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VOLUME Yxiir-"NO. 50.
'Iftaripoii.lent in till things.
S3 in Advance.
.ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1872.
WHOLE NUMBER 1197.
TBItM OF MIWM'lIIPTIom
.TWO Dollar, per annum -paid strictly In advance.
ClerjTtn.n will bo npiillcd with tho pnpur tot ft
Twalrs linn, or Inn. of Nonpareil maka a .qtinnv
Dnaaqnare 1 week,. 75
One.(tiare'S wk... t rill
Oneaqnare mo... Sim
rvii(itnrc:iinn.ft II no
Two iiinic (I niim, Still
Two-ii-niri-"-! year, IK tHI
line Ttnre n mo. . o ito
On square 1 year, . ROD
r nursituare 1 year in mi
nairciilnmn I year, Hr (Mi
llisliicaaOaru not overllvcllnc licrynar 8 nil
Ohltuarv .tlce not nf trencral Intcro-t half rate.
Local Notices Tun Cent a line for each Insertion.
or description attended to nn"call,and done In t
mnt tasteful manner.
XVII. I,, nil WJt .!, proprietor of t.lvcrv Stahle
Now Horc. Carria.re. Hnlic Ac. IIorp kept y
t tin day or week. Oiniilbu In nnd from nl. iruin.
Htahla opposite Fl-k House, A!itnliula. (. 1104
'IIF.KHT 'FIS1C'KKII,!. I., rc.liVnre on
I'lmrch street. North of tliu Somli I'nrk. Ollice in
ttinlth New Uln "k. opposite the Fik llono. liai
DR. K.' I.. RIM), i'hvlclnn and Surgeon, ofnee
over llanrtry Jb King' toro, residence, near St. Peter'
nhurdi. Ashtabula.. O 1043
TOO ft nilORK, lltimo-'ip itlilc Plivlrtnn and
Surgeon. I Iftlcc .aim-n formerly. Nn. 1 Main Strct.
A.lita'iula, Ohio. Oillce h eirs from " m tl . M : 1 to
t I. Mand cveulnp. Slay b found at the nlP-i-at
Dlt. IS VlIlt', would Infar.u hi! Mend, and the
pull lc ircaarally that lie mav hi? found at hi" residence
on Park street, roadv to nttend to nil profi-aalonal
call. nfflcehnu, from li to 3 1. M. Ahhtnlml" .
l:OII(iSK II A 1. 1., liealnr In I'lano-Vorti-a. avd
AIslo con, VUnn Stoo', Corcr. 1nrtrnr1lon Poo';..
tc. Dfpot W PnlillcSipia:!1. fU-vihnd. Dlilo. IPJ'1
TV I.Kit C.tlll IWI.U. IVnlnra In l"imcy and
Htaplu lry (iooiU, Knmitv Urocrii't. and Cnn-K-crv.
Goath StoM, cluruiidon Hlork, Ajhtahnla, Olilo. l'J'J.'i.
E. II. II.IW:T,-l''h7r In Dry (loodV,"(roi:orir.".
-Crockery and tilusa-V are. ni;xi. door north of Fi-k
,Hotl, Main atrcet. Aftit:;lilil?(, Ohio. Jlll.
J. BI. FAHLKNRIl 4c KOiV, PfnU-ra In Uro
eeriea, Provlwioua. Flour, Feed, Fi.rtiijrn and l)omi'
tic Fruits, Salt, Kii-h, PlnBtiT, Waier-Liine, Scudi,
Ac. Main etrccl. Aghttihlila, Ohio.
Wi RliDIIRADt D.nliT In FNrnr. Po k. Hum".
Lard, anil all kind" of Fish. Aluo, nil klmls or Fami
ly Uroci'rlex, Fruits and Coiifictlom ry, Ale and Do.
metie Wmk. HH'I.
J. P. IIOnFltTSON & SON, n-itlera In every
deMriplion of llool;., Sho,'. ll itrt mid ('apa. Alro,
on hand a stock of choice Fuuiilv l.t'occrieij. laiti
e-treet, corner of Centre, Ashtiihuln, Ohio. hr.U.
D. AV. llASKIil.l,, Corm-r Spring niul Main t.,
Aalitahula, Ohio, JXulcra ill Uii-Cloou, Gnwerlea,
Crockery, Ac. Ac info.
R, ' II. HM., wholeeiiln and Itetnll Dealer In
Vealurn Kaervo Hatter and Chccee, Dried Fruit.
Flour and llroeerlea. Ordeln recpeelfully io!lelled,
ud tilled at the lowest -jin cot. Alnahiilii. t. loil'i
11. I.. iTIOIIUIsoiV, Dealer iu Dry-tioodx. (iro
ceriea. lliaiti and Siioea. Ilnta, C'apn, Hardware.
Crockery, Hooka. Paint, OH Ac Ahlahiila O. 811,
rSK IIOITSI5. Ashtabula, Ohio, A. Field, ProprI
e:or. An Omutliii miiinni; to and from every train of
era. Also, a goon nrer-y-staoio Kept, in connection
with till house, to convoy paseengcrs to any
AiHTAIII I. A IIOI SH-K. C. 'AniiNnTO K
l'roo Main St. A'llt lhllla, Ohio, l.arirn Public Hall,
good Livery, and Oniulhu. to and from thedepot. lilt'
JOHN Dl)CKO, Manufacturer of, ami Dealer iu
Furniture of tho best descriptions, mid overy variety.
Alo (iencral Undertaker, and Manufacturer of rolhnt
to order. Main street. North ot Mouth Public Square.
J, 8. HKVfll,
Manulacturer and Dea'er In First
Also, Cieiienll riidertuker. 1 1 SH
P. 15. H 41.1., Dentist. Ashtabula. O. OITtee
Center street, tietwecn Miiin and Park. ltiu.
tV. NUI.SON, Dentist. Ashtabula. ().
visit. Couneuut, Wednesday mill Tim silay of
acn week. nun
XT. T. WtLLACR, . . S. KlnirsviHe.n.l pre-
Jmrert to atten I to alt nperat'nn' In tils prnr'-ssion.-Fi!
makea a speciality of "Oral Surgery" und savin
the natural teeth. 11(1(1
SRVnOlIK. STIlONi Ac KPr.ItlCV. Manufac
Hirers Mtoves, riows nnu loiunnr, iihhmv i nos nun
Kllla. Mill Castings. Kettle, Sinks, SIcIhIi Shoes., yc,
Phrenlx Fniindrv, Ashtabula, Ohio 1IHU
Wit. M. jrcsiri, Malleable and Orey Iron Vonnil
er. and manntaetnrer of TriinkHrdware. IX 7V. "ti
and 8t Central Avenuo, (Formerly Nesbit Street.)
Newark. N.J. 11-1
Fit ft D. V. Ht,AKi:si,i;i:, rinitopraplu-ran
dealer in Pictures, Kii'-'iavinirs, (Jhroinos, e, bavliitf
ft larire supply of Motthllm; of various descriptions, ia
prepared to frame any thing In the picture line, nt
aort notice end in the best stvle. Second floor of the
Hall store-9nd door Smith orllaiik Mann street. HniA
VT. II. AVIM.I AMSON, Saddler and Ilafnesa
Maker, oppoallu Flsk Block, Main street, Ashtabula,
Ohio, has on hand, and makes to order, Iu tliu In st
inanuer, everything In his lino. M
9. C. rOKP, Manufacturer and Dealer In "Saddles,
Uarnuas, Bridles, Collars. Trunks, Whips, Ac, oipo
its Fisk House, Ashtabula, Ohio. 11115
KO. W. UII'KlVsnN, Jeweler. Kepalrlns of
all kinds nf Walhces, t'locds and Jewelry. Store in
Ashtabula House Hlock. Ashtabula. Ohio.
JAITl.Crt It. SI'l'.UlllN.X, Dealer In Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated VV'arn, &c. Ite.
pairing of all kinds done well, and all orders prompt
ly attended to. Main Street. Ashtabula. O. lu'.IS
J. S. ABBOTT, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewel
ry, etc. Knmvint,', Mending and Kcpairiinr done to
rder. Shop on Main struct, Couueaiit, Ohio. . B.'lti
kllWlKDIi, tIUKCH Dealers in Clothins?, Hals
Caps. andOenls' FiirnUhliii;tiowls. Aslitahula.O. Ml
W AITE ic nil, I,, Wholesale and Itelui
Dealers Iu Ready Mado C'lotUluK, Furulshiiitf lioods
Uata. Caps, c. Ashtahulft HKI'
TRBIiTKU, UIIIDIMIS A: CO., Jobliers and
Jluilders, aso uiauufaciurers of Doors. Sash. Ii'inds,
BldinK, Flooring, and Builders' Materials generally.
Especial attention ,ivcu to Ulazed Wiudows, Scroll
llawlnif, Monlillmrs ,tc.
U. A. HTltltETKH. A. 0. C.IDDINOS.
J. A.KNAPP I'M
Q. O. CIUjIsEYi Manufsetiirer of Lath, Sldinir,
Moulding., Cheese Boies, Ac. Planing, Matchlm;,
and Scrowl Sawluu done on the shortest notice.
Hiion oa Main street, onuoslto the Upper Park, Asli-
talxila. Ohio. 4411
Is. EF.ILB Sc nllO,, Mannractnrers and Dealer.
In all kinds of Leather Iu demtud iu this market.
Hiithesucash price paid for Hides anu Skins.
VIIKXCII & AVMBI. F.X M nnfncterers Dealers
10 ftll KlllUS OI IsOSllier III liriliniMliniui.Hii.s,
oiu Pbosoii Komidsry. Ashubula. list
ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS.
HVUHIV IIII.L. a: KIIICIIM AX. Alton
Mays Slid Counselors al L aw, Ashtabula, Ohio, will
practice in I ho Courts of Ashtabula. Lakeand (leauga.
Lasas B. BuHN, tukuuuus iiai.u.
fc J JTBni n han 1IH
KDWAHH II. inTCM, Attorney and Counsellor
at Law, Notary Public, Asiitanuia. onio. npeciai
tlinSettluinciit of Kstales.aud lol'on
Tsvauclimaud Colleclliiu. Also to all matters arising
Milder the Bankrupt Law. ii
I. O. RaSIIKM, Jusilce of the Peace and At-ent
tb. llartloril, Bun, rraiiRou r n - .r
nl iirttce In the store of Crosby Helherwax,
Main Street, Opposite the Fisk House, Ashtabula.
a n, as k r.'.s"s - -- ,
. pany, nf New York (Capital, a,tHI.IKSrt. and of Charter
u s s, wa,'a A....n, lloma I nsiiranee Com
Oak Life Insurance Company, oi iiaruoru, i,v.
tlands to writliui of Deed., Wills, Ac.
J. M. COOK. Attorney and Connsellor at Law
w..,.. w.il.io al.n H..l K.iata Aireut. Main street.
. o.r faorrison Tlcknor's store. Ashtabula, O.
lWj AaisMbmla, Ohio,
Attorney aud Counsellor
M IITI !M rVKWIIKIiltV, l)nu"'lt and Atiothe.
y. mill itevvmt ilcaler ln. in nirs, aicoii nie, nnir.
( I.Hpn r for medical piifposc.. Vatn-y- ami Toilet
I II tlll.llN , H IV I V t'f Asblibala. Ohio, Dealer
In nrim and .Medicines, iiroceries, i-crnnncry ami
Fancy Arilele, superior Teas, JL'oll'ee, Kpices. Fla
voring F.ntincts. Patent Meillciiies iif everj descrip
tion, ralui, Dve. Vaimlhes, Itrushes, KaevHoats,
llnlr ll.'sturatlves. Hair Oils, Ac, all of whlili will
be sold nt t lie lowest price.. Prescriptions prepared
with sellable care. lir.i'i.
UIIIIIIIJK tl'II.I,AH, Dealer In Dry-floods,
Oroccrlcs. Hat.. I'aos, Hooi-. Hhocs. froeki-ry, tilass
Warn. Also, whoh aale and retnil dcnlc" In llnril
ware. Kaildlerv. Nails. Iron.Hteel, Drnua, .Mo4tcines,
Paints, Oils, DyostuU's, 4c. .Main St. Ashlillmtn. !(.".
jiaim)vai;e, &c. ,
'it'MI V X AVIOI-lll.fl WAX, dealers In Mtoves,
lli.are, lloiiiov-v are, mien iianiwiire. ias.
Wire. I. vn is anri l.ninp.'rrlmiiiinL's, J'etrolciini, Ac,
opposite the Fl'k lloiiw, A -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . '.HI
AIo. a full stock of Paints, oils, Varnishes,
Druslies, Ac. I Ml
O ICO II (lit f'l III' mi tin, I(en' III Hardware,
Irnii. Sleel nii'l M UK, Moves. 'I ill Plate, sheet Iron.
I'opp.-r and Zinc, iir.il nnii'ifictnrer of Tin Sheet
Iron and Copper Waro, Fisk'a lllock, Aslituh-ila.
ICI(J A l( II A I, I,, Fire and Life Insurance and Ileal
relate A 'rut. Also. Notnrv I'ublic and I'onvevulicer,
oiil. e over Sherman and Hall'. Law OIHce, Ashtabn-
iit, i mho. 1 1 in
VtlWn ItlVICII IVMTITI TK, at- Austlnhuri?,
AslUabola Co.. Ohio. J. TneUcrma n. A. M , Prlncl
pal. Sprinir Term begins Tuesday March illth. Send
or catalogue, .- 1 :tt r
J. IV. l i iiiii rainier, mazier, and I'nner
nailer. All woik none. with iietnucss niut despatch
TIIH WIITAlll'I.A I.OAN AiKOI IIlinv
OAPI I'M. 1iki.ii Ofllce .Main Struct, next door
aouinoi i'i-K ionise noes
OCNFUAI. H A N KtNfl TtrsiNHSS.
Hues snd sells F.irel.'ii and Fiistiru I'.xclianP, OiiM,
Silver, mid all kiiul of V . S. s ritics.
Collections pronipilv aitciided to and remitted for on
nay oi piviiienr. at current rales ol exchange.
Interest allowed on time deposits,
Dili lit. Oils.
P. Sllllmnn. Oeo. P. HnWvird. T,.iretl7n Tv'.er.
J. H. Slicpuid, .1. W. Hn-kell, II. I,. .Morrison.
ti li. riiiTinc;!en, .. .ut u;i
F. SII.LIMAX. I'rttf. A. A. SOCTIIWK'K, Cuthlir.
1EA1)Y ininlc (asitm-ro
V grades, at the CluthliiK iTouse of 1iso
WAi rn & pill.
Eeal Estate Agent & Owner
O A LOTS near Jlai'n St., Aslitnlmln, O,
1-J acre, trond house, barn mid orchard : 2V
miles south of Ashtabula on the main road to .letl'crsoii.
fiw acres on Soiiih lim-T Kimil. ti miles west of Ashta
bula : i;ood buildiuus. Iiuit, eiirrine and hlacksntitli
sliops. and house and lot w hele I live, also, other
nroperiv to numerous to mention.
1 if.iii T). W. OARY
ILLTAM IIUMI'IIHEY, limine
manned out over Tlirce Hundred lot, with six new
streets, between the North lthlire road and 'lie Depot of
the L. s. 11. it., proposes to cii inein on
TEW -5T33sA.nSl' "27I3VXI3,
ToirethiT with Three Brick Dwellhi!?. sevi rnl Wooil
dwellings, Twenty-Hve Lot- North ot the Depot, several
lots nt the Harbor. One Thnnsaitlt Acres of l.ana in
Pyinouth, n j small place In Monror, and P.ie,hty acres
lit M iimesota.
Also on hand 1.000 bushels Qu!ch Lime, 9'H) harrcla
of Cement, an barrels Plaster Pari. Ill Ten Land
Plaster, mid a full line ol Uooda ami a Pirpetnal Limo
Also $TO,0OO In Xoles and Morlpat'e. to exchange for
L'nsn. it -ti. ii l. in-i nr. i .
Ashtahlllil. O.. Feb. 1. 18?". . , y-Si
THE OLD CARLISLE TANNERY
" - . Hi'
PIUS OLD 1JITSINESS STAND HAS
k. KM.n purcluiKitd hy (i. Zcilo Hro. wno 'tro put
tirg It to tuu uut.t io8sioit! tiiu in Uiu
.MANUFACTURE OF THE VARIOUS
KINDS OF LEATHER.. I
To supply fills work they arc In w ant or
HIDES and SKINS,
fnr which raxli at Ihc hi-'lu st marki-t price 1 p:l
Their Leather i "I Hie hesr ouallty. n fuel tlml
Huillerhiitul Sline-iivikt'i-i wilt reallau on Uiu), unU of a
We have also nn hand a full 4 excellent supply of til
tho ditlereiii kiils of
whleh will ho sold on Hie most reasonable terms.
(iive us a caII.
Kin-, O. 7.F.II.K .t nno.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS,
V REXCH & WE NIL EN' Manurm-niv
ers Duelers 111 l,i:ATlll ll A: l.-IMIXIJ Jn the
Hollow, opposito i'hiemi foundry. Main slieet, Ash
CASH PAID FOU IHDF.S. TEI.TS AND CALFSKINS
Just received, and now for silo as ood an assorted
LEATHER AND FINDINGS
as can he round In any Western Market, and which wll
he sold on the most reasonable terms. I hope to make
an olOect for Hoot and Shoe, and llaiyicss Mauiitacturers
in the vicinity, to faVot me With tbcif patloiuii.-e, feeliiiL'
siitlsfled that I can sell them everything needed in their
business as cheap as can he found iu Cleveland, or even
the Kastern Markets, thereby saving freight aud ti-avclinn
expciibca, and loss of time.
All are cordially Invited to cnll and vxnmlno my stock
before purch isinj; elsewhere. Oonlldent that I can-make
it for oiir Interest to buy 1n this market. 1 shall take
pleasure in seeing my old friends and Ihe public, and
showing them my stovk. Below, I give u piirtial list
Simnlsh and slaughter, snte, upper and harness Leather:
Spanish and slninjlitcr kip; Frencli calf and kip; ouk and
hemlock cair and kip; collar leather and horse hides
men's and women's morocco ; baud and lacing leather
llllinirt., bludiui's, tojipint' mid russets.
KINDl.NI'.rt. . .
Lasts, nerrs. tlm'iid. w ebh. Iliekard'i Ink. Iron and aim
nulls, round head tacks, bristles, awls, hammers, pincers,.
Kind stones, rasps, knives loatl size sticks, uml straps,
boot trees, slioe laces, punches lasting; irons, eyeleis, eve.
let sets, slltch-wheels, stitch-markers, heel shave, edirt
ilunes, strip awls, welt knives, ulaslic, Heel Halt, stltcli
uir cord. Instill).' tacks, heel and too phlles, bunt blacklli'.',
harness soils, annan sximis oi iinisniiii!
runs. etc. etc.
FUENCU X WEUH.F.N.
JOTICE. To whom it may concern.
S We. as a tlrm. and as Individuals, have this
iilared lu the hands of I. l Fisher..!. I, all accouni
otes. Ac. due us and parlies are tieretiy noiitieu tiiai
prom pi si-itlemeiit is exnected. Your early attention
to this call will greatly oblige
DIts. 11. ri. t Ei. v. An eiuii.viA..
L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION.
From and after October list h. is,, Taasi uger Train.
will run a follows :
OnlNlt WEST. OOINQ XAST.
No. -, I so. l. Hist. atioxs. I N i. ai No.
0 (POM Clly East....
1 I a Oil l Uy--Wet.
4 7' a ttcuo
7 Hull ...!....,. . ,
II J i Franklin
15 M Suinmil
18 ila Polk
aa It Kayuiiltou
V8 fil Naples
2.! Si 2 Siolieboi'0
. a 8n
H 6 a
SI 8 llraiicli
A U W Crossing
a j.unestowj. .
Turner-ville. . .
Simou's t'oriier. . . . .
t, Audover., .
II J 8
Trains stop only on signal. xTralus do Dot
fTelcgraph Slatious. Cleveland Time.
The Jetlurson Aecomiuodaiiou leaves JetTar.on at
ft in and arrives at 7;!15 p lu.
Au Accominodallon leaves Oil City at ;l7a m and
at Fraukliu at in a in and returns at lick) ft ui,
at Oil City ia;I6 p in.
Tho Way Freight train stop at Jefferson In
West, at h:4U P. M.. and going Hast al 7;ta) A, M.
trains carry uassuliKers. , ,
fassvugec litre at las rat oft cent par lulls ; to
ftUUluus, couulod to rr-AU half dtuxj.
- . . .s. -t .
ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted Nov. 4th, 1872.
1ULLMAN"S lii'Ht lTirtwirifl;-ioom a ml
Rlfvntnt li .ache ' rnmblnlfitf all tnodcrn' !m
prove uicnts, are run tiiiouuh on all trains from Itiifl'nln,
ll.pi'lHlon HrPh;c, Maiara Fulls, (:levelaml and l-'tn-I'iunall
to New Yelk, tuakluir direct rotinectioii wtlh
all lines of foreign and coastwise ativimers. nitit alse
with found Hii'Min, rs and nillway line. f..r Jlostl.n and
other .Sew F.nlaiid cilies.
No. 1. i No. it. No. A. I No. B,
Day Lli.lilii (.' Nffht I Incin.
ICxpress. Kxprcss Express. IF.xprt s.
.'..'."7T.TlWMr.si. 7."..'. T77 !1 n
.,......( D '. .... Uititt a i
7 iniVsii'iiw " bViVm I V.r7 "
T bo j 4ii " 5 U " iiHu '
7 111 1 1 4!i " 8 Nt Jhl U J
f'""r'Si-jr ii ah i x,' y
".';' "I 84:j "him la Ml am
II tr, " ! 4 I" li H " j i:: "
:l ro " cni ' luHd " 3jr. ,"
1 1 I.) ' 7 IM 1 1 li". " 4 Hi
H H " 4-la " (IV "
11 III " !. Kill " .
i ns pi1 as ' ila 0 aT'i. i 4 :il "
ia as j 7 rs ia m r,o!
I 1(1 Hj4JI JJ' M
HMw ;' "'"IT.. 7 L... JfarrTH
4S " " rti ad " 117 a.m.; ai m
aii " jloiv " 2 :tn " 7 l:i
nl " .... ..... He " 745 .
: " in " 3 ao " 8 ti "
4 d " II HI " 4 lit " Vt '
4 Sa " If 8:1 A. n 4 U7 " 0 ill
"7 a" " 7. ..'...,".'io an " j 2 i7r
iirS" bp': 7"in'"r' ua"h
ntt ' sea " la 4a I'.m
.... hi " i.'
k ni ! n in "Jl w
7.T . 7.T7 .7 ' n 4" ""' ' . 7. . . .7 . .
"in i " r7'iii ""ini tV""" i "a &' ""
.77.7777 "7 isi'j 'n on ' iA 2
II f,.i " 7 Irl 1 1 l I 3 :" "
7777" 4 m rn. SlBm I ' aT
Dniikii k.. .L've
'llrtoli ..... "
Susp. JtihlL'e '
Nlau'iira F Is "
AlllllMtll . "
Hociiester. ,. "
Hii lawful, la
Itreal Heml.. '
llonesijahj. . "
Port .Tervis. "
I'all, i son .,
ew York . .
Arruii"'iti.'iil nl' llran lim-llooni and
Sleeping 'iiii lifM.
No. 2. Sleeplll'.' roaches from Cleveland to ItnrncllS-
ville. and Draw iil.'-Uooln Coaches from Sll-peii-sion
llride.e, Ninipira Fails and lintlalo to New
No. la. -sleep! in Coaches from Cincinnati. Suspension
HrbL'e. Ma'.iira Falls. Iluflaln anil llnriiellsvitie to
New York: also iVom inVne sville to Albany
No, 4. Sleeping Coaclies from Suspension Utilise, M-
auara l-alls inel Htlllaln to .New 1 oi k.
No. 8. Sleepitn; Coaches hoin Cleveland. Suspension
liridL'e, .Mae;4ra rails ano nunaio 10 iirqucn ona
and Drawing Hooin Coaches from Susquehanna
to New York. .
v AK joi-- Uk'e$.Vi F.tieK Mlwy.
For Rale fit nil rliriipfjilit Tlrfl OflH-i.' -
Jnii. N. Ahiiott, Urn. fit. Aqrnt.
S. T. 18G0 X.
TlITS wonderful vegetnblo 'restorative
Is Ihesheet-anclior or the fer Die and dclillttiiicti. Asa
tonic ami cordial for Ihe ai.'ed and hniL'ilid it lias no
eiiml amonir stomachic. sn remedy lor the nervous
weakness to which woiiien are esneciall subject. It Is
supc rsedlr.ir every other stimulant. In all climates,
to., l,'.il I, .noted,!,, or friidd. it acts a a sncrfflc 111 eve
ry species ol disorder wlrlcli iinderiiili.es tliu boillly
sirengtli and breaks iluilu tho auluial spirits.
.-. -.-v.!;:-; '.
I'or PrenrrTlnit iind ftonnlirylna t?e Itn
Vim it llnr. 1 o lreveall ruUtHK .
Out HUd T'liriiluic Ursiy.
A well-preserved tlend nf flair. In a person of middle
are, at once bespeaks relincment, clej-jnce, health and
beauty. It may be truly called Woman. Crownim? Clio-
ry, while men are not'lneonslUle to Its advantages ami
charms. Few thitiL'S are more ilii:nstlii tlinu thin,
frizzly, harsh, untamed llalr, with head null coat cover
with dauilriill'. Visit a barber and you feel and look
like a new man. ' This la w hat Lyon's Katli .rion will
do all the time. The charm which lies In wed placed
Hair, (ilos-v Curls Luxuriant Tresses, aud a Cleuil
Head, Is noticable and Irresistible. '
Sold bv all Driiin;ita and Country Stores.
Our of tlio most , liuniiiiiul and touchltiK
ptifiiis ever writen on lln; month oi'Nuveiiiln r
is the tullo wlnj; kcih ny sDimeii u. uiaru, uie
Tli roil sun r-nlliers up his liennis, .
To liiil Hie tvillieruil earth farewell,
Ami vnicca frum the swelling strcama
Are l inolug Willi Ihe evening h' H;
The eohl hiko stiua with rest lead crief,
Where lulu the wt-.ler lilliis rev,
"While Autumn fowl, mtfl Allium leuf,
Are sailing down ihu river tilue.
Forsaken are the wooillaml shrinea,
The bii-tls lo warmer himU lmve rl -il.
Ami winiU are wniliinr llirougli the pines
A dirge for Summer's nlm intis ileml i
; E'en man forsakes his iluily strife,
. Ami muses on Ihe lu'iirht things flown,
I As it in Nature's eliitniriinr lile
Ut:(8pw the piumre of liis own. tl (-, .
I tinenSUtiKjnt this g:iiV'liour,' ' ' ' '
As evei.i'iii weeps her em'liist tear,
And (unset i;uilila Ihenakeil Imwer,
Ami waves iiru liruukiui; coul uml clenr,
O. Ihut (,'luil lime, whose ineinnry dwells
Like Miirliglil o'er life's elotnly Meutber,
: "Wlieii siilo ly siile we roved the 'dulls
Of dear JS'eiv England's coust tngi ther.
'Twitann old Plymouth's rock famed shore,
One calm November 'night, with llieu
I wnluhcd Ihe long liulit trembling o'er
The billows of Ihe eastern setij
Thu weary day luid sunk to rest ,
Jlcynml Ihu lims of lealless wood,
And uuitrdinn clouds from south to west,
Al layed in hues of crimson slood.
"Wo climbed tho hill of noble, jrriives,
Whcrci tho stern patriarchs of the land
Sienicd lisicninu ti Ihe s uae grand w aves
That freed them html th' uppresior' hand i
Wo talked of spirits pure and kind,
With Kentlo forms und loving eyes,
Of huppv homes we I ell behind,
In vulcs Ucnctilli the western skies.
A few brief days and wlien Hie cnrlh
Grew while around the traveler's feet,
; And bright tires burned on every hearth,
We parted never more lo meet
TT.it i I I i'ii where thou art gone.
From this dark wot idol drain nnumigui,
And walk with thee above the sun
Tnat sank upon thy grave to-uiijlit.
I hear the muffled lrmp of yesrs . ,
f- Co.no stealing up tiw slopu of Time ;
They bear a train of smih s anil leais,
Of burning hopes and droiuns sublime j
But future years may never fling
A treasure from their passing hours,
Like those that come on Bleepless wing
From memory's golden plain of flowers.
. Jbe nioj-ning b.reze of. long ijfo i. L . '. j j
Bweep o'er my braiu wlih soli control,
Fanning the embers h' a glow,
Amidst tho ashes 'round my soul
' And by llieditn mid fliokerlug ligbl,
' I sou thy beauteous form appear,
' Like one returned from wanderings bright,
To Went rB lftnly nioaieot here.
Untangling. By MR N Y. BUTTS.
IN FOUR CHAPTERS—CHAPTER SECOND.
A It tli'; nfl'iir nf tlip nop, tiling went
on a little mure Miiollilj for a. while.
Jeiiny, itintl.'iiii I y i'ii(!iiir.igei hy Aunt
Milly, rt'iilly tii"il, iinil to li-y iiiniesily
is tr(,ni'i ;i!l y (V nucijeipl ,ill the mf( I'Uii,
"Yotl i'i', rlciv, Wf tiCX'S-r know what
we enti iln, till wo lint furlh nil our t'l'
I'orls," nniil Aunty, when at the closu of
nn liiiu.Htiully sin'ciaslul ilny, I lie two were
senleil H.tiu toi'lt r ihe tiiili! Irecs.
"IJiit t'l-il.iy iiiollior iliilti'l pr.ii-ic one
hit even when I showed liur lln; Iiahy'i
ilicssis lint. I took do intii'h ;tin.4 in
iiiiiiimr ; they were ironed nicely wern't
"i:iuiif illy, Jenny, l)o:i'itiru!ly, lvit
isin't iL i'iionl, to know t hit you did
wtll; and didn't your tnolher'd t'.ice,
ii slid iiinl bright lit the siipifr tahle,
pay yon ?''
"No, Aunty, it didn't. I wanted moth
er to leil nit; 'that l"d done wi-ll," mid I he
ehild's eyed tilled ng iiu wild the e r
"Then ironing isin't its own reward,"
said Amity iau;hiiir, "Well never
tnitid, lilile hy little, inust lie our ini5
to in eliuibinir siee hill. And Jenny,
there's one rule thai always holds good.
Never hi'ik htek tit ihe rouh place..
Save all your slrenjrth 'or ihe next day's
"At any rate, Aunty, 1 leel to-mirlil
as if nothing would ever go wrong iigain.
1 think I ri'iiily don'l eaie it Diek does
any provokiuir tliine;. And if inothei
iloii'l Di atse tne, you lo : mid 1 trei in
at the sunn! hour t-vtipy A uioinlti',,' and
Jenny looked up in the face ol'bcr Aunt
as much as to say," Really, what more
is there to conquer ?"
Alas lor Jenny ! . Il was the very next
day after this coit'versulion, ihnt our lit
tle' soldier was itigloi'ionsly bcalcu, mid
reatly to give up llm whole contest.
"It isjn't iu tne to be good, Aunt Mil-
lv.'Vshe said, going into the sitting room
with her luce stained Willi tears.
"Why what do you nn an by that ?"
"Oh "mother-lias bum scolding me
about my loom, mid sins s.iys I shall
grow up to he just such a woman as old
.Mis. Wen' hcr'bv. And then, Aunty,
I lorgot all in v good resolutions, mid
told, mother I didn't care how I grew up
il 1 con
iiw,..,, . ....... v - rs---- --
mid only grow up fast and get away
ht'Ve; ' Then Dick emne and said,'
"O it's iu a hurry to grow- up, is it V
and I threw the ibi'er at him. Mother
aid I might h: V ; killed h;m. And only
think. Atn.tw . itr wns oidy last tnglu
that" but the. memory w is too much,
and poor Jenny pave way to her griet.
" ell, Jenny, didn't you deserve to lie
reproved nliout your room, was your
uiollier unjiistliis time,
"Site said 1 should grow up 10 ue just
such a woman as old Mrs. Weaiherby.
"What is there so bad about her say
'You wou'd i't a-sk mo if you sliould
once see licr. v ny sue wears rag, t a i-.es
nun ft" smokes a pipe, and keeps a iig un
def her bed. Yon just ought lo 8co her."
And Jenny brightened with tha interest
of descript ion. You can't imagine what
a dirty creature she is." Aunt Milly
laughcd in spile of herself,
'It's no laughing matter, I assure you,
Aunty. I heard the minister talking
about her, the last time ho was here. 1
suppose in'ot her told him I should grow
up just like her. I expect she tells him
most everything about me."
"1 think she tel's the best things, not
the worst. The last time tho minister
was. hero I saw your niolher show him
that little drawing of yours that won the
prize at school."
"Did vou really, Aunty?"
"She ilid really."! j
"lint Jenny to leave Mrs. Weatherby
to tho minister, and the minister to Mrs.
Weatherby. what was the matter wilh
your-room V" : r
' "Oh everything." I had accidentally
soiled the clcnn counterpane, aud my
pitcher was dilty on thu inside; audi
hadn't put my clothe away, and my bu
reau draiyers were nil 'mussed up, ami ihe
dust was nn inch thick on everything.
I was looking around lo see what 1 could
lo, Just wl iother camo in and totind
it all out. I was lust going to sweep and
fix all up nice, and Aunt Milly, truly 1
".fust n-oinrr to. is a very mischievous
follow Jannv." ...
"Well vou catrt do a thinsr without
lut. mroinar to do it. can vou V
"lint in hii ? ust. I'niiior to do it a dozen
t inies for once doing it. that makes the
t i-nn bl e."
"Oh there's enough to make trouble.''
"And enough to conquer trouble with
A wide awake girl wilh a itrong heart."
"Its a regular battle, ism I it, Aim
"A regular batllo 'between the good
"Rut I don't think my own mother
and brother ought to fight against me."
"Don't the v ? Didn't they make all
tho trouble this morning?"
"It seems to me that Just going to,
nun of viiiir bosom fris-nds. began the
trouble and. that Iinpatienco and Anger,
tufl moiB of vour companions, finished
"Oh. Auntv. then vou think I'm the
nnlv one to b time?'
The less wo think about the faults of
others the better. Our oaemies, the on
ly ones that cart really harm us, are our
f ..1. M - ' "
"I see. Auntv. von think that if my
room luil been in order, all the trouble
would have been saved.
"That's exactly what I think. And
nniv aimnnKi) vou nut it in Dei fect order
tho very tirst thing you do. I will np
r-nitit. irivsell supervisor of your istab
bailment, if vol! iilense liable to drop in
any lime, and surprise disorder, in case
you1 let the fellow in." ' .
ltiif. I won't. Auntv. never fear " ana
Jennv ran laughing up stairs, -
"There's nobody , that can do "better
than Jenny Fanning when sue s a miuu
m" aaiil Mrs. Fanning, when Jenny
went up stairs that night, after having
vvahea -ti(Jis1i8 uJ pur the- baby ,lo
. ,a7 j a. - . - "w
d'l'i p. "I w ent into her room townrd
ni''ii', rtnd phe had everything nsnicu a
"Ye. I wa. in thero m y" If. Those
fern and grafted thai she nrianged ho
ed ft great detil of skill mid taste."
"They were nil well enough hut ulie'd
hr;tt?r lieen lii lping tin) than pending
her time getting tlinu."
"Don'l you think its well to find out
what n child likes, and then lead her hy
iuti'ieeiit indnluetiei) to do what is hard."
"I'm sure Iv'c no objection to any
body's finding out anything. they pleae,
that's gol tittle, I notice that nobody
hunt round m'ueh to find out my likes
"At ! itst .TattP, iio ildn't it be n
thing to tell Jennv vi het. she's
" She knows when she's dono
whal'n the use in makit.g a fu-,3
" 1 .nt supposing a little praise makes
her both better and hatiiiier, mid hehi
you iu training her ?"
"Mother my bed nint made," came
in loud tones from Dick, at that mo-I
ineiit, and the 'Clesliotl remained un
I'm afraid jirofiatiuation Ins stolen
a greal deal of time in this houi-, :iiii
thai poor Jenny isn't the only sulK-ivr, "
murmured Aunt Miliy, as Mrs. Fanning
went up stairs.
"I'm glad you're going to have a
chance to see John," s tid the inoihcr,
coinug down nl I cr a few iniutius ab
sence. "He's always been such a comfort
to me.' 1 don'l think that bu' ever
caused nie a minute's trouble."
"I ri livnibet very wi ll w hat a fine
icllow he was. I haven'l seen him iu
live years," was the reply.
" Oh he's grow n so much since then.
He's lallex thin his father now, and
such a fine strong Icllow. Milly,"and
and Mrs. Fiiiiniiig's look grew intense,
" I believe I should die if llial boy should
he taken away from inc. I couldn'l
live I wouldn't."
"You have ollir chihli'Mi, Jane."
'They're so different, Milly. John
is always trying to he'ji me; and he's so
patient thai I sotneiiiiies wonder where
lie got his disposition, lint it's not stu
pid patience. He's the best scholar iu
ids class, and the best in everything.
Things always go a deal smoother when
" Patient love makes the hardest road
smooth, said Aunt .Mnlv, as it lo her-
sell ; but Mrs.Famiiiig heard the words,
ami she thought of them more than once
lielore she went to sleep.
"I think you will have an ally when
John conies homo, said Aunt Milly lo
Jenny, as the two were paring early ap
ples tor pies.
" An ally Aunty,?"
"Yes, botiubocy lo fight on vour
"Oh, Aunty, you don't know John,
lie never did anything wrong iu his
lile, and he always 'takes mother's part
when I'm bad idler she scolds me."
"J3u, Jenny, I believe w e agreed that
tlie battle isn't between you nr.d your
mother. I lltink we located the enemy
iu another quarter. As for John's never
doing w rong, I duu't believe he would
Well, they don'l call it wrong wli'-n
John does it. Maybe that's it. Ik
il ways right and I'm ulways wrong,
Ion i make much diflerenee how you nx
" I 'spose John don't thow brushes at
people s Heads.
1 liars because nouoiiy provoues
"Grant that for tho sake of the argu
ment. lJut why does nobody provoke
"Because they love him. I suppnse."
Now lor instance, vou got iu trouble
lite other day aboui vour room. Does
John ever need lo he scolded lor untidy-
"Oh, Auntv ! the idea ! hy John's
tho neatest person yon ever did see.
"And suppose anybody should try
provoke him, and what do you think
would do V"
To tell the truth, Aunty, I think he
"Yerv well. Now yon can see what
I mean by John's being an ally of yours.
He has Just the weapons mat you nee-i
very much to fight wilh, and no doubi
he'll be very glad to help you. Yoa
otcht to get along much faster when
vou have a constant example ol neatness
J . i :
Uii'l patience turn yoou iiiuo--i.
JJut. Auntv, do you mean mat. i can
ever be like John V"
"Why not ? Don t you think its worth
tiyiug tor ;
"II 1 only could.
'It's only a question of time, dear,
you make up your mind to use all your
lOW'er 10 Ol ive Olln J oill rui-uuie.
"Jbit nobody ever told me so before.
I thought God ma le John different, aud
thai itwas no use for nie to try to
like him. In fact, Aunty, I never thought
"Time enough, if you begin immedi
ately," said Aunty as she put the pan
nicely sliced apples on lite paniry snen.
"1 don't wonder the child's discotnag
ed" she thought not ten minutes after,
she heard vi-lc s up stairs.
"What have you been Joing?"
heard tho mother sav.
"Helping Aunt Milly pare apples,"
"Or course it was exactly what need
ed doing least."
"Iv'c wanted you more than you're
worlh 10 help me fill this ticking."
"Why didn't you call me?"
"As if calling you had anything to
wilh vour coming. I hope you'll
with Milly Fanning if you like her
well. Anybody's belter'u I nm. What
has she ever done for you I'd like
"I don't think anybody's ever done
much," answered Jenny forgetting
"Of course you don't. Tisin't much
to bring you into tho world, and
care ot you all theso years. Why
woman should ever get married I don
-w f , mome
that suit. you.
"Well, mother you've qot opo
T. e baby cried at that minute, and
Jenny ran lo his assistance.
"Does. John answer ba-k when his
nvithcr's cross?" said aunt Milly a Jin
"Aunty I did you bear mo?''
Patience is one of your strongest wea
pons, J'-iiny ; and you must never forget
that nil yon do and say is seen anil heard,
even if Aunty dosen't happen to over
"You can bring the baby up stairs,"
called Mrs. Fanning.
"I'll look out for him," said Aunt Mil-
"Jennv, do vou hear me? bring that
child no here," was the only acknowl
edgment f I he kind offer.
Jenny rolled the fa, little figure in'o
lcr arms, mid went, up the back stair?.
"Vo'l p'l him down wilh some pillows
round him, mid help too fill these cases."
'.! nnv obeyed, nn. I the two worked
on tor hall'an hour, while the baby play
ed wilh a bunch of keys, and tumbled
over hi -tilows, showing h;s dimpled
legs to ihe best advantage.
"Tl cre's your fa-her, already," said
Mrs. Fanning at last, slopping to look
out ol the window viith a hainlful ol
feathers in. her hand. "I'll go down now
and you can keep ihe baby here, he's so
quiet. Put the rest of the fealliers in
Hint bolster case. I'll conic, up and put
them awav titter supper.
"AH tight." slid J.-nny ph-asmtly.
"Now baby, we'll hav e a good limo
nil by our-' Ives ;" and Jenny gave the
lit lb- fello'v sonic peppci mint loZcngcs
tlmt she ii-.hed out d lit-r pocket.
Aunt Milly would laugh a', my pock
et, she though!, as she put back the con
tents, after gelling the candy safely out.
It's a bid us ii. b-.y's. Dear Aun'y, I
wonder if she really thinks I can learn to
be good, or anywhere near . good. I'm
sure I'll try, ami Jenny began putting
the feathers into the ticking with greal
vigor. The work was soon done, and
ihe liaby being very busy in getting su
gar all over his chubby lace, his sister
took up a story book, and was presently
deeply absorbed in the trials and tri
umphs of a certain Jack Hover. Hie
room was perfectly still. The baby was
quieter than ever baby was before, and
Jenny sat by the window wilh her feet
tucked und.-r her, intensely enjoying ihe
exciting adventures of the hero. She
had reached a n.nst thrilling, scene when
her milher's voice broke upon her like a
"Jenny Fanning '."'
Jennv' Ju mrv." I as as if th? earth had
opened "at hir feef, for there was a tone
ol iitt'-rince of those words that meant
nothing good to the culprit. She looked
up bewildered, but she wasn't left leng
in doubt us to the trouble. Baby had
crept into the feather bed that his moth
er had left i xpn-cl upon the floor, and
there be was, wilh nothing visible but
his hca I. his lace previously plastered
with mois: sugar, was covered wilh feath
ers, which he was trying to pull off wilh
the pnggy fingers ol one hand, while the
other Lit fist, he was vigorously rubbing
his eyes. Heaps of feathers lay upon
the fioor, and not a few had reached ihe
remotest corners of the room by the-aid
of the wind. Anybody but Mrs. Fan
ning would have laughed at the sight,
and Jenny looked timidly up, hoping
tha. her mother would sea how funny
it was. Uut there was no fun in scatter
ed feathers and sticky baby, to a tried
woman determined to see ihe dark side.
"Voii'd read, Jenny Fanning, il I
worked till I dropped down death Yottr'e
determined to make just as much trouble
as von can. I hope you'll keep out of
my sigh ," and r!io snatched up the ba
by and went down s:airs.
'Oh dear !' said Jenny, and began
picking up the feathers.
An Unsatisfactory Meal
A wrg, ir. what he knows f farming
gives a plan to remove widow's weeds
He says a good lookit-g man has only to
say, " Wilt thou," and they wilt.
After a man ha, got a fust r.Ve opin
ion of him.self the next best thing tew
hav iz the good opinion of others.
Mrs. Suidkins says her husband is a
three handed man right hand, left hand
and a little behind hand.
A iunof iron worth S5-50 made into
horse-shoes, is worlh $-20.50 ; made into
penknife blades, it is worth $;)oo ; made
into needles, it is worth f 2,285 ; and made
into balaiice-spiings for watches, is worth
What a drilling; tho poor bar must un
dergo to reach all that ; but hammered
and beaten, and pounded, and rolled and
polished, how was its value increased ?
It might well have quivered" ami com
plained under the hai d knocks it got ; but
were they all necessary to draw out its
fine qualities and fit it for a higher office.
And so all the drilling and training
which yu are subject to in your youth
and which often seems so hard to you,
serve lo bring out your finer and nobler
qualities, and tit you tor more responsi
ble posts and greater usefulness iu the
"Ho who would thrive must lise at
five." So says iho proverb, though
there is more rhyme ili.ui reason in it,
lln who would thrive must rise at
five, it must follow naturally,
He who would thrive more must rise
And it will insure a consequence that
He who'd still more thriving be
Must leave his bed at turn of three ;
And who this latter would out-do.
Will rouse him at the stroke of two,
And bv way ot clltnsx to it all, it should
be held good that
lie who'd never be outdone,
Must ever rise as soon as one.
Dut the best illustration would be,
lie who'd flourish best of all,
Should never go to bed at all.
When the rain falls does it ever rise a8.'u ?
Yes, iu dew time.
When is a fire like a bad husband ? When
it goes out at uight.
"The earth Is tin) Lord's." . "Lots 20x00 fir
$250." These are adjoining inscription ai
16 8ea Cliff camp-meeting grounds,
Song of a Horse.
poor old "tare hore, Link nnd thin, , i
Not inm h else hut bone and akin, f
Jog nlmig, week out, week In,
Kicked mid rnrseil mid mi-nnlr fed,
Jiitniii. il in Hit- lde snd jerked by the head,
And the thing t cnn'l nt nil tiniko out
wbtit nn i-nrlli IT nil about.
Why wii I ma le in lull and lug
For this liitlt- oild hum-in bug, '
Two li-ua" d, dumpy ns , Jug, .
Who sits slol'i mi iiiy ribs lo hatter
why wns he iiiniie lor I Imt matter?
Anil, ii' I need most In- created,
Why is It that I was not fitted
prance and rnm-lte. finely mated,
Milver haraissed, sleek mid fit,
Willi en in m uml bliulo-t und nil that ?
Ilete 1 go, tin v nl'( r day.
Pounding nti.l -lipping ilnwn Drondway,
Drugging tlpiw cnrioiis biped things,
Willi fniel. js gone nn, I yet no wings
Where lln v nil go to I don't know!'
Nor why in tin- world they hurry so.
wasn't my mull, yon see, nt all,
Thai my Juinis grew big and iny musclcssmall,
Ati'l so I inissi d it i It-is man's stall.
I'm rlmi-y, sinpid, crooked, slow,
Vel tie- iic -i-i-st Ir-rs- is n horse, ynu know,
well ns III'.- glossiest lings Hint go.
Lord ! how long will lln-y use me so?
And when may l lie i-iiuine spirit go
Where glorilii d horses stand in a row,
-treless nt ei-hi r wheels or whoa 4
Win-re ires nrr. nhviivs appropos, '
Ami fli'-s dnu''. jjm.v
WIii upon the -l ui l, sia'oj as follows:
II..V: lived mint ol my life in Xt-w Lvme
nnd It'ini" ; have live 1 with Mr. Way and "Mr.
Iteeve. My fiitiier is ilend, but I do not re
mem!) -r wlii 11 he died; he whs poor and left
propel ty : went to school in the winter; and
have usually wi.,k.-d out lor my supporL I
knew fM-re-no Smith, when lie-cnnie to hire
me, nt my inoilier's house in New Lyme. I
went to work for him at lor four mouths. .
Smith was working nt joiner work, and I can-'
not t il how long he w ns away from home, and
did most nf the work, changing- work with
Ne'.s-m Smiih. 1 lie f.itiiily consisted of Smith, .
his wife, his father nnd mvsell-. I slept in the '
ciHinb-r. W lie 11 mv time, was nearly expired,
Smith Sitid he would like nielo slay and work,
but he did nut know about the pay. Afier
wnrds he asked tne- how I would stnv. and '
said the pry should he made satisfactory, and
stayed. 1 le-re Intel lieen mi (lilllcully be
tween us, n-.:d he treated me with respect. An
improper intimacy begun between me and Mrs,
Smith in Decetatn-r.and continued not very of-
ten, in the bedrooms and upstairs, until 111,,
Tuesday before Smith's death. The first I .
kne.v of his seeing anything, of it was at the
time spoken of when I had iny arm around her
in the kitchen, when Smith came out, but said '
nothing. She said that he was telling mo
something. We nil went into the sitting room
and Smith look no notice of it, and said noth
ing. The next time was in April, when he
w as watching with Mr. Scott. One evening
he- got off the- lounge where he, was lyiuj, ana
took Lis overcoil and went out, w'hen they
S ippo-cu lie, 11:10 gone 10 oc-ott s, &110 and L
took a seat on Ihe lounge, ami kissed each oth
er. She Lrot up and went to the window, drew
the curtain aside, and seeing Smith, called him
iu. lielore he c.tme, 1 said to her: Now I shall
leave. She said, no you wont neither; you
keep still. She rallied him about watching at
home instead of at Scon's. We afterwards
piled some brush nnd rubbish, m be burned
when it was dry. II then got me to go with
him after a tree in Olmstead's woods; he want
ed me lo bring an ax. H it I took a spade.
Smith then went out pretending to burn some
brush, which he did not, saying Iho wind waa
not in the right direction. He wanted me to
go with hint, bill she culled m hack to mend
my overalls, the ones that have been shown in
court. I then put my arms around her and
kissed In r. Sue nsked me if I thought he had
gone to burn Ihe brush ; for she said, lie does
not always go when he says he will. I spoke
to her several limes proposing to go away,
when sjiu would cry and urge me to slay, say
ing if I went away, she would not care what
became of her. She said that from the Brst,
"it seemed as if anme on- wis dead when I waa
gone, that Smilli cared but lttlle for licr; that
she hud no giisnptton tn do anything if I was
not there, lie mid I often went fishing and
burning together. AVe were both a. Rock
Creek on the S iturday before his death, aud
were g me nearly nil day.
On 'ihu 2 ith of April I pot up first, and went
riiiht to the barn and did the chores, taking
care of Ihe cows and horses. He came to the
burn, ns I got done milking, nnd took the milk
10. the house. I then went to cleaning the
horse stable. He. came buck and weut in
where the calves were, when ho called to me
to com- in, he wanted to talk to mo. Ho do
muniied to know if I had had illicit intercourse
w ith his wife; and said if I did not tell he
would smash me liner than a burn. I told him
1 IihiI nothing to tell. He then came at me
wilh tin av. 111 both hands. I seized the ax and
we scttliled fur it. He stuniblej. and I struck
him, I was so exciied that 1 hardly knew what
I did, and he fell. I struck hi in throe times.
I then pulled him round and luid him in the
corner. 1 then went to the. house, aud Mrs.
Smith took me by the arm and asked me what
was the matter. I told her that Soreno and I
hud had a difllcnlty, und I thought I had kill
ed him, mid so I must go nnd teil Nelson. Site
said sit down and keep cool; for Gotl's sake,
if I cared anything for her not to sny anything
abiilit il. Keep cool, she saiil, for some of
Nelson's folks will bo over, and it will all
come- out. She suggested that Ihe manure
pile would be a place; no one would think ot
looking there for him ; and as he had always
said he did 'not c-iru w hat became of him
when dead, licit place was as good us any. I
then went buck to the burn, placed him in the
corner and covered mm wiin tne s.raw. 1
came back and onercd her. tho money. She
told me to keep it. and to get the pocket book
out of thewav. I buried Smith in the after
noon. In ihe .forenoon, frank BeckwitU
rmne tn IhelinusP; when she saw him coming,
she told me to keep out of the way lor my ap
pearance would betray something. When he
Came In she told Jl. ckwilh that Smith had
gone after 1111 evergreen, etc. ' When I burled
Smilli I carried linn myscil, taking him round
Ihe wnist, his feet drugging the ground. After
Lemuel Phelps spoke of the blood on hli
horse's foot, she told me, yon did not clean
that blood all away, and I had lo tell him you
liad Ihe nose-bleed. On Ihe day of the find
ing, she told me to go to thu barn, and stay
llii-rc ami not In tray any guilt, but keep a stiff
upper lip. When James Phelps told his
dream, she nudged him with her knee, under
the table. The nx was usually kept near
where he was killed. Smith never mnuifcsled
any unkimlncss to nie, until this morning,
wle n I saw he wns mini. She repeatedly
told nie not to show any thing in my manner,
nnd not to tell any one" any thing to betray
me. Alter he w hs killed she got me some
peppermint, ns I felt sick. I drank a curt of
cotiee, but could not eat. 'A told the eyer-gre-er.
s ury first to old Mr. Smith, and caution
ed me not to let the old man see anything un
,,c,.l .ihniit me. tn excite his susniclon. At
tho lime of the ussault, ho was south of me,
so there was no way for me to get away from
If a Bedouin should lose his teeth, would
lie talk gum Arabic?
A man lias been found ovr the other slda
of the Pennsylvania liue, loo lazy to labor
under au linprtssion.
It has heeu found that In narly every civ
llized country the tree that bears the most
fruit for the market is the axle-tree.
A tourist, who was afked In what part 6f
Swl'ierlanil lie leu inn neat iue uoii, repiieu,
when I was going to lie-rue.
The difference between October and Novenl
berls. that while with October leavai tail.
Ij with November tall leftyet),