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?. ' .'' AND 8iIALL" ir.OFlTS., : i I
- AND SMALL PROFITS,
' GURLKT'8 NEW CHEAP :STOr,n; j
OURLEY'S NEW. CnEAP STOUE,
GURLBY'S NEV7. CUEAP'.STOniV;
:V ;'-: V EBENSBURQ, PA. "t .'V- !
EBENSBURG TA.'! i'
;f,, ; EBENSBUi:GtXA.. ::t ;rs :
Tb Lurgest Stoci of. Gopd'al Tie Best
Selected aod the Greatest Variety ; ever
trough t to Towa: ' '" . -, ' ' ; ' ' ;
LARGEST, CT1EAPEST AND BEST,: '
; LAEGEiST, CIIilAPEST AND BEST, i
LAKQEST, CUEAPEST ANDBESTkl
GO AND SES. ; 'l ! '
. ' - .; GO :and see. ctj; ; i.
GOrAND EES-.-;i j
Th snbscrlbr calls tbsi attention of ihe
jmbli to th fact, that he has jast received
and opened ont in Lis New Store," a large
,siockpf goods,"" consisting f
. flourcoii irEAL'ciior peed i
Bran. Fish, Bacon and Cheese; Sngar, Cof
fee, Tea, MpasF3 Spices, tobacco, .Cigar
.Caudlea.Boap, Vioegar, &c. &c. t, ;i
. -NOTIONS; DllUGSPERFUlIERy;: j
StooewRre knd Earthenware. ALSO'a fine
isortment of the best and latest etyle of
Hata. Ha ; always keeps 'constantly : on
hand Bologna Bansases, Sardines. Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can, or half cans, and al
most everything in' the eating or drinldng
hne. . All; of which i will be sold at email
profit. : - - ' I .-'i .t
' ' " GEO. GURLEY, '
.isnnary.81.18C7Ji' ,: M
;T1 N WA R Er ,H A R D VA R E, 1
r1867, trade, j Jg(j
fj r . J.apv now prepared to oiler ""'":
f -fiUPKHIOH IITDUCEZIENTS ; .
TO pASH PUIICHASEE.3 OF
JIN & SHEET-IRON XlMMl
M WHOLESALE 01i EETAlL. k I
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IXj stock consists In part of every yarle'ly of
Tin, 2iect-Zroat i !
COPPER AND BRilSS WABES,
i I ENAMELLED AKD PLAIN i O
5 GAucisnsrrorLtms; riJ
OAI SHOVELS MINE1 LAMPS, OIL
, iiwuor.x UiVLNiauiiNti HARD- i
Tfe WARE OP EVERY KTisrn !
4 - - -
HEATING and COOKING STOVES
EXCELSIOR COOKING STOrLS;
KOBLEjTRIUTPH'a .t rr,nTi mnrrl
Atdjany Uooking Stove desired I will. get
when ordered at roannfacturer's prices.
Odd Stove PJates and, Grates, &c, for re
pairs, on hand 1 for Hie Stoves I sell ; thera
will b-3 ordered when wanted. Particular
Written for Oic Cambria Freeman.
THE HEART BY SYMPATHY. VOfi.
TLcir faces were neither as fair nor aabriqU
As Lieanor's, yet they wre dearer to m,'
32- GUnaUEHATinA tllVSli; i
iTToEad the! fblloin
:cnpUoa'atd' Lislo'ncarskctcli of 'thW Sq
jucbanni ia, tho TJjtgSlandard j
JOhcrs3"ia:' taore :beaatlfal Frot of
And when they ell came to my chamber each ca;th tb.an. thal men of .If ax toe
' night. ' - i- ettlQd we Jbavo never seen it From its
xo Bass rao lor n-other7 1 never could see .
in ners half tho beauty that ehono in- their
attention given to
all o(wh!ci Lo pades orJi cfbest rnato-
-riaas ana put up by competent workmen.
Lanip Burners, Wick and CMcmeys
TM PORT ANT TO EyERYUPDY,'
Takes pleasure in annotinclog to the citizens
of Ebensbnrg and the north of the; county
genarally, that he has recently added to his
toes a large and complete assortment of - ,
BIIOES, BUSKINS, GAITEI, &c!,
For LadU. and ChUJren' Wear,
from the olhratl whnlpal mftnnrkrf.tirf rid
totabl'uhroent of Ziegler Sc Sutton; Philadel-
fbia. -,; This 6tock comprises everything that
w oearable and serviceable in : the way of
custom-made tetctd uwrk, and every article ia
warranted of the best material and most per-J
feet manufactnjQ, ; Iu the sale of Iheso gootls
the subscriber pledges-himself to repair, freo
of charge any article that may give way af-i
er a reaaouable timo and reasonable usage.'
The ladies are specially invited to call arid'
examine the stock. ' - - '
The enbscriber also keeps on hand and Is'
prepared to manufacture to order BOOTS
md SHOES for Gent's anl Youth's wear, of
tb very best materia! and workmanship,
d at prices as reasonable as like work can
w obtained anywhere.; Fiench, Calf, Com-!
oon Calf, Morocco and all ether kinds of
Leather constantly on hand. v.j'.:-ij; ;
C7" Store on Main street next-door to'
Crawford'e Hotel.;',-. .ffeb21-tf. ;
I wonld call par ticular attention to the Liht
House Burner, with Glass Cone, for Riving
more: light than any other in nse. Also, the
v j Paragon J3arner,ibr Crude 0' i
r- II if- ? i LL. Hit'-:' '
eyes, j ruago that will iiever ccasa to be ro'
Kk&Uer all hWfth i Bran
And tears in her lashes, received my em
brace. . . ;
'.rn -"nnT-r - - . .
I ebenld have told'firsY, bat lzf lonely heart
Prom this sad remembrance, their mo the?
was dead : . - j
The.-chain, that (fflpn
I i ' "bright licks" l . j : - tl H; 1 i celebrated 'in the ,New, Pastoral. - and iU
.. ! v, ; t-j- KArUf was u 'gcae,: ana
instead; : ' ; ! . :
area an, Otsego TLake,) where' the Went
American' novelist has deWribod it In lan-
emung intersects the North Branch:
whose beauties, hiave " beon: embalmed . bv
one ofjGur rndst graccfsU ipoctsVbyttie
Yalley of '.Wvoming, which liveaiforever
in. the imagination of .Campbel 1 but which
is fairer even lhan thejEcmi-tropicaVfancy
of t wWli hoi was .enamored ; on'by tjie
bold scenery 'of the meeting of;- its . waters
at ;N6rthbmberIand, ,"tp its - brpad lo'ry,!
ly lart dearest dster bad left ma jthis band
i . U'o : jva'ar. 1 watc'a ever, ead to be lov'd byj
An I taolher raora '.terser ct'tr lived, ia' the
BVrCZlZl g?.TER I
It recommends itself.
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS
,. .. J of all. size's constantly en fcandX J
i f Special attention given to:
Jobbing in Tin, Copper and Sheet-lrcni J
- afc lowest possioiQ raif5. -
f -i ?nOLESALE MERCnASTS LlSTS
now ready, and will be sent on application
j b7 Srja person. , .'
r rdloping to see all my old customers; and
many new ones this Spring, I return my:
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa J
trbuage.I have alreadv.receiM
endeavor tQ.pjeasejari. wbniay call, whcth-l
si vimy Duy or not. u i
i m FRANCIS W. HATi J
ooanKiown. JVlarch 7. 18r.7 m ;
. - - - w o v . . v .u ,
EAT'REDtcriOJf in PmcrsI
J.XJ UAStl IS DYERS 1
! AT THE EREXSDURQ f
. The undersigned respectfullv informs the
citizens of EbenBburer and the nublic fpnpr!
ally that h bis idida i ifrcat reduction in
prices to UASU BUYERS. My stock wilt
consist, in part, of Cooking, Parlor end HeaU
ing Slaves, of the most popular kind3 j Tin
vare oi every pescnptioo, cifmy own man
ufacture; llardiiare of, ajl Jdnd. 6uch aa
Locks, Screws, Butt Hinges, Table Hinres,
Shutter Hinges, Bolts, Iron and Nails, Win
dow Glass, Putty, Table Knives and Forks.
Carving Knives and Forks, Meat Cutters,
Apple I'arers, l'en and rocket Knives in
gTeat variety, Scissors. Shears, Razors'aud
Strop. Axes,, Hatchets, Hammers, i Boring
Machine?., 1 Attgers. Chlsach, (Planes, Com
passes, Squares, Files, PaspsAnvils, Vises,'
Wrenches, Rip, Tanel and Cross-Cut Saws,
Chalna of all kinds. Shovels, Spades, Scythes
uui ouams, XwaiiCS,, Jr orKS, bloiga liells,
Shoe Last3, Pegs. Wax Bristles, Clothes
Wringers, Grind Stones, Patent Molasses
n 4 jo on1 IfAA.t,. T - 1 fii 1
& LAND ELL;
tit and Arcb. Plxlla'da. -
ASB OPENING FOR SPRING OF 1867 :
&CasM Select Shades of SILKSr
l.. Fashionable PLAID SILKS.
.- , BISMARCK, the New Color SILK,
Best BLACK SILKS in Town, .
PLAID INDIA SILKS, Perfect, V-
New Spring-DRESS GOODS," r ; 7
New Etyle Spring CHINTZES.. , ... i
ie. ORGANDIES of Newest Style,, ,
Steel-Colored Poplins, for Suits. -
Bj STAPLE Uouekeping GOODS.
rh Stock CLOTHS. CASSIMEEES. and
TW-fEDS,forXouthsV; -j ;.-.;!
P S. Merchants in serrch of scarce and
ceeirable .Goods .wiUfind, it their intercut to
lan- eSnmiBeour stocks ''.4.-61 '
A AVORD PE03T-JOIINSTOWN1
joux-j. irjRpnY & co -
hir Stores in the'Seoit House? Mat nSC,
. and -in Clinton Street? Johnstown; -
"Te constantly on' hand a large' and.' .well
lector? KfneV rf i!nnnW "' ' -
der. Caps Lead." &:d')ddAStovQ Plafsi
Grates and Fire Bricks, Well and ; Cistern.
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P Or better beloved by her children than L
The youngest were twins and resembled sa
The mother whoTglve them to me, that
A kiss from their lips, or their hands light!
A thing ta be prized,,, for her eake, and
So cheerful and happy, their slsferBo shy,
So cold and reserved that, while all were
caressed, ... , . . t
The heads were held fondest that JovM best
.to lie ,: ::J . v,
r Together, like choral-v'each hlght on my
Bat bno Eummer'day, wLen.her sifters were!
magnificent umoni " with th.'Chcsapeakej
cTcry oi ine cusquehanna is beauti
fuL . "Other f!veVg'..'bave;, their" points pf
loveliness' or of ' grandeur, 'tfxi Sasqnehani
ca has every formv of beauty Vor sublimity
that5 belongs'1 to rivers, j We- have 'seen
them, ' all r ' Copnectict,lHddsbri;,TDela
ware; Oh&, Mrssis8ippj?''SIissonfiL " ,TherQ
3, Nothing' like the Susquehanna on" this
continent 'Its peculia'r'cHaracter'de-pe'nds
fapoa its origin m Hha .New York' mead
ows, ' its passage'Uhrough'V the- magnificent'
Pennsylvania ".; highland and' (!he;moun
tains. , Every where its course is deflected ;?
it begins a' wooded lake ': It winds a lira-
pid brook by .meadawa, and over "' silver
uwira -iyaivesHS i Way inrouga moun
tain It loiters, restingly y their bases? ;!
it sweeps in broad' courses by the' valley.''
Ijs -ilwih, 'in'itsmad FpringYreshets,5
rosues from'the hills" with iivJortxj
Away o'tTfiho meadow, for dairies thev
My Eleanor sat 'coath a tree in the lawn.
As fair as the white llosgomi .over her head
My window was open, and softlv WAS lvwri
The sound of her voice to my ear, and I
urew , .
Mpre. close. to thexasemeat that-brisht sum
S--' r mer incrd. ' r ; . -.i . -4
TEat'-each woid ifcLe-uttered 'might come
to me too.
i nmps ana rubing ; Harness and ScuVteru
Ware ,of all kind ; Wooden and WUZow irdre
in great variety ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps,
Pish Oil, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil. Lubricating
1 Goodsf Boots, ' Shoes,' Groceries;
fit "general variety of -NOTIONS &c
HP i'.Tct ail stored 4,11 'Va
Jbeetj Bclectcd ita can and are offe
5es'w4hnridt fU to pro,ve satis rac-QalUnd-e
-Mcie fur yousaves.
Ji-'rt LOWtlB CUILCst
... w. G iitjnruEY. -
; -. ! ; 1 pitt sb uiiair? pX.
TaVf f sale of -Ifope Mill" Gtt4
2i; iSi??." 0arpt aa5n-
QilIlosin, Tar, Glassware, Paints, Yarxiih,
Turpentine, Alcohol, d'c. v ;J ;
, FAr ' ? r ' : CCS j
fc'icli as Tea, Coffoe, Sugars, MolassesS'yrj
rps Spices, Dried Peaches, Dried Aprles,
Fish, J Hominy, Crackers, Rice and Pearl
Parley; Soaps, Candles; TOBACCO and
CIC IRS; Paint, Whitewash, 5cmb. ULrseJ
Sbc, Dusting, Varnish, Stove. Clothesjnd
Tooth Brushes, all kinds and sizes; Be
Oor?s an'1 ?T3tsULi Jpes, nd w.my cthe
trt: ;Ies c t: -3 vt-
-w" v Zi.,ag Ladejp'rdntod and -j-ut
nji at low rates for cc5. A liberal discount
tz-'i 'to country dealers buying Tinvfare
v::.ulc5ale. r --7 -: C". IlUNTLEr i
Viuensburr. i ;
OCTvET KNIT2S, Taelc Kmves
cheap fcrcU'at rvOL0J li HUXLEY'S.
OOD TRUNKS AND VALISES,
for sale low at G. HUNTLEY'S.
Oh ! never a ballad more tonchins and sweet!
Than ' Rock me to sleep " has a pcetesai
.1 . 1 v.- -. i
And softly I wept'as t heard her repeat
The beautiful lines, from beeinninc tn pnd
The voice, full of tenderness, mournful and
Iiefroacb?dnSe--:S juInKt gentle'
; heart wrong-: I ., u-; .
I Knew' that deeDfeelinff alane 'could bctnw
The tremulous sweetness that dwelt in;
She met my dimyesa-fihe rose to come in
And hers became moist when she saw that
I felt that this moment was piven to win
The heart of the cxphauand, qu4ckly...l
stepped - V ?i V v ;; t
Across the low porch and extended my" arms;
w i.u tceir yearning embrace like
" My mother!' the mem'ry of that mo-i
meat warms ; rh $t fr- f
My heart to this day feiih tha love in that
'Tls years since the warm tears of sympathy
-. -".ai,.. - ......
f, 7b p'i'ehd . reserve that had kept her
from nirff . ... .... !
And often she tells me that morning wa3 sent
10 teacn ner she had a fond mother In me.
My beantifnl children, they still come each
m night OX- v - i
" T kiss me for mother," and I am so
; blest, : ....... - .: ... '.
So proud of their tenderness, truly I writa ;
V f-prrrrivl lovTne ox wHc!M
A caso similar to that of Enoch Ar4
den, thouglvkss poetiein-its-dstaila and
barybort, Mass. A man at that placd
who had a wife and four children, ran
away, and for seven years no tidings wera
heard of him, and he was eivea cn for
dead. Ia the mcastimr a brother of tha
truant husband had supported the family,;
and finally married the imaginary widow '
Many months had not elapsed, however
when hpml cajna hssbd israber 6ne.:
and, ctrar taall ;rdmintrcj--recedent
made ! himself ikndwnSindSEialmed hij
ppouse. expostulation trom the happy,
couplo wa3 in vain. lie couldn't eeelu'V
but took pes3ssin rhouso and wife, and
lclt bis cuaruaud brother out in tha rr.h!
out a town on the spot and with singular
-v.vuu-ufc.ijci, spun; six acres on a noble
hill which'rises on the iibrthWesC which
he conveyed to- the Stab1' for " public par-poses,-
v The Cap! top. of Pennsylvania isi
now built -ppon it,:and the city of Ilarris
burg bears his "name. ',' :-., V " . j
' THE AGE:
1 Shak&pearQ was' rather a "slow coach in
giving; tha ages of man, ase only gave
$evenY ' " .".' " ; ' " .,5
Congressmen cOvet the rmle-age.
Tailor admire thegarb-age' ' s f ' -5 j"
U Brokera revel in the bond-age. ' -''i;
; v Letter-writers look to their post-age. s j
n . WriterSjShouId.mind the .dot-age (i i
r, PHzfr-fighters, aro" suited with pound
ae.' 1 "i ''" .' j t-ii. i.i i i
'it ThS .EDgnEnmaatjoiccs!rin-flia' per-
Bqys like, to reach; the: Itoretage .t.jj
We'd all like to reach the coin-afo. I
, School children &re mostly in tha rerbi- j
age aa-age'ana carn-age. ' - !
'1 Deadheads delight in the 'pass-age,: !
ui Impudent peopla attain lo'.the sau3-ags!
h yioibbors rejoice., .to . reach a good
old port-age.," ',' ;; 1 " ; , . , .
1 ' Hotel-keepers aro happy in tho cott-agel
and do Well in'host-hge. - ;i : i $
IcSeldiefs Soften: attain! to faV-age 'and
carn-age.-. f?r;' -ill b-.uk "At . j
Editors delight, in. press-ae.? . . , !
"'Liquor dealers'don't admiro' the stopp-
. Creditors don't like the dunn-ae: V !
; Apotheenes-aU thrive ' in ; tho -piU-age
pnerman's Yvummerswero all on the
fbr-age. " , -' . " ;
:iMos of ns-'aro pleased;at honi-arre.
' i Gamblers alt attain to the paoV-e.'
(u uiayaiors ra xao grape enjoy i"w:--3int-
Cooks lire through a pot-age. ' 4 j
- .Ladies are'C, Vvl-ro thv marri-se and
w.Th'e folIo.wIng'homUy ; we eive .as we
found it leaving our sober feliow citizens
to warrant for the truth it contained :
.SjThe most foolish' predicament a man
can get'into is to 'get .cVunk; U drunk,
enness every jn an shows his strongest' and
V saro lis kind
Cl runi.ards, an J -if-joa wiirgo ' Into a
city drinking placa where there are a
dozen men under the imlnsnee of liquor,
you!vvi!l be sure to Had these' six differeni.
character?,' representing difTerent- animals.
()l?The first is ape "drunk. Ila laaryiartd
singand yells, nnd .dance?,,ma4
sons ot grimaces and cutting npAvf " -of
"monkey-shines" to excif'tfbf 7 CO i
of his fellows f ' Terriul y ell! fa 7 60
eaves, with ita faTTa. 1str?n are siven ta l VM i- i - i
its channel, of the richest greer - p:diauica!i 'a-viiuaVo pdl lv-??1iversal
surpassing: 'beauty :". while ' thosTna' p; rsufi-2:ei ,r";;;! -:W''vr'? ,- 1
I " f - r.l K f Y j T 1 )
i ,,i.vow MvrKrq iyi;u oi jue cerer-ae.'
I " f J V ' i - . ' ,(..... o .
through the"' mountains "afford." points "of;
scenery mr1 fLnefhan any ono. would be
lieve " them Jto be from-Any , He'scriptiOn If
uuk ocvu iuem, , , . . r f - n -,!
The Sasquehahna'-'makes 'this 'grandest
? '.f?"sages, '.Jose elo'w . the . mouth
of the J uhiata.' Its course there ia sevprkl
xnues long,- belore it entirely disengages
hself -from "the. rapids; recalled s Huntexta
aii. WBinn nro thn rnm a . a
J - VV1U J. Ut .LiiM
barrier "which once resisted its wa'v.""Enw
tirely4t 'liberty, ?f pours ats.''stream., a
sixty feet beneath il3. bank. . " Aboutsereii5
mUes. be!oy ;ih3;'Amountains7' at "point
whera 'they.look ' Woe in " tlie diRtance.-'-a!
flowtf in 4 little Etreara wHeb. the" tndia'ns
This mountain is the ' northern" boundary
cf the great valley; which;' underlaid with
blue limestone;. 'eovered orirnnallv with tha-
richest and noblest 'forest growtfi, ahd in'-:
eluding within " it J the garden ' f all the
Atlantic slope' extends from EaPtnf.1 on
the Delaware, 'by Eeadingj' Lebanon ' and
pcaser y;ilftrrisburg,. Terk-an-d Ca?
hsle, by Chambersbunr. Hairerstown nnl
Wiiichesterruntii fit'ldoses 'itself in the
North Carolina hjlis.'.The point of creat-
est beaqty is the epot ' where :it is cloven
by the Susquehanna.' : V
A-Aare.Q(3 ort7 jears ago, 'an 'en
terprising young man, from Yorkshire, in
England, r by. tIescentj probably, ; one of
those Scandinavi8n3,.who, under the (great
Uanate, he!4YpossessIon'of the 'North .of
England; and gave its. mV icha'racter' to
it, maae bis-vay to Philadelphia:" He
married hera -a: lady who 'came 'over" with
city. i-imrued bv thd inri, xfk?
picit "that broht him from'tbeold whrirh
and UEincr the inevit?i!vfi pta ttkT-'.'wW
chsraeisri of fcim. ha wthi to ha Krk
pf;.th?.?Sa?4cliariBa,-ia flersettieJ: fbrvf
paripd at :ai pe't tibcVo'.-Colambia, '
whereto vlUs-eof Bairihrif now ataftd.r
- i . . . . .
a piace m'
Dog fanciers eroy the cour-ago. . "
l Card-players"ahd Httle' phitdnn.delight'
in tbecH&b-ag.' i " :v ;
.-.y;FIshermeiLare foSdof the Ibe-ne.
nl Pjsoldiers.werqjn: therxnt-age.-.. "iv j
".. Misers delight in;the save-age. ; ,:. jj'n,, j
Sweet sixteen with the girls is a prim (e)
Porters thrive most fn the lugg-age." -- !
a All have tdgdnthrough with 'the Kis4
Sculptors rejoice, ia a rood im-ae..
.xn.e oiacas nave outlived "their. vassaH
is ;s. ? '-h - ; i V 'i mi : i I1 r -.I ' .. ;
' 'l:Fanneri and ' to any 'clerks' ;go "throubJ
the tnige?' v:''tr -.. "r1" Qi
alealersjgrow sliprt'in4 their 'ton-
rn'hot'jclimaies' we siga, for:3 the f umbr-)
"age: ,;; 1 - '-'" ; ;- i -J i; '
-"And we are-all golhg through lifVs voy
or awafcra Infiiaos. Eat -ha 5f aa-not
tned,,wlth 'this ..location,,-Exploring
cpwards along . the "eastern bank; ptvJa'
Ba.quehac"na, hedvanced' uct'L 'instead
ot; the ,Conewao.aliiIl at his;-back ecd'n
tco opposite side of the river, he fbys-J tha
entrance- optics Its ..t .lt,rm. r.f-.ui
ifui yallsy already deriVe'L-with
two . imo streams.f.tjfan dntot the- river
about five milia spart, nnd on Jh casern
ted ? pj -tca-r :nn:urpaa:X'ia
;! . MortAt;Cocf.AGti -General Sherman
'W'J?ti k1? ! teman ever. made on
hls'Horatycoarage; was -'Under, the following-circumstances
:.JrTbe; citizens , of San
Francisco were; celebrating the foWrth 'Sf
July In the large American theatre, which
was packed to, its utmost capacity. Gen
eral Sherman; was! chief marshal, and oc
cupied5 & seat n'ear the front , of the ' stage."
The orator had completed hi S ora'tioril- 'the
poet" b'eganf .his -song, 'when bne,pf bis aids,:
whits'with fear; made '"his"' wa v. ' down- ilia
-middle ais! to;Ke;foctlights, and beckon-
mg me uenerara' ear. 'whispered 'to'him
that the theatre had settled a foot and a
half' in oha orthe sidoVwalls; under .the
weight of the IcroVrL'and mr'ht be' exnp.-t-
ed at any moment to tu'mbb'on 'their heads
jiuius.- jtue general. commanf?(d h'm
Id feitddvri where he wasi'-withont turn??
his pani'c .smitten face to ih.rii4rce' and
iOsay hot xjnejr ird, J He then oiaieav Wnt
yiii out. vurepor? xne condition. . of - tho
'wali;rthen gave h-s' apparent attention to
the poea, .expecting .e very xBoxacnt,Vs be
-.faid,rto Ihd. tU!ars rralin -and tho roof
.falling n, ..bfit.Etmthdcis cirtain thaft;hy
.generapand.Eudaearaovsment' and -fri -ht
c:. ic& people x-o-Jld Lcitca tha catasr-
-i - '
The second is tiger :c:. unk, H? breaks the
bottles, breaks the chairs, breaks the bead
of .his fellow carousers,. and is full of blowl
and ; thunder. ''Ilii' eyes are ;tired with
vengeance, and his soul raves with' "mur
derous fury. Of: this sort are those who
abuse their families.; :..
; T1h.eith.ird i3 bo2 rrunk. . , He rolls in,
tho dirt on the floor, slobbers, grunts, ind
on going into the streets makes bis bed m
the first ditch: or-filthy" corner he" mar
happen to faiL into- Ue'fe heavy, lamp,
ish and sleepy,;and ia a grunting - way,
asks for a little more', to drink. v . . ....
'The fourth is pappy'' drunk" ' 'He, will
weep; for kindness,;and whine his love and
hug yon in his arm?, and "kiss you with
his slobbery . lips and.' proclaim how- much
he loves y.pu.-.Xoi.are.1jtKe best man he
ever saw, and be will lay down his money
or; his life for you: "! v " V , -1
- ; The' fifth ia owl drunk? lie wise m
bistowtj conceit.' ": No-man mast dlfTer
with hirn,- for his word islam fllaUtrao
in politics, , and in ail m alters : must ) be
vuisea as autnontv. ifia arm ;a
strongest, bis voice the sweetest, has Corse
the fleetest his turnip; Ihe'Iarg-st his foiie
tlie .Ssesvof all ia'tho room. It ..;-
c.';.The sixth and last snimal-.iii the aen-
agerie , ia, the.. fox .drunk -,raaiw, pa . ja
crafty, ready to trade horses, and cheat f
can-' '1 Keen to strike a "barfrain.' leerin-r ,
raround -with low eunning,j peeping'' through
j cracks,, listening uades'tha ''eave-' watcli-
insior gome Su?piciOU3 tlung, sly s a fox,
sneaking as a. wolf. ..II3 is tbe-.TSujJ
drunkard of them alU "
- - i - iii 'fc--!.!t i
. . : .. r-.-., .... -;.,, i , r t -,,,.,,
"owto . Wjiitixe, Only , th is -morning
I faV in the depot, ' waiting for the
tram. There had .bc-en 'an 'accident on
the road below- and1 scattered th'aVocHl
aroupd in a .very:crooked wav;?ft that
the passenger train.cculd not get by, :and
so we had to wait, and wait. a weary
while.' ; Some folks read their" paper:
some Fpenttheir time in making : the air
bad wjth vile tobacco smoke. -But there
was one .boy, with a. shy and a. discour
aged look, that sat and whittled, He did
nqcot his stick r.ail to. pieces, as some
people do when they, whittle,' but he carved
oat two nice little tied runners, two IncbeV
and a half; longr and th'eV bade1 cross
pieces, and ftted them in the runners by
dovetailing. ?! Then he; whittled a. round
piece, and bored small holes in thn ft
end of each runner, and inserted theJ end
Of the round piece: -!' The sled, when com
pleted was a very neat' piece orworkman-
r.u.iu wn atcracteci . the --attention; of
the gentlemen in the depot. It .cam- cnt
thf t the boy was looking 'for. a place to
work for bis "board and clothes." Every
body 'w&j pleased5 with" -thV led, '"and
everybody was disposed to heir hirri. -He
umx uu,Eeveotytnve,cents4 and; with thia-
With a wif3 the Hwjer is more trus-i
ty, the aocfvi t.i.pc.v..5d and useful
the eiechanlclcaore iauditrious, and the
' taan without a wifo is co man at ail
:;w:r" at the l:f,'3cf ri f 'i-
!pe.;or!-rid-'3.'cf lan i-.-'IIcre. ho
?--tt.;ur r.d the .ferry -acrcps tnorlrcr :tD:
tLo entrance of the...Cambcr!-;4. IValley'
was called after him.
His son, ih first whita child born west
of tha Conewag hills, subsequently kid
ta agravat tha rum while; by tho rdi
ary slo w- raeii oOr cf dispersion,- tho !d.-n-might
pcIUy Lj...cscped.o -Tho exer
cise continued ca'Iyi to thi Zhss..-' T!
eu?pectmg-their peril, and tLscrV'iU-s de
stfnciion.wai averted by fhe''jie.;Hn'':-c'f
Tind,-;th3:-sc:f-ccrd.i of th Irnvooul
i-oiiuw k .s..j;aA?,-ueeU2d unc.n'te-1 It- v3 . r.frt , p.-... t . , ,
' T" . , 'Rr--i!--'tuwitaoujcrl Tvhst's to n? . r?1 th?
oeiraypg g-aw. or-"(;c -.chore-js ch'iigj cf i "To pny--fo .;v t" e-cIniAd't'-Vr.'
complexion, the uncertain, , trcmenJ.us - olhbg, of 'cJurle-thh'u a U&'tf
consequences. ' vmv:- '' .of
r.toi-0'glar.pj r.U 'tha
e was roic'? to tha irrcnt n;f o
tlem&nrcave him soma l-Jh-' t-iiA '
cered lum a " WeckV'work';: 'Finally, a
he, was tia.son of. a wl low, and did -not
w-uut to.be a burden to fcls r?ow .t,:.
last gentleman rave hirs a rhce,irrhi
own famTlv? 4a wAfW'! ' .
v uuiuy, w wors m .summer, and r
to school in winter.' iv - .-P
- And so the boyHvhUta'hlckir into :a
tit-cation. ;..2li3 madj sersfthmi:.i -Tt.i3-a
,iir?i-rtq ralo to ah
yays. .mas e- .f?om,;ihir;
lave fomo object, evea ia whittling 1
iJ stands on my desk. 'while. I wr'itej'and
an 10 iiccp ir, -enj watch t
till I sto 'Whether -Ee i will nc: wk
ay to saecess in life. Xh.-.Ii
:A CAT.iror.-i Stost trlh cf a n bo
resp.vecl to r-.:it drlr.km.r,; and' wen? !- a
notary to pet him to draw up an lavi
IO luiS ttt. " it.3 t,;
Fiu,i rtny held c
Esadiko BIaxtijI on every pag
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--- -- -...... j .j; reinrnei tfce
grataful but very forgetful nCiant, "ron'-a
a brick. Let's take a drink 1"
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