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- QUICIL SAL.CS, ''
- AND SMALL PROFITS, --' '
" AND SMALL -PROFITS,
',;.AND SMALL PROFITS. :'.:;
OURLEY'S .NEW. CHEAP. STOR?!.
GTK LEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE.
OURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE -
' ; EBENSBURQ,' PA: "
; EBESEURO, PA.
The Largest Stock of Goods. The Best
.j mo THE LADIES OP EBENS- (TU- UU ej iAA;,
A BU RG-AND VICIN ITY. Having re- VUS, SfiflCgfS, $ttt At.,
: ; cently arrived from the city with a band-' ' ' ' ..." - '..
thiilost cistsu bp. pYonirjai
Eome assortment of Spring and Summer-Mjl
imery and Straw Goods, of the latest styles,"
comprising Bonnets, Silks and Velvets. S.fino
French Flowers, an assortment of fliUjons,
all widths and colors, Ladies' plain iand fan
cy Dresj Ctf5, Infant3r Silk and Embroid
ered Caps, together with Hoop Skirt3, Cor
sets, Hosiery; - Gloves' Ladies' 'and, Gent'3
find Linen Handkerchiefs, &c , we invite-tho
ladies of EliensLurg and surrounding, disi
tricts to can an 1 examine our stork-' in ti a
Selected atiH the Greatest -.Variety , ever atore'roorn fonr.cn v occupied by E. Hughes
below the Mountain House.
, ' We have a fashionable miliner of excel
lent taste, who will pay particular itteutiorj
to bleaching, pressinr and alterincr Hata and
Bonnets to the latest styles. 1
Mrs. J. DOYLE, s
April 25-8m. Miss M. RUSH; i
- . .. j JOJIX.noCKETT, - - - - P. J. STORM
1110 airenuon 01 the I IfTrnTTcm . -i-r-.-r . I
to tho fac. that he has just-received JH0 ru oiLxlN JTAHN UNU. rai and arULcial society over the affection 1
1 out in his New Store, a larne I .TTT: ' .u fPPcss 01 man might form "a very
gocKiaconsistingt.f . 'r. ' " . 7 . . - ' nice question for the- philosophical Inatiii
rniMHrrT runTi fir-TV . I uesire to inform the miblic ppnprallv that ror. W hoJl.c K - ...
1 . w.uuuu n uuiu i
brought. to Town
LARGEST, CITEArrST AND BEST-
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST.
1ARG EST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
GO AND SEE. ' ' - -
GO AND SEE.'" "
GO AND SES.
TLe subpcriber calls
' 1 .v.- -j . . s.
Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cheese S, Hof. o-I-I X V? .lo. execute oiwe,
, .n , . b". , utim ana jrnameiiiaL ratniiTtn. fiinTinrr fyr,
fi T T1 , 1 . 1 . . .
owaoware ana r.artnenware. ALSO.afinn 5ty aca at prices as reasonable as anv
Msurminn vu mo oesc ana latest etvle of I Vfcucr "ri wr maivmuai m tne country.
, wui at meir room m j-owtner's buildin
under Konsh's Drus Store, or address
; John Kockett & Co., Altoona, Pa.
apru zs, ittt7.-6m.
: JOHN WILKIN, Proprietor.
This House has beeo refitted, and offen
Kuraerous : instances arc "on ' rp'nrri 1
Indians abandoning their wigwams, cast
ing off their habit3 and their religion an.-l
becoming creditable members of'eivilizej
society. Examples of th? opposite chanje"
are jaroj. yet Some few have occurred.
But it:has often happened that white chil
dren, when captured and brought up by the
auuiaus nave iorgotten early associations,
or if too Younz to forget, have oftcrj" dis
regarded the dirence of color and become
real Indians. ' Experience in these cases
seems to prove that the ndrmf? co
.harder to win back to civilization than are
his dusky brethren ; and if this be estab-
iibueu, in comparative inHasnce of natu-
yeprs old, painted and jewelled
oair was as the .agent had de
t." 1 " ,1 . -.
ijei- th.ui usneam. tier, dress appeared
white. . Thoy obtained an interpreter and
began to converse. We may.imagine the
feelings of that little party, while they
listened to the Indian woman's tale". The
incidents oftbe assault and capture too
sv-eil known, alreadywere disclosed With
f. iauuiuinesa. wni-ri loft
no room tn
came vour naH t
inquired ,tha sister. My cider brother
pounded it fT when I was ii
pS if rember. '"Was it. Fran-'
CCS I . bhe smdes on hearing the. Ion-
,4CT"ra, flnd:-PnPtl7 answered
doybt. . ,4iIow
ancienr mariner.. Filled with ibis des
perate resolve, lie put a box of papercol
lars m Lis valise, and started for the river.
A gallant tug lay at tho landing and this
he.boarded, requesting to see the captain.
A sailor, -whose voice was deenl j bronzed
by exposure to the maintop mizzen
way, invited him to walk belov. " "
itered the cabin La wa
igulaiiy youthful eppear-
v- - were now satieSed that the
?. .7, .-.rr"; ana yet there i
was Jittlo joy; m. that meeting -..Thor.
1 -!LL: through re- U
1 uii.iui.xutB Ul IIIO
iee, Aea, molasses. Ssnicea. Tobacco. fhro I
andlM.S,ian.W ' l-r. framing ana . uuceminwg.
wmnvS' r,J T" X' .ner mba Ia or Huntingdon
..ivsvr..io, j-rivivc, 1 ufiiciii, ; I tiee, on tne shortest notice, in the
Hats. He always keeps constantlv
hand Bologu Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Qyeters in can, or half cans, and al
most everythlnff In the catin or drinkinrr
line. All: of which will be Bold At small
Main 8tbet, Ebexsbubq, Pa.
January 81, 1867.
icuu u uisruro the complacency with
which we regard our. own superiority in
this respect, must be left to the judgment
of every reader. ' . . . 0
' In 1778, the family of Mr. Jonathan
Slocum," near Wrilkesbarre, (Campbell's
W yoming,) Pennsylyania, was attacked by
Indians.- Within were two girls ao-ed
nine and five years, a son of thirteen!' a
little boy of two and a half, and their
mother. The men were working fn the
field and two youths were 7n ih r,w
. - y'vt
one ot these was shot
grinding a knife,
1 stock mimu eoiiPABY.
CASH CAPITAL $500,000.
We. are now
accommodations nperior to any other House eldest sister seized the little boy and ran
tn tha vieinitv. Th Pmnr.(n ffo iv, I . -Ti ... - . ana ran
m.:.;"t;'1v. cr: ; , .vs wun nim towards the fort
nnderstauds the wants of the public. His Wdt wonted humanity, chasing the m2Qer--which was on the ground, wrap
TABLE will be supplied with the delicacies SirJ merely to fnghtea her and enjoy the Pelm a blanket.. V, , ... ;
past, hut of a Iri-nri
WCF,..Faimu tor though the
.wiywers were walking the ' cabin unable
u .tne sister was hhln
in anguish, yet there sat the poor Tndian
ciiiw mouoniess and Msi;! v.
uu-uUSCil .uat me chorda of her bo-
euui were loucnea r.tor there were in her
uo nn cnortis to be touched
("K7" e party which" had conducted
the attack against her father's was com
posed of Delaware With this tribe she
remained untd she had grown up,: when
she married one of their chiefs. He died
or ran away, when she became united to
a Miama. rShe.had two daughters, both
ot whom grew ud and mA tj:
Jhey all lived m one cabin, rode the same
ana at night slept in the same
... . nen vaieb entered the cabin La was
u i5 curiam, us was
tell fena that he had coma to
ms Jive ana reliable Company. Owners of
wck uavn now the opportunity, by insur
ing with thU Comnanv.of oLtainintr cnrt.
ty and remuneration-for the loss of their an
imals In case of death or theft.
OWNEKS OF HORSES.
lanufacturers. Farmers, Teambters, Ex
rwFmen, Physicians, and in fact all who
ir to any extent dependant upon the ervi-
"v ot their horses in their daily vocations,
sUOllld insure lit this Cnmnnnrr n.l j,,,
Ifnve a protection ralnst the
itnimals, which are In many cares the sole
noun of support to their owners. '
'Farroers and others owning odIMa aUntA
avail themoelires of this means of savin" the
wu 01 tiieir stock, and secure an equiva
nt for the loss which would otherwise fall
1 , UpPn them in off deprived of
telr Cattle, by insuring in this,- the
"wwttK UUMPANY OF AMERICA !
uj insuring In this Company j-ou ex
w)ge a certainty for an uncertainty. No
Jian can tell whether hia animals may not
' stolen or die th
Kr Competent Agents icanied, io whom a
ra compensation vntl be paid. Apply to
oc tu., ueneral Agents,
April 4, 18G7.-Iv. . Alna P
, 0 Col. WM. K. PIPER, Ebensburg, has
.u anpoimea local aeent for th TTartr,-.rM
vootocij insurance Company,
of the season and his BAR with the choicest Bl2h of her running. They then took the 1 Le brothers and sister trif i
A. l . - I ihP'f crista 4- a . .
turning me grindstone,
and his sister Frances, and
!part. : Little SWn
lame, and the Indians, instead of TnnrU ban30f the Susquehanna.
wines and liquors. By constant- attention i ooy who hud been turnin" thft irrlnTafino
I ineir sister to return
? Dreoared to'lnsnrA T.TVP I nd due care for the comfort: of Ida ennsu J voanir SWiim on ,:. .:....e..- - J desired If- l. .... , ' "
WOCK against both Deart and WriiVih the Proprietor hopes to merit . iterr taAtZri " T ti- ct ' offered t(V; Z8. u Lr f11: ihfX
Tr-M. r ,r -I nf r i. 1 1 r . '" uiwuiu.iras , . o uwt noma on. thA
SCOTT HOUSE, j v., ;
JIain Street. Johnsioicnf Cambria Co Pa..
A. KUW 4 CO., Proprietors.
CHIS HOUSE havinrr been refitted and
lelegantly furnished, is now open for the
reception and entertainment of guests. - The
XV a tha la of Ll.i.L .t ..
- viysk nruiuu me i inamotner s
gaze. . ; . -'- "., .,
proprieors.by long experience in hotel keep- "Othing was -heard of4he Indians or
tng icel conhilent they can Matisfy a dis- rlfiir captives for more' than
dering hinv set him down ; and departed. ' ha bad always lived with the Indians.
One ofThe party slung ihe" little gfrVovsr ttey had always been tind :5
"lo """"""i ana us lace covered with "CI-' ,iaai EQe cad promised her late bus
uau oiaaen uy iong curUng hair,. uauu on. ma , death bed, never to . leave
w.ciu, ana mat promise she was resolved
oau ana sorrowful the three
generous tnends retraced their steps, leav-
A THRILLlriG SEil STORY."''
The MSI Tnfe, or, rhoeb. the FJftklel
A ROMANCE OP LAXD " ANd'watER; (WITH
"" VERY, LTTTtlr' SvATER. ). ' ' " :" . , ' j j
Gentle reader, have you ev?r stood on
the Leelpalh side of the canal on ono of
those mild January, evenings peculiar to
the early Aeturtn;. and. "watched the sun
rise from Jus gorgeous couch 'athwart the
iVestfm.i-kT,- luld listened to 'natch ih
.--..v., ..v.v -v woiiitii, coat-aeavers, "C1, euioue-stacK when the supposed
ttingjcd with the'eries of a ragged canal captain ra;sej L-l3 C3p an a :Bho r of
driTe? encouraging a "pair of attenuated faven ringlets feli'upon his shoulders,
cahco mules?: (If you don't remember " "What I" ' exclaimed the lover, 'cs!a
uujuuwe or not,-just -take time 6ara . 01 recognition Hashed across his
to consider, and inform us thrnnrh th brain, "Phoete Ann V . : .'.
poaVoffic;-enclosing a stamp.) ft was 4CakbP' : ' 7.
lt 8U-" lime aM n such a spot; that "ey- rushed into each s other's arms.'
wo solitary youths nitrht hnm I After an mhrnM . ,i.:.v. j .1 1 lt
walking arm in arm in that vicinity and meter in the cabin to rise to 100 de-
?rmev ,Nd We leI1 JO" that greee in tho shade, explanations ensued,'
one was fair and the daughter , of poor Sho bad divined his purpose to go for a
though-wealthy parents, and that the other ilor, and resolved, to thwart it The
.WMat, being ; her lorer?. . captain of the tug, being an auat of hers,
, Alter considerable time spent in refW- bad allowed her to be cnhiain fni tha T-
tion, it appears rather nfr'pira I and chancrt ha r, iu - ii .
snouia, because you wouldn't know it if 4na wa3 Penitent, Caleb fomvin-. and
ter to share the tug of life together:
THE YArniFE FEDDLEh! '
There is a sheriff residing in IIImoL
who-was f'taken in an.-l r.
occasion. He made it u' n
r, - , r.viiivui fill
io "";ss i xerret out and
peaiers tor travelinz through
MPOBTANT to EVERYBODY.
JOIXW EP. THOMAS
Vt? P, asure in announcing to the citizens
1 hbensburcr and th nnrUi
Generally, that ha has recently a.UoA tn
kt.l. I V . J v.v.v,v. U1J
sH0ES, BUSKINS, GAITEIiS. &c.
TV Ladies', and Children's Wear,
the celebrated wholesale manufacturing
jwMtnent or Zaegler & Sutton, Philadet
"'? Tllls itoclc comprises everythiD" that
i'jcsiratfe and serviceable in the vrav of
r,uc cTi-e icorA:, ana every article is
uted of the best material and most oer-
manufacture. In the sale of these goods
subscriber plclges himself Jo repair free
-charge any article that may giy0 way af-
ToaAble time and reasonable usa-e.
lad leg are specially invited to call and
me stoefc. . -
Tho subscriber also keeps on hand and Is
L,uui for Gent's and Yonth'
1 .1. . . . . . . : -
3d material and workmanship,
81 Prices aa rp.innah! oa lrt . 1, 5
Ufkf ' Uorocco and all ether kinds of
1 ,TVWD8CaQtiy on hand. - ... .
&;,or? ,oa.iin street, next door to
L '"'uoilotcl- rr,t,ni ie
COURAGE HOME INDUSTRY!
C0lJSe, Siffn and nrn'rnonfil D:I
Jrin! rii 7 -"-"".'iuii 1 tunic!.
Their Bar is supplied with the choicest
brands of liquors ami wines. ,
Jan. 81. 1867. ' (fy.)
UNION HOUSE, ; -'. i
JBENSBURG. Pa., JOHN A. BLAIR,
Propietor, spares no pains to render this
hotel worthy of a continuation of the liberal
patronage it has heretofore received.- His
txble will alwayi be furnished with the
best-the market affords; his bar with 'the
twst cf liquors His stable is large, and will
be attended' by an attentive and obliHno-
I . o
noMier. Jan 31, 18G7.-tf.
t .t . . . "
oui mey men returned, murdered the aTed
grandfather, and shot a ball into the le
of the lame boy, which he carried to his
grave. Ilioy then plunged into the
woods, and came no more. Tears passed
away, and nothing was beard of the little
gin ana ner teiiow captive. When the
mother had died, and the remaining broth
ers ima grown to manhood, they resolved
to ascertain if possible the fate of their
sister. They mads
letters to different tribes and agents, and
.wu liijuuu ina west and into th
Canadas. Ail was in rain a
- r '- av& lilt y '
inr toeir sister m iha ;Mrt-
j-ue xnaian sister died in 18-17: Al
though lo her last days her manners and'
idioms were tnose of, the Indians, yet
luc;c "ua someiomg in uer appearance
which seemed to raise her'above her
panions. . Her household displayed taste
ur.u Heamess, and owing to her economy
in her domestic affairs; her tent was al
ways stocked with plenty. She was ad-
burb uj. tue-rea ana .wnite men.
acr grave is on a beautiiull knoll near the
connuence ot the Mississinewa
we didn't. The young man had seen but that yery day. they agreed beforo a
""cu Pnngs, yet dltl Le nrge hj3 gnjt
with the passionate ardor of one who had
miainea uie ripe age of four score years
and ten, and although hia
exceed one hundred and tmnt..
pounds, he couldn't have plead more elo
quently had he weighed a ton.
The maiden she was fair, tvk 'i.
handles couldn't compare with her teeth
in whiteness, and the raven's win" had no
more business by the sida nf-w -to-,-
curls than a stove brush. Can ve wc nder
that the youns man twnm ha xu i
fully catch the measels for her afe n,i
expressed a willingness to have the scarlet
wver me second tune to prove his devo
tion. - .. ' , ; .
Alas! the nerversitv nf ArWor,- a t
though loving him "-derofedlysBTrepUcd
to his ardent dedaratioVby sitting down
on a stone boat and writing him a letter
of introduction to-the marines, to-whom
she recommended him to report that nar
rative. Driven to frenzy Xin . an . . open
hack) by such trifling, Caleb for that
was his name turned so red in the face
that he tore all the buttons off hJ jrat
And frrtYru1 of tK it . .
. . ..,v.v me muuia 10 sucn an ex
""uut a license; f-mt nnannm 1.
met his match In the person of a genuine
lankee peddler. r .
.u"6 ,haT9 ou Kot .to Mir-4any.
thing l" asked the sheriff.
laas, sartin f what d'j-e want T Got
razors, fust, that's an article you' Bced,
squire, I should say by the looks cf your
baird. Got good blacking 'twiirmal
them old boots of yourn , shine so't ' you
can shave in 'cm -e'namosL Balra -cf
Clumby, too onlJ a dollar a bottle good
for the ha'r and assistin poor hman na-
tur, as-the poet says." -
T And so he rattled on. At ls'nnhi the
sheriff bought a bottle of the balmf Col
nmbia, and in - reply to tho qaestion
whether, he" wanted anything else, that
functionary said he did be wanted to see
1 1.1.1 Mil 'T- Ik . .,.vv v VW'
tent that he split a bran, new coat ,w ltl! Yankee's license for peddlinir in llli
the back. Then casiin-y Vn i noIS tLat being his duty as sheriff
- 9 -f-" ,v. lUUJi
01 unutterable ann-msh. th
m ft ffnrrirriflw
fixed op good nnd 'fetroorr. in black fLr.,1
white. The sheriff looked at it and pro
nounced it all right. . Then handini? back
choicest delicacies; thJ Bab ii supplied with tude tbe bttle captive's fate.. .
choice liquorr, and the Stable attended by. i this time Frances was living. She
careful hostlers. Transient visitors accom- was introduced to the knowledge of c;vil-
modated and 'boarders taken by the week, ized society by a circumstance purely ac-
month or year, on reasonable -terms. feb21 cidental. -The Hon n..r tr
United States agent to Indiana territory,
while traveling on the banks of the' Mis-
CIMinaorn ' - ft OQfl f l , "
irioc.v-TTo, Viuou, iosc nis way, was
overtaken by night, and sought the shelter
of a neighboring wigwam. It belonged
through the west and into the Wabash a. spot chosen by herself, and
mvu uau ueen ner place ol residence for
1 tarty years. .
LORETTO, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.
THOMAS CALLEN, Proprietor.
frniS house is now open for the accommo
1 dation of the public. Accommodations
as eood as the country will affhrrl an I to a wealthy hnntpr nnA r..i
charges moderate. Jau 31, 1867-lf. Stored with skins, arm.
The agent was kindly received, and after
supper entered into conversation r;tK u
J. & YV. C. M'KIBBIN,' Proprietors, bostess. Lwmg was soon surprised by
. Fourth St., between Market and Arch, observing that her hair was fine and flaxen
May 9, 1867,-ly. PHILADELPHIA. Iored, and that, under her dress, her
stun appeared to be white. ; He received
from ; her the astonishing story " that she
was the daughter of whif nnronr.
f OSEPH ZOLNER, Jr.; :
Has taken the room oa High street, opposite
me juounta n House, recen!
JSuS5 S !?m SIocum.hat when fiy
1L J.Llovd as a Dru-Store. -Watches and "aa ned caive by the
Jewell y repaired on short notice nd at the
lowest rates, and all work warranted.
Ebensburg, May 23, 1S67.
ttl.r,.f - r'ry. cxecutea,
mentTr.r J ?nia. . thop in the
w v -own uall.
Uburg. May 9, 1867.m.
31 E S II. D A V I S,
Dealer 1m all kind, of
POPLAR, CHERRY & ASH LUMBER,
jl uru j. fa. o aa a it) v. uroau Hi., -PHILADELPHIA.
OCJ-Baslness attended to in Ebensburz by
J. yilliams. - fmyl6-ly .
R. J. LLOYD,
CpCESS011 to R. S. Bukk, DeaTer in
0 DRUGS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
Store on Main street, opposite the "Mansion
House." Ebensburg. Pa. Jan. 31, 67.tf.
OBERT E. JONES.
i ? : Ebensburrr. Cambri a m . To-
Dealer In Lumber. The htehast
in Cash, paid for CnEBTlY, POPLAP.SH
ana luinu L,uziLiluU. . -.
"'A NY PERSON intending to build a
X-l. House or Barn, can buv Nails and
Hardware cheap by paying cash at
r eo. s f t K; V LGH UNTLET'S. an Indian woman, apparently seventy-five
inaian3 irom a House on the Susquehanna.
Au.eise was iorgotten. , . :
On: reaching home the. agent related
ma auveniure to nis ; mother.,-. At her
solicitation he wrote an account of it
which he sent to Lancaster for publication.
inrougu eome unaccountable neglect it
lay in the oflice for two years,' but when
it was published, it was in a few days
peon by Mr. Slocuro, of Wilkesbarre, the
little boy saved by the girl of nine, sixty
years before. He immediately started
for Indiana, accompanied by the sister
who had saved him, at the same time
writing to his brother to meet him at the
wigwam. The little inciden
with this most remarkable journey have
been preserved with care, and may afford
ground for pleasnrablo refection. "I shall
know my sistsr," said the lady, "because
she lost the nail of her first finger. Xour
brother hammered it off in the black
smith's" shop when she was four , years
old." On entering tha cabin they beheld
telescope, he cried :
"Farewell, false one, forever I" threw
a double somersault , backward, and di
appeared, behind a hih board fence.
PhouBE Akn phainted,
!- - -, CHAPTER SECOND. '
We left Phcebe Ann
rather Caleb did. As soon as conscious
ness came Phoebe -Ann im 1
then she remsmhppcrl ntWK iv..
Wanted to bb a Son in-Law. Du- she had driven Caleb flw Rhv.i
. 1 " j . KhStAQ VAwlA
ring the summer of 1864, while the hos- aloud, "Caleb I. Caleb I" W nn pi.k
pitas in Richmond were crowded with answered. . However well other Calebs
wounded, the ladies f the city "visited might answer for others, no one but her
(horn 1s!l n '.t . 1 , . -i i , - . uc'
wwitius wiin mem aeiicaeifis 1 aieD wonia nnswAt tru 1 u
j-. - . 1 - uu , buvi tie
ot every bind, and vied with each other couldn't because he wasn't within h
to comfort and cheer ud the wounded: Where Lad he pobbT -
On one occasion a bright eyed damsel, of A thought struck her fa
about seventeen summers. wa3 distribn- thought to strike n-wnran -Ri,
ting flowers and speaking tender words of his love for the briny deep, which indnrWl
encouragement to those around her,'wheji him when a mere lad to run away from
she observed a yoiin'r officer who was I home to drive on the ..WfiWpWt.
n w r ----- vi vauai. 1 uwufc tiicll. LDG
mv - Tdlv ,:lnT: "7. V " s Fn tor ucniand law, it's a clear
..uwuvuuii iiuauir. iu iiuiu" uiuummu yivus linn ciimnmrr m,Mn
order to rebuke bis orofanit-r. she-' enld mafias, nrnmirprl frr him tkfn.1vu . i,:- r
1 - ' y fin J All
fluence with the President of the United
States, the appointment of 3d Assistant
Lock Tender. "What mora natural "
thought the Phcebe bird, "than for. Cale'b
to follow his youthful passion and. go for
a. sailor 7' tier resolution wna tvn
What was it t We shall seel
1. - ... . .. w J - "V.4.
U8 oouw to the peddler he said : ,
."I don't think, now that I've" bought
this stuff, I shall ever want It. I reckon
I might as well : sell it back ' to you,
1hat will you give me for itl"
"O, the . darn stuff is no use to me, but
seen' it's you, sheriff, 111 give, you twen- '
ty-five cents fer it, if you really " don't
want it." -1 . .
The sheriff has.ded over fho K.f f Tj
the large discount from his own purchase,
and received his change. ,
"Now," said the peddler, "I've get a
quesUon to ask you. Have vou got any
peddler's license about your trousers" aay
where ?" ; . .;.
.'"No i I hav'ut any use for the article,
myself," replied the sheriff. ,
".Hain't eh ? Wal, I guess
uoui mat, pooty darn soon.
"I think I heard you call on the namo of
the Lord. 1 am one of his daughters.
Is. their anything I can ask him for vou ?"
Glancing hastily upon her lovely face and
perfect form he replied, "Yes, please ask
mm to make me hi3 son-in-law i"
An old Confed. veteran is responsible
for the following: He1 says, while cam-
paigmng m Virginia in"I862, being some
thing of a butter-milk ranger, he strayed
off ahead of the coIumn,"and stopped at a
cabin to"get some refreshments.-; While
there, the column came up, and while filing
past, the Id' dog "Beve" dashed out to the
fance, barking furiously. : A little tow
headed," shirt-tail urchin in the house
drawled out, "Mammy, call Beve; don't
lot him bite the army I"
Love-smittex maidens imagine, if you
can, the feelings of a young lady of Wheel
ing, Virginia, who having been locked up
to keep her away from her soldier lover,
managed, in tha night, to let herself down
from the third-story Window, elude the
vigilance of her guardians, and join him
for whom she wa3 "pining away In soli
tary confinement," but the great calf re
fused to elope with her.
A -wicked exchange says Ben Butler's
likeness has been engraved oa steal.
: ; ' CHAPTER THISD. '
Before explaining the meaninff of this
tnnumg ejaculation, let us take a brief
review of doings at the period of our story.
Old Bourbon ruled France and Kentucky.
Gin swayed the sceptre of Holland, and
Ef I un
you've been tradin' with
peddlin' balm ef Clumby, ta the highway
I'll inform on you darn'd if I "dont.
now I". ' '
viP Yankee was as good as Lis Word.
hen he reached the next village he
made his complaint, and the sheriff was
fined eight dollars for selling without li
cense. . . . .
-He was heard afterwards to say that
'you might as well try to hold a greased
eel as a live Yankee." - . -
tells a wcr.derfal
- The Elmira Gazette
a - r- 1 . . a
fctory oi a Ktie which is supposed to
have been found deep under the rround:
Sweden was governed a good deal by 4he with the following inscription: "Adaia
price of Sweed's Iron. Walee was be- anJ Ere boiled soap in this kettle in tha
coming celebrated for her prints, known vea of world 400," and it alleges
all over the' world as the prints of Wales, that, therefore, Elmlra must have once
Columbus, having completed his labors been the Garden of Eden,
by discovering Sandusky, had retired to Tca Binghamton Republic thinks from
Putin-Bay, and Johxnt Mokeisset had tJie police reports that it is more likely tha
uccii ciccs.cu iu me oniinentai Uonyress,
Our readers beinz
posted in regard to the condition of th
sue 01 (iouom ana Vjiomcrrati.
We would just add, by way cf recom
mendation, that if Adam and Eve did
what's UE9 mat nettle, it was for soft soap. s.nd
thesa editors found some.
we will proceed to Inform them
what m another chapter.
. 'CHAFTKR FOUETHw'.
When Caleb left the fickle Phcebe, it
was with the determination never to see
1. TT. ' It
iici mum. iia WOUia De a wanwF ,-t:.j a ! , ...
He would land on other ands, and climb crown." "Good, but not right lS
foreign chmes-he would go and b, na ' there is no moret or rg ,hc .V'
"Laret," said a coquettish youp' la
to her cousin, prematurely bald, "why is
your head like heaven V "Don't know