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f MM WEEKLY- 1 JCjJUJUiHJT Tr. A Tvtnr JMJrM, VOLUME "nill-NO. 45. T v.' ASHTABULA, Independent in all things. OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1872. 2 in .Advance. i . WHOLE NUMBER 1192. 1 Two Dollsjupar annum, paid strictly In advance. Clergymen wtl? li lup-lflc'l f in lto"pifpor fuf f 1 a Twelv Ilea's of !"' of Nonpsrsll make a aqnara, Onesoaare 1 ..uk,, fit OneflqiiareS wki, 1 5T) Oneaqnare8 mo., D 00 Two squares mo., a, 00 VPwosqiiercs fl mrta, BOO Twosquarnst year, la 00 OOdVMC.II UUJ.., 0 IH1 On . I var,.-- 8 4)0 roil r.iuar.. ru.J year, 15 H nml iJLr. D5 no Business Cards notovorfiveltno. pcryritt, S3 00 Obituary Notice. not of ireneral Interc.t half ratca. iiocai nonces reu cents a una ror cacn insertion. jon PRINTING f aVary description attended tn on'call, and done In t ',viM.,f - mast ta.tcftil manner..., .,,,- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. iuf. .yrrrr,- ,?r LIVERY STAI5LKS. Will,. HOWITIA1V, proprietor of l.lverv Stul.lci New Horses. Carriage, flobfi Ac. Horses kept hy the day or week. Oinnllma to and from al. ' trtilna. Stable nppoaita Fl.k limine, Athtnlmla. O. llicl PHYSICIANS. a i it n htltllT fi' PnirttKR.Tf . .; rpdm-f(tflT; Ctiarrii Htre.t. Nnrtn of the H011M1 Park. Offlrti hi Sinlth'aew Block, nppnalte the t'ttn llnn.e. IVtill DR. K. I.. KINO, I'livKlcInn and Hnrrrcnn. office over HerUrv A K14llpta),iMMMaaViHiatMI. Peter'. Church. AahtnliUla.. O IUM O. mWIwyMi lrnnorittlW.' fbvla1i''Viid CtHWni. Sttene-t to Pa. VAN NOKMAN. "Ofllm tma aa ormr. Nn: 1 Main t.'r, Ahr1ma.'lW. 4 Otnce hnnrs rrom 7 to 0 A, M.: 1 to r. M., and evi-n-inf. May lie found at tlio olllco at tilirltt. 1 1 :17 DR. I5VIKS, would iuftirm hii friend., nnd the public ffenurally that he may be found nt lili residence or Park Htreet. ready to attend to all prnfi'..ional call. Olncohonre, from 1 4 to P. M. AkIiIuIiiiIii o. Mar t. lens. ... i. i 1 1;. y. Krovt-i Oimiil.1! A. KOCKIVKLL, Notary Public, Agent for the ala and purchn.e of Real Kntute, 'tu yeradcef and Collector. OtHco at reiideiicd. Kin Mle, Ohio .r--.'i'.i iiio7 .me. -liM. i HERWAN, HALL, Sc RIIEH.IIAtf, Attnn nnys an4CHiQ4eUra uXfWi .A.htubiilii, tihto, will on prartleeia thet'nnrtl of Ashtabula. Lake and (Ichul-h. Lasix 8, Suerman, Theoo ihe Hai 104S. HOWARD If. FITCH. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Notary Public, A-htnbula. Ohio. Hpecinl at tenjlBiraajVPViatMiKat ,ofietle..and tnOnn veyancinirand Collertlnn. Also to all matteraarl.ini; tinder the Bankrupt Law. 1013 I. jIPwPIKHKR, Ja.Mca ef ,the rtoa and, teen fro, fiaTirdit8Bn;A9 Pranklrrl Flfe'rnMrrkbii'ifrpSi'' niee. Offlce In the .tore of Cro.by Wetherwax, on Main Street, Opposite the Firk Hou.e, Ashtabula. Ohio. Ull a 1 ' ' ' ' II KIN li V FASSKTT, Aram, om Inmranoenm pany, of New York (Capital, $4,ttmoot-aiiti at OMirter Oak Life In.urance Company, of Hartford, Ct. Al.o, altenda to wrillnu of Deeds, Wills, Ac. 1043 S. R. COOK, AttorncT-iiTirt-t'otin.ellor at Law and Notary Pnblle, al.o Real E.tate Aotiu, Main .licet. Oyer Aforrl.on Sb Tltknor's store, A.htal ula, O. 1110 CIIAU1.K nOAVH. Attornoy-tttitt OinifseAur Law. A.hlabnla, Ohio. . : .. .:a JotiA HOTELS. rj i I. ci FISK IIOIISK. A.hlabnla. Ohio. A. Field. Tronrl tor. An Omnibus running to and from every train of cira. Also, a irood llyerv-slable kept tn connection with this house, to convey passengers to any point. 10115 AiHTABVLA '.IIOCSI5 II.,' C. . WknaiKawfil JBrbpO-Maln St.-A.htabnia, Olilo.'liar Pnlille IHiH ood Livery, and Omnibus to and from t ho depot, 1043 CABINET WAUE. JOHN MrcRO,-MnnnMHnrer rtCi' tha DAifr-ln Furnltureuf the heat description., and everv, variety. Aim (General IJtKtertak.r. ancl-'Manar.rtnrMW Collins to order. Main street, North ol South Public Square. Aiehtalmla..- ; i . . .J: . -a . . .. 4)H 3. S. BBACII, Mannlaclnrer and Dealer In First ehoavFamltrae; i.ta, Oenernl Vndcrtaker.a W1 DENTISTS. fJP. E. II ALL, Dcntl.X. Ashtabula. O. CRffft Center .trcet, between Main and Park, Office 1013 gytC. W. NELSON, Dentist, Ashtabula. O.. TarWff vl.lts.Couiuiaut, Wednesdav and Wiii'ilny of each weeJCTH B Jri. ,f 1J- tlXU X'-UIKI W. T. WALLACE, D. D. S. Klinrvlll.-.O.I pre pa(4 to atteii'l to all opural'w In his profi-ssincr Hiviike. asporlalily of "Oral burxex' and vUm fle natural teeth. , . .. . . llmi . FOUNDRIES. lETnOVR, 8TRONO tc KPF.H1IY, Manufac turer. Stove., Plow, and Oolnrriif, Window Cao. and 8111.. Mill Castings. Kettles, Sink., Sleigh Shoe.. Ac. Phoenix Foundry. AshlahnlaTOlilo. lOStl WW. ft. JESSI1P, Malleahle and C.rey Iron Found er, and manufacturer of Trunk Hardware. 75.77.70 and HI Central Avenu, (Fornurlr. Heablt Street.) Newark. N.J. 1141 ..a. rilOTOWHArHERS: . ,.. ......i r FRED. W4 BIAKK'LKR, Pnttpiinher an dealer In Plaiure. ' Hairmvlnv'.. Chomrwi Ac, liavJuK a lawipply of JtldirinormisiMVdsMipnfnfs. is prepared to frame any thini? in the picture line, at short notice and in the best style. Second floor of the Hall .tore, Snd door 8011th of Hank Mann street. 1IHI4 MISCELLANEOUS. KDGAR HALL, Fire and Life Insurance and Ileal Office over Sb.imaa aad lialP-LawblcaiA.h la, Ohio. ,' ' 'lp--' " rlU fisiaie Afrent. Also, notary i-umic ann i;onveyHi.eer. A.niaou 1140 3RAND RIVER INSTITUTE, nt Ansllnbiire ppriiui lurm Bctus jLue.ua iwarci xvtu. PPv talojrue. 3. K. W1TIIODS Painter, Glazier, and Paper llauger. All work done wllh ncalueaa and de.patch. " 1100 THE AN1ITARITLA LOAN ASSOCIATION CAPITAL 100,iioii Ufllijo Uii,.treet, Hex or aottthofrrsVHftB.t-rvSi-- r" 1 1 UlNIRAL BANKtNO BlT.lNF.S. Buy. and sell. Foreign snd Eastern F.xchange, Gold, Bilver, and all kind, of U. 8. Hecnritle.. , Collectlona) fwrtitlv sjtetiflitlitrt and romlrterTftir on day 01 (tftynierir, at current rates of exchange. Interest allowed on time depo.ita. ...... pittKCToiia,,, t . .o F. Billiman, Geo. C. Ilubbnrd, Tirenito Tyler, J. B. SUepari. J. W. Haskell, II. L. Morrison, 8. II. Farrington. 1171 F. 8ILLIMAN, Prtst. A. A,BOUn0!UTrrfcAr. ,A JlAKDWAIlE,:&c. CROSUY & WE rilKRWAX:,deiilor.iu Stove., Mffitfan opposite the Fisk House, AshubtiTa. ml Also, . CuUMuck . ut. laiiual1.alli,,iVaruiihes, Bru.liw(5e.- '' CvZ l.L..t. inn SEOBGE C. HI'HHIKD, Dealer In Hardware, Irou. Steel and Nails, Sieves, Till Plate. Sheet Iron, Copper aud Zluo, and nisniif.cliircr of Tin Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, Fi.k'a iilock. Ashtabula. Ohio. W.ti : JTEWlitEUS. .Ml , CEO. W. UICRINsOV, Jeweler. RepniriiiK of AshisJmla U"";y Jtlock.til'ibuls. Ohio. , ,,, . II kiuds of Wathce.. ciocci. auu jeweiry. store lu JAflKH K. trRBBIllii leatrr In Watchea, CliM.ks. Jewulrv. Silver aud Plated Ware. 4c. lte- . pairing of all kind, done well, and all orders pfuiupt (SAtiusaWtdi "Main ritreot. A.htatnila. O. -i-toM , jaaanva i,iiri. iu i," i , i..--, ry, bin, hngravlng, Mendlug and Kepairiug dune to order. SUuu ua Mala street. Couueaut, Ohio. 83a HARNEStj j-MAKElt. Pf, Hi WILLI AlNON Saddler and llarneas Maker, opposite Flak Block, Main atreet, A.hubula, Ohio, naa on hand, aud nnates to order. In the beat aaanuer. sverythlnr In hi. iin, 11M6 P. C. FOND, Maniifaolurer .nd Dealer 1 Barnes, Bridle. Cu.w;Tmiik.,Vulp., ealerlu Baddies, AC. opiki Sit Fl.k House. Asnutouia, unio. 1015 MANUFAtmJUEIlS. THEBTER, GIDDIMUS Jobber, and I Upeclal atteutlud Won to Ulaied V iuduws. tfci 5jraH,duiMtiii( . in a."-' ti l T Tai niiiii'iikir a 11 ninniMfis dins, Floorinj. nd Bulldor' MHtfrtalKt Kouoritiiy ca.U Q. X, SIUliaiH. A. O. 01DDIN08, V J. A. KNArr Q. CIJLLEV, Manufacturer of Lath. Biding, MouldhiK., Oueew Boies, Ac. Plaulnir, Matching, and bcaowl Hawlua done ' on the shortest notice, Hbon on Msin streuL ouDOstla the Uuuer Park. Ash tabula. Ohio. 440 spngmrift fc'DRO,, VanaAirttirers 'aritt" IWlcra In al 4tH.de r-linaiher hi' dXmaur) In tbls market. Higne,! eaa pwos paiq Mr "'" ana oai. VMKNC1I k WEIHLEN Mi-nnlkcterers a Dealer la all Uiidv.4 LpatUtir In ,ltal )a this market 00 Msirl"IkwilU FouuJery. AJiuUil. Hot) J p .aiirXakj'A :V .tt 6J 3 Hif I' :i DRUuiilSTS. Itl tHTI NKWniillHY, prutrirlKlanrl Aftli enjy. and general .Sutler la'., Meilk-itie.. Wines and Llnii' r for nwllral piirp-me., Katie J and Toilet Uiiuliltiian. poreoi uf t:mr.i Shaba la. flllAIILICH tu Brin;. aa 'Mifli:fn,'lTOra4p.' f'tfrfuinery ami Faney Artielca, superior Teas, (Jofl.e, Spiec, Kla ttrlnit Eittruct., Patent Medicine, of wry tluacrlp tlun, Paints, lives, Varnishes, Mrttahca, Fancy Snaps, llnlr Hestnrntlvea, Hair otlirr&c., all of which will be sold at Hie lowest prices. 1'rcscrlpllon. prepared with fill la hk' rare. HRlft. ML. MiVlaTT. Aaktliiila,.4lhlf,. ll.l..p llmW-rk'., TTut., t-api. Hoot, Mioe. CrcK'keiy.tUiv'. t WaVe Also) wholianle and rural! dealer III Hard ware', Saddler, !Snll, Iron, Mteel, Drugs, Medicine., 1'ahila, Oils, Oyostuffi; c, .Iruin st. Ashtabula. I MM, arp.Tl MKRCHANTS. UKOHUIi Irealrr In Plano'orte., ar.d Alelo teun. IMano !Suio!f, Cover., Iii.trurilon llooh, etc. Depot an I'llhlruHquare, Clevelai.d, Ohio. 1013. TIMCll A CAHI.lM.li. Dealer. Ill Kaucy ai7d Mtapie Dry G1.01I., Kaiuily UruCerlva, and Crockery, Woiiih Store, Cliireudim Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. 10115. li. II. Uli, It ulylAati r l nlrJf y id.71 rucerTeT, Crockery anil uluun Ware, next door Unrlh of Kl-k House, Main ttreet, Aeblahula, Ohio. 1IH:). Dealera In Oro (.unre, 1 iuvikioiih, riulil. ri't'il, tic Fruit., Wait, Fl.li, Pla.ler. Waloi-Llmc, Seed., tc. in atieet, Anhtabllla, Ohio. Kort'li'ii ntifl Ilnm,... (IV. ITtm tn Helile i-' lir T'mir; f'o'ic, 'flnnw. uirii, ui.u all kiiftt or Krh.'"Al.ii, nrl kind, of Kami ly tiroeerle., Friuia and Courectiunery, Ale ami lio mei'tic Wine.. joi:t U. I. HOVWnriHVS A ft.tlr.nir. In cverr Ueacrlpiiou ol Uuut.j sttoua. Hji d C.in. AIko, on liuml a .lock of choice Fumily Krocenea, Main jtruut, Comer of Centre, A.liluhulu, Ohio. mill. . AV, H.VMt lilJl.. Cotiiet Slirluu anU- Maiu'.l... Axlnaliiilu, ouio, Ditla. iu Diy-Uuud., Wrucvriu., Crockery. Ac.,&C. . , , ,., 1 IKI3. f. B. UKLLN. whnlc.ale and H1I11II Denier In Western Ujorvy llutlur and Chee.e, Dried Kruit. Flour and (Iroevrie.. Older. reiniHuJiy aolicUcd, ami tiled! fhe loiw.f "w-n cb.t. Ai-litiynilii, Q.1IIU4 II. I.. ftiOKHI0!V, Dealer in Drv-Uoodx, (Iro- certea, 111.010 uimi Hhue., Hate, (;up.. Hardware, Crockery, Hooks. I'ullilf, Oil. A:c, Aelilnbllla O. bOU: j-!. :: : " : ' ii . : " : CLOTlIIEliS. SOW A R O . tI t.Ui r. Dealer. In ClotliliiR, llati V A 1 T 15 Nl LI;, VI holeaale aud Retal Dealer. In Ruaily Mmli! Clollili ng, rurnlshiug (iood. Hat., Cap., &c. A.htobula irao Real Estate Agfot & Owner 9 A LOTS iu-arkmSt.,A8litabula,0. hiiien outn or ArUiraimm on im main romi tu dt iifrMm. i3 acrion Smiih Hulre jvo 2 niilt-f wvnt or Afhta Ittilu; kmk! buiUlinirH, fruit, CHrriHifc nnd hlai-kcmith-lnnir. nnd houfu mid lot whert1 1 live, mid rOflcri'e "tJ mih'6 otith ol' Kcl.itL'-xrjiriiti; nn thoold 'I urmtk (iuod uh burn and orchuru. 1 ImVu nito for phic tin re new 'on liit''i i. choan and on cany turmt; alvo other proper. ..tay s juijy,,, Ift.ttlliY. .William iitoipiikey, imvii.K napped out over Three lhtrrtlred lota, wllh .lx new treets. between the North Iiitlue road and the DcdoI of (he L. 8. II. It., proposes to self them on TEN YHA-IIS' together with Threu Brick DwelllliL'., sevrml Wood wclllli'., Twenty-tlve Lots North of the Depot, .everal .ts at the llurbor. One Thousiiud Acre, of Lund in Pyinouth, t n i .mall place hi Monroe, and highly acre. in .Miuuesoia. Also on hand 1.000 hn.bel. Ouicr Lime. 900 barrel. of Cement. SO barrel. Piaster -Purls. 10 Ten. Ijmd Plaster, and a full line ol Ooods aud a P. rpelual Lime Kill- fash. WM. 11UMPH1IEY. Also f '20.000 in Note, and Morle-aire., to pxcbunsrc for Ashtabula, O.. Feb. 1, 187. y-6 .,0 imMx.vji I. F.'tULTM -"r co.; ake pleasure In annonneinfr'fci he public that they huve leased the protieriv lornierly occupied by I). W. nrv as a 2.1 9 CARRIAGE MANUFAOTO'Y nd arc now nrcpnfed t do-fiff kMds of carHnir and IV a iron work. Special attention will hu iven to all jmlt or repatrlnir. . , - TUP lAlTIn wltT lat it.ii1 the rlirortlnn nf Mr Slowey. who I in no unpen on In thin department. Mr. 'ulver will havr eharL'e of tiie Hlarknlnintr. To thone ,'lin hnve teen hj Atfk ior'tno IM' fct) rummer, lie Benin no reeomtneiMlation. We hope W a ttrict atten tion to bin. net and and A prompt fulfillment "f all our fnttitcementH. tx mirrlt audi -wq"" aliaru of the public aatrmia 41 L. IfInnMon9a 8avorliitf Truaa. PIIE Subscriber wialie8 tabling before LL the public bin patent i V A jeceiitly Invented tiiut ir? round to answer tlio end of inch an iiiatruuieut inor cuwplelely than anything leretororv intruuuceu. lUKtleBrTily couuueiiuea i) puy Ui.uic. to their pat leu tHatlleetud wiih hernia or rupture. Here u out one ouuiiou oi il Ayicrcver inea ana ue iu the attuiunee that H Wtn'otf A'Uiid a bletciinf to Iioku Butturtinjfl'i'om tttlt complaint. Krom amoiiv hie ti leud8 who huve ued Ilia truci, hu ha been favored ft llli the inoit cheurlulauu uuqiialltleu teiatiiuonialH, i An iiiiDrovemeut to ureVrnrr rmt haa been adopted. l)v tfalvaniziug the uietalic portions ol the tiufi, and a ur Tin- uillii ti il. then lore, mav tlnd tbe art ele by au- lurjie supply jul oeen received ny inu nianuiaciur pljjnit U"iflaf 'H0ir;1at ybruoh, or tt jnonin T ilE OLD CARLISLE TANNERY k. IUhmi "niiKli1rtMl bv O. Zellu & Uro. vuo vre nut Hug tt to the beat poBauibleUHe lu tbo llAN UFACTURE OF TIIU var ious KINDS OFXiEATIIEU. ,!jT7V!r!i' hl7.Hy.nw,lt fl JIIDE anJ SKINS, r whlcV'ca'sli'a? 'Oi'e'higheat market prices Is paid. their Leather is of Ihe best quullty, a fact thai Hadlersaud Shoc,-inkcr, wlllei)Ur.i)ii trial, aud ofaV tiie varioustrcscTrpnousT 1 -BINDINGS;' We have also on hand a full a excellent supply of all the different kiuds of . . ... 8IIOEMAKEII8' FINDINGS, which will be .old on the most rnaaouahle terms. Olve u. a call. AshtabulC, Nov. 14,1871. H1116 ,, G. ZEILK A EnO. f 1 ! 1 1 LEATHER AND FINDINGS. EKENCII A WEHiLEN Manufactur Daelers a In LEATHER Ac FIND1NUS In the ow, opposite Phusuix Fouudry, Maiu street, Ash- bula.Ohlu. K7,(,T..;n0 ASH PAID FOB HIDES. PELTS AND CALF SKINS Just received, and now for sMu. as good an assorted ckoi ci""yT LEATHER AND FINDINGS 1 can be fonnd in any Western Market, 1 can be fonnd In any Western Market and whi 1 objector y3ioTboetrr and which wll So make It Shtacturera itlsned that I can sell them everything needed In their uslness as cheau as can heouud In Cleveland, or even lie Eastern Markets, thereby nefving freight and traveling xpeuaea, auu iu.. ui .iiim. 1 All are cordially Invited to call and examine my stock lefure purchssing eliwwheru., CkiulUiuul Unit I can make It for your Interest to key. Ifa UiiaAiafkeUI shall uk ua.ure In aeehur mv old Irlena. ana Mis blllillc. mid lowing uiuin my stocg. itciuw, 1 (five a partial list 01 rticie. : Spanish and slaughter, sole, upper and harneas Leathor: iianish and .laughtur kip ; Frauch calf and kip; oak aud uiloi-K call auuaip; coilureainer auu norse nmea eu's and women's morocco; band snd laulug leather lug., umuiugs, topping ana msseia. FINDINGS. Laats. oec. thread, wetib. Packard's Ink. Iron and line aalla, rouudhead tai-ks, brl..eaawls, hammers, pincers, atnd stones, rasps, knives 3at. alae sticks, and straps, hoot trees, shoe laces, pouches lasting Irons, eyelets, eve. let seta, siiien-wueei.. atiicn-marKera, ueel auavee, engc itlanea. alrln awls, welt knives, ela.tlo. heel ball, atltch bigeord, la.tlna; taeks, beet and toe plate, boot blackingT loot nruatiea, Jwrueaa auls. ana an kinas or anisnina Jon.,sttJTifii .ajTUKNCU A WiUUi.KN. 1 AsuiaDuia mt. lies .'wi, w'4 is.lar..A Xbitract of Tin TaJbU Adopted July 15, 1873. v ttmif mm a a. ev a er ' "WEVV Rfirl improved Drawing Room X and 8l.plnir Coaches. onmblnlnK all modern lm i.rovemiMil., are running through on ell tr.ln. from ItiiffHlo. Niagara Fall., Cleveland aud Clkrlnnati to New York, uiaklnv dlrecl connection with all lln a nf Foreign And Coastwl.e steamer., and al.o with Sound ttlcamcr. and Itallwav lli.i.a for Uo.iioi mmA n.,m Iland cities. " I No. 1. No. It. No. 4. No. 8. Day Llghin'g Sight Cincln. Ksprc... Kxpress Kxpress. Kxpre.s. 7 l io p.m. 7.777777 iooo r.a "l I05A1I 7 ih""i 1 m nffi'r.ir ""A " T vn 1 40 " 5 40 " 1)05 7 SO 'J 1.45 " 5 45 111 I i"8 ui"" jijo' ")" li as" ' 'im- n.' "740"" 'ix 40 am 10 Ifi " 4 4 ' Pll.'i 1 1 m II lit) K0.1 ' HI 10 " (I5 " 11 M " 7trl ' 1J15 4 0J " 'Villi ' 400 03o",T .." H !l " 4 8i (I 11 oaj; n ! " 10 ua " ... ill 13 5 " ifw " 4T" I 4-i ' I 75H " 1111 AH. 51 -!' " 11 4(1 " 11511 2 54 . l.-:- -.-7..;? soVa lM-'ii i'ni'.a. ilHi.a in " 10 ue " s 10 7oii 8 II " 41 7 40 " g 15 ' 10 50 S 68 " 7 55 ' 4 04 " II 4 " H1 " II 47 ' 4 8 " 106a, 4 15 " l M !! .w 11 !" " '7x7J- 7... 101 i Wy.it 0 45 5 5 HSa U53a" 53 ' 7 45 ' 14 4i P. SIM 7 4H J 14 " 'H 3 ' .JJ.--JV Hj " H IS4 " J 10 00 """ 7oo" ' " (V, v n T 15 Sift"" i f. M" 1IIASa.I1. V to IIKI " I TJI II 00 8 30 ,. Itoar.M. iTxorH. oWa.m STATIONS. Dunkirk. ,,L've Salamanca.. Clifton....'.. ' Snsp, Bridge Niagara FMs " MiiSbIo. Attica Portage 1 lloniell.y'le, ' Addison Koe'he.lur... ' yon ' I ath 1 Corning Elnnra Al Werorly Hi'adelphla 1 Owego Hingiiamton Ureal Heud.. " Sii.iiuehaira " Depu.it ' llinicoek.... Laekaw'xeni " Houedale.. ' Port jervia. " Mlildletown. " tloshen " lurnerw . Newbiirg... laiteron .. Newark Jersey City.. New York . . . iki.loii.i... Arrauicemeut of Drau lnjr-Hoom and - Sleeping Coarhea. No. Sleeping Coaches torn Cleveland tn Uornell. vllle, and Drawjng-Kuom Cosche. from Suspen sion Bridge, Ni.gura Fall, and lluflalu tu New York. No. 11. -Sleeping Coaches from Cincinnati, Suspension Bridge. Niagara K.II..B11IT.I0 .nd Ilornell.vllle to . New York; alsa from Ilornell.vllle to Albany No, 4. Sleeping Coaches from Suspension Bridge, Ni agara Falls and Buffalo to Mow York. lav. o. Sleeping Coaehe. from Cleveland, Bn.penstnn t'and Driwlng Kooru Coachos frdm Snrquelauna to New York. Ask for tickets Via Erie Railway, 'or Snlc at tilt principle Tlckrt Ofllccs. ; ' Jni. N. Abbott, Gen. Pat. Agent. vtisiim, Niagara rails and bi.itulo toSnsouehaiiua Plantation Bitters. S. T. 18G0 X. TlIIS wonderful vegetable restorative Is thc.heet nnchor of the fertile and debilitated. A. a tonic mid cordial for the aired and languid It ha. 110 enual among stnmachice. Asa remedy for the nen'ou. weakness to which women are especlully .iiblecl. It I. .itpersedlng every other stimulant. In all climates, tropical, leinperute or frigid, Il acts a. a specific In eve ry specie, of disorder which underinti.e. thu bodily. struugiU aud breaks down thu animal spirit. 1149 LYON'S KATIIARION, 1 For Preserving and Reautirylmr. the Hu 1 mall llxlr. ' Prevent Ha FalliuE Out and Xurulag Uruy. I A well-preserved Ilead of flair, In a person of middle s,ge, at once bespeaks refinement, elegance, health and eauty. It may be truly called Woniuus Crowning Olo rjy, while men are not Insensible to its advantage and unarms. Few things are more disgusting than thin, (Tlnly, harsh, antamed Hair, with Head and coat cover- Jith dnndruh". Visit a barber and you feel and look ke a new man. This. Is what Lyon's Kaih .rlon will Jo all the Htne. The cluirm which lies In wcil placed Oulr, Glossy Curls Luxuriant Tresses, and a Clean IJcad, Is n'otlcablo and Irresistible. Hols by all Druggists and Country Stores. : I 1 SELECT POETRY. Now. BY CHAS. MACKAY. Tim venerable Past is i8t ; 'Tls dark, nnd sliines not in tlio vrny ; 'Twns kimhI, no dmilil 'lis juno at lust- 1 Tlicru liiwns unotlier iluv. Wliv should we Bit w liere ivli-a creep,' Ami slirouil oursulveg in cliurnola ikep, Or I lie woiiil'a veHlenliivs tlrnloro '.Mill c-rimi li) i 11 j; ruins' inciBsy liour? JVIiy slioiikl we see Willi ileud men g eyc, 1 Looking nt Whs Iron) morn to niglit, Wliett Ibe buaiilvous Now, I lie clivino To Be, Woo willi IlK'ir clinrnis our livln" Birti t T Why sluiiild we henr but eelioeg dull Win ti I lie world ol Bound, so beautiful, I Will tive im music ol' our own 1 'Uy iu tins ilnrktU'KS should we i;ro)e, V U n Hie Hun, 111 lienven g ruttplemli'iil cope, Shiiica ua bright as ever il gliouuf Tlie Present needs us. Every ago li.qiiealiiB the next tor ln rita''e. NiVfazy luxury or delight, Uul gtrentioim liilior lor llio rii;lit FinKow, tUe eliild and Hire ol Time, ' Uttliiands llie dci lU ol' eiirnest incu To nmke it better limn lliu piiHt t Allll srreicil ltiu unuic i na nun. Nowjis a tact that men deplore, Tliouli it might bless tlicin evermore Would they but fubliion it uright, 'Tls ever iihw, 'tis ever luilil. Time. nor Kturniiy halls sueu aV repeiiiion 01 uuliKiit In all its phages; ne'er bath been : Nr men or impels that which it; And that whloli it bath etiased to bo ' Kre we have breathed it, and its place U lost iu the eteruily. Hut Now is ever good nnd fair, 01' the Infinitude tlio heir, And we of it. So let us live That from the Past we may receive Light for the Now from Now a Joy iiat rale nor nine snail e er tieatroy. h. wlioshail iKbuy any tuat fame . . ' s nothing tent aujenipty name, , - ' iVhiUl in that wnind there U a charm" '. be nerves to brnce, the heart lo warm; .- g. thinking, ofllie migliiy aeau, The ycMins front slothful couclt will start, nd vovr, wllh Hred bands ourspreai Like duei to at a noble part? The I'owKii of Will. In that capital 00k for vounor men. Iiockt andthoal, the Ret. George II. Uepworth eloquun y aaye : J'Yomig men, an earnest will can accomplish anything anything that Is trood and anvthinrr that is bad. It ia the master element iu . man's nature; it U very like omnipotence. It can fix jrour purpose, and keep it fixed until the end is reached: uo matter how difficult the path may be. - He who has a strong will has halt won the victory. . He who a a strong will, and a consecrated one, ulready I90IS tha laurel on bis brow." From the Norwalk Gazette. From the Norwalk Gazette. The Dying Mother. Tbo succeeding lines were siifgealcd by tills truly lamentable fact : During h severe (bun der g tor 111. Inst August, an invalid mother wns much teriilh d by the devastation, resulting- in Iter death Ihn tti.tiitiir nljrlil. Wlicn (lying, hIiu Implored that her child, a I'm 1 1 bloMotn ol scarcely two Bummers, clulinitijj her InceKgiiiit care might he taken with her. Strange lo re cortl. It died the lolloviing day. Tiuly, "iu dealb they were nol divided." I. 8p"edily her life Is waning- t ley cold her mnrhle brow ! Sollly trend I The hrenih reninlniug, AngcN pinions wall it now. Gently close the eyelid weury. Weeping fur her cherished one; Gieyiiin o'er her childh'iod dit-aiy, Motherless consoled by Hone. II. Plenum? wllh thu Orent All-Giver j "If 1 die, 0I1! tuke my child; May she sleep besiilu her mother, Safe no more by sin beguiled." Ever lieeilitiL' e'en the sparrow I Liat I lie murks that molher's plea t Scarcely crossed that cryslul liver, Kre their souls united be, III. Blessed mourner 1 lovid ones wuilins, Only gone uwhile before ! Sliive, llieir sainU'd spirits urcclin, On that blissful, shilling shore. Ardent Inilh nnd calm stihmisHion, Boon dispel a Savior's frown I Enter these cebslinl portals, Yield cross reccivu R. ANNA LEE. Ridgefield, Oct. 2nd. 1872. Ridgefield, Oct. 2nd. 1872. The Careless Word. 'Twas but a word, a cureless word. As thistle dowu it seemed to light ; It paused a moment on the air, Then onward winged its becdlesg flight. Another lip caught up the word, And breathed it with a haughty sneer j It gathered weight hs nn its sped, That careless word, Iu its caicer. Then rumor caught the flyin? word, And bin-y gossip gave it weight, Until that liitlu wind became. 1 . A vehicle of angry bate. And then that word was whined with fire. lis mission was a tiling ol puin, For soon it fell like lava drops Upon a wildly tortured brain. And then another pace of life With burning, sodding tears was blurred, A loud of care was heavier made. It added weight, 'dial careless word. That careless word, oh 1 how it scorched A fainting, bleeding, quivering in art I 'Tw ns like a hungry tire, that rearched Through every leuder, viti.l part. H"v wildly throbbed that nchiiij heart 1 Deep agony its fountain stirred ; It calmed, but bitter ashes mark The pathway of that careless word. "Take another Hat. A Congregation that Refused to put Money in a Greeley Hat. From the Zanesville Courier. The party lines are pretty closed drawn in some pails ofMusquingum county. There are some places where the Democrats can't go Greeley and the Republicans refuse to desert Grant. To illustrate Ihe fueling we give the following, wbicb was told by a eye witness and a devout man ; Not loug since a church organization! of that county held a series of meetings, nnd as is customary on such occa sions, collections for sundry purposes were ordered. Now it so happened that a devoul man a deacon whose behind name begins with S. has gone over to Greeley, and lie was called upon by the ofBciatiug minister, to puss the hat. This was on Saturday. The con gregation was large and a "fat take" was ex pected by the worthy man who occupied tie puipii. urouier s. responded 10 the call. He took up his "Dolly Varden," Hprcnd a large bandanna over it ami then staried. The tiiBt seat was filled with staunch old fiiiinerH, and S. expected them to shell out liberal) v. He knew their pocket books weio plethoric and then' hearts lull ot good. 1 heir contribu tions would Miik the handkerchief to the bottom of the hnt. he tell cure. Rut alas! Not a man contributed. Brother S. drew a sigh and went on, hut with no better success from the occupants of the second seat. The third panned out as tlio first two had done, and so did the fourth. In abort, Brother S. went the "grand rounds" and returned to tlio stand 011 which lie placed tho hat. as empty as wnuu ue siarieti. u sign 01 rciiei escaped him as he took his seat. When the minister, however, was determined not to be outdone, and the next day he asked S. to go the "rounds" again. Slowly the devout supporter of 11. G., nrcse, going liiyouv.11 me ineniiiiiianes me same ua 011 the day before. He took up the same hit, spread over it the same handkerchief and slowly passed it before the occupants of the first seal. No contributions. He pissed on to the second. Result, ditto, lie arrived at me intra seat ana was slowly passing the hat under the eyes of its oocupanls, when he was arrested by Uiu voice 01 lue minister culling oui ; "Jiro. S. 1" livo. S. turned. "Puss the handkerchief alone, Rro. S. 1 or rro with vour oiieu hands, or take an- other u at, for there is nobody in this congregation that will drop one cent in lie thtnq uou are carrying how r The effect can be belter imagined than described. Another hat was substituted for S.'s Greeley "plug" and the oor.gie- ifation shelled out an amount which as tonished the whole congregation. A Greeley hat ma)' be a good thing to oover a sore-head with, but "shoo fly don't bother me" .when a contribution is anted, i 1 1 1111 1 I The Grecubush Gazette is responsible for the following : A prominent cilizeu of this vilage went Dome a lew nights since at a late hour and gently tapped on the door.' "Who is it ?" inquired bis bet ter halt; To which very proper inquiry the heartless man replied by aekiutr "Whom do you expect at this hour of tne uigut r Now that the cool nights are coming on, Country people are beginning to fix up their Iront gates. lucre was uo use in trying to keep them in repair as loug as the evenings were favorable to outside courting. Oue of the wants of the age is a gale hinge that will bear the weight ot a young couple without Btraiuiug the gate binge or toe lovers.. From the Zanesville Courier. Bear Hunting Extraordinary. Peter Damon, who lives out on the Ogdensburg road, has won the dentine tiou of being thu champion bear hunter ot the county. He carries a light rifle, before which any animal that lives iu the woods is sure to meet death, if IVttr has any chance for a shot. He has kill ed six (rears and seven deer, this fall so lar, ami it lie dues not have arty closer cull than he did one day last week, he will probably be the destruction of us many tnoie before winter sets in. On thu day aline mentioned, Peter wits out with two hounds, and had lot lowed a bear trail for several hours.w hen jn-1 at luik the dogs came up with a large she bear and three large cubs. The cubs were in trees, and the old bear was engaged in a lively tiht with the hounds. Ousteiiig Peicr she left the hounds and made tor him. lie wuil'-J with a cocked title until she was within n dozen feet, and then fired. The bull struck the tup of her head, and went down through her neck and into tier shoulder, but did not kill her. Shu made one nl two jumps and was cl-'se upon thu hunter. Damon tried lo doile, but was not quick enough. The bear caught one ol his legs, ami threw him upon his back, and would have cut him open iu an instant had not thu fa; Mill hounds at tacked her iu the rear. The bear was enraged and cmzy about the shut, and turned upon her assailants, leaving Da mon free to make his escape. He was not long in doing it, and took retuge on the trunk of a fallen tne, and now he was in a quandary. He had but three more bullets, aud there were three more cubs iu the trees, w hich he wauled. He saw that the old bear was too badly wounded to escape, aud ihe dogs were faithfully attending to her case. She turned upon them as savagely as noth ing but a site bear could, every lime they attacked her, but could not get hold of one of them. .Mr. Damon told us that she caught hold of popple trees two or three inches iu diameter, and lore them to the ground, when in turning round she Would strike them, and think they were new enemies. Damon quickly loaded and fired three limes into the trees, aud brought down a cub at each fire. Then he whittled out a hard oak plug three inches long, aud loaded his rinu with it, and sent it into the neck of the old bear, dropping her. He "went iu" mid cut her throat, and after securing his game for the night, went home. Iu the morning he took his team and drew his four bears home, as good a bag ut gaiuu as any hunter iu the Slate will se cure this tall, we will warrant. How to Live Long. They live longest, as a class, who live calm and even lives ; who are most ex empt from the turmoils aud shocks and strains that are incident to human exis tence, and are assured of to-morrow's bread. There is no one thing which has such a direct influence iu promoting longevity as an assuruce, felt to be well grounded, ol a comfortable provision for life for ull ordinary wants of station. Not long ago a man died iu the poor- house 111 .bitirlund, where he had been taken care of for ninety years. He had 110 anxiety for to-morrow's bread ; be had no quarter's day to provide against, in default of which wife and children would be turned into the streets from the doors ot elegant brown mansions. He had no notes to meet in the bank, which, if nol paid by a day or hour, would involve protest ana financial ruin. Ah, tins loa I ot doubt! How it grinds one's man hood to powder how it shames a man's honor how il has driven to desperation, lo drunkenness, to suicide, to muider! How the anguish of it takes the energy and health out ot a man, aud makes linn pine, aud languish for weary days and weeks on beds ot thorns, that pierce ihrotiirh the body into the soul ! So one good way to avoid sickness and prema ture death is to avoid debt us you would the evil one. Reputation of Wm. H. Seward. Tho irri-nt eili'en who diod at Auburn has nrobablv not left another in ull our borders so widely known. We do nol reier especially 10 11 is lame, lor mat ue itharcd with many olhers. But William Henry Seward, the man, iu his habit as he lived, was probably better known to his countrymen and to the world than any Ameiican statesman ot t lie past or present. Ho had entered political life at an early age. Ho had passed his eutire lite, utmost w ithout vacations, in con spicuous public positions. Almost all the mouths during which, 111 a long Hie limp hit li.nl been (ml nf lln harness of office, he had employed iu foreign travel. Aud when abroad lie always availed himaflt nl hiu oyopiilioiial advantages to make the acquaintance of typical nnd pruiiiiiieu. men, eu mm nru.ii) .a mw uewBof his death is telegraphed over the worldj it is 110 exaggeration to say that in every court and cabinet on earth tiie tidings will come with something of a personal shock to the few who govern the many ; in the Republics of Spanish America the loss ot a powerful friend and patron will be mourned ; tho states men of Europo will recognize the demise of almost thu only American whom they have ever regarded as their peer; and in the faitherest East, in the uttermost isles of .the sea, prayers will be offered in strange tongues to alien gods tor the re pose ot the great chieftain, whose while head and broken frame cast such a' won der about his wide journey ings in the Hamlets and lite palaces 01 inuia auu ii- phon and Cathay. An Irishit.au named Paddy Doolan, a wan-, alwavs Lad a word for everybody, let it hit whichever way it mirrhi lVt went iii to a erroccrv store one day to buy eggs. "How are eggs to-day f" he asked of a clerk, who is one of those over-smart fellows by th way. "E"gs are eggs to-day, Paddy," replied tbe'clerk, looking quite triumphant upon two or three young lady customers w ho hannanoil tn lid ill the Store. "Fsilll. I am glad to hoar yeer say . so,w replied Paddy, "tor the last ones I got here were ciiicxens. - , From the Chicago Times. The Horse Epidemic. The epidemic character of. this dis ease at once indicates the remedy, which, in addition lo the tymplomatio treat ment, should be p:rsiseiilly follow ed up. Carbolic acid has, in all zymotic dis eases, proved itself our faithful servant. Jjoug-coulinucd experiments with disin fection, which meau the destruction of those microscopic animalcules, causing the spread of all coutagcoua diseases, have shown carbolic acid to have aline t exclusive value, while chloride of lime ami other substances are only deodoriz . ... ' 1 . 1 , . . ers, oxiuiKiug me gases, wnicii produce odor, lor which it replaces its own, but never destroying those sporuks or ani malcules whicii float in the air, and w hich multiply so fearfully in epidemic disease. The fumigations with chloride of lime by spriuklinu or otherwise, while they do 110 good, except lo deoderize, may do narm, 11 present in large quantity, by irritaliog the mucous surtaee and in creasing the catarrhal discharges char acteristic of this disease. Carbolic acid, on the other hard is not only used as a disinfectant, but internal ly, by adding small quantities to the water drank by the horse; if used for washing them, united with water, will so envelop them 111 a carbolic atmosphere as to completely destroy the poison iu the atmosphere, and within tiie uuimal. Of eourse, other symptomatic treatment should not be omitted. No remedy will e mal carbolic acid iu the plaguu which threatens us now. Un. IIiumi. To Yocxu Mux. Young men should read the following words from the pen f Professor Porter, ami from them gather new courage for the battle of life: "Young men you aru the architests ol your own fortunes. Rely upon your own strength ol body and soul. Take for'your star self-reliance. Inscribe on your banner, 'Luck is it fool, pluck is a hero.' Don't take too much advice keep your helm and steer your own ship, remember that the great art of commanding ia to take a lair share of the work. Think well of yourself. Strike out. Assure your own position. Put potatoes iu a cart, over a rough road, and the small ones go to the bot tom. Rise above the envious aud jeol ous. Fire above the mark you intend to hit. Energy, invincible determination, with a right motive, are the levers that move the woild. Don't drink don't chew don't smoke don't swear don't deceive don't read novels dont marry until you can support a wife. Be earn est be self-reliant ba generous be civil. lis-ad the papers. Advertise your business. Make money and do good with it. Love God and your fcl-low-men. Love truth and virtue. Love your country and obey its laws." The Ciibistia.v Poob. Mr. Tal madge, in a recent sermon, talks thus en couragingly to the poor : "Here comes a great column of the Christian joor. They always walked on earth. The on ly ride they ever had was iu the hearse that took them to the potter's field. They went day by day poorly clad aud meanly fed aud insufficiently sheltered. They were jostled out of bouses whose rent they could not pay, and out of churhes where their presence was an of fence. . Considering the insignificant way many of these went out ot the w orld, the poor doctoring and the course shroud and the haste of the obsequies, you might have expected a tame reception for them or. the other side ; but a shin ing retinue wis waiting beyond the riv er for their departing spirits, and as they passed a celestial escort confronted them and snow-white chamers of Heaven were brought in, and the conquerers mounted; and here they pass 111 the throng ot the victor the poor-house ex changed for a palace, the rags for imperi al attire, weary walking for seats on the white horses from thu King's stable. Ride on, ye victors ! " Mrs. Gardiner, wife of a farmer livintj near Eastmauville, Ottawa county, 111., died recently, under circumstances most extraordinary. Two ot her sisters were dead, one but recently, only a tew weeks ago. The cause of Mrs. Gardiner's death was a coiicrcsiivo chill, aud after she had been considered d.'.id lor six hour;', and was being prepared lor the crave, she returned to consciousness und talked freely with her attendants. She slated to those around tier that she had been to the better land, and had seen both her departed sisters, with other friends ; that it was a most beautiful laud beyond all description ! She said that she had per mission to return to tell living friends of what siio had seen, but that she was anxious to return strain. She uassed away soon after making her seemingly overflowing with ioy aud happiness. There can be no question as to the cir cumstances above stated. A Fraud. A city chap from Clove- laud, spending a few weeks in the coun try with a fanner friend, asked to be per mitted to " abstract the lacteal fluid from the bovine group at eventide." As soon as the tanner found out that all he want ed was to milk tho cows some night, he clieeilully assented, and, with other mem bers of the family, seated himself on the barn-yard fence 10 see the tuu. Hardly had the tight-pantalooned chap begun to pull ou the peculiar natural appeudages, which all who desire lo milk must mani pulate, wheu the . patient cow looked around and saw the. "what is-il" at her side. Fetching him a wipe in the eyes with her tail, sue, at the same time, pro jected her hind foot with lightning-like rapidity, and, while the milker was bal ancing on bis ear in a mud puddle, the sportive Joow sent the milk pail spinning after him. Owing to damages to his pants, our hero was compelled to walk baukward until he got out of sight of the farmer's daughters, and now he says farming is a fraud. . Whenever we fiud a mau in the enjoy ment ot a wide popularity, we may be assured, however bad his reputation may be, that he has some good qualities ia aa eminent degree. Soliloquy of a Dismounted Democrat. BY E. NORMAN GUMMISON. Wntcil I wish lo remark. And I'm really surprised, That things I .bought wist Ut mid I e lln s otberwlscd. Hut they've whipped ua. Hint opposite party In a way that I've always depiaed. Siys I on Ihe clshlh And I thought it was true I ahull curry torch In tin- Corps liacknluvr. But they suiushed us, that thirty-five thouo. nnd, In a munner that makes me fuel blue. We'd counted the Deni's And the Liberal set, And we'd carry the, day, 'Twns a sure lliing, yon bet ;" But they routed and tcouted our force In a w ay that is bard t forget. Aa to Josh Billing has said, If this thinness u I litis. Why thus M Ibis thu.ne.g f If we're minut tiie eighth of October, November we shall not be plat. Which has caused tne lo say And I speak with a sigh If Ibis happens a sjreen tree What chauce bat a dry f The support or Ihe Liberal party, I fear, is "all in my eye I" And I wish hero to state That I lear 'tis a go. The bird Democratic No longer may crow. The Itepublican-Democrat movement lias broken its nock Willi a blow. And yet I'd remark Though I speak with a fear The ' Ides of November" Are fearfully near. And then we shall carry (hit Rooster And Horace upon the game bier. IlANovEit, York county, Pa., Oct, 9. Too M t en for Wiiisk Stilia A, certain tow n of Eastern Tennessee boast-' 1 ed in having four wliisk y-s'.ills. The son of the man who started the first one : went into it one Sunday morning and ' drank so freely as to get drunk. He then went to a distant church, and made ' such a disturbance that they were oblig- ' ed lo turn him out. Going into the -woods, he remained alone until he got sober. He then resolved never to get -drunk again, aud to work until the whisky-stills were all broken op. Meeting with an active agent of the American Sunday-School L'nion, he secured his ad vice and assistance in organizing a good L'tiion Sunday-school near these four dis- ' tiileries. They have all since been cits d. The owner, as he shut up the last one : for the want of business, said, "That Sunday-school is too much for us. Any thing but this singing the Bible into ' folks. Its no use to fight that." The scene in the court-room when Laura Fair was acquitted caused even the statue of Justice on the wall behind the -Judge to shed tears until the rag over her eyes was dripping with briue. The ,' prisoner, supported by Judge Curtis's ' arm, which was around her waist, .her little white baud that pulled the trigger on Crittenden, clasped by one ot her counsel. The tvj'elve jurymen slobber- ' ing and snuffling, the lawyers shaking with suppressed sobs, all served to make a picture as sad as il was touching, aud many a womau went from the court room filled with higher resolves to horse pistol some man, look pale, faint away aud get her name in print. A Des Moines, Iowa, druggist sent bis clerk out to drum for sales of 01L He carried the card of the proprietor and the picture of his girl iu his side pocket. He called upon a tradesman at Newton and tossed a card upon the counter, say ing he represented that establishment. The tradesman picked it up, gave it a steady look and said it was a fine est at iishment, aud was informed by the clerk that he had represented it about three years ; whereupon he remarked to the ' youth that hu supposed he would soon be a partner. The youth said he should be pleased lo sell him some coal oil, and that his establishment handled more oil than any other in Des Moines. The tradesman took another look at the card and asked the boy if he wasn't mistaken, -He bliinliingly guessed he was, as he re turned his girl's picture to his pocket. Connubialities. The true maid of honor is the girl who . does uot jilt her lover. Pere Hyacinthe has now become ft pared Hyacinthe. Are not hyacinths akin to tulips? There's a purple half to the grape, a mellow half to the peach, a suuny halt to the globe, and a beif.-r-balf to man. Billings says ; There ain't ennything that will koinpletely kure lazyness, but I have knowu a second wife to hurry it some. Can a young lady w ho refuses an offer be justly accused of slight of hand? was the last question up lor debate in the Keokonack I yet-u m. "Really, my dear," said poor Mr. Jones -to bis better half, "you have sadly disap pointed me. 1 once thought you a jewel ; of a woman, but you've turned out oulf .. a bit of matrimonial paste." "Then, mjr love, was the reply, "console yourself with the idea that the paste is very ad- ' besive, and will stick to you as long as you live. , . , ' "If ever you think of marrying ft wid ow, my son," said an anxious parent to his heir, select one whose Jint husband was hung ; thai' the only way to pro vent hei throwing his memory in your face, aud making annoying comparisons." "Even that won't preveut it," exclaimed acrusty old bachelor; " she'll then praise him aud toy hanging tea too good for you." A married lady who baa many admir ers was in company recently, where the maniage tie was the subject of conver sation, and a pleasant sparring arcs be tween ber busbaud, also present,: and herself. "Ab," she exclaimed at length, "you do uot think so highly ot the hy meneal kuot as I do 1" "Yes, I do," be, replied, "and it is only wheu yon wish to make it ft double beau knot that I object to it" ' "