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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
*r-V 11(1 J.K, MHS.M.E. THE JAMESES ESCAPED/* belonged to a . electioneer- while he was cointiuents bera, two of t very moment horseflesh! the bandit cate meat b Here's a hint meat The B 81 gold agitup, the contrarv As matte now stand gamblers, lators, and "tradesmen'? axe ma fortune i a quiet way, while 1 tune hunters" fon the most part ducing themselves to absoluto Louis econo Trifles for the l adles. Btoekings are coming 70LUME -Tor Street'! Monthly. WAITlXfi. ut julia v. piiirr.u. I nan her ua I croesed the atreet; Nflxdy grand and atately; A little woman, iair r.nd snoot. With lipa that smlloil sedately. That amlled, perhapa, at «orno sweet thought Meat tender and beguiling, Kor nothing atom had ever wroglit Much iovelinewi in amtling. The etui, low on a w®Wm height, Had chanced to And her waiting, JVud clasped her in ita arma of light. And held her thore elating. But when he kissed and turned away. O'er hill and river roaming. Her brown hair held the'gold of day, And gleamed a...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
netting dim. tears—what stuffl km' m; r day r in each of England's i waa an Englishman, and 5 foreign crews in the next war w«uld navigate tlte ships to their own port*. Only a few days ago a little boy died •f hydrophobia in New York city, and on Saturday another was killed by the nam" dread disease. In the latter in- stance the lad had recently been bitten by a cat, and that the ailment really waa hydrophobia is attested by Mr . Ham- mond and Flint, besides the attending physician. That cats can have this dis- ease has been strenuously denied, but this cafe seems to be indisputable. " TOBAOCO leave " for the manufacture W cigars are now being produced in New R York by the progress of chemical science. Kb material used is a kind of brown wrapping paper, made of straw especial- ly for this purpose. The paper, after Mm¡ng from the mill, is saturated with the juice pressed from tobacoo and other •ffal; then sheets are pressed through a machine, which gives them the perfect appearance ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
• : w H i ■ * HOME INI ApplelH>. apples that ¿re Very tart, i with / drcd flour over until white, ". «í*to ib, r;"i0¿ty 0f nutmeg, put in halt a f^cuF of hot water, cover with-c^at and PlekUng Cabbage- First pier all large leavea'off, then grate them nicely, then put .them on and boil until tender, take them out ajid drain until all the water is out; then take vinegar, pepper, allspice, etc., one. teacupful of sugar to every quart of vin- egar, or more it your vinegar is very strong, boil it five or ten minutes, then pour it on the cabbage, put on a weight to press down, and set away for use. i Kidding Houses of Vermin. The Journal of Chemistry says the fol- lowing is fatal to all sorts of vermin that prove such a vexation of spirit to the good housekeeper: Two pounds of alum dissolved in three or four quarts of boil- ing water. Let it remain ovor tho fire till all the alum is dissolved. Then ap- ply it with a brush, while boiling hot,-to every joint or crevice in the closet wher...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
The Stor y of a Picture. exhibition in the art -There circle He ho c«i best infinite the vast To be out of m 9 I 1 Fio $1—Waiting, (poetry); AcctdsoU o( s Uto; Enormous Honor Production* In California; How the Jameses Escaped; Odd Occupation In New York; Tbe ltapld Progress ot Industrial Pursuit* In the United Btutes; The Object oí tbe Attempt to Despoil Lincoln's Orare; Chi- nese Superstition; Black Hills' Fortune Hunt- ers; Trlflos for the Ladies; Alligator* Florida; A Venomous Beast. Illustration 6. O. VogeJ. PAO <2—Current Paragraphs; Her Treasures; Tho Border Land; Tho Presidential Inauguration Tbe Yale Oollogn Collection of Fossils; Cotton Supply, Demand and Prices; lira re and tla.v Old Si on tbe Negro Franchise. FamIS—Heme Interests; Bitten bjr a Tarantula A Burning Island; I Know Not the Way Heaven and Hell; Steaks and Boasts ; When To Be Idle; A Sensitive Lover; Polar Illu- sions; Help Kach Other; A Direful Malady The Wickedest City on the Pacific 81opo; The- ory of Lum...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
. V;,'. r, and get LY the balance of the t four, and the dash, jrou to the paper fróm nOw 1878. We are in nowise responsible |br the acts of our agents. Persons subscribing' to the Monthly through club or othejf agents do so on the responsibility of thé agents alone. We send no papé ra to sub- scribers without the cash in hand.—tf. _ . JR f Mimen lnnJ«, .jsliuit shores of life rttb desert Bands. . y ftyiu your edon lionn li, migeljuidu of ulue. And load mo wheri (lie btoinaiui bli And ah**' of torvaat tt|Wt ,, V Oh, .Kulth! come In your holy i And bear my weary feet '■' To peaceful rest in graten of pHlaf, í> Beyond the desert heat I JJionieiiibor, A Club of four subscribers and the cash, $8, will entitlé you to our Weekly otfe year, free. ¿ Remember, on^ subscriber and the cash, |2, wlil entufe you t* the Weekly three'fctjiths; two «, Subscribers and $4, for six months, etc., etc. • Remember, all of our present sub- scribers who send usi$2 for the Weekly by the 1st day of Janfta...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
■ ¿I *' • t ; wMmmm ■PH* S • "■ ' '• •■'"'i ■ ctv warn!' MM 15, 1876.. VOL.' 1.--N0. 11. - *-• ■ o • . mJk¡- -■ f- - í¡ ^ *5 \. will i which the -for thel WHS Punish* than ÍQ \ Bryant, in pout rested on \ v! i 7 ' _ ' Blee they're eo young «ad tender, They might oatoh cold tad die. At bcit, abe'a Tery foollah- , The mother-lien I meen— 1 Bhe'i not om bit o( forethought, But proud aaany queen : tioea clucking with ner cblekeni And never tblnki, I know, That wintry dayi ro coming, Tha tatocklnga do not grow. Bo get your knlUlng-needlt , And when the «ocle ai e done, Send them right on to Mickey, She'll need them e ery ono. Then when cold wlnda are blowing, 'Twill be rere «port to e e Twelve little ehlcki In atocUnga, F.ch proud «^roud^^^ Papa' True Story. " Oh, papa, papa, toll us a story!" «ried little Mary and Emma, running up,to their fkther, who hod seated him- self upon the porch, and was about to read the evening paper. "Tell us a true story," snUl Emm , tho little four-year old...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
fir r t^kSLKfii"; ■ m- JfKtf- i "I t fcV «P, Wh te'< The etrS ,tad to ato t our U Isnwtis sly in our thought Ao\fail« short of cur inti : the taauly wo " il iniels to tholr home , aba leave no siiiii. iJr «II the deubte and trials that o rex up. By ull III* (alls mod (allurui thai annoy, Uy nil tho «tranco delusion that perplex ys. And yield no fruit of Joy. . • We knot that unto mortal* la not giren The «Irenglli or knowledge that la yet In store For ub, ere we walk the streets of litaren, And dream of heaven no more, l'ho heart ol orth has aecrets yet wlthholden, That wait the dawning of some future day. Wlion angel hands from sepulchre so golden Shall roll th<s atone away. Man has not touched the zenith of creation; Tho godlike thought that filled Jehovah's mind He's bad in him but feoblo revelation, Uncertain, undefined. The days wherein time reaches Its fruition, With momenta weiuhted wlili no vain regret, Those days of which tho foul has swoet provision, ■raw nigh, but a...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Street's Monthly — 15 December 1876
Wr-r" Hi, * m i . J JY, D] — l-N( mmm 1 a 1th which ' for i i of Wm. mm ... '•■"•CTl, i im neart r iy * at long «go; When «he could with a mother's pride, 'A chord, whom music. sweet and Thrills grandma's aged heart a¿ain in the dan of long ago; fe'- . •* M ■ /;# : >■ Three little boya call to her aide. Unheeded now are Allie'a words; She see* again her children lair; 2 bree little restlem forms once more Are standing close beside her chair, And memory giveth back her Sweet echoes of the busied yesrs. The music of each childish voice In eager questioning she bear*— rami memories of that long ago, With here and there a throb of woe. for she can see the darkened room, A little Agure robed In white, Whoso rounded limbs are still in death, Whuseeyesof bineareclosed from sight, On. thnt little grave beneath the tree Which hol ls so much light and Joy ; Aiiwho can toil what cherished hopes Are burled with n baby boy T The years roll swiftly bv—but yol. A mother's heart can ne'er forget...