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JOHN HILLS.
DEKTIST.
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Pa.
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- - ft ta.:iri t'.n- it wiaijzr to
Aiirea a aee. j
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K. -a--JS ' i-". LiVa.
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1-iL -STIVE HAl ATT"JiSl.1 ATi- -
"JlAMOND HOTEL-
STOYSTOWX PA.
t rr-. a J -
fr J 1
irsts ii? ire ei! lijinaUoLE leather,
JOHN HICKS & SON,
EOMfFSFT, T.V.,
And Real Estate Brokers.
nST-VBJ-ISllllD Is-'.
rtrtr t-- 4erreti ariLbey e rx-fcaar? K'.'ja-ert-
irr-at aJ ta. K t tur:r art atiaT jt
r-a'j-rr :a dar, tiwr-t. a iv t..,'- w
z . . a&:a w4 r:M- Ueai eie fra4eaa
rami) , prctsj-y a;: c4r: v.
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MEs FOR ALL.
l iif tjr aale. oa wraa mitr.ia tbe reavfk -f e-
7 aavr. ttvaark-aw aa.'ia.MU. b"4k.a. fetta.
tixy-r Laa-.a aiay -al 'aa-ia. tUiif iuta
aw . a aj:T-at par-a iia anacy. la janej
-mr. aa acre ap 1. a- re. Tl
txe warr-a:i Terata war L a ia aaaul aad tk
aaacaani aqaaa aaawaa payaieaiL pe-peny
cr- Ke aen! affi.a wai aa at rf aT
al taM-a . aU ew. ar ana U u
t- Tw tn hw ren; tl a- a.-. 1
D.WEaAXD
LMTIUTOns SALE
-s fiarai A. M
taa. laae Low-v TarkeT
TpateoraMol. 1
? tae pxvrr aa.k n.y.fc !
harretia aneea tm aui aer- i
tKae aiTut eia araac aa aa !
aaijr
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1YOL. XXIY. NO. 43.
:JDHSSTaWH SHOES BASiji
12V CLINTON STREET.
JuH.XSTOWy. FA.
1 .! qi a.i tea tuaK OvOar. Prwest
: t-c uaierea i.a jt cte . ia:rri aa a,, is
j. at J bb avail lU'taunT aa ii mot
iii2:i3e a year wiuy.; u ioorp(-
I . r ' .'. pan la Hi mm .it t v - T
M Itt una oc r.. ku. Prrfeirre wit.
'biM .n Lit jit nM I fctrr, atf-
' jfvn -rci. rrr.! vor loumaxJ
' r. ht-mt aavl anil i Rxi t
Lfwc i'..:." ii. A. fvA. ojct1 x; 0v.
J. 0. KlilMEL k SONS,
-1 ) A TSTT" "Tr-r" T7 TP.
SchjII & Kimmei,
!
i Acccu of Herein and oth- j
' er E-ne3 People Soxioi-.cd. Dr ,
! 2Gttle in all ptrts of tie Coun- i
try frr
Collect:
sile. Mouey
:-s made.
loaned and
Cambria County
BANK,
M W. KEDI &CO:
SO. S SAIX MTKEET.
JOHSTOWN.PA.,
A (irtv ral EUthiaz BaieTi.asact-d. !
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ICriS DIBERT. JOHN D. ROBERTS.
JOHN DIBERT&CO,
BANKERS
uIM2 SO il FH5II3" iiiilTl
JOffilSTOWN, PA.
4er-aunt of Jlerchanta aod
other bti-oineM people aolicil
ei. Irafi necotlable iat aUl
part af tbe eoanlrjr for Mile.
Vlnnitr t lia rit aaaaaS I aallj afltaaaaat
I
lade. Interest at t the ravie off
Sta Her eeoU per atamnan ava-
j lowed 1 lane Oepowita.
Savinpa laepoavit BooWa Una
'ed.atnd ImereM i. ontpountled
Vmi-ananalli wben ae-lreu
liacti:r Bas.cess Traairf.ttd.
T5C9aLX aTBX7a:z.
J. II. Zimraertuao.
Somenaet, Pennm.
TV t5 if -.tar? tf i!:;-reo: braavlt. masa'ae
tar.i 1 a 13 i '. d tbe rrjmr. g "4 taixra.-.
ti.e r-.i-vi aaaa Sml ay any taiae atar
a ".. r- f '. r t-i f r-r a j.a totava
erer tr&earS-. u S- ta-M- Frlera to tan tae
ar3t"
New Firm.
SHOE STORE,
SNYDER & U.HL
'Ilatiini; pnrfliju-ed the Shoe
Store !a(e!t owned bj
II. C. Reerlt.
Vt :at TO.fcsr. !a ?::- t- i::re'l f
w ce u-s urt ave au ik
Boots, Shoes
and Gaiteis
BOTH OF
Eastern zzi Hst.8 Hanufactan
a va l f.ri iiLr- We a-ii. w.
&aai ftaaciT a 'all tyl
MOROCCO.
CALF SKINS,
KIPS.
AND LINING SKINS
ail ktaOa. iU a fail ae f
Shoe Findings.
Tae H'OIE 31 AXTFACTVaE
NETvil. m ia eiaann 4
DEPABT.
2s. 13. Snyder, Esq.
W be reparattua Ste --TT--ar
Good Work and Eocd Fits
Tbe paaaiar U r
n.ai tamiaN at caul aaad
u aumari M aara avatta aa tariiaia.
i artraa a av aa ta aaaa.
SNYDEE&UHL.
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AMERICAN CYCLOPAEDIA
NEW REVISED EDITION.
will fcrenU bi -l- !
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m an -- m rr .a.-. Mte wl Ui
i.. k i ir jcvara. Irreat
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utvfiJUi caisaiaia' ue euitor? u. 1 n.f i
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l t U& lae a-- i t
taut reresftui wtsiita-1
j .V jot 1A lie ar-Jial Kerr; pU: tTt i.e j
ti errry taa f-m " " (
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a2,e (aa aia Cvg.aa aa i'J vrejereM. tu
t ViiA a&ea isjr(.-aiea.ia Ji ia cua.
ai tae
fwarexoiPjta'"1-"
' it uiitTirxcr which sre it:rTs:frf tat ; njw cere.f cja ih cnaiva ca?h
i aVKTiarJ jnm. .a. t w :a-i h.as of the dinae ia tae eobra.-are of
rMi:j aia am u. u - 'J'a 1 a larre wiadaw. Alarm and aaxietv
' Tctt .a brace ail traaciea v acieaca al of aa.a- j fc , . -
i rai i-ior-r aaJ oeti ta bj uica aaj -1 aere oepicted oa ter features, and
'SrXfSS?
ai taa-.a--ra. i
areser. . a-aawc;i-re aa
1." ra ft striaiuea
Aiaas HKeacm t i-
r-a.-f-i : uifar Iteir ar-Sie ea--
Jj ili.V'1?r;!
aa aii.rar!e (ratBreo la. t ye- ua 1
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ixya. uMttar. , . v..;th fair t,:.n Xataiit. Rarie'-ti ih-
. 1
f sj ar. f. a ui to mbacr:vT- ccy. far
iueotjrery (4 eavra sie. n o
iarar e5av. rotsava. eaeb fteiiaiii'f.y j
a.al a.., pairc. to T !..u."-r.f-"- aeaeraa
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ia Kaii iara-T iiT p - 1 1
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ia 'Tiii x TTee.ati:;Be. gut acf es. per rai. . j j Hastily the cocr opeaeJ: aad a
lTJt'r:i'ijouTiZ maa advanced towards her.
cul n-a.sJeojB. anil be f'U'.a oooe a two owe
a4pecea page U use AaerKaa Cyc'.'
iia. iStL-f tjpe. iiii5Utioej, ett. wal be ?eat
aT . : j oe a;-p'ijcuae.
i'.-n: cJl-s taarasatc tra'1 -aa:e4.
Aiare-a J. H. ILUAACSOX.
Arsi', ts SiiiASc. riiiabarja, fa.
UkLISS, FOLLANSBEE & CO,
Merchant Tailors,
.iad ZVIamn ;iT -ir
Gent's. Yootb's and Beys,
FEsMoiiatls Clotliiii as3
121 Wo4 Stitet, eararr rLflh Irraae,
PITTSBUKGH.
C LA T E
ROOFS.
"boe arbo are mer baiViisa; aecra aboci kiw
'.ta- rt rbeaTer :a tbe kca raa la act ca Siiaie
avai-'a tk a ua aaua-iea. Slaiea-ia iajtfareeer.
a&i 8 repair, are m;aird. ate f leea tae par
eat . aLrr fcr rtrrat S.a--e ia flre fT" ETery
rod tceaawM awtiMiu rar. Tbe aa-ler-ttraaa
a aaeaa aa Cwabertaad, there be Laa a
Ijm4 r.piy
Peachbcttom L Bocktngham
k ncosi-tb eery b i-tkSe. He wSJ eai'r
kt to poj S-a:e K r Hc-aM. fi: lie aad pri
ra:e a irr. ac etrber la t-wa fe ocafry at tae
k.-et frim. sl w warrant 1 .: aa-i ate
or a.:. r- u ta C-ire. . li Eti-ins-re
Mrif-dojffiKl. Xi. (eimaii beieftTUk
X O A H
CASEBEEK,
Pa.
H. SciriTT.
A;n "i. ia'i.
C. A. WatTit
C. W. Tsraai.
Cheap Store!
t'EY tKa.C-S. GEOCIEiES.
FAEaI,3 nPLXxrjcis.
H A LI"KS.E, CKAiTf, Avt. k-
rr Ci'i r FTotv.
Gebcarts, T-k.
1876 Will PAPER, 1876
rVerra: iw tve)?ia tVe 8rlrar r!a ar-
rarari. Tae beat Pa.-taia boaae lm..T rw-..wt-
Latiake raper. aih aba vitfecac. taaoaa.
Varie-. eirfKel at Pestle Qnaad Papera w!B
Prte an itaatat. N-w Hall Piiaaerra aa Sawai
-r rokTrtm. Aatennaa &okl CirooaX iit,
Saua. piaia Iml. lVasuaa. a.. Fan Pr-ee
Sjrer Kauai awaiMeti at kjpmatfcaa.
Kae-riaal lriea ta Oeaaarrm.
Ie Zonehe i Co
101 Fifth awe., net to Portoftee.
XarrhSt PiTTSBt TliH, PA.
T. D. EVANS.
ARCHITECT.
aaamaraaa ma Eani. OHet U. na
Tl- PITTSBTTKG1T.
1876 .WHERE NOW ? 1876.
Te It 1TH IO 4 X. aueatiae fun. afciii
aavl heaibj Stea:
WHAT FOR?
T. br a r AaUt aat at ta
One Million Acres
avAriaib a lytliAXa B. Jt
R:racx Sc-fla. Eaaatr Xarkata. 8- rw. OarA
P-eclraamta all aaoer. Ail kiaxi danrfiiizr
a-teaty ef araaer. uaabar aaat lia. aaai
Pnaatnaa a la aaw acta ; aaarTaT3;
balaaee aa uave.
aaaTStaal far Uaatrau4 aaaapkaet. faa aa( Savrea
aa. aa-arca. aod t easeiavd. Aadrea.
. A. HoWaRD.Oacaaa'rOraawl aasayaaXirh
nu b l i . . . . . , .
-- - "ac s ommz j aaaa larpt.
JPTa-trrS 3el
OBTAINED .
ara. aanrtvfaai. mm
eAanre fear areliaua.ry aaaaeav.
i- - ..--
. vfck ril . (re-
C08 !"UU.T BaUX. A KTmE
a riflA ata, Putaarja. Pa.
ome
lock-s dbeii or prHii-
WILLOW.
One iwcir iiy. fa tie tsstr rjTiaj.
Befcrt a WaMr4 U?Ml u tic;.
OoaJie4 ani fcred M fa wtattr tacr.
Seai-triva kat aad cardlzal JeatSex.
Fta e:: a Bipicj
Weal OjW-LvcAa'aftr vfr
T.rr-i of waltiny sb kf.
Sail :!! V.'.Ce rxi U osra.
Si far-. bed tk Vare Isrsa 3ia-!.i ere.',
AaJ feeaJ na erea a teaf ef cajrr:
Na-waerr Ue ac4 chill aal vet
OaeV: abe fpy an liM rtoie:
ta; waere Use trwiet raa
A atj tti tilicw.
Sae ftkkni ia tcr Uu loai
A braiKi f j.srLe-wlli'.
Ai -be eUdaa" far. ac toft aai fray;
Sae wavmawd tarn &a knag ".
Ab4 eaasti ar peisse-eaia.
Sb piaji at CTi'S aaJ bi; ;
Sue p'jyeJ at Crtdisg Trees: :
A&I Wirt ie trrrl t te at la,
Iyv-J Jmsied a dreaa.
CerSe ta a U'e e y beap.
Ua ier tb lrfaotbe, la saisef
Sia aea.-. aitv 1 ie kit kw L.,
A ta.1T of rOces -W-t-a-r .' aw--r
Aa J ribs rf re bt btxl.
Fpr a a trio -airt tr-e.
trre kneaa. ai kiiteti. lai t-t;J.
Aa tha-k u tbey rtai4 be.
liaae. TtOo. aad liac a irk ;
vrtse. nc W:i ear! lia UA ?tk;
S;r.ji?i. Ii? a r yal User' a.u. :
Tt: all were t-l-w ytl. aaJ ttia;
..ij eaa lli al' L
se. i rwr-e. as-j tiritr t
-We are it wilicw pasfits;
O, itr art tea liio-ice
Xfi.'.JJ: ie k braaeti aai Lu&zk.
The Lar.k w.3S waiieJ. -.V'---. nov'
Tea! iark. ar. : j: (lki L-k i..
AaJ f:'j td tr avub-r fp--k:
If tfc-r Tcrt Jpi. ataTTBi
I: iJ be rrry akc;
Bat I fcrat Lhe will jv-casiea
Wiai't lad tae uiu-akr
r C.Vf Btiit. ia J'i.' TViac Aracc
1DEMM1LO
5
! In oae of lt f-jieBdid Dices of
'(tte Rjsoiaa capiuL a f.:r voaair afiri
! she coLs:aatlr ciafped aad unclasped i
her assail tanas, and tervouilv aroo
and I .oked Ut !3tO tte etreet.
to tte etreet, and
, 1 ...
.-I..!-:
-sjj.e paiLlUl ia;eti.: reDCe,
. ..r ,. - . .. i
.... : --
oeastv 01 ie taCrsiaa Cuart, upon1
rhich ca;are aaJ for;aae bal show-laai
ered everr 4"
ui, aju lur
4 r -
whjtn even
tbe stera reatcres
,f
I Nicholas woaid reiax into s-jmeth'.cg' !
... -. I , , ,
iise a sci:.e as .e ijvaeo up-a cer
beautv and rrace. 1
i-Iara to bidyoa fareweu, a;aie, I
be said, ia a voice brokea by em
tioa. !
0a, Alexis! what is jt?" cried the '
yoanjr girL
I have dispieased the Laipercr,
iad be has ordered my arrest."
"Tbe emperor will pardon yoa I
will po to him," said the. "lie will
re irftaae nre. He trss always tea
so kind to mt."
Alas! my
Natalie. He will re
fuse yoa this The emperor believes
me concerned ia a conspiracy, and he
never forgives. I am innocent, but
be will not beiieve me; bet if I ara
r-B to Siberia
"To Siberia! Oe, Aleri;: it caaaot
be it maat not bel""
For a moment neither spoke. At
length, with a powerful effort at se!f
controL the young maa said: "Na
talie, let rae place this ring upon yonr
Sneer, aad promise me that yoa will
wear it always ia memory cf what
mr love baa beea to yon. The em
peror will force yoa to marry. I do
not wish the thought of me t make
yoa always wretched.
He placed npon her fiajer a ring
ia which was a single emerald of
5Tat brilliancy.
"Do not uke it off, nor resd tbe
inscription, till yoa hear cenaiiy
that I have ta banished." he siad
A shiver of horror ran throagb her
frame, bet she went on, firmly: "Then
read it;it will Cimfjrt yon. Now I
mnt go. The emf eror allowed me
this iaterview. aad the guards are
awaiting me."
He clasped her coavalrivrly to his
breast, ki-fsed her brow aad lip, aad
layiag her gently np n the divaa.
passed oat. Ia the street tie guards
awaited him.
Tbe Tcrds cf her lover did not de
ter Natalie from attempting t save
bim. She sent a petition to tbe em
peror, imploring aa interview; Cat
was deniei
er. She waTla"d t
empress.
"My p-;r child," said the empress,
kindly. ' I woaid gladly take yoa
tbe emperor, even .at the rirk "cf in
curring his dlp'easBre; bat it is t'K
'ate. Alex's Poteratia has been seat
to Siberia for life.
Natalie heard her aoh
Lift her up," said the empress,
"she has fainted."
Bat Natalie hai sot fainted. Slotr
!v, hot resolatelv, she rose, and mak-
j iag a gesture of respectful submis-
;sioa to tte emprci?, teggea leave to
retire.
When Natalie reached Lcr owa
apartment, she drew iroa ber Eager
the ring tbat Alexis bad place. npon
it, and read tbe inscription carved
upon tbeuaside ia French; "Death is
the only consoler," it said ' We shall
meet ia heavea"'
Taere is no place mere dreary,
more terrible, evea ia iaajiaa
tioa, thaa the mines of Siberia.
Among the condemned ia a large
quickiiiver mine in the very heart of
the co a a try, thousands of verst
from St. Petersburg stooped at hia
daily tuil a forra arh'e tall and no
ble prcportioaa even his coarse habit
scarcely shrouded. Hi delicate
frame, unased to labor, aad exposed
to the rigor of aa Arctic climate.
sooa yieiued to the nnhealihiaes cf
his occopatioa; and he was fast siaa
iag under his trials. Yet, death
wonld come, gntle deatn and hi
heart leaped wi.h a momentary jy.
The rjTjggle wa not long. A few
days cf coaaaement to a hard pallet,
a few nights of suffering, and the fiat,
which evea aa imperial decree could
aot slop, went forth. The rictim
was released.
Three months after this, the grand
ehamberlaia of Ro6ia presented bim
lf before Mile RadetekL aad ten-
moaed ber to the presence of the em
peror. When eondacted to the palace, his
majesty diaat.LtBed the gentetaaa ia
waixiag aad airbed ber to approatb.
Hisstera features were contracted
tte stera :eaicres o: tae tmperor'ease. net era Here and report.
rset
ESTABLISHED, 18
SOMERSET. PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, lS7b
bT aa expression ct 0ep (Ji?p.aeare.
"-Wtrdjea Mademoiselle P.adeuki;
wear m-.araiog?" he said. -D abt
m. era for conspirators who wocM
snbrmthe eoreraraeDt and brio
detrSL a their eJaatr?!-
-V 'ire" she answered "I
wtarioVirftioM "h!S roor
w S dlTb.rS
wbra. br Toorpre comoaad,
nrnaiceJ dt btad "
nrJeiibeeTJ tSSi -l!enPt7,r
rrf7r a d'ff"enr pBL
ywi ut a Q.nrent porpce. 1 Cave
C2 n-fQ
rn.JilBu Tar Tuti
-Mercy, tire! exclaimed Natalie,
ela-pin; ber bacd, inipJuraJ.
' Do ooi ft.ree me to marry."
"Farce, Mdoijise;llc! that U ma
ujtiy wrd 1, Tur nope-rur, recoji
uiiidei yuar uxrp:auc of the Sitii
of a TOiidif D-bir3ia of fcih rabk.
Tiw-re are reasons of elate arcicb
ui.ke rue iipr-r4T desire ibis mar
riage. And, Nata ie," be added, b;s
baro t.ne aod maacer ejfu:aiai;
risibly, "gnef tbvuid cot Ia eurraaL
Li!f :a cot iveo us io waste ia idle
sorrow for wbi ia irreuiB"lib.V; a?il
new tits will erio yoa toiace, aaJ,
iu time, fappaea.''
A rtn: preeed fcer basdd to her
bosom, ia a moaientar p!ui '. pia,
! ir uDsertw ib atiuieriux emerald i
ttai Miricbed her fiajrer. j
' hp'eaJkl a jewel is ha.-j:y 6-- j
iuag a oaonmic arb. Maiui-;-j
selle. ilar l?e the riaj?' j
Poor Natalie aiarciered faictly:;
Your EaWir wiil not take it frm j
DC'
! "I will retarn ii'reoiied the e-t-
1 i- : ..
it"!, as iicuauiaru lav lUKtiL'Uu.
l--Pe.tb.ihee.Jo.:-'be murmured
I. , - i j . - .a.
I Lei II 1 alS .A. a rm i,ra u i iur 1 r a L
i heair aad cwaiforior."
1 Hn'iridL.Fu ri...,4 -,... . ..
: eXLTe.-:oo of dreo P:eiT
as
t aiarkfd brr asi-d
-rr
pa'tid ffatur; bat Dotnioar
I II ir
was rerceptir-l-ia bis tooe as bej
said; "It is aay will Madrmoiece,
. -. -U ..fj I :.a
ii-5i f u eu"u:u w uarT:ru a u juiu j
froui this day. The time will coroe
when von will thani m f.ir this fie-i
eiaoa. lo can now retired
V a. !"
?. rf Ki- farnrito r.baaVtaf.
. ... . . .
r-...
Ctrl. LIS lavoriie pnvs:c:aa.
"seeKenaon," sa:a tte ciar
-0
se lIsdemoire;
Fiod
nt
tifshebasaoT oraraaio dis-j111 Ir '-beDoctorr fairly screeched (
letara here and report, butt -"-M:Ety.
say nothing of what yoa observe
ti.
,
anv one eise.
Ia a few
hours Dr Seckecdorf
fitted to the preser.ee
; was araia a im;:
!of the czar.
' ilowisyoar
Nicholas,
"I fear verv
pauea:
iaqaired
vour dm-!t.
She has enearism ol the heart"
' Is there any immediate daager
-There may not be, if 6he is
not excited. Bat violent agiution
or grief nay prove fatal.'
"Wbat has eatued tbe disease?"
"Her e5nstnorloa bas always beea
fril; botl thiak" here he beVitated.
"Say cut what yoa thiak," said
the czar, impatiently.
"Then, with your majesty's per
mission, I think that tbe sentence of
Couat Pctemkin was her death
blow."
The czar paced his cabinet impatiently-
"Sbe will irct over it
Seckendorf A happy marriage will
make her forget all that, i fcere i
nothing like happiness for a woman's
health "
"I do not presamo to coatradict
your majesty, but I doabt wbetHer
Mademoiselle Radetski is able t-
bear either happiness or sorrow very
Ion?.
The emperor di?mis-d his physi
cian after enjoining him to visit 'hi
patient daily. In tbe mean'ime the
preparations for tbe marriaare went
en. A costly trou&trau as pro
vided for the bride, aad all th" baau.
tv and rank t f the capital invited.
Tbe emperor himself was to grace the
ceremony with bis presence
But st'n Dr. Seckendorf visited hs
patient, and his face grew grave as
he locked at her
One mornin? he reached her man
sion at a later boar taaa usual. Her
attendants iof-irmed him tbat their
mistress bad -jot yet ran? her HI.
aad they hesitated to disturb her.
He went atorce to her apartment.
The attendant drew asida the cur
tains oftbe bed. With one band
supportin her head, which rested
npin the pillow, lay tbe pale 6leeper,
less brilliantly beaatifal tbaa when,
with proud step aad careless srraee,
she trod the gorgeous ealoon of the
capital, but far more lovely.
Death the consoler, had" stopped to
kii-s his victim, aad bad not disturbed
the peaceful smile tht rested oa her
lips. Ia ber baadshe held tbe rinz
whi-b sbe had uken from ber Eager,
aadfbe had pasod away while read
ing its inscription.
Gently Seckendorf replaced it npon
the marble eager, from which it was
nevermore to be takes.
"Truly," he marmurel, "fr her.
death is tbe cnaoler."'
Wbat Arc War Ta BVa.
Editic; a paper is a nice Lusiaes.
If we p&Uieb jkes, people say wt
are rattled headed. If we omit
jofcc ttey say we are aa old fossu.
If we pabliah original matter, they
'cuss" us for not giving selections.
If we publish selections, folk say
we are lazy for aot writing something
they have not read ia some other pa
per. If we gire a maa a complimen
tary notice, we ara centared f r be
ing partiaL It we don't give com
plimentary notices, folks aay we are
a bog. If we do aot eater to the
wishes of the ladies, the paper i not
fit t make a bustle. If we remaia
ia our office and attend to our busi
ness, folk say we are too proud to
mingle with our fellows. If we go
oat, they say we sever atteaj to
oar basines. If we do aot pay our
bills promptly, folk aay we are not
to be trosted. If we pay promptly,
folks aay wa atole the money, lf we
wear poor clothes, folk say baslnesa
ia bad. If we wear good clothes,
they aay we sever paid for them.
Now wbat are we to du? Ex.
Swinging u said by the doctors
to be a rood exercise Lr the health,
bat many a poor wretch bas come to
hi death by it-Leap-year
papers advise girl not
to marry until they can support a
hoabaad.
9 7.
iw-aT.iaii
, . " ' ..k f. ipt Poa be, '.j OJ1 df.fLrd
"Good norBin?. Sirs. Miatj!-ob- Ia k ,Jde fc' hi: bi "rTmilJ Uj C?1'a r ' t tie.d Tf ota ,r. .br i-.
rred tbe Recwr. ai the dx,r opened .mw horror. B?"a oa the Br cf the roja! k,cb-1 " f.jr He Bri
- fca kauct U? Amermvpo ih mb. Tbe t WM not wj.a. ou,a "-T .0.,r.j
The df seemed lo bare a surler h P"" 'would eaH tax.r; bs u.ach l;;'"."
.r WilI ln od opened acareelj nme Tbwai. eontn-aace .-r,ffiBT u need in guia w it ! ? e "l " rt, , ,
ideenJagb to kt the Rtor ia, ad- cribed a eo!e,.i5? of fcur x!Cejlh.t ;ea chwaberIaiMr eta.; A - r Jo5qittt i' vli"' 'a
thMi Miatj iabitoe.:!bo,cruiB la si0? .thecal P-!?l"rS :"e
I!fr "B?!.t' ,a..,e. VI
irvia a cna;r im orr i! rca, inea . uat iua.!-p-0oje practice
he Rtor aaw at a glance th.tond b.ramer tostr.ke a blow ererj Um. B0 wa.coace.I.d
not PIed. but he tea day,. Three jer. . aa.tje.
- onsoceefaL wm' trt., i.i.-.w. j, r
;u'wm uuieuiuiisc . aaj wc iaa
ter. He had accident
itally heard tbal'
of her daughter,
dj of the siekaesa
ck.
Y
aad tee
all
t
e s seea o: tou. repi-ea sirs.
rep! ed Mrs.
f:n!- rhh an ..f, a t alm.i
and at tfc fr.t onrv.rtnnitF had r-alJ. Periairt eaaers at
ed to ?ee Ue youaif cirL Not seen-? itia tDi;ai! of a
iu-r to notice the rau htra manaer. 1 btcb was to be area at a B
he said; -1 hear that M.ria is ! nod by traia of eWko.-rk.
" 'thus rii'Ioie a cuaotrty wt
sn.k the good Rector oat of his seat, plosive suluace, aad mace to re -
Tbt Rector was a mek ttaa, aadenih?e a lamp of coaL Rats" are
ovtr'wi iiaz the readluess of her re-. ( two biads, oae lor iron eLtrs aad
pi
he atei
nK loa ' has ahe been sict?
r-m a u .. .
enhcr.
"Have roa had a physician?- :a -
red tte iiwtor.
Had a physic..! What a qties-
-iwo were ana orfr, ei:aurl"l-l',l'ur "'"" -
UjhI by the girt has beea a:inot !r later aaaia? a aaa-erou3 ra ia
.lead.' I wonder Tt.a got here before! a rery iacceib!e place. Th
-he as dead! "fJad a tbTe:c-;an!', "wood raf is cinch more ingenious,
The.- Ia.-; wris Mrs. Mia'ty fairlTifja-t-UBa' of a bxx coataiaiog 101
arr-aad out beiweea her teeta, wh'h ! pnrht cylinder, eoanecied wiLhaa-
i;lji.'Uieyii toira 3 ber di-pod horizontally. Tbecp-;
. fr .. . .. i-- t i:a -.! . ;. . t
"ww becaca evident lnt Mrs.
! MijiT ua each daT of tpr diah-.r'a
I J -
Tch,t' deiay ia
, t. Kr avr.tV n.
1 5
h- W-l .
1 a decree of ia-;
estei strategy or!
:i: b--i uo reached
,t - .jiV tnat surre:
a -t-i t. . 1 1
-f.t T. - j "
6w tl.iZr r--.
ite lurcior re-.oi.ei hdt
aiiDfarauce laj:1"' ' "
, , . a--
- - J - - 1 j- .. .-
Le ob-rved.
ir- a;i k.i
U.4 U - li .Lr U
1 -. 1 . - .
vj t.a.
Hjw did he happea
1 did aav one everhea
. "
31 ana was tick: or. trcaw he Was
naIr. a.1 Hr.mrw,! ia intri-wT
. V n n
vv,"-
i 'fi.-w etnnAu iv r. Avn
liar, B 1 ' i J
RaPt.ti idaazhterlie s.tk ia the house ted Bot'srenaces.
naoeiaiij- . ,
j -- "tr
v, yoa seat tor tirn:" ssiatce,
i Rector.
Do you ihitk he'd cjme if
we
did'n; send for him? Ho'd Le kaow
Maria was sick?" replied the mother !
lo.klngatthe Rectoras though she!
pitied tisstapioity.
"Do you always send for the phy
sician wbea you want him!" asked
the Rector with provoking mildness.
"Well, I declare" exclaimed Mrs.
Miaty. "What do ysa aik such a
qaestion as that for?"
"I did not know." said the Rector.
"but t tax as yoa expected tbe clergy-
maa to Si.a out as best be could thats
Si.
v ourdaaghter wasaick, without sead-
r was aick, without
iegfor him. yoa might do the same
;;h the pbyciaa."
oQ.eth:ri7 nil pafins.;'v been i
lawniag upoa Mrs. Miaty -s miad, enjoyed or prformed tahtoat sbirk
hich the last word of the Rector. ! iag, "and to the very best o. bis and.
uttered with inimitable good nature, !iyT He did bo, as a youth, lie aaahe
resolved into a fall iatellectaal sar-' o' aigats wondering "what he wul i
mise. tier severe lace relaxed lato
a br-.ad i-mile. "0, 1 reel I seer she
exclaimed. "I thought them wa.
jiighiy queer qaestions. Weil l
atueslbad ought to ba sent for yoa
t--o, seeing a bow I sent fr tbe
Docor. And yoa did'at know Ma
ria was ick?
-No," observed the Paector. "If I
bad I shoold certainly have called be
fore this. 1 accideoially beard of
her illness it's morniDg for tbe first
time."
"Well, really, I hope yoall excuse
me. Step tbis way, .Maria's i a the
backroom: shell be all sort of glad
.o ree tou."
The
t Haar.
A qaestioa of great oagaitude is
utider diacuseioa ia New York City.
It is whether pesnata caa he eatea ia
the street cars without infringing the
-.cial canons. Tbe Herald makes a
stroag plea for the peaaaL - It says itj
contaias large quantities of pbospho-
rus, and is, therefore, bra": a strength-!
enmg. A man wnose braia ia strong
bv nature doe not need to eat pea
nuts: but whea aa idiot shows a de
sire to improve a barren intellect be
should be encouraged. The Ilrrald
aL-o remark that the peanut suffer
unjustly from iu vulgar name. It
would be more respected if called
the Arachuis bypogxa. "It is also
an impreeeive fact aot generally
known that the peanut is the root cf
Buaium bulbocastaaum, aa umbeCif-
erou plant which U tariaaceoss,
phosphoric, sweet,' aad nourishing.
A pint of peaanu may be a vulgar
relreehment; bat a pint cf Anchuis
hyp.ga deserves to be locked upoa
ith reepect.
Oat IaaaaaxlaaaarT TrMkle.
-Walks and Tafa' iathe Arreri-
can A jriciLLturitt, write:
"Half of oar troubles are ima.riaa-
ry. Tbe remedy for these is bope-,
aad the remedy for the other ball ta
work. Work will give oa bope, aad
bope make labor eT. What will
not a little extra work do for oar cuts
fort and the comfort of our familira?
Oae-Laif-hour's work a day would
make all the difference betweea a dV
rpoatlent boashold aad a borne of
comfort. Let a poor d scoo raged
man try it. Brooding over trouble
does so good. It will pay no debts.
Work wilt make a creditor wait.
And let me say right here, tbat 1 do
aot think farmer as a eUas, or their
families, are gives t extravagance
ia dress or ia their style of Living.
J an sow tbe tendency i the other
way. They are apendiDg less tbaa
tasaal, aad it i a capital uaae to maA
improTefDeatav. ' la tiauea of geoa-raa
depression, Lke the preseot, some
people thiak the work! is eocuag k
aa end. Be tbat as it may, it is wise
ia as to cootinae plowing asd sow
ing. It is s great thing to feed sad
cloth a the world. W by lies seeds
fawEM-r fear? ! His prtxiact never go
osi of fasbioo. Breavd, Biilk, buuer,
cheese, beef, sauttoo, sorb, puuitrv,
eggs, fmitaad potatoes will be waot
ed every day to tbe esd of tiae-
Aad it is our duty sod ear iatertst to
eee It at Ue waarid OaaeS BOt CuOse to
aa esd fur waat X taMd. -
--
'ZiTT . rik
"i--i
inace to fbip aa infers,
board of one of toe it
rnal nsaebiae oa
erarriea Ici-
BKiio-itaa.
I(r-
aiid
aitro-
m'irht ha' died for'iHyceriae. Tte cuai-cei w a.ore .a
3 DHiar, eoiststin? erny 01 uuii
1 an:rt e-osl-.uaT - -v. -
1 bra- caMlfly. COCtaiCiajT Seme ex-
for woodea oaes. ite iron
"t" evo:K of a pirof iroa, eiailar
V . a 1 - l Tt
I-a. J W-.mm. .-.' - a-V ..i I. a
fed oat on ooe side so as to coataio ajwls pro!oD?ed,cwia to the presence!
! hoilo boria? tool ;lrd with acid. jia ttf) bed of a few pieoa feathers, j
ana so arraorea aiwauu ""F':
ide by the motion of the a, s-joner
ngntc uooer? rrc r -.a
. aad the bORCKtlal OM C03-1
.... , ,
; ta;oed a piston or planar, pn.ridtd
' wita a stufioir box. Tbe rac-ioa cf
. -
..
the bip se-at tte waer into one a
the other nrin. eyliader aiitrea
!1 -r.i.n. !.... tn i. -
'."rTOUl"'f
!! .. r. M-in in
ahau imr t. . nicb-
. i - . .
-.-. ,rto.,i uh an an.'fr
TVhi.a a. Lai Lad been maae in tee
.c
.
- . 1 l j-- a --I.
1 to call? Wen'clarin? the bole for the adaaireion of ;
irsach a rjaes-fwater aad impairioaT tbe evidence of
jlbenaicreof tbeicacfciae. Fieschi's!
..n: tr.'.ntm fir -fcia aj-a.a.Asio.aiioa of '
. " n . 1 1 : : 1 1 ' 1 ,111. mij wr . i"irrrt u
- -f 1 1 .
"I. I
? EH 1 "EUappc was aa ai-raayroieua
' f ibirtT-StO SOS barrel. SO CODTX1T -
I ai aa tn h crrd a!l at OECe. wnue
... a.-,.- .:- . i.a
ii ni a DTnn'i wrre :niTiT Laari-
(.evr Vatklai-laa
Ueorre asaiartoa was t cos -
George Washiagtoa was
r - ......
spicuoU3 and beautiful iasia:
ce c f a i
maa who minded
S-ppose tbat aa intelli-reat person
liviagia ooe of tbe Earopeea centers
of civilization had beea --ked, about
. , a. . .a...
tte year X '.'. woat tuaa iuea wici
' , .
of are wasmost'
likei; to be the troieal ireavaad-eood
maa'of the modern world? Woa!duV- 7 PW
be have singled out the Virginia mi- j . . . ...
luia officer, it that time bu.viug bim-! d, LT. Zr
aelf w,th be care of his pl.aoa ! -"- highest pr copafor mon -
on tbe Potomac, arad wbavever atrial
....
datiea an.-l ciI:irT.-ja. ir whatever Do-
lir oolitics were conveaient aad ap -
send-fpropriate? The etroez point boot
WaVhiagtoa was, tbat tae duty or
the pleasure, the ceremonv or the!""" 7' V --yr:
'f--i'-r -ha- Uria air h-
be wbea he grew op to be a ota
Whea he becaoie a maa be wtd
neither imagination nor geoius, but
he bad one of the trait f geoias.
namely, concentratioa Be pot hi
mind cpoa bis present occupation,
without looking back or loukiag
ahead. He engineered, fought tha
Iodiavna, r de horseback. wrote letter,
went fox banting, attended cborciv.
proposed to young women, conducted
campaigns, aad governed the United
States, each at tbe proper time, aad
each with
assiduity.
Sincerity of pirpose aad
We
do
net hear or tis
when be did, ii
sweanng often;
fu
bnt
a- thorou2hlv aad efTectivelr done.
If be seems not to have been sac-ces-fa!
ia the matter cf matrimonial
proposals as in other occupation, we
mnt remember that the eentecnially
revived old wives tales of early aad
indiscreet refusals cf Washington by
the said old wives themselves, mast
be take with a few
ereatial allowance.
graiai
def-
As we straggle betweea the sheets
and lay oer head oa a soft pillow
some cold winter's night, it sometimes
seem as if nothing bu: a luxurious
coach of this sort could be worth
calling a bed. Yet a large part of,
the world enjoy no inch arrangements i
for sleeping, aad could not enjoy
jf
raosed i. much lea Uxurioa fashxa.
L v I. . r i - fin, nwa ai(a:rjra fp.
la eastern eoantr.es oeoole common-
ly snreai s net oq the tat roof cf.
s
tfceh- boa.40- make that their bed. Ia!
Rassia the top of the stove u th
...I
belstead. In both ce the sWpe:
Wav UVk sutM.a aaoi..
I. anrieor Firrnt as atlil in China
ad Japan wooden piliow were kl?4
oroe, hollowed oat to fit the shape
a
vvxur. avai,w ct vaaa aw - - f -
of the head. Bat the ancient h-gyp-tiaas.
while oa account of the heat
and vermin, they preferred hard pil
lows, are said to bare consicerej
their comfort at night ia the iavca
iioa of spring mattresses. They
were made of slips of bamboo cross
ed over each other, asd mat have
beea as couL if sot quite a soft and
yielding, as the wabbtag vf twine
stretcned over a frame, os whkh the
aativesof India reel.
Th IaraeUtes used sheep aad goat
skis staffed fur pillows, and ia early
times the same tut bedding, bot then
cedsteavd, at s later period, at ieaat,
most bavo beea very eosdy. Toe
rrphet Araos apeak of of couches
taory.
A moag the Aasyriaaa, and tf-"-wards
araosg the Romaa, cooche
of gold sad aiiver were poedessed by
tbe rich. Tbe reason for this splctv
ior wa partly tbat the beaU were
ot ia separate roucva. but ia tbe sajsc
roota oceapied by day, aad were oaed
for MUia; oa sad reciiaise oa at
iraesls. At Rotaaa feasts tbe guests
ail recliaed, sad sooaeuzae each per
soa oecupiad s separate cooes. -
Oar Aagtfisxoa sscestors were
sot a all raised is thctr sleeping ar
raareiBeiatav. Tbeir beds canaOaiied of
aroodaet boxes, tailed with s bag of
straw, la sa eld illaatraied maoa
seript there is s picture of king go
ing to Wd. He bss screws os his
bead (s very . SaacoaaionaWe atlftU.
cap;, bos as aa sight
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BaaMaaavaaBaaaavaBawamsaaaa
? ivicjc licnrT mmi r.a?:oa,
"'I ? ?W" fte .e,.
tcakuriuct3 iu;y u -c
in ( i!;i1 l r.T irr r..ffiwl 12 t. i
... - " . -
B.deax, eoc.Uiin:a- A 0jl M J ,h ofa.n
ic.es or rTrai Taia. ana it
ti..a? Ti. ,-ra T- .
whom a fratberbed was ba..:hed
f lAiUli '!. .4 ka4 ' -. aa a A-. 1 U aA
- ,ti . . w; .
iucj uvi Nuau v 1 n.ri c a vaiiuic
: hia rrmff rt br niht si tf jiidl:
- . tuT i njl bu weifr br dT.
j: cm raeatioced ia eoaoasioai
, lt may M raeatiocea ia eoaoasioai
' ? IH a t k at rrrn snr-.: l;T'"i !
j wts rotnnK;a ia thoaoatbof' There i.-silv-r.r t'Jr -ear
i EogUad, ia a teiif that a person Ucd, Maryiaa.i, aa old lady oy la
U0Bit biie hiaz oa pireoa i aarae of Elna:b iai-Ijra i 'ih
, f-tcrs. A djiaz per-.a baa fLea,; Feb.-CarT KTJ.wi a.a thee z -A
betn rera.jTti t0 tte bare 2-jor. ca
- itte nJoa teat tae aeaia srrairzie
. a. -m . .
ia toziaad it is sn.i castoniarT to
; scrryU:ili
the
i be d
w:;h ccnains.
Acericaos h
are
aJpted te raor
e raori
sensible Freacb fahioo of a'lowiaz a
free eircalatioa of air aboet
Ih?
Sia4tari Faau
. . . r '.., -v r 1
. . . 1
A profey-sor, a teacher cf Gerreftu,
wa oace very much disturted by aa :
ill IWi m ur?uau. lc tauaiiirri. ' .
! . . .... .
M I 14 . UTM U -144, j -1 1 1 !.-
"That keach nil leave the r'-ota
' j.m : j ?
nauiui tar nuu-iyu
1 nat.t.m. ue iuu
ir ! - 1.
: :? car-1
' . , , , 1 . . .
'r-rtfMi' th rnh aid Ift it or.t-
- . .
aad biaad.y retameu to o.her
.
-o, no," sa.d tte proiesejor. I do,
not meaa that; I meaa theyooa?;
mn a-r! Ant .-4 tfc fcnrh ai!l rr.
s -
' WrB.
i o "
T0C2g
men tronzbt back
ritaa r-ita-k an4 aa a it A tfc..3 tb
uv
j this wa all that cod i reasonably be
! expected cf them.
Another professor, who was the
i' , . ... r
pita ci proprte.v. was sauiy oiscoa-
serreii in nm tiiiubl oi a lee-ure uirjn
j Edmund Speacer, byadzea roogh
i -T ,. v
ti-eroomf kaLa? wv
,.,?3.Ter ' "IL,
T iliiiui TJire aai
i , . -., ,
ithe bavg (:f wa mav use such a a ex-
ra auc uu.
.v -
P"? ' 5""-' . r.-;
f lmPv,
1 room A aa. 3. L
i room No. 3, L oiversiiy Briaz
r " 1
the doirs betweea the hoars of 10 aod
' " "
I . , .
r-w.
wa ia the habit ot getting t-3" bright !
retort oa the delinqcecs stsdenu. j
Oae man. wbo toad, oa a certain -
jccttsion, stood Tor ts.l aa nour si
lently anchored to a blackboard, like
a b,r-e lied to hi raaager, was final
ly accreted a follows:
" " Well Mr. Joaes, yoa have stood
:here kr some time. Now, how do
yoa explain your problem?"
Joees, who had no idea of the prob
lem, or cf any homan interpretation
of it, made one deep dive dowaiate
the recesses cf his memory, aad
brouzh: up one stray principle.
"Well, fir," he said, "1 explain it
by the principle that the aagle of re
Sectioa is equal to the angie cf ihri-
deats."
-That will do, sirJ
said the pro-!
feasor, vieibly marking a roond O op-
pos.te hi nameia tbe class roll; "lfjDoes Air. Jlei?ter t;ycer see tte
your aagte c: resection was on ly ay
tittle less obtuse
soch iajidena as these."
Oa another
occasion this eame
to a stndent wbo bad
professor said
blaadered
tetriblv thraceh a reer.a-
Uoa.
"Haw fare? are yoa from a fool?"
"I supple," replied the stadeot,
measuring the distance betweea him
self and tte professor- table, "abost
seven feet and a half"
Tte professor's eves twinkled as
be said:
' It's a pity, sir, yoa eonSae yocr
brightness caiy to your aaswtr:''
r rait Tree Heare.
I ce lass aumoer
tawa. y . 1
cf tbe Loion
and describes a
.t(rr-i!e Uiastrates
!rni Ue W? wtct iea
SaTe'
and worthy cf adoption ia
t our
pans c: tan cvuaa-y. t'jrj,;,,! Charles S. Jentings. cf Georgia,
a contemporary says that ia i c.Te aeiected b? toe States" o
'9?-
Fratve aad Belgium, more tbaa else-'
where, have the vacant space along
i tbe line of Rail war beea atilized fr
a f . -
' F"tcS r.w .u.y.
P8
is often tbe cae tnat, instead
trees being ia the form of stao-
1 ua. 115. toer are? uaiucu e-j aa w iviia
I,, . .
a hedge along both aide of the line. !
Sometimes a cheat fence cf ralvan-
ized wire is used and the trees are
trained so that tbe branches cross
each other aad oct a-Loally a cheap
aod slender kind of woJdea fence,
Com mo a ia France, is substituted for
tea wire, aad it is foaad that, by traia
inac them iaa way lo troso eacn otter,
before iba fence decay tte trees are
perfecly sel&apporvag, sad form a
very aeat fence theotseives. Tbia
i a plaa well wcrvh adoptiog ia man
garden where seat div.diag l.nesare
desired. It i qaite.poseibie to traio
opaliers of .h choicest varieties of
peara so that they shall, in time, be
oeif-eapportiag. Established trees
crossed ia this way should not be al
lowed to get into s roogh hedge-like
condition, bat, on the contrary should
be trained a neatly aad perfecly as
trees oa a trellis or w alL No frayi ng
of the branches, reauiunr fruta tnetr
Oeiog Interlaced, need take place. A
.hoot should be takes along the top
so as acta a Saisb aad tend to hoid
aT tirbtlT taeether. aad thus cca-
structad the whole will lock ranch
irmeraai sealer thaa th EX trained
espaliers that one ofces sees.
A doctor auesdiae s ponater wbo
wa vary aJ, .apcbiiod for beisg
late soe day by sayiar that ba bad
to Mop to ae a oaa wivo bad fa.'3
dajwa s wel -aD-ad h kick ths hack
i tubiaaxiae cavrriae of a E-t ice
joaacoasiractiwa bu receadj ti ii-
Teaud ia Paria lo cr vie ctz. ztl.
!'aad for nar: jaUa de7 rirers asd
'eaaali Tte earna? i of faiTui
lized iroa, and is berraeucai! sealetL
As iLe lighuicsA, coaapared wica ur
Jrvuadiuj a;cr, w'0iJ caue i; ai
oaoe tu r:? 10 tbe surfc, it i i
llacbei to a teary eib: br.-d
'track h:jh rua a lii,e of rs.
' laid duTB C-ider lh uCc2. It 0
n .hAI in .h-,t ,a x;iii.;, it
i " We Q " b ea-
m , . ' j . .,1
i3er '-i'X -1
wt.cb to ,i.ua:4 U 1
1 aad the -.utericrol the Te.-el ; tst ea-
Jtraac f.r th pas.-earer,
U hern,-;
c:.T t-t,,t-d hra a.J are a'o
. ... ...
, -. c- w!SJow. v.
; th any oce cat ree the ai.rT
T V J 4- 1
wi. -
tte
he
r, lJ tLe d.rtr c6n,iT at
r.r r's Irs?'
-r-
A Very otal Iav4j
here i-he cjw rrsiJ.
t . - . a. .
: sa Ler ll' ia rar, Eav:: :.ve J ;Le
boa$e rtere?2e now ret Jv J ye ir?,
aod beta idow Ti tear? " l!er
, aitv-i i ro-J, au of t r v r?
jquite aciive, leicj aVe to a :cai :.
:a.i ter
; a.i ter owa oa- at-.-?, cco a c
icr he
e farta. rj:s:a-o ni2-r?-
rows c:y to Esate her own oera -Jts
Ma the biLv, etc Sfce well recoiic-
jfcav.D? st-ea OeCtfal a.-ia;:
. aaJ. ia riafc;.r of tr bar . t-
3.
rf
tbe fc."!..'a aaJ the wa
aaJ te war :
. . 1 a.r- 'i-iuc iv ---'.--' j
j to th'-re -f iLe RV-lur:;3. 4
tai bad ail z ie t wr, sid
more taa cae uCi-ioa ie tf .ifi! M
f,. .
f'nrv th"
Ji 5 i J 1
L. is rr."v
i ,,-
t':i; 5.
.4 .lUd.ai.:
:iJ,
,. , . .
.- . - . ... w..-.
Centenaiil. Her re;df-ace is bu
C-nlrfr:-, j y4;T ri;:. .....
"
A atiiaM, ... .r. c...
stort d sic :-m tLe 5:a"e.;a-'
Mr. Gaeaon, of Frax.ce, es:aw '"si,1 i
or pointed at a cew method t fju-i-in
ay the mil' procac'ag cjli:.es cf
cows. Tte t'-'ist no-.a tich he re-
i lies in seectistr a g'jod cow wa
i what is ca!lel tte ecuteheoa cf Dili
j mirror. It is a ma-k caused by tte
ta.r p.jiaticg upwards between t:?
!;-, cite a"coatra.-t totb bair wfc".a
, h- ..h in.- -wva t- n r
lie stmd iad pvwt u,D.t..
P "r.,-e l the ui-
dT- f'1" J3 'P;
i:e aL.a rear r r:n iz. as c -a
Siue aiid rear
.f b-:n
; up a ice cpj
tre c :
cer. ana tcea run. to a at
i,ilL Mow tl rj ,ain,ffle'
' ee.ehe-Q -eads fr .0 the ed-
1 to 'uiT 'a lf
, ld:h, m a- spr-ai.ag oa the
1 vui ui 1 Ui9 ivfLaJ is ir,i:r ioj
aae, bat i a-: the be-t f ra.
. o-rer n cd. ,roj to tae pr:rci
urn
; b;cb we have riven abjve, tc
r will tbe J oking cap:;y oi
-cow pr.ve to ce.
rrnzvT -aorta.
Democratic staraea are pit so
ia lots to suit parcbasers, from 1)
Robbiasto $0.000 Peadl.toa.
Apropos of the bad air ia the Na
tional House cf Representative, tho
Philadelphia E'dtiin Indulges iaih s
hjme thrtisu How caa there be any
pure atrao-phere ia Coorress wfc;,e
there- a Democratic majority there?'
Sure enough; bow caa purity ectce
out of corruption?
"Did yoa catch that grizzly yea
started after lat night ?" inquired one
boater cf another, whj was some
what boastful of bis prowess ia tte.
bant -WValsa Yoa see Ifallered
him fr about thirty-six hoars' acd
then the trail gA a liiiletzo Jrt!h;
point :
1.4 ,v. .:j -,r r.'-,
to maze a oarraia. tie Crove a
sharp cargaia wnb btmielf.
Wasbicgtoa barbers charre extra
for shavinr Demoeratic Congressaa
incetbeNew Hamt-ehire eiecticn.
their faces are so long.
The Democrat are ruhing tbe in
vestigation husiaea ia Washicgtox
Twenty-seven committees are en
gaged, nih: acd dr, in the work
of reformiug the public rrice in the
interests of economy, aad spead ag
caoagh money for witaeiu fees, ex
peaes and mi.eage to rua a yoasg
repabiic. One day Ia-t week sub
peass were i?ued for 32 perscas.
Jereniiab S. Biack, v.f Peaasvlra-
n!a: James B. Beck.
iventceke.
jr.ryUud sd Virginia to seule the
ag-standin bonadarr dispute be
tween them. Thev wi.i sit ia u a?'t-
insrton. Commeneinr ia April, and tte
eiamiaatka cf tho ca. wits the
benxioiT of witnesses, i expected ta
occupy ahoct three months.
Theelec'Joa ia New HampaLi.-e
has had a bad effect a p.-a the tam
per f the Democratic editors. Ttey
snarl and snap like a bear with a rre
bead. The mad game, yoa see,
didn't wia
Scbumacker the Democratic Cv3
iresrCfiaa wbo took $JJ.0o0 of the
PacihcMaJ corrupiioa faad, sat ia
the Confederate lipase aad Voted for
tbe impeachment cf B-lkaap, wbo
only tO"k f 20 000, and that an frca
tbe Ooveraaent.
The cheers of the Bait more A
Ohio Railroad have irctd orders to
their eat plojees to carry Bothing sa
baggage, bait wearing apraarel.aad to
charge aad collect freigat oa all eth
er packages-
The other day a Mai-y street boy
. the boose ith a ab ia his
.aroau aod a bljody ooe. aad wbea
oia auotser detsaadad to Lev the
csase he exclaimed;
Us boys was playt J RevoIuT-'oa-sry
war out there.
Ye- "v3s- .
Aad we get op the batue at Bea-
ainrtoa.
Ye
And we went ia.
Yoa tipped uvc Britiah, cf cotazse,
said tbe mother.
YeaWTeta. svbbed da bey. fccf.
aVsataf esJ tbej wotllal stay liral I
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