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. ribnuo Job Department.
Accuracy Xcatnoss Dispatch .
Ve hvo To.-enM? mule aomo trahnblo a.Mi
limn to om Job irtmi'iit by roplf nishin
throughout Willi new I'vpoj thus rentlcrlng tho
Tribune lie li'.i.-ili mfiit "t ie mot complete in ibis
cctinn of Nortiiem Oiiio. This oflteo rrecivnl
tlio Piplomt fnp t'io ho-it simple, nf printing at
the. l.t u County f air, hold at TiOin ; ni.il we
wo'ilil xy to our fiicm), ami tlio public eenoral
Iv tlinl, wo rue now pr p iroj to execute al I orders
for Book nml Jul. I'i itit i:iR lth NnrsK-i (in. I
dispatch, ami in the mn, t approvrJ style of art.
I'ARTICrHR ATTKNTKilf PAID TO
Bill Honda, Cirrnlnm,
Cerliflenlea, Illniik., Denis,
Irny I ickria, Uriel l.
GOLB, UILB, -& COLOKED.
WORK, IIEAiTIFlM.Y EX IXUTE l,
DmCMirKt, Ban. Ttraa-ra.
"" llirT. iNVlTtTiiiK rn,
BiirM'oinviTI( Fcorn.i. No-ricae,
rNvaint'ee, ttRM, NoTI,
iTIrrrh.iiit' Fancy Fosters,
Show tlit.M, Uotki. Rills of Fast.,
Hano Hn.i.s, r.iMMKfl,
Book Work Dona to Order.
lath, .x-rntinn nf flue work th. TritmnenflVa ha. In
VS- IN9rNO IXOSILLED "TH WORK
tr? . v, wsvz-si :r rr" ? .
Ar MmnMf hr tbt Tpiitriti-tn of htirt tht
'IT.EMIUM JOB OFFICE.'
Our ficilities for rtnlnpt nr ami all nf tlionboTe
peaoriptione. of w. nk aro now utmurpicord jn this
section nfronutrv, and atnuictiou will tie guar-
aruoea in an ciuo-n.
M'KER & UAILEY, ProprilorR.
JOHN C. LF.E. NELPON L. IIREWER.
Attorneys at .am and Solicitors in
RT,ln :rcfr' NVw I.K-lt ,ni.'nonHft htPourf Honit
1 ithn, Msy Hiii,'.V-tf
To5i!37TnTss & co"
TIIF prtnPnVtp tiIin(r b-lvvfi-n W. Tomh, John T.
Msit An.l ;-(, R. Mim, hivin ihli rli pjrv.-
pnrii of rnntinmnr tM liinf of Ttrtilt, (tui It Co..
un lTthe flriic niri.p H uV - ti-rrtorirf.
Tt will li no i hUtthiH'mi in th- hint n hfrniofurt
rtndui'Mi), siid fh iine rnkf will l)P olt-rvt( the p;iv
nt of inu-ruit, vi r
3 rtrtf ihi 4 ptr cfnl.
rrtI1"itt,iR atlritr- pnv.ihli on ilemnnd.
0. TOMH, .roS T, IH'., ti. H. Ill'PH,
A. H.NKATII, JollV C.WAMl.
s. e. i:i;ckman,
New Saddle & Harness Shop,
OprwMltt 1'ommTi-lil Row, Titlln, dliio,
1.!. w.irk will tt wirrnulrt. II igtinl mrkl itrtc, it
VjlB,t f"r ,,',, ATl-1r
7" j k iioiVii7 '
Attornov nt Lnw. Tiflin Olilrt
... , ....... y v.
FFIiT, inSliimlmn'i Nw llockTf)Ter t. N'rw Rink-
AMornry nt Law, Nolnry Public,-
A.'l Ufnonl liitttrnni'. Agent. OITic- wllh V. P.& II.
N.l, Tillin, Ohio. ililU-li
RUOOY AND CARRIAGE MAN-.
CFACTUPF.R.eaiit.of tlio Coup IIoe, oa
Tiffin. Sopt.anth.lPM '
w. r. a ii. MinT-v,
Attorneys and Counsellor at Lrrw
Offl.;. la inu-r'i NVw Hlorli, ojtjm.il. the Tonrt Hon.,
Offlo.of IhfT.ft Fl.W.R.R.Co.,1
i H F. . fflt o ft lit porn pnnT I i.rinan!ntl v Inrntf iM a
Tl Hn, init th. vnrinitB ronir. nfpiiitli.il . nr kn tlie tfnj
t.rir .f Toialt'l Rlouk; corarr of nA Perry klrp.li.
a. .17 II. H. Ill, MFIIXIi, H, .
1 1 i.i a m i
CLOCK AND WATCHMAKER.
All kia'lf ofw Ucliou kept ooiiKtiuitlj on lianda
Storpin Oiuimi rciul Row.
Tiinn.Sipt. 17th, 1S51. It
LltlUIl IT1M. WILLIAM II. J0HN8IJN
STV.M .V JOII,SON,
Atttirneys nnd Counsellors nt Law.
Orncr. In Ho,l?l' Xw lllatk, otr Vollmet'irlnih.
((tors; Mntn .itrpt. rrnfps.inn :!liu.in.t unit tli. cill.
I.tilon mf nil kin U otrlmmt pTnm,tlr .licnilctl to.
Tirlin, ll. I T th. I) in.
" iiTlTor i ff i 'fir,
ATTORNKY and rnuiuellurat Law, Ti Hi a , Ohio
llrn.-n i n Coram. rcia Itow.
ni? j m o a Don
i prompt! t ntttml to nil mill, tithtrt In Tiffin or
y v ton
untrr, in pt'liuiniitftrinc Inthf ntMu tnl. rtirticnlnr
nptiilto Ktnintt ili,nf , htionrr ami Plnnpolritli
nt with Itirotfif. mttlii-ntf .1 when i-nnei' T-.!inr
.it mr... . r . l. tir ii... I.-, it' ...I
1!. f. UliLK, , . ,
Attorney at Law.
Siijir'a Rlotsk, opposite ' Court House.
Up Htitirs. octf),'fi7-tf.
Of C.l 5 El L"l "f Al IZ,
OFFlfF. In Hhnwhani Rim k ,?J ilnr. dirtctlrnn lr
tnt Tribnut Oilice, .MurktL lr-et,'J Htm, U. ocV.I-ly
MERCI1 NT TAILOR.
AMI) Kfil.t in H.lr-M.,1. Cl.lWnf, Cl.lli., C..l.
nierea, Vt'slin ff,4. o.
Store on Main itmuliiipoiileth. Panrea Cotiney Itarlr.
" Eank of Tiffin,
SHAVIAN'S NEW BLOCK,
Is now Organized and prepared to
tran.act a ironerAl llnkin!; Inuineu. Thii ttnk will pay
f.terloi) UejiO'ite, ii)lloivi:
3 montli., . per cat,
a s "
B. UOR,r.Y, rrett.
eeinif a. . faTH. e
Williaiu II. Davenport,
Attorney at Iaw, Notary Public,
rOMMtfflVdKR roa KKNTI'CKY k CALIFORNIA.
OFFICK nrlh F,eit Corner Fourth end Walnnt Ptreetr,
Cincinnati, Ohio. I'anirnlar aitcntioa paid to Notarial
an.tn..a aoU taking Ueposiiuina. octTrJ-lr
COOPKRk. WATHil.V; K.I.AM tYll.t.ARDl
WATSO. X. WII.I, tIJO,
Attorneys at Xt.xr
MEL nttr-iul prompuv to ail kin. I Icl buainemi; Of.
net tnt tiinmtrMitl how, 1 1 inn, Ohio. no3
joii. c. n:m,i;s
Attorney at Law, Tiffin Ohio.
Offir. arlth J. K. Ilord.ov.r Phrivor S Sneath'i .tore, fl2
"ii i:niiu iirnriin.Tai.
CIVIL E NO IN EE IS
c o r r.v t i;V s Pi: i J3 1 i:.
Offica iattliawliaa'. Ill(K;k,over lU Uauk of Tillin. fehlrtr
COLLECTION & LAND AGENCY.
JOM 3 &. THOiri S, Fostorla, 0.
U.oeral Colle.lnn and Land Ag.nle, ,ll nrnmi.tl. at
tend to th. eoilectoui ot all elniin. entm.it.o u. tlivir o.ire
In ri.neca and a,toinos t'ounli... iii .,0 at,..,! to
..a. whet, kjpl n.lvtee ic ae.-led in Pni.-ecuti tie .11,1. b.
tnt, Jn. in,., ol th. Pea.-.. Peruju. wi.turtf. to bnvorM-ll
lmd ur town Property taitt Aud It Ui tlivir aila,iiae lo
jiv. a. avail. J. V. J(i i pi.
B. W. TIIO.VIAH.
Kiraa TO riLM.i Ii Mini). l-iiuKay.
tiiirrca Uaowha, .
VV . P. at II. .Nom.i, Tillin.
Foai aa k Co.. jr u.Loria.
ALIKE TO THE DESPOT AND DEM ACJOUUJ FEARLESS FOIi TUUTII, FOU COD, AND IIUM.VNITV.
TIFFIN, OHIO, FRIIAY, AIMUL 15, 18:9.
- - -
Cr--rt Mn.inmir. Ointment
V ltfinn ...
tVvi'f i'l A gut Rme.ly
i 'iniiii'M t lllm
M nrt'nll I'tor. 4 '"tti itirfMl
Munnsl of llfftlth
pf Hot ,
. i t o
, .10 rl!.
t'nt inlr lv lb rj (InicxriUa; Im by Rgrnli tn tht prm
citl town in Ohio.
II TPilit, 1 rmmHr., O , Mnn-h ?ih, t-1?.
I hr.'hv r rtit lUnI I Imvr Ittfn iltidnf in III 4rtrwn
hrir Mrliiin- f"'r pi t ffir, ml mn initvuif t'mt 1
hue lfVPt "fTvr"'l nny m'li' to th pnt.ii,- lint Imv
mill wiih tit --iiii aftnrnlif Hon of llio if oplo likr lltfjn',
pfiifiihr'r tln Til't nnl 'ntMiiron. l'ti'rwill fvi.ltlf
perform nil ml moif ihiin i pTorni nl fir tltrni . hivr m
n limit 111 r (Mirk of IN i m liolii-on the pi I ton .on, and I
hfinr tht bt rfMiitii f n pvfTr ri 'f,
J. II. Jontsot, MrIicnl Agent,
Rnrl Kt Dr. nninrM of tl ;Mffntr!? M.(.
Or. II . t n rl'v -i mn ntr.i f Ti tirf , and ont
ot'tltc tioit iiccojil tn iht count? ( 1 raniimilj in wnicli lit
"I'hi. rrtlrtrt 'hit I hurw nr tSt UrT-nhfrf PilU
ft nil ,Mnr Imll'i r.ilholioon. ill li.w lv J. M. Jolmion,
in mv prmMtc to niy fnnru tViion. "I Ity rf rw'l
ino.lirini. (J, ' . HftHNKI.U.
Hnrttotd, Trumbull Co., O., Mi-h 7, l'07.
I m t ptivtiriitn of thir!v titm prsftic. T pHnripnl
flttiilv hi (iron i!ii!iiri of frm'iln, TIict livt f.'ntrillY
bnitl'-rt mv h-t ttl'irt. t Hitninini: tlit innuri'ih noitipolnjf
MnrhnH'i I tt-H n t 'rttlio'ii-nn, I wsi pfi wilh thfin,
f -wt thm n fnir trii), mil imtn.l ni"flt .ilmnilmi Iv nn'Tfu.
I'll In mv former cnciif I emud only miiiinit I lift oip
tom of tlont h!lf ihf mM nml nnlil not -r on in tfn.
Now nn rtilirr'Mv 'iiff It If -i vrntftn in tttfniT rind
nut 'fit ih rft. I ro'iti!fr lnfh;iM'u I tf nnf t'nthvlicin
lh jf re ate t blfstinn to fprnalfi I hnvt hit with.
J. II. VVim.iani, M. U.f Clmrtriton.
Wimt Punronn, fotbtrton Co., Tn7 VI, lQ.V7.
Mr. H. H. Kln?.i-t, Hir: 1 hnrf b-n wiling ibt nmiH-f'n-'
of tlio Oriti-mln'r j ( 'onipunv fur thf Ut ivn vnrt. tnil
bn.p invnri;.LIy fonn Item tn (five g vt rttifnrtiooj nnd
I be pi I U 1 hnv o!ii inn r-it numv mi lit us rfirtilsrly
their r nnl rofT'-f, nnd wiib mv 1rid- ihrv linve litcomi n
ttplo nnii'lM. M 'rlnirp I f-rine ( 'ntbolit-nn in n infdu-int
tb:t Ut tiunt rf .it tinfiiint nf 'iod in tt-mIa ii !-.,
n l.i-ly I nl.l ii to tol.l mr bal r.-fivr,l mor bf nf fit
ft"m nf hf)!t!r (linn hf iti 1 from n lonj rfMir of nfHicl
trt'itmf nt bv tiit moil ktillul pltyiician. ovr 'rulf,
Jnn. I, IKIH. JiMM Wilson.
For Pn br A. R. Vtn Doom, II. II. Pnviltfr.J. F.
Won.trr TitPnt II. Hnll, lwnlt: Dr. P. ttf. tlrffn
f't.nns.; in. Il-l'.. I.o)i; H. I. Hi.'T. II -t l.m-k: Win.
Kuiic-t, nir-i; D. liotrm-ir .V Co., .-( 'iiichnvi tl- J .
W. Wir.r, Vnan; ntl h) out flm in nil the prit.tHj.;il
town in ' 'liio.
Yor Mrdii'ini? or apni'iiM nib'rct
II. U. hl.SvU:V,rifvtTnnK
ii'.-1v. Aiff-nt lor Ohio.
Tltft a.U'f rtif r I-avmj t.rcn riiiirfl to bfnhh in few
wefkt, br a vfrr liniplt rrincdr, rttir bnvfnir, tiftirftl
f rnl yofir with n ff-vrrt l.nnt? "All'MMirn, t'td tbitt (trend
(li$r&t, Cnrnmnplion, ia -muiHii to nnVf known to bit
fi-ilow MttlVrori tin Dirmif of curf . '1 null who iiirt it
wo wilUenil t onpy oi thn prtHiriphoii d ( I ret of i liorfff),
wiib htiM'iion, fur prpnn ii and n.inc tbt limit, u Inch
tbcv wi ll bud i inrni'i ri for 'onumpl ion , A i hma llrnn
rhiili, ten, Tti. only obj( I nf (lit r.tlvort irr in oniliitf
tl prescription ( to bfiiv.U tl:t nTlH'tMt, nnd b boptjf
tverv iiirTt-r-? will try bit it-Miifdyt a it will ront tln ni
nolhinf, and mv provo a bct'r, Partiti winhinjj tht
. KtV.I'.DWARD A. WII.HOV.
'tl3 1r j Wiliimni bur4, l.orff I.Und.
PRACTICAL DO OK BLXDEIi.
AND mannfntnrprof KUnk llnnki. Htnrt Hoifi, Val
(fit unit ftllnllifr artiulta prtaininf to thtlr tradft, al
o Dflrrflin pnpr, bUnk.inr riitmnndinn. copy and jxwktt
bookiand f'tntionery in iftnttitl.
Wt tvotil I rli'poi'tt'tilly in'orm tlie rir iifntof nirnnnd
the itir oun lin foiintiiti tbnt wo hnvt HorintfMl onrf lvva
for tlift purpoiu of c;irr iiiK on tho Honk Jllinhnjr liuinci,
biiliarlo, it n-p nbont 5 vtnrt condnctt-il bv Win. Wollf
aluitt. mid th it w ireprtpartd tt txecutt alikiiiiUof work
fill)',(l jr-Ut tnd ttt .
NEW Y O R K P It I ' E S
ta hp np m nny Inndcry in tlin ooun'ry.
II i viTic lwnvi aruvitlr t tk-AimmimM, nalttlt of pa
per nn h nd, w are otihltii to I'timith In onh r, U J; l nil
and oirck of II link lirok w.H a ltdfri,(.'ntiutv Rei-ordi
anil oMht, ruled nnd hound, pjgcii, Mil ti or witiiutil print td
ln uU, n may bf di'''rfd
Tht:!iitdi'i of i'en.t lifU. Mi"aiinti, Mniit NtWRpn
pir mid ni'l hook i, orntnif n r or pliin, aNo to the mliiiit of
b.H)l.ii, lm.ik,miii-', etc, particul r nttnutinn will bt pnid.
Ordt r fr iin t'ounlv Oi)Utra aniotlnrr itt a dulunce willlit
attended tn wiib promplntby uddrnsiinc.
The Highest Market I'rico always
Paid k'ut tlio Waruliouso," fur
Wheat, Rye, Com and Oats.
When Farmer3 brinf their Ornin to
Market, they will always find us on
hand with tho "Documents."
OtVG US Cfttt.
BILL & OSBORN.
July 80, 1S5S.
jriKS. i. n. rr.i:i:so.,
Fasiiiunaui.b MiLUNnr. & Mantua
M akkr, . , .
TAKRttii.mnttiod nfinfornilnr; tlie l.mlle. nfTlliln and
Tit'initv.al.o Ore. M'ik.ri nla, limning town., tlint .tie
i.e.latili.hed a. a hrnn-ll nt iMail-uiie lleuinrr.t'. mpori
nm of Ka.lnon, 1375 Mro-iilwav.l an,l Ita. io.l received a
jileniliil ...ortmimt of Pattern. I'ur L3lie' i!ret.e.,bl.qne.,
clonki, .leave., etu.; alio I'atlonil lt,r I 'liil.lren'. tin1....,
Aliron.ntnl .a.-k., in ffr.nt variety. Blie i. also prepared to
tuttcll .Matt.one tluuiore.l'i
Fiint l'roiiiimn Syatom of Props Cutting.
In ad lition to tliit, .he In. removed her .liopS door, en.t
ortlrfli.' Ilioi'k, i-ornt'r of Perry unit Ji'ff.-r.on trM wlier.
flie It irepure,) 'o lo all kiml. of .Miliinrrr and Mnn'un
makinif, a. Iierotofore, in tlie latent .tyle and on the mo.t
Itheral lerm. . Work warranted to jpv. entire .atu a,atoa.
Titlin, .lannarr 70i, 1:1I. tf
tl. Wcuner and Co.,
Jefluraon St., near Oerintin Catholic
Church. Tiffin, Ohio.
AFtNE.toek .ifiho late.t tvlo. of lliir-ie,,et ..flni.h'sl
la th. Ite.t ininner nnd of tti. ino.l dur itite tnater.al.,
aoa.tniitly on band, and promptly made tn order.
a.1 i7. H. H. VVKN.NKK k CO.
Ilea It it and IlappiiiONst
rOIN(i MKN wlir art anibtriiip from ths rtl'ftiti of ittr
&bua,cftQ Ut ur)ly antl perm it Don tly restored by Using
V. cx xi ix "V itaoi
A Homeily of Groit stitl tjerttiiu Cure.
ThU remedy is pat up In .mall ri alt. and will be tent by mail
toa.y a.hiri-... Atrial will .cli.ry. I .. it tor awvek,
and voo wi'l e.rierieee. a pret benefit. A cm-uhir on
tainiiii; lull oarte-ula.j, ..-nt (la .) oa aijilic.it,on. Price,
per inline, is I. line lioltle w,,l Hint a mouth.
ti. Ii. Tliureiue'ly i. .nititt.l,' teretitier no. Atldreia
K. CKl;oi:lt, M ti. -.1 Ai;ent,
fel.n.r -,4 llriiailwor, N. V.
(Jen ui ne 1'rejHtral ion of
Dr.J ,b Churchill's Cum pun ml Syrup
or the HvrornnsriiiTita or
, LIME, SODA AND POTASH,
A Kt'KCIFIO FOR CONSUMPTION.
neware of a wimllrr cnlhnf hitii.eir ' Kev. t'daard A.
w.i..... ul.n.. .u.-. .... ...-.I.. 1 I... .1.-
Neve Vnrk Poln. 1 in-re I. no Ii per.on a, the "Id-v."
llid M l,,. ' Tl.ai.rele .f lie. iilo ido.tl are .terl.
frau.lule.it llr. t'tn.r liih'. H.-tliedy I. fnr .ale t.v I. L.
tst. Jona fc Co., aad J. V, V ou.iaa, Tutu, '
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Selected Poetry.
A BEAM OF DEVOTION.
BY GEO. P. MORRIS.
I novor ootilil finil a piol rrn.on
Vhy aorrdw tinlii'Mon almulil a'ay,
Anil nil tlio liriilit joya of lilV'a tonaon
Ro drivi'ii t,iili,o,li,l away;
t)ur currj WuuM alio no mor rniotKin,
Wi re wo to onr lot hut r'ij;nn),
Titan ( flilil a tliiMw n into tho ooi an,
Thatli'two scaivo a ttj'plo iH'liiiul.
Tito worl,l lm n apirit of lic-nuly,
AVItioli upon all for tlio U at
An,l. wltil,, it ili-M-lifU-rn ii iluty,
To Vr i,1 'no,' 1 uvea nil tlio tvat;
Th ut. npiril "a lit Ifiitti of ilt-votioti,
V ltii.lt li'lila tia tlini' I i f to ila cloao,
Anil la, likr tlio nun, in tlio ooinn,
Muru iM'aiitiful fur tlinn it roao.
From the Olive Branch.
MY FRIEND JOSHUA;
AND HOW HE CAME TO MARRY.
AND HOW HE CAME TO MARRY. —OR—
THE BASHFUL MAN.
BY M. G. HALPINE.
Di.l 3 0U ever oo a biisliful man, ronil
etl If )ou have, yon lutve leon one of llio
mosi nwkwmd. utigniuly cn'nittri'a nmonf
tho human bipods. Is'ow tlitre may bo
no mot hi it); very Rtlrarlivtt nml iniorostiio;
in the nhrinking timulity of it bliishinn
t;iil, ilu uli 1 confess that I Imvo my
double in rosird (o it, but a Imshful mmi
wlio ovor pities him? Tb')u ;h (ItpiseJ
by on m'X. end laitlu'tl at by the oiIhtj
alwHj e cluing what ho tirvcr ni;.;ht to have
(lotio, nnd sayinLj what ho never inti'iiihul
to any, ho is one of ilia muM piiinbld ob
jociH in fxisionoo.
To bo sute, in theso days of brass rtnii
itssur.-tiiot-, whim evorybotlv 1 1: ink him
self as go id as his nt-iylilior, nnd a rrnt
do:il bnt-r, llioj nrn very r;iro. Rut Mill
they a e 10 . bo niut with occasionally,
thou irt 1 t o yare quirkly ilisappearinir.and
prub.ilily in a fnw jeirn tliure w ill bo no
iraoe ol them loft.
My friend, J isnua Whoat was one of
this unfortunate class of people. I say
was, fop ho has wundnrfully iiiiprnve.il ol
lata years. Hut I will not a uioipiit.
No one ct'tild have Been Johua enter a
room whore there was company, wspnei
ally ladies, witllCiut bainjr aware of lhi
peculi'tii!y of his. lie gonci-nlly either
blutidered alonjr louking red and foolish,
or shot liuriiedly in, w-.th a whilo soared
face hiding himself a ioou a - possible
from ubrvaiioti behind a door, or in a
corner. If there was a chair op stool
anywhere in the room, which was very
npt to be the chho, he nonerally managed
to stumble over .1'-. which was nut at all
calculated to increase his self -possession,
oradd to the grace of his entrance. If a
pretty girl puke to him, he stammered
and turned all sorts of colors, took in;; ns
rrl yTitcnea Una (Warned as iriio had been
convicted of sheep stealing.
Poor Jo-hual there eeruinly never was
a matt who bad ft higher opinion of the
belter part of croitlion. or was more ca-
i 'r .- .i ii e
pable of sppreciutiii!' tho blosoitios of
matrimony yet ho bad reached the age
of twenty-eight without being one s.ep
nearer toward realising them than ho was
sight tears before.
He'had five brothers, hut though none
them had half f his good looks or
they possessed what he did not,
plenty of assurance, and a tact of show-
mg all they did know, and were all mar-
and happily settled in life, while he
remained a forlorn, disconsolate bache-
1 It was not from the want of moans to
support a wife, for he had plenty of this,
world's goods, a wull slocked farm, a nice
new bouse, besides somo mouey in the
bank. It con ainly was not for the want
of girls, for there were scorns of them in
lown where he lived, of all sorts and
black eyed, blue eyed, and grey
eyed, and eyes of no color at all. No.
Joshua Wheat remained unmanied mere-
ly becauoohe had' not the moral courage!
lo look any one of these girls in the luce
and say, "I love you will you'nurry
These words are very simple, and to
the uninitiated very easily spoken; yet I
have known many a man's courage fail
him nl the thought of saying them, who
would have rode into the front of tho
and holiest batlle without the
shadow of fear.
Atlnst all tlie girls of Joshua's acquain-1
tance were married to braver, if not hot-
ter men. All but one, Mary Dearborn,
the prettiest one among th -m all, and as
sensible as sho wa pietty. Mary had
plenty of suitors, but she turned a cold
shoulder to them all, being firmly deter-j
in her own mind that if she mar-1
rind a. nil. sho would have nobouy but
Joshua had taken a great shine to Ma-1
ry ever since they wore children, and
used to go to sohool together in ihe little
red school house on the hill; drawing her
to and from school in the winter on bis
liulo slud, and briuging lit r apples as red
aud shining us her rosy cheeks.
When they grow older, he still exhib-
ited hi" pr"feience for her, though in a
I somewhat different manner. Every Sab-
haih, after moeting was over, he would
himself by the church door toes-
curt her home; ami in the evening, ar
rayed in his "Sunday best," ho might
been seen striking a bee's lino lor
Eiquire Dearbon's. About nine o'clock
the old folks wr.uld go olf to bed, leaving
Joshua and Mary together. And thine
! Ill) Would Sit,
looking straight into the;
' ll 1 e'irCly Uai illg tl niOV OP bri'StllO,
wilh the momentous nn.sliiin trmlilirnr
ou the very tip of his longuo, yet never
I u.. im ..t..u, t,m.. , .,u
loss of hor dress. Inch was nearly min-
i , , . ', ,. ,
d' "J '')
vor to the you collegpf.e. whom she
w',s "u,r Jvf Bl H.oUom of it all.
bl,e r'lu! y d.. mud his pro.furod os-
;?,'rl,ftl 11,0 u.loM llifl e"Binment.Bo
of !" "'K 08 ?f ll05 luv
sense. "'o' '"" "lurf' of atteiuling some
olLKr 1,, l or B A 1,011,0 by ,,,m8ulf
j Two Sundays ssod, and Joshua nev
ried or enmo nt-ar her and on tho Monday
following Mary it on her bonnet and
I shawl and went cvr to his house for the
'ostensible purpose! having a gossip with
old Mrs. Wheat, ?io lived wilh hor son
; hut in reality lo fij out what had buoome
,of her sometime Iter,
Much to her tbappointmeut, Joshua
i ':''4 l homo, hough she saw a coai
ihe ' quickly disapear through an oppo
sizes, ito door as she etoied tho room, which
h shrewdly coiociurod to belong to
After sitting aihile and chatting with
l'e old lady wiihwhoiu she was quite a
favorite, Mary nice to go, saying, as she
did so, "that shouossed sho would go
'cross 'ots, as it w considerably nearer."
' Shu according' pissed out the back
'way. As she ws going through iho
garden she caughtn glimpse of Joshua in
djo ning orchi d, walking disconso
fiercest h.tely among tho toss, laden wilh thoir
; luscious fruit, anclookitig as though ho
hadn't a friund in he world,
j lie marled and olorod as his eye fell
upon Mary. "Wly, Mr. .Wheat," sho
exclaimed, in a toe of surprisa, "who
would have though, of seeing you hero!"
Why, I haven't eon you for an agt!
Have you been sic?" -mined
"Yes no thats, I haven't been very
well lately ," stimmrcd poor Joshua, lonk
Jushua j ing us ii ho had hit! a mind to runaway.
"You don't say to I You are looking
to make you qme comfortable," slm ad
post detl sly ly , "and that is a wifo. What in
, the world is tie reason you don't gel
married, Joshu.?" . . -have
The poor felbw colored clear up to the
tips of his hair. "I I really don't know"
he gasped, "tic-re wont anybody have
leaving it. No nkrer ward the ohj.'c
of hi visit when!" lo, I the house, than
when he enterott .
Things wont or in tlrt way a number
of months, llulit le ts! an event occur
red whioh fjivvn JL l u quite a iart. A
son of Doctor TlaL the village plivsician
came home from;orfe, wh're Yo bail
griittiaiod, it washniJ. with onni'!erb!e
ilir.linclion. Ho it" tall, l ink, Riiuio'.h
faced fellow, withjur more lenrning than
jbraiiiM, mitl more'viv- than eiiher. Hi!
jsaw Mar J in rlttiii i') first Sthln'ti af
ter his return, mil In k groat lancy to
her, and (.ornmoiuj! )'ing her consider
able at lent ion. I i
Youivj Halo hit ij-wnys been Mary's
particular n ersioiiv ' ' hail disliked him
freim hi b,iy!n t.d; she did tint scru
ple to flirt with l ' hit hi, Impin to
arouse Joshua's ji' My. and bring him
lo tho p 'inl.
ll ric.-iii. d to h:u ,ts etl'i ct; for learn
in;; (hat Mr. La rp 1 , ono of his neigh
bors, a thriving f tp' f, iniemled t,) pivti
a prty. and haviiinhtained an inkling,
in Kumo way, tint I
ti rmud hi rival, r
;tt colle 'ii chnv, ai lie I
' 'oil to take his M I-
Mid asked her him
i TV, ho went over
eaily next, morniiJ
Dt li'-hted at thinc'eag of hor niMnmu-
vcr, Mary gave asi ling coin o it. And
at the nppoinlod k much to the eba
oiin of Iho younJ'il'gian, w ho hail in
tended to ni'proprto her ta himsolf, she
went, areomp.-itiiohy Joshua.
Alarniod at tlu'-ir.' possibility of los
ing her, Joshua nvm d like a now nrin;
and inst-ad of m'H'g in tome corner as
W i his wont, lu.Jdiing to speak to her
or anyone else. I.roni'tined by her side
nearly the w holu veiling, soarooly (ltiil
ting her fiilo fr Iniomont, and iheti on
Iv when she ieij'Klm.1 him ti bring her
:k, mil loficsLmeiil
Mr. Halo, who'-d viewed Joshua's at
lentions lo Mary ith a jealous eye, heard
this rvques , nij being Well aware of
Joshua's blumUug propensities, very
maliciously pW stool in liis way.
Pretty soon J.)lil came back, and in
stead of walkiiirai-ound thosiool, us any
body elsu woiil'have dotio, ho siunihh d
over it, and spiling lull lotigili upon
tho floor, b.iidutbe contents of 1 is hnnds
which consist nf a cup of joUVo, and a
plate hcHjietl Ith iloulinuls, pur.tpkin
pie, tud vatio 'other ealublos directly :n
M.sry'a lap. j
This unt'jtiitotl feat produced quite a
soii-ation. A(y sot up a loud soreiim,
and i ho rest the company rushed to
ward her lo s w'jat was the mailer, and
it war some li, a,fre order was resior
etl. - .
When the lumli had, in a moasure,
subsided, Mary hked around for the un
luck) cause ol itiut ho was no whore to
be found. Moijod at the rodiuulous
li;itro he cut, ami he merriment of thoso
wlio witnessed it 0 bad rushed from the
house, and noverllopped or slacked his
speed until l o halreachi'tl tiis own room
and boiled lliedtir, firmly resolving, as
tftrt sn; tnat "npi-ouTd np.vuc.!sij't nk or
even look at a yi aain, so long us ho
lived. . j
Poor Mary waitiiich moro annoyed at
T i I ... i .1 1.
pale, said Mary, iviih nn appearance of
great sympathy, ghncing mischievously!
at his flue, witch was growing redder
every moment, md vhich corVdnly show-
! ed no signs of ll health,
"What a beaitiful situation you hr.ve,"
she resumed, ater a pause, looking ad-
miringly arouuf on the well cullivuli.'d
farm. "Tlcire s only one thing wanting
"r iddlns'it k's end! was tho lau''lnng
i know neiier titan Unit! mere
Are llh-iilv tlmt itolthl. if Vim would rinlv
luke tho Uuubla 10 ask them. I know of
onr-, nt h ast," sho added in a lower lone
"N'o, but really do you?" inquireti
Joshua eagerly. "Who can it ho?"
This was rather loo nmch, anil grow
ing indignant at either his stupidity r
nan! of courage lo take a lvant.u'n i f t ho
i j ottuuity she gave him, khe ruuaim d
"What ft singular hvling apple that is
that you have in your hand," sho remnik
etl at list, hroaknig t.'.o ctnlurrassing si
lence that fillowi tl
"Yes." ic'.unlcd Joshua. "It i a new
kind thtt I gtaftod last year, and lh on
ly on that came lo perfection. Wonl
you have it. Mm Mary?" ho added, look
ing at her timidly.
Will I hive you. Joshua? Of cowt I
will," said Maiy, with iho most Innocent
Jo-hu.. was thunderstruck, scarrelf
d u ing to behove his curs. "Are you in
earnest, Mary?" he inquired, looking mux
iottsly into her face.
'To he sure I am," site rettirnt il.l ttih
in;; and coloring. "And wo will be mar
ried next. Christ mas."
I'nah'o to contain him'df, Joshua im
mediately threw his ni ins aiojnd Mary,
ni.tl ralili.'d tho bargain with a hearty kiss
at which p l Tormnnco M iry nianiloMeil
not the slii'hli'st objection or displensure.
On the iolltiwing Chiislmas iln ie Was
a nierrv wedding at Esq. Doaibon's n(
which ntir friends, Joshfia and Mary, wen.
the i lii.'f actors.
Anil now, the Maid, dignified looking
man, w ho walks into church with such nn
important air, wilh his wile on ono side,
and little boy on tho clher, Would hardly
bo recognize I as lh t hlundcii'tg, awk-
walk fellow, Joshua Wheal.
Democratic and Republican Vigilance.
On Wednesday wo gave to Our readers
documentary proof.ihe aut horny of which
ias not been, antl cannot he ruccossluhy
domed, of the following fads:
That Moseia, Morg tn, Edgeiton and nil
tho Democratic executive ollicers of the
State knew, as early as November, IBS I,
that there was a deficit in tho Treasury
of over half a million of dollars.
That, nt tho very time, when Auditor
Morgan reported lo the - l.ogislalnro that
there was u balance in iho Treasury l
!$5H4,G"0, he was illegally converting tin;
iSinkinir l'ttiid, Bel ntuirt fur the redomp-
lion ot iho tiinte 'lebt, into money to pay
the Janun'y interest, amounting lolSlii;)
183. being loss bv $1"I, tJ, than he
stains was it) the Treasury.
That, during the whole of lireslin s
lust term of ollice, whilo Auditor Morgan
was olTicially reporting the Treanury to
bo oveiflowiug, and when the balance
could not have been, honestly , at any .im
below half a million, the payments of in
intorost on the public debt wcro only
ma le by tho most desperate "shinning,"
by the illegal uso of funds required, by
law to bt held sacred for the redemption
of tho fsiato bon is, snd by various other
disgiaoeful ' iiiiunc'ml make-shifts, hII of
which were for ihe dishonest purpose of
conce urn"1 ft lint iiiA tjil nnd plunder
ed peoplo iho fact that I hero w as mf otinr
mous dofulctition in tho S:ate Treasury.
That during nil thoso trembles the re
ports of the Treasurer, Autlitoi antl Fund
Commission!. is coiiaianlly concealed them
from 'ho poupl !, and ftaudtihintly repre
sented the liiinnc.ial alhiirs of llio tHalo as
in the most prosperous coudilion.
We have also shown in a previous ar
ticle thai. Uuv. Mcdill.was truilty of a
gross aud criminal neglect of duty iu al
lowing neatly half of Dreslin's second
term of ollicu to expire, without exacting
from him ih ollioial bond.'
Thus all of the Dt mocratio S.'aie offi
cers of the ii.liiiini.-ti .ration preceding the
Heiiulil can administration of luuh, bo
tr.tved their trusts, and violated their of
ficial obligations in the most shameless
manner. (Jul this is not all.
Governor Modill and Auditor Morgan
knowing Diesliu's guilt ihe hitter cer
tainly, ami the former probably allow
ed themselves to be renominated upon the
samo ticket wilh the defaulter, and used
thuir umiost exertions to secure thoirown
and his election.
We now come to the period of Kepub
liean ascendancy, and mark ihe contrast!
In Juno 1057, T reasurer Gibson announc
ed to Auditor Wright his inability lo
meel the July interest. Two years pre
viously, the same announcement wat
nmdo by Treasurer Hreslin to Auditor
Morgan. What did Morgan do? Ho at
once proceeded .o cot'fr tip tlie defalcation
by forwarding to E Igerlon the securities
which ho held as Fund Commissioner
for the redemption of ihe public debt for
hypothecation lo rtiso money to meet iho
interest. Now compare this wilh the
course of Auditor Wright under similar
circtims ances. The latter, at the earli
est possible niomont, informed Uovernor
Chase of Gibson's disclosure. Tlio Ro
man fi-mnoss of Gov. Chase never was
moro conspicuously displayed than on
that trying occasion. Mr. Gibson was a
political irientl, an associaio in mo s'lmm
isti alion of the Slate government, nnd up
on him the blow was lo fall. Yet the arm
of the Exec jtive did not flinch, for it was
nervotl by duty. The Attorney General
was summoned without delay from Cin
cinnati, and A meeting of the Fund Com
missioners was promptly called to provide
for Iho semi-annual payment of the inter
est closo at hand. Meanwhile the G .v
ernor d-imandetl and roeived from Mr.
Gibson the keys of the Tres- ury, which
he retained until after the resignation of
the latter, and the uppointmenl and du
qualification of Ills sttooessor. A com
mission was at once an. oinletl to make
careful inventory of the cash and assets
in tho Tivasurv. and another commission
was appointed lo examine antl "report the
faois co nectod with the Oi lsicat ion.
ThobO acts were all dono promptly, open-
).- .,,.t.. :,t .. .
. . ...... v concealment, evasion or
Hesitation. iSo petty cop.ideralions of
.my sio. ii in llio way of the II -.publican
cnaie mm it, as tlioy I a,l iood in th
wnyoi tin ir I'emorralio prodoeossors.
We ask iho poop!,, of Ohio to look at
mo lonvonig (acts, w hit 1 nre ealahlishetl
beyond cavil or controvrsy, and then
j'ldge as helween the Democistio and
the Itepuliln an Mate (, fleers, which have
lioen (lie fai'hful. an I which tho ¬
A Free Labor Organ at St. Joseph.
A new daily antl weekly journal ia -bout
lo bo started nt tn. Joseph, Mo., as
the orgau.of the t'no Labor party in
Western MUfouri. lis i.ame will ho
"The St. Joseph P. i mill lit an," mo I it is
to he published hv M( leers Pi' ill. .1
tittAM'. Tho junior member of tho firm.
Mr. E. H. Gtaxt, is now in this city, on
business connected w ith this rnteipi i-.e,
and wo trust ho will bo favorable uvo:v
d by our business moii, an 1 others on
whom ho may call. Advertisers will
I! nd the K puhli cm a v.i!-:b!' medium
for giving publicity to their business in
a largo section of country, now rapidly
grow in t; in importance.
The Free I.nlior movement is triinin:'
ground in Western Missouri, as ono of
iho results of ihe huge piee State emi
gration lo Kansas, As the p.uii hur of
slaves there ts comparative ly small, ami
steadily diminishing, a goctl Ii. Id, t hotuHi
one requiting cotnage in those who en
ter upon it, ami at hist, some degree of
external support, as well as sympathy,
would seem to be opened for such an en
terprise as Messors. ISusski.l it Iirant are
undertaking. We wish thcni much suc
Ohio School Library Books in
fspeakii.'J of iht so books, which tho
I A pploliois have cotitrncicd to furnish
(to the School ('oinniiBnioiior of (his Mate,
tho Tribune thus desciibes their apptar
. anceHt.tl iitiiiihor;
All tho freo space on the floor of ihe
immense sales-room at Appletou's, is now
occupied by great musses of these books
piled solidly lika hiiiks, ready for pack
ing nnd shipment. In hulk, they mi ni-
tire over 2; solid cords, antl llicy weigli
7S tuns Piled on end, on a shelf, in
iho u uial manner, and as closo together
as possih'o, ihoy would extend from the
Citv Hall lo Union nnaro, or a dietauco
of two miles. We understand that Mes
sors. Applo'on have mado anangnmonts
to transport the onliro lot by a spocinl
freight train, to bs run straight through
from this city to Columbus. Tho bind
ing, which is uniform, is beautiful nnd
suhst ar tinl. Ench volume is lettered on
the back, wilh the title of the book, au
thor's name, nnd tho mat k of the "Ohio
ri. Library, lM!)." The suloolions have
been math) exclusively by tho Corcmia
sioner, to whom grout credit is duo for
the intolli-ont and judicious nrinner in
which bo has discharged no important a
The Next Census.
Provision wits made in the Civil appro
priation bill at the hue session of Con
gress for iho preliminary arrangements
for taking the Cih Census under the ex
isting law. The President will no doubt
soon appoint a Stipst intondant for the
work. The Seorotary of tho Interior will
follow tho plan of the Census in reference
to statistics, unless Congress order oth
erwiso. The apportionment of Iinpreseii
talivos, it will be recollected, is fixod by
existing law. The number of members
of the House was fixed al 3JJ, nllowii.g
additional epresenthlives for now States.
Tho present number of Unpresontiitivos
is 2:17. The addition of so large a puin
her makes tho moving of Iho tlosks from
the Keprcseutntivos' Hall a judicious and
almost necessary chango for their accom
modation; and if its adoption now had
not been deemed desirable on other
grounds, it would have been likoly to fol
low to meet the demands of the new ap
EttlllT ClllLnllE.1 AT A HlMTII. Ahnut
two months since, the wife of Jacob Ab
bott, in Golcondu, 0, W presented her
husband with eL'ht pledges of affection
nl otio birth. T heso children survived
until B'X weeks old, when two of them
sickened and died. The remaining six
are still living, nnd thriving finnly. Tho
wholo eight wcro very small specimens
of humanity when ushered into the wnrl I,
as might Imvo been, expected. This
suit 'incut is liter ill v true. It is vouched
for by numb'ir of respectable witnesses,
who saw tho children, lluitun llrrald.
JtirWe learn from Hon. J. C. Turk,
of Dakota City, that a Jul tor has been re
ceived in that piano Irom Arthur 1 ier,
datod Aurarn, Feb. 10th, which contains
news not at all encouraging to thoso w ho
think of going to tho mines. He writes
that if there is gold there in paying quan
tities, that he hat noon unable to lnul it,
anil ho cannot find any one who has been
able to make il nay at mining. Ho con
cludes his letter by a Ivising his friend
not to start for the trold region until they
hear more favorable and fully reliable
Rows. The effeet of this letter has boon
lo reduce tho trol l fever in the vicinity
of Daootuh. iioiix OVy r.oyle, VJtn.
Washington, March 31. Tho Admin
1st ration i now nersiiatled that Sir Gore
Ousley has acted in bad faith in regard
touentral American matters. .m minu
lion was ever signilied ol mcorpotaling
tho clause in the Hrilish treaty, which
icsra"ua has inserted in ours with re
garil to the expulsion of filhbustt rs, nml
that condition will never ba accepted
h.. re. The President is inclined to f;
back on the Clavion-Uulwer treaty, and
en the transit at all luir.irds,
THE Tii-TIN TniLLWE
Iar'il'ii.lie.loaPdiiaycf fcU usult, a-,.l far
nislicj to luhfori' ort nt
i,ot Trp Anaam.
HTtj mail iilioril,e,i,r,fircoH, of tl,e at. at
is remitted wl,.n the pepof la p f0, in a.lt.ro. .
U TA fiiilme to noiify a ,K.. rr,:i,r. at Ir,
'ml of th time p.iij for, trill ,,,M.,cd ,
no pnci-t-m. tit.
The.e torn,, will l,r., i, ;,.tiT .erre,l,ard n
paper .ill I,. d:-iei.:tt.u.,J nntil .rr.sia,, are
paid, ptoopt at the option of Hie pvl,i;.,.
11 rSulisorihrrs ninnipeofr. nn.J not Mttlr.r.e
lrni,i.r. will be entitled to. antl eo'.,.l..
lietl ce-tiiio.ile of tlieir .1! .In no.l.
The Pa-siTKNTUiir. Mr Andrews of
Auglsizo has inirorlcod jr, t)-,0 House
hill "to repeal the Acf providin" for t!,0
'ppointmeiit of nhicorsin the Ohio Teni
'eniiaty. and cil or purpn,, s, ps is. d April
r.th, 1$',C, ami Hie in is pa.i-: April 15,
IC'l . and A) i 11 Ii), I-s.it. no, I (I.e. .......
iy-lhiril section of the act raised Fehrna-
ii. i. .i.i, ur-on tlie t-a : e siitii-r t." Tha
"Ih'Ct of this bill is virtllallv Inalinliah
iho penitentiary, but it is understood I hut
it is to bo follow ed l,y nnotlo r hill, (I e
ihj.-eis of which will bo to revive the nn
.nttitutiotuill iw of last winter. 5fof
Henry Halhm. the historian, died In
London on the 1 v't.
In PoiKb Carol! nt n t a sinirlo divorce
has ever boon obtained.
Accounts from the Ariz.inin silvor mines
are not very f-ivorsblo.
Dickons had refused 310,lK0 to lec
ture one year in this Counttr.
A library is now oponed in Uoslon. ex
pressly for the uso of ladies.
The Mayor of Dahimore has vetoed a
city passenger railroad bill.
A Romnn Catholio College is about to
bo eroded in Svracuso, N. Y.
Michigan threatens startimr some SO
new banks under a Genera) law.
There aro 3.1 more convicts In iho Ohio
Fonnitenliary than there aro cells.
Six ladies have started for Pike's Peak
gold mines from St. Joseph, Mo.
Mrs Fanny Komblethinks He-mry Ward
thtechor's vocation is the stago.
Three attempts nt suicide In ono dr.y
aro noticed in the Cincinnati papers.
The first insurance office in Now Eng
land was established at Dot-ton In 171.
The Canadians aro building a rail road
for freight to supeisede tho Wtllitnd Ca
nal, The pench orchards near Cincinnati
promise an abundant yield Iho present
It is repented that another cargo oftiOO
si ives has been landed on tho const of
Florida. ' . .
The editor of the London Time re
ceives tho same salary as tho President
of the U. 13. . , .
There woro over "00 persons burnt to
death in the city of Londou during tho
liornard S. ?choonover, of Pa., is on-
pointed agent for tho Indians on tho Up
per Missouri. f '
Ab 11 to crento a permanent town school
library fund has passed the Legislature
of W isconsin. i . -.
Tho journeymen cabinot-mnkcrs in
Cincinnati,' are on a strike for wage.-, num
ber nearly 000 men. '
Mr. W. C. ' Mncrcady, tho trsgedi'.r. i
now conducting a school at Sherborne,
Ti e Camanches have killed loverftl
families in Denton county, Texas, and
run ofl' their stock,
Senator Yulee, who has been very ill
sineo tho adjournment of Congress, is
now convalc scont.
A Ii re at Juliet. 111., on the 25th. destroy
ed five stores, involving a loss of 23,000
Advicos from Fort Yuma give very
discouraging accounts of the gold gather
ings in that vicinity.
Tho weather has boon-colder in Wes
tern Texas during the past winter than
for fifteen years beforo.
Hobt. Pnrnott, of Lincoln county. Kf .,
recently manumitted ti slaves, refusing
an offer of 10,000.
The project of dividing the State of
California has born again brought for
ward in its Legislature.
There aro now in Canada 20 daily pa-
pcrs, 155 weekly, and C'l issued tti-week-ly,
making a total of 2 J'J.
Kendall Godwin, a resident of Frank
lin township, N. Y., died on the iJlat
ult. at tlie age of 1 10 years.
Tho Land Ollice situated at Punhanan,
Minn., has been ordered lo be removed to
Portland, same Suite.
Both the Camanches and Apaches were
committing depredations ou tho mail Com-
puny all along the route.
The School of Design, attached to the
maryland Institute nt Baltimore is very
prosperous. It has 013 pupils.
Mr. Karey has boon cngagod, for S5,
000, to impart to fifty men in (he I ritibh
cavlry his system of horsetaming.
The Mavor of Beading, Pa., has order
ed the police lo arrest ell minors found
hanging about bar-rootus iu the evening.
Tho Ponobtcot Indians aro trying to
raiso a salary of '25 a year for their gov
ernor, by Iho aid of the Maine Legisla
M. Everett has engagod to deliver his
oration on Franklin in Baltimore, for the
benefit of the Union Protestant inlitnajy.
The Treasurer's weekly sial-ment shows
a net balance in the Treasury of S7.U0U,.
000. Tho receipts of the week w ore 51,
013.000. TrJ. B. Marshall, of the Columbus
Fact, and reporter lo the Situate, propos
es to publish a now we. klv p iper in Col
umbus to be called the Peo'Wi Pre.
It is to be devoted lo "Sic: hen A. Poug-
lis as its rirst choite f-r President.'1
sledding it will prove, wo
ITTliB question "Why printers JM net r-itor
coed aa veil as brewers?" as thus aiiaerv.l:
'I'eoaiisa printers woik for t'nu head, and brew
ers for Hie at. in jeli ; ami ahere t t my nisii have
touiacLs, but oiia hus buim,'