The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, June 11, 1896, Image 3

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    Mecasaton of Geysers.
© Professor Bunsen has clearly explain
od the old time géviogical puzzlé-—~the
periodical erapticn of gewsers, and the
explanation ia #0 satisfactory that the
scenifista have caaded their studies and
experiments along that Hina Aecordiog
$0 the professor a cavern filled with wa
ter Lies deed in tho bowels of the garth,
being connected with the surface by the
Igeyrer.
Tie water in this esvern is highly
heated Ly the earth's internal fires.
There is a constant and heavy pressure
upon this hot water reservoir arising
fron the weight of the water in the
geyser opening, which may be likened
to # hnee natural staadpipe. After a
given langth of thme the heated water
below rises to gach a high teniperature
that steam is given pif despaty the pres.
MIMICRY AND REASON
ross RO
Indication That Tlis Monkey 1a korslowes
With a Flore of Esch.
“That the roonkey possesses intelli i
gence to a considerable degree iz proba-
bly troe,’’ said a hotel proprietor whi
has 8 small menagerie on bis premises
“1 pelieve, however, much of the intel
Tigence with which that animal is cred
jtod is doe ta his ove of mimicry.
+The other day two young men with
wo girls were st the monkey's cape
feeding him peanuts
ans chewing gam, and one of the men
mggested that she give the monkey
some, expecting that if he took if in his
month it wenld stick to his teeth, and
he wonld make sorry work of trying to !
ahew it. The girl at once parted with
the sweet morsel sho was 80 industrions
ly chewing, extending it toward the
a
Ome of the girls
MONEY AND MUSIC. |
THOUGHT THE
: How Some Fauroes Corrposrrs Viste Tall whew Her Eoviaivent
: Por Their Prilinait Creatives
Hunde, had 38
porkog and Bis opiratic i
{wound have lived aod died as pos
| the proverbial Hurl pone. Walsh,
| his pablishor, pid him pitifol |
| for his operas. For
{ wearles he receiviod no mors than 2c
Lean each, i roan
Eaver paid was
a Aland
ae thought fron
| the POTAPERIT H AEOT RA did pot weil Om [sen were fram Mo
| the pontrary, the aways found a ready | eked if we Row
sarket and prov a ; {| wory intimate fri
profit to the pablisher. Afnlly assented and fo
opera, i 1 his faraily fins
fit of ved first wife ani ian
jocnlsrly ¥oariid chat the present sand
pot bean for cf
% CEA a
both OOO IR BEE,
rye Slaal
have Brae
spc
Gomi piake Bal
gg
Leonel
$ ig F: 8 pany
at teast 11 01 11080 LD osnapun
ny pe
2
Lponniadns : eh
pe Law onsik Ron $0.5 z y oa i . i +
inpt EAT MING Radndi 38 svn Linliod of a pREDT WE In
i i par
: while he g 1 oat wh ar thre plisens
Ir ¥nust nnd ih aes Hand
§%
Frthn
wa felt as id Lid
vey i
can small pros | ance with then
SEPT §
|ewanln of has first
| Walsh netted a Pp
fwhereupon Handel
pArriteet «
sveontid Mra
POV ER GP THN i
| The Pressurs hey Faert in the Sideline
REE EEA
that |
thn
ir
beg AR
i
J
shuttod wish
enn ite
£n Poi tid
hase
2%
i
wort
hain |
tertglly 1 spake of his
tha fun
13 ree
tion of Meat Fidal
Kevirdipg to the invetigaticis of Dr.
GV. ilsek the musnliar stirenuth of
thi juss cosapares favirmbly wath that
of any port of the body,
Teo ornsh a pives of iteak, necording
to Dr. Bled, a bite of 40 to 45 Ponnas
is nespssary——that ie, if the padre pin
chine were so rigavd (hat, SHINE A
double lever between The jaws, an ob
jot eonad De Jilted free: the flor, a 40
ponnud weight could pais) by the
stinks. Repeat this effort every fine ¥o0
chew, and y00 29E an pon of haw moch
eyiirotin is required to pat ong's dinuer
And what nralies it harder still tv that
nice peonls hatiftuaily nee piech more
force than is nicesmsy in chewing their
fond. For instsmee, in chew nid stonk
BY
|
{uy
sho abd aitey Av. BE pel
Fl omrriee pet de yy from
apt Surday, as willows
ener rming
Bok daily ens
TEAINS DEPART,
1M Mi rwensvilie snd Clemrie
¥ a Srationd, Buffalo and Hochenter
hss au asutay ney and Run. :
19% p. ta. [Falls Creek. ly Sin
145» Panssulswrey snd Big Ron.
8 = Uheargheid ard 'Wiiliemeporn.
“ +a 5% yt phe 1
Aus rsaiawne Run,
# (ewrfie id ang —l By 2
TERE Uren
TRAINS ARRIVE,
i 55 nm, Punxsntswiey abd Big Hun.
HE + Bradford aud Ri
i red wo dgwey.
#4 Curwensviie snd Cearteld.
4 2 p.m. Siemrteid & Pils.
4h Pas gsatawoey and Big Boo
if Bufiuio,
4
#4
Ta
©
+ ® o Rechoutas &
¥ * Pauwsuiawies sud Bly Bus
E® 9% Carwensviile ad earned
i, Thoom Bd nie UoKsls good TOF paasage Dx tween
| tor the ausie seller, © Well
grire of the water in the opening leading
to the surface, and the column af water
in tho exis tube je gradually fo reed ape
ward, The release of pressure and the
ecourequent disturbanos of the water
then canse the amtents of the snbterm.
nesn reservoir 40 Rash into steam and
witlently expel the contents of the exit
tube. exhibiting to the observer the
phenoroenan of a geyser in potion, 31.
1omis Republic
SASH AAS rk
Loweil's Patriotism.
The pext year he was called to the
serrice of the country whose f; andation
he bad heen celebrating i FONE. He
was sent in 1577 as Ameriean minister
to Spain, where another ma of letters,
Washington Irving, had preceded him
half a century before. In 1550 ho was
transferred from Madrid to Leonie
Amnerioan minister aver muwde hin
node weloomn sanong a foreign ;
than [owell wis among the British
And Bis popularity was not dao
artemis to please their pre
Lowell never gave up any of his
ennisry. Rather on oeonsion 4
filers 1. Niavhore puay plainly
England was Jawellx
sien to beingraiped, With ban ja trict
gn was almost wn passion. [a senieding
hit to férear Britain the Einited Bintes
put its best foot forward, and oor kin
goroes the sea were quick to nrcterstand
tha soportnnity offered to thers, and by
ther recnest Lonwell deliv ad in Eng
land mauy pablie addresses formal
arations some of them, while arhers
wars bat offhand speeches after dinner.
But whatever the occasion Lowell was
aqual to it~" James Russell Loweil,
by Brander Matthews, in St. Nicholas
ve $43
FE RAK
nna EIR SA a
Antiquity of Archery.
The nee of the bow may be traced to
the rernotest antiquity. The first pation
which wa find of it is in Genesis x31,
20, whan it is eaid “hat Ishinael beam
an archer. It was intradoced into Eng:
jand in the reign of Egbert the Saxon,
bat was not nsed at a martial weapon
till the reign of Edward I. The period at
which the longbow attained its meridian
fame may be fixed in the reign of
‘Henry V, whose archers destroyed the
whale French cavalry, clothed in com:
‘plete steal, with their yard Jong BIrows.
At the battle of Plodden Field also the
English archers made sad havoe Sboot-
g with the bow was an extremely
fashionable amusement in the reign of
Henry VII, and Holinshed reports tht
the prince shot as well as any of his
guard. After the siege of Deviges in the
civil wars, 1647, the bow, as a military
weapon, was entirely laid aside. Arche
ery derives its name from the bow being,
when drawn, in the shape of an arch.
A BRA apna
Symbolical Jewelry.
The Japapese ladies, Ly the several
ways of dressing the balr, denote whet b-
er they are maid, wife or mother. {ther
nations and tribes attach a similar sig
“nificance to the wearing of cortain arti.
cles of jewelry, as the Algerian woua,
who spon the birth of the first child as
. gure a round silver brooch, enriched by
small coral roses and finely wrought
kncha of metal If the child isa girl,
this ornament is worn on the breast; if
a boy, it is placed on the fornbend.
These women, young and cid, are fond
of trinkets and wear a multiplicity of
bead and coral necklaces, ss well a»
those made of spices sod a sweet small
ing paste, ssid to be composed of pressed
rose leaves. Rrucelets and pecklaces of
the latter kind are found on sale in large
bazaars and are desirable not only as
curiosities, but on account of their
pleasant and lasting perfume. ~Jowel
ers’ Circular.
Louis Napoleon's Friendly Uricklayer.
The founder of the firm of Guodillot,
whose extensive premises were recently
burned down, played in his time a sab
ordinate part in the history of his coon.
try. He was explored asa bricklayer
at the fortress of Hau: when Louis Na
poleon, wha had been comfined within
its walls after his finsco at Strasburg,
effected his escape. It was Godillot who
lent the pretender his bicuse nnd conrse
woolen trousers aad thus enabled the
prince to slip ont in this disguise, car.
rying 6 beam on lis shoulder, which
concealed his for ares from the saldiers
on goard. Afterl a proclamation as em
peror, Naphieon {1 testified his grati-
tude by paying © «dillot & large sum of
moper and appol lngthin purveyor to
the sry and the military sehocl of va
rious articles of atGt, which soon be-
same gonerally ¥oown ander thn apipel-
tation of Godil 4 Revue Luddpen-
dente.
A PH
A wbla Life,
. seorehor «hizzed aronnd the core
per, and Ferry scaped geting ran over
only by an ni gnified £ s
#1 wonger x that
gad.
“Ho's the v
Hamme Macton
Reaves.
“Vell, he nov be a walking genta
man, but he's: 1 unmitigated hog when
he's riding ''— incinnati Enquirer.
tw pot was? ha
king gentleman in be
5 campany, smd Har
Sweet In Comparison,
“Deest’t the rag peddler appoy you
with his hom?"
+ Not half as much as the piang ped-
aler next doar. ''—Detrait Free Press.
hands, throw it
prasibla to reciive 4
Americanism
gy
to have seed
! aver his back ap
1 think of the kitkers
{girl 1
in Gitellectaal
sant just as much to lox op to our
The pond
cage. The monkey grabbed it instantly
and put it into his month, but instead
of chewing
pulling it out in small ribbons, as chil
dren sre frequently seen tg da When
he had it all ont of hismouth, he rollad
it into a compact hall between his
gan the operation again. He appeared
to enjoy the performaance as much as his
visitors, That was imitation.”
“That's al) right,’ rejoined another,
chat 1 had an experience with that |
same monkey wherein he displayed in-
tol ligernion
cove day, and 1 thought to annoy him hy
bliwing smoke in bis fare. I was mnch
sarpriged to find that, instead of being |
annoyed, he exijoyed it, ns wad avis
doneed by his sd
wr mmoke in larger
volnmea Som he began
himee If at the point where
srnoke came against him.
ginicked cme side fir a bow
wenld tarn squarely romnd
other sida tremfed in ti
Then he gat np dizeclly 3
aru reentved Lhe sok
faci and neck
hae Beld his broads
gneve Or win!
the job be thet sat Ww
aud i wonid
him
£
was
motion, Now tan?
thyomgh some sat o
pothing will sand fens
to the surface or stupsf
fvaly ar folmo
RETVOY.
COLLEGE GIRLS AND MLBD AGE.
Fits of Confession That Throw a Light on
the Question.
{ have no donbt that the remaining
cause of the low marriage Tet is that !
many men diclike intellectual Wish :
v Lether Becanes such women are really
disagreeable or becatse men's Lane mad)
Ant
even among those wha like them as i A
friends many feel as the young man did |
fanit I shall not try to determin
wha made this confession
+1 never expected to marry tho sort of |
£id. You know I alwars believed |
equality and all that
and had good friendships with the ool]
girlie. But, yousee, you irks hadn's |
After you had |
seen ns hanging at the board on problems |
you conld work and hud taken the sama i
lege
any illasions about oe
%
degroes yourselves, you comldn’t lroagine |
as wonders just because we had gone |
throngh college, and when I met a dear
little girl that thought 1 knew every. ge
thing—why, it just keeled mo right Pe
over. Tt was a fesling I had no idea of.
And the enllege woman answered |
+1 will betray something to yon. Lots |
med ax you. We
i]
hoes |
of va are just as uorefor
bands as yom want to be boked op ta
Only of courie the more wa know the
harder itis to find somebady to meet the |
want.
really the idexl one, and everybody willl
But per
ecne to prefer it some day.
sopally 1 like men 10 be supercar to Wo
Omly 171 tell you whats I don't like in
themn—the wish to keep abead of as by
holding ux back, like spoiled children
that want $o be given the game and
then admired for their skill If men
would encourage ua to do our very best,
and then do still better thevonelven, 1%
ought to be good for civilization. le
“The Marriage Rate of College Wam-
en,” by Milicent W. hing, in Century.
Si pS HA A PATS
0 I pa EO AN
Misery In Italy.
Prom a hrgienie standpoint, Taly is
probably the worst off manong all
eieilized nationk Aveording to statis
rien ooilarted and pails i
Boil wha fon t
eovering the
there are (none
of Italy 1.454 xh
fuality or in les
than one halt
hentio figures
Wohave Walter «
ng fou
fatter Is 8
Te
¥
ke
£
bad in
Tonite takin at
quentiyes ad
Canes many
peonlinr to mnie
CANE
get Erna ted
pepsin of pel
pron ines =
In 4 940 eonnmun ition of
pot eaten atul can
nearby towns, si vial
that the poor perple of Italy cannot
ford it. Three hundred and sixn
communities have not 5yon 8 Gel
wily be
We 4. 50
TE
their dead being buried in the churches, |
purchase ground |
for thoy are too pour tu
for burying purposes. Fourteen hundn id
and thirty seven villages have no
gician, a condition which
dreadful. for one third of the entire area
of Italy is subject to vialartal fevers dur
ing coe hall of the yeas
she.
Ie
it. or attempting to, began |
| ocqnpone the next opera, TT
lah 167° Honddl, saeverylag
lest a fortes in tryiog to estaciish ral
x atl | fased th allow the plitose of her reed.
cnr by hana in the homes. “We never
knew the first Mrs. BT said, at we
do know and are viry fond of the sec
into his month amd be |
I was by the cage smoking |
BE Gi 88 Dear Ine na |
sorntehing |
wi of the
When 1 had |
vainvtes, he
to hoes the :
yall for
Probalily the equal marriage a
the |
vr Professor |
monarchy, |
seitivmunities
2 bad
a | trizties the nervins system may steed
i
5
RRs
PEL
jan opern in London, and, althou | ond wife. 1
su hseqoen!
self hy his cratarios, it was nob She pab- |
jisher, but the public, who put itn his
power to do this
Fven when we come down to the time
of Meaart, we do not find that the claim
of the brain worker to a fair wags had
bwin recog It almost staves on |
tes pecall the fact that “Den tvsnanni™ tha seeraud
bronght to is Composer ho Here than |
£46. For “The Magic Finte'' he was
aditly before she said;
J
hich
w
& 5G
paid just 100 dudats, and yor the man. |
ager of the theater at whads the opera
wis first produced minde a fortone cul :
of it. No wonder Mozart had to be laid
Lin a panper’s grave, the very site of | sinned by a Bonons
which f« anknown to this day, Sebi faite Ii
pert fired oven worse, Sore of his mag :
nifieent songs sold for Jess thas a <1 ip to please the prosmt wife
and ut his deccass It was DiTenit | pap jealons wins I kin
wise onough MOLY
vy
tender memory to Bi
+
Pits wh 9% 54d 1 1
ie Bp dass ties
#4
*
nels attention §
Pris BIRBREY
Claws may sieber
: roonlt Just Wank
FORE GUAT LY firgt wife, | rojristorid
1 70 yours ag, | after with strangers, though
: fora} them
{ost poplar spor aver Writion, SOL never penton
WEL
SEER
EL
SUEFACATED BY THE SNAKE'S GUOR. |
A Maine
iy Bons Aly
4
PW, Fi
BV LE
Wao §
4 § EEN EY §
sy ow
% Viegisis MM ovaasin.
cohen [owas a ponng 104
aged Muara
vey Virginia fir a tin
A Gratefal lan
It was HE In
| wes living th a large weston 0
| erating a stenessf
pr of a previ fives, ard creed of
the time a foo roadster, andl had fallen
lish babies of speeding uy
reradion megkndios of |
Hv thy omevinios
wos id consequently had ho fear of
had formnd a habit of ple)
tall sock nase a8 Tasne
and of giving theni a spi
break their nivka
ul Banepa
¥
a 18
seh gli
Raps, al of ay
gling arrose fhe {unit
sof |
As son
ry heres aver |
Le mlmest rane |
wx af A rail dis. |
ized cm the
*
ay hehe foe the drain To
i 3 # ¥ 5 er
Te! :
£37 =
yoiled to me like wild men t
%,
RHEE
averal Boars
dormant wees
thn
not pow belives he dil
saYooating,
thrown * by the snake, I
breathing that poisoned ma
tag
Zin &
og ah
ai}
Bid be
srs |
wr, who |
Hh Re
Jodmt anh ¥
% Ro
i her
WE aT
whole tribe of crawler
tun. | -~lamciston Jour
rf
CuarTiagn, 3
she miTot Tim
:
fhe wevalsion of
Ti XK ha an me ——[etroit | transparent plate wh
| After each change of skin th
3
iu
ar
aE aad ans E on Ae
Billy,
3 samp’
Yom gig Kp ast daar SLR
feuding ting
oN rite. 7
L Free Pros
the Taodon pw a Ring cob
became nearty hind
Nervousness and Physical Injuries, i
A certain proportion of the cases of |
nervous disease which the physician secs |
are dua to physieal injury. If a man be |
hit on the bead with a club, the ipevic i
table result, if the Blow be hard encugh,
will be a break of the skull, bleeding
from the torn vessels beneath and rose :
tng of the substance of the brain frail |
It the blow be lighter, the brain may |
still ba indared, bus the injury will bes |
| lem severe. A blow npen the back may |
break the spine and senwusdy bnjure j
{ gpinal cord. The InJary may bee al:
| merely a pressure upon 6 single nerve |
for a few hones, vot that tay cans on
blo for weeks Between tsn
the eye in a hoamy Doms
any apertura which it ean
partmen $
row RACH en.
1
crack. This we slightly
the snake soueered taro
one of the seni as
§
ha
3 gi C8 Ry a *
then dtaliean Lo
after
tha
a 27
» ¥
ack by
thie Ba
FE
boragd sun avEG i
Basel ooane Re
peeabial CBOE GF Wee 18 1
Speirs Pha ole ire
ast ite wk
fo
A
apparently pone
aanry b
Lalimemt any degrov
A those
Wak 1RPRTY,
ie Eat Ta 1 | oe ah A
ER need there tw 841% snd Fe pad;
enknoRe or ovorstiiadi
Mrs Hels
Wipsewurts
Avperd with
fng of harm, 1 jomped for him,
toot om his neck, and, catehing “him hy
the tall swang hifi to give him a snap
Same people wen near by, and they |
vs <lrop that
Bolas y
$y
x 7
ATIRCR,
gap
here nitst have been somo.
| thing very poonlinr alont Mes B. Na
{ to make Mrz B Nu 2 so perustent
in her determination to keep all men:
| tion and memery of her ont of the way.’
“My now found friend smiled a little
“There wil sore
thing peculiar abonh the first Mix B.,
I belinve, cannot be attributed to
She was & rarely heantifol
woman, and her untimely death at 4
was a terrilile blow to her hushand He
married agin after ee TE
yout & man fospead a Lifetime alone
bat his young love has always bev a
1, and her pletare,
artist, mand wonders
ar trmehedd Wo
16 ly Aw
Man's Hasarlons Eoeonnier With
says |
iY. VEE spent (i
oo 1
Maine wind Massachue tte and
Bada
i
beg the |
series ny path |
oR snap
Sant after | wont to
tho sooth, fa the romd one day I saw a
L 75%
%
anal snake, a couple of feet lng, per
winh colar, Wry |
Without think-
PRE Dy
rf stopped a moment, whi the snake
wriggled, and then I snapped him
dae and apedent form. Mark the result
o | In loss than ten Huinues 1 becminn dros
| ov and insensibly and remaingd wo for
ir wpe of the efforts uf |
those who had stoned me to yotise my
1 4d pot kuow this
ainka bit ge in any way and do
The air bad a
swekening omnell--an
BE
cali
tiyink, and
Wins
od mae
Curing » fake's Blindness.
Tha spake 1 was told, was a moe
SARIN, One of the most senob uf the
Sines that day.
snapping soaked has affhosd
ies
Cre of the pust poisons snakes at
ra, recently
Wien it shod 19
skin, it threw off every part axeept the
th overs the ey
is pista re.
4
fx
xx 8d
| mained apoast, and the sucerRave lay-
| arg became opapae and projectad over
Tha keeper
used the snake habit of creephig throagh
final iu the
wall of ita cage to rid Usif of the
growth over the gyn He drew hack the
{pon shutter which separates one come
Props tie other, leaving 8 wax
The cola sion disco:
ered this and pushed its nos into the
witersd, and
h, rubbing off
It was
the way ih .
r | and dans
thi seal | flew Gf
Po
Twn 10
with oireles of gold, adonsed with
whose crashing point i at 40 to 45
pounds, the persons tat od by Pr. Black
asad a force of 60 16 HO ponnde—from
13 to 40 pounds mors Chan Wis DRces-
airy. All thin extra Birce of wonrse 18
worse than wasted, hut prolmbiy the
generality of manhood will kden on
wasting strength jost so tilla mira ays
wematio method of cating is pedo tad
But Dr. Black did sot ecefine hime
salf to stesk in his experiments. He
tested all kinds of meat and found that
muatten chops may be crushod with an |
expenditure of 23 to 4% poonds of
strength. Broiled ham and rons beef
require the peatest sanonnt-—45 to #0
pounds — while perk chops ay be
chewsd with a forse of 20 to £5 poonds
and the chaiest paris of adel bodied
tongne with 3 to B joonds Viens of
sourse are averages. Tough meai of any
kind is still harder to crash dor in.
stance, tanh beaf anid mattan tonto hy
Dr. Black required in sone Cases A
prushing force of #0 pounds
The aallest presgrs recorded dn Dr.
Black's gangs, that of as little girl 7
yours old, wad 30 pons This was with
hey frome toothy, which ars not used for
viroeok of hashieatie)
shy tha olives, sible do Hh
Fh errand
on
Ee
* Bas w 3 2 % “ k
WEE AEE SR a Cle Dh (BR RE thn fircn
b
af
Chew,
i ix
SURELY Des
but the Tp LR,
davarai
with the
PUL With Lay IGEN
stehmn of 20 suars~bas sue atywvgethy of
Jaw that it mast fr the prisent renain
a mystery, for 8 thy Sestisisr
power of pha tnetraient The gangs me
gistered Only 200 wears, and when thi
rornarkabie chawer shut his twth nn 8
he closes it with ph apiarent effort,
How far above 310 pounds he cond
have gone 18 therefore a subject for
speculation
It will be obwervel that the doctor
measured only the farce exeried by the
jaws and oot the wirk dime by them
This Jattor is really mses Voportant
aiid it remain for some oni, perbal
tha doctor bine in a seal series of
sxperiments, to wkertain it, — Bulan
po 4%
fr and
{ine
expe edd
a FES AAPA RE
Soames Rani Crowns,
vein.
FOES IIN
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The crowns of Spain, Pormogal and |
Poland sre all three of the sums form, |
and are described hy Colonel Parsons i i
bis © Genealogical Tables of Barope a8 5 oe a
3 4 5 Lo A M.- Train 8 dally e ndsy, for
| sun eey, Hurrishurg snd | li ok
meal corpnets heightened up with
sight arched disdeios
monpd, apyigned with a plain &
crows.
Sweden arg of almost som fur abape,
consisting of tha might arbel diadens,
riging from a margois’ cqronet (a circle |
of gold bordered with arziine, su round |
with four strawberdy leaves and as
many pearls on pymamidical points of
equal height, alternnte which conjoin
at the top vader a mound nrpsigned with
a oroew botsmpea Tha Rings of mow
cher continentil soantring acd sro
Tires
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wapporting 8
ald |
Tha crowns of Denmark and |
cfons stones aed heightened op with |
Jarge trefolls, aml slosod liy fonr, sx |
or eight dindens supporting a sana |
sarmounted by 0 cross The trefoil upon
tha crown is thought to be of Loti in
trodnerion
Wa dnd it npon the cite of Clovis
pnd his sons, which has irpdnesd anti
guevies to call is the faves de joen'!
(the lily of Fraree represented in odd
ox a bine grosnid i, but, the fact is, Thess
trefoil ls were nsed on Constag ius ILE
erowns before the time of Franks,
amd afterward on those of letra
princes in no way allivd to CUharle-
magne. Auhrey, 4 celebrated authority
upon heralicy, wos of apimon that the
dower de Tues is reallly nothing mars
tise
thau a spearhead silormed, no dower of |
the Hiv kind having tha iadddin pant
solid. The saitan of Turkey bears over
Nis aries a turbaiy vnriehed with pears
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acints, beiglitersd np with large pear,
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prrasTIvaNid RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT MAY 0,46
fhilindei phi and Erin Ralimad DIVING
ine Table, Trains issve Preto
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CHR, APTINH xX $imdded phils, 5
New York, a P 1 Baltimore, 813
Washington, 725 pom, ;
fra iltmrsport and
from Kane to Philadelphia
49 PM Train & dnily exoept Sunday, for
{arrsin rg und [ntermediste stations, srry
{hy al Phlladeiphin at 4:5) a. m., New York
CS wee Puliinan Bleeping oars from a
dsturg WW Philsdelplis sod New York
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ais PM Trin 4, daily fr Sgnbary & Has
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isl indai pois, 036 =. vi; New York, £5Es. the
week days snd Ws a. mw. on Sunda ge; ae
paore, 20 8, mo Waabin. or, D0 a. OL
Faiitane ones and : ¢ o Pen
Vrte gid Willlamisnodd to FT nde phn. Pane
white 1h sieeper Tor Haitisote snd W anh
pode Wil be StGasierted Tite Wustiiog 00
cover at HMnrristarg. iw fi get RAE #
roan Brie Wo Phlindeiphis snd Willis »
fart 1 Has l0 Mom,
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for Ridgway, LaiBois, Clermont and ner
meine 7 intions Leaves Rdgws my at 3400
mn. ar 30
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med fate | lun,
aon BM. Tratn 11, dally except Sunday, & ¢
Kane snd inter Late slalions.
FRRCUGH TRAINS FOR LRIFTWOOD
FioM THE EANT AND SOUTH.
(RAIN 1) leaves Philadelphia £31 & »
Washington 7:9 am. Baltioore S10 a.m,
Willtestiarre, Iikis a. me; dally except Sus
dugg prriving at Dirtfiwood at Bom.owith
a an parior car from Philadeiphis
JRAIN 3 ienves Now York st £0 p.m. Phils
adeiphin, 11:30 p.m. Wan Lip. a
altiroore, (1290 p.m Gudly art
wood st Ba. om, Pullman serping
front Philadelphia to Kite and from :
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threugl passes gerconches from Phi
wo Brie, mare to Williamsport,
PRAAN 1 lemves Renovo al 8750 am, daly
axonpt Sunday, arriving ified TA
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JOHNSONBURG RAILROAD.
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