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In Scaerset Herald ,v rv Wc:i."I O- Morning .SW i 1 11 ..iviwf; othcrae . I ... . ... .r-C-l. ii ..'.MiiutiuufJ umil all r ......... ......l.-ctitiir lo "' '"' i n fu'-ril-ort do nut take out thelr . ? ' rem ft w 4D- s . n "give us the name of the former.. Somerset Printing Company, JOHN 1. SCI LL, Hmdncss Manager. rni,H Card ..i-.TK t'l-v.-il.inan.l Dentist. Berlin I' i lit m'".' j't-o'I'I aitcution l all cases t.ruJ.H..UiriMro. . . " .... . . .. ...LB,nnnnllt' liMntlj1 W VII. 1.1- I rh,-.Ml,e practice '' prutesslon. ite fl.arlet kri.-f im-'crs store. 7v 11. . TM-THWAITE, ATTOHN El .,ueret. I'a' Professional bul Miciicd an 1 punctually attend- 11. I1" :u'.ly 1' .' r. Somerset, r Ine omer set VI El 1 1 I II II il- o ESTABLISHED. 183 7. AOL. XXII. SOMEIISKT, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. i874. something which wa3 to make a for tune, hut never doing it, although ho said that the time had positively come i for the great lni.-in.,.-i co"f so often , talked of. This it, appeared, would ! lake I'ini to California, anil, happy ' tii'ilIit, why .-hould he not take a j l"t ot hvii e millinery, Ac, out tberp ! with l.im and (lipjo.- ( it at a splen ; did profit. The confiding women a ; sented, and he went his way with goods to the amount of $ l,'00. When lie returned he reported that ; the goods were lost through the gross ; carelessness of the express compa- nies, whom, somehow, he could not ! make responsible Kven then ho () rj2 completely had he "gammoned"' his victims mat mey uni nor, suspect. Han Ik. JOHNSTOWN SAYINGS BAI 120 CLINTON STREET. rsct, Penna. AT LAW "... 1 1 i v ATTORNEY t'U.lUrtCU ' uug. is-iy. .il 1 u-ui- au-1 ti-K'lii'. 1.1.1' l.i ' uniiVTZ ATTOKNEY AT , ,.-'..t. la., will .' prompt "' . ,.,ltrtt.;..,l to Irs care lu Uilut cutllicf. oilu-e 1" micrset Fruiting .iy -tl. ?ti(Tnith lias t . ii ,V Mill- -'-. , soiii.-rw-t and tmit-c in Mauiiii"tli Ituililms. ... 1 ti.' Ull'.l'' v n l HI TT IKN KY AT LAW, S M- ' ", ,:,"l-t:.i. -M -I.. V a.lvaii.f.1 i.u ColLi-tH m i , in M:iu;ui:U HuiMiiis. 1. 'Ti'. . - w 11. I. J. I, V W. a.-::, .urn ; ; .. ill lil "' IT' i: i'. liK.K, ATTOKNEYS AT r-.-l. l'a.. willTii'l ii-r In S.u r o.uu'.ir'. All t.uiiiifs cn- jitly aiun-K"! i". n: Mi.i CHl.lii ilix. ATTOKN EYS AT I'll. OllU' ill Jtuer au. I'M'. Hi t. V M 1-OL.UNS. HENTlsr, Somriwl. u h -o In-rM-lH-iT Hl'k. up air, . , ' iii tinn -t e l"Uiid ir.'ar'J to Uu i.-h ;1 muni:. rrisu'iini'K. ... i ..ii l i ..r Arllll i.ll lii uit'l nu il in-, rti'l. aiu'Ikwi" " June 7, TO. ,.1 w- 7 Kl J ATT HIXEV AT LAW, . 1 I'i ill aii.ii.l toallLusimon ' in in .TMiini'l a.lV'iuniK r"un- - a ii-l u lvlitv. o:V.-- in Maiu 1. Ii. ! Tu-ly v.lt! i;. I hen he UiHarmearcd for a time al together, and they could not imagine what in the world had become of hirn. At length a lady called ono day on Mrs. II., and made inquiries about her hu.-iband, and very pretty MtMellaneout. M CHARTED 1 1ST 1870. TKUSTEKS ; JAMES COOI'EK, DAVID niBEKT, C. H. ELLIS, A. J. 1IAAVES, F. W. HAY. JOHN LOW MAX, T. II. LAI-SLY. D. J. MOKRELL, JAMES McMILLEX JAMES MORLEY, LEWIS PLITT, H. A. IHKIGS, XItADSri'PES, CEO. T. SWAXK, D. Mt-LAUGHLIX, W. W. WALTERS DANIEL J. MORRELL, President, FRANK DIBERT, Treasurer, CYRUS ELDER. Solicitor. , , 1 NKYK.Sl HiXU ATTORNEY ATL.AW. I I '. i;..m v i, . r. n.i .ii Audit, h' micrwu 7 'i .'.u, c iu ;.i.iu.-.iii 'i' lii'i-k. yu 11-tt. TAI L U. OAITHEtt. Atti'rncy at Law, I'.tiii'n All iTim'i'iiai i'h.'i'1 k- 1 1 1. o;ti.'c iu lini r' IJlixk, uji i .;:.. i: niiii:. inn:i; .v ; aitiikk J. . iujli:, ATTOIJXEY AT LAW, :. I'.i. 1'ri.l' ssi'iiial l.uiiirss nitni'iol r. :i::i ii li .J inwiiti jiniiniitiitHantl tult liij" i ;i. . .. ISnIU. w. 11. lU ITEL. t ...KH.nTH&r.rjTEU ATTOliXEYS AT 1. , iv. All Iiumiwiw riiirusK- l to tln ir care will ;., . .. . .iii.l .UIH'tU:lllv att-ii.iej tu. . ;;!..... H T t KHttlHTII CO-l f MaUl- i. i ' : k. Luiraucv ifm Uiani.iuJ. V.. M. KIM MEL will cunt inuo to j .r-.i -t loe .m l toii'liTS liis iiroii f signal itv. I!..- rvinii.s ! llll(r?t ami parrounliiiif i ll at tl.c wl-l lla, a IVw l-aiM rut i it-1! "-e. Ii". b, '71. I i K r 1 1 A K E It t en '1 Ii if if ifrssli mal r t. ti-.- nuzen ol S-tinrrt't aiil viciu- in r.'i-i.kwc. one 'li r wcrt ot j tie Har jan. SI, 'Tu. i i:n, 11 u- s s- VII Y SIC I AX d- (iooD, soi:rsi:t1 i ;. KinManim ithlili lt. S 111 GEO X, IkK.itof 0K UOI.I.AK ami Uiwar.!. rc ct'ive.1, ami inlero?t allowed on all uin, iayalile twice a year. Intcrcrt If not drawn out, Isatlded to the principal, tliu? t,HJMl IVXIUXO TW ICE A Y EAH, without troubling the depositor tocall or even to present Ills Jcjo?it ImriIc. Money can be withdrawn at any time after giving the bank cer tain notice by letter. Married Women nl pernoaa uadfr okc can deposit money In thelrown names, so that Il can be drawn only by thctusclrcg or on their or der. Moneys can lc deposited for children, or by societies, or as truat funds, Subject to certain con ditions. Tioans Secured hy Ileal I(a(e Copies of the Hy-Laws, rcK)rts, rules of deceit, and siiceial act ol Leiclslaturc, relative to deposits of married women and minors, can beoMalncd at the bank. Haiikini; hours dailv froinU to So'cloik and .n Wetlueday and Saturday cveninajs irouie to . 'oei'K'K. apriit. JOHS niRKKT. JOHS D SOHEBTS. sel'T2 rETSTXISXJH."ST. i '. '.iin? it IU'.U s'ill continue the .nictl-e of ;-:rv; ar.- pr par-l toperlorm all operatlous !. -I manner and at a.- 1"W prl.--sathe game : ..rk ran U d'-ne ar.vwl.eK in the State, -i ..I ir.ili i..r: a d..iilde set t..rU. All in i;- warranted: and teeth extracted with- .'.ill. "il" HAKVEY it CO., .1." i i rrnh fo.v.vissios mik iiats : LXUIAXGE PLAC E, IiALTIMORE. I, r.il rah advances on C'liif'immcnts and r-.-un.. .r..in-i!y made, i i;i.T lim sE- T!if liTi.liT'iiTieil nl.cUu .is-.) ll.U well known hotel in U 0 inlonns the put , .,! I.- I.af I. ! '..iiih "I S'lmT-ct. Ii is his intention to keip t a ie uu li l.e hnjn will uive aatic lacLiou to i i iv :.ni.r i. mi mill their custom. A'.r K Ti JOHN mu. I) IA.MoMi HoTKI-. Tovvrwx pa. VMI'KI. CI 'S' :i:, I'l-opi i-tor. T ; rvUr and well known lete U-at all .. '.-Irani"1 M"..inz place ..r the traveling -. Tilde and Ji'.ii; Iirp'tHdass. io.J Pta I:i l.. hale daily l r .loiiustown and uiarll. OH.. i MILLER, after twelve i.l:.' a-'ive practice In Shanksville, has : T2ii.flt.ti i.H uT.-d at Somerset lortliei.rac " 1 : .i .UlL".' and tenders his prolessiomil ser ' . t. th cltirens ol Somerset and vicinity. I'll id hi. lirun Store, oppite the Harriet II !!-. w.hrc in- . uu l eoiiKUlted al all times u:i' .r;3. i .ii:il!v en-:iifed. tfl-Mjht call:- lir'.'aii.iiy answered. ...i . a. n iy. JOHN PII5ERT & CO., XO. 240 MAIX STREET. JOHNSTO W N . PEXXA. We seil Krafts neirntiable In all parts of tb Uni ted States and Canadas, and In' Eoreiirn countries, liuy Uold, U)ons aad (Government lionds at highest market prices. Ian money ii ajijiroTed securitv. liratts and iTnects on oilier lianas casn- ed. Money received ondeHitpayaldcon demand Interext (he rale vf Six per cent, per A nn urn paid on Time Drjionits. Everything In the Hanking Line receives our pruiipt'atteiuion. Thauklul to our frlenils and customers for their past patronnirc, we solicit a omtinuanc of the same, and Invite others who have business In our line to Kive us a trial, assuring all. that we shall at all times do all we can to irive entire satistaction, FeblU Te JollN DIBEKT k CO. Cambria County BANK, M. AVr. KEIM & CO., NO. 26 MAIN KTREET, JOHNSTOWN.PA., in Henry Schnablc's Brick Building. A General Hankinir Business Transacted. Urafts and Oold and Silver bonsrht and sold. Cdlectlons made in all parts of the I nlted States and Canada, interest allowed at the rate of six erent. iter annum. If left six months or lonner. Siwelal arranffcmiiits mule with Uuardlaus and others who hold moneys in trust. april 10 73. CARPETING. SIOXAL. KiiiiiViitwriff. i .. i:,' li- irM-n-Jr tU:it In llil- tiny nft ' i ' I (.nti-.-li in the itrtrti4 t liuitirine i. ry. hi? .n. 1 r. Walter K. KuthIvihUth-, " r. -1 leu ul-n l the 'ew VrL Kc : 1- r lu'.iriLTJ. s il ji-ri-aM hi will lie :iM t tie '!isear of ! .ii I L-.r. mar4 Wll.SUN SON, wiioi.i sii.i; .it( i:ks, t :v-tT f!"r PrTTSBURGH. I'laetital r.l-i.- ;u;. i (i UASSKIT, Hi j'hlsiiiaii and liuilder. in tlie best maniH-r known to the iuudi.rj ctyle. Henry IVIcCallum, m Fifth A venn, PITTSBURGH, PA. Imports direct from Manufacturers, Superior Oil Cloths 15RUSSELS CARPETS, Ac, RAG, HEMP anil IXGRAIX C ARPETS In every variety. 51 FIFTH AVENUE, Above Wood street. iy not to contain a single particle of Mercury, or any injurious uimcmi sutistance, uut is PURELY VEGETABLE, contalnlns; those Southern Roots and Herbs which an all wine l'rovidcnca has placed in countries where Liver Ulscases most prevail. It will cur alldiseascscaased bv Ik-ranicement of the IJver. The Symptoms of Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad taste Inthe mouth: I'ain in the Hack. Sides or Joints, ollen mistaken for Kheumatism: Sour Stomach; Loss ol Ap'tite; Bowels alternately costive and lax: Headache: Loss of Memm-y, with a painlul sensation of haviinr tailed to do some, thins; which ouicht to have been done: Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow apiearnnce ol the Skin and eyes, a dry Couich olten mistaken forC-on-sumpilon. Sometimes many ot these symptoms attend the disease, at others verv lew: but the Liver, the lanrest orvan in the hotly. Is arenernlly the seat of the disease, and If not regulated in time, irrcat sulferlng, wretchedness and HEATH will ensue. This Great Unfailing SPECIFIC will not be found the Least Unpleasant. For I1YSPEPS1A, OtNSTII-ATION, Jaun dice, Bilious attacks. SICK HEADACHE, Colic, Hepiessionol Spirits, SOCK STOMACH, Heart Burn, tec, fcc. SimmBns Liver Eegalater, or Medicine, Is the cheapest, Purest and best Family Medicine iu the world. MAXrrACTt-BEIIOLT BV J. H. Z EI LIN & CO., MACON, OA., and PHILADELPHIA. Price 1. Sold by all Druggists. r'orsalebyBenfrd. i Klmincl, Somerset, Pa. julvx MARBLE OK DI NT. nr nuk. s. m. 11. i-iatt. A child, beside a statute, .laid to mc, With pretty whxloui very sadly just, "Tliat ui.in is Mr. Lincoln, mamma. Ho Was niado of marble; wc are made of dust." One flash of passionate sorrow trembled throiiirh The dust ol which I had been dimly made One fierce, quick wish to be of marble too Not Something meaner, that must fall and fade. "To be forever fair and still mid Mid," I faintly thought, with lalnt tears in my sight: 'To stand thus fai-e to face with Time, and hold Between us that uncrumbllua; charm ol white. "To see the creatures formed of slighter stuff Waver In little dead-leaf whirls away, Yet know that I ouula wait and have enough Of frost and dew, enough of dark and day. " I would be marble? Wherefore? Just to miss The tremors of n'a 1 pain that dust must know? The grief that settles after some dead kiss? The Irown that was a smile not lomr airo? "Do I forget the stone's Unit loneliness? The dumb Impatience all wan watchlns brings? The looking with blind eyes, in v.-ikuc distress. Kor Christ's slow Coining and the. End of Things? "No Uy of mine, with your young yellow hair: Better the dust you scatter with your feet Than marble, which can sec not you arc fair Than marble, which can feci not yon are sweet "Ay, of than marble which must meet the years Without my llht relief of murmurous breath Without the hitter sweotness ol my tears Without the love which dust must have for Death." KEI XIOX OF TENTH KESEKVKN. Oration of Hon. J. S. McCitl monl. rpiIE BEST PUMP IN THE WORLD! THE AMERICAN SUBMERGED Double-ActlnK. Non-Ereeilntr FORCE 1IJM1! The Simplest, Most Powerfnl, Effective, Dura ble. Reliable and Cheapest Pump In nse. It Is made all of Iron, and of a few simple parts. It will not Fretze, as do water remains In the plie when not in action. It has nc leather or irum packing, as the sucker and valves are all of Iron. It seldom, if ever, (rets out of order. It will force water from 40 to W feel in the air, by attaching a few Icet of hose. It Is rood for washing Bunnies. Windows, water- in Hardens, Axe It furnishes the purest and coldest water, because I) is placed In the bottom of the well. TxBg:-Ai Inch Pump, ads; pipe, SOc. foot. 1 " " 18; 4c " Larger sizes In proportion. IWEYANDWPLATT, Sole Airents for Somerset County. Somerset, Pa., May 1st, 1872. jyjINERAL POINT PLANING MILL. A. Growall & Son. We are now prepared to do all kinds of Pianino- and Manufacturing of building material. FLOOR INO, MOt'LDINU. WEATHER HOARDINO sash and doors WINDO WAXI) DOORFRAMES, In short anvthlnir ircncrallv used In house build ing. All orders promptly tilled. uinrVO TO THE CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA Yonr attention Is siiecially invited to the fact that the National Banks are now prepared to re ceive subscriptions to the Capital Slock of the "entennlal Hrd of Finance. The funds realized from this source are to be emidoved In the erection ot the buildings lortke international Exhibition and the exiieuses connected with the same. It Is confidently believed that the Keystone State will be represented ly the nanieol every citizen alive o )triotic commemoration oi I ne one nunuremn Irtlwlav -1 tnc nation, i ne snares ol stocx are oflcred for $10 aeh, and sunscrllieni will receive a hannsomeiv t-teei enirravert trttneate ol stock. suitable lor framing and prescrvatiim as a national memorial. Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum will he paid on all payments ol Centennial Stuck fp.m date of pay men I to January 1. IX?. suiMXTitier who are not near a National isanit can remit a check or postothce order te the under signed. rKhl. IK ALKY. Treasurer, 804 Walnut St., Philadelphia. Cieo.lC. Cof froth A Co. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I' Stair Building made a Specialty.. I'alroiiHKe Solli(el. r. 330 Baltimore St., Seetnid Door W est of Howard, BALTIMORE, MD. ov.. K, a owEva. L. C. IKXiTT. A KTiriC Al. I. I 1 I'-u.K cm. 'i L ET J I !! ITZY. T I S rJ vniitrct Co., I'a., I Tc-Hi. I.H.- lik.- . war anted (o 1 of the verv lst it M ......rtl l' .1... . I nrtl. uliu Stlellll. paid to the pres- 'ti ot the lnlmi.1 l,,.l, l'l wi. I, I.., f ... ...i u.-r. ca I. hy enclosing stump. JCI-7X THE WONDERFUL ET CANARY BIRD! I Patent just Pr.n-ured.) ' ' il. ! " ' -r .Mrs. r-jtn he managed hr any i ' ii' i ii i.i 1 1 m-"1 w.aiderlull In- 1 "UMi.v ::l!;Vur ,,,u"! ,ur ,l":r inu S'-MK(.I: SAMPLE ATONCE. "liwZ2''. Ml ''' Tra.le. Satisfae- N'":.n 1.1, , i"""' """!' returnr.1. I l-"l I. mail t., , ,JJrt.,,. n receipt ( ""I'ts.n-Jlnri,! ou. A.i.ir. M R. IIOHKUTS kCO.. ITO Br.iadway, New York. BUTTER COMMISSION HOUSE, S-T.Buzby&Co., N. 6 Exchange Place ilTTLJi,;tln"0" K,wo ale of GLADE'S OWENS & SCOTT, Ituttcr Commission House, 153 W. Pratt St., BALTIMORE. sep'JI WE BOOSE & Co., FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS, SAUSIlUllY, : : PEXN'A., Manufacturers of all kinds of CASTINGS & MACHINERY Orders by mall promptly attended to. Address WM. HOUSE k. CO., Salisbury, Elklick P. O. Somerset CO., Pa. Oct. is. Ursina Lime Kilns. The undersigned are prepared ti.lurnlth Prime Building Lime By the Car Load. Orders Respectfully Solicited. R. J. RATZER CO. Vrslna, Janets, Directions for self-measure Sent oo application. Perfect Fitting Shirts of every description, al ways In stock and warranted to tit. JAMES H. AIKEN, 74 Fifth avenue, npixelte Postotncc, devSa PITTSBCKOH.PA. Tho ATE HOOFS. isc who all now building houses should know that It is cheaiier In the long run to put on Slate Hoofs than tin or shingles. Slate will last forever. and no reimlrs are requireil. Slate gives the pur est water lor cisterns. Slat. Is tire proof. Every good house should have a slate roof. The under signed Is located In Cumberland, where ho lias a gooii supply oi Peachbottom I Buckingham SLA. T E for rootling the very best article. He will under take to put Slate Roofs on Houses, public and pri vate, spires, Ave., either la town or country at the lowest prices, ami lo warrant inciu. can ami see him or address htm at No. 24 Bedford St. Cum berland, Md. Orders may be left with John A. Waiter, Agent, Somerset, Pa. octtf WM.H. SHIPLEY. CROUSE & SHIRES, Manufacturers of Seed and.Iiavanna CIGARS. BEDFORD, PA. Orders Solicited. No authorized agent. (IMMtlNS It CO., HANI rAl-Tt'UtBS AS1 IIXALKKS Ig FINE CIGARS and the best brands of Navy and Bright Tobaccos, 408 Market Street, Above Fourth, PHILADELPHIA. teplv Garret Lumber Co., EARNEST & DELP, PROPRIETORS,. Seceesaorsto Earnest, Dclp, Camp ti Co., White Pine, Yellow Fine, Oak and Hemlock Lumber "Cut to bill" at abort notice. Send for Price 1st. arret, Somerset Co., Pa. Sept. 14. Following; is the oration of Hon. .1. S. MeCalmont. ilelivereil at the Ile tinion of the Tenth Reserve.'', held iu Mcreer, on Tuesday, May 19, '71. ''The days come and go so rapidly that it seems but a short time since I last addressed von at the reunion two years ago. It then occurred to mc that I would be excused thereafter from serving as orator, and be allow ed the privilege of participating, without anxiety or care, in the future meetings. This appeared evident from from the fact that were so many of your members well Gtted for the spec ial ta.sk. It surprised ine to sec my name in the papers as the orator designated forthis occasion. I wrote to the alternate, my friend Col. Knox, urging him to take my place, but he could not proini.e to be here. AVithout further preface, rather than disappoint you, I endeavored to prepare a few thoughts for the occa sion ; but a sad bereavement, of which you have doubtless heard men tion, and which has come sore to mv j heart, has almost wholly unfitted ine i lor tiie tiuties ol tins occasion. 1 on come together again a portion ot the survivors of more than a thous anu men, mostly voting, auiuuoi vigor and patriotism, who, thirteen vear ago hastened to rally around thei country's flag. m i. ... .1 w - iiiev went 10 save mc t nion o: these States; and in spite of all fears and forebodings that object was, w hope, permanently accomplished. 1 ou nore an nuniijie, Uiougu an ponani part in the work, ana vou have lived to enjoy the plaudits your countrv. lhe animosities engendered by the war have in a great measure subsided The spirit of charitv all over the land is such that it is safe to sav there is more earnest and cordial at tachmcnt to the Union of 174 than to the Union as it was in 18it. The names of your comrads have been put upon the roll of fame. Vou feel justly proud that vou were sol diers, not for holidays or dress parades merely, but vou went through all the stirring scenes bv Hood and field Ignorant of tactics, you set diligently to work, advancing step by step from the lowest round of the ladder. You cooked your own food, washed your own dishes, made your own beds and policed your own camps. You dwelt in tents sometimes of brushwood, and often slept in the open! air with the cold ground for your couch and the starry vault for your canopy. 1 here is no notion or exaggeration in describing the hardships of your life or the heroism of vour services. lime would not suflicc to recount your trials. I know but few of them beginning with Camp A ilkins; the march toliedford; back again to Ilar risburg; the tedious hours standing in the sun under amis at Ilarrisburtr on the day of the first battle of Hull Kun; tho weary davs and nights fol lowing getting to Washington; the vexation of not getting quick trans portation; the loss of our mail; the trouble with our chaplain mail carrier; the disagreeable marches aud picket ings on the Potomac during that warm and wet summer ; the long and seemingly useless marches, through heavy drenching rains, and waters waist deep; the numerous uight alarms, without any cause ; the move ment to Camp I icrpont and k nalt there ; the rcconnoisance to wards Leesburg : the disaster at Ball's Bluff"; the gloomy depression caused thereby ; the disapatiou thereof for a time by the victory at Drainsvillc; the weary winter and disagreeable, cold spring of 18fi2, with its useless exposure to pelting rains and hail are vivid in mv recollection. But it was only the beginning of Leave him to (.Kid's watching eye. Trust him to tho hand that made him; Mortnl love weeps Idly by. I.mI alone has power to save him. Lay him low, lay hlin low. In the clover or the snow; V hat cares he ? he cannot know ; Lay him low. your trials. You went through them all with wonderful endurance. The troubles were not without their compensations. It was not alwaj-s gloomy. There was something to keep you busy much to cheer you. The sociability of3-our companions; the freedom from worldly cares; the light amusements of the camp ; the stories told round the camp fires; the many curious incidents necessarily occtiring among so many men ; and the foraging expeditions of which you heard, served to while away the time. Even the alarms and turning out of the guards and regiment by night as well as by day, and the duties which seemed hard, of cutting and carrying your own firewood, relieved the te diousness and monotony of camp life. lo you remcmlier the good music: What a good band, and what a fine corps of drummers and fifers. How they could play and beat the tattoo and the reveille. Don't you some times in the morning now hear the spirit-stirring roll of the drum and the whistle of the ear-pcarcing fife, and awaken to the find that it is but a dream, and you hear perhaps only tbe morning call of the robin red breast to his lovely mate. 1 ou took delight in tho martial band, but, alas ! when tho players were becoming perfect in their parts, a evil; not lightly to be thought of; and most cheering in their perfor- nor te be sought by man. Do right ; ma nee, it was disbanded as useless seek peace and leave the making of and the only music thereafter for you the battle to the over-ruling band of was the shrill treble of tbe bullets uod. and the deep bas3 of the cannon's You cannot but take an interest in roar. ithe meetings of the Tenth. It might You will excuse me to-day if I pass be wondered why re should have over some incidents which might be sepcrate reunions. The thought so proper for mc at another time, and struck me. But I sec some reasons the recollection of which might serve for it The society of the army of the to cheer you ; but my heart is filled Potomac meets in the larger cities. with so sad and recent a sorrow ; so The Pennsylvania Reserve asso- great the loss to me of one who bad ciation meets at a distance from you, been a soldier better than myself; my and it would bo too inconvenient and bosom friend and dearly beloved expensive for many to attend. But brother, that I can only express the in your regiment thero were compa emotions of grief. nies from Clarion, Vonango, Mercer, At first when you went out, you Crawford Warren, Beaver, Washing- remember how tho death of one your ton, and Somerset, and tbe people of comrades aitected you. He lost his those counties will, I know, bo glad life by accident. How tenderly we to give you an occasional welcome, buried him with the honors of war. If it be found that once a year is too The whole regimcut followed tho lit- often to meet, you can meet less fre tlc escort with muflled drums and re- quently; but keep up your organiza verst d arms, and there were moisten- tion. The survivors of your retri ed eyes as the last volley was fired ment have become scattered over the over the lonely grave. country, some occupying honorable Afterwards oeath was too busy offices, and many in useful positions witii you to allow you to pay such in life. respect to fallen comrades. As they And now how much cause have began to urop off ono by one in tho we to be thankful for these kind re hospitals, and afterwards by scores ceptions by the people. How it on the battle fields, all the respect you cheers our hearts! Although we have could pay was a quick sympathizing seen hard times, yet in the last de- glance, and a tearful regret that tho cade, how much has becd added to day was over. You had often to our happiness hero in the country leave your comrades bv strange and by the outlays of capital, s'arted. per- unlnendly hands, haps, by tbe activities of war. Tbe telegraph and railroad como to our doors; the daily newspapers gath er up tbe news from all quarters of the globe and distribute it to us at so little expense that we all can partake. Y mist a bountiful Providence stored for us ages ago, among the rocks, the s3 0u rested at Camp Pierpont oil now brought forth so abundantly, you remember the- great soldiers that that the poorest can prolong his day were around and close to you. There with pleasure far into the shades of were McCall, Meade, Reynolds, Han- night cock, Ord, Jackson, and Bayard, like Citizens of Mercer, I cannot close his namesake, thelrench chevalier these feeble remarks without men- of old "without fear and without re- tion of my pleasure at meeting you. proach;" names afterward famous in Had it not been for my desire to see history. 1 wo fell heroically at I red- you after a long absence, and to rcn ricksburg; another at Gettysburg; der to you thanks for passed kind- another atterward leading tho army ness and invitations, 1 would have of the Potomac, now gone to bis rest; declined the part I have undertaken two others now high in command in to-uay. the regular armv. Amid the pain of to-day for the General M'Call, though getting old loss of so many who will never again and feeble, yet how gallantly he main- return, I am most profoundly impress tained himself, and nursed the honor ed at your generous treatment of of the Reserves. He Was keenly the survivors and the kindly feelings alive to any miusticc done them. I snown upon this occasion When Gt n. McClellan after the Seven It was here that I was. twenty-one Day's fight made his report to Wash- years ago, then young and a stranger, ington, reflecting unintentionally per- supported with enthusiasm for a haps, on the conduct of the Reserves highly honorble office, and it was at Xew Market, Gen. M'Call, at his bere thirteen years ago, on the fall of own expense, published a review of oft bumter, then in feeble health, those operations. In it I find the fol- that I first realized the terrible neccs- lowing from Gen. Meade. In a let- sity of war; of retiring from the bench ter to Gen. M'Call, dated Warrenton, and entering the service of tbe coun- a.. -ov. 7. lSr,2. he said:- try It was only the stubborn resistance I I returned no more to vou. Many offered by our division (the Pcnnsyl- 0' your sons and brothers were with vania Reserves, prolonging the con- me. The responsibilityjof taking care test till alter iark, and checking till 01 tnem and putting them, m the that time the advance of the enemy, way tor honorble mention was verv that enabled the concentration during great They were, many of them, the night ot the whole army on the your proudest jewels. And if by James River, which saved it" niy connection with them. I have It is, perhaps, exclusively a sub- reaped any of tbe glories of their ac ject for your historian, but I cannot tions, it is more than I have deserved, forbear alluding to the record of your anl I ewe it to your kind partiality. services. I Jierearter it is not likely we shall Vmong the killed, of officers and mee again in these relations. By the non commissioned, we see the names time the reunion of the Tenth occurs of Adjutant Gaither ; Captains, J. S. again in Mercer, many changes will liinchman, J. 1 . Smith, Daniel W. nave taken place. Eveniftbese re Maves and Samuel Millei : Lieut's unions can be kept ud. they may be (i. S. Knee, II. B. Fox; Sergeants, beld in tbe different counties where John Gundy, Jas. Hughes, Thomas the companies were raised, and it l'axton, . H. Rowland, Thos. O. will take a number of vears to go the Rodgers, Ira Johnson, Hiram Kile, round. But let tbe memories of this and B. B. Strickland: Corporals. C. day be precious. A liJ at Home. Earealvrljr Wrnl Once in a while there is a day in- The editor of the 'ew Albany Danbury when a man is out of work, j Led'ji-r Stund'ird is responsible for and be stays at home. After break- i the following: fast is eaten and the dishes are rc- j "We were riding in a railroad car; ' information each had to impart to the moved, ho pulls out the family draw- directly opposite sat a young lady. other. Slie, f', a lady of excellent er and dumps tho contents on the ta-'She was elaborately dressed and, family and position in Xew York, ble, to look for a paper of suddenly neatly attired. We w ill not say that acquired importance. Having got she was homely, f.r beauty is a con a chair which has lost a leg, and for ! vcntional term, and then; may ! that reason has peen set aside w here some Nations which we have not vis no body will be ant to jret into troti- ; itcd where she would bo considered ble with it.hc drops into it, and it; handsome, but she was happily up to immediately conies apart, and depos- j the American standard: but the bean its him under the table. Hejumps to his ty, however, is not germain to the feet at once, and kicks the chair 'question, but her nose is, and what the hall-wav to the imminent flanker of ; we may say of th.'tt cannot be cou- his wife, and the woman who lives ; sidered malapropos in this counec- hnd been entirely deluded by t L i .- scoundrel. She had married him, ami he had got possesion of a con siderable part of her money. "oris this ail. The man is now understood to be after a third venture of the sort, and how many victims there may have been before these two, who shall say? In manuet and appearance he is described as most attractive, and he treated the ladies whom he mar- in the other part of the house, both of j tion. Her nose was of the vegeta-j ried with everv kiudness, so far as whom under the impression that one ble kingdom and belonged to the turn behavior in manner went of the children had fallen from the ' up species, in fact, the end of it look- i ' mantle-piece, and broken its back, led as if it had started on a voyage ! mm, toer or have started to the rescue. He im-i of discovery to the moon. Suddenly j A watch is a most delicate machine, mediately asks his wife w hat kind her nose seemed to vibrate. There ' and a very little thing is enough to of an idoitshc is to leave a broken ! were internal rumblings of the Pa'il damage' its system, and make it go chair where any one can sit down on j Mountain kind, yet there were evi-! too) fast or too slow, or to arrest tha it and jeopardize life and limb, and j deut sighs of a sub-nasal upheaval. : motions of its wheels; and it is just arcastscaily inquires if she wanted to1 She quietly put her hand in her pock-j that very little thing that you don't kill him. or merely cripple him for , et and drew out a cl-an, white hand- take any notice of. Show us your life, and scouts with scorn indescriba-! kerchief. This she half unfolded and watch, and we'll tell you w hat are ble the intimation that the chair was laid upon her lap: then from her i the habits of its owner, placed where no sane party would satchel beside her, a small package' A person of irregular Labit3 will of thin straw-colored paper was tak-: spoil the oe.-t watcn in me won-i, ever think of looking for one. After that he gets a new chair which he is confident will throw him and hin t him, and says so, and pores over the paper again. Pretty soon he is attended by one of the children who is making hercu lancan efforts to scale one of the ta ble legs with a view of getting on top j Careless or inexact people will always have watches that go fust or slow or that go both fast or slow by turns. If vou can't be steady and reirular 1 . .i . 1 -1 r . r. . . 1 :.. ....... 1..1.:. . ...... ........ 1 n ... A.nn.. siorcu to ine uciici 101 rj.urc use. j 111 oui uuoii.i, ou ui-i-n uut c.ipcn 1 his piece of paper was placed upon j to have a watch that you can rely on en, cut about six inches square: it had evidently been prepared for this or a similar purpose. She selected one piece, and the remainder was re- thc half unfolded handkerchief, and, I AH the be- watchmakers in th3 1 with her hand beneath the handker- j world will be unable to give yonr to see what is going on. As the lit-j chief, she brought the paper in con- w atch that regularity which is lack tie round head, with the swelling I tact with her nose, seized it and Mew j ing in yourself, and which you can cheeks, and bulging eyes, and turn-! the blast, which would have done ! not, therefore preserve in your watch, bled hair, and a dirty mouth, appears credit to Roderick Dhu. In short, ! and which you destroy as fast as above the top, and beams up at him,-' to use the language of our cotempor- your watch is regulated. For a he nervously cries, "1 ley, you, now j ary, she exploded her nasal rheum in j watch should be wound up every come out of that! and start after your i the paper; the paper was then daiu- j day at the same hour, and as soon as mother she wants you." But the ' til v lifted from the handkerchief and ! possible in the morning. And the G. Oiile. J. M. Wimer. Jas. Mc- Adams. m. Glass, R. X. Lang. R. .V McPake, Allen W. Corbctt. Thos. ousden, 1 . S. Wrav, Wm. Paden, H. I,. Sawhill, Jas. G". Page, Edwin B. Pier and Charles W. Crawford. I pause, and the moral comes home to my heart. Behold how of earth all onr glories depart, Our visions are baseless, onr hopes bnt a gleam. Our stall bat a reed, our lire but a dream, Then, Oh ! let us look, let oar prospects allure To scenes that can fade Dot, to realms that endure, To glories, to blessings that triumph sublime the moment it came from the laund ress. Could anything be more clean ly, economical or convenient? With Ble.lngt on the; Hoy. dropped out of the car window. The j best occasion for doing this is when handkerchief was refolded and re-! the minute hand marks seven or eight turned to her pocket as unsoiled as ' minutes after the hour-hand has mark ed the hour. The operation of winding a watch should never be performed carelessly or roughlv ; but ou the contrary, with reat precaution ; especially at the ! .... . ..., i:l ... 11101111111 111 11 u u it; iuu uuai kuiij to the kev. Then vou should gently i moderate the movement, so as not to wind the watch up too tight. You should ahvavs take good care to fit the kevhole before commencing. Bles.-jnga the bovs. Xot the child knows that its mother doesn't want him, and so does he, and being at a loss to explain why, he falls to work at the papers again. In a little while one very chubby arm is thrown on top 01 tuc tame, and tne eves have reached the level, and are tak- a plentiful supply of paper, one hand ing the wonders of the display. -kerchief would last a month, to say ' g There is another move up, then a j nothing of the saving in bagatre. sudden weakness in the legs, that are ; tightly hugged to the table's leg-, j then a desperate hopeless clutch at J .t .- . t . . 1 me papers ior saiety, ana me little head disappears with lightning veloc ity then man su scream got phor is in reach, the man. who stays at home because he has nothing else to do puts on his coat and hat, and beats a hasty retreat, leaving the wife to claim the destracted breast of the child, and to set tDe table to rights. When he has another day to himself, he dumps out the drawer again, and goes over a' similar per formance. Danbury XrK. on i young, healthy, rosy -checked male ' "iiik ii"i,'t 111 iiiiri nr .niiii'n ii'-ir- , . . and then an ominous bump, andiT. ,? ,, 1 1 1 1 .. '1! It is not a good plan to carry the 1 .1 . I A VUUUU is UV i I ' 1 11. UK' C. Ullll . 1 1 . T . a scream, and me miseratiic i . .. ..." , i Rev aoou: vou, umer-s 11 is sept in a . r . - iii- .1 uwi'itc uu siicc ai creu t or coiiueui-' , i - is on his feet asrain, holdinir the L ' ,, - ; case; and never carry it loose in your rr pi i . , i u.iiiuu ior ii. iui wiusMiiirs on muse i . . . i- i i i . ffermg child wrong side up and I Lale 0u bova of fortr or fortr-fiv,. or l'ockt t. it is Itabie to get dust in aming Tor help. the moment it r - , , - , - it. which vou w;il introduce into the . .. 1 , even of sixty vears, who bend their . i r . 1- ln its mothers arms, and the cam- , , , , watch from time to time, in winding I . .in lifr lint, ivhn llil ntlt lot tt..-wn lnie.li.nj t ' prnK ttifir linrt. l- It n rv nrnj n.n I rillicL" trt mtfll triolirrrit rf nwirrimioil iCXCtJ t over a droll story and quicker to fill i,. .i.i..-, i,.. i i wiunu cuuuiucis to lue OlllUC'IiS I 1 . . -. . 7 , . iu H. R-iil ueu Ulll'Ul. Xevtr, under any circumstances those of extreme necessity, open the inetrior compartment that , . 1 ' , . 1 .. ... . n 1. T r-. t .La . r : . i nuau i. ' ui cu ill.- mv niaLuiuil l Ol iuu with trnra nr svmnnthv f.ic n fen. ml j . . . J 1. ' ' - distress; w ho retain bovii-h love and ' , . r..- m i...' In winding ivitltlllU IVt Ull IU11 19 IV UlUUUi t . . . .ill , 11 - r-t n-u- wM,.,.si i -r that holds it should remain perfectly w hose bovish confidence in humanity i , i -.t. . . ' , .ti .t, . u r. i i i i steady and without motion. u n iiuii-, iuuui;u oucu tuucKCii, j never dies; who watch eagerly for : up the watch the band I.i fe la an Oani. In the oasis of Siuooris, in Egypt, there are 104 towns with 160,000 in habitants. A missionary writing thence to the Christian RryiMcr says that most of the inhabitants are culti vators of the soil, though in this place are many weavers and dyers. The town of Sinooris stands high as if built upon a hucc mound. Xearly all the towns and villages of Egypt are thu3 located, and are safe from tbe floods that surround them in the overflowin? of the treat river. fiiCf Jifts"iA t lt.11 1 n rva nva-a nn otnFtf made of sun dried bricks, supported ! luec journal by beams cut from The hands may be advanced or set . i t - i , . , r i . ' na -k n ue ueicr-sur , miuouv, BDT the bright spots of sunshine on life s ; , , - , -' V i .u i i . i harm being done to the watch, carpet, and seat themselves where it i ,,, , , ... , , ' falls brightest nml tvr.r.r Th,v "'though contrary to the polular no- ; rarely grow very rich, for their boy-, ; ish generosity is too careless for that: ! they may not command the awe of ad- j miring crowds: they are not always systematic enough to be safely trust ed with important office; but the nimble feet of childhood spring to meet them, manhood trustingly ex tends to them a wide open hand, woman greets them with a confiding tion on the subject smile, and all through life they give j and receive great treasures of pure love. 1 that trnniltir. The "copy" is Time will not Suffice to give tbe U'erthe bllghUogs of change and the ralDS of names Ot the hosts of tinvntea nriiinllv time. . r J deservincr. Tl,..r . no ...mo Enxtofsjalil.fr Batter, V- V- ij If! I J UiVc1! aiJU m f officers, in all 147 killed in battle and - rpL II I a. KiO and more wounded in battle. Of lDC weii-snowniact mat in trie whole 1 82 discharred ou sure-eon's cetifieate. or orthern fcurope all butter.without omitted in the rolls to be stated for cxcePtion salted immediately on what cause, it is safe to say that very us production, while in the Southern manv were from wounds received in countries none dui me most interior battle, and nearly all th remainder butter is either sold or used salted. for diseases contracted by severe ex- Mc to tne 'instigation of tbe effect posure in the service. ortbe-6alt by Martini. This inclu- Thc places where thev were killed ded analysis of salted and unsalted and wounded illustrates tbe battles Matter by Prof. Miller, and tbe con- in which vou were enn-nirpd T find elusion was reached that the salt is they were either wounded or killed advantageous to both the consumer at Drainsvillc, Mechanicsville, Gaines aDd producer. Tbe weight of tbe Mill. bite 0k Swamn. Charles waiter aoes not seem to be increased City X Roads, Xew Market X Roads, by tbe 8alt. 8inc tho weight of tbe Manasscs Junction. Groveton, Bristoe "quid worked out about equals that Station. 2nd Bull Run. South Moun- of the salt added. The butter so tain, Antietam, Frcdricksburg, Betbes- da Church, Laurel Hill, Xorth Anna, Octtysburg, W llderness, Spottsylva- ma Lourt House. treated is also found to be but little if any richer in fat, but to keep better and longer, not only on account of the anticeptic property of tbe salt, Some were taken prisoners and died but because it is also partially freed in rebel prisons. Some missinr? in from casein and milk-sugar, the -two battle and never heard of more. Over ingredients which, in the presence of their graves, gathered now in the water, impart tbe tendency to de national cemeteries, only tbe word composit ion. Tbe salt also renders Unknown." They sleep their last tae working of tho butter easier, np- sleep; they have fought their last Pftfently, by partially reducing the battles. But they, shall rise again aanesion between the" casein and when the last trump shall sound, niilk-sngar and fatty particles, thus Let their memory lie ever green. facilitating the removal of the former, How few of us are here, and if all Just s salt added to poor milk will the survivors were here how few now canse it to filter more rapidly, while remain. Thousands, then nearly all casein and milk-sugar pass into the young, in the vigor of early manhood, Citrate, some casein remaining with since cut oil in the bloom and flower luo ,B un loe niter, ine preierence of their youth a sacrifice to their for unsalted butter in some countries, country. Soon decoration day will -Martina attributes entirely to un come again. Let the choicest honors founded prejudice. be paid to the memory of tbe brave. '- - Bring flowers, pale flowers, o'er the bier to shed Mlosaeiir. A crown lor the brow of the early dead ; 'or this through Its Waves hath the whito rose burst. For this In the woods was the violet nursed. Though thev smile In vain fur what once was ours. They arc loves lust gift bring ye flowers, pale took place flowers. Attorney Please state your nam.. 1 be toils, the marches, the weary age, residence, and occupation, delays arc ail over. Tbe camp fires Witness My name is John Rev have gone out. When you quit the nobis ; I reside in Point ' Pleasant, service you were not anxious to return Mason county, est A lrginia : mv and many of you so worn and weary profession for the past two weeks has mat you thought you would never been that of a lawyer, but previous forget the hardships of the service, to that I was a millwright, and that nothing would ever induce Attorney .What were you engaged you to enter it again. But after a in last winter brief spell, finding no comrades around Witness turning to tbe Court you to cheer your lonely hours, the Am I compelled to answer that ques reminiscences of the past, in immagi- tion ? nation, arouse in you the wonted Court Yes, you are compelled to fires, and forgetting all tbe hardships, answer. you feel eager to snuff the breeze of WitnessWell, then, gentlemen, I war, and buckle on anew the armor am sorry to state, I was a member of in fresh contests with foreign foea. the Legislature. Wheeling Stand But away with such desires I War ard. I In the case Johns, jr., ys Slack et al, tried before tho United States District Court, the following dialogue the palm tree, and covered with branches and leaves of the same, upon which the earth is packed. I saw but two houses furnished with glass windows. The streets are narrow and filthy. The people arc exceeding poor, and ehis although the district surpasses all other parts of Egypt in fertility and the varieties of its productions and richness of its gardens. Oppression comes to them daily with its sternest demands. Taxation is sucking at the very vitals of all classes. Unable to pay their taxes the people have given their lands, so that the Yieeroy has now in his pos session one hundred and sixty mil lions of acres out of the two hundred millions now under cultivation, leaving only forty millions now in possession of the peasants. The re sult is a most distressing state of thing among the people. The most squalid destitution is revealed at every turn. Men, woiwn and children sleep upon the bare earth without bed or covering, and the majority without a mat. A single dark blue tonic of thin cotton is the only garment of thousands by and their only covering at Multitudes have not a change of clothing, but wear the same clothing until it drops to rottenness from their bodies; of washings and cleans inga they know almost nothing. These fellaheens may have treasures buriad in the earth, or ornament their hair, ears and noses with med als and gold rings.but they cannot be persuaded materially to change their customs, "Gold does not wear out," they say; "beds, coverlets, sheets and the like do." day, night The 'tis, of '-Onr Mataal rrleasj." A precious literary treasure, says the Xew York Mail, quietly reposes in a safe comer of the Scribners' store on its way to Mr. George W. Child's library for it has been pur chased by him for a very large sum. It is Dickens' MS. of "Our Mutual Friend."' How strange it seems to handle the very sheets which receiv- H i . ,- -14 tl- "ICk llli 'ICWU, I I'll I It i lit 1 r u t-iirt Tnn.li.it a - . ov... .v.j 11...UW fni nd ferti e bra n written with blue ink, on blue paper. the sheets (about nine inches by eight) being pasted on heavy white paper and bound in two thick quarto volumes. The writing is small, cramp ed, but rapid: there is abundant scratching and interlineation, so that it is decipherable only with great dif ficulty. Prefacing each volume is the original sketch for the book and chapters, in which is revealed tbe au thor's method of preparing his plots. Lists of the characters so far intro duced, in the groups in which they exist in his mind, notes to aid this one here or get ready to introduce that one there, happy thoughts in di alogue or character jotted down as they came to him, suggestive of this or that, with "Yes" underscored against some, and "Xo" against oth ers, nu iii.t to "work this up with spe cial care." and the like, give clue to the whole mental process of the evo lution of the story in his brain. The touching postscript to the story, in ...u:..t. i:i..,j t. -. r .v... ... . , t ,r . t. rc. liii.il -4l. 1'il.iie-ua r iiiaa v luc .i- be asleep before they can count fifty -, , ., .- t ' . . .,. ... 1 . - riblo accident in which he, with Mr. and Mrs. Boffin receiving Mr. and low to Sleep We arc often asked for a prescrip tion for preternatural!- wakeful per sons, lhe "high pressure principle on which many of our business men work their brains and abuse their bodies, an irritable condition of the nerves, and a morbid state of mind very antagonistic to quiet and re freshing sleep. Such persons will often go to bed weary and exhansted but cannot sleep, or sleep dreami ly and fitfully; or lie awake for hours unable to sleep at all. We have tried many expedients to induce sleep with more or less success, and have read many receipts which proved better in theory than in practice. The very best method we have yet discovered is that of counting. Breathe deeply and slowly (without any straining effort)and, with verv expiration, count one, two, three etc., up to a hundred. Some persons will in this manner, tuners will count ten, twenty or thirty, and then forget themselves and cease counting. In such cases always commence again at once. Yery few persons can count a hundred and find themselves awake: but should this happen repeat the dose until cured. From Si'ieiu-e of Health. A HEARTLESS KWI.MII.r.R. A Warning to Marlagrrable t;irl. Mrs. Lammle at breakfast, and Miss Bella Wilferin her bridal clothes, was involved, will be remembered; bere is the identical MS., soiled as be says. All other MSS. of Dickens' works are in Mr. Foster's hands; this was given by the former to Mr. Dallas, of the Times (whom Miss Glyo mar ried), who wrote the review of it therein, and who parted with it after a quarrel with Mr. Pickens. Bar Rooms of Nan Francisco. The bar rooms of San Francisco are a feature cf that city. It is not so much their number which attracts attention but the elegance with which they are surrounded. Xew Orleans and St. Louis are both famed for magnificent bar rooms, but the splen dor of both these cities is effectuallv paled by the Oriental elegance which characterizes the saloons of San Fran cisco. They are palaces, buil led in marble and decorated with gold. All the treasures of art are lavished upon their frescoed ceilings and blazoned bars. Beautiful statues occupy niches in the walls. The floors are cover ed with Brussels carpet which yield like mosses to the feet of the reveler. Large mirrors decorate the walls in which the magnificent scene is repro duced and reproduced until a thou sand gleaming lights from massive chandeliers seem . to surround you. No wonder that Californians drink and drink. Tbe fascination of one of their first class bar rooms is suffi cient to lure even a crusader to sip tbe exhilarating wine. I Almost everv one hits a Storv to Klagnlar KereTery ef Vtlce. tell of sonic acquaictancc who was. The Springfield Republican relates entrapped by a wily adventurer or a curious story of the way in which adventuress into an undesirable mar- ja !urob man in Massachusetts recent riage; but we doubt whether any j ly recotred his voice. He lost it circumstances of thiskind more extra-j about a year ago, w hile recovering ordinary than the following have cv- from an attack of cerebrospinal men er occurred. Some time ago a lady in j ingitis, but a few mornings ago he reduced circumstances started a mill-1 was awakened about four o'clock by inery business in a fashionable local- a sense of oppression and faintness. ity in Xew York. She commenced He became conscious enough to un- with an excellent clientele, who sym-j derstand that gas was escaping from pnthized warmlv with her energy and determination to help herself, and soon became highly successful. With a view of executing a number of ord ers, and making necessary purchases, Mrs. H. presently sent one of her daughters to Paris, who, on the steamer, made the acquaintance of a coal stove, and that he would soon die unless he could get to fresh air; so, after many falls and tumble, he gained the outside door, when he fainted, but was soon aroused by tte lapping and tugging of a faithful Xcwfoundland dog. Then tbe thought came to him that bis wife and child Mr. B. This person made himself j were in the house, and though he extremely agreeable to the young la-j bad not spoken for months, he called dy, and obtained permission to call j loudly for help, bis cries, united with on her when she returned to Xew ! the howls the dog now set up, soon York. j rousing a neighbor, to whom he told Accordingly, before long bo pre-j bis troubles, and again fainted and sented himself, was cordially received, j was insensible for two hours. On soon became quite a friend of tbe : recovering bo was unable to talk, house, and atlength an accepted suitor of bis fair fellow-voyager. They were married, he giving out before and after the event that be shonld possibly start in a lucrative business. But week after week, month after month passed by, and he was still idle; always on the point of doing j but the doctor, on hearing the case, caught tbe idea and ordered him to visit the gas-houso and breathe the air in the puriGing room. After spending an hour and a half there he could talk in a whisper, and has since steadily regained the perfect use of his voice.