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18 FCBilSHED EVERT SATTJRDAY ST EM'L WlLVfcBT, Proprietor, MASSEa'S BUM-PIHOS, MARKET SO.VAR'k, At 01.BO In AdvKftWr. II not pnll within 6 Month $9. s Swbttii(iotu Ihki fiir lfr 'fam Jfoaiat. ' ConMrift with thin entahlUhment li an wcten ' atveNKW 36b Ot'WOB, containing a variety of plain anil fancy type equal to any etntllhment fa the Interior of the State, for which the patron ags of the public li respectfully ollclted. JEREMIAH WMYDEK, Attorney at Law, Biinburr, Pa. All professional husl iiett Intrusted to hit enro will receive prompt nt ' tentlon In this and adjoining counties. Can be consulted both In English and German. Alio, District Attorney 'Of Northumberland county. . Au(C.BO,1870.-ly. "rSo. a.wimox, 3 ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 144 Fourth Avisi-e, Kotary Public, Plttibutg. Pa. Jan. 15, 1S70. ly. JO. IrlAItKI.K CO, Market Street, SUNBURY, PA. Dealer In Drugs Medicinal. Faints. Olla, Ola, Varnishes, Liquor, Tobacco, Clgari, '.?orkpt llook, fhilrles, c. O Market Square, SUNBl'RY.PA. Profeiiiion '1 builuen In thla aud adjoining counties prompt '.y attended t. ,pIt. A. . HA VI DUE, reepeetfullr XJ nouncei himself ai Physician aud Surgeon Ho the citizen of Sunbnry nud vicinity, having lo "eatedhiiuseir permanently on Market street, near ' ly opposln the FalrrooHut Hotel, where he can i---:...i.f,.i - .11 v....-. ..-v., 9,tit nMhwInnallv 3t cnusuiicu m m. ........ . r. llgag!d. apl4-ly C W. lIF.fJI.ER, Attorney at Law, north X xlde of Public Square, one door east of 'the old Hunk building, 8UNBCUY, PA. Collec tions and all professional business promptly at 'teuilfd to in the courts of Northumberland and adjoining counties. scptl.VCO jV. BIIIC'E, Attorney at Law, Bunbury, Pa. Otllee in corner room tip stairs, of Haupl't Nrw HulMinif, formerly occupied by O. W. Haupt, Esq. Collections of claims, writings, soil all Winds of legal business attended to carc fmlly aud with dispatch. April 3,'70-ly. CA. ItKDIKXNXYUEK, Attorney at Law, 8t.NlH.RY, PA. All business en 't rusted to his care ntteuded to promptly and with diligence. apl7-07 J'M7kAY ti.EM EXT, Attorney at Law, hVNBl'RY, PA. Collections and all pro f esslnunl biislni-ss promptly attended lo. inrliSl-08 r. t. imrxkn. t. h. hash. Bit I A Kit fc HASE, Attorneys and Coun sellors at Law, SINIU'RY, PA. (21ce on Chestnut street, west of the N. C. and P. A E. Railroad Depot. In the building lately occupied by Y. Lazarus, Km). Collections and all profess ional huaines promptly attended to la Northum berland ami adjoining "emutties. HVU'-t'l '1. B. ROY Kit. W. I. WOl.VEKTOS BOY Kit A WOIYVERTOX, Attorneys at Law, on second floor In Bright' new Willing, BVNBCRK, PA. 3. B. Boyer and W. J. Wnlvertou respectfully unuouuee that they have entered liitoco-partue rahip lu the pructice of their profession In Northumberland and adjoin tnr eoantles. Consultations can be had lu the 'German language. J1 !'.' B. MANNEK, Attorney nt Law, SUN- BURY, PA. Collections attended to In 'the eouuties of Northumberland, Unlou, Suy.ler, Montour, Columbia and Lycoming. apllO-Utf WM. M. HtH'KKrEI.I.KR. LLOYD T. KOIIKrUCB. T ROCKEFELLER KOIIRIIACII, IY Aitornevs at Law. hUNDURY. PA. Of- tlre lu Haunt'i new buildlnc. second iloor. Kn- 'trauve on Market Square. Janl-OS i . i i .... nsincss Gfttriis AXTHltAClTE COAL! tTALEXTIXE DIETZ, Wholwile and V Retail dealer in every variety of ANTHRACITE COAL, UPPER WJIARF, SUNBURY, TENN'A. All kinds of (Jrnlu taken in exchnnge for Cual. 'Orders solicited and tllle promptly, febli-71. . . MHOAI.S. I ACkHK HAAS. -fr RIIOABS A CO., V . UKTAII. MALHKS Or ANTHRACITE COAL, SUNBURY, PENN'A. Owen wctu Haas, Faarlt & Co., Orders left at Seasho'.U A Bro's., office Market PtriTt, will receive prompt atteuliou. Country eusiom respectfullv solicited. Feb., 171. tf. C" ioALt COAL! VoALl fiRAST BROS., bbippen aud Wholesale aud Retail Dealer! in WHITE AND RED ASH COAL, SUNBURY, PA. (i.owfw wuAiir.) t-f"Sole Agei.'.s, isislwurd, at the celebrated Henrv Clay Coat. JanlC0 "" EXt IIAXUF. LIVERY. J. M. UAUTlIOLJMEV, ruoritiKToF. FOTRTIl STREET, ABOVE MARKET, Nuubury I'u. TpilE be.t of riding and driving horses alwavs .1 mi hand to serve ruxloitien. Orders lell at the Central Mutel, for vehicles, will rerelte promi t slteutiou. Nov. S, 1.0. HEWIHTItV. (i EUltU E M. UEXX, in Aimsoit' VuiUllwj, Murktt fc'uar, Si'shiky, Pa., 'I prepare! lo do all kinds of ork pertalntug I 1 i. .. . .i.. X 10 t'enlisiiy. lis krr eonai.iiiuj uu uu u Uiur uasiutiiieat of leetb, aud other Deulul nian iul, rioiil wiiu-u ne iu urn un i 'i t niret I wauls of his customers. All Hoik w tirauted 10 jiNellfttl0,or (1st lif llllie ri f llldrt. I i.a eiy liel Mouth Wash aulTooth-Puwdir Vs.4 mi h.in I. In. 1. 1 irii 'n are tin nunisruus petrous for vhiu lie b.is win kid for tin last tlv yean. Mllil.:ilV, Ap.il '.'I, I ni1. MW VtHM f ISIIK unJu.iuiiea havuitf eouim'trM the 1 i. ,,.....-4 H. I....i.i..i ril'l U.tiKAlM it I'Hi'.tieJ l i'l,1 Ubttie tiui iii tror om., si: roit c aii. I'.'rf, St.ivc its I Nul, euaataatly vl ku4. Ciaia I tt. il iu ii.liiit fol t !. J. M t VliWiLLADEB ftuiibui.;, J.iu. IS, l70. II. Hint iiiiHks. lUi'Siiui Ksas. lire, I.IO i4 .lrrl4Hl INSURANCE AGENCY or MIII'M t A UI HII, mahki;t hiur.tT, si nui uy, pa. t uvifASlrsTkHUtskSlltli. N Aiuriliau, l'loUUIbU, Avlt, J 71 SSO i.Mlll'll, " " W tbU4H, he f JiS, " u. t .... ..a " " S.'4 M .u.ilu , JU kkJlkli 1 tu.ual 1 11,004 k.ia.ul SI k.i t 'nk St 4 an OIU i ft i'( 1-"J l JO i'.J.lJO t " f ,eu,oui I Hi lll4ld. I H.tuik A S. Voik " iUuo 1 1 " II..I, I "U'I'.U, 1 ,,.atti..u. l-4u, 1. 14111" I'U'U.1. 'blS, II N. ". iUni.oJ, lu.ll ll, I' l. Hulk. lK"H " lit U, "t, k , a..k A Wl-i' -'kii e t .....iu 1. 1 , S t wl t, Sal I. I. Ik I I. I. , K. I . -.! Wwt I '. lift) S .1 ib u,4U),'b..e, It tk l'i..i ,.l k.4 I I 11 1 II 4.. 1 I -li,, ..biial "! I .1 Uv 4 i'.'..i,. e-J- ui4 i"a A 41 v. 4) ' ...,lu.l .1 I. ml l SXJIBUKY T!tfvvnHcMi in into. ( Pllft m BO IX ADVANCE. ) jofcls nub (cstanrans. TTMIolv'VioTETTlO Bn, LJ Proprietor, Shnmnkln Btreet, Trevortou, Norlhumbtirlnnd county, Pa. Tbo table Is sup plied with the best the market affords, flood stabling and attentive ostlers. Jnn.21,'71 HOOVEK IIOI'KE, Third Street, at the depot, SUNBURY, PA., Wm. Krksr, pro prietor. Warm meals served up nt all hours. Fish, Fowls and Game. Fresh Oysters con stants on hand and served In every style. The best of wines and liquors at the liar. taTFamilies will be supplied with oysters done np lu any itylc, by leaving orders nt the Bar. V fNov.r,,-7t)-ly. KESTAIBAST A EATIXU HOUSE. CHARLE8 1TZEL, Proprietor. Chestnut Street, a few doori from the Depot. Bl'SCBCRT, Va., HAS open a Restaurant and F.nt!ng House, for the accommodation ofthe public. Warm meals ran be had all hours. Allkindsof eitiitn. flsh. serven up at suori aoiicc. ins bat Isiupplied with the brrtllquor in market, pains spared to please, and terms moderate. Sunbury, (September, 4lh 18W.- ly. No NATIONAL. LAUEK BEEB NALOOS, on tuird STnrnT, rbar tub pEroT, SUNBURY, PA. JOSEPII BACHERluforinsthe citUcns ofBun bury and tha public generally, that he has opeued a LAGER BEER SALOON at the above place. The bet of Lager Beer, aud Malt Liquors will be kept. Also Oysters, Ac., constantly serv ed up to customers IlTIOXAL HOTEL. AUGUSTUS WALD, Proprietor, Georgetown North'd Countr, Pa., at the Station ofthe N. C. R. . Choice wines and cigars at the bar. The table Is supplied with the best the market affords. od Ktublingand attentive ostlers. LLEUIIEXY IlOrSE, Col.. CIIAS. KLECKNER, l'joprietor. Nos. bl'J and 814 Market Street, above eighth, PHILADELPHIA. Terms, t'i per day. He respectfully solicits jour patronage. P' Yt'IFI5 1TEL, WILLIAM KS'GLE MAN rnq-i.i .or, Frout Street, between Chestnut an ' Wu' .ut Streets, Sunbury, Pa. Kept. 24, J87U. lv. AHIll WToT HOI NE, C. NEFF, Proprietor, Corner of Market A Sceond Streets, opposite the Court House, flunbury, Fa. May8S,'7U. HOTEL A- KEJtTAl'RAXT, THOMAS A. HALL, Proprietor, Sunburv St., weht SHAMOKIN, PF.NN'A. Meals served at all hours, at short notire. The best of Liquors at Irre BaT. The Table Is sup plied wKh the tost and latent in the markets. At tentive servauls. Terms moderate. Putranage Holicited. nl'.Tl9IEL,N UF.STAIRANT, LOUIS HUM MEL, Proprietor, Commerce St., SHAMOKIN, PENN'A. Havingjust retltted the above Saloon for the aecoinodut ion ofthe publle, Is now prepared te serve '.lis friends with the best lefreihuietitf, aud fresh Lager Beer, Ale, Porter, and all other malt quore. t AchYimrrmttY iioisE; JL K. B. BURN HAM, Proprietor, Corner Lacka wanna and Franklin Avenues, Seranton, Pu.,op- i ponile Delaware, Lackawanna Western Depot, j Free carriages to couvey guests to and from Depot. -iar. .-u, u.-iy. J. VALEU'5 WINTER GARDES ASU HOTEL JSei. 7S0, 722, 724 & 727 Vin 41., PHILADELPHIA. WINTER G aITd EN HOTE L, (OK Tim ECROrBAN riin) Ceutrally located, eonnecting lth all the CUy Passeuger Railway Cars, from all the Depots in the City. Excellent Aeconimodatioai for Tra vellerit Grand Yooal and InstrnnMerrtal Concerts every eTiulng in the -Summer aud Winter tiardeu. tg-Orchcttrivti Cwtcvrt A'vry AfUrnoon.J& TIKE I-DIES' RESTAV RANT THE RUST OF UKFRKSHMKNTS SBRVKI1. Office of J. Valer's Fouutalu Park Brewery, itee 4, lS70.-y. L I t I' " NTOBEI CHRISTIAN NEFF, Srennd Street, opiosite the Court House, SUN- "I'KV, PA.. , , Ile.peetfully inltes the attention of Retailers aud others, that he has on baud, and ill con stantly keep all kinds of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, CuimUiing of Pure Brandies: Cogniac, Cherry, GiiiKer, RiK-bellennd Olurd. Whi.kies! Pure Rye Cupper Jitllll M""B gabela, Apple nud Nectar. PURE HOLLAND GIN! Wines: Chainpagui Wine, Sherry, Port and Claret. Crab Cidsr, Chauipague Cider, N. Z. Rum, Urowu Stout and heoti li Ale. STOMACH AND BAR BITTERS, And all ota.r Liquors which can lie found in the city markets, which will be sold at Whole- sail and Retail. Every arlicli guaranteed as ; repie.enied -...1 11. .1"! I Also, ft larije lot l tit.MWOu.-vo and BoT I LFS, alwavs uu hand. I-J Outers proinptlj attended In, and pubile palruuage te.peclfully soliciled c sr.vf. Bunbury, July I, tHfiO. ly. iiauiiw tin: sioitt, J. ll. uMlrr.io. MAUKCT STUKF.T, SUNUUIIV, PA., HAH i.-c.ivJ uw airtiiiuii of all kluiU of lUr.l4ie, Cullei), MnuauK.' Tooli, Ac, ui ail et-i-iii,LM. aiw U.N"ii Makir a Mi (Ul. lluha, limn, hikr. Al..i, all klJ of j LeatUr lur Sl.,ui..Wii' auj Bailjltr'. tvrry llniif lu the llaruware liuccau te fouint oliuh J till ul4 1 U ae eau he bouitht u auy oilier rttahlubuitul '.a IU eouulij. tall au4 lUeir i.kS. I auabury, !. 11, MOOT fcllOK j HAM 1 At lllllK. j T IIR 4rkiu4 bwiiK eieeled ibna 011 thud Mini, uail uiH the t vuual ll"lrl, 1 uit .u. l 1. 1 uuuuU.lui all siud of in ill I AM SlP'tS iu the Uu-M nyi. IP lub I of lb ttiiy Ut sualiiy lu lb uiaikrt. IUvihk lul ll laut f xvk ol bl ready uiuile kl.att b the Ute tie, be obi -rllr euubue bli '.lf 1 H iUl'l) to IU4Uull lUi . I i.u inl.liw i luiiu-l to i-ull aud kifc Ms I', aud llliul I bur iMliooayc. itnue iakuabU. H miii.. done at (Won lii.liei, lUiSY )UuHNk-K. kuubuiy, Jus II, isfu. mttUl H X II I S HI K, I ll I At It ttlKS !. HUUIK KHUMi U k4ll' Itulldlu,, WaiSit -(ui ftuubuil. VI I. kJ itl fcVa aud kb'. luad lo uidil ll.iUl Ikl U.t IU4llll tbt b bliu. 1 I. K lining d-.uk al Ikuit yulut. t'ii.ll U'i.ll'oi .iuu4. c IS, lIU. IIO HI) Itllit. J ! feuutS Mfcobd Mll, bul iltlktSbt. 1 f. I MIl. W'tl fill II41IXJ N-t i'ib.d, u It a Uia k4 'H 1... 1 .1 .L ... ft... ....I L 1 ... 4 i 4i,-ti"'. ( iii4u ui 4 toiuw. , t im i i.jb. Ai-uii.,.. tij.,t'i, , " M-i,i-i.i U-4-, An, 4', .l wl biih i It l'l 'I ' ' ''.4k I'.) ,4'S I' fe J IVI I'kll I, k m.4 t ei-l S--.id a. I i-n , bi u IS aael'iquf SUNBURY, PA., BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. JR. JOHNSTON, Physician of this celebrated Institntlon, has discovered the most certain, speedy, plensnut and effectual remedy In the world lor all DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. Weakness of the Back or Limbs, 8trlctnrea, Aflectlnus of Kidneys and Bladder, Involun tary Discharges, Iiniiotency, General Debili ty, Nervousness, Dyspepsy, Lu lienor, Low Spirits, Conl'iulim of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness or Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affections of Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels these terrible Disorders afafng from the Solitary Habits of Youth those secret nnd solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song ol Syreus to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their mint brilliant hopci of anticipation!, reudering marriage, Ae., luipoi ible. IOUNO MEN especially, who have become the victims of Boll tarv Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which uunuully sweeps to au untimely grave thousands of vounc neu of the most exalted talents and ntllinnt Intellect, who might other wise have entranced listeulut; Senates with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstacy the llviuir lyre, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. Married Persons or Young Meu contemplating marriage, aware of Physical Weakness, (Loss of Proereutlve Power lmpoteney), Nervous Ex citability, Palpitation, Orguuie Weakness, Ner vous Debility, or auy other Disqualification, speedily relieved. He who places himself under the care of Df. 3. may religiously confide lu his houor as a gentle man, and confidently rely unon his skill as a I'll siciau. ORGANIC WEAKNESS, lmpoteney, Loss of Power, Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored. This Distressing AHettton which renders Lire miserable and luarriageimpossihle is the penalty paid by the victims of improper Indulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful conseqenem that may ensue. Now, who that understands the subject will pretend to deny that the power of procreation Is lost sooner by those falliuglnto Improper habits than by the prudent I Besides being deprived the pleasures of healthy offspring, the most serious iiuil dest ructive symptoms lo both body aud mind unse. I be system becomes tic ranged, the Physical and Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Proereutlve Power. Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, a Wasting of liie Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay aud IVuth. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. Persons ruined in health by unlearned preten ders who keep thciu trilling mouth after month, taking polsniious aud Injurious eompouuds, should upply Immediately. DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. Lon don, Graduated from one or the most eminent Colleges in the United States, aud the greater part of whoie ife has bet-u spent iu the hospitals or London, Pris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled with ring ing iu the head uud ears when asleep, great nerVousuei's, Wing alanftcd a"t ttdieu sounds, basbfuliiess, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of uiiud, were cured Immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured themselves by improper Indulgence and lolitary habits, which ruin both body and luiud, unlilting them for either btsiaeBS C.udy, society or imir riaee. TunsR are some of fhe sad and melancholy effects produced by -early habits of youth, vii: Weakness of the HktK and Limbs. Pains in the Back- and Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss or Mus eular Power, Palpitation or the Heart, Dyss'psy, Nervous IrritahUfcy, DwangcrncM of Ditrc-tive Function, KeBerai Detiility, Symptoms of Cou sumpUon, Ae. Mkstai.i.t The fearful effects on the mlud are much to be dieuded Loni of Memory, Con fusion or Ideas, Depression or Spirits, Evil Forebodlnga, Aversion to Society, Seir-Distrust, Ixive of Solitude, Timidity, Ac, are some of the evils produced. Tuot'SAMiB of persons of all ages can uow ludire what is the cause of the.ir declining health, losing their vigor, becoming, weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, liavine a singular appearance about the eyes, cough and symptoms of consump- j lion. I YOUNG MEN Who have Injured themselves by a certain prae tice Indulged iu when alone, a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the eflecta of which are ulirhllv felt, even when asleep, uud If mil cured, renders marriage Impos- ! ible, and dint my s both mind and boJy, should , apply Immediately. j Whiit a pity that ft young mau, the hope of his i country, the darliug of his )ireiils, should be I snatched from all prospects and enjoyments ot life, by the couseqiieuce of deviating from the ( ratU of nature uutl ImlulKiu in uct-rlaiu bot-rrt reflect I hats, ounu niiud aulUv are the ..-.u.. . r h ....tiil.it... Il tirilllll.lM I'llllllUblMl llUIIIll- uv. lutttej aitliout tliei',Vll jouilit) lurounu hie Uvouin a rjr illt;rini:ttv the 1 ro.K-ii 1 hoiirlv darkenn to the Tie! the uiiud Ircouie tbuilo'ttid with ilmair aud tilled Kith theuitlau- ! ehuly rtlln'ilim, that the bj lluo of auother 1 l.rtuiut bliiililc.l with our own. A t tit TAIN HISKAf E. ! W hen the miuided and luiruUut votary of 1 pUaiuie limU that he bae liulntxrd tha d of lhi I'aiuful Uitcane, ll loo ofteu haiicii thai an I ill-luiicd mums of titume, or drtad uf diacotcry, I dun hiiu In iu ai'i'lviai; lo tho who, from ! eduiulloii and r'ivvtahility, euu alone hefriemt hiiu, deUyiliK till the couelilullolial nuiitoiii ot , this horrid dmeae luaWc their u(earaui'e, nu ll : a ultriatitd or throat, diiatd boe, uoclurul i I'auie Iu the head and liuil, Uiiuuvt of kihl, ' dratutx, uotka uu lbs tbiu hoiitk aud arui, bliaebce on the brad, la. aud extreuiilire, l'io kieini; with Iriifhllul rui'idiiy, till at lal Iho i.alale of the mouth or the hour of the iioe fall 1 in, aud the vlillm of IhU lul diM.ac hcioiur a horrid ohjti l of eouiiuixiuiiou, till dwith uu a l'un.l lo hi dreadlul .uUcriiik', by kiuilln. , biiu to "I hat I udikiuverkdC'ouuliy flout huuie ' uo IravlUr ixiiMbt." U i a laelaueholy fa 01 that lbouaud 1'IF viclllli to thik larrlble Uiae, through falling lino I lie baud of I'iioraut or uiikkilllul f Ut- , '1 tNliKHS. aim. by the uu uf lliul deadly I'ui- kou, Mt-rcuo, Ac, detlcuy the eoutiauliou, aud iuciwbu fcf curiutr, ti(i lb uiiba('(.y tutleivf lauuib utur luoiiiu usiut! tutu uuviuu ur iu Juritiu euuilHiuud, aud lu.lea l uf beiiiu rekluied l a reuvl ul LU ig'Kaud lla l'lu, lu due- tir Km hiiu "Ub ruiutd lUalib lu ikU ivvr i tailing diiuloiuliUbiil. Iu utb, tbi'iefure, In. JoU.Tos ,Udti hiiu If In iiiti the Wwl liniolable Seeicey, uud I liuiu bl ttleutive j rai iku uud obcrailuu In I I bo fcU4l Iliil4tt ul tuiulHi, and !' Hral lu I Ibu vuuulry, vii KugUud, fr.tuc, ublUdvl'hU j aud elkvabeie, 1 eu.ibud lu ullvr Ib uiul er I UlU, kdy aud trJxluul reined) Itt lb Murlil M all dikvaK uf nio.iu.bui. lK JiillSalliV, nrrilE, SU. 1, H. lllk.lil.UU K sTUKK f 1 mitiuuaa, VI. li. 1.4. K baud kid ("Ills' floui Uulllluul lllul, a lew I d'o'ik 1 1 lb eu4 Mi r ail uut tu ulwii uaui aud uuiuKts I l Nu Ultrtt llv.4 Sbl MJlfi4 aud 1 eubUlulu 1jU'M tu Iw J uu lb U'l. I'- ..... ..... .I.....I.I kl .l.. M kU.I bllil M. lull.... . t I v f--" - ' ul 4dtulUtlueul Jik-lll'll. i)lluU4. I I IU.it ai ku ui4uy I'lliv, ISfuIuh aud ' Vtuilbltt lu. U-UI4 kdtnlltluK tktuiktille a ' fbjki. uni, IhUih- ailkaud luiuiug lb lvUk 1 ul ail ku ui.lf iluualvi) UII lulu lb. II puael, , I but I'l. J..ku.uu d.uia U lii.eal) lU u j I Uil lU Ib'M UU4t'U4lUlv4 llS bl Ku4. I 1 t4i Ikt ki t u4vulUlk ul li-luu4 l) ; bua iu bu utu . I1Ikiiii(,vi ur 111a rain. 1 1.1 u-i') IkxitMkid tuiv4l Ibuj t-tUbilik Itttul, all'l ul, au4 lb kuuttiutt lut u.ilaul auiaual iiiialbat l..au,v4 by l ) aVu.lu. Uui m4 t I be iiuit.ulliiM ul tk tlt.t at.4 bwu) vakil l', h ..twl klkkk 414 ( 1441 14 44lU U4 44111 U lui lb UblU , U.lbt Luj t4ul..4 at ,..lau. u 1k4i4.lt! 1.4 l..,.t.Ll.U, t t-UUKUt a4l4alt tu Iktib.i.t klk I'lsl rilHH IfalO hllklll ' I &iTur "'neairfu mntVrwDiQ SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1871. THE OUTCAST. Bleak winds of winter, sobbing nud moaning, Pluck not uiy rags with your pitiless hand t Here In the darkness, cold and despairing. Homeless, and friendless, and starving 1 stand. Scourged by the white Icy whips ofthe tenipert I waudcrforlorn ou my desolate way, Forgotten of earth, nnd forsaken of heaven. Too frozen to kneel, aud to hungry too pray. I look nt the stately and palacc-llke dwellings That line with their grandeur thu pathway I tread, I faucy the brightness and warmth of the hearth stone, The plenteous board with the wine and the brevd I 1 see the heads bowed with a reverent meaning, A blessing Is breathed o'er the sumptuous fare ; Will it rise to the ear or the pitiful Father, Or die of the cold, like tin vagaboud'i prayer I Hark 1 midnight. The chime from the church tower ubove me Drops solemnly down through the whirl of ttie the storm I If one could but pass thttseh fte gate to the ponal, Ooeld sleep there , uud dream it win lighted and warm. Give way, cruel burs ! let me through to a refuge! Give way I but I rave, and the Uerce wluds re ply i 'So rooin.i iu His house for lils vagabond chil dren, "No room in Ills porch for an out cast to die." No room In tho dwellings no room In the churches. No room iu the prison for hunger's no ciime; Is there room in the bed of a river, 1 Wonder, Deep down by the pier iu the ooze and the slime t Mock on, tauuting w ind ! I can largh Vack an ":' iiuswcr, An hour, ami your bitterest breath I defy ; Since burs shut me out of God's house among mortals, I will knock at the gate of his home lu the sky! Sfribtwt or Jure,. tulles j& ?hftcbco. TCR.ix A ScitEivT I5ut you won't sell him, Tom?' said Mrs. Tozcr. j'y-tho way, my twine is Tozcr tlie Ki'Vi-ifiid Tlioinas Tiwcr, M. A., formerly uf Cain's College, Cambridge, nud uow of Stojrglosby Heetory, Lincolnshire Mrs. Tozcr being my wil. My dear,' 1 said, 'humanity ishtimauity, but iueomes are incomes ; and thougli the former says no, the latter says yes. I can not ullbrd to turn tliu paddock into a hos pital for decayed horses. This lameness decides it ; and old Prince must go.' 'lint where shall vou sell him V 'Well, I shall not sell him at all ; Mr. Tcmsou will do that for me at llorucasllc Fair to morrow. I am goino tildrive him over. 1 dure say l'riucu cau bubble that distance.' 'And what do you suppose you will get for him V said Mrs. Tozcr. 'Oh, not more than ten pounds,' I repli ed. Dear, dear ! What a shame it seems to part with poor old l'l inee for t -n ponmls !' 'My love,' I said, dcciaivcly,iii that tone which always closes a dincusHion, 'it is not the ten pouuds, but-thc cost of keeping the old horse. If you like to do without our having another, well and good. Stout walking-boots sutllce for me in winter.' Hut Mrs. Tozcr Hcemed to lliink that it would be :t pity to let our four-wheeled chaiec grow mouldy in the conch-house : and the towseqtleuie was that the next morning at eleven o'clock 1 was driving my church-warden, Farmer Tomson, over the half-dozen milcH that intervened between Mogglesby and tho world-fancied horse lair; but very sleivly, for l'fiuee's limb iu what horsey people call 'the off fore, leg' was rather marked. 'Fcrhaps you'd like me to do the other bit of business for you. Mast.T Tor.er V said my companion. 'Well, no ; think vou,' I said. 'If you'll do the selling part, I shall he obliged. 1 think I'd rather buy for myself. I don't boast, uiiud ; but if there is anything secu lar 1 do kuow u little about, I think it is a horse.' Fanner Tomson chuckled. Well, well,' he said : "don't get took in, for they're a rough lot down here at fair ! Him. "Tluit's precisely why I want you to sell Priuce lot- me. 1 kuow they would gel him from me, and then there would bu some dillieully nbout paymeul ; uud, as a clergy man, 1 dou't wau't. to be mixed up with auy unpleaMintuess And besides, you see thcclaas of men who goubout buying lamu horkeii are uui ill 00 with whom 1 care to have dealiiiga.' All right, parson, all right,' said Tom sou ; 'only don't blamu me if 1 dou't get cuouuh lor him. I promit-c you, ihough, that I'll bring back thu ready caali.' 'Ihiyour Ust, Tomson, 1I0 your best, aud I ahall imt complain,' I said, for I hud implicit coiilideucu in him, his only failings being to great it leaning toward g'ui-aud-wall r, uud a leudi'iicy lo fatiiiliarily, us evinced in hiw udJassiug his pastor us 'Parson.' Wu reached the In ad iuu ; I brought out a halter, and Mr. Tomson led oil' poor rid I't'iiii'i', the old chiitsu and liaru.es being lell iu charge of ihu hostler, a fresh man. As the old horse was led oil ho seemed to give mu a mournful look, as though he would have said. lhi vou turn your hack , ,ja ujhhi your old fi ieudt 1" And then I hu tsetil limping out of thu yard, whiskiii his u ni v tail about iu 4 iiu-Uni'Uoly maiiiier; ami 1 lliouu'lil uf Iho many limea lliiatu four m hue alia kiu had gmiu over the road Willi our modest t'oliveyaueu ; never too l.ml ; never l ikinj lilghl ; never kli)illg ; never be 111 inserted, U to thu hind sliak- ' illgk, ill In leu kick tllloiljjU Ihu Splash- board. Aud I thought llialif, fur Ihuilvu- I aild Itii.ty pounds ( (jot u lioud a kleed lo dMell mill U fur thu liekl lell )eulk, I I khuilld do Meil. j I Heni iuio iheeortiu i.niii In uuil r'ur-1 liar loiu.iu reluiu, ainUonuliow 1 talll- 1 tr reiMelli il that 1 had not enlliil iu a teteiiiiitiy kiiignoii, ami givtii t'uuuu tiioiitli rtkl Inil Ihu iiekl iiiiiiuiu 1 drove away Ihu lnnit(lil, uud klualal lla window, iukliii out ul Ihu buky I0111101I uf ihu litllu iouu el Ul II14 Ihu Iioimi bill. My w lie Ii4l kilpllluled u 4 h"luak tllUell hku i'liui u a t would gi I aud a I l'd uaaiuv uul, 1 k4 oiuj 01' wu ually iuik 1 j lug tub, with oiiu, two, and even I line I a bllu tlta tlUid U. t, but Uu! one, liku old 1'iuiie, with four. I Uul I euu I klady tkal,' I Ihouhl lu UiVMlf. ' V U'wal kouud hoi mi U what I lw i iiolie, aud 4 Walk UV d Vib U liktl) lu La lltti 1110 1 u iluiabU.-.' I ! Uloii I had w4tU4 hall ihroah Uuj day Ub'ie lit4, 4lkU4 iiMltat'U Wae Utik. ' Will, how U4u )uM it u4 I' t Mkl. 'I Hi, ut a well 4 I kaiU4, 4l"l ', Im iv etui.it lliioj Uu 4 i44 koitu hjuii'I 4 Urf 'audlu. datl-id U-ut k'Mtteini ioi l,'U Ik WlbU. m 'I was disappointed, for I had expected double, but I did not say so. Tomson 3:tw it thougli. 'It was its real value, parson,' lie t,?.l quietly ; 'the horse was lame, dead lame.' 'Don't say another word, Tomson, pray,' I said, harshly. 'I am ludced modi obli ged.' 'Vou're quite welcome, parson. I shall look in on you itt the morning about that bit of wall in tho church-yard, nud .then you can show me your new horse-purchase. ' 'Bui won't you let mo drive you back V I said. 'No no, thanky,' he said ; 'I dare say I shall bo late, Oood-moriiiug ; and be on the look-out for sharpers.' Farmer Tomson departed ; nnd I went about tho town attending to a few domestic commissions before venturing upon the prime business of the day. At lust, though, 1 had a look round, to see splendid carriage horses selling at from two ho ad red and fifty lo three hundred guineus a pair, nud hunters, park hacks, ladies' well-broken mares, sturdy cobs, gigantic cart-horses - very pescription of the cquino race : but tnougli 1 wamierca nuout lor quite au nour and it half, I could not see the sort of cob that took my eye. Invitations to buy Iliad in plenty from cunning-looking gentlenicu, who could see what! was about; but a word from any one of these horsey-looking gentry was sutlicieut to put me on my guard, and lo take me to another part of the fair. Tired at last of the noise and bustle the shouting horse-dealers and the trotting hoofs, 1 beguu to wish that, after all, 1 hud intrusted some one else with the commission and walking back to thu inn, I had a glass of sherry aud a biscuit, sat down for half tin hour, and then went to have one more look,intending,if I were unsuccessful in my scatch, to lure a horse from thu inn to drive back, aud then trust the case to other hands. 'Plenty of horses are brought through advertisements,' Isaid to myself ; 'and old Baldox could examine it ;' Mr. Baldox being the vet who came round our neigh borhood. 'The very thing I want,' I said to my self the next moment ; but all the same, I preserved a strict appearance of want of iuterest ; for just then a ruther red-faced young fellow, in a quiet groom's livery, passed me, leading a very good-looking full head, short, well-carried tail, four black legs, good dark, glossy coat, but rather playful-looking, and giveu to dance about. I let the man pass me two or three times as I looked unconcernedly on while first one horsey man wcut up, and Iheu another, wauling lo try the horse, nud talking iu loud depreciatory accents ; but the groom was very surly, aud seemed as if ho would have none of them, always walking otf a few yards before he came to another stand. 'Horse for sale, my lad ' I said at last. The groom looked at mo surlily all over, his eyes resting brag on my white haudker chiel. 'Do you wau't to buy one ?' he said chief at lust. 'Well, I don't know,' I said, smiling, 'but that don't seem to me the way to sell him.' 'Oh, don't it ! Pr'aps it don't said the man. l kuow what l iu up to. 'What's the price V I said, as I walked round the cob, liking his looks moro aud pal"- Jlu WRS uwa."" Jjtgy iUttl wiy nn,i in tjro annro ovr- morc. antique garments, earned a long stall, and, JuTrfJ .lhes wisL.acre, ns a general Now look here,' said the groom, gazing j with his protuso heard streaming in the i lin ftre tota , iumm 0, ,ho first priu at mc as scarchingly iu him lay ; Mo you i ind, presented such an awe inspii mg ap- , of Dusinefjs; yUt so j'.ir froln this fact wan t to buy mm r itecause, ji youuo, say ! i"-"""' '"'"V ' j detcirmg tliem Irom passing remarks, tticy so ; If vou dou't, just leave mu alone, : Irom htm in atlnght. hen he paused , j.rjubly condemu iu proportion to their please, for I've been humbugged enough ; 4ke to Uio clu dren, he. told tKtn to i,,nowCtv. xhus for instance, if a man inr oiik dav i go back and inform the tieonlc that a new n,i n. .-..i nrin,r. ai.nni.i Well my lad.' I said, 'you arc not very civil ; bu: I do wau't to buy a cob.' He looked at me again, aud then, a bright thought seemed to flash across him. 'You're a clergyman, niu't you V 'Yes.' I wid smiling. 'Then Where's yowr card?' He smiled triumphantly as he said this, evidently thiukiu! that he had posed me ; but I drew out my curd-case and gave hiiu a card Uev. T. Tozer, Stogglesby Uectury . when the man's face underwent a com-1 plcte change, aud he touched his hat rc- , speetfully. I 'Ben pardon. Sir : but I didn't know but .what you might to a chanter dressed up j like a parson. -Master sctii me Here to sen tlie pony .and told me to to very careful ami net get done, aud Fvu nearly Ifcu chislad j out ot Iiim twystc. Here s tnese icitows come round you with Hash uutesaud dulling Kiivriiigs, and more dodges than you'd ever think of, and it makes oue suspicious.' 'Who is your masier V I said. 'Mr. George Smith, sir, of Louth.' 1 did not kuow tho gentleman, but the livery-buttons ou tliu groom's coat bore the well-known crest of the Smiths a list clinched upon a hammer aud I usked hiiu a few more questions. 'What is he iariiug with the cob lor 1' was among the rest. 'Missus used to drive him sir ; but wero going lo have a broom uow aud a sixlceu hauder. It is a pity though, for this here's ua uicu u little tiling us ever stepped. That quiet you may do any maimer o'thiug with him.' '.Not very young, my lad,' I said, kuow iuj;ly, after a look 111 thu horse's mouth. No, Hr, hu ain't young ; but ho ain't a old 'oss. Master's only had him two uars i 1 don't believe he'seiglityeur. ttiatldoii i.; i . i i ... .. ,i tn i I l ,r..e. I. on myself ; aud then hu was oucu luoru rc dueed to thu halter. 'K.ilher mole sluli.h llntu I like,' 1 said. 'kiitish, Mr !' said the grouiu. lluaiu'l kkiltish : but I tell vou vvh'U hu 1, Sir I he's that lal und l.uy, uud lull ol play, that hu' sihii eil. Just Uliev tuuisuii. fir, uuv u i lo a liuisu box. uud thu luiua eoiumg uiul id blow 1114 )oU out Willi com at uuieul.ir lime lul you blew upon il. uuldu'i you bo kklUi.il t h.V, keu how blow ho i, hu 1 luighl du Iwo I'tuUi niuru au hour ll ho MHII'U'l lul. ' I Well, and uow how about prion V I 'r oily uuiiieu, Mr,' 4t4 luu fcrooiu '. UIV Il4l IHJUllll ill Hold.' . - -.. I .1 .!... I ' It IU. ll inettii iiiav uv-uii.i'iiiiij ('iiuu Will WHY lillU, Ml'li'w I 111 1 1..... 1 . si 1 -.1.1 HI 1 hked Ihu Uiieo, Iho luuH, aud ihu i;li4i4e Ur a ol tlw ailair altogether lliu uioolll looked h.lld kl UIO for 4 fcw Ulollielil, Slid Iheu his lueu W I lulled all UVef lulu 4 iiiiplu gnu ' iV ill, sir, uiaaiur ft.u.1. 'Ak Ions laiuiid, and ktuk lu ill but if you tuu'l gel livv 4i4 Ikiity, bttuj hiiu Uttk agaiu. " I ItM.kud ihu ih over and nn nu, fill hlhiakalid klliab. and, WilU kU I" I IliuiiipuUlUiii, found liuu 4 iUU I a 4 Uiul. UII, buy Ltd,' t Mid, altei bulduij l.iiu thill) iu vaiu, l li g'to )uu ihu litw au4 Unity Hiuutl.' 'uiiiiui Mr-' Well, 4 iWek ou lialUIS bwl'k Will du T' I aald, uiilik4. 'I d Ut I kltuW U"Llus kbukll klutka U" uuU. ai( j tatllUfi, l"l luu, kmtt Said lUtl U4 i u4 ibu 'k)lihtkl WW v 0141 ok. U-4 by iu) let hiaj ihu k'U 1 1 011 Ibw Uai.V Ut y. m If I ' I' Una Uiafug lh 1 ttl -4 IU' III; I'll JL 1 9 J Xtw Nerle, Vol. 9, Xo. ( Old Hrlrm, Vol. SI, No. 1. 'Thought it was nil ndo, Sir,' said tho man tnuchins his hat nnd brichtcniuc uii ; and then,on my rvincn'ibci V. wMi flVo smiling?, no let my pnr ".iaie to tno inn, where ho was put : 'r.Vid J. drove home, deligMod with my bar.o.iin, for no horse could has gono b'jttef. He required a touch or two with tho wl.'p once, but, on the whole, he trotted along most reX'ctably and was us nice looking a plump cob as a parson need wish todrivo. Our boy was absent ou my return, nnd 1 had to take the new horse out myself, my wife coming to see him by lautcrn-liht, patting him, and expressing hei admiration loudly Farmer Tomson, being nn early man, was over next morning by the timu we hud donu breakfast ; and 1 proudly led him out to tho stable, unfastened the halter, nnj brought out the purchase smilingly, while the old mnn walked round il, and round it again ; looked at its head, its tail ; ran his had all over it : stooped down by its legs one by one, and then looked at ma. 'Well,' I said, 'What ouht I to have given for it 'Pound a leg 1' he exclaimed. 'Pooh 'nonsense !' 1 said. 'What's he worth V 'Pound a lei; I tell VOU. man. WIlV. drat : it, parson you've bought your own old boss ', iigiun . 'What!' I exclaimed, laughing. 'Absurd !' exclaimed Mrs. Tozer, who just then joiued us. 'Why, Prince had four white legs, nnd he'd follow mc about like a dog. And so will you sonic day, . then a poor follow, then !' j To my utter surprise, the horse walked the remark as a slur cm the name of voca up to htr and put his nose in her baud, as ! turn, accept it as a toniplmicut to your in I had seen Prince do a score of times 1 thought I knew a little about horses. hut I did uoU The hollows over poor Prince's eyes, that had bceu blown out, hollowed out again ; his docked tail grew, nud the dye wore otf his four stockings ; while the 'dodge in re-shoeing, him so ns to give a limp to ihc near fore-foot, was shown to mc by the old farmer ; nnd I learned how that, where two legs were lame, they formed a pair, and the lameness was not noticed. But, after all, I did not lose thirty-one Sounds live ', for upon choking down my isgust, and asking Farmer Tomson 's ad vice, lie said : 'Turn him out in the pad dock ; the lameness may go oil'; but dou't think of trying law. Heat tho first loss, and don't throw good moucy after bad. I'll never say nowl about it.' Neither did 1 till now ; and in proof of my journey not being all loss, the lameness did go oil", nud we drove old Prince till ho died suddenly, five years alter the Turning of the Screw. Miscellaneous. 'The Wandering Jew." A rumor comes from a village near Ant werp, that the historic "Wandering Jew" has been secu m that neighborhood . , ' is reported as having passed rapidly through the market place, and ns having ou the outsKirts ol tiie village addressed lie village addressed a , Children, WHO, bolder few words to some i"n ?ir companions luiu nmowcu in ma . . . i.. I ruler had arisen in Europe, who would bring Belgium, Hoihtud and other couu tries under hrs swav, that many strauge vicissitude's would bu wituessed, and that many proud heads would to brought low. On tong questioned ns to his name, he re plied, 'Soek not to kuow. 1 have been here before in the past, 1 shall to here again in the future. Until the end of time I shall walk the earth uueeusingly.' Thu apparition then waving its hand, turned from the children aud resumed its plod ding walk, uud disappeared iu thu dis tance. Tho report of this appearance of the "Waudering Jew" has caused a great ex citement among tho believers in the legund, nud tho truth of the legund is credited throughout Belgium. The legund of the Jew who had witnessed the crucitixiou, aud wander over the earth until the time of Christ's second coining, originated iu thu middle ages, aud can to traced back to thu chronicle of Iho Abby of St. Albans, which was copied and continued by Mat thew Pari. This chronicle relates that iu lJ'JS a certaiu Archbiship, of Armouia Major, came lo England ou a visit to sa cred places, aud while enjoying the hospitality of the Abby of M. Albans, umoug other strange stories, related that there was a man Joseph living in Arme nia, wiio iiad witncfcscti tno cruciuxion This man. originally called Cutaphilus, was a porter iu I'ilatu's sett ice, nnd while 1 Jesus mu (Kissing out from thu judgment , hail impiously struck him ou tho back, tuying, "Go quicker, why do you loiter " j Jesua looked buck Ml him with a severe ( countenance and said. "1 am coing, but . vou will wait till I return Aud accord- ; io.j v --. - i baptised, and hi iiumu was changed to Joseph. In lsIJ thu "Waudering Jew," upiaaivd at llauiburg, lelliug a alory siiui to 1 1 iu one ubove. lie, however, said thut lus nuiiio wa.t Ahasiierus, uud llul 1m was a khociuuker who struck Jesii on Iho back while 011 Iho way to tiolgoiliit. t his par- lieu lur a ikjii 1 di kciilxd u a UU mau, 1 ul alaiiil .'ai jear of Ug', Willi Kaig hair , hanging duwil to hisshullldel, buieliaited, . .. 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A lew yeaia Utter Uiu 'As aiidei ma Jew " ar 1 1 ui miiihi.iii'.j. and toiiij laioiu 1 no iiuvi - ----- - . j liale UiloimeU llieiU llial nu ima ki.iuit Iiiui 1 uy juat itu iiiiiivt4 , Wbb It kUlellKlil, 11 la kkMlted.Wa proved lu Ul liuu, by 4 lelueuev lu muiiu luwu ! neoritv Ut btikl wa luurd ol III Ihu ' S ml llldua, and a.' till ill I lalieu, wliele, ill lull, hu taUked Hilllilt'l4blu St liaalioll, hi pIVM lU W 'alUJ 4eculll4llluvl Ji-kllUt," iltu buillialU. lU Aplll .'Jd, Wit, aM l.litl.liul el.tliiiiiu total ihu " V and' '"4 , Jv 4 " api4u4 lu IhtUktU, and lold hi 1 , l"iy I'J the luiuuiou laioplu ; U. hi-w tel, i had khdB.nl Uul ipilU U MbWi ol Ihiaihal. ' I UiUI twlad hiiu il l44i I a.pinltiu. I hi , k-iuad Ue lomud Ihu uhml 4 uuiuen.u it.i.oUr UtlUd lit llw diikiviil Lu.ua.t i ul Vuio. and k"t t'f iKf'Uki UU aud . ' uuiiU. Lv dl.lltluttl'td auil'.'l. ll UtaS 1 bu lulu imwlkti, khal U114 I ui loti lii)IU ! eUl lu .4 li,lluiU4m that I e4 tU li"l f I kl. Juhu, Iwibl tutu, white Jtuk vl J' hu, ' If I will thai k isiit till I 'S islhl u ADVERTISING SCHEDULE 10 Lines, or about 100 Words, Hike Sqiaro 1 Sq S Si S i' 4 S fc'ort Veol'l eot this week 1.00 V.00 8.5U l.W ft.00 s.Oo lt.OO Two weeks I. Ml 5.00 .S0 .00 H. 00 1 1.00 18.00 Three " 8.00 8..V) 4.M .0o fl.OU 1 3.00 20.00 Tour " SO 4.5tr 5. 40 6.00 10.00 H.0HS8..W l ive 8.75 5.00 0.50 7.00 U.00 17.00 W.00 Six 8.on 6.7;, 7.6O S.00 18.0018.0087.50 Twomo'e ;t.J5 7.50 8.W1 V.OO 15.00 w.ooao.oo Three" .5(l 8.00 9.W 10.00 80.00 85.00 40.0 SIX 5.00 V.OO U.OO i'J.00 JS.0OS5.00 50.00 Nine " 8.0010.(K'18.O015.O0;;5.O045.(0?5.00 One Tear 8.00 13.00 15.001.00 40.00 tiO.OO 11.00 thee? foDoW 4iou me. Then went this nyrng tibrond among the brethren that 1 1. .I?. .1. . 1 1 ..... jlth disciple should not die." "Only a Shop Girl." Tha ciTie ) I heard theso words used by a lady friend while siieakiug of au acquaintance, anssti- inable young lady who was not ashamed of t the fact that she earned her living ou a J shoe machine. The tone used by thu yuuug I lady relerred to, seemed to convey the iin ! pression that tho young lady in qucstiou j was greatly injured by being "only a shop i sirl." Now I know a great many people who have just such erroneous impression,. I who really feel that if a girl works for a living, she is a little below par in genteel society ; but it seems to me that theso peo ' pic who cam their own subsistence, aro the only independent ones among us. It . h no degradation to bo honorably employ. ! ed ; on the other hand, I always feel a ro- spect for a young girl who thus takes her . fortune into her hands nud quietly works I for living. 1 know of many girls who ! have good homes, and are free to livs al home without work, but who prefer work in a shop, to idleness at home. Such girls are surely no less worthy of regard. I atl- mm their tncrsv, and thev are worth are worth s rlnri-n nl'vonr Imv milL-.nn.l.wnlnr nfV.,ir. who i!lo "away tho hours of life, too laty to work aud too proud to appreciate tint beauty of indetiendent labor. Dou't bu ashamed to work, girls; go into a shop, or kitchen, or anywhere that you tan nod suitable employment, and if anvhnclv aava. or even looks"ouly a shop girl," hold your hvtA a little hii-her. and iustcad of takin dustry and independence, ever giving to I thu world by your industrious habits tha lnunvssHKi ih.it a "shop utrl" is refill v above those girls who lor fear of being obliged to work, will bu found living Upon the hard earnings of parents who can ill aford the burdeu, but who, with a singular mix of pride and poverty, cucourage tlw inactivity of their xrhiMrcn, aud Uncom plainingly work early and late to support girls who are much Letter able to work foe tlicmvelves, but who at tho same time look down upon a shop girl. I had much rath er be a shop girl, working to pay my board, clotho myself aud enjoy my leisure devot ed to reading or study. And nnothor thing, girls, remember, it is more honor able to havo the bauds soiled by work on a shoe macliiuc, than to sec tho grey hairs grow thicker on a Sutler's Iwad, or the fur. rows deeper on his brow, nnd all for hard work to support ft family too lazy to sup port themselves, and too proud to soil theit delicate hands by contact with a shoe ma chiuu or any other meant) of honorable em ployment. Show mc a smart, active girl, who is neither ashamed uor afraid of work, and I will show vou a girl who will mako i a good wife and a useful monitor of hocW- I Failures of Business Mex. An ex j rtfiatiivn Ikiu f. klLtwitirr Ci-mbittln Wvtiinrlrfc iu regard to tho failures of business men. i hen a m?m laiis in business it generally happens that scores of his ncQiraiu'tances dL.Uvi;r tlcir ,,ii0ns on Hu subject wiih- ,,, ,,, rli..l,l,. i ,.,.., ..,! nl,inlnnv. UUl lilt' l'llllHV.-t tVlld 'Ml ItUWI V . I ' 1 M u boJ , unfortunate cuou-h to them 1 he happen to fail, the puplic generally will wag their heads solemnly and at 0111 say: "Fast horses will ruiu auy man." Now wo know scores of our best busiuess men, men who have made fortunes by attention to bu siness, nud yet these men all have horses some for Sliced ami some for tiK-ssure. To oue will say that the busiuess of these men ! has sufleicd to any extent by the pleasures ; of riding or driving; but because it happens ! thai a man who is fond of driving fast - horses (and who is not ?j fails in his busi ' ucss it is iuLituutly sat down that fast horses I ruined him, ami p-mcbody will bo kind I enough to Win'.'." There are many causes j fin failures. The cxieriences of largo cities ! show that only one merchant iu teti attaius j a competence, and many failures occur that ' no earthly prudence could guard agaiust. I There is such a thing as placiug too much reliance upon your assistants. There is sueh a thing ns haviug too many book ac counts. Thei'o is uudoubtcdly great lost iu depreciation of values, and there art mauy reasons why a failure is inevitable. But ul! these reasons are lost svht ot it lh bankrupt owns a horse. Wu should al ways have a charity for uneuecessl'ul mer chant. Wo should find out the cxaeleauso of failure before civu'.c iudinent against them, and above all Me should hesitule to ! allege it as a reason unless we had couviuo I iug evidence that such a tvusou existed. l'ltOMlsXiUY Noi K!. The lato deelaioa ofthe supreme lourt in this statu In rvfur eiue to tho labilities of Ihu maker of a pro uiikaory note, is oiiu to w hieh the attention ol every one doing business should bo spu cially duveted. An o'lltuaiy promissory imle was lill-l Vp the iiyim nt of olio bundled dollarv Alter the uotu was made, the p.iyee, it is asserted, added thu woids uud lili.v," thus in.ikiii.' il a iiromlksory llole hu' one hundred and lilty dollars. Tins note 11,11 paired into thu IihiuIs id' an iu 111 Kent third party, who claimed the full sum named Hi the unto. On uu aps'iil ti thu suprt mu l oiii t it w as decided Ui.it Iho druwtr was liable, Ik) li ivmg iuvited lb li.Uld I'V hia ywu lieg'ttiee. It is Well known thai there I a blank mui mi all printed pli'liliksul y lltite W liele Ihu SUioliUl ol U.ol.e lo U paid 1. writu and tha al llm end ol l Ul hlAlik l'iinj thu Word ' dul- i ......... .1 i'.,.,rl de. ;!' 1 " r- --. ' vUre4 lh.it U wa l.egl.,-t,,ee 1,. thu P. uf till between "U in ii" '" Ihu Wlllleii wind huutliid ' and Ibu I'l. ti ll d word "doll.ll," and thai V.l.e 10 kuell ni'lit lieu fkikli'd, aud ll" 10 wu Itolliiniia Uio l.uu of thu Uote thai hi'Wtd uud altera Holt, ihu diawer wu llitlilu. 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