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TMBKli H. MANCItKSTKK, VERMONT, THURSDAY MORXINYi, MARCH VOLUMK XI. The MaiiHhMit 4Mirnal. - . , ... - f K IU-HJU IWfcT THI li-i Al W..r1vn.S Ii V I), k. M)lo.Vlis, . i v-.r H ifiurMriK. t J la at .4 Crt i, - - 1.. j a .. . .. i I,.!.. an ml, ifa,.4 l a.a.. ' t.UNlNF.SH HIIiKCTOItY Amftr aso vH'yrui at j aw, Off. Ifct t .'dot tof, ' Mscritar, JHKT.il 4 Ml"," Atio-wrr ami cwhiok) at law V, Hi A-nrl M-aa. Kwrlii.f, . M K HW1,KR, ITukStt it t.t, F-r a! f.,!ii,i A t, i.fttlxl l-if Il..Ua t-l. l.l 4 -lU- ll r I .t N. I ik liru .i. Mini, ! inr, k tta..t. ii. UU AI;I). Arrmiv amk m nh ix.h aTI-aw. I I'M I'.muI ... . V.pj.t . I , M J l V r I , AiniisM r i. a. I.UltMKl, Viui tut. t k, I1AI( IIH.IkH, AtTOIltrVAVI'OH N-I1I.KH AT l.W. Allihg'i ti. V(, wArrnUN a in i u, AlMliMV AS J ml Nul I.IJ lUH Al I.AVV. vitil J4i-ilr M CIiaihi)', Jm. , V(, Jul I. . I'. A K Kit. AtiD rl 'miiw1li-r l Ij, 'l ftlicii-r In luin'i ir liflrfjia I slnu IHo . VtMi' tin" I'ri'nl, iiul.tbil, Vuruuitil. '.Ilf U II. IIIMKNWAV, M. I'., Uih-Im ti r, I' HTHICIAS A N l M II II U K O N, (iffi. al rMi li-m-, Miin Slrpd. um. H. HWIIT. U K T ' M T' ! ( ot.lu lb Ma.le IUII, Mn.Ji(.l. r Vt. , liiua(h. 1;:H '. -. , a M tl.K(J, M. I)., . f. ft. EXAMINING M IUiKON F()it IXTAI.U'H PM-kimM, Aiu) Pr-.-lH'init flijdlrt.tl.. j Alao, agent for ffadaaorth'a lmiwJ Ttti. tlflc at ibe f rand m of l'r. 0i. I.. AllM i Factor t Folut, Vt. I. M'K.U:V, . ll , I' II V H I (' I A N A H C II (i K 0 N , Ailnitjl'i-. 4 Jl Vermont. w. b . 1'iut.i.irs. i i. Ailni0.o, Vi-tuimil. IHTSIClAN AMI ht'ltOKON. Ofhcf at Knitlrnr. L . C . O U V I 8 , . , Wbolrwla ami llelall Pcai. r in likKW, MCOICIN-K, FANCY GOoDH, . , Coiner of Mala A t'uloB SlneU, MaacbMtor, I :.! I Vrmout. ii . h . h a n n , , r. . i. m , j I. ISiJflttXrK AOHSt Y, i , br and A.cUuilal. ' j (iKNF.ItAl, Firo, AMMtakHk , Vi..l. . A il lu Vermont utnl too luwurajtoil Io. 1 ''' ' ' I,. II, I'D!, In XI IX AMI S'Kllj. tv4., t.t.7 a.l J-iry. - h. :hiiiai A.. Vf.n.ln.l.r Vt o. lUH.f. mam r(Tt nr.ii of ikwiri am wihv' M. ai-r, ti if l'ftiiklr aUaniin p-l Ui II p.n v. ! J. V., WATFRHOXHK A til U.ualat'iHiri , I . . . , ,, . ,,. . r, ,, n . tv u n 1 I bMT HHIBlJ ANK tirtAWRtH' Fai'tnty I'oial, Vini-Mil. 'ly O. A Wlt.RINMiN PHOTO ti It A r It F R F-QUNf I'auit, . Ro.4n.alAtam.li.il. VtimubU 411,8 , I. V.. OR AVI., " 1. 1 C ! S K 1 ACtTIOr?rH F.at ArttnttAit, 'Vt. . -,.I)VY1I) ARNOLD, B . W . M A F F u It l. . Italer in Mnnf.ni.T of ; l"y (i'-"', 'Minna-, (irncpii..., l'riii .., , Hat.. Caii, liHiia and sii.K-a, . ( -r, Ilar,twr, l.-ruita. Mi.l-n.to. A.-. j I KKC, KllMON T. j 1 r.Uiw iMMhaUt ttUHi. tl .M1.I.KI., Vi . n,.,K. , , ,i,, wttl u d. li,...l . t . - - - ' MaaaluMaw- .1 n atttauntwl. t il. ioti I I.IU.I.Y HTADI.t, - -- - ! . 4 i , x, Missus. ..JAIIHLK WOUKS, ; lUMti-xawr, ...... Il , M4 J rr1s fun t.l.1 io ab.irt i,.it' M T ImliSK T, IT abd at iru,itk tarrma. tVf , - - ; I . Jl . COLLINS ' t IU-tAlft F.oi.lnr and I...-t m .1 knota of Amncn JraVr In ' ktarUi, Atwriniorliljt. TaliU l'Hf, teflita-rv i OOOOE (JBOCllllltS,' Work, 4r. i(i.n.ai l.wtrKtntL d)l?ij l. al Kb-e, H-'.;, , HI. t k a r h a r . . iaowd'lii. V l aw. u nKITU. iijtY u..oiw, f.K-x'xnirH, nit-R, Har4krw, -it.. Mw, a, lku 4 .., ", .w-.d 1-a.Vw - . , I tw-wra Ma-linaww, A.-., - ; kllf it " ldwJrfT, At. I - - ' u , u i i i r II . Ii. ll,Aa. icial as4 . J. J. Hnwy.i , , HA&SKgft xi.ru ? i 1 faM .Sueiii-i Va4 I tTMXIVlis E1KT, " 4 It f fct I t L C t . - No.. J RirtrfW. Tref, Tan tai. I ar-k lw.t,a -4 ftjw-ft. . I. at lid- af tT a-T AwW-'f Awaaaj lMr edit a.Mi ct.tr,. a, . .,. 1 1: v?! -i I ?a . i?i'jTt St v-ft. .-4l.-t.l. .. UM !, ., ..., H,Lh!ui, r.in. - - I K I. X U S I HAL I., .a ti,., r i-.a Tlt t ..". I M jiti t: h-proi. ,. . t -.) h Sr.l flaw, w.wr . -r Iw-ua, -.:r.a ;;.!-, I', a. t i;o n I. , i . t , I I IJ. t II i , miiT DtiiKi, j MMti'ngu-a, It'j) l. I'. tnHSIl HOl'NE, l' i A !(.. It1. Faiia, Vnnimil. a x D i: ii i.i ii (it r i.. Mi mutt. ... iim.i Tin L.wa a.u b -lata tut lb nvt ,,ii"u .( ftiiuiwir boi dr lh fi f Juii ( r. m vii!i.ir. I'npit.t .r. nt Igl'ISOX IfOl'HK, . !'. I I Mt. Kiitti. j.) VIi., I Ve-rniont. ' F. H. OIIVIS, r-tiiif. Ojtrli fltMV iMB lu (X-ltfU-r. T H I E I. M II o r X i: , tnrln 'i 1 - Vt'thKMit. t !iw.h.s r, ohvi,, rii.mii.r. ((. fiiuu Mj to N rml r T ii i; I. a r ii k i. ii o u r , t tUliUllil ) .!. I'l-Kill MollllUlll", II Hill. t (if tlx Sl'iniil.in II mm., yt.lii J I.. W llt'IT, Tropriit .r. II A ll l W K 1- 1- II O f H K lir J. W. ( KtiitTi. (tnini.il. lllljj Vt-itmiuT. wivuham ioi rv liuirii;, Kajdl'eirillr, Vfllllnlit. T, HriiM., . Proprietor. I'iiitit f ir Hummer M-nnlm. irm n wnlil(. Sul.vl.i A 111,1 NUT ON II O U H F. . ; V llM-n itTi, I'rupiH lor. ! Arlington, Vrrwout. ly j W A 8 II t S O T U S U O T K I, t (.Kit. W. I'.AKI'It IV.pii. U.r, ' I'oimI, Vermont. ; (ioi il tcrtiniBiiidmtioiHi for nuiiiii r b-iardri ; . ftt it-Aitoliatiif ptlia. - ti-l3 1 "is : liltOMLKV HuTHK, V) (iea K p.-ra. Vfim-nl. .... 'J tuna Mudnml. Nice liixiiiia fur hiiiumcr lioanl.ra. k. If. Orvi., Kqiihwi IMi.'iT,' lUc,,..i,.r, Vt. Ool.l.ll.CoM.ur, rc-y I'oiut, Vt. r A..lylSi j O I, II HOMINY II U U 8 E, t'iia Ulmi'l, KTKI'll S I'- CONKI.IN, . - . Propnutor Hpten.liil Acromuiodtttiotia for Famitira. Kitia llra.iriK ri Air. (ioml hailiuif, lulling, (inn- ' iiii.k, (itean ami Hlill llallmiK. Hi'. ' e-Fnar Trama I'aily from NfW Y'ork by Hoiuh j ' hi.ie Ilailroa.1. Ilvl.it : JACOllS, 1 li r in ' I. vi . i i i:mui:oiiiki:iks, i lilCK.SS TlilM.MISdS AM) i a 11 arliclca uaually krpl ii) a i FANCY (iisips SToHK. ' Hob ii by mail promptly attrmled to. llfiinnigUin, VI., Feb- 15th, 1S7J, SVilylSx 1 . II 0 I. T O N , iH-alrria DRY (100H8, 01!iH.EItIFit, CItOCKEltY, i , Hardware, HaU, Caps, lioota and 8bo. Ac., umby Coru..ra. Vraiont. 4..IjHiU J . L A N I) I) N , ' m.ai.ib Head v-Faile l!M)ts and Shoes. Ijibia' ami (Irnt'n, lmp and (bililrf n'., o all: ' mjUrt and Umlitiea, and ilill, ii'ui niaiiiif.i'Uirr. i All wok wferr.Mi'.i, and made Rod. AI"U Rubber Podia, Over Coatt, Over Mioca. lll, - rmill. N. 11. I I i I ilfi.1 Hi In IhoO D.ailr to onbo. 'illlU W I I. I. I A M I' A I TON. N .. vs. pai, irj Main H tt t, i ponncl.l. M.-k.i lr,i t: , Imtmttbr aud Jobtii of 1 N'.TiuNh and fancy 01,01. , Clork. IV(uiiitiK. liu atli ittit amlallkii dt "' !. AlillliUDUIo.l u.l 1-n.li lii k r. AU ..,-.t. r wilt in.-, t with pn.n.pt tir 4X1VJ101 WILLIAM MOKltlS I'AIMKII, I.UAIM.K AMI t Paper H a 11 g e r. j ord. ia lift at T. t'trkln't ator will rn-cita i ( f t ,ei i all. i.ln. o. j t Man. biiir, Hpt,, 171. iHlylSa JMJ'.tli, IAM1;KR H !. i"F A S, Factory Point, - . Yerinoiit- MaiiD'w. init-1 atx) drakr in fpracf. Hefnlik and Hardwood , , LuiuU-r. tuataaaT 1 mat k Mdar any ik-nJ lBtb ti.t . tl EU'4 fwaupi,f , AJltl (hm bad a Hurt Bor.b el Majankwaaaar tw. j,, iA, W. B. t'FAN, V at - I 1JT71 Frury f'Aul, V. rnn.t il)Jlot , -MJ ... . THF. tIi.4RKMo.VT ... .a, , .... i-OTtMt. S.It, ' Ma -fa tiitvm of Paper aiul PtHik. (& u.ii aari- k, li.a- bu b4 tbn. its estuaif dtpwtiaael abal U) -J ltt, a ra.aiU latiwa. Tt)r .. ar . a r" i. 4nyli -yl'.WINO MACHINES. if j. . . i A !t of idler ftixnl ujkhj the t-nI of IKiH i; W I I P, FAMILY FAVIHIITE,! '''l'r TlU'b r" 0Ul '"Un "uJ"'U lldvcr, in one of the uill tow ns near Ml t! I II 'I "'V, (,l;,iV g k BAE, I... v 1- r . Allnv, . Y ., a fw yctrw go, mi- . ! r4 M(.4iti .Im o j i,lfcr (hem-t iro with throwing Moiies U. A. AHAM-, ; iuto thtf broail trem, et Ticiti with J'a. (i.f V Point, Vermont, ! ZZL:': t:TU'lXu. ! rUge,Mnilt Ver. ni i..n on iii,. auil n i n i (in in f.r ! niotiter, Jirwt Irom tho (Sreeii Hi! In, j K!ildciilj tuade hi a'K;rauce in tlfir mi. 1st, ami fur a while remained a ni- . a Ai.h ha ib Uigct uk ifjt.( derver of their moveiiients. ?rhT i H una u I riiwriv. mod lookinir to ! ruul in titniiinv'tna o.uuir Oil toil tin (CHxla ud ir it i,i (rHv Krv hot I r Itikii i'tt rtti nvt i li-r hrrt-a SiSift jMii:ovi:i) ikioi inc. Iim)( nirt, lnnn Uut ! mj rniirv m Bt'l.i.l nf routine, I tint fwilunl.r t l.ll'p.'l, t il.r I..-H, llnl IT In HI VI IKTHAVfHIxilI.m, .iif.illy tl)jtt, mt' I lliK I IUHU', n a u; lir 1,1 .n ,T, hf Urn tuii 1 lit - .KM.,I', Tliu.' . tlllllR illlu'lktlii'tl -t IW tiiiy.i Ct fitrr, Vt. (il.ti. W ItoUiN' ON. l! uuliftn ft-r, Vt,, F b. 2W. I7. .t.ivtft X. v.. hah r. Wool i ici.pi i lfaily rail in Iti u lou of lli 1,0 pl ' i S.tit'i l.ollit'illili. TV N O.I Vlt'JMIIT to Ir. .Io. k ..I IUtY (ID'.iDS. (IIItiCKItlEH, I'ltdVlHUlNH, A7'- t' t'rfil, Ihii ilirin e it I'lolrihrart. Alno Io lea alix-A of .AM It F-.V.t I'K n.O Til I Ml, IHT.X 'M'.S, Mi&n an I lv nit (hhhIji. (ilov - ami Mho on, laioli. r ami ovcraliofn, lonUlo U .Ii ami Horiw Ill.i.ki'U. AlaO to litis Htoi'k of JKWKI.KV, I UK KS, W ATI IIKS A M'Kl 'l ACI.K. Cliiaaiol alcliia repaiiril. The ainoi; co kIh wiil Im aolil clicap aa at ' plart; olililile ol tin' oitv. N.KHAiir. So l.ii.loini(.rry, V'. Ui t. lsih 1S71. 2i(f3i KOYAN A K AN I) ALL, S.tndgate, - - - Vermont, liavc Jiint I(.(?('iitl a aUH-k of SF.W (il)ODH coiitintliix of a Ure amoilmciil of ItKY UUUhS AM) GROCERIES, ami all nrli.'li a nnnaliy kept in a country atore, wlili h will be miM a cbcp u K'xla of Ilia aanur quality am aolil anywhera. Lumber, Hliinglea anil all kindu ef I'roiliirt tnki'D ill excbaiiKO for irooda. Lumber &. Shingles aluaja uu liaml, wliii h will bilelimrtd at Ar lliifriu or fHiit0lia 1 fl;irci. WItSIO II. A . S A W Y K R (HniTfswir in the Ktationery Diihi nrxa to iMinn Hnwyer A ( o.) WHdl.KHAI.K IlKALI.a IH S T A "110 S E 11 Y , SCHOOL AND III. AN K 1JUOK8, MAItlKS, wiiAri'i.Nii I'Arnits, papeh uags and twines, HWra H'ni'f, Mull-In; Ynuler Xuliout, &c. No. 1 1 Merchants' How, MljaiOi lll'TLAND, YKKMONT. A J. WHITCOMD, . F.at Knpjrt, Vmuiunt, Ntnniu Munufm-luitr of Butter Tubs and Patent Butter Pails, Ointttry Mcrt'lianta and Farnu ra aniiplii-d at VlioVi.4ii, pin-fa. tiie Itolii rUon pjli-nt Hotter Pail Is tin- er) bnat iIiuik oftbe kind in ne lor kerptlitt It liter, bard, Ai .. puf. . ilv nwci'i l At. I. AM) FXAMIVK III., d ir.r. nl 'i I. it ol rnbi. iii i r.o! ' m.d .1 lliiii ri.iablli.l.lii.'til. K,-t lliipcrt, Jnov jib. Ulv21ili (MUKLKS F. ORV1S, .Maini'ii'iurer of all kimla ol F 1 S II I X ( H O I) S . l:, ,.lru,i( du in (lie beat nmiiu.T at abort Mam bl. r, Vt., Jan. l 1H71. S7-ly2ttll NDKEW J. MASON, FA isT DOIUSKT, VEllilONT, a few roda w.-at of '. b Kailroad depot, CAKKIAOK AND WA(iOX MAKRR, New Work made to order. Farlirnlar ail.-lillou paid to IthPAUUS'l. Al.L WoltK WAIillANTKIl. A.li. Oik and banawood l.umlirr Uko in n?l,ng l..r work, it bought forraali. Ft .t I .-t. Feb. fl 1K7'.. 3Sl)J0j JJPBUAKD AND HOPKINS (.nod b- iia-bt fiuiu I). V. W'aikar, tbc JUT IIKIttS'l lifsiXK.sS, 111 r :iiiuu tLe aaui. and u. !!' ll. PatroiiHjfe of the J'uLlic. i.D.b..i.-i' M.i.t. l INTI. 4,ijjKii j WILLIAM BKOWNOX, ,n. v.,of tu I'. W H'; I,) tri'it tut iHf t, Lo V I. ASU M ITTF.SH, j , h,ti .... Ira', at. i ilaiitMr lb-- 'rj bnat fc..au- t tba ptacUtm j of atu. t. a-4 au(.a.iii but tba a-i aa ,- j tui .i.....a i.a wot lu !. tti titruiMii ti.a , W. ...b ' ! r-1 I A. noobb j i llm lFt gVajkct l OrtWa if ta-vi pTu-iplij ai tended to S.ibU'r,(s-i. !ib, .!;2)i ! TAItMi THE -TAW M (.IT. j the other ia the eo.h-nTor to pitch the niii-sile at the fartliCKt ditm-e fr.un the ' O Yankee, anJ waa decent! V clad. The effort (if the little party had leen ex - hihited over and over again, when the atranger quietly picked up half a hrick which lay near him, and -iving it a jerk, it fell iuto the water a lonp wav : , , ,. ,. , , , i Uvond the hue which had as yet lieen reached by the fiiremobt of the crowd At the eoucluion of thin feat a loud bravo went op (rout hall a dozen voice uroillid hilll. olher njilaH ai ie : the I'nhlle ll.ihy i It was a clear day in October, mid tlie there li. men determined not to be outdone, re-; The purenin ol the J'nhlie P.ahy ileein newed their atlempts; but the Ver-1 H 'hi how lii. hui iiioni.m; ll.ey would inonter without raving a cvllable to an v i ""l Uvv a in 1" iv,,,e- ,...,., , , , r". ; Thiil is wliv il tit ii -t j!" oil in public, that one, continued to pitch tht! pehhlcH far i , , , , 1 , , ,. , , " i is w hv it !! taken to all manner ol public into the Rtrcam, which aeenied to annov j . i . , . ., , ' ! pliicex. It li- taken to the theater that ll one of them in a j.. ecu jacket, the p-!, in-crl iu screech Into the llneM or parent leader of Hie gang, who declared ! ,.H.Mral Mraim, or clover nil etl'ccU mid that he wouldn't le leaten by a "feller I miliuicnt t piece by utteiinjj itsda! da ! right straight onto' tho woods, no how' ; in the eiiluiinatiiij; iiioiiient ofihe hi Io-.'n and sidling up to the nlranger, he do- j performance. termitied to make his acquaintance. j Tll father of lh Public Ilahy wears it Where do you come from, neighbor? tiitnired the other. Me? Wal, I hails from Vermont just ; now, my friend. You haven't been in tlieae parta long, I reckon ? Wal, no. Not exactly yere but up arid down, aorter. Y.8 g0 j 'Hp()Hp YaaH, continued the green 'tin, care- b.lvr ,.l,l,in- bio- liilh.i of ..! he . . , . . .. . . . . . , . null iui it, irtci inn iiunu, hum iaiiMt.il ll, several rods from the shorn into the water. Y'ou've a little strength in your arms, neighbor ? Some puiikina in the flippers, strang er. Up in our town, not morc'n a month ago, I drive them are knuckles right Btrut thru a board inore'n a iiincli half thick 1 Haw haw 1 shouted his hearers, the man in the green jacket laughing the loudest. Maybe you don't b'licvo it. Not much, answered tho crowd. We ain't very green down here in Y'ork we ain't, said he in the green jacket. Wal, jest you look yere, friend ; con tinued tho Vermontcr in a plausible manner, up in our country we've a pur ty big river, considering, Inyun River it's called, and may be you'vo hcerd on it. Wal, I hovo a man clear across that river t'other day, and he came down fair and square on tho other side. II a, ha, ha ! yelled his auditors. Wal, now, you may lafT, but I can do it again. Do what f said the green jacket, quickly. I can take and heave you across that river younder, jest like the open and shot. Pet you ten dollars on it. Done said the Y'ankee ; and drawing foith an X (upon a broken down east bank,) he covered one of the br.igger's shin plasters. Kin you swim, feller t Like a duck, Eaid green jacket. ; and without further parley the Vernionler seized the knowing Yorker stoutly by the nap of the neck and the seat of the pants, jerked him from his foothold, and with almost superhuman efforts dash ed the bully heels over head from the dock, some ten yards into the Hud son. A terrible shout ran through the crowd as he floundered in the water, and amid the jeers and screams of his companions, the ducked bully pulled l.ac to the snore ana sudden ami in. voluntary batli. I'll take that ten spot, if you please, said the shivering loafer, advancing rapidly to the stake holders. Y'ou took us for greenhorns, eh ? We'll show you how to do things down here in York, and tho fellow claimed the twenty dollars. Wal, I reck'n you j wont take no ten Kpota jis, jit, cap: withdrew their sticky ofT-pring from the ' tain. .front. Then il howled with renewed an-! W by, you've lost the bet. gui-h because it couldn't have the lady to ' Not ex.actly. I didn't kalkilale ou : 1T,'1'"' "ve 'V'T f"""' ?Tl ' ,...,.,.. i . . . ,, ' and a btlle cake. ith u.h material the: deuiu it the first time, but I te.l you I , i . .-. . , . . ', ' hitie "well spring of pleasure Winked' can do if, and in sptle of the loafers ilM.lfilll, ,, ,.,.,, ,,,, of harinc utmost effort to escape him, he seized and tiittcilsgitioti matt. r. It studded it ' jliimlcyttie scull ana tiie seat ol his ' OVerhalls, nd pitched him three yards 1 ' M - further into the river ti.n upcn,l; fin,t If,, Again the bully returned, amid the shouu of his males, who enjoyed the apolt lmineiiaoly. Third lime never fail, said the Yau- "e trippiag off his oat, I k-n deu it, I tell ve. Hold Ol on! said the alumt ix-rt.fied victim. And I will dea it if I try till to mor rtilr titf,rt.ir.ir . b- a given up; ou.cu me auntrer -...... . 1 ..... i . . .. ICtween bi Utth, Wl.t't now rbalter- ' 1 :U a in ! I :t I"lr t.ike the eioii - c J. 1 , U U """" W T'' "H " , tl ti n r-j" t n lie t um I away lie if , A 1 . marki-J : , We ain't mm h ac.jiiitcl w ith ur ' mart f.iU Jjruni hero in YmW, lut wc ; iK'tnMiine- tkc the ctr-h t.ut .f Vm P a"1"' I I ' " )'i''i '"'"' ; (ry it on lu ' re.Vn ! J'ecti wnu t , he continue-, ai 1 juitting '' ,r,,''l Kr' huinr he left i the im):ny to their rcllectimiH. - - 1 h" "h,,r ""b)- .. On n haiever railread yon travel, on ; whatever i-ieaiiihiiat ut llml j-onwlf. ymi find there hNo Hie I'tiUlic Hithy. If I "' ''""' M-iir car to lid yourself of the ISal.y. ? on will tin.! it. duplicate 1 '" ' uvsi' , i our Jon: nev I- al an end: vou have , M r(w i a.lj,,!,,!,, al,al,n.i-iil a ...uall arise: the j Puhlie Il.itty ha preceded yon ; it. he, dhe Is (here tJo at nijilit Id the theater, nn- i U"KK 1 ,,, ".v ,M,,II ,,n in (i ii ii k ill noun , ll paper eunai M'v- oral day oiil, a itreen t-i !k neck tie; a ' "oil lc hViireil vest, ami lroweis of noine ojI.V as widely contrasted as possible wi,, thv ,,.st of his garments. As to rol- or, he is dressed in compartments, lie I chews largidy ol tobacco, Kctsont at every j station for a drink puts his ticket in i tlio least known and explored recesses of ,lU :'u"''"f . K0 " u iuvolvc a long search fl,, it ery time the conductor comes round. At home, bo keeps tied up lu his hack ) ard a howling and burking pup a (iiip which crowds the debit column of tho Recording Angel's ledger with the neighbor's curses, When this nip grows out of the how ling and barking stage, ho sells him and gets another old enough lo howl. 'Tisn't tho pup he wants it's his how l. That howl is a part of tho Public Baby's diet. Tho mother of the Public Baby wears a black velvet bonnet, more or less faded it has been hung up where tho has raised a dust with a broom. Her hair slung in dusty, reckless coils, there is a washing day look about her-hcr skirls are careless in their disposition she hall) a general dusty air, and bears many traces of am algamation with the Public Baby. Sho married because she had a chance be cause a man came along because it is a part of lifo to marry. The union has re sulted in one, perhaps several Public Ba bies. Society shudders, without exactly knowing why, on tho appearance of each. Sho doesn't. .She would regard without alarm tho prospect of producing three score and ten. Should it bo hinted at that Malthus didn't approvo of an excess in infants, she would probably intimate that Maltliiis might mind his own busi ness, while she would mind hers that of producing Public Babies. In disposition the Public Baby is uglier than a convention of rattlesnakes, more venomous than a caucus of ccntipcds, meaner than a band of coyotes. It does not intend to be suited or pacified it is madder than ever when it wakes up to discover that it has been trotted into a brief slumber, and has thereby been cheat ed for a lew momcnt-i out of making somebody uncomfortable. There was a Public Baby on the cars, the other day. On Marling from the de pot I fell a strange sense of a missing presence. I wondered at this. Soon all was explained. The Public Buby was not on board. But it came at the next station. The little fiend never misses a train or pays a cent. This Public Baby at first cried and howled on general principles. It had not as yet discovered any special cause for grievance because of this It cried. Its little hands were sticky with some manner of saccharine stickiness, its little face was sticky w ilh the same, es pecially its little, but noisy mouth-it rub- hp.! IlM llllln ultrLv fiicii ivltti ifu IllftA stil.ky imdHthe general .iickii.es of iu hands, and vice versa. When It had pre- pared this mixture, it wanted lo rub it over all who sat near. It clutched at a lady's bonnet ribbons, and succeeded in transferring a spot of molasses colored brown lo the bright blue of the -ilk. The lady turned. She noticed the Public Ba by, she looked as if she wished King Ib rod were alive and doinv a liv. lv Im.i. ness in that particular car. The parents countenance w 1 1 It cake crumb. Soon ihe ' l,''l',ical f"r '"d) "iihiti thai baby was .11 . i : ti i ii full; it ciied U cause it could hold 110 tloV. l wauldllu i tu Its lather, it went, then il cued to go bark Iu il timllier. ll Went, llien il Uial.il lu .ii . ,,ck , ,,ltler s.ai... lie we.it Into ti i making car, men bate some right. hi. Ii raunot be invaded. The Public Buby i then demanded in its expressive way I hat " s'x'Ul'l r.pr tne la.ly blue bonnet j -. mother tod it aloft, it tried, ; i - i. ..i.l 1. l.. ... .,:n ...:. .1.1.11 i. aii ii.i ii i'i, viin ii tfini, aire imil ll : aidews), it tried tidewa) , ahr ht-id it, llide down il ci icd. ll lciue- led in , the face. iKfjt.te around Ironed it uiivhi ' ! br.t( iM.me moved . I bfortouateiy j the mother dl-.-overetl its danger, and' ' the ilcld w pietted. pirMiwil io ;honl tor tn-, tti.lil ii icio.l to If a I'lllilic lnl.i . (Im 4 bmi h. I'm paie Mint tuiU t fur . him It w hh (time care. W'tvtr iiircrv L'tiot. 4ti.orei.iipori..i,lto,ho1.tlh..iv!1tho;"" ! ""'" "f pMbli.l.injf jor al (Hk i s, sud bail,, bcrn-e ihc.e are ! more N-o,1a l (he r.i titer thai, at the h.t- Iter. Hs.ph. le,. c, lisp unci Io m-cIii f.pieiiilid (faimeiit. and who Mill .pr - 'eiate null a di-plnv. Uy all menu, anoint our head w iiltoil. : Did not the ancieiiu do so? Anv ereasr Ms U'tter than none; ll vciv 1 1111, id and ptiiiKi'liI, . tiiu.-h the belter; it will j make some weak woman sick, and cr j haps she will faint, rnd that will Initio to j the (floty nl Mlie elerymaii, and tho re 'porter will put in tht) papers that he j preached hi ciitiaiicinylv that a lady tainted, clc. ,. I'se pel tunics. Some people like them ! some ilonol. I In; loriner w il lic eiali- ! tied, the latter will have soinehiiij by which Io remember the set vice. X. It. ( ientlenieii should iihvuys unoke ' iit'tei- ili-i..io,. tnl ......... I.. ..I . ...... I . . I ' 3 1 ' ". 01. 11- The reaooii is ohvioti Shoes (h it "creak" are the ihinjfs to wear. They announce oitr coming, like a i hambci lain at a grand reception. The pastor then knows that his congregation Is Increasing. Take the seal at the end of a pew and fa-ten the door. When il becomes neces sary (or another to enter, you will rise, fumble nt the laich of the pew , drop your cane alw iij s carry n cane lo ehnich pick it np, "gather" up your hat, keep things in interesting suspense, ai'i iimulalf) a group in ai-le, and generally increase the delightful excitement of the occa-ioii. Always insist on keeping the end ol the pew next the door. Why should that sel fish man who wants to lounge tigaiiet th.i end of the pew have his selfishness grati fied? Yon must tench him self denial. Next to a cane, the most necessary thing to carry lo church is a watch. It must be a gold watch, with a long chain. You must wear it in the fob of your pant aloons, so lluit you will have greater op portunity of display in pulling it out. It inii.-t bo a hunting watch, which shall "click"' when you shut it. Y'ou must hold it in several positions eouspHtously, so as to sec It. Also put on your glasses for that purpose. All this will remind llio congregation that "time flies," and tho preacher will have the comfort of see ing that if you don't pray, you at least watch. This politeness is duo f lic pastor. When the ushers come on with the plate or basket for the collection, do not touch it do not pass it. Let him stretch over to push it down the pew. Is it not a holy thing, containing the offering of tho peo ple? Why should your profane touch be on it? But If you touch it do It deftly, and upset it; it will spill the contents. Tho usher has probably been sleeping through the sermon, it will wake him up. It makes a lively little incident. Never cuter until the service has begun. As il approaches a conclusion, begin to put on your overshoes. Y'ou can put on your overcoat during the doxology or benediction. There's nothing like being ready. l.lfra lirlghtrat Hour. Not long since I met a gentleman who is assessed for more than a million. Sil ver was iu his hair, care upon his brow, and he stooped beneath his burden of wealth. Wo were speaking of that period of life when we had realized the most per fect enjoyment, or, rather, when we had found the happiness nearest fo be unal loyed. "I'll tell yon'' said tho millionaire, "when was the happiest hour of my life. At the ago of one-aiid-lweuty I had saved np $soo. I was earning ."iix.i a year and my father did not take if from me, only requiring that I should pay for my board. At the age of 22 I had secured a pretty cultuge, just outside of the city. I was able to pay two-thirds of the value down, and also to furnish il respectably. I was married on Sunday a Sunday iu June at my father's house. My wife had come to mo poor in purse, but rich in the wealth of her w omanhood. The Sabbath and the Sabbath night we pasi-ed bvneath my father's roof, and on Monday morning I went to my work, leaving my mother and sister lo help In preparing my home. On Monday evening, when the labors of the day were done, I went not to the pa-i . , ... ... 1 i lernal shelter, as in the past, but lo my i 1 , A mowi'.Kirc of that boui mtiiu to hui i ouint me even now in the memory. I opened!,, ,. , ,i , .. . ' blea up the morsel. the door of in v collage and entered. ! ,. ,., , ,, , ., , . ' ..... . , , .. i Just hke a man for al the word. laid my hut upon the it In stand n the hall, und pas-ed on lo the kitchen our j kitchen and dining-room were all one! then, i pushed open the kitchen door . ' . ' ; and was in heaven! The table was set against the wall the evening meal was readv prepared hy ihe baiitls o her w ho i iii ,. -ii had come lo Ire my helpmeet in deed a- a throbbing, cxiif-rlant hmk upon her - . ii , . . ; ....v.; ' Oll.-rt I""-' 1 "ll 11 III". tried to speak, ninl eouhl nut. I cniid only cta.p the wuillno angel lo my Iwi.oiu thus show in.; io h'-r ihe i . siaile burden of my heatt. The tcaia have p.iei long, long Jraia and worldly wealth has flowed in iijx.n me, uud I am honored and envied; bu' as true a heaven I would giic it all every dollar for the joy of the hour of that June i veiling in the lnn.i, loilg Kg!)!'' .VlC Y'tll l.rttijn takt )aar lasal Well, Siiitif, j.hi av )( )oiir cottuly jiaj-r. Fa a, r. il don't Like No, Major, 1 gel . ity paper ou In-iler terms, and so I lake a couple ol Ihein. But Sijuire, (he country par area glial . on vc no-in c to ltd ; the mote it en- coinage llriui the lritler the editor can make li.cin. I don't know that Ibey at.- of any enn- Vftiietie lo toe. j The ftnt jott et rtnfY ad- I vei I m, in otic, and von (l.cn l, I , a rniinm-r. ; ci v title. Mdjur. but I paid three l. I lm tor it, i -Now. ti the tirij-hUH-. had not mai taineil that p,cs. you nonlJJ have teen ; "i",'," r '''"!., . ,or l.rotber'a ,,,'lh "'''' ! ' ' '. but - 1 And when your nepbew , a taittli- j dale lor the U. !al me, )on were highly tr,i,ll hl new .paper derence. hi. ii i cost nolhin. 1 v . 1.... .1 . ... . . i.... i . I 1 i''e tlilnk's are licwa to the readers, and mnL.. ll 111 !Ml.t!tL Itll A ll... ' I ' ' - OK! paper-. No, no, Sijni,-,., ,,t if U.y aro all like you. I tell )(,, Spih-e.the dV' will romp when soon hotly will write a long eulogy 01 your 1 le, chiun. ter, etc., and the prin ter will put it in iyK., Wiih a heavy black rule iiiuler mid over il, an.) w ith alt your riches, llii-i will be done for you as a grae for a paiqicr. Your wealth, liber alily , and all su. h will be spoken of; but the printer, it. h a-ll (ho, word In ar ranging the tvpe, will icuiaik: 'Poor, let i I, be never took the paper, and i now w hulling the printer out of hi' fun eral notice.' (io.nl in. lining, Jtliy i,r lila I'rrr.. Tin ie dwelt some jears ago in Hour. bon county, Kentucky, a drunken, worth less, oiie-cjed tell. w named ( whose chief occupations were getting lips) and fighting. There had just been elected a new prosecuting attorney, who was entitled to part of the fines which might be imposed on the malefactors of Bourbon, Hud lie determined to sqiimieh oldC . i did not wait long for an opportunity to have him arrested. II. , the constable, said, as it was au important case, ho wanted about three day s lo get an appropriate )ury to fry it. On the third day the new attorney was Informed that, things were ready at tho court house. There was tho Judge, and behind him was the constable. On one side sat old one-eyed C on the other a triangle, each w ith a plug of to banco and a Jack knife, the gilt of the constable, whittling away, 'and according to order, uniting to the. centre. Tho as tonished prosecutor looked at the jury, and exclaimed: Where did the constable get this jury. The constahlo quietly replied, I thought tho prisoner was entitled to 1 tried by a Jury ofhls own , and I've been out three days hunting 'cm up, I've got twelve here, but if you don't like 'em, Pvo twelve- more outside waiting. Tho prosecutor looked out and saw, seated on the fence, twclvo more dittos, similarly equipped and employed. Ha turned to the court in undisguised wrath and said. I'll dismiss this case I The constable wrote his return ou the warrant thus, Dismissed by tho attorney on tight of the jury, and so It stands re corded until to this day. The prisoner was discharged, and left tho court house rejoicing at having been deprived of his unconstitutional right of being tried by the previously mentioned citizens. Tlir Natara of Hooalrra. Roosters, according to profano history, if my edukashun remembers me aright, wcte formerly a man, who cum suddenly upon ono of tho heathen gods, at a time when he wasn't prepared tew see com pany, and was for that offence rebuilt over Into the first rooster, and was for ever afterwards destined lo crow as a kind of warning. This change from man accounts for their lighting abilities, and for their politeness tew hens. Thare is nothing in a man that a w oman ad mires more than his rcddyiies ami ablli ly tew smash another fellow, and It U just so with a hen. When a rooster gets licked, the hem. all march oph with tho Other rooster, if he sin't half so blif or handsome. Il is pluck that wins a hen or a woman. Roosters do but very little household work. They won't lay eggt nor try to hatch any, nor see lo the voting ones. This satisfies me thai there 1. some triillh iu the iiilthologlca! akount of the rooster's fust origin. Y'n kan'l get a rooster to pay attention lo a young one; tha spend their lime In crowing, strolling, and orcasslonally find , IL-..CIO ck'l.!..l. !.... ...,.L .. . ....... -1 .. 1 i " , ' , ' ' " " fuss over, calling the r wife from a dis- . , ' .. , , a. i a.j'1'Mi ..nut ( t'J t;ill lllt;il. iui IUHI a, the bens git there this elegant and flllllwil'llln ViVt.r.t.ll. I......1. ..a.. h...l ...,l. Mhuttliia. III. Iloor IS. Paraam. Ten or tin ecu years ago a public dinner . t . , , .i i was given to the memU-rs of the legisla ture al Providence, and a Nanagsuaett nrcMchfi'. called the IfioiiUr IV-.r 1.. ,, . , , , , , . .. , ,MUh'- '" ''id prayers he hail a habit of i;.... l. i.:...t - ..i ..,t i i . "tu.KiiiiK i. iiiii.i a i ll. ii i, aieppnig iwa.. ward and hitching It after him, was rall- , i , , ., . ., .' , , ''I on lo ak a blessing. He stood uu in hi ii'iml sli le and tn-gau a k-ngthy pray. er. 'I lieie was an njiiii ihKr behlii I hlni and lie ...mi iiiih illingly backed into au adjoining mom, taking hU chair along, W beil some one w.flly cloM-.d lire door, and the liilngi y gueala proceeded to dine, when I lie ielllon Wis fini-hed at leisure bv ttie kbalraeled miiii,ler. M iirliintlhu, A liaiebouie loillig griitieinull Walk ed loin the Adams l.; i.-. tifB,:e, the other day, and de.ired to etpresa a pw.k age of letiem U a lad; , to wln.mn.-tl-- ired to reltiru them. What are lin-y worlh? a.ked Die clerk, w ho, iii making out bia a-iximt, de.iiml to know what the iik. 'Phe ) oung genlieinan - iuie.l a uidliieut, IIh-ii dealing hi Uiroal I rout a c-rtain huakiueaa, replied ; Well, ( can't asy cjudl) ; but a U w w-rks ago I thought tlri-y Wert worth aljoiil lour loindreil thoU'srid do!ar.