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October 10, 1876.
IMPOUTAVT XOT1CK The subscriber
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J (Formerly the Bweger House,)
MA IX BT11EET,
. NEW BLOOMFIELI). PERRY CO., PA.
JOS. 8. SMITH, - - Proprietor.
Having good accommodations for regular or
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JHE MANSION HOUSE,
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This well-known hotel has lately been enlarged,
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FAIRBANKS & EWINGr.
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X teuA calling upon them w ith a supply of good
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Convenient to all places of amusement and car
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Col. Watson. proprietor of the Hexrt Horsx.
Ciuclnnitti for tlie past twenty years, and present
proprietor, has leased the house for a term nf
years, and bas newly furnished and lilted It
throughout. I!e will keep a strictly first-class
house, mid has accommodation for 300 guests.-
Terms VI per day.
- No Bar has ever been kept In the TIENRY
House, nor wilt any be kept at the PEA
ffti If rrrfil I I It "''MrnfS' fw'vV
IfW'-M.xun'swtt i ivi i: ii,i.'rrs
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Ccvl li"S. rituhi, trourliitu It all Srrolnltins )r "".I
VtA IV fnrilriinrllfnrOiii'y;
I fin. n-fript
m i ii i in in 1
Wanted Equal Terms.
Ills related of Jr. (lutlitle that one
day, wlilte tiinkilifi iiaroelilid visits, lie
came to tlie door of un Irish papist, who
wits determined tlmt the doctor should
not enter his house. " A'ou can't come
In here," he snld. " ""You're" not tiecdod
" My friend," said the doidor, " 1 tun
only visiting round my parish to le
coiiieite(iiiilnted with my people, nnd
have called on you only a o parish
loner." "lt(lint nmtter," snld 1'itddy ; "yer
shan't come lu here." And with that,
lifting the poker, he snld, " If you come
In here I'll knock you down."
Most t'neii would have retired, or tried
to reason. The doctor did neither; hut
drawing himself up to his full height,
nnd looking Ihe Irishman fair In the
face, he said, " Come now; that's too
Imd. Would you strike a man unarmed V
llinul me the tongs, and then we shall
he on cijual terms.''
l'lie mint looked nt Mm for a while in
great amazement, and then said, " Oeh,
sure yer a qitnre man for a minister.
Come inside." And feeling rather
ashamed of his conduct, he laid down
The doctor entered, a nd talked, (is he
could so well do, in a way both so enter- '
tainlng and so Instructive ns to win the
admiration of the mini ; so that, when
he arose to go, Paddy shook his hand
warmly, and snld, lie sure, Bir, don't
pass my door w ithout giving me a call."
Wanted a littlo Joke.
A chap who enjoyed a good joke ex
pected he would have one, (Jetting on
a street car, he sat down besides n big-
listed man and remarked:
lI don't suppose you object to riding
beside a small-pox puticnt, do you VI -
'Not In the leastreplied the big man,
'but as some of the other passengers may
I shall have you out 1'
TliereujKin he took the Jokei by the
collar and leg, carried him to the plat
form, an shot him fur out into a big
Minister (porteiitlously): "Jamcv
this is a very dreadful tiling ! You have
heard there Is a bank tiote missing from
the box V
James (the sexton, who is strongly
suspected) '"Deed, sir, so they were
Minister (solemnly): "James, you atifl
I alone had access to that box."
James: "It's just as ye say, sir; It
must lie between us twa. An' the best
way '11 be, you to puy the one half, an'
I'll pay tlie tither, an' say na' mair
A woman asked a colored patriarch
if flie sight of a mince pie didn't inuke
his mouth water. He replied ;. "Jar
wu a time wiien it did. In doze good
old days oh long ago, 'when dey built
minoe pies otit'n meat, apples, brandy
un' spices, dar wit:s a successive hank
ering to git up clus to a mince pie. Hut
In dese days, when dey erect sich pies
out'u de fust grix.le an' de fust upples
an' de fust picking dnt come .handy, nail
on de top crust, nnd scollope de edges
wid ilar false teeth, why, I'ze gwine to
stan' un' stan' roun', an' tukedecliiui es
on flndiu' a coeoonutin de gutter."
JT An organ was sometime ago intro
duced in a parish church in the north
of Bcotlund, and some of the members
took offence and left. One of thene soon
after met another member, and inquired
"boo tlie organ was got tin' on?" ''O,
line," was tlie answer. "Jist blawin'
awa' tlie chufT an' kcepiu' the corn."
.... . -
figr" A New York school master toM h
young miss that the word 'obligatory'
meant binding, whereupon she laid her
head upon her hand and, ufter a brief
cogitation, handed the teacher this sen
tence: 'The obligatory of my spclliti;.'
book is worn out.' He fainted.
"Why is it that everylsxly in Tex
as thinks it necessary to carry one or
two revolvers?" "Well, stranger.''
said the Texan, "you mought truvtl
round here a good longtime und not
want a weapon, iiut w lu ll you do want it
pistol in this country you want it IkuI."
6 There is a paragraph going the
rounds about a iatby U-ing sent a longdis
tance by express. Hut .we should y
that it Is all right. The baby couldn't,
talk, and so, of course, could not express
tf iT A Kentucky magistrate closed a
dispute iH'tween two law vers and the
court lit the following terms: "If tlie
court is right and she think she air
why, then, you are wrong, and she
knows you is. Hiutup!''