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TIX021AS tics pleasure in nccuncing to the citizens Ebensburg nd th north of Jtbe county Tenerally. that ha han recently added to Lis iiock a larga and complete assortment of SHOP'S, liCSKINS, GAITEIS, For IxidieP and Children's Wear, from the celebrated wholesale manufacturinir towLIii.hment of Ziegler Sc Sutton, rhiladel- ohia. 1 uia Btock comprises every thine that desirable and serviceable in the way of nuim-viade $euted icork, and every article is vrirrantetl cf the best material and most per- fm-t nirniif:rt Urn. Tn thn sita rt . - .w hiww vu u ag JVMJia the mbscriber plel;es himself to repair free icharge any article that may givo way af ter a reasouable timo and reasonable usage. The ladies are specially invited to call and iianouie the stock. - . The subscriber also keeps on hand and is prepared to manufacture to order EOQTS td SHOES for Gent'a and Youth's wear, of the very Lett material and workmanship, am at pricos as reasonable aa likn wnrt run a obtained anywhere. Fiench Calf, Com mon Ch If. Morocco and all ether kinds of ,'ifrtt her constantly on hand. ZT Store on Main street, next door to Crawford's Hotel. ffeb21-tf. PBENSBURG LITERARY DEPOT! JAMLS MURRAY. DEALKK IN J00KS, STATIONERY, CIGARS, TO BACCO. PERFUMERY, FANCY SOAPS. &c. &c, In tht Iioum formerly occupied by Dr. Lemtm Mais 5TREET, Ebeksbubq, Diecr Blank Books. Envelones. Paner. Tpn :ul. Pocket Books,,Pass Books, Magazines, Xewapaperg. Xovels,-Histories, Prayer and Toy Books. &.c. CO-Stationery and Cigars ld either wholesale or retail. feb21tf. qiO IT 3IAY CONCERN r "W WJUIKlYOl 1 u- Itibtcd to th undoined on book tmnnf bj m.tes now due, are requested to call ettle the same cither by Bavin? the lt nil accounts remaining unsettled will be a me bands or a proper officer for col i'Ci ion . A. SAUPP. Pt. AngtKtlne, May 2. ISg7.-2m. ETTERS TESTA1IENTARY havine been crantod to th titi,?prMrmiwi a the estate of John White, late of RlaekHrV uwidhin. Csrabria countr. ltM ' t J- 'reby x''ei to all persons indebted to said 'lata to niake payment without delay, and ttose havincr claims acrainst thn arr, r. 1 Hjm.i to present them properly authenti tetl fur settlement to JAMES II. WHITE. Executor. r to Lu. Attorney, F. A. Shoemakeb, Esq MJ 2S. 1867.-Ct. . ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Letters of Ai wUeurv Knse. Ufa r,f n,mffil,i .,ci,: . ' baTe hceP, grantetl to the subscribers, uig m said township. Those having aims aeainst tAlA titA n,;il i Z properly probata, and those owing the ea :e are requested to make payment. May 23, I867.-Ct. i EXECUTOR'S NOTICE I V wvamentary on tne estate or Nich NUilandt, late of Susquehanna town- lp. Camhrl v-innfv. Anrm 1 1 C T A . ... " Wnted to the undersigned by the Register ald county. All persons havintr cl aiunt said cetate will please present them payment, and f Scso owing the same are guested to make settlement without delay. PETER SHERO. Executor. ' rrolltown, May 0, 18G7.-6t. i. pu wiiicn, oi course, would be preferred) K giving or renewing their notes, on or bo- t the let day of July next, as after that EXECUTOR'S NOTICE' Letters ituacd1Cafroll,townihiP' Cambria ccun . Tesumentaryou the estate of .T.hn ?I'?Ui?i 'inninshain . late of Knsmili Vd, have been cranted to thoun.7 x M.w i,yHnun), aiding in Carroll township, Cambria coun j All persons having claims against faid i will present them properly proven. vUW, luueui to tne same are request a toeomv forward and make payment. HENRY BYRNE, Executor. May 23, lS67.-Ct. - Encourage home industry r- IHRRETTS DYi:nT. ;h0 u$ei Sicrn and Ornamental 'Pamrflr. S'131"111-' Hanging, and all oil i- r . hl ,ine Promptly - executed, l.i " ..ouiu, Ji4UIJ in IU9 Tcnt of the Town Hall. -ilbnrK; May 9, ISSJ.-Cra. Joseph zolner, jk., H , , WateUittalter And jrweler Lllret ... . . . ... C ;?mo:i "igh street, opposite Cl, . J a Drug Store Watches and lOWae " r iVn T8' ana aU wo,k warranted. Uburg, May 23. 18G7. S p?KETTU;.S AND HVGAU- Ftb. GEO. IICNTLEY'G. SHERIFF'S S,US.By virtue of sundry writs of JW JCWii Un out of the Court of Common Mm nf Cm bria county, and to me directed, there will ba exposed to Public Sale, at the house cf Wm. Ii. Ilughes, in Wilmore Borough, on F riday Vie lih day of July next, at 10 o'clock x: at., the loiiowine Ileal Estate, to wit : . All the right, title and interest of Wm, R. Hughes of, in and to 318 acres of land wttf- ate on Hue of Pa. Rail Road, one mile wr of Portage Station, (1500 feet of siding of i a. xw iw vx.cpnyenient to the Mill, located on me aoove land,; situated in Washington ana fcummertull townships. Trout Run, M'Intosh's Run and Wright's Run runs tnrougu the land. -One house, 80 by 40 ft., on the, premises, with fifteen rods of the Pa li. R.. and ooe double house convenient to tne Kail lkoad, and near the steam mill known as the Union Mills of Wm. R. Ilughes. Also, a plank house convenient to the water rmll of Wm. R. Ilughes, and 2 plank barns.; 160 acres of this tract is ridge land of excellent quality, one half timbered with maplc.beech, birch and hickory, and 45 acres fenced in. A wooden railway runs through the land, connecting with the Pennsylvania Also, 60 acres of timber land adjoining lands of Peter Somers, the Sonman survey, tuu uiuers. . Also, 60 Acres of timber land situated one nnle from Portage, m Summerhill township, Cambria county,1 adjoining lands of Hon. X nomas A. Scott and others. Alm, one house and lot at' Portage, at the siding of Pennsylvania Rail lioad. Also, five 5 acre lota in Wahincton tnwn. 6hlp, Cambria county, on the north side of tne ra. U. K at Tortage Station, west of tne aoove described house and lot at Portage. Also, one 2 story plank house at Portage Station, with 3 acres of laud, now occupied by John C. Noel. . , Also, twenty 1 acie lots on south side of Pennsylvania Rail Road, at Portage Station, adjoining lards cf Wm. K. Carr & Co., G. W. Mears, and others, situate on the Pa. R. R. betweeu the property of John C. Noel and the lower wood shed, , in Washington township, Cambria county. ' Also, on 2 story house and three lota fit- natcd la Wilmore turougb, Cambria county, known .as the Post OfScc property, on Wood street arylrQPked ?fre. , - aw, one. story bouse and basement. 20 ov o ieei, in wumore borougb, Cambria wuniy, anown as tne store room and resi uence oi ta. RUughes. and 2 lots and Darn and otner buildingv on Rail Road st aiso, one nouse and lot on Iiail Road st. now occupied bvLouis Delnhnnt. Also, eeren acres of land in WTilmore bor- ougn, Cambria-county, improved and under cultivation, adjoming lands of P. Ermire, the Luurtu property, and others. AlrfO, four acres of meadow land known . as tne uuoert L.JLIoyd meadow. Also, one aero of meadow land known the school house lot." :" - ' as Taken in. execation and to be Eold at the buii ot uraybill & et. al. ? I JAMES MYERS. ShWfT Sheriff's Office; Ebensburg. June 20, 1867. ARM FOR SALE. The sub- - senber offers at private sale his FARM oitwatcu.ia wraona township two miles east of Ebensburg, on the road leading to Loretto. The Farm consists of 80- Ai-m more or less, about 64 Acres of which are cleared, under good fence, and in a cood state of cultivation.- The balance of the land Is well setVith' sugar, chestnut, locust and other markeUble timber. There is a comfortable FRAME HOUSE and a FrXe ijabn on the premises, and an Orchard of cnoict rruu urees that have never yet failed to bear. There Is also a never-failing mrintr f pUf Witcr nJ .other necfHary conTenl- r.vu.in, a'biui wui oe soia on lair terras and easy payments, and au indisputable title will be given. What is Known as liradley's Station, on the E. & C Rail Road. Is located on thi ! ;Further iiiformatiom can be obtained by - Cambria Tp.. May 23. l8C7.-tf. : I VALUABLE FARM FOR SXE3 t "v.im.i vucn iui ai v kiln carm on the road. leading to Hinebau&h'a Mill baid Farm contains over 82 acres, most of it cleared and under good fence, with a com fortable twoatory PJank House and Log Barn thereon erected. There is a large or chard of excellent fruit and several snrincr. of pure water on the premises one of the latter close to the house as well as a stream of water running through the middle of the land. This property will be sold; on fair and easy terms. r For further . Information apply to the undersigned at Lilly's Station, or to Archibald Smith, on the farm. my80-8m DAVID SMITH. PRIVATE S.ULE The subscri- - v oer oners at 1'nvate Sale two valuable tracts of TIMBER LAND, situate in Jack son township, Cambria county, and known as the "Lloyd Property." Also Four oth er valuable tracts of LAND, situate ia Cam bria, and Jaclcsoa townships, and known as the "PensAccU Property.?' Also TWO FARMS adjoining the borough of Ebensburc one' containing about 100 acres j the other about 150 acre;.;." The' buildings aro'all in good repair," with never-failing springs of water near the houses". ; f7 Persons wishing to purchase or 'fell Farms or Timber Lands,-' will do well! by calling on lue before lii iug or oCering them for sale. F. A. SHOEMAKER, j ap.U.tf. Alt'y at Law, Lbecujbmgv EBENSBURG, PA., THUfeSD A Yy T J UNE 27; ales, 'gfetlcjps, Swcb0ftst. A IIOTOIG ST03Y.' Xhe local of Tho IIuCilo Coainer- cian lias been laoviug. Hear him; Yesterday was the first of May. and everyuouy except ido3 w&o were so im- t.J- . . 7 wtt iueir own. nouses . tnereoy Demg liable at any tima to be sent to ine otaie prison for the taxes moved. We moved. S : ; And it was the movingest eisht that we ever saw. -, - vur readers ought to hare seen thq scene. Our folks commenced pulling up and teariog Uown the traps a week aeo L Most of tha "plunder" was thrown in-. to a heap and lumped off" into loads, with, a total disregard of ordinary rules. - The paregoric and hive syrup arid vial, were pacKea- in our . new hat, one of J. W. Reed's latest and best The castor bottles were nlaced in our other boots, it being so handy to carry them by the loops. The stopper camo out or one containing tomato catsup, and me mustard concern was broken ot - That is the best seasoned pair-of boots wo ever bad. The other family insisted on coming into the bouso before we got .out. And things ot.'mixe4 up some. But we got everything that belonged to us at last. - The cartmen swore because the cook- stove wjis so heavy : an4 one said "J -d if he'd have it if we'oflered it to him." Didn't ofTer it to him. but offered both of them a drink out .of a quarter barrel of ale nearly full standing in the kitchen. ' They took it Very kindly, but it made them thirsty all the forenoon. Guess the spigot must have cot out of the barrel on the road, for we couldn't squeeze half glass out last night. - k muuy goi movea. thought 'tcr W before TV9 tacUed the bedstead back room stove. ; Commencod playing put 'lip bedstead. Ifafun, when .you hkeiLii i . Hut people don't like it mostly; None of the blasted rails would fit. Got the wrong ones into the wrong posts, and coiiln't screwthem Vp. CK.V Marked them all with a pencil before we-took them down, and thought we'd know how Ihey went together again; but somebody -wiped the marks all out.- H - And there we were.- I ; , : Better half suggested that one at our time of life ought to have more patience, and gave it as her opinion that we "couldn't swear. the bedstead together y.' !.:; ' Found we couldn't. Finally got 'em up, four of 'em, and commenced putting the cords on; Cords broke, aud we had to tie them together. The knots wouldn't slip around the pegs, and wo cophJn't draw the rope tight. , , . More remarks by the child's mother on the eubjec of profanity." " " ---.-. - Didn't pay any attention to her, and thus succeeded in getting through with the bed. - JThen went down and 'harnessed" the stove. '" . The legs all fell out when we tried to lift it on the zinc, but we got it in posi tiorr at last. - r ; ? -r, Twa lengths and one elbow of the pipe missing. Finally found the elbow in the boreaa drawer, and the. two lengths rolled op in me parior carpet. , . ., . Got a hatchet aDd a stick of wood, and commenced pounding the pipe together. Knocked a chunk out of one of our knuckles, and got the elbow on wrong end Had to take it all apart and chana it ' Commenced pounding again but couldn't make it jibe. Pounded more. The more we nounded the more it wouidn I tr,and we thought we d give it up. . x.xprefasing our opipion about stove pipes in general and this one in particular. ouiio ttiiusiuu iu iuo onguiai inventor of this kind of furniture. Went to the corner grocery and pot Wie lager," felt refreshed, and resumed the attack on the pipe. - Jboundout that what, ailed us before waa thai wo hadn't pounds J it enough. Iteraedied the defect, and the iob was done. Stove smoked beautifuilv. - Got wife to tie rags around three of our fingers and one thumb, and thought we'd sit down And have a smoke, y , . Found meerschaum after a while, and discovered amber mouth piece broken. j t Got the tobacco can, but on ascertain-' that thejsaltccIUrihad 'been emptied iuto it, mudc up oar mind that wo wouldn't Fmoke. . 9 ' J: ,Vn"8 concluded we'd better go to - bed and etrted to pick our way through the mass cf things piled up and scattered Stptled over the long rocker of a chair -:ed ;Cao Bhia. Heturnedno an- ... , , o J ui a t break oar neck?" renpsfod 'v,x. l lay ine," and turned in. . . . llAving a strong constitution, which pn ableg us to bear a exeat deal of sleen . nml mi way s paying smct attention to tur sleep ihg, iiidn't know anythibz till tnornin. - 1 .. .. 7 r Went down stairs and found wife cet ting breakfast with tears in her eves. . Told 6s she "was deceived In the house." if she had ?known what it was, she would neye? hare moved into it,"1 and that she would never ha able to 'settle" in iL This settled us; and declining to oar take of the frugal mornina meal which had been provided, (we remembered the sup per,) we took our departure!, promisinff to call iq the early part of the ensuing week," wueu inmgs naa oeen "put to rights." An.a we mean to go. The PoduEST Man in the Wokld. Many years' ago, two brothers went from Connecticut to Western 'New ; York to hvci land . lhe country was new, u and .the was cheap; so these brothers, who wero young men, bought a great deal of iu ihey added acre to aerp. nnd tarns tn I. until J they could' eotoVer whole townships witliout taking' their feet from ineu: own sou Dther emigrants' 'came aboti them : and their land." "which w'5 ienuef became ot great value: so; by the time the brothers were old men, they wero very ncn. . t. i ; . .- At Ia3t, the elder, brother came to die : "a y upon nis ueaia-oed, he ask ea ip.ie liltea, so that he could look from tne window, liis friends raised him ddoo Piows, and threw open the window. I hQ man looked out -over miles j flnUv"'-Ies of forest and hill "and meadowi s Jlilf," meadow, a"nd forest' were all ' hisl ; everything pis eyz fvv&ea upon ; yet m a few hours he must-go away", ind take none ot bis ncbes With- hirn,-gO (way" aione, ana in darkness, and, without Jesus, tor be was riot a Christian; Ho had been so busy buying farms and houses arid cattle that he Lad no time to" think of any thin" else. . " ' - '; , " The rich man looked from the Vih-iow a long time at his worldly riches, at the waving grain, the shining river, the wide spreading trees, and the grazing cattle,--and then, turning away his head, burst into tears, saying, "I am th& poorest jnan in the whole world." ? - - ' '' :' C,.I "tE23 X ou." A crippled beggar. . j - was smvmg to pica up some old clothip" that had been thrown from the window? when a crowd of rude boys gathered about him. mimickiri his awkward maVmentn. ' and hooting at his helplessness arid'TaJ 1 resently a noble little , fellow 'come cp, and, pushing his way through the crowd. helped the poor crippled man to Dick nr his gifts, and. placed them, inu a-bundle.- I hen as he was running away, 'a voice' aoove mm said, "Littla boy with a straw hat, look up." A ladjr. leaning from a window, said earnestly,. -'God bless you, my little fellow, God will bless you for that" As he walked along, he thought how glad he had made his own hearby doing good." He thought of the poor beggar's grateful. look ; of the lady's emife ancpher approval; and last, and better than all, , he could ; almost . hear his Heavenly Father whispering, "Blessed are the mer ciful, for they shall obtain mercy." Little reader, when' you have an opportunity of doing good, and feel tempted to neglect it, remember the. little boy with the straw bat . ""7 . , "- . . . . Ax Honest .Axswek. Reccntlv n clergyman was preaehim? in Belfast whan a young man in the congregation, pettinf? J - l"e sermon, looked at ins watch. Just as hewas in the act of examining his time-piece for' the fourth or fifth time" the pastor, with great earnestness, was urging the truth upon the consciousness of his hearers. "Young man," said he, "how is it. with you ?" .Whereupon the young man with the gold repeater bawled out, in hearing of nearly the. whole con gregation, "A quarter past eight."- As may be supposed, the gravity cf the as sembly was much disturbed for a tima. . . c As eschar) 'ra that Henry Ward Be cccaer 13 iitom v fa nw n ih - . :!!y aavtccr riven by "Artemas" Ward to a J 1V worthiess youag man. ' 4Do something" said Artemus, Ui 'eomething. If yoa can't get to be" dark to a "manure .'wagon, why write for tha Ledger f r - ; ' "f: , gram was ripening in the eunshme,; Q-'!V?Ri cattlefd.??p; wpy fetaipK the ' and the i iuvcir.wa3-tiwing through the' . .4 uamit i: its beautiful raller. " - : i 1867. " GLTTLTia UP IU THI! MOULD. -. About eighteen months ago we, gave in tne Jjunner an account of the discovery of a bag of. gold ia a hollow log; by a colored man, not far from Dyersbur. in -nv a. ecnessee. v e have lately te- ceived some additional particulars bearing on the original fact, which are' even stil! more remarkable. They relate to what uq lacky ireedman dit with h"i3 ba of gold, and what became Tf hiin after ha had turned it into greenbacks. The story is briefly, this; r '. .' . , lie went to' Memphis, by" the advice of some ineirds, who gave him a letter of re commendation to Mr. Hubert M; Bruce, of, that city. Mr, Bruce' proved a. friend indeed. r lie took his gold, counted it. and iuuuu fc maae id au twenty-nine hundred dollars, which he sold at a time when gold was nearly fifty percent, premium, invest ing the sum total, more thanfour thousand dollars, irt United States five-twenty gold- oeanng oonas. ..jLhe name of the colored man was Henry James.. ' He remained in Memohis three months. and, being expert arid internment, he learn- ea peigre be quit the place to read B' lit tle and to shave a great deal. . : Thence he repaired s. to New Orleans .nd became; an employee of . La Vic, the fashionable bar ber on Canal street' " :; ' 7 His ' handsome appearance; 1 riaturalfv fine manners, and skill as . a .hair-dresser, brought him ; info great popularity," He was also, prudent as 4welLas. . aspiring. He kept his gold bonda rafa. let the i est accumulate,' andjadJed to it "by" his savings, which were" considerable. At night he attended school, "arid 'besides his English acauiremenis of reading and arithmetie, hd picked up by his daily associations a tolerable "smattering ' of French. EaHy in the present year he had just "ten five hundred dollar" five-twenty wuua, oeanri six per cent annual interest in gold; rmaking five thousand dollars of capital and three hundred income was going to; Europe, and made ari arransre- ment to accompany bim as an attendant, as the GeneraL Was in ill health. Acord- jnSly suvMi- w? oi aiarca they set out f-thelSth. What our colored friend's adventures rcaT v. u " " . . 7 eJ. wifcai eujvo . .4 nvfll wa kftnwiihr K..f !,. ru ? . 1 l vertisement, which appears in the issue of 'JGalfgnants -Messenger for May 17. will " 7. luuuwing aa- . " '"r1.8, u3ul on 'uis xreseht status : ?eQry James (kt8 of XeV Orleans, TJmted' StatesjV has the honor "thafi he has opened ari American bar at No iyr-vMW(illUO) - uear iaB l iaco- vendome, where .he will furnish rnixed Hnl-a r,M4 '-4"e-tfivuu auu, xvooe'iKon Uounty cock- Tennessee plan. llr. James offers the fol- ""' mink JUitjy.ts; YC- on th K prfr,f.V o.l vjv,tLiS rctcreuces : ueorera iv. Sanv. "tft. ..isii, Aexas. uoir. -John Slideli; Hon. lf;1'j?inrCoh Hiram Fuller, Ilichard Talbot fcerrea to order. Whether our colored friend from Dyer v.uui.jf luvessiea nis D3g Ot gold. 1. e. his tea 5-20 bonds, in a neat little render. tous for thirsty Confederates, or whether he still hold3 his securities and merely re presents some one else, or a comoanv wp know not r but certain it seems to be that Henry James, who found the ba" of ohl in a hollow log away off in the wilds of west lenuessee, and. Henry James of Hue Castlglione,- I'aris, is one and t ho same person, the moral of which is that there are- some -'mightr cmeer -una Hnrl downs in thi world, and the especial ao- jjhuu wsng mar our hero has made a considerable rise in life for a -backwoods Tennessee darkey, two years ago proprietor of nothing but a. hoe-handle and-a fine- tooth comh.-NashvUU:Bamicri June 8.; We learn that the people cf Danville, Pa., are upon the; point cf Etarvatlnn. They had a casa of small pox a few weeks ago ana since then it has spread, and now there are some twelve cascjof the jrenuine and forty of varioloid. The Councils pass ed stringent ordinances," creating a'nanif '' end preventing citizens from vnthoui com ing into the village. Tne consequence is taey are an isolated race without fa1 succor, or aid from the outside wor!d. A merchant on Saturday took a team phd went into the country to purchase nri but tha farmer, knowing fc0 was from the " infected district," would hot allow him to come within talking distance, and he, h!woah'8 dove, was ccmp-clkd to return with bad tidin-rs to those who wrtrn Wnt.h-. ing hi3CGiaIng. , This is t;ir J case and something -should ho dons neighbors from starvation. i J saccor our " .VAix is tha .toilli! of a Ee!I.Tke".!hi prayer of a hypocrite ? Bocauso it is a ? r- .. .. fcoiciaa svuna irom a thoughtiess ton in withGeneral Uichard;Tolbert, of Tex-I X nd wh0; they as black Wtt a3, a Confederate officer of cavalry, iwhh ace of fn.P .T.L J:l .f. ,Cfe aa NUMBER 22 . V Corwin's opponent iri tha Gubernatorial race was the then incumbent, Govern Wilson Shannon. During "one of his trik from one appointment, to, another .Corwia and the.wite of Shannon, were fellow pas sengers in " a pubIk; ; etage-coach. They had never met,- and were unknown' to each other. Mrs. Shannon had no escort, but carried only her infant boy in hef arms.' the remainder of the passengers cbn&tei! " of Corwin's friendi,' who mado tla round: of .-the .State with him, and who weraalao ignorant of the presence of the rival cafi didate's "better half." , They were not long left m this blissfni ignorance, or thS lady, aroused by their free t'LAl tiderjsentjments, soon gave them ti u-i umBna In -very plain Lnglbh tUt eh waa ,.a .good Woco; and,, moreover Vtlxa wife cf Governor Shannon to boot" Xhu announcement was rather aarUiri to the gentlemen. Corwin .Waa tb to recover his composure aa take advan tage cf the Situation.". , Expresirng himself let ai haying met hcr,Vhc placed iseif beside, Mrs. Shannon- b- i- . . . ..A H ecame very attentive to her' TTa i.t ncr of his acquaintance with her husband., spoke "in" -highly co'mnlicimTii-v r its character aand: public career,- end. er, pressed his unhnrulur? o,T,:.,.: J.' i- n. 1 he lady was charmed, arid bered several times to' know the came of her r.ev inend. Corwia found means to avoid: answenng that question.. ;. Tha I..? tC- looked-this evasion, pod tela ; Corw in commence (ioud enough, of course, to-hrt Iovr Tom C6min.:wlio waa.hftf!,m-, Bf0. aU," she addod, Jbut'a- wagon-bov whea "And who now coes'' about' thi? ''inr rjr suggested Corwin, -making himself' ndicuious br drivir? a .. 3 uuicq icaiil. Continuing the deception In Man which kept his frS"sa smothered laurrht I--...:- .t .-', . . . " - o wm uxMLiue iaay tviLua, luijcuca ana'dandlad if -: t. ! .- t v"':'a u xouns viovemnr " KnJ carded the heart of its mother by storm. AMengta the lady reached her destination and, informed Corwin "so .with - a sigh of regret.. . llie gallant but unknown candi-' date assisted the Governor's lady to alight," took the child in his arms and carried it into the bouse.-; He saw t&e lady in ' her parlor,-and laid the infant fiat en its back in her laP- Holding it there for a mo ment, he said: '" .--i - ' "My dear Mrs." Shanaon,"" I ' have laid the Young Governor fiat on his bade, and I'm going to serve the Old Governor in the same way at the . coming election, .Good-bye. I ought to have told yoa before that my name is Tom Corwia, who was nothing but a wagon-boy, and who t pretty black, I admits Good-bye 1" arid " before Mrs. .Shannon could - recover from her astonishment he was gone, , He, did lay theVOId Governor", "fiat on his back,", but the latter returned the compli ment two years later. . - - ,o?Sa y durieg the hard winter of 18G3, a Bliss Arnold applied to General Milroy for a permit to forage for her cow the milk of which was the chief support of the family. Are you loyal !" juked the General. "Ye?." the renl.r . tt " began to write the permit "To the. United ' States or -Confederate States ?" o "To iha s Confederacy, of .course,"; he replied. . ihen 1 shall rive you tin " the General. Thia infamous rebelliou T. must be crushed.", "Well," eaid c yea can crush it by starving John Amcli's " cow, go it.:- , An- Indian cassinV im f Natchez, a few days since, waa' asked the relative position of white'man ' m" r n..f Indian. Givin-r n usual "17!: f" h . iLiv nai. iusi. cum wrurn man J r iryin, a ' - V .MM., 1.. . , now cum uiz- cer. den do?, den injin? and white Liaa last V A '"I'onrxiKN leu ow says thus .' plaintive- V! " inn 1 priscn.-I alwaj3 wi;h my neck was hl$'n - . ..v... Kjtuy a jiliiiii Ii-2r Ci' CO; .i.uu.a x fciop una turn, to r-t pai irom a hand like ner a s fcni! .when u0 Kisses Towspr'fl r rnsui oh!ftbnt.. I wiih that I were thoe " . Ia,. why is a':pobti:gc' ttw like a bad scholar!" can't lcll siv why is it !" "Hecausa it gets licked snd put m a corcer." . . uca,u oy .me nara-cider men) that her husband tos; certain of T a" re-e!ection-i "that he was not to be beaten h t'.. r.r I I.- .1 r- wv, InH lOMrim triMimrft i - - t ww in iiia mn r m w?amr excIa'nied Corwinl "Black! Yes, black' as the I be- your pardon as I ana." , . t . . J . i i hem. P, an inline 1 . i. an 3.