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T K. 11 APPS. annooneet to tbe pablle that b ba
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IxiMwr, Hid Will attend sews 1st thai purpose la this
eltjf and Cnnutt, if required, Charee. BKxierste.
Orden iiromptl attended to. Postofnce endrww,
ollet. "' SS-ly
D y tlr 1 N 1 V, Horsey at Law Office la Bnab'a
Block ofamilo Katioaai Motel, Joiiet. Illinois
larticolar atui.ltoo arvee to il prornrins ol Pea
iontj bmt k Vay, Itonntv Money and all war claims.
u a. HA&WOOD, wit) hereafter (tire kls nndl
aided attnnttoo to tba practice or hia profession.
Orric oa Jefleraoat St over Caicwln'a Crockerjt
or. Beaiileaoar .opposite the Baptiet Chorea. ,
' S. TilUM AB. M. D.. Pliratolaa and Surseoa
JTe-oBera hi p okMaioaalaervieee to the citlseu of
Juliet and vicinity, umce no. 11 wenereon at., over
It. Dlarkwaa'e Drag Btora, opposite tba Court Hooaa,
rVldDOe cw JefJoreon et-fc-oruer of Beetren venae,
Itf). . . ' , . Jollet, Illiooia.
ITC. -fK. 8TEVEN8, -Attorney and Conneelor at
VJ e Law, and Geaeral Land aad Collecting ugeot.
ollauUooa promptly remitted .
Oreroslo IIaieyeaaanioee, t . -, Jollet.IlI.
NDALIi . rrLLER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OOODSPKRV, Attorney and Conn
Lmtlo. t t Lua.Mlwii Ultooia. OIBca in Stune
.wmMnm ..-. . - f.aoooma.
1 AHK8" OOODUUE, Atloroeta, CooneMore.Joliet,
Will C-Miiiy. HIlnoM. OtBca, North aide ol Uiaiub
ie aqaare, JeReraoa St.
a., a. Mitu. . B.B.oooiHOTr
i r - ' 1 1 ? 1 T t ;
i.TLIBHAC. FELLOWS, Attorney and Conneriorat
J Law a ad Solicitor and Counaelor in Cliaucery, will
eKnlarly attend tlie Conrta la tha coantiea of Will, Ia.
'.'aira, Kaa.bUI, Hr.llonry, Orundyand lroinoia. Olflce
ar K.M.Bray'f Drngg Store, JefToraon-et., Jollet, IU."
J AM 118 rLKTCUHA, Attorney at Law. Hiddleport
Irstinoia county, Iillnoia.
1 A WaalllVnTftK itt end flnnnaetoratlew
, will aaCnnd faltbrully to all baaioeea aatraated to
to care, lu thM and the neigbboriug eon nt lea.
MidUleport, IroqooM county, Illiooia,
8N APP, Attorney and Counaelor at Law.
Will County, Iillnoia.
TACOB A. WIIITRMAN, Attorney and Counaelor at
J lw and 8 iltoitor to Oiiaacary Middleport, Iroeaola
T" H.RKECR.Oerman Eclectic Doctor and Ocnlia
J . omaoB Uluffat., Weat aide, wbera be way be
oun.l at all timea ready and willing to wait apon tbe
Ick and attlicted. lie w.iiild Juat any to tboae that are
ftlicted with Diaeaaet of the Eye, tbat ha devotee the
raoa of each day to tbat branch ef hla proteaaloa.
FAR. A. B. MS AD, baa removed hie Ofllca aver E. M
AS Bray'a Orafrg Store, on Jaflarana at where peraona
Jiapoaed to employ him can atwaye Sad him when not
f kit. A. L.MeAKTHBU, Pbyalclan aild Bnrgeon offer
1 7 hlaprtliaMionalaervtceetotheeltisenaoiJolietand
tctoity. Oince iu tne umniona nioea, airaciiy over Mr
oodru(T Drug tore. Keaidence Ottawa at.
Iir J.UEATU, Police Magiatrate, and J natice o
Ye tbe Peace, Olflce on corner of JeOeraoa A Cbl-
-aKO Htreeta, Juliet, III.
Will attod promptly to ell bnainaai.latrnated tobii
are. Cilectiug, paying taxea, conveyancina, ana all
thar buaiaeee pertaining to bia oOice.
it. E. PEN TON BUKSON. Minooka, Orumly Co
U U, riaiunald, Will County
E. I. DUBOIS.
rarwadiag ak. Catuamlaalou Narchaali
LIBERAL advance made tu farmer, who prefer to
abip Ibeirgrain to their friend in Chicago, or tit.
IVIL EQISEEIl A VD DK CUTr 00CNU7 8CR
VKt R. Uapaaml Plata drawn to order.
Olflee In the Court liouae. decie-n27
A rilS.ilARUIRT KILLMKR, Female Pbyaician.ol
J fora lier profeaioiial aervicea to her own aex, in
Jbetetrice, and the dewaaea incident to women and cl.il
dreo. She will aiaoatuutd professional call generally
eidence'a KaatJuliet .
iTc N T I 8 T It V .
Das. ALLEN A SALTER, permanently
located la Juliet, ie prepared to perform
I all operations ui the profeeaion, in tne
utteatand moat approved style. R ru
dotel Joos iruui a aiogle Tooth to a (all eatt,inaertedon
a Atmospheric punctpm.
Tseth Extracted without pain.
Orrtci on JeOeraon St., in Uawley's New Building
AGENT FOR TIIR UNITED STATE8 AND AMUR
lean Expreae Companies, will forward Vreightand
Valualiiee to all points of the country. Notee, Draft
tnd Uillacollected, and proceed returned promptly .
Juliet, July ia,ltlo4 n4-tl
W. Cr. THOMP80N,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
XIILL fnrnlih Plant and BpecificatioDa, and taSte
IF contracts for, or superintend the erection of
Churches, School Uooses, I'oullc Bnildiugsand Dwell
Shop and Office on Chicago Street, Bear 0 A. A St.
LRU. Depot. n33-tf
Jwltet MarbU Werkt,
OARLK8 MUNQKR, Manofactoreranddealer t
J every variety of
MARBLE MONUMKITTS.TOMB STONES. FUR
NITURE, AC, AC.
ear the Rock Island Depot, Joliet. Illinois. Order
em abroadreapectf ally solicited
Dr. P. B. CMOCHB.ABE
TTfOULD respectfully uuform the inhabitants o
fV oliet and viciuity, that after aa absence of
aome years, baa returned to Joiiet for tbe purpose of
making it hia future home, and adopts tbie method to
inform hi friends and the public, that be has take
'tbe room formerly occupied by Carpenter A Pierce,
OVER BROWN'S DRUG STORE,
erbsre be will be plraaed to see all who may need tiav
olass Dotal OrrtaATtows.
Those who may employ him may be assured tbat all
apperations will be per turned la neat, (nuty and
Wot, io, 1801 ' tit ti
JULIET CITY BAN K
F. L. CAGWIN, BANKER.
KS'Qffiee Opposite the Post Office -w
Tk ECEITRS Denoaltea. nva lold and Silver, and
JLV nnenrrent Hooey, Bnya and Sella Domeetic and
and sells PASSAGE TICKETS from Europe ant
Coatinsat by Steamer and the nunou
BLACK STAR LINE,
Makes collection la
Canedas and Earope.
parUof the fjnlted SUtae,
AtsT-NegotiaUN loaaa on Real As tale, an
asad pttrehass of the earns.
Joiiet, March 24, Itwa.
for the aaw
8U0W RESPECT TO THE DEAD.
CITY MARBLE FACTORY.
very variety of
R B E 8 , Manafactarere
Rtaraa Blamaaaswta, Haadl Btoatsa, ax,c.
Jefferson Street, north of Coanty Jail ,
. AU work wamaaed tm s,.e satire eatisfactioii, and
.prioea Is aoit the lines. Ordera eent by mail will
eelve prompt attention . . n'J4y)
v PAINTINfi AND PAPL21X6.
ITHEcitisena of Jollet and viciaity are reapeetlvely
informed, that we the (Ubecribert contmea the
Painting business In all IU branches.
8UOP ON JULLKXST- (appoeite the Joiiet Hoove.)
. . , DORR A SCUOTT.
JoJiet,Sopt0.188 . ,ut
THE nnderdgned wilt bind all kinds af Books, in
any desired style.
Jobe will be neatly executed and warranted.
. Wk. 8TAKHLE. Bookbinder. .
Blff Street, (oae door north af tba Oas Works,)
'b 7, Igaa. . - - . - . Jolietv lliiooir
() BBLS MICUIOAM FLOOR (Buchanan AUlkO
" aite Wheat. at Jemtbaa lie Msrket price.
At 44 Bir Br "
S . , Bl fr" the rabecriber'a farm in March last,
E?..T??ya ' hita (potted cow, with white
r?Jl Tti Md U -".a year. old.
mZZy briudleoBw.aarayed ia Hay last.
VlT" U1 be paid foreilher by tbsaab
Tj-UT: : ' " B. CSHARPB.
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BY G.& C. ZARLlEY.
CHAWGE. . ' ,
'- V-at . . A. 1tH3Kt. ' 1
Whence this shadow darkly creeping
O'er my sonl, ia sadness weeping I ,
Is tbi heart, so lately leaping
With ectatic joy,
, Weary of ito load of pleaanre t
' Would It seek another beasoref
Bath life's overflowing meaior.
Still another Joy T "
Ah, 'tie bat a dream of sorrow, ...
,. Which tbe soul delights to borrow '
Vrotn its Joys, psrhaps to-morrow
Twill have paaaed away ;
Then, methinks, this weary feeling,
Which upon my bear t ia stealing, -Will
dlwolve. beyond revealing' '
8(111 a brighter day.
Boars of lorrowa, hoursof gntdaen I .
Welcome pleasare, welcome sadnessl
Bom may donbt, but 'tis not sadness,
That I love yon all; .
Ti tbe raptures of transitioa,
Not tta goal of each ambition,
Which completes the oala fruition ,
' V On this earthly ball
'V-. From tha Callfotai floldaa SreJ -
COVRTIXG A EMI-
GRAKT IS A5UOE.
. BT DAN. D IJCILUt.
Oar Washoe bachelors are always on
tbe qui rive during tba last month of sum
mer and the first and second fall mootba.
wben tba emigrant traios are rolling in off
tha plaint with wbola tioops of sun-brown
Tbe girle have heard that the ohaooes
fr getting huehandt are 'awful good io
Waaboe.' Tbey know there are 'gig bin' of
chances, no tney begin primttiog eborlly
after paamg lodepeodence Kock, and by
tha lime tbey atrike tbe watera of tbe
Carson, tbey are io a perleov atate of wig
My friend Coodrick wanted a wife,
lie wanted a piers of 'uoeopbjsticated
oalioo from tbe Strtre '
He talked ojucb ofwbea tbe trains
would arrjve, and also of tbe pretty emi
He swore be would 'gobble up one this
At laet it waa reported that a big train
was oamped oa tbe Carson, two miles be
Condnck mounted hia mustang and de
parted witb alaority.
Tbe report proved true, and what waa
better, 'Women absolutely abounded,' as
C 'Ddnok afterwards informed me in bis
He rode among the tents and wagons os
tenaitly much cuocrned to know ezaetly
the state, eounty and town, from wbieb
each family hailed, bnt in reality taking
notes of tbe fine points of all tba marriag9
able looking females in camp.
At last be struok one tbat suited him to
Long afterwards, he eaid to toe with a
great aign, a, men ne tried to emotber in a
Inugh, 'Oh ! she wae a clipper I I' rim ae a
gx lie; litbe as a willow ; cheeks (though
eunbrownl "bowed a peachy ruddiLeee
witb eyea I ah I auch great brown swim
ming eyes! tbat drove your soul down
into your boots, dragged your beart up in
t your throat, aod ielt you epeeoblees and
To this sumptuous female Condrick laid
Hit progress wae good.
A tha shade of evening settled down
upon valley and bill, be and bia charmer
to. k a stroll.
As they walked along the meandering
hanks of the Corson, tbe full faoe oi the
moon rose up tr.m he bind tbe eastern
bills. All nature eeemed filled and quiv
ering witb love.
Love danced in the raya of the moon
light tbat glanced in tbe stream ; tbe wil
lows rustled tbeir leaves to tbe passing
breezes aod so sweetly told tbe story of
tbeir Jove tbat even the restless wiode
were for a while enticed to linger, forget
ful of tbeir journey ; enamored night
hawk were skimming tbe love-laden air
in voluptuous circles, rays of languishing
light gleaming in aoswering flashes from
tbeir lzy wings ; erickete, peeping from
tbeir boles iu neighboring tbickeia chirp
ed to each other in mellow, tremulous
notes tbe rips and gushing lovejt of tbeir
stiroha'ged hearts; beetles, erasy witb
love, thundered bi steely their plaints of
tender pain tbat racked tbeir mailed bod
ies, and tbe sweet boneydew of Heaven
fell softly into tba beart cap tbat eaob
meek plant beld trustingly op.
Tbe sympathetic hearts of tbe luers ac
knowledged tbe tender influences sur
rounding them, and shared tbe sweet
tbnll with wbicb all nature quivered.
Slowly the pair, in foud diaouurte wan
What throbs of effeotion stirred Con
What fires of love burned in Condriok's
As bis charmer leaned trustingly upon
bis arm, Heaven aeemed to desoend and
rest on tbe lowest and nearest bills.
As tbs murmur of a bee in a rose was
her voioe to his soal.
Seating themselves on a grassy bank
.tbey gaged together cn tbe sparkling ed
dies nf tba gliding stream.
In glowing colors Condrick painted for
tbe fair being by bia aide, a picture of tbe
wonderful wealth biddeo within tbe rooky
vauita ot tne w Bipporwin mine.
Charmed by hia eloquence and absorbed
in tbe contemplation of tbe picture be
piaoed belore ber, fbe forgot all else and
gradually ber beautilul head dropped
dropped lower and lower and finally rest
ed apon bis bosom bis manly ehaat.
Great Heaven 1 a thrill darted through
ma frame ana so sneotea mm that it waa
only by a tremendous effort that be could
easotner the votoaod of emotions STelliog
witbio his bosom.
He felt a deeire to bound to bia feet and
utter a wild whoop 1
But be didn't.
No ; be constrained his emotion ; he re
sided tbe impulse.
Her bead was now fairly and snugly
nestled upon hie breaet.
Aa abe lay gaging into his handsome
faoe, ber parted tresees, of richest brown
fell baokward io affluent wavea from ber
broad forehead, nokiased by tbe son. and
ol marble texture and wbiteoese. Her
great liquid eyee looked iuto bia and he
gased down into tbeir unfathomable depths
till all tbe past, all tbe future aeemed eeo
Heaver came down etill lower aod rested
on tbe valley.
But this oould not always last. Us felt
tbat it could not. She seemed .expecting
eometbiog. - . ....
Her great eyea closed wearily, and the
silken .fringes of ' tbeir eor tains, reeled oa
bet cbeek ' v- ' ' ' -
He was happy aa he was, .but be coold
be as ha was forever.
i 8b seemed to have tha aama thoughts.
; Sue slightly raised her bead. Ite pres
sure on his chest was not ao great as for
He was distressed. ' Would she rise T
Was be about to lose bar f
Tbie tbooght wee agony.-- .
. JQis head was dissy. .lie,. felt himaalf
Standing on a precipiee. -
He waa losing his balance.
He wae toppling over.
' Courage 1 - 1 ;
H gasped Kissed oot . fail a tor? of
llrvB. -j ........ , -
: It wat not We odav v .. w , ,
u Birt it era tfi tba point,
7 Sba aif hed aighed a lane, trameaJoas,
Io a. marnorine; tooe,' ha aiked her if
aba bado't lomt fcelioga of tbe not kind
fo? him. " ' '
. She fiat her Arms about iia neek, and
biding ' tar sweet face in hie ebirt front,
Bobbed oat in a broken roioe tbat tbat waa
what ailed ber.1
Ileareo let go all its folds tod fell at hi
Here followed several deep, eearohiog,
(F r tbe gratification of my ladr readers,
and that tbe in ay know tba ezaot number
and daratmn of these kieeea, 1 bava put
them all down They are aa follows, tba
etars repreeenting tbeir number, and the
dashes the duration of each ;
. It will be obeerved tbat tbe laet
one, waaf immaoee jeogtb, -, 4-t- fca a tail
like aoomet 1 am oot eure that it wae
not longer than I bave represented Con
driok is not even sore of tbat. He thinks
about nere that be was inseneibls for a
After all these kissts eame ao awkward
j.be situation to bs sure was not an on
But again my friend felt tbat it wae time
tor something more.
He bad made a leap from one precipice
another waa before bim.
lis waa tottering to ite brink.
Ha most speak of marriage.
How would ebe take that I
She had acknowledged tbat she loved
Tbn gavs him enursgs. . .
He gasped and chokingly gulped oot tbs
question in fear, and with bis eyes slight
She elavped bim more tightly arouod tbe
neck and sighed deeply.
Poor Condrick i all sorts of fears attack
He felt a drop of moist fall on bis
At first be thought ber tse was bleed
ing He beld his hsnd aloft in the moon
light, and on it he bebeld a glittering
He felt better then.
Hia beart gave a great leap, and he said
Thaok Uesveo 1'
Us was now moch eoeouragsd.
He again made enquiry as to her love
She said then in words, tbat sbe loved
him 'Ob I so mnob 1' wbiob for a time
comforted bim greatly.
Condrick now began to urge immediate
Sbe objected, bnt clung more cloae'y to
bim, and eaid, 'Wait awhile.'
Condriek wanted to know if there waa
any obetecle to their immediate onion.
Sbe kiseed bim, and said there waa a
He tLen tendsrly kissed her (.
) and ssked if tbey oonld not be mar
ried in a week.
She raised ber ereat ewimmine eves to
bis face, and eased fondly unun bim. but
Her pouting lips were in tempting prox
imif j to hia own.
He now repeated bis question, wben in
an aronised voice sbe cried tint:
Oh 1 dear. 1 can't tell I I've got a pbtie
ickyold cues of a bur-band out in joe o
them wagnua, and ne'e juat spiteful enough
to live a month yet 1'
Condrick ie etill a haohelor.
He had a bad spell of eometbing Ike
mountain fever tbe next day after be vis
itd the emigrant camp at least, he went
off into tbe mountana, and shunned
mankind and womankind for abiut two
But ha is all right now.
Tbe Wise Ambassador.
We remember reading ia an old mega
sine, accounts of an embassador from tbe
court of the Emperor Charlemagne to tbat
of ao Eaatero monarch. Dining one day
in company witb tbe barbarian king and
tbe great men of the eoort, not knowing
tbe regulations and tbe etiquette of tbe
East, tbs embassador without dreaming of
barm, moved witb bis band a disb which
bad been placed near bim on tbo table.
Now tbe lawa of the tyrant required - tbat
if any guest touched a disb tbat was bro't
forward, before tbe king was served, be
should soff r tbe penalty of death ; eoBr
quently all eyes were turned upon tbo em
bassador of Cbr lemagne, . and there waa
an immediate outcry against bim ; for tbe
courtiers of tbe tyrant tbonght to gain bis
favor by upholding bim in bis tyranny
Tbe barbarian king feared o d iepleaee so
great an Emperor ae Charlemagne, but be
feared to traoegreia bis own laws more,
and be told the ambassador that be must
suffer death fir what be bad done.
'Great king,' said tbe Frank, 'I submit
to my fate. Tbe laws of so great a mon
arch must not be broken witb impunity
I die without a murmur, but in (he name
of tbe greet emperor whose bumble serv
ant I am, I beg of your majesty one favor
before I die.'
'Thou apeakeet 'well,' revlied the barbar
ian king.. 'It ie not my wish tbat thou
eboullet suffer death, but since tbe laws
require it. I give tbes tbe promise of a
king whose word is fate, tbat whatever
tbou ask est shall bs granted. I baveeoo
ken.' 'Then, I am eatiafied replied tbe in
baeaadorL proudly ; and be glanced oon
temotunoely at tbe obsequious courtiers.
'AH I ask is this: give me tbe eyes
of every man who saw me oommit tbe
- Tbs tyrant eeemed confounded, aod his
fiatterera turned pale. Bat bis word had
gone fortb, aod moat be kept. Tbe Fraok'e
request-must be granted.
, 'It ia well,' aaid tbe king. 'Their eyes
sbaii be plucked out for thee.'
-But when it was ssked who hsd seen
the ambassador move tbe disb, every
courtier was esger to deny tbat be bed
seen tbe aot. Tbe servants also exolaim
ed tbat ; tbey bad not witnessed it, and
tbe king also dsclarsd tbat be himself had
not. - . , ;, :.
'Then, why should I die, great king?'
said tbe Frank 'Tbe deed eaapot be even
proved against me.'
The king was pleased, and not only
pardoned bim, bat acknowledging and
prising bis eonniog and . wisdom, sent
bim home to bis master loadsd witb pres
ents. . .-,
. Mr. Jenkine was dioioe; at a very hos
pitable table, but a piece of beeorJ near
bim was so very small tbat tbe lady of tbe
hooaa remarked to him : i
.jray..Mr Jenkins, help yodrself to tbe
bacon I Don't be afraid of it.'.
, 'No, indeed, madam I've seen a piece
twice as large, and it didn't scare me a
bit.' ( - -i-iS : . . I...". ': t. .. L" . , - J
. Grbat Mis, There are not half as
many great son of small fathers as small
eons of greet " fathers. Mountains often
bring forth mice, mioejeldom briog forth
asoootaiiBSH , . . ',. ' .
, J OLIET, ILLINOIS, DECEMBER20.'
I f. .... : t - t U i-..s ...., sa
flew' Godfrey Choqe 111 Wile.
'Godfrey, old bsy,' said Henry CIsy ton ss
he tilted back in bie chair, nod put hi
feet oo the mantlepiece,' 'when is tbs wed
ding to bet' ' ... ' , . ;
: 'Whose wedding?' ' ' .. "
'Mies Laora Somers, or Jenny, which is
'I don't know, I'm sure.
- 'Now d;.n't b mysterious, Gidfrey you
are a constant visitor, and all our aex ia
talking a boot the match. Don't preteod
you have not eeleoted one nf the sisters.'
'How do you know whether either of
them will have met
D n't be absurd, old boy. Come, be
frank, wbicb is the favorite eistert
Well frankly then, I have visited the
family for several montha, aa you know,
but I canoot decide. Laora ia certainly
the handsomest with her flashing black
eyes and qoeeoly manner; bnt Jenny
see ma, although tbe yooogeat, to be tbe
met womanly and asefd! af the te
Yet, I cannot be eure nf tbat. My en
trsaoe is the signal for eotdial welcome
and smiles, and let ma call at what bour I
will are always dressed, ail appar
ently dxesngaged. Tw be sore, I always io
tbe morning, bave to wait before Laura te
'Pop in unexpectedly, and notice the
'How can If A card at the door will
put tbe lady on ber guard, or even the
notioe of a gentleman vis tor.
Qj there in disgoie. As a washer
woman for instanoe.'
'Good. I will.'
G there as a washerwomen ?' cried
'Not exactly; but I will obtain admit
tance to a morning'a privacy '
'Well, let me kn w the result.'
'Laura and .Jenny were ibe children of
a widower, who although in moderate cir
cumataooes, moved in I a own able society.
At tbe end of my eh rt .ketch he was
about to supply tbe lamented Mrs. Sum
era' place, alter nearly ten years' mourn
ifig and although a kind aod indulgent pa
rent bad no objection to his daughter'
marriage, and, indeed, bad told tbem so.
Laura, whose bigb spirit ressnted tbe
probable eapremaoy nf a aten-motber, had
already selected God rey Horton her
husband; and Jrnny, wbo was yonngsr
aod gentler in spirit, bad tried to conquer
a carefully conceived preference for tbe
earns person. All bis attention were ae
on bed by her as a brotherly regard, -though
every aot of kindness aod oeurtesy
touched her to tbe very heart.
It was the morning after a large ball
and the eietere were in tba breakfast room
together. Laora, ber gl soy black bair
trusbed negligently off ber faoe, witb tbe
rough, tumbled braids of laet evening's
coiffure gathered loosely in a comb, wear
ing a soiled rspper, torn stockings, and
pres cted ratber an alarming -contrast to
the briliaat ball room belle, waa louoging
on a sofa. . Jenny, in a neat morning dress
witb a large gingham apron, and bair
brushed smoothly into a pretty knot, was
washing tbe breakfaet dishes.'
'There is an old man at tbe door, witb
artificial flowers, eaid tbe servant, opening
tbe dinning ruom door,' will you see
'No,' eaid Jenny,
'Yes,' cried Laura, 'send bim up.'
"Tne servant deoended to tbey tbe last
Hs was poorly clad, with a eoarss blue
eliek, wbiob was much too large for bim.
Hla bair wbita, and ha a. Uei
and moustache of tbe seme enowy hue
Mekong a low bow, he placed tbe large
basket opoo a table and opeoed it.
'I bave a bunch of blue fl iwers here,'
said be, taking tbat from tbe basket, 'tbat
will just suit your golden bair, Miss,' aod
beld it up to Jenny
'It is my sister wbo wishes to look at
your flower?,' eaid aba, quietly.
'Yes bring tbem here.' wae Laura's im
Tbe old man's eyes followed sTenny, as
sbe washed, wiped, pat away tbe dishes,
ewept tbe room and dusted it, and then sat
down beside Laura, wbo wae atill looking
over tbe basket.
'See, Jenny, tbie scarlet bench. Will it
not be lovely witb a few bark leaves, to
wesr wit my new silk V
. 'But yon cannot afford it, juat niw,'
'Yes I oan. Father gave me aome mo
To pay tbe last dry goods bill.'
'Wall, I oan have ti at carried to my
private account '
'Ob, Laara, I bate to hear you talk so
of that private account. It seems so mucb
like oneating lei ber.
'Nonsense 1 it will etand till I get mar
ried. tbeu I can easily save it out of my
4 1 ehouldo't wish to marry in debt,
The peddler looked at tbe sisters:
'Xou bad better take this blue bunch
Miss,' said be to Jenny. If it aint con
venient to pay for it now, and I will call
'No, I shall not tks tbem.'
'Tbey are very becoming, Miss. Look
'I wish my bair was light,' said Laura
'1 like te wesr blue. God I rey Horton eaid
laet night, tbat forget me-nota were bia fa
Jenny eolored, and placed tbe bunch
again in the basket, said, 'Corns, Laura,
decide. You are keeping one waiting,
time ia probably valuable,' and then pae
eing a chair, ebe added, 'Be eeated, air you
muat be tired.'
I am tired. tindeed' ws tha rani-
I will take tbat scarlet buneh, and those
rea comiies, ana mis wbite cluster,' said
But, sister, you ean't aff rd it
'Yee I can. Godfrey is riob.'
Tbe old man bit bie Ho.
I bink, eaid Jenny, in an undertone,
jou riya mm, now moch it will griev
Kim if L L 1J .9 ... . . w
--. ho euuuiu uisoover tnis deceit.
Nonssnes! Well, I'll tell you boi
remedy it. Leod me aome monev oat
tne ooueekeeping funds V
Jenny I eteel from father t
'There don't preaob.'
Miss Jenny,' eaid a servant, entering at
that moment, tbe dinner baa eome.
Jeony left tbe room, and Laura still
turned over tha a fl k:t. .t.. ia
r J ... I-, null, iub V1U
man pointed out tbeir varioua beauties, be
uiBBBwme, wae turniog over tbe
disordered bair, shabby dress, aod Issy
position, whils be mentally eonlraeted thorn
with Jentiy'e neat attire.
Not decided yett' aaid Jenny, returned
after a abort abeer.ee.
No. Come here'
leant' Fatber la aent horns a calPe
need and I am afraid t.. trust it entirely to
Margaret; I must superintend tba dinner
and make a podding, and tba parlors must
be dueled, and there is my white mull to
Before I'd be a drudge tbat you are'
cried Lora. .
'Drudge 1 nonsense 1 I have time for en
joyment, and father cannot bave a com for
table house if some one does not superin
tend these things. When I marry jou
msy do it, she laughed merrily..
" 'Aa if 1 should not marrr first t' eaid
. 'Tbere.I have chosen all 1 want.'
' Shall I oall again Ut k change V eaid
be pedlor,, - shell ba bsppy to pat tbe
jnieaer o.-aere en my net er easterners. -i
t.'? c" again.' aaid. Laura. , - .
. So .ibe pedler took ap , bis basket, end
wslkel home, threw aside bis wig, beard
and dVgoiee.'anel avowal of bis hand and
beart Misa Jenny Somen which : wee
aceeptd . , ,.,4 .. , s .- .,
'. Leu Somere had two aonreee of pro
f roors It peculation. One wae. Why Ond
frsy Hoitoa eropneed to Jeony, instead of
bereelf t The ether, 'l wonder why the
eld man never called to be paid for thoee
. -- . ' w.
" Gen. Oaitar, of Missouri, in a jesnt ad
dress to the people of tbaspiat- diatrict
draws tha following piotarrfjf one' of oar
latter day loyalists: ' -
I refer to the ease of Ceptv Wm A. Pol
lioo, oompaiy 68th eolored Yolaoteere
He, accord hg to hie ewa admiaions, was
for a namter of years engaged in tbe Af
ricen law trade ; in kidnapping and tran
eportinsnegroes) from Africa to tbe I eland
atCflr.ja On en a n, . li..i. M
b ardiis veisel.f f which be 'waa esptain.)
k-'-fiw-vrn sunara orgrese, . all Dona
c'eo ana ettmo below decke, ae t e wae
approaobing tbe eoaet of Cuba he was
chased by a British man-of-war, and in
order to effect kia own escspe wss compell
ed to run hie vessel ashore and abandon
ber ; which be did. Before abmdonmg
the ship, however, be scuttled and sunk
her, witb all tbe negroes on board, thus
wiping 001,10 esse of his capture, all evi
dence of the character nf hie vessel.
He we have Can am Pullion eneas-arl in
tbe philanthropic work of induoing negroes
into the blessed condition of slsvery, except
upon one eiross oi tne axe, bs sent sevso
hundred uf tbem, naked, unwashed, unre
g oerated, with msnae'es oron their limbs,
i to that etate of perfect fnedom wbiob
lies beyond tbe Joidan.
Now we find Capr. Pollion at the bead
nt a negro eompany leading tbem - en to
freedom and to glory by a different road,
however, to that over which be led tbe
even hundred. N.w add to this tbe far
ther faotOist Capt. Pollion organised and
oruiea one oi tne nret rebel oomoamee in
nortn Missouri, ana you bave tbe parallel
Handkerchief F Irat on.
A very silly and very mischievous nraot-
icv uae uoma mu vogue among I'gnt oead
ad school virls. whinh tbv nnvkr ia k.
made thoroughly ashamed of. It is the
practice of attracting tbe attention of tbe
sterner aex. bv skillful dm of tba hand
K t :hiei CO gnral bas tbia silly custom
become in some plaoes. tbat ladiea wbo re
gard tbeir ebaraeter for respectability
scarcely aar . put tneir nacdkeiebier to
nsesssity use in the street for fear of at
trading ths sttention of some bold bed
man. now it may bs very tunny, my
dnar nuns' lad far won tn tnaa inn r em
broidered esmbrie to aome handsome esv
alia? with tlevml mnnatanha anri iani.lt
air.and reeeue a smils and a bow io rstorn,
bat bs assured that svery time you do it.
ymr character for modesty and respecti
bility ie aerioaely eompnmifed. Bear io
mind tbat an true gentleman, who booore
womannooa, win ever respond to eucn sily
BBDiieaaiisos uniy very yoocg Uentl
men, wbo know no better tba to imitate
tbe mannere of corrupt yilliaos, or those
villiana tbemaelvee ever take notioe Si your
fTnar Pie R.rrn wia flir.e-. A -k-
-a v v - i i atv V am aa a SB ssx tva, IUJ"
eieiaw. whose sign oee bang out on Eases
eirevt, t.u-tha lull , win g"Kl etory. tie
was sitting one day in biet.fSce, wbeo there
came in an Irishman, wbo after making
bia bow, wbicb an Irishman always bss
tbs p ihteoess to do, addressed bim tbns
'Can ys pull a tooth for me dc tor feu re
itt tbe divil's own brother I've got in my
bead, tbat sheen keeping tat awake these
three nights entirely.'
'fee, I tbmk I can take it out for yon
replied tne aocior. 'sit dawn and let ana
1 .ok at it ' Tbe tootb proved to be a large
... , r . .
ooubie one, naoiy innamea arouod it ao
verysors. Wusn tbs instrumente were
brought oot to oommence operstions, Pat
ahnwnd evident aisaa nf narsnnanaaa
'Ocb 1 sote, ye'il be mnrtberin me, quite
'To be sburs I shall burt yon,' said the
doctor, io a jocular way, 'If I don't I won
charge you anything for pulling it.
Pat said not another word end tbe doc
tor went to work. Tbe tootb waa fimli
k tit a firmer jaw, and stuck 'likeaDem
. . i . ..... .
ocrat to toe lioneiuouon,' out our preaev
ering doctor tugged a ad pulled, fairly Ii
ing bis patient I rom bis ebsir in tbs stru
gle, wbo bore it all the wey tbroogb, li
a martyr, 'making no sign.' At last tbe
offending molar waa out, and triumpban
laid opoo tbe table.
'There,' ssid tbs doctor, 'didn't I hart
TOO bad epoogb t
'Not a bit sir,' ssid Pst, 'aod eure yon'
not the man to be going back from jour
own word. ,
Query Wbicb got the worst of it,
wr lue uocior J vrijvwu.
'I was preaching one evening,' writee
clerical friend wbo reliebes a gcx.d tbi
ricbly, 'from tbs passage ia tbe history
Moses wbers bs and his two friends, Asi
and Uur, wss standing, on a bill and 1
holding tbe battle between Israel and A
olrk. My text waa 'Aaron asad Uur stay
anl nt hia hanrla Inn T arotiiant Ih,
- y w.w --- , - a.j
ef the people to bold op tbe bands of their
,k- l - . l . i
Diiuwnr, aivu. xue vhhjui, vi laves s;ouw
men of old wbo thus supported Moses.
On my wsy homeward Irom cborcb, one
of tba leading men of my parieh joined
me, and alter expressing bie great aatia
faotion in my discourse, begged leave to
suggest one point tbat I bad quite over
Ah.' aaid I. 'and what can that bet'
1 mean.' be anewersd. 'the power
a I aT .
tui argument in tavor oi female ion
1 confess,' said I, tbat I do not perceive
met too sunject is ninteo at now da yon
disovsr it, my dear sir f
Wby, dose it not read.' eaid be, with
eome surpnss, tbat 'Aaron and ber beld up
bis bandar l sopp&se tbe woman helped
ae muoo as toe man.
A Cuxiocs Colccl ati )K . Some body
makes tbe following curious calculation
What is a billion f Tbe reply is very
simi le: a million times a million This is
qoiokly written,' end quicker etill pro
nounoed; bnt no mon ie able to count it.
You may eooot 160 or 170 in a minute: but
let us even euppose tbst yon msy go aa far
a 200; than sn hour will produce 12.000;
a day 288.000; and a year of S65 days (lor
every four years you may rest from coun
ting daring a leap year), 105.120.000. Let
ns soppoee oow. tbat Adam, at ' fbe first
beginning of his existsooe, bad began to
eouot, bad contioned to do eo, and waa
ooanting etill be would not even now, ae
eordiog to tbe naoally eoppoeed age of oor
globe, have counted near enough. ' For to
coot a billion be would repair 9512 yeara
24 days. 5 hours and 20 minutes, accord
ing to the rale taken above. Now, an j
poeing we were to allow tbe poor counter
12 huare daily for rest; eating and aleepiog
be would need 19.024 yeare, 69 days, 10
hi 0", and 40 minutes. ' ; f
Hs wbo is not iodiffersot himelf, will
find out, from bis own feelings, wbat it is
tbat interests ptbers la a . cause. " Ao hosv
est nan ia aa orator by nature, ' ' -
AJ r - I I ' ' A 11 I :
i: pi it,1) !A::tt:kJI oi!i ! .
DeYeu Waot 'Do iPIrT : '
Dll OW w ant a Kn at. a.Lt f... -
. J wava-i VFUIf,
little fellow, aeareely eight ysara old, to a
uiei a id m larva omnA.
'Want a ru- T w k ,. t -V
engaged f naked a smsrt ' looking elerk,
looking with a pvuled alaaca at tha litti.
applicant. . ' .
1 do, air,' replied George.
'Look here. entleman nrler) tha-wnnn-
sn, spseking to bis fellow clerks ; Here
t .... :.l vit . . .
iriaiar uuiana. n inn IO N DOr
I snnroaa t . T.nnk al kin.
The clsrks sratbered in rraat ata iKnnt
et wa. - w
r O w v aw wVV iwii vi vamtri
purpose before them, aod waa, therefore,
Gwnsciowa oi any reason way ae anoaia
made an object of snort.
Wbat can von do V asked one.
'You can keen hooka, nf toam uM
Carry a bale of vooda am IMF riajik akt
cried the third. -
flesh yoong gentlemen,' eaid the eld
erly bookkeeper at tba daek. after view.
inar Georre thrnnsh hia anaeae1a tTuw
don't make eport of tbe child. Let me
la la.nint.'-w-naai ..f-.v- t-.;..;
Tbon ssesking to Georss. in kindU
tones, he eaid : ' "
'Yuu are too voone ta ba acpa-arl
child.' Who eeot ton here f - . .
I came mvaalf. air If r.tVee
J V ... . J .MVS WUW
mother are gone te heavea. My aunt ie
poor, ana i want to earn eometbing to help
ber. Won't too please to take nae. air V
Tb eifflcle Storv. told in a a,t that
showsd how esraeet the boy wss, not only
ebeckod tbe sport of tbe clerks, but brought
tesrs to tbsir eyes. Tbey looksd oo tbe
dsllASla Ahilrl aairh All- Anil eeaneeft mA
eoe of tbem plaoing aabilliog uo tbe desk,
..L.J .1.. - . r . I , . .
.acu tue rea tu iuuow oie example iney
id eo. He than took tha mnnev anri ifTer.
ed it to George eayiog
ion are too small to be of any use here,
my good boy. Bat take the money, and
wben yon bave grown a bit, perhaps we
msy find eometbing for yon to do.'
George looked at tbe money without
offering to tooob it
Wby do you not tske tbe money t' ask
ed the elerk
Pieties, sir. I am nut a bes-ar. said
George. "I want to earn eumotbicg to
help my annt to keep me, for ebe Is very
'You are a nobla little f ,- ' aawt the
esnior clerk. 'We give tbe money not be
cause we tbink you are a beggar, bat be-
eaue we use your spirit. Suob a boy as
you wil not essilv bseoma a h,tr
Take the money my bov. and ma Qud
blees ya sad give your annt better daya '
I like George's spirit in tbie affair. It
waa noble, brave and aelf-reliaat beyond
bia years. It wae tbe spirit tbat makea
poor grow into naaful and successful men.
It msds George do tbie ; for in after years,
tbst little boy bscsme a noted artist, wboss
praise waa spoken by many tongoee. All
cbildrca should cherish a desire to do ell
tbey cio for themselves, by tbeir own la
bors, as esrly as possible. Tboss wbo lean
on father and mother for everything will
nod it bard work to get along by and by,
aa tbev may bave todc. wben tbeir parents
die. Those wbn early learn to rely apon
miiDieiiti, win nave little dimoulty in
earning their own liviog. Learn there-
tore to help ycuraelvee. Alwaye taking
care to do eo under and witb tbe consent
f your g.od parente cr guardian. Cherry
' amy UU2CIK.
'Papa will aooo be here.' eaid mammi
to ber tbree year old boy ; 'what can Gor
gy ao to welcome him t And tbe motber
glanced at tbe cbild'e playtbiaga, wbicb
lay scattered in the wildeet eonfueion on
Make tbe room neat replied tbe
bright eyed one, understanding the loek
and at once beginning to gather bia toy
into a basket.
'What more can we do to welcome papa?'
aesru cam id a, woeo notning wae wantio
ta the neatneaa of tha rnnm
"Be happy to bim wben be comes.' cried
!. - I : . . i . i- , . .
w ucar lima leuow, jumping as with
eagerness, ae be watched at tbs wiodo'
for bis fatbar'a coming.
. Mow aa all tbe dictionary makers will
testify it ia very hard tn ti it..
nitiooa ; bat did not little Georgy give tbe
very substance of a welcome f ' 'Be happy
v (Jim sun oc oomee 1
All parente wbe read tbie. will kno
tbat elegant apartmante, and sumptuous
entertainment, ana formal courtesy, will
aot avail in welootaiog tbeir gaeeta, unlae
Wit and YTsidem.
- Mannere make tbe msn.
Study men ae wall ae booke.
Poeitive meo err most of any. . , ,
Never wade ic unknown waters.
Look not a gift horse la tbe mouth.
Never wish a tbing dona, but do it.
Prudetce is not satisfied witb msy
- Remorse is very often the barbs of the
arrow of affliction.
S -me ahowy quality very crten screens a
number of unsightly ooea.
Mao'e arguments often prove ootbiog
but their wishes.
None are so weary as tboae who never
Meo are often resigned, bat never con
The Stark eouoty Democrat, published at
Canton, Ohio, aaye :
A preacher in tbie city last Ssbbatb,
took for bis tsxl tbe 14tb veres ef the 12ih
chapter ef Hebrews. It read as follow:
Follow peace with all meo, and holi
neee without wbicb no man eball see tbe
The reverend gentleman read Ibis text
from the book ae follows:
'Follow holiness, without wbicb 00 man
shall see tbe Lord.' .
Tbe words 'Peace witb all men' were
oot acceptable aod hence were emitt
So it sseme tbat ths Abolition yressbere
ere oing to take tbe same liberty witb
tbe word of God tbat Abe does witb tbe
cooetitatioa. .. . ?.-
Paxecairriofr rot thi Ccaa (T) or Doos
ADDICTED TJ KILUMO SflKXP Take of
beefsteak, sixteen eaoeea ; euryebma, four
e0irearib.-M,-2Divids the' bssfstesk, or
tit bit ' i itj sixteeo pieces ; take a ebarp
peu-koife aod make a email inoiaion into
each one of tbem ; into tbe orifice tbns
made, insert one sixteenth of tbe above
quaotity of atryeboia, (wbiob will amount
to five grains.) drop a few of tbess medioa
ted 'tit bite' on tbe outside of tbe sheep
pea aa near tbe treeke of tie' 'Bow wuw'
as possible. ' A dog with five graine of
etryebnia in bie etomacb waa never known
to meddle witb mnctoo, r ever again dis
turb tbe alumbers of any ebe by virtue of
dogmelidy. rr-r,.-. c,
A lady tbat woeld please bereeiria mar.
ryieg L waa warned tbat bar intended, al
though a gond sort of a au. was vsry
singular.- 'WelL re 0 lied the lsdy 'if
i very moob aalika other msn, be is much
more likely to be a good faosband., . . . t
' Four quf stions tbat" a very 'yonnz 'lady
should aak theyonog man wbo wishes to
marry ber. Ie he honest f Ie bs kiod of
heart t Can he au nnort raa anai a,i.KU
Dots he take a newspaper f And last, bnt
-otlsaat Does hs pay for it f 1
wt-a -. , -&-ri .
iiii rnA iti",V -.tiV.
Jjai ifi .ji ,:toi taVrt.
1 1 ! I i I I I
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VOL.' 22 NO. 28 -
i Embaimliisja Live nmm.l
A Diraeoloas eseapc -from': tha horrora
of actually being buried alive bat just lakt
-1 -. - : ay a i
en iiim iD xvsw vri'aos. i i. ,
A person earned Msrtln wss supposed to
have died from diaaaa af tHa k-.. -t
wvsry outward appearaaoe wae dead, - The
-al--: a a - .
a.euuins:pnyBioiaa bad .given niacsrtifi
eau of burial, testifying to tbo eauss ol
nis death, and the kepposed' corpse bed
bsea prepsred shrouded ia tkehabiliessnu
of death, and sneoBaed. . .,
Near and dear cues had 'ibed tears over
tbs loss of oci , whom tb.y eappoeed dead,
and wboe bodyha, b.d cerefolly prepar'
ea lor tne eiiant preciocte of the toaib
wmtm to lortaoate tnnugbt eogaestad it
eelf tbat tha bod v aho-M h- nk..i i
Tbe ncoessary etepe were taken, tha aoSn
earefolly closed oo. cod the bode aant n
an esnhalmieg eatabUshmear . adjoioioc
tJ.H- VT: . n n . . "Si
dcu a union etaoiee, oa uarnnaalft atreet.
Here tbe prnceae of embalming waa ia daa
time initrni upon.
It appear ibai In the 'process wbicb
preserves tba bode frnm im-ui;.i. a. -
. J i w W"W
position, the preserving quality is infsed
i k. . ,k . L . 1 .
ir.,,rnriii vj wsaoe oi an locuion
into tbe main artery of tbe arm. "'
: Tbo inoiaion witb a lancet ia in the aama
manner aa in tha a .a nf ki- i.,.:
The embalmer bed commenced bis work
by making the nseessary incision, and to
bis surprise ho disoovered blood faeblv
sing from tbe vein. - - :
Ha knew thera ranit ha life V... 1.1... J
- . - -- - wuvrv uiww
would fl w, end desisted from h tm n rr a asi
emblcoinjt lot few miootM more
ert was -lirhl tnnrinn of tKm Krtr.. .e.4
presently tba msn in tbe eoSo msde a
alight effort to rsiss himself, and witb si
sistance did riee op and spssk.
uaoue rvstorstivee wsre edministersd,
and hs wss soon able ta eoeverae. and de-
eired to know haw it waa that k. t.A
imkelf in a e fn clothed in a abrnud.
Tbe matter wa soon explained to bim ;
ia friend to tbeir joy, were advised of
rbat bad taken rlara ant ' .. .
b-ma instead of to tbe grave, where he ie
iu iair waj oi recovering. , , i
Tbia waa. indeed, a a ,rm- r
- " ..ww wVVauV 11 tfUl
the elctcbee of Jeatb. -
r 01 u ale.
Letyoor dangbtere cultivate mnsic by
11 BilDI. Ever, anm.a -rk I...
. . j " - uu ime au ap
titude for emgmg ehenld bleea Gd for tbe
eift and cultivate) it with iiii .
an " - a,V S Ur UVw
that abe may dassla airangere or wia ao-
.i.... r. i , . . r
i" crowu, oot mat ebe may
brinsr cladnesa to bar n D.u. tl.
influence io strengthening the affections is
er iiuim -..sing pereeivea by many of its
admirers; a aweet melody biode all haarta
together as it ware witb a golden ebord ;
it make tbe polees beat io onisoo and the
heart tbrill wtb symptby.
But the mnsic of the fireside mast be
simple and unpretending, it dose notTe-
quirs brilliancy of execution, but tender
nee. ut irenrg a marry tone for tbs
yoong a subdued strsin for the eged
ut sudi oi toe noisy elsptrsa which
populsr in public.
Never tests an atom wben you are
hungry it ia euieidal
Never hire servants who go in paire, ae
eieters, eonaina. or anything else.
Never epeak of yoor father as 'the old
Never reply to the epithet of a drunkard
Aa aw fVastl
we es istui,
Nsver ipeak coctsmpoonsly of woaaa
.never ahues oae wbo waa yeor bosom
frierd, howsver bitter now
Nsver smile at tbe expense of 'yoor relig
ion or yoor Bible. . ,
A good word ie as soon eaid as a bad
Tbat groat is ill-ssved that shames the
No one is a fool always , every oaesome
timee. Pesce with Heaven is the best frisnd-
There ie an allegorical story current tbat
onoe, immediately after Theodore Perker
bad parted Tram fialpb Waldo Emeveoa ea
tbe road to B.ton, a erasy Miller ite en
countered Parker and cried 1
'Sir, do yon not koow that tbe wetli ie
com tag to an end f '
Upon wbieb Parker replied t
'My good man. tbat doeso't concern msi
I live in B etoo.'.
Tbe eame faoatie overtaking Emeraon,
aeaosjoced io tba aama tarma tbe anproaob
of the and of tbe world, npoa wbicb Cmer
eon replied :
I em glad or it, sir ; nWwil! get along
maeh better without it!' -
A Mg. Paetinotow A littfa Airl
brought homo a kitter one day, and io re
ply ta eome not very complimentary obser
vation from her motber related to ite con.
ditioo. remarked with great einceirty.tbat,
il tbey gave it a plenty to eat sbe thoogbt
It wculd soon be infatuated.'
Duaiira ths riatsnf IT ATI .
!- Ia..- :.:iT "V F'raowo 1
. a,..,u, ouruer so ssve their; hoe see
from bsmg burned or polled down wrote
oa their dore, 'N i Pooery f O d Orim
eldi. tbe father or the celebrated .Joey ta
avoid all mistakes, wrote aa bis, 'No Relig
Girls none tooyceng to bw a the aor
eery. meke three or foar toilets a day.
. The luUe babies change sfiener.-Boston
An Abolition editor out Wast ssya, that
wben he tbinke ef eome Demoorate- n bie
vioinity, be bluabes tbat be ia a man.
Quite likely;but tbe bloib is tbst be isn't
Sbe who 00m poses a erase baby is great'
er tbsn sbe wbo eompueee a bjok.
Children are eo nomsroos ia some parts
cf lodia, tbat tbey ohm the as for 'oUthoo
pine.' . . .. - ........
Hs wbo bss a beart for bis Issson, will
aooo bave bie leaeoo by beart.
'1 wish.' aaid a eo. ol Erin, -f eould find
the place where meo don't die, tbat I
might go and end my daya there.'
The more we koow tbe leas wc aay.1 At
death mao arrives at immanaa knowledge,
aad doean't open hie month. .
Beauty in woman ia bke tbs fl wer in
spring ; but virtue is like tba star in beav-
en. - ' 1 ' ....
. Men do two-thuds of the eioniog ia the
world, end make women da tbe other
third. - ' ' "-:: .
play by it.'
srite by the cerd, bat don't
. Tea should never wink at faejte and
not too often at tbe Isdies.
The oeeaa ie the tbrobbiog beart er the
a ai verse, aa ila every wave a- moaod ever
tbose who bave aa grsree, v:u t,
When a landlord abows yea exoeeeivs
civiUy, be sure that be- expects t pot li
down in tbe eilL
-.' j - 3 . ; . j
Wbea a rich widower visit g aewy
bereaved widow, the vi.ii gooerally makes
ber forget bar viaitatbd. - - ' . ' 1 ,
'.'vif.ii ; . j 1 ' ! :
card lllaOTlaas aar J ! .".;rol
ifi. SI.,, A .. , fi .,?:? 'iff H..t
l O' -r ' - - i a .
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Wtfct.f-. iiu' . ft k
.,,. ,. 'i"-iviit, aaaars' ' j
l-!l,"'",'4t,-1" IHar... ai.r
L iTZ.. ' keteeavatl) m . -4.
beeoasee reapaasihl for . TtT' if L4 p r
- ' ' " vi
iPsoraTfir nrtih .i.i.... . . '
1.. ... " J 1 5 I a w c J
ay hsi uiaiar? - laacbsa. v ,a
We invite Ibe alteotioa of 'all thhVia. i
men to tbe fotlowieg 'jassoo. from kisterj.
It is eontaiped loaa addreaeoftba fTa-
Charles Maeoo.of Wubiogtonr-' -i it n
Toward Ih rlrtea nt tha Kle-a.k 1J 1 rt
tary, Edward 1, of Eoglaod. claimed ta be4 4
tbe legitimate sovereign of Scotland bold-' ''
tog an tnoss to te traitors wbo reeisted Lie 3"
role. - ' - --..!
His elaime ware atoatly resisted ty Vi "-'
-rebels" nnder William Wallace, la 12?9 1
tbey were defeated at the decUiva bsrtla ' '
of Falkirk. Tbsif military power' waa "
Merashed."iod Saotland was euMerstsd
andleysL' ' J" Tr
1 Tbree years later Waliaee ' bad become1 u
agala a f rmidable aa before, and Edward
bed to enmmoaee bie work cf conaassS '
anew 'lie moved; northward with the "'
whole miliUry power ef bis reef.-.. acooa-
psaisd by bis osvy, wbicb t ; . en;ire
ommsad of the ses. j
j fiera v. - s r-otcS -'
were eatirnji 1. . .w Vu.tji'
r - w. w w w -r .
i Tbe cocqoerer mercbed i j triampb from 1 '
ene end of tbe eonotry to the other. All "
Vied in expreeeiooo of sllegisooe ; all bow- -
ecepteror toe eonqcerer. Hsat
temnted to ihrnni tha Unifik . -
, - a,anar,
to abolish the Soettisb name, aod even a
subst Ito te English for Ssotcb iobabitsntt
I lbs kingdom.' Ail aeamaif hum a. 4 -
Two yeare later the rebellion' broke cb'
afresh aader R)bert Brnec.,: Ta 1307. t ' ;
tbe fatal battle of Metheven.tbe organised
power of Scotland waa again ' annihilated
and Brnoe became a fugitive and twit "
derer. -. - . ....... . . , -
Eiebt yeare later Iia fen. k: lr 1
the bead of another army. Tbe battle cf
Baonoekburn was fnaoht anil R-mi. .4 ,
- ww.Mue w aw
agaia free. - - j - .
Under tbe weak ansea a-iea .mu iL- .-
. . w, i
domioin of England waaagain elaimed and '
rniorceo. xer tnree Dnndrod veara Km. -
land often raaied tha atanriar1 nt e.tw.11.-- ' .
and opon every epportoaity tbat traeetk
"" ur ov-operauon witb tbe enemies 1
England. - . -
1 be two netione aama ta ha rmm-Am v
natural enemea. until Jemea VL. efSrmu'
land at 'ens-tb aaeeuded the V,.i;.k
throne. ' -
Tbe more nnwerfnl naiin v-.
- w a MTV
itself u tbe weaker, and natural aalme-i.
tiea extingnisbed by peaceful appliaoeee.
wouiu never nave yielded ta fore.
Tbe lepee or more tbsn two baedrsd and
fifty veara baa ima that ,.-.1
growing stronger, wbieb. centuries or war
ana mutual injury bad eeemed te render
wholly impossible. .
Tbeee teachings of ths history cf fbe past
ars confirmed by the lessons of oar own '
experience. Tbe State of Missouri. cceV
reduced toqoiet aad beld in a eoetreined "
loyalty by military power, ie ageio ristas; ''
in esccessful rebellion, aad must be con
quered anew "'-."'
Tbe seme msy e eaid efa great portion. '
Louisiaoa,Arkaaaae,Texas,aa wsll as soma
of tbe States on this side ef tbe Mieeisaipe
Mere conquest nsvsr sxtingaisb as t ion- .
al antipathies, but give tbem edgs anl .
venom. Tbo mild ioflaeneee of peace aod
kindoeee effect wbat could sever bent-'
Wined by violence in the production anl
preeervation of national unity. Tbey ae
eompliab their per poses, net . by reststiaa
the power to eeparate, bat by removing
the will and ibe motives for dorng so. Ia
tbe lesson to bo lost upon ns f , Shell we
eontione vainly to pursoe tbe phantom.
"Coiod" over the fi.lj 0f car 0 age, wbe
it ia ready si nestle in oar bueome as a
Jbleeeed reslity, if diaoardiog tba brutal,
avage, and fiendish propensities of ear
naturs. wa iovoko the peaceful influeoewe
of intelligence and reason, and tbe teacb
iog of tbe DiviceMster f We mey eoea
have peaoe aod urjjoo if we ohojas, but aot
by wsr. however locoeeafoL
Tbs contest nf tbe cities, and tbe disper
sion of the ermiee of tbe Confederacy, will '
only bring increaeed difficulties and en
ehroud tbe country ia a deeper gloom. '
Your means of support will be abetreete t
by inorsaeiog Urstion, yoor sons enstcbed
from yo by frequently coocorring eon
soriptioos. - t
Large etandiag armiee will be neoeseary
to preeerva tbe country ia iu forced all
gianee. Tbe eimplioity ef yonr republi
can institutions will dissppesr and ia tbsi'
stesd tbe coetly maebirTery of a governmsrf
which enforces obedience by tba fear it
exitee rather than by the affection it iodo- "
For yoar own cake and that of posterity
we ooojure you to tarn back from tbe pal
of danger in which yea are pow ratbicK
forward to yoor ruin. '
PxiNTxa's and Doct es. As easter
psper josily oommeots on newspaper acl
and -.edios) aceooate : "
It is a notorious fact tbat doctor's anl
Sewepsper bills are the lest aceouota.l.v
tbe earn of almost every men's indebted
nese which he tbinke of payiog Whatev ."
er may bo bie ability to pay, no difference
if hia chest is filled with old rnsty dollars,'
ba tbinke aome indefiote time will do U
el'le tbe aforeeeid asoounts. " ''
People somehow bare m traditiooary na
tion that tbe practise of physio snd tbe
publishing or nswspspere are more a ma
te a r prsfeeions, followed for emneemeot's
sake, and fir tbe cost of wbieb little er
nothing i expected. Yet there ie not ia
tbe whole roocd of bueioeea, ae far ae we
know, a more expensive employment than
tbat of a newspaper. .
'Heaaon far Daatlar, t .-t
Thsre ie a etory told or a eertaia impe
rial krgbnsae waltsing thrice en tbe eame
evening with aa Eoglisb lady at tbe Court
The lsdy, fltttersd by bie'.ttsnUoD,
frenkly expreesed bsr gratification 9tth
eomtfiment. " ' '
' '1 did not inteod it as complimeat wax
Then.' said the lady, 'your highnese
mot be very food of dancing.'
I deteet dancing wae tbe ensatlsfaotOw
What. tbsn. msy 1 ask, ert be yoar im
perial bighness's motive for dancing r
Msdsm,' was tbssxkslted psrsonage'e
curt reply, I dsnos so psrspireP r
' ' While walking itb a frisod, a genfle
mae accidentally stepped npan a lady'a
trailing dress. Sbe turned with a frown
ing look and strong sipreseioo of aogsr.
Wirid bis asoal orbaartj," bs rep'ied I
am sorry, m'adaav. very sorry indeed 1 bof
really, I didn't know tbat I was witbia a
querur of a mife of you." '
"A young lady dewa eest advertises for
tbe yoaag ma wbo'embrsses aa ' epptrw
tuoity,' aad says if be will ooffle ever a
tbsir town bs ceo do better i"'1 'in
;' 1 ' ' ,n it 7;i
' A geotlemaa aaye tha reaeea wby Jiak,
ine ie nalike a slog's tsil it, that- Jia.iaa
fceeaa a carriage aad the tail keeps a Wa-
gla. I I J l l...-!
A wife 10 San Fraaaiaew latejm
petition for dienraa ia k. J,
apthVtub' bMbB4 oriafowi,
ed fool The aoart -u.i.- .7 .
.... . . uisii tae
plea, btoaoee aim oat Mary - worried-maa
a - -t