"few of
. my apples meat, I" give mem into the be~’s mo~th he
had fallen upotrthe ground,
"Aha ! my y(fung scampsI" shouted some; for I have plenty to spare while up for lost. The bear was mangling
¯ Green, aa he leaped the barrier, "l’ve they are growing and dropplng from the muscle of his arm in aterrible man’caughtye,.haveI?"
~nd as he spoke, thetTees, t take agreat deal of)real
ner, and would moo have killed, him
he seized one of the unluck~yout~hs by pleasure, too~ in doing so,for’I love to had not b dog thai was,with the-party
---~.:the collar, and commencedbeating h~-m see peoplehappy on my bounty;" " ease upon them. The .dog attacked
sos¯unmercifully.
.’-. - . "But some of them /pizened my the be~c fiercely-and compelIed him to
leaw his Victim, who .manages to
¯ "i’ll teach ye!" be’growled, shaking dog."
thee ryingboy. ~ ~ . _ - ~ ’..’few ~ "I can’t say that I wonder at that, Crawl upon his horse and ride -back to
where the l"est of the party-had stopped
" ’e|ther."
" O~ don’t ! :I omypicked up a
to skin the other bear,-When he
0, ] won’t-----"
"YSu won’t, won’t yeP No, rll be ’- "Well, I must say you have some reached them he was too weak to teli
bound you won’t. There, take that, strange notions of right and wrong," them what had happened. His friends.
said Green, in a bitter tone.
carried
him
home,
and that,
ands" .
Before the next word escaped his "I didn’t say 1 thought it was right.
managedto tell them he was not anxious
]tps, Mr. Green felt himself hit in the On the contrary, I think it was very to box with a bear soon again,
ilde. by a stonewhichhadbeenthrownforWr°ng’whatBUtpurposethen
yOUyou
mu~tremember.purchased
.the hunters went+ to look for the bear,
ned"
.
from the road by the boywhohad e.s- dog, and in what manner you t~
found that it I~l eaoaped.
caped.. The excited man let go..nm
".
that " he
.! w~s
._
. cm~,m~!b3, a sm~l~
: ++Oh’ that old don, wlmom
any he~ ~.-Aoo0rdlng
to mm~i~Iro~the.~~+~t~y+.+
.hOld-+and sprang forflne wall, OUt n: him. -I don’t wonder
- ’failed’to catch the nimble urchin-wn killed, for he has bitten s uumber
+, ..ot
ttl iMatdted hiram:and tn theittemp~ peopleslnce you hadhtm."
ldFlorisias~
"are-"
feeding
J.~S.
Ida
Rogers
steM,
says
~su~!Y,
that
while
!~.at-’he
or,nee.
Come
leOalong
orarms,
and
help
nokhe
L!~.
,"won’t
U
degt,
:1#,
)t61ne
d~y
atmmpbere+and
theoomfertable
grauh0px~/and
Im’ly+
:in~et
)in,.aaumn.
s:r~.,
ate0raer-#t0ne
.el¯=tlieh~
=belief;
An:
a~e
~eUlmtm,
:)~bk~a~
.t!~_
:AI!
ie leer ethe one he had e~ught. When " Mr. Green~woul~ have.made~om wasMr’
~anmp~e
pre
!,
equtrre,
on . + Annita slowly leo her I~Y and befarmer’, reached his house :he w.as further remixk, bu~at, th~+ momcntllof ton¯Ion¯ wu ~by a -.strange
teo ~ o r too ! !
aetlom~
In- I~n Wlook for the lmifewlth-Flor~ace,
¯
only enraged,:b0t really miser¯ore: attcnffon was arr~ted by the ~unt3~ the gr~..nd-whoee
and
"feeltng he hsd’chdri~hed +had voices from the path ~hat ran mong y ~ hlm~ He.appr0ached near,
tea W~i not mry ed, but soe!pg her ~- aitd in- either:earn ne
he"" ¯lull
apdhis
~levery~
thef0Untain
Ornery
galloffeeBng’
thebrock,--and
thinking+that
he+heardbitter,
h~own
name
menuene~l,
heli!teoed,thesquirrelap
" , - "
,unti~ I the aloo- J~a~ in the
aDM you know that some .10f:the
apptoseh.snake, aboutHethree anyone .half feet
. : hess. Bel~,~.he went to bed that
, at ones. -A few.-nflnutel htter,
" night beanh~dans¢io, rn that he would get b6ys broke onelof old Oreen~s treed long, in f~nt o~.l~eJglulr~L ’ ~ no~:being
a [mar-trap ~ it In his orchard,
"
last nJghtP’ named one .of
the
unseen
tined
that
the
~luirrel
_ ,$Fh&a~
. CanI have a "w-of your,
talkers.
:
ti~ snslm.:
:
sir?" asked a t~v¢~: of Mr.,
"No; didthey?"-’ - "
-- The appne~t ..was -,,
,yes~and~wslkedoffsdtbm°te
than
a
Immhel
o/I~
bl~applm’
b~dd,."n~e~r ’t~end.oh~ehar~dd°W~i~ ere the
+I’m
,,
lgad,.
farmer was ,t-work.
61d
+,,,,_ ~- . ; ; ,way,,
~ti~ tO-lpve ~ .~-
:~ ¯lie orehard of Mr.
o~
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+lag still
d
"-
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+ begolng. Jtsge~ t; .
.
,].,+ it.’¯
enough to make one rum a~ ,, "
"
_ " .Tkerewasa brlghtteartn theeye o~
¯[, ,,,~o One.hastroabled
"=me.
mad "
,, Well, thats ’
curious ¯ _They’re
. - Mr.qWatta, as he turned- to jooxutm.n¯
""ltts
ct~a~.ous;,, :tmmW,~. the
_ . wife
~ ¯
°w
g
l’mshre~"an’t~eln~it’.~,
rompin aroundmy orchard
atmo~
" ¯
" hiseompanion. " ""
"
. "an
.___d
,
" .-Ap.3.L.~t++,, ,might>o r Watts orch.aro~..every
mght.. ~ast. +Jight they ~U~I ,,Prank Greyt" murmured Green,
II ~That’s just what puzzles me. a.neYlspoiled oneofthe bestgrafLsl’ve got-lwhilehtsfacesh0wedthemortLflcatlon
.
"
II ~ trouble his ~uit at ~11, a.na n,e:llwouldn, t have taken twenty doll..a:rslhe
felt. .
|[ ~’tgot .e~y dog, etther; and w~at Slfor,lt..Oh,
just let me.eaCh ’eln..at.lt,[
"Vh,~I~L~on that had thus been given
II I ~-his fruit issome of itbe~ter than/that,sail!,,
¯
¯
-- I._~.~.=’f~ar_w~ffi
not lost upon him.
t~. aus~]er
"W’Dat~<oul~yo u oo’~’
"
:
~-~’~
minher
ow little chalr,..ann ~a* ~.~[.
,
him
too forc3bly~
too
~,~.:d]d~ou,twasonlyalittle~n00
¯~nd’more exposed,
orailsortswere~L~repa~rea_.!rom~inere~
.
It had struck
.
.
_ _ ~negro
j ge frOm
¯ "~ te|tl~etr
’...t.~f,Satd
-"
,Annlta
...... ....
the-corn~¢
f
~ "’~
-sailor¯walked:up
.+- -fiddler in?toUle.W:mr~’n~ea
II _m~..,dstoo
tam,__,-~..~.~-ba
f the m,that ’s tallelse
rives: ,em’wiLhin
" ¯ [--mos-y"tl arntca , onb w6ula"Ud
te~l~tll~~
+.~,
~ .of
, ....
II
Ltohoneo
.J ,,,m,e.~
inch
ol~.._~_-,A~,~_for~uen,
th~kLudue~
an
~
.
"
Hta ;umntmrul~again..
/’Ulm ~z,[~l~ r ~
II
/
........
t.~ ,, said Mrs./’. " ~. -~,,,
: 1~’2:* .w ~_ _ -’--~ ~.’..~t.an~
and
I++,’- ~,~11in ~nassinz up-the hllEside ~Ol.~m-and ~3aced fourpenc~-ha:Pe .nI~.
!- .~rhe3mmao~Xamam~ "
la°my tm -+mm-+--~----"~--~o~talitv
’.-’~’~’1 b ~,u~ 1’re had abLrfday,] ....
- " mey
--run--’
’1~ .~--er ~’ttlement-InthisVaileYl~TK{~hand:at
Which-he.bowed;drew
¢
Yuu/ -,--A:[cou.
forvearance
anua gem:run=
~sV°Jk~
++
/ ,,,thou I dou’t.wonuer
-¢~men..lor__r_ ~e ,mew~,,- r
"
woo
" /t’~
.....
"
unoer"
OI"-~’_o~.-~.-gii~
D’ttut.I*~--"
~*]or-’~’bile ~tuu#
.... ~-~.~t4"
~x.,
a~"
~’ttl
"
~
"
J,nu|anS""
Ilm.notalmby
.
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The]gannook;
or
~nage
"
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.
IMother
Ahn,
the
1"o
:
..=+
Iht~bow
.and
prelmreU."
.,:±-.+~t~:
"
withh’,is means,-~ ~ " :_...
" _ _ ’.o~’-frult~" ~^-’ What ~.do you/ commensurate
~
:"
ammmamm.m~
"
"
"
" some tt~
; (,Y,~’ather!’"
exclaimed one of t.helofY,~
, .....
|utAnnitadidnotgototnec°n_c~,~are
committing ~t~ of hosmttY.m/ers ", wandered a~out
morelThe .dancing
cons _h~
""
of+u~.~_~,
~.I U+L¯
~
"
¯ ~~.
+
i |
.anyofthe
family.
I
mink
they|muth-eastern]dah~aresoareelyw~ny|thana.hundredyears;ananere~amue*|sai~r-like]dcking¯~fmeneem~p~
¯ +boys, who+ came ~unnin~ ,.¯to tne]__=_~on ~+ -+~
J"~-~" "~--’"~
"
house ,Towser’s aeao. aus~ as ~,, [mc~-,
/: "*’a~"vuu ,re
uld We gone if Anntta" had notltf thename of.atribe.
There.sremU’lj Tilden was born, a~q his b_rome~ Ihis fcmaiepartner¯
the feel se!W~.fuu_g:
¯ ....
|
"Imean
stmp]ytmS
.~n
".,
__|
"." ............
ao,~ud,,les
that aftnrn6on,or.iftumrous
bands, from tnn- to fifty In[still
live and distil .ker_~s, and tnelr[them, nor0idInotie,
anymeJPem.cto.u
-_,~ii~lo~t’"
J
hunting-on
~o~eh.acg,
a.
yuu-s- an,
m=~......
-.- ent
" " --,7~’~
| takin~~ +hut the course to .-Drug me
"~.~.
~
___a
..~o~:
visited knives1
-.~.~, w~mderln~
through the
coun:] bmt;~ua~o~_ ......
~~ be found
in . every drugL.~;~.d
,~ the
vmrt
of the ]atte~
" ~+’~ -,,
""
~,+~,,~-,
"
~--- ;:ols
+- .
¯ ~-~-,, I ~Recenuy several
.
.
.~--ffi.~+-.
~wnen
,,y__~
nau
no~
u,cu
=u:+.+-j,
,
.
.... ---+~-etable ortf they had[., and snt~istln~ upon roots and ber’|,t,~+intheceunt+~r
Along this shady. [’~o contrarv, theirdu~l, downoastfeat
, |venge of.those’voys
dow~upQn you., |ou~
,,Tes. outin the¯heal."
An oath escaped from Green’s~PS ~ [ ,Andso, Isuppose, you w°uidhave[ucarW~liear~j:e~s~h~SfsTd~e~nl;~oaa~m;
~eaT;trawberfles for tea.
|~.~,andflshi
ltis esclma.tedthatn°t[ro~ad-havetraveled
many men whbse[~resmig~’~avedone
hone~zaan-iu~
" helea ed from his chair anan. asteneujl mebu them off--that is, pay them for. "lington T .
,,_:’~ .... ~
,-_OU~,Anmm~u~"
;_ ........ ~a
~o~
be .cured
|note
thanfive.... hundred- are flghttng.l_.~es
are .as famiilar
as househ°ld
I:-.*---meefln*,
- A~ the
u-is3-ofa
Y’
Y
.
u~,,~
.
-:
tluuj
++"
.
~
.-.. . .. girl
.f
+"
P /
Y
L
_ .... up,,]upontwon ug ebears
_.j ......Theyaur~u
totheshed ¯ Therehef°undhlsd°g--Jnotsteallng?"
-P+<......
~-.-,
,,mmewIll
cu~l-en
andtheyhavehutfewh°rses’andl+-rds"
Bors~
+Greely,--Edwin
~l.l++rou~rhtfromanorth-enddancehaH-0
~,
¯
o/~l~aKIng
muu
pme.
"
"
’
"~
’
"
"
"
:
"
"
"
ht
on
+
"
em
and
SlJCCee(le(I
3n
KllJing
uu©,
uu.
the
--+
+
"
"
’"
"
’
’
"
ous
-~’
that sensible
ms4~istrg~
mat he....had boug "+I "Oh, no, you don ,t understa nume "[th ...........
. ._-+.,,__
_. _to ’[s~tonund man ~othersnolessfam
’Ithat
city,+.
....
.
. ....
~-k+~mberand~assed --’-~,, ~L+ddherfathercontentedly,hunt:[m’e~arln/er° l r in manyrespects
+~
" ".
+
::
.:+
_
w&tve, ~ake~fl0thes and mendS" wash,
"
~ile~te~
o~~
.
"
_
....
do-not thiJ~kth~eir
helpwou!dever .hays
ir~, cook, make bed~," cle&n h0u~., a "
r~ort~ in bummer.
found "anything,
for Sam had new ’The lookout .o~he Bounding neg, er-~nding round of duties for men ~,
;:ie
ediWriaistd’fmahion
~~ ~~
ta ought to be a. Summerpars- boots and had W lookat’them most of Blll0w, aOloueestermaekerelsohooner,
~n~l’w0mem ’£heir o~lyreeratton
ap- axe otten +~telligible =t~ Olli+~+alT i
sportsmen. But there are. the time, and HenrY, whose name was lying-to about~0mtle~offthelight~ntp,
~ars to be in their meetings, at which- +eaders owaT~un~ of the ~~(
The dirts black ~Ith mos- Wllliam Henry Harrison; and who was New.~ork harbor, stgl~_ zWOMack o1~ all al)pear.in clean linen and smoothly- Frenchwltli~hich they are in! ~ ;:
, and sw~s o.f ¯andrea annoy o be a celebrity, turned ~u.nct aZ jeetB~eeinlnglydrtftingloge~olosoup0n
combed hair, the men having th ,eAr .ha~_ -" terme;lol-aiwa~:clcar~Gii~
~’--.wl~tier. Jiggers are not unknown. ¯ ouna in’thegarden walk and scratcn the weather bow. These obJeet~ drifted ’,banged" and e~monwearingctose understand the FrenCh, tad u ~olly~
m over meanIng to theae who do ~ff- For
of all sizes, and colors, and decil- ~is head¯ "][’hat "Was the way he aI- neare~, and then the lookout saw caps ~w~th ~.w]~ite,~Peinted-cal.
red bugs burrow in a man’s ~ays hunted his haL¯
they~were monster swordfish, far out Ol their shoulders. The~-menmarch into benefit of retch the
Scorpions visit his tent, ar.d
-’hail~nmeeCing nigh¯in Sing]eflle 0f those terms most freqhenU~
ltwunotlong before 3Lr. ]Benedict their latitude.
~ney were basking mo¯ at another, lmen prepexed~
snakes may lie in wait for ~ame In-through the front gate bring- .tionles8 in¯he sun. A boat
one door, and the women
exaggeration can-equal, the ing with him some boxes of atrawber- and was soon wtthm is few
Ba~alev~f,~r.
SweePet-’-The
forming ~tn rows, facing each other\in
mmflln or al~k~ft
the .mosquitoes. :Natives ~es for te~. These he put down onUe the Swordfish. The harpooner hRrlbd the middle of the floor. A few remar!~s
they have raised their -guns dasza, ln order Whelp the rest w~ind his harpoonwith unerring aim.at ti~.) made by the elder and elders¯a, the
of
~he-trk~
o ~~
"¯ ~- : ~: --:’~+:
and the ~ars~e ls- and sight ;hekntfe..
OfcoureeeverybodTlooked smailerswordflsh.;rhekcenst~Asa):~:
_ substance .of-which is that they have
before they could get ,n the same Epot. Annita add Florence deed into its body. i With one~l~Of labored all day; and.that ’.qsbor Is ~worTurtle Mound"I have landed went out ~ abate spot on the north its "tall,
Which m much like~ three- ship."-Then two d~ three w0mencom-Bourette,(~
~n mosquitoes rise like a clOud side of the house Where the bakery bladed propelIer, the:swordfish darted mence~inging, the other~R~irChtngin
~mgut~.threJis
of;:
h me. In ten seconds my was .generally
located, hunted ~ away, ]caVing a wake of foam.. The a circie while the s3ngdrs remain etain a~:: .....
tionary
in
the
middle
Of
the
floor,
those
s~
there
were so covered that my comcould not disflngu~h the ¯ color, Then
fuUy,Mrs.
but the
knife was
not tohow
be boa¯until
seen. harp~ner’s’line
whizzed
_
Benedict,
knowing
thirty-five
fathom~ out_
hadgo~e
marching lifting
np and dropping :Were!Woven:bf0dd~imd~eitd/~’i =~ ::.:-~/
’
hours lying on the
ea~lessly the children aiwayb looked, Then there was a sudden ~Wp.; ~ome of t~.. eir handsJm a mo~otqnous sort of
~o]Jowed them. ~r. ]~tenedi~l;
vould the er~lpm to e~ngratulate
them- war. When the sin~dng st°i~:thema"
~°ulU° ’~-A Imfitn- k:l~--°nal
sand bars.with
-:..-~¶---=:’
abovewater. :.
n¢¢thinkofmav place
else
to
look,
so
selves
on
tho’doaU~
0f
the
.sword
t~h,
chinery: is" brought
+"
" to astand, ali-~aqin, g ruing-- - .......
been
known-to run round a cabin the
all he followed his wtfe. Then Sam and buttheherp0oner.¢He~lout:"J~ookqut;
! g
nlght~0ng~oclearthemsolvesrr°m
other.of u ,,experlence
before. Thenmeeting,’,
commen_c~.on-theMl_m,_
Cuirsm--Aelmefltt~.
thinking .there must be some he’a coming!" The: swordfish, darted eadh
~. sort
| ....
insects..Horses
on the seafor ever~.’]~)dy looking there,-dlreetlyforthebo:~of
theboa~. Tbe any.one6f.the:brethrenor ststerstslkagloveail.ro~
d~._:-:::..
:.-- _:.-:+::,+~i~:~:
-~kpestered that they fre"" ~eand lookefl-to.
So it happened-Crew ~ked water, but unsv~umg,y, lug, as thesplrit
d!ctates.--;B
.1"9 °k]yn -~3o~’.J~+ -~’~.: ~i " .....
"
.
.
_
.
.C~ul~.
........
broakloo~ and run intothe. thlt the whole family lm .ffan t/> follow The swort~of me flshple reed the tl~ick Argu~..-.
+"
-.:----’--"’~"--’---’~eds for miles without stopping
cluster together at night" for mu" etch°¯herin actrcle’hunttng°verme waso~kenplank~ngoftheboata~thoughlt
tissue paper, ~ndthebO+~t Carcened
~ old’J~uthamed ~*~te~len" "
and those onthe Out- l~lmtplaees.
" "
......
ix, A,t seven o’clock
Mr. Benedic~l°°k°ed
~tll
the walter
poured in. Thehax--zlecflon
da~; sixty ~ y_.ears
: ])emi-~&
till broada dsylightln
..mecentral
lXmflaon.darktoflnd
a th~watohA he knife
" " " witha]~atchetheeh0p#off-tne.!~.
"
"t
" pconer ~maped~y
Jumph~.lrd! ,,TheStax-Spang-ledBauner,"
ago, was aearnivalol’.four ~-+ Ke~, .osth
F~llie+"/mite,
.(l~ron0mteed
-" themorn
..ltisnowWo
" ~,,t~hn+o
to obtain_.
.flyfromtneroostm
,,7 wkkout a lantern; and ours we lent to of,tim aword protruding throug~the wh’He-~risoner0n ])oardtu/.Y.~aglisl/
thloktdlk;.-+ " :---+-’;.+.
:.: ..... +
~riven
snow.
"~’.ne]~__,~,e
to" "supper..,!
said It ~isd, Thlaflurry,
strangely’enough
up to.the flag at Fort~cHenry,:
stg - or~worn over-the~
ith
oombs,
le~s
andtoes
as. --- " =--mwmCeoraw
~--’o-" rr=""V°blastinweek
n -,+Thenietusg0.
, ._ sl~e, and then hehacked the~ish~ntli
c0rvette,
did not m0re anxlously-l~k : Fl~umA 8mail ~ti~’i+~
1over to pick up a few, not noticing that the sheep-shelL ,,You remember my
brother Frank?"the owner was near.
’! Yes."
"Good day,sir," sald Mr:. Watts, ap"And don’t’you remember, ten years
"Thmm’e
¯ beautiful Isle mthe great Sea of
vm~.] proaching the .spot. "Are you travelwhen he was a boy, how he saved
Green’s life. Green had got into the
With mountains of beauty, Jmd val]e~ suMtme. lng. sir ?"
mud-pond, and had already sunk up
" Where Pm+e reigns ~preme over ~ and ","Yes, sir," returned the stranger.
"I suppose a little good fruit must be to his chin, and every movement-he
e--pleasant such a day as this, especially
to free h|n~self only sank him
TiJthebe~utt..~]
]Jdeof Content.
Withpeacefor its motto,ill elbihms dove" if one is weary. Just step this way, deeper. He had gone out upon a .log
With Hopefor il~ watehwo~eml~ioaed
Here are some much better than to: get a duck that he had shot and
t,uo+~]sir¯
those." Ands¯he spoke Watt¯picked
slipped Off. There was no way t~r~ch
Thehours
~ead¯wJyin ¯ viaton of love
up his two hands full and extended him, and no one dared venture after
In ~ glori0ua Isle of OontenL
them to the traveler. "
him. He cr~ed and groaned for help.
A tamptroth°ha ~ is theOeelm of life,
"You are too generous," exclaimed His mouth was soon under-the mud,
Where
the WarmmadlybreCttn tlmir.bi.Uowy the+. man, as .he thankfully took the and in a momsnt moi-e his nostrils
emfe:
proffered fruit.
Y’~e
wuuld be under, too. His power to
But beyoudthe wild ~e where oonfuaion la
a per- cr~ for help was gone, and Just as we
"Oh,
no,
s’l~.
I
van
ne
rife
I have
toseeh~m dlsappe.ar=Frank
the p~a~-hsllowedIsle of Con¯auk son want for a little fruit one of the -expected
came running down-he¯n~d started
The winds of Ambitionsweep o~er the ma~ an abundance. That is
Thehead3and,of ~wemust in dsmgerbe put; greatest sources of enjoyment my abun- from the b0use a~ soon as Green feb in
Butfirmat the helm,
andwe’ll a~hozat laat dance gives me---to minister, tO the ~-~nd threw off his clothes, and then
In theharbor
of p~ful Content.
wants of others¯"
a m~ t~ help
him-t~o
¯ long
board out upon the soft add. w~ Then be
"Then
yours/mus~be
a
happy
heart."
H~ m~uy, tu voy~tng over ~ m~m,
gave the end of a long rope he had got
~srn out.from the channel ~ewbe¯hUmto
~t e i:r:virel:r
soon resumedhis Jour- to tl~e men whohad collected on the
ney, and the farmer again tur~+ed to shore, and taking the other end he ran
nut founderat last amidsorrowm~d
out upon the board, then jumped upon
:Far swayfromthe Isleof Content.
hie work.
Theglitt~ of we,dab,gleamingbright .o’er the
"Mr. Watts," cried a little voice on the log,.and then sprang out towhere
wave~
the.other side of the wall, "mayn’t ] Green was sinking. He soon made the
~-~,~ iarm iD its wakemanystorm-driven
rope fast under Green’s arms, and then,
[atsve~] oomeover and get an apple ?"
"Certainly mY"little
man--jUst as hanging on to -the bight, he sang out
Who
follow in hlindneee to fathom]msgraven, many as you want." And~ so sayLng for those on shore to haul in. Green’S
gainin8the I~le of Content.
the kind man stepped to the wall and life was saved."
"~es; l’veheard 0f ltoften;
and l
assisted the urchin--a boy ef some
tuber it too, for I was quite a bey
twelve years ~ into the orchard,
the time."
"There; now pick some up. Where is
: "Well, W-day Frank came home.
your brother, John?",,
He will I He had been gone to Canada for more
Solomon Watts and Stephen Green ¯ "-He’¯ plowing, sir.
Ithan nlneyears.
Hocame by where
,.Then carryalewtohi,
m.
were two well-to-do farmers, and they
"
~
Green
was
a[
work,and asked him for
Jke
them
if
he
is
at
work..
both owned good orchards. Their fruit
"~’es
Mr---~n’
ill¯ell
h~m
you
sen¯Is
app3e,
and
just
think, the old
was mostly of a choice kind, and not
n
. - | wretch
turned him away without.glv- .
/
ouly found a ready market but com- ’em sir "
lease a nt t at," re./lug
himeven one¯ Of course,Green
,,’ ust
mand~da high price. One thing vexed
Mr. Green exceedingly, and was a con- turned Mr. W,~tts, witha ’smi]~ and he didn’t re.cognizehim, and Frank didn"t
tinual source" of annoyance. ~’o sooner .once more resumed his w.ork, and the The
thenoldchoose
to make
skinflint
mustht[nself
feel niceknown.
when
did his fruit begin to ripen, on his trees boy trotted .off with his hat fulI of aI)- he finds out who It was he turned
than nocturnal and’dlurna] marauders plea.
"
That evening Watts and Green met. away."
commenced petty depredations on his
"l~should .think so," returned the
was in a small shed belonging to the
choicest ~rafts.
other.
~
.former,
standing
at
some
distance
¯ "It is very. strange,"
muttered
,aBut
MX.
Watts
gave
him
as many
Green to his wife, "that those scamps from the house, .and used in time Of as _~iwanted," continued young
Grey.
washing
sheep,
there
being
a
brook
will continue to rob my orchard so.
"
~
:
,
Tl~..3%+Watts
is
a
noble
man."
running
by
it.’
¯ Only night before last ~ld Towser tore
"That he is’. - ~0u wouldn’t
the clothes nearly ’all off.from one of ¯ .’ Watts," said Green, "~aven’t them
of
infernal
scamps
tronbled
.3our
orchard
any
one robbing his orchard.
¯
.
" the ~lllians, and from the marks
there
~n’taboy
within.twenty
blood that I found on th.e fence,
thisseason~"
.
got ,, 3~hat scare s ~’’ quietly asked Of here that would do h!m. harm,
should think - somel~)dY must.have
+/
....n an. thin
"e
tlmt ....~eJon~~t.’s
.P "
~" botner
.: ¯me la.y
Y: .g
severel~- ,-bitten;andyetlast|~i~htB°m
*~-o ,,rchard aLraln..] de-Watts."
,,xvh~ thnae" fellows
that
tohim, ahando
without permisa|on,
t.,.~,+=-
/
o
~
w--
t
SATI
:
"
;"
mm:+l. 0Pe: Y+, h m,i
1
"-t.
~. ’.-.: ~¢
-
~’~r Qd neai~.i
"
:imd~tlm.
glad
......
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-+: :+-.... :==z
l~ruutt~u::~’-:-: ~- - i. +~+
.+.. . .7.
.~.. . -~ . . "-: ,._.
.-+-
-. .’- /~- . .
.. -
÷:.:
,
.;.i:’.
~
- ~-
.:: .-.¯
~
. : i, re--.I,e==l~e=.-:
..... "
~~o~ S~m~A~ Oct. ~4. 2&.m~i~’~aa: The lalme o.’f_ ~nothertWO
pleasure ofl~l~eting a iar~ numl~er of I~.. ’ t,ter~t to ~me 0fyortr rea~lb~ to have a
" pvnL.’mmo ~m]slr S~T~aAY AT :
.
r
publicans-Ill various poll, ions of the ¢olnlty, ~brief account of what has been¯ transpiring
"S Laadlng lantle Co, N, J, andwec~. truthfully say that perlmp~.~n,ver i ln this village of Ours siuee mylast letter¯
more. earnest penfiington.:and ~-icln;typre~ntsqnitea
WM;C, TAYLOR,i:
than it w.
is at,,etlie
f°re"
of ~e has
Consdl-.g- Canton.-’..
tnfor~~unlnitl~d,
It
.)~eing the amountnf yellow-fe~er-subtint all v~els reported in
i-t~J~e~ in’that clty, m~!from/tim
,ran are elfl|er
ownl~dormznued
by
of
the Uni’ted 8tate~ An -P~tnee
’
county, men’:].
fn gold, being the thl .~1 instalment of
J Fisher,:~Caml~
at Phi’la. 18th
shbscr|ptions.
~
Wilmington..
~ .
yer
stove
put
up, eh P’ satd ScrogRichard Vaux/~arrett,
ht~ Philo.
from Boston,
"
withe thts mornlng.
Sehoondrscleared -atPhila¯
i t ? Trot it out. - I’m .ready,
t it blackened first I Weli,i -~p’t do
D Small, Warwick, for :New Haven.
hat.rllpulitup,.but
damfile
cle~i~itP’
Corson, for Boston,
.,(,,Lightnin~
~ever
strikes
~wlco
in-the
Steelman, forGalveston.
’~
~me place,bemuseIt dosen’tneed tQ,
¯ Anna E Ketehum, Ketchhm, at Del- "I~"same
holdsgoodwithregatta,
to theman
akwa~r 18th lust:
continually
wants to borrow ~j~
nna E Babcock, Lee, sailedfrom
no use striking twtce in-the s~meplace.
Breakwater 18th inst. "
’~General
Sherman says he never knew of -.
A S~ribner,
--, passed ~]own
the condition of the arfi3y.belng so ~atlsfac-.
for ~ewc~t]e¯
Kate ]lbmmei, J~ffrles, passed down tory as now.: All branch~ of it are tn acforNewcastle.
-cord, the ~est possible fee~.ing exist.h]gamo.ng
SalHe ~V :Kay, ~onghty, passed down the 0fficer~ and the character of the men
-forNewcastle. ¯
all that could be deslrecL
:E Ludlam,Ludlam,at :Boston ~’DTE FOR ~,’ "~. ]3. ~OORE FOR
from Philo.
811XRI~F.
A H ~Edward~ Bartleth at Wareham
Awidower had five grown daughters who
from Philo.
Schooners Cleaved at Charles- wouldn’t let him take a ~econd wife. :He
gave:hp the wife but bought a s~vag;e dog,
h inst :
°
andpow wonk allow a man to cro~ his
Russell, Smith, for :Phil~
steelman, for Weymouth.
door~sl]l. If he ean’tmarry, tha~rissh’an’t,
he says.
.Clark! Bartlett, for Baltimore
¯ ,Aat.’~m nr.~em~.
present time. , Tim beautlfui ap~s~-ance; the trees along the
dis~atisfaction and disappointment that streets are tinted w|th every variety of color,
generally follows ¯ long mid well-coutes~d and~the ridge of ’mountains, about a mile
t~mpaigu for the nominations bsv a in a away, e;~ viewcd.-flp~he Seminary, s.eez/is
great degree passed away, ami FIIU~ lndi- li[e one vast flower b-a]~en ; nor Is viewing
among’ this
caflorm are that Atlantic conuty ~illgo-Re- mo~ pleasant thou strolling
publican by an inc~ased maj:or|ty. After wca~tlt, of dal~pled .beauty. Manyof.the
,the rexultof the" Cm, vention had be~ome students tperM part of their Baturdays seekknown, we then said that ne~ez~ before had ing pleasure tn the lat[er way, and the ladies
the’ party placed in nomln~ibn ¯ better
too, under the ~mrge of teachers/m~ glad
ticket and one more worthy the active and to relieve themselves from the severity of
seminary" duties, occaslonal[y go out and
earnest
support Of the Republicans, .. _
The clear,
logical, ringing speeche~ of our ¯ ~tther nnts, and gaily cob)red leaves, and
-I
candid~e for Congre~ are in striking con apples too when found growing wild(?).
The community, is quite astir with an InIrast with the commonplatitudes and s~meIn a.series.of extra meetings,
times maudlin harangues tint our people tenseinterest
have too frequently been compelled to hear commencedrecently by the Rev. :Mx. Lippincott, pastdr o’f the Methodist church’.
from candidate~ for that important .]position.
~
from[other
Dr. l"vo~, alwayspopular with the mam~ AS he is assisted by clergymen
sec~ons,
we have a variety of ministerial"
is constantly increasing his hold upon their.
aff~-tlbn.~ and all admit th~ In him the talent. There’is a marked seriousness per.
District will again be repaes~nted by one of vading the schoo],"and, it is thdugh~ these
may resultingreat
good.
tlm ablegmembersof tha~ body¯ His ur meetings
bani
his aoclai,genialdispositLon,
h~ . .A 13ewfeature in the ~emlnaxyis a spellty’
~tarr, Burton, at Brnns. ¯ "Willthe be2[who threwthat ~pperon
"
"" ~" ~is: fng match, heldevery Thursday at half-past
Sayaunah.
the stove-]~lease come up here ..ahd get a
earneeh frank demeanor, as well ~ n
axe expected
to be
J B Clayton, G~fford, at’Phila, lath Ixres~tbf a’nice book F" sald a Sundayqualifications for the high honor to which three.All theStudents
Fall River.
be asplre~ have made him hosts of friend~ presentan~ take part in :these
school ~uperlntondent
In Iowa; but the
fdllowlng
~Schooners
c]~red at Phi]a.boy never moved, lie was a far-seel~g boy,
which am quite entertai~ng
as well. as
With
every
confidence
in
what
we
assert
we
OTMAY’8
I,&]lqD]5’~G.
|at"
¯ ssurethe Re~blieans of Atlantic
countypro~t~ble.
~*lm iron interest is mptdly improving and
;ton, Gifford, f0r Appon~ug.
Dr.
Hanlon
has
organized
¯
vlsit]ng
cornthe t~lle forges in Pennsylvania will soon be
that J. HOWARD
PUGH’wil] be re-elected
Kay, Conover, for :Boston.
b~ one of th.e largest majorhiegever cast for mitre% consisting of three gentie men, to
starting up afre,h.Everything
has an enj. j. GAR~~fAtlant~e City ; ..
le S Derby, Naylor," for Boston.
a representative for Congress in this Dis- visit the different departments every Thurs.
eom-a~ng look ahead and noone now denl~
eliAS. B. THQ.mYSO~,
of~lwood;
day while the classes are ~ing. His purthat the times are improving¯
tdct.
pose
!n thisis caref~ly
to observe whether
laware Breakwater 19th insb for
_ AMBR0~ET’A~COAST,of Buen ~s. ta.
For the Legislature,.CAPTAINJAMES
. Olive.Lo~- recently,
rolledDomlnick
jF_2’]ZRIF_~
the nomineeof the Republi.teachersand studentsare doingthorough
.:Murray
¯
sensational
actor."
He has anTaylor & Mathis, Cheeseman, passed
-The Atl~ntid City Time, says Dr. D. B~ C~nS, Is ¯ waterman, and as--that honest work. This stimulates the student togreater
sweredherhy sayingthatbe is ai~ntleman~
:#castle
39t~
inst.
Iogersol~ madean excellent pr~iding, officer. clamaxelargely
represented
Inthiscounty~effort, and is.d~stined in the end to inspi:re
¯ . J S 5hind]er, Lee, passed downfrom an4 that be admires her hec~use of her un-.
and
they will gofer .the gallant Cal~ain to a tim with mor~ zeal in preparation
19th inst.
limited cheek..
""
more confidehce in th~ rvcitatio~i |room.
r, B. MOORE
The Republ tcan’~xeeutive
Committee man, We know we but expressthe uni(2 C Wishart, Carl,sailed from -VOTE FOR M. 3
Theregular
exercises
of lastFridayevenat Egg Harbpr on" Saturday~ but with- versal sentiment, wherever the Captain is
L~er17rlf inst. foi Phila.
interestitlg,
and
tra.n~ti_ng any buelness .adjotmaed known,in sayingthat he enjoys the confi-ing in thechapelwere.very
S Dryafit, Le.~ sailed from Gardl.
’r.h inst. for Pi~ila.
. .
""
to-day.
the
attendance
quite
ledge,
although
the
raiu
denceand esteemof Ml--whether
Democrat
deprlved:ns
of
the
ai~’ays
welcome
presence
r. L Q C Wishart, Cox1, sailedfrom
or Republican.
He willmakean able,con"om t~e vil]~e. At the close
l~th inst. for Phila.
- .
.
.faithful
legislator.
Ofhiselec-.C~ theI~p|e~;
A votecastfor Collins, If be remains
In scientious,
~f the entertainmen~ the I~v. Dr. Fernly~
r. A D Scull, Frambe%at Porismo.uth
tl.efield,
is¯ voteeastforAbbott.
Collins’
tionthere
Is,not
theshadow
of a doubt.
i~st.
fr0MPhila.
e~. the :Philadelphia conference, delivered a l’/th
ob~eelis ~lsorganizezhe party. W’ote the
"
Sc.h~.
I,
"V"Rose~
Allen~
at:Portsmouth
17th
" " :~"
ttralght
Republican ticket.
atl)resent a Justice - of ~e Peace, and re- short address, in which he expressed his inst. frum Phila.
.
stdtngin May’s Landing. He is the oldest admiration of the appear.ance of the Semb Scl~r. Bebaeca Shepherd, Cranmer; ~ Bee/ ~e Jc~ph B. Collins, in a card announ, son of the late Hen. Wm. :Moore,who st) nary, and his sat-israel, Ion Withits manage- ton a~th inst. from Phila.
.Sellr.;S,)pbia
Godfrey, Godfrey~ ~t PaWeinl~ himseff~ a~n Independent ]~epublicani long and faithfully represented this Distric~ ~ment. Ue stated that a movement was on
,
Conferencetucke~ l~;-h inst. from:Phila.
candidate for Sheriff says he "is -’
a God in Congress,
"and we doubtnot 1)utmany fo~tto ihducethePhila~lelphm
a imifint~rest
in the Seminary~ sc~.
D&JLee,
Smith;
~ailed
from
l~rov
fearing man.~ He h~l better be, for. the of his old personal friehds in the Demo- to purchase
"
-:.
Scriptaree beach him to submit,--not toboll ’erotic party will ~ke pride in voting for his- and he thougb~it was ¯ step in the right idenc~ 10..h- in.L for Alexandria.
direction
and ~hattheplanwouldbe accom- Solar. IS.& L C Adams, B0wman, at New
con." The nomination of Mr. :Moore was a
inst. from l:l.av~na.
If thisis do~%ourbuilding,
which~’ork119th
The people of" Atlantic county have ILl. surprise to Many; he made his nomination plished.
¯ Sctir.’’l
@G Cranmer, ~, strew "York
Was but recently enlarged and improved,
~ys contended that the ~h~houldre-;l entirely by his own unaided eifort~ as the
lnst, f~r Philo.
will
next
y~ar
require
fuxther
enlargeside~ fl~e county seat. Let them see t~ it.[ old worl~r~ of tbeparty and the .’men who
Archer& Rb.eve%SmEh,clemedat
]l,O.C.
¯
i
-now that they endeavor to accomplish that ~e generally considered as in the ring were menl. ¯ .
chta 17th inst. for Philo. . .
abject by ca~tlng their oboes for M. V. B. ]actively engaged in ~e support of ethercanA ~I~Edwards,
Bar’dett,
at ~eF BedT)aecry,fhardtimesIs stillheard.Did Scl~r.
(I dldateg for the same lxmi.tlon, T~e ofltc~ of Soueverknow,-’time
: ~ Esq.
_ " " .
whentheyweregoo~P ford:~lstinst.fromPhila..
Sc.~r.:Emily& Jennie,Chamgion~,~,
"
.....
. " ~her]ff is ~ne of vast importance to the pc0-.
Thefact is that, never within
thehistory ofPzov~dence21stinst.fromPhi]a; "
this generation
hasthecostof living--food,
clothes,:
etc.--Orlon,
so lowasnow,
andthere9-1stSehr’~nst.EfromA
5cribnet,Phile..
Smith,.
at’Providence
AcCording to present, act
Y
every county in the D~tri~t by a handsome malnla~ned is this, that if experience ~th neverwas a timewhena. largerpercelrt~e
majority, if the friends of behest moneyand the ¢luttes of any voca~0nin life is of value, of theprofits on all- sorts of ~anufae~ring
thenisit ofgreatimportance
Inthe~nnitiWentto the ]aborer~
nor.when
it waspotaprosperity
do their
duty.
plied
duties
of
the
Sheriff’s
"office. :Mr.
¯
ble with the same bconomytO lay by "a
The p~victory
in Moore possesses
the confidence
and esteem
larger percentage of the year’s.earnings.
Atlantic county were never more flattering of this co~munity, whe~ he" resides. "]’bat Thepropo.rtion
of men on% of employm,"’than at present. The Republicans have the uu~tes pertaining to the oRlce of .Sheriff
is .~mall, andgood workxne," ~, .": .~G-")-’
~elected an excellent ticket, and- are ~ork- will be faithfully and honestly discharged,
greater ,lem~*’ "
.
,
lug harinonioeufly ~ elec~ It, They are not no one who ~s an accluaintsuce with Mr o-e day last Weekin ZIeadvllla, Pa., as
Moore.,~.:TSr
am~t d oubk Vlis elecalarmed at d~er-(~reenhackism or
~ " the ¯funeral of Professo~ L. D. Williams
~lon
is
~ss.
ured.
r¯~ and-~e"geing into this triangular
was about to leave the iesidence for the
w~ an honeet tmrpoee,.a.clean
record, Our candid~es for Coroner have the con- church,
and.friends were~.king
leaveof the
~,~-nce of thepa=ty~as wellas theneeged
and d~fioMntof ancce~
ficardo~s for a prolmr d!sc~hs.,’~e, of the’remains, his Wife,aged sixty~ felldead bedutiesof theduth~of timoi~ceforwh;ch-sider be body of her de~d husband. The
they have.beeri
nominated.
They will z~- funeral of both husband and wife took place
eeive, as they should, the unaffimo.us sup- on the new day, and both were buried in
ode glove. ~Irs, Wllliamshadb~en in
party.
The Republicans
of the countycan point
rith pride to the men on their ticket, know-- ~dward Kel]y,’-o~’ Baby’s Point, Canada,
ing that in pointOf ability, character
m:d has recently ¯ invented an improvement in
theyhaveneverhakla belaeron.e.
hair:pins.
T)ao improvemdnt c~nsis~ in
efforts
of a few~oreheads
in theparty connectm--two or more ordinary hair-pins
IEPUBLICAN
TICKET;
J. HOWARD
PUGH"
COUNTY TICKET.
jAMES JEFFRIES,
M. V. .li
x)RE,
A naketel,um,
Ze,chn.iled
ForSberi
w -have
V.B.MOO,
to that,.oing.
who are nowsecretly
plotting
with)heDe- by" mean~ of/an elastic cord of snltable
]ff.V. B. Mo~rei e in t~eprime of boy mocracy,
is wellunderstood,The attemptl len~h~so thatthe pinsmay be inserted
on
andi during his long residpnce here as
todisorganize
theI~xtYhasfallen
stillborn,
.opposite
sidesofhairbraids
withtheelastic
and man,.hes maintained an unblemished
the poordupesof thesetricksters
willconnection~pa~ing
overthe top.Tbecord
personal and business reputation. .A~ the find,on the eveningof November5, thatcontracts
and securely"
holdsthe pins in
- :Executive officer of the county, he wo~ld Lbey have only~had their pains for their pl’~ce.
- " ’
perform its duties impartially, without fear folly.
De big sunflower may r~se above
or favor, and to thesatisfaction of all, unless
De modest ’tater vine,
it mightbe the lawless Oas~. He wa~nomiAn’
brag-about i~ ~undayclo).hesT~
.
.rimed ~olelyon his merits by one of the
¯ An’ put onairs so fine;
bestconventions
thateverassembled
in this
But ivben de winter.hurls amund~
eounty and his election should certai~tly be
An’ desnowli~ at de doah,
by an overwhelming majority.
De bigsunflower,
oh, wheream Im P
~i"
" "
.~-~.
. .2._
ms,mr of putting itp tim
" ""
? -T~ebur~ -~t
nlvely, heated on Sunday
l~tle4111e
OCTOBEI~,
26,
comfortable.
¯
afXer~oon ahd
a 1yOUng man, a reels brakeman’on the
railroad, fell betweeu two
’ Narrow
station on ~riday week,
eatnear
and had ap~
and ]e~ crushed. He was of said ~gg Harbor City, a copy of which is
Lrrival aBd lt~l~s~s~ ~t Tt~lms.
dvanta H(mpltal in Phliatrod aRer tam bott of tmo~AUG.~th,
taken to
filedin the CI6rk’s? OtBeeof said Atlant.ic
t~ Xay’s I~dtaS ~! lt~ Ii4tb~ ~ty delphla~
he died in s short time. The
wnllidosI~ddeIIrtis foltos~I
¯
]r~/’* Lauding
~I~16
A m-,$.14 I~ I- ~er~~k p~ace ou S~nd~y~t_ P~n~ ~NM.206, bounded and descril)ea as ~mJows:
Beginning at a poi~it on the nOrthwest- sloe
Ltmding,
~.1~i. m~tt:50p. m.
vllle.
" " " I I
1 ~
of Pldladelphia.Avenue,
tw~ hund~d and
~nearrl~ a~l depart v~th ~ch ~atn.
--The Odd Fellows of May’s Landing forty feet sout~wea1~erlv of Ara~o Street,
make e~e c~ st l~ iI~rbor Olt~ chartered a sL~eclal train last Saturday e~,enthence running southwesl’erly alo ngsr~.!/t stde
Ltrod AUntietrtatmfat PhllmdelpbI
of ~ld avenue fi>~y- feel, ann exLenom~,m
lng~
And~
intcompany
wRh
Grand
:Master
City.
or depth no~tl~westerly one hundred
KIger, paid a ’fraternal Visit to the brethren length
and fifty feet, keeping said breadth
In par~at Abse~n. ion reaching ~ H agbor the allellines
and at right an~les with said ave~ party wMfurther augmented-by someof the hue to.thesoutheast
side-of:a back s(reet,
brethren of I that place. The evening-was containing six thousand tquare feet, and beM. IL CHURCU,
ing thesamepremises
~hichtheskid Ernsti
Bey,o. &8rr.m,Paz~t.
spent in bearing the Grand Master lee,are
B;,clmmr.n and wSf. e, by d~ed bearmg _date ]
ot~ ~mdav
at 10.~0~. a, knd7.~0l’. w.
"on the nhwritten work of the Order.
~ gebool at 2 p. x.
the ]0~.h des of Jfine, A. D..1875., ap.~ ~ [
W~y evuntu~ at 7JO.
--At a’ne~.c~m~deeting
not a thou~ eo[ded in lhh. CierWsOffice 0t ~.id.atianttc *
and miles from May’s Ls~:!tng~ one of the Conntv, or intended so to be granted and
colored sist:e’* got very hal~py, shouting and conveyed to A. C, Morgenwlck arid FIugo
lev J4mm
R C~wa,~a~,
A. ~B., factor.
]t[aas.
"
. "
~. ¯ clapping
hert~hands, Whenshe finally yelled . Seized as the propet~v of I~uis Volk~?
,I wish i.W~_ a Jane bugP’ An Old deacon andChristopher
Ma~,d~feo,lant.%
takenin
~t3t~
e~i~
~ ¯
near by asked -Whetfor you wtshyoU ’was execution
at
the
suit
of
~rost
Pechman~,
~
¯
5p
1
a June bug,blster
?" "That I 1~1|gl~[ ".fly at complamant~ ~ t0 be ¯ ~. d by ¯
" 1
~.
V.
ADAMS,
Sheriff.
once tothe~ of my Jesusr’ ,,~"mpb 1 .Dated, Sept. ~h, 187~,
....
~lamphool
! @oodpecker
ketchyou’foreyou Wm,tG, ~Jayton, Sol!citer. [Pr. Tee ~o u~
Lo~os, ~o ~ m~ t~ the gtU yv~ ~: gethalfwa~.dar’"
1~. ~
B ~ O~ the evening ot overy ~ am,
~ t~ ~#
sri~mIFI~’s
sA_r,~r.
~ldrd
of e~ea montm
--B~ow
"~]llbefoundtheBollof¯ lift,or
virtue
of
~
Writ
of
ficri feel’as, to me
of our Publi~SchoolPupilsmust obtain
I. O. ~ O. F.
ted, issued out of the Cburt of Chartan average
~f90In allstudies
pursu¢~
~.~)5
will be sold ai-1 ublic 3"enOue,on
LO1XtR,
~0, meetstn
~e ~tidl over
~’t~k~(]
Sgore;
on ~o.
Frida~
evening1.
in attendance and punctu:.~ty, and 100 in.
------:-o-----.Saturday.the 9th day of ~" orevr~crfdeportment m order to .have their names
]~tUd/m/¢ sad l~mm~k~so~lation,
at 2 o’clock in Lhe af~ernoan of said
. -~aay’~1,~4tagBu[141ng
andLoanA~Sodatlon
meet~on thislist.The P~llshallb~ published1878,
day,.at the Lintel of Louis KuehLfie, Egg
"~t),elast Moatlmy
evemm~
tn inch month.
hereaftere ery week.For the week end- Ilarbcr City, N. &
ing Oct. ] : Bell Abbott,Mary Barrett, All teat certain ~raet or :~ieee’ofl~Ld situate
>---Quail on Nov. ~t.
Emma Ve~ Kate Barrett,
Kate - Woff, in the Township of 3Iulllca, In the CouDty
--Tuesday week is election.
Georgia Syl e.% Laura Gaskill, Caddie ~’eal, of Atlantic and m the 6~ of ~ew Jersey,
Annie Acldey, 3Lary:~tudson, and Zme]ine to WR:
~Better
put up thestove now.
¯ Ileginnlngat spine trees,ending by I.he
Frie.
side of. Long-~leadow Branch, being-the
~unUng is all the rage.
--The schooner~ellow :Pine, Oapt:fin b~ginnlng eonxer ~o the.whole .tract of sah!
~EngllshCreek is improving.
Clark’svessel~and whichbe wentto New pre..n~ses~ let:steal B ]3, and rnns Lea thence
--The late potato crop will be a faIlu~.
"Yorktomeetlastweek,arrived
atthatport if) north sixty-six ~legrees’and thirty minnte~ oustL:0 degTees and :30 minutes, thirD’--We have ye~ the Indian Summerto ca- on Mcndayfrom CedarKeys,Florida,and five chains (35) to a.stake second corner
daring
theentire
passage
hada contanu~tion
:joy.
..the whole traeA ; thence (2) north thi~ty’-two
of
~or~berly
gales;
Oct.
11,
Sat.3~ 50, Ion. des’ross, ea.st,.-thirty~wo degrees thirteen
--May’s
treading
was fullof strangen on
74 40, hada terrific hurricane from ENE, chains fiRy links to-a stake by tkeside of an
Monday.
slurring suddenly to ~’W, during which lost -el d road, cor])er to the ~hole tract; thence
(3) along the hne:of tl~e ~bole track south
¯ --Gather leav~ and fer~ b~ore ~ ~paz’t qf her deck load, smashed, boat, filled- ei-hty-fot,r degr;e~ and thirty minutes, west I
ve~ fro~.
cabin w~th" water and had sail blown to eighth-four de.,rees audthirty minutes to a
¯ --Where there’s a wlll there’s trouble ribbous, had to scant before it for:welve poet/corner to the wl,ole tract, fi,rty-fourl
mnong the he~s.
and twecty links; thm:e (4) eouH~J
hours ; Oct: 13, l~t. 33,. l o~. ’~3, ~ a brig ehan’.s
thirty (L0) minute.s, e~t ei,,hLeenehains al~d I
--~log~ aredying from disease In some steering W~with nothing above, the eyes eightlinks to the place o{ beginning, con- I
of his lower rigging, and re,sail and .main- taming forty-six acre.~ more-or ]es%(except-~
lm~of ~e com~3y.
i~ so muchof the ~aid tract as lies on the t
--Engineer Connelly, of our r~aroad, is
-~ovtherly side of a line running Ihrough ti:e
¯
~Mrs,
McCo[mlck,
who
was
arrested
and
. rmming a new ehgine,
middle ,,I a ecriain heir of Neadow]and
term of:c0urt
forassault(swamv~ which extends acr,)~ the said
--A ear load of hoop-pol~ were shipped. tried at therecent
fr~)’m
P.~st.to
:s’c3t a~dlips
zbout
the
andbattery.,
foundguilty,
.andsentence~
to tr-*.¢-!
t~ place.a few days ago.
ball ",va) bet~eefl ti:e l~o~/sc .OfJan2 lloq
pay
a
fine
of
$1
and
costs,
was
m’r~ted
by
.A~t.uH. ~rown will occupy the
add the hon-~e $a:~.ly built ’,yJaznes
~liney.
~Sberlff
Adam~t~ne¢,the~
er,¢ning
in ALlan-Thepr~perty
~ulplt
to-morrow;
berPiu described
lies ml the
ticCity. It appe..ars sheha~i shipped all her n,>rLberly
side o2 th~ iinc atbresa}d,
a:~dconwolk-on
the additlon
to the Conn. goods to Philadelphia, ora.t ’east they were laihs tM"t3-six ac:cs more or less, "b~ing :he
~rk~sofli~is progressfng.
0f ]and and pretni~e~ which wa~
at t%e depot for that purp~,and ~.he Shcriff ~am~: track
by deed~ of Indenture, be,’u-ing date thel
t~eymadethe"tea". ofhoarhonnd
learn|ng thts went to her~. tdenee, but on Twemy-fif:h dayof December a~o .Dora- [
of’catnip,
G~ea~C~sar!
reaching her abode fgun~l~ hous~ empty
i,6 ~)e thoilsand: ~igl~t hundred andseveutY-f
-M2;.c~congregation
at English and was compelled to force~n entrance, when fbur, ~aut0d and c~)nvcved hy the said eomhaveerected
a .handsome
parsonage.
~:~_hlng through the plathe happened to plainant to thesaid De’re .Maquo, abd by I
tlm said Desire13[aqne and Flora his wife
Veall .A~ad it’sa girl. try a closet-door and foqn~!t’~ locked.and on
91 poun~ ~ot~ertmd daughter breaking i! opou diacc,~]’f~l the old.dome
well,
hiding lns]de..;~he
wa~ ~ken in m,sandy,
bailin
storm prevented several froni at- lockedup overnighta~c~secax-ed
.the
morning.
It
appe~.,~he
had
ne~erpaid
the Sabbath School Convention at
the court co~ a~ou~l~]l~.o $50, w~ abont
taxis week.
leaving the State, nnd hencethe errs.st.
E. churchof EnglishCreek
Whyt/it
"
that1
CITY, .
,+’
DEPABTMENT
The
O= Oli ¢h ,
¯
~,y
I
e ~lso determined to ar~onsevel:a]
EXOU RSIO
tmXlgtmtte,--edks theyare,.is
sufficient
ev~.
deucethat wisdomw~ shownOn the part
Of the T~Lee~ in makingtho appropri~ion.
As ~ero was a lack of books, of nearly all
kind& i’nthedifferenk
grades, itwas fbund
to be cheaper .t~,exc_h~t~ge
cldb,~oksfor
newones~thereby
taklngafftant~ge
of ex.
change
and L~trod~ctory pri~--~,
thantb supply the school with books.of the kind
already lnu~o. The new books are Lha
latest and best,publisbed~ and ~reat care has
been taken to secare good bindings, that
being one of the most lmpm~nt parts in
the make-up or a school-book.
All books
are now required to he kept covered, free
from marks and dirt. It is earnestly
hoped
thatparents
willco-operate with theteach.
em in keeplngthese new books In good~ndlti~as ~a0olbooks frequently-re~elve
~ertous injury athome.
--ThePresbyterlan
:MiteSocletymet on
Moneyeven!ng at the residence" of Daniel
E. Iszar~F_~, The ladie~of the cburel~
.turned ou~ In .strong number,, and it }s
bolm’esum~that h~l It not been for the
politaeal meeting on the. same evening.in,lark’s
Hail, the gentlemen would have
been -them in for~ too. Af~’.-the tmuil
blxttn~lI
had i~n ~,~re~llng
of the
of thelastmeeting,
co!leet~rsr~
.ported, .ripPing of tlm Tr~umrer’s.- report .of
¯lilt¸
u o, do~,;tm
, ;t:.?
:i:?
i(.’,!
’:-,/;/
’.÷~-4~~
":-"
:. "~-,,~-’~.
"Tha
S
Establlslment in Atlantis
o
world
.~Io. Buts¯ preventlon
la wrlttenuponby24,000,000ofthehuman
must-bel~iled,.they
shouldatloastre¯
cure, any one maysvold the family, 280,000,000 do not write -upon taln thelr J~cke~s durL~g the opersti.~p
better
bets by l~slng a greas~., rag over’-tne anything. In this paper exhibition at ---the best way.of all,.
from a scientific
7]e0fyosng
eggs ofth# botfly,
which she atta~ho~ Berlin, as ]qell as-in other similar in. point of vlew, being to steam them
who entered
the
r-groand~
to the hal~ of the ]egs and other par~ o dustrlal co~lleetlons
In Germany,the before peeling,
or
to
bake.
them
in
their
recently
were in Want of- ¯
. .
.
.
useful
is
kept
strictly
.in
view
in
pre~skins.
.
. / _, .
the body.’!
and the one who had his lia~
"
wbB- ~ ’±’o-vo~aow.--lt
is a feronoe to the merely ornamental.
"
the meet said :
2~¢ruc~rr~Take
¯ flesh
~ ldea~b
keep amemorsndumofwork
wait
right
here
till
I I~_
d, haddock, blue fish, or any other
".Rotation of ~--~-~un.’---The rotation of
/ needed to ~e done, and then. there is
and see what I clu/see.! I
>od, firm fish, weighing four or five
the sun is now shown by+ means, of
always wremlnder for the employment ~pectrum analysis.
o flnd an eating stand where, a
muds, two small sl~md crocus,
aua
A conden~r is preis near-sighted
and th~n we~l
Of sI~re
hour, and besides
we can pared by cutting s lens across the.centre
tWO or three very thin slices of salt
readilydir~ct
which work is most pres- and mounting the two halves sine oy POrk. Cut the po~ Into small, stripe,
"
dlnner."
......
|
ff
he
is
near-sighted
~[’ uked
k
sing,. SuCh a plan merely necessitates
side, in such ¯ manner that the two im- le~ving outthe rind, and fry it slowly
"
’]
a sheet of paper, or ¯ leaf of ¯ blan¯ ages formed by the sun are par~|lel
to ton crisp, in the bottom of the kettle,
,n We’ll get some~twentyi
book, and ~ae entering of every ~te_m of the horizon. The light from the sun is taking .great care not-W’let iC burn.
off on. him for quarters.
work as k ocomm to us, thus: Front thrown into this condensing arrange!
After the pork is fried, add the omens,
you oat ofWlllism;
your bco~whe
n .you’d
traveled,
¯ fence mehded. Grape vines pruned.
ment by means of a hello¯tat
havlng ¯ sllccd thin, and ~et them cook about
Outlet of ~drain deepened. Harness to mirror silvered on the surface; and the five minutes. Then turn out the fat,
cute one diaappearsd,
.
be oiled.
~poke ~oo~_ in caxt wheel.
and pork, uPOn a plate, and put
magus are brought to a focus on the sir onions,
~ layer of fish on. the bottom of the
Salt need4xl for ~ttle.
~,achevenlng
¯
rn~i
at
the
end
of+half
a~
hour
a
of a spectroscope, the point of contact +
¯ a glance at the list will be of great as- of the two suns occupying ¯ pbs}tion
wasn’t slanted over half m much
kettle; sprinkle salt and popper over It,
sistance
in laying
out work for
his face wore a cheap leek. + .
and add a little
of the pork and onions,
hallway down the slit.
To the spectrothe next,day, while i~ will also fill
~’elL, did you find a near-dghtod
filling
up
the
kettle
In
this
manner.
scopic apparatus is attached ¯ camera
~ P’" asked WHilam. all the spkre time with .u~eful work. and lens of some slx or seven feet foea~ Turn in two quarts of hot watex.,, and
"
Yes ." : ’ "
. As fast Ss a piece ol work Is acoom- length, and the spectxum Is thus form- layBoston crackers or hard tack over
&n~ did it work~" ’
-¯
".
pilshed d~aw a +line through;the
l~m; ed on a sensitive plate. When the north the- top. Cover the whole, ana Je~_ z~
J-t is astonishing how such ’a List Will and south points of the sun’s Jm~ge are boll fifteen
Wo].ked too’blame well ! I handed
minutes. Add hat[ a pint
a half dollar
~o change md he
grow, an~ a~d how it will formulate
tangental, evidently.no displacement of Of milk, and cook It ten minutes longer,
reitwas only a quarter,
and beat
our worklso as to enableus to system~ the two portions of the spectum formed Servein a tureen as soup. A few. oysters
~ut of two shillings I ’x "
atize and accomplish it. AXter the plan by the_.ppper and lower halves of tile
added three minute¯before
the ohewder
Is vursued for a certain time, the mine slit ~h~uld be seen ; whereas when the is dished will be an improvement tote.
"I
becomes sO trained that the ~feoesaity
equatorial
p0~ons’0f the images ar~ m
say on.
~
Holland Government~a~v~ Used
¯ for the p~n-diminishes.
.
contact, the~displacelltent
of the lines " ~Ri~v/~J$ YOB " "~rEAST.--~O~],
the [metric
svstem inwei~ht~
~ince to
1817,
hops in busby
law’conipeiled
aTLI scales
be
Do B~ P~" Fxva~s.---Does
It pay should be that due to double the rota- Monday, two ounces of the’best
tion,
since,
as
will
be
readily,
underfour
quarts
of
w¯ter
for
half
au
hour;
adjusted
to
a
graduation
Ofthelrown.
farmers tdkecp bees? i say, of course
It ¯nd ]el the ]iquld cool down to This caused more or less trouble
It does. Keeping bees Is a ple~an~, as stood, the easteim hmb should be reltc~dl~ strain
the warmth of new milk, then put in ¯ among their merchants ai~’d recently a
]t
,well as a profitable
employment. J~ar- fng and the western advancing.
mers cultivate
the lands upon which clalined that, so far as this process has handful of salt and half ¯ pound of
was appointed
to
grow all ihe sweet flowers---white
clo- been applied, the truth of the method sugar; beat up one pound, of the .best Bo~rdof ~vglneers
flour with some of the liqma, aria tnen rec~mmendsome improvement. As the
~er, buckwheat, e~. They also have a employed by Prof. Huggtns, as applied
mix well together.
Wednesday add res0]tofthelrobserva~Ions,
theGovernWorkshop~ in which they or their help- to the stars, ls fully borne out.
three pounds of potatoes
boiled
and me~t :has Just modified
thelaw,~d
er~ can lnithe winter season when mere
3f.
_Vobd
the
inventor
of
dynamlte~
mashed;
let
them
stand
together
until
adopted
the
plans
Of
Fatrbanks
d~Co.,
l~ little to do, make the boxes and have
Thin, day; then s~rain,
put: tt into naming that make of scales the new
has recently
discovered
anew explothem all r~y for the Swarming~eason,
.
"
"
....+
and it is ready for Use./It must sta~lard.
¯
an d when ~hehoney-making and swarm- sive substance still more powerful than bottles
"
while it is making,
ing season comes, it will be a great plea- that. He has given it the name of"ex- be stirred+frequently
and
Xept
near
the
fire.
~J~efore
using
"~DO~’~
caremuch for¯ quiet ~tby..
sure.for s~me one of the family to take plosive gelatine," on account of Its asshake the bottles well ]t will keep m buf, I dote on a r, qoalling one," seld an
the bees ib charge and look ¯_little after .~,ect, which c]esely resembles gel¯tins.
and is bet~r old]bachelor.
,,Why, how ~I’"
their interests,
morning and evemng, ’~be substance is composed of 94 to 95 ¯ cool place two months,,
per cent+ of collodion mixed together.
the latter,art
of the time. It fermedts admiringly chorused all the
and h~ the main, lose no time ¯t all,
not requiring
the aid of pre~ent~ "Not at all,"reepondeOl~e
but In th~ fall reap a bountiful ~harvest It-is vicious, but c~n be easily cut with spontancousi~,
and pls~’ed+ln ear- other yeast, and if care be taken tolet bachelor; "because, you sco, aalsoo~aa
of honey ripen’which to feed the the bal- a knife~r scissors,
or shells;
Dynamite, it-is
it ferment well in the earthen bowl in ¯ child beglus to squall it’s always t~en
ance of ith~ year. Yes, it pays farmers tridges
"
¯of being which It Is made, you may cork It up /rOin the r0om."
~ :
to keep b des, after which to enjoy the known~ has the disadvantage
flterable
"by water---when, it is moist tightw~enbottled:.
: . "
¯ - .
:sweem of their own labor. ]f farmers
~he nitro-glycerine
super¯tea L~m the +
"
"
"
ought no~ to keep bees, who ought?
Is -rr beb~ng to: me ?’+. askedkbe.
|bsorbent.
The new substance,
ontbe
Couo~ S~mm,.--Put five cent’s worth
she paraded in the co~tume of i00
CLAY,S~’~v, &c.--In--------~ylng,
under contrary, does not give the least sympt- Of pine pitcil into a pint of water,. Let
rs ago before ~er husband. ,ryes,
t~e influence of the sun, soils shrinx on of exudation; it is impermeable to it simn~er’until
theow¯ter is.we]/ lmdear]’ aaidhe meekly, "Don’t you
and thus diminish in bulk, in propor- water, which does not at all effect its pregnated with ~J~e flavor. Dip out the
h I could dress this .wly all the
lion to th~.quantity of clay or of peaty explosive properties.
It is inflated in gum which remains undissolved" ,, )TO, mydear,
,, he
ann
sP" she asked.
matter they contain.
~and" scarcely
the same way as dynamite, anditspowadd honey enough’ to sweeten, and make
lied, "but I wishyouhadlived
when
diminishe~ at all in bulkby drying,but
er is at les~t 50 per cen ~ grater. Sev- ¯ thick syrup. 8train +this and borate,
¯ "
t was the style." "
peat shrl~ks one-fifth
in bulk, and eral nations--notably
Italy/and
~ussia .Dose~¯ teaspoonful four -or five times a
. .
.
s~rong agricultural
clay nearly as much. ~have, it appears, already’adopted thip day according to .the severity
.of the
.~wrg~
had’his
portrali~ken
in
The roots~are’thus
comp/-eeseo, anu ~e substance for charging bombs, torpecough." It Will ¯fiord speedy renew,
favorite attitude--;standing
wl
air excluded from .them, especially
in does,
and mines,
- "
~+
~ds in hk pockets..
An old
¯ the hardenedclays,In ¯verydry. weath-AxUox~_A o~ l~twrs.--For
+.house
that the portrait
Th~ color impaYted to wine by means
er, xnd ~he plant i~ thereby placed in a
the brick wallof an old fashon,
five orsix drops to every pint
more likethe
lawyer
condition I unfavorable to i~s growth. of ahzarln, magenta, madder,
x,
once
a
week,
wilL
make
them
d
him
with
his
hand
10~ence the Y~]ue of proper admixtures
bilberries,
carrots,peach-wood
pieces,
andJhis troubles
t. It Is/dso good to clean plant
s pocket, instead of his 0w~.~ i
of sand a~d c]zy, since by the clay a Deal, or extraet of indigo, Bat
-But he was never known
,ar~. 3o he sure and keep ¯ bottle of it
.._...~
-.
~
sufficient quantity of moisture is rets~- finds Can be destroyed by the action of n the house, and have a glass stopper,
mUk from ¯ Ditcher
ag~I~.
"
"
.
.
o-ed gl~t"Rft~’~-~ufl~clent length of.tlme,n3~ric ¯cad. Heradds about five c. c. of as
¯ ¯
| : "DO y0U suppo~ that I
.
.. .
.
It cuts away cork.
while by the fiand the root+are pre- the acid of the spec.iflc gravity ot l.~.~ i
.
"
or six hands, that I can do e
served from compression and a Arce ac- the same quantity of the wine suppose0
g atones,
"~yP’ He: ,/ r
& boy returned
from eenoo£ one oay
half ¯ pint of
cess of th~ airis permitted.
to be doctored. ~f the color of the. wine i Bal4v 8~ucL’Pour
you have not, my dear, and] realise
with a report that his soholorship had
of.fine :bread
Is.natural ir Will resist the acid for days. b01ilng mille on a teacupful
you have live or "six + tongues."
/
ALL th~ worldower,
baby governs.
below the usual ¯versge.~ ~
but if It is artificial
it will disapear crumb%" add ¯ small onion stuck wi0h
Leau--pyroteohnlos,
gymnastics, and fallen
""Well," said hi¯father,
"you ve fail,
Yet often .disease will" overcome the within an hour and sometimes iff a few three or: four cloves, a small blade o~
¯
~rics.
.
. . "
baby and ithen it is that Dr. Bull’s Baby minutes. ~Regarding the chemical ac" mace, ¯=few pepper-corns
en behind this month, have you P,’
and eedt to
:
"Ye% sir."
Syrup pr¢ves its worth by conquering
Let the sauce simmer five manlion of wine ~pon metals with which it taste.
~y D~" said a wife toher
hut"How did that happen ~"
the dis~. Price 25 cen~ a bottle.
may come in contacb Manglen says that urea, add a small pat of fresh bht~er,
,d--"l really think it is time we had
"Don’t know; sir." ¯
and at the time of serving remove the
If the quantity ofeas~-iron dissolvable
reenhouse."
"Well, mylove, paint
¯ The father knew, if the son did -not.
i
Onion
and
mace.
"
.ny color you plee~2--red,
white,
corn should be cut, if the stalks are to in wlne be +equal - to ]00, In the same
He bad ob~’~ed
¯ number of cheap
~
..
"
be saved.l F~cst greatly injures the fod- time there will be 97.87 of wrought Iron :: ~H~sH.--W~ash
green will sult me," responded
~e novels scattered
about the lieu¯e, but
a
breakfast
cupful
dissolved,
~2.07
of
zinc,
6~26
of
lead,
2.~.
der, and ~oduoes its fecdingvalue.
Behubband.
- ¯ he had nbt thought -it Worth .while to
drain.
fore cutting,-the
seed for next year 90 of tinned iron, 1.59 of~tin; 0.72 of of rice in- two o~ ttn-eewaters;
I
anything until ¯ fil~ing oppO _rtunGet/a
small
knuckle
Of
veal,
Stew
the
should~be selected,
taking ears zrom bronze, 0.46 of copper, and 0.28 or bra~s/
A" Lov~ landscape
all dotted over say
i~y shoul<] offer itself; A basket.of ap’ unsightly
boulders,
Is notmore
stalks that have borne two or more good The practical ]cs~on ol tfiese figures is veal slowly until half done, then add
uponthe ~oor,andhe..~::
the rice and an onion, sliced, a blade of
.~asant to-the eight than a human pi~ st~>bd
ones. The toI~ ot the selected stalks obvious.
="Empty those apples, aria take me
mace,
a
few
+
white
pepper-corns,
and,
lisflgured
with
-Bumps
and
Paremay be b~ok~n down, to mark them,
cook gently until the rice is done;
those prime evid~nces of impurl, tY basket and bring it to me half ~uI1 of
and whe~ tl~e crop is cut, left standing
chips. And now,,’ he continued, +’put
be
~orced.upward
to
¯
great
height
into
season
with
salt
to
taste;
serve
very
vblood. Dr. Bull’s BloodNJxture
until theiears are perfectly ripe, then
¯
those ¯pp!es back into the basket."_
" " ______.
-’
remove all suchdisfigurements
they shou~ be gathered and stored ina ¯ highly heated apartment,through hot.i
When half the apples were rep~ceo,
.
dry, cool i~lace. Such selections ofseed numerous plpes whose mouth"
i B~a.--Flour,
butt&r,
eggs, sugar,
."
¯
--.-..
the son said:
shall
reducer
to
the
finest
w111 tell well in the next crop. _~wlth c~ndled
,,Father, they :roll Off, 1 can’t .put In
spray.~uch of the water .wl]lin this yeast, water and saffron,
~aked, when risen,
J~.;
more." "
process be Immediately evaporated, and peel and raisins.
;, who has been an .lnv~yrate ¯ ,~-ut
" - ¯
them Jn, ltollyou."
may pass upward out of the reef of the in ¯ plain mould and served not, soaked
:er
for
twenty
years,
has
s
u+
|oenly
+,
-~Tbere i[~ no doubt tba~ the boy who building.
.
.,’rBUt
father, I can’t pu~ them in."
Let the~ spray fall on to an in syrup and rum.
~ up ~he praetiec.
He knoel’,ed
is to gro~. up.and stay on the farm and inclined plane, to flow out into a reser- !.
I the ’+"Put them In 1 ~o; + of course you
~
,esof
his
pipe
into
a
keg
of
blastmgmake a st~dcesful farmer, must like his voir, whence it may be again ejected
can’t put them in. Do you egpe¢~ to
~der.
.
¯ .
. .:
profession. This is as true in agriculfill ¯ basket half full of Chips :ann t~en
through nozzles with co~rser openings, ;YxARS Aoo.--THz ]~IRIOD OF IND~I
ture as in!any other profession m life]
again to-fall ; and let this process be re,t~V PIOm, n H,~Vsax~.--H~bLD eZ~TLm,~’~ to troublesome boy" fill it with applesP You¯aid you didn’t
If the bo~ .be worked from ~laylight to pe¯ted until the waler be. comes somuch W,RS
XORYor AN]~.ROI0 AOL Published
by
PLook here, my boy, can you ~11 me know how you fell behind at sehvol,
dark, weepIn and week out, with no filled with solid particles of salt that it
J.
C.
McCuuD~
&
Co.;
Philadelphia,
~y yod-may be mild to be psaymgat and I will tell you. ~our mind is like
¯ reereatio~ except what he gets at Church,
can no more be sent upward to falfl~ in Cincinnati, Chicago, lll.,
de-and-seek
~" Troublesome
boy- that basket; it will not hold much more
and
St.
Louis~
very like~y he’will leave home at the the form of spray. The operatlohthan so much; and here ~ou have been
of
iMo.
See
advertisement
in
another
colle,
sir."
01d
gefitleman-,,~eeause
first
opp~rtuhity
for some more con- evaporating the water In the usual way
the pastmonth filling
it up with rubumn.
It
was~tth
agreeable
surprise
you are seeking a g~xd hiding."
genial ~upation.
We believe that, as after such a course of treatment might
.
bash--worthless,
cheap novelb." .
.’
thus we~Iearned Of the publication of ¯.
a rule, fakmers, work too ° m~myhours be. compar]tavely
The boy turned
on his hce~ ano
simple and inexpen- ~-volume~ which filled our ideal of an lnand give l~be~a~elv~too litt}erecreation.
whistled and said : :’:termedlate history, covering theheroic
sive.
about her should be llke a
:events between the coast settlements
~t,~’are
really a beautiful
contri; that is, have a good many:
iancl the triumphant establishment
of
vance for increasing the surface of the :white supremacy on our soil+ Jt was
in it.
.
:
flant, co as to obtain the largest space ~with equal p]mmure that we learned this
wUL~will behave hlmsc]f, eleven
heed at -t]~e pains to repuh]:Is~ a disser- xposed to the influence of the ~un and book was from the pen of one so famlias Mx. McKnighh
and sL~ months, Just to get one
elm lar with the field
tation upon saur kraut, which first saw Jr. The ]eaves on. ¯ good-sized
iwboseprevious
volumes have brought
~and shot at a middle shirt .s~ad.
tree have bceu estimated at 7,000,000.
the light ~n the ~xteenth century. ]t They
form -a surface bfno!e~s than ~00,~ him ¯ notice not by any means confined
was originally
composed by a ~rtter
000 square feet, or aboutfive acres of ’to this country or+ ¯ singte- language.
coz,~r with what- you have,"
The number of leaves on ¯ li: :We looked into the volume with no
who cal~, himself
GnarJponius,
and foliage.
ithe rat saidto the trap. when he saw
he left part of his tall anat. ", .
consists ~f a collection
of more than a iac bush, standing about five fe~t high, misgiving~ of its merits, and we read it
hundred ~nedics] panegyrics upon this has been estimated at 10,000; these -~ouly to be surprim~! with 4he amount
would give the bush an area of no le~ of labor it ev|need..
ennobled cabbage. He says that Ju- than 230 feet. :
+ .. . " .
Theauthor has well nigh exhausted
"
n,
lius AJe~andrinus,
.who was success+
the Heh ~leld of history and traditio
¯
intervening
between the dawn of cole,
ively b0~physlcian
to the ~Emperor
nlal scttlement
and the sunrise of our
]Kaximil~arr II and ]~udoff II, reached
He ha¯ gleaned
an exceeding great age because hewas ¯ There Is {n Washington a lawyer of ’permanent inttRutlous.
with untb~ing hand the- M~rring eveu~
:ranch~u~r)m~ t~ ths ~.ating of ~attr some prominence whose chief charact:of the Western Border One Hundred
are ¯n overpowering pomposity iYears Ago; and ham set them in+ an orkraut.He J’requ,mtiy
stated-thatIt was eristics
kno~man
.got
who
the moet]wh01esome food of any, and of manner, and a dislike to payinghis iderand language for-which
he shou~l
¯
carP’
He
got
aboard.
iKra~t made from the w h~Ke
uni~
thanim.~.We
know
+
’edible,
catu~ed fe~er complaints than any other debts. The other day a c~ouple of cli- receive
ents from out of town were sitting
in not which to commend meet, the lalth~’t need anyRhtne, beiul collatlng:ahd
chl~ulcling .of recog,
cabbage ~vasnot so good:he contend~d,
his office,
and Mr. D.~ was consulting
she has h~-3ghone.+ +
i niged historic facts, or the literary emas that n~ade from the red, but it might with them in regard to a suit in which ~l~dmment of s myriad of floating tradlthushappens
that.
the.North
German
then yending before I~0i~, the latter
~way~
be great~, improved in the process of -they were parties,
ro~an~ halo around the throwing
¯
steamers ~ frequently
carryl these anl~
Judge
-Carter.
A
young
man
came
informer,
the
sowing, and the bad smell-of somesour
¯
spine ¯ and
the mint on mats to- the U~uited states; audit is intothe room~ and taking from his pock- former alweym contributing
kraut wab due solely to the uncleanlii prob~billW to the latter.- - Street,
Philadelphia,
¯ troy teresting
to hear a’mmt their habit~ on
e~ a bill file,
handed Mr. ~ a slip of
/neas or ~dleness of .the manipulator.
Cert.,
oat Of a t~ly fruitful
and
weight, whieh is kept nnder du- shipboard.
The .Hens, tigers andhy.e~
Coarse, t0ugh and moist "kraut,"
from paper. ~’~t the crafty lawyer motion- iwondarful sul
+,he author has made
and seals. There is t/CU- naa are grea~ cowards in ¯ storm.
wave of
which ~ dirty and idle housewife has ed him away with a dignified
.u~er:a"greatdeal-from
....
hi, cry connee~lwiththis
little
it- Is
the hand, saying, -’Young man, you see one as
not sufficiently
expelindthe
wetness,
nest, and whineabout it.Theelep/m~/t
B~r.-tt
is
determined
the
~mnd.+ prodi~ce~i
I
am
engaged.
Don’t
interrupt
me
¯ melancho!Jc blood, from
+:er
aa,
In i
say when he,is
.to which the:ammre~T ot +the gold h~ littleto
now." The young man bowed politely
which a~td damps’ari~
to the:he~d,
~anelful way all the varied le~ous ~f
lint’he
locke
¶t
unutterable thingi.,,:
.It
silver
coins
.of.
the
United
i
States
" . " ".
Border Life. But it is too refined and.
¯ --"The earliest pr(aeher Of the virtues of. andretiP~,.-+
has been: described
by CharleS Reade
~st attain.
The
Pretty
soon another
came in and, :fluttered
is-satisfy,
h6wevar much It
~auer kr~ut is, of course,Father Galen,
hOW- the ~tgeelouselepbant,
]n :sto]mm
by the Pmident
imay excite and ]i~tere~t..
I~ eallty, is
epl)lng close to the lawyer,, said. in
.who con~mended it as ¯ panacea for the
inca life.
The honey.fed men long ~ ~r
the
annual
~a~ty
Umi~
W¢.ig!~
at
sea,:
~avm
h
_imse.lf/Yom
bean
low
ton%
’.’You
told
me
to
call
again
gout. O~her physiclahs
i~ave applied
¯
~bread. However sweat ;the waters ei
onthese.o~easlons
it: Js- taken from o~thedeck by throw[ngh|m~.
_
,
It¯to alm~t every bodily ill ~ith¯ sue- this morning, ~udge, a0d you’d settle
~+the stream, those at the muroe are
earefully
guarded.
.m~insion,
ud
-It
"
with.
all
his
fo.dr
lege
~nd
.trunk
¯ : " ee~ only to.be equalled by some. heal, that--’"
"Oh! yes, yes. I:forgot;
but !sweeter. :In ’:Border. Life One. HunaeOurao~;o~
ou~ wl. th eucUou power
"
all of ¯ lmodern quack. One doet0r
you will have to eaH aga4n. I am very
epmduc.~OnS
of
me~
’’
found it to be efficacious as a cure for much engaged at/present,
and, with ¯
oounU~r,~,~.
!atorroga.ted.
-~n
"
the bite of a mad dog+ The after-efprofound bgw, Mr. D----- escorted the
p.
-¯
~
notiW
believe
the door.
:. ¯ feet~ of~. drunken bout have also been- colleetorto
-in::~L+:He
......
....
Notlo~g after the door opened again,
" ......
most sm ~fu]ly treated, as this old
ssures us, by simply bln~tng
the lawyer, evidently= rec0gnl~ing
¯ e person who was about to enter,
of ~he "Trukenbold"
with
stepped towards him, saying, "! Jim
lsauerkrant
leave~." o : ¯ "
privately engased , sir, just at present;
you had better
~ again In?a Week or
isgl--ed,
.,. in
m-al.
scttie-
th,n that
+ +e.Lo ++o,+,
¯
¯A
/
¯ ~he Ikwyer
~n,
wlth

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