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tip M h i 1 !! 4 i 1 i ritT tok ir. Tim fularo mav be dreary, An1 lriu( Be toil aoJ pia : NT haart may oft h wi-arr, My rap no wit auatala. Ht whim lh dark's! hour aH-air My liaart wUI lorn to tlx. And rant away IU Unlil mr. r'rif Will pr9 " mr- Tli BriMiiti I Wvt may lwv n I.-alli sway hy doatfc : h- erra tony dn-circ mr lrora falw aJ Bcrtlof ItmIb ; Bat yoa wilt ar-r wmJ my heart. vf pnTP antron. F- w.T to my wm.irr art The w,wl, "I pray IWyoa.-' My lift my hava lt ploaaarwn, I if l.riKhl ud hny buura. hrn anl will hrinic bit trranirva Ab I wrwtny p-h with fl .wcr : Hat notlilnceoorli J iy all wt Aa one. my aj-lrli knrw, W hrn altOnx by yir al l'. I hi-arl Tbw wonts, "1 pray ."" Whra oa lllr'n lUirroy oren The Wrlowa round me rtar. In Here and wild rotnoiotl'm, A! hop of wwr Bioa, My heart with all It ihouajhu catrwl Ayom that railing a. I'bUI they cling arounU Uic IticoJ Vhe aald.-l pray for tbre." ) may thoat prarrm attenJ me Tltroach every aeroc ol lilt'T Frnm vll to Wi-ml oic To ba tny ililrl i Id atrire. And whr the UIs-Ihok tml'l i '. Th la name fplrit frr. I n ihat hrlgni, ealcallal (hure May yoa Mill pray f. ma. Most of the afternoon ma pent oa tbe lake, tbe ladies taking- Uisons in rowing from tueir vry wiiita in- j tvructir of tbe opposite Bex. Sup- i S-.VJS. Zt' Atrocities in tie MM about j o clock a storm seemed urew-1 luff. Tbe clouds looked dark tod j threatening, and tbe rumble of dis-j tant thunder wag beard, bo tbe party i ta.rtiil homeward, i L. na, Biter eutbubiasticly declaring j urn. she bad bad ft most "perfect. .1t " relapsed suddenly into silence. - ' tl l ....,.r.t LOUISIANA. Parte A T1IRILI.1MJ SCENE AT THE SE-MOS OK THE BfiTi nMNC HOAIIP. WII.I) ROMS. ItV LA CARRE. Leila Markham Mood on top ot the step-ladder training tbe wild ro se that clambered over the portico of their nrettv cotiaire borne. Her IUB U.uriJiU Ul mi t v rerealing daintily- clippered lect, and bcr dark-orown hair, o.-icapiug from ii fasteuiogj?, was banking iu pic turesque confusion at her waist. Twiie sbc ti ied to put up a refracto ry branch, and was raiuly essaying m third time, when the gate Flammed and the heard a quit k rtep on the gravel walk, "O, Uen," she eried without turn ing her head; "I'm so little 1 can't reach! Io eme and fix this rose for tne." Tbe stepping ceased. "How provokin? vou are, Icn. Mon'tyou we" Thi time she turned and utopped short in the middle of her spttech, for there, instead of "brother lien,'"' as she supposnl, sloml a bandscme stranger. A crimson flush over spread ber cbetk, and a sudden thought leaed into her mind. "Could this be Arthur Browning, Jh'q's fast friend and 'chum,' w horn he was ex pecting, in a short time, to spend a tew days with him 'The fastidious Trowning,' as ISen called him be must thiuk ber a perfect hoyden to bo clambering round so!" Jdiie forgetting ber situation, she looked at hira curiously, uutil culled to her self by bis bowing low. and witb a teasing smile, detuandiuir: "Wbat do you think of me ?" An almjst irrcsistib'e itujuhe to laugh at tbe ridicul.tusuess of ber position was smothered by iu unifica tion at her rudeness, and, with a stammered "Mamma is iu the house, cir," she endeavored to descend dis daining bis proTi'red assistance. Hut, las! i"steadO' leapiug lightly down, in ber confusion she caugbt tbe heel of her slipper on tbo step, and ft 11 to the ground. (Satheriug herself up, a mortified heap, she fl'd to tbe bouse, while the stranger gazed after ber witb a look of curiosity and admira tion in his handsome dark eyes. "Welcome, old fellow !'' cried Hen Markbam, coming up at ibis ui mieut. "Iteeeived your card ten minutes asro. nd have been looking everywhere for yon. Come ia." and witb a hear ty band-shaking lten drew bis friend into tbe bouse and presented him to bis mother, a stately little Udy with sweet face, who welcomed him most cordially. His name was a familial one in the household, for Hen was never tired of dwelling on the good qualities of "Urowuing." and Leila bad more than once declared berself "sick of his very Dame." Half aa boar was spent in room examining fishing tackle and guns, when the dmuer hell summoned them down. Leila was already in the dining-room and gravely acknowl edged the introduction, but as the handsome eyes before her met h' rs. tier gravity gave way aud she burst into a beany lau". . Arther joiued in, and Hrn stared in open-eyed wonder at them both. IeiU gave a graphic description of their former meeting, and amid langWrtsd lively s.lies the dinner was eaten. Jlappy, banpy, were 'be easutnzj iajs that passed so ewifiU by: Uuniia wild ln., delightful rides &nd pleasant evenings with Leila, aud ere he was aware of it Arthur's "few days" bad lengthened into three weeks, Kven thea len. would heir to nothing but bis stopping until after tbe Centennial picnic. '-Only till Tbursdav, what nossiblc d:Ierence can two days make?" uVcided to Slav, not Ixila's witching ways and charming face bad made deep impresnion on bis heart, notwithstanding she t r EVnted biu unmercifully by being by turns merry or silent, gracious or haughtily indifferent. Whatever bcr mood, no matter bow perverse, be fouud her cub day more charming than ever. He could aot tell if she liked him or not. She CtWe with bim, and sang iu .be eveu iag at home, but she did the same wilb ft score of other admirers Par ticularly was she gracious to Will Carroll, who she setrcUy ihongbt in sipid and daodiGcd. bat oS whom Arthur was, by this time, oiadlf jealous. Tbnrsday morniug dawned bright and clear. Tbe god if pleas ure parties bad indeed favored tbem, for the calm, blue sky, and soft, gen t'e breeze made all the earth seem joyous. Arthur ese-Tted leila, mh.i waa unusuallv bewitching in full pic oic costume, with cluster of her favorite wild rosea at her throat, and even in the black velvet that trimmed ber jaunty leghorn. Both were in high spirits, and th drive of five miles seemed a short one as tbev j drew op at Clay's Grove, wbrre a ; number had already gathered, aaj.j wa tbe children say, "the party be-! Gaaet and dancing, witb tbe 4co tiful lunch eaten ptcuic fashion. te irrase. occpied the morning Will Carroll attacked simself to Leila j with tbe pertiaaotty of a tucking pi as- , ter, and, because she could cot do j otherwise, leila accepted bis at Vi-' Tb'iukiurof that Carroll," thought Arthur, devoutly wishing said t.ar- roll in Botanv Bay. Half war borne the storm buret upon them peal atter peal r heavy thunder, vivid liifbtuing, and the ram oonred n torrents. Arthur took a savage delight in tbe "warring of tbe e. -mem," at least it made bim very bild. . "I am goinp borne to-morrow be .aid suddenly. . No answer. Leila was ibiokmg ruefully how dull ttoscdale would be without bim. "A re you glad!" Still no anawer, and he continued rapid! v : "I lore you Leila, love you w ith my whole heart and soul W hat f.iK to-dar convinces me there is no hope for me, but I cannot help lov mgyou just the same, even though vou are engaired to another." "How do vou know I'm engaged . -aid Leila quick!-. "Because 1 gave Will Carroll that rose ! I only gave it to him because"hesitatingly "1 ihou rbi vou liked Kthel Uray. "Wild lUse" His voice was low and leader but Leila beard despite .k .t,.mi-"miv I hope, will you give me tbe roost precious blossom of all?" She only laid her bead oo nis der, but her answer satisnea bim. Though tbe beaviesi oi me storm was over, the rain still poured, unheeded by the happy lovers, wbo reached home safely damp, but blissful. As they entered the library, Ben, wbo had reached home some time before, was lying on the rug be fore the grate. Seeing tbe unmistak able light in their faces be cried t -By Jove! Love in thunder storm must be romantic New Oiileans, November A siartliug sccuo occurred before the Returning Board to-day. I-our wit nesses were examined. All bad been wantonlv thot because of their Re publican principles. 1 wo were brought to tbe city oa cots, i neir Dames are Ben James, Kalob Ling wood, 11. W. Burrell and Eliza Pinkston. Puriug tbe Uticr's pitiful recital of ber wrongs ber huabaad emasculated and then killed before her eves, of her babe whose throat - a rMI .lI-i .tL was cut in ber arms.ot ber own gasn-i i id won inai mere else. lie said that be would not live ia ft State where such tbiogs could occur, Mr. Julian refused to look at the wound. Bad as tbis'is, it ia only fair to say that tbe Democrats, while they can uot deny, do try to explain it. Chas. F. Tidwell, the planter on whose place Pinkrtton lived, is now in this city. He saya that he raised Eliza Pinkston in Alt bama. She has been at work for bim tbe last two seasons and ber husband one year. Un the Sunday morning before tbe election she arrived at bis bouse at about ;:30 o'clock. She first said tbat Bi ker and Paseys, Radical negroes, bad killed ber husband and ber child ami injured ber. He went up to '.be bouse as soon as it was light, but did not Gnd the child. Piukston was dead, having been shot three or four times. He did not notice that be was otherwise mutilated Eliza re mained at tbe negro quarters near his bouse uutil a week ago last Sun day, and was about tbe yard every day. Subsequently she told Mt. were lilieen or At nstntal Story. ed breast and limbs, and finally tbe outrage of her person by two white Hemoerats ex (joreruor John M. Palmer, of Illinois, leaped lrom his chair aud said in wrath: "If this story be false, ihose that prepared it for ibis poor wumau should be bang ed; but if, as I firmly believe, it is true, tbe wretches wbo can perpetrate sucb atrocities should be executed without mercy. 1 well spend $10,080 to ferret out the case. It Ioos true. This poor woman has certainly been wronged. The question is broader now that President-making it is one of humauitv. If she has told the truth, Sheridau should come back at j once and hold witb a grip of iron a tieople wbo caa ste such infamy without remonstrance even in their publio priutu." Governor I'almer was greatly excited while makia; these remarks, and astounded the Louisiana democrats, wbo tried in vain to pacify bim. tii-neral George B. Smith, ot WisiMusio, also exhibit ed mucb excitement, and turning up on local Iemi-crats, said, "Vou have deceived us." Subsetjueuil v Lyman Trumbull, who was absent from the room duriug the woman' recital, flat- . . . .- i ....i I..1...... Tfc. Vou see " said Arthur laugbiog, cou. ui.ru uu vicu. uuuci. 'Vheisso iittle, and Brother Ben j demoralization of the Democrats here is complete, not oulv because of tbe won t come. t , But Leila stopped his teasing wilb I fuels disclosed, but because or tlie v, iw.re of wild roses. ! uauies of luaJir.g Democrats wbo are Thev bale thorns." exposed in detail as the murderers Ben had disappeared, tn 1 Arthur ; aud ravishers. Oiher witnesses, men whispered- ; aud women, wLo have cruelly sufler- "1 have felt the thorns to-day, and ed are yet to take s.aud nowonlvthe beauty and fragrance To-uigbi the thief of I dice has ecious Wild Rose. j oeen compeiieu 10 s:auon a iorce 'arouua the domicile wabu win on now TIH LOVIslANA BLLLI'OZEBS ruxiOED my for refusing to VOTE FOR "IiEMOCBACr AN'P BE- FORM." The Aaacriewm People. remain, xy pr I i it.. An l.dltwr la lleavrat. Just as if editors were not in the habit of going to Heaven! We'll: venture to say that a greater portion of them go to that home of those1 who have performed their mission of mercv on earth, than any other pro fession or calling that poor mortals An editor ia Heaven. There uoibiag straoge abut that, at all lt'sam ral as well as professional impossibility for them to goanywhere t-l.-e. " J . Ojce upn a time, after a demise of a member of the "corpseditorial,' be pr. seuted himself at the gates of the H lv City, aud requested admis siou Tbo "doorkeeper asked him hat ha i been bis occupation ou trra Griua. He replied that he was an editor. Well, said the watebmau, we have a crowd of your kiud bero now, and tbey all came in as dead-beads. If vou can pay your passage you can come iu, ir not, you must place your self under the control of a personage you ruled tyrannically down below "(ttieauing the Devil.) Not having bt wherewith to ir in, our brother of the quill and scissors posted off and i.reseuted himself at ibe eotrauee j f Clootie's dark domains. A very datk c implexioned gentleman stood sentry, aod asked ia ft gruff voice, "Willi comes?" "Aa humble disciple o' Fau-t," was ibe calm reply. "Tbeo holU oa. you can't be admitted," ex claimed iheiieotlemaa ia black, evinc ing c miderable agitation, and 6eree lr scowliniron him. Why not de manded the typo, wbo began to get i.-.tfih and looked around for a "sheep foot," with which to force an entrance. "U'eiJ, sir," replied his sable majes ty, weltouj of your profession in tT..ri. manv vear ko. and be kept up a continual row with bis former 8e linquent s-ibscribers, and as we bave more of liiat class of persons fcere ibaa aaY other, wo bave passed a law prohibiting tbe admission or any editor,, oulv those who have advanc ed our interest ia their paper on earth, and even those we keep in a separate room by themselves Vou Lake published many things that op crated against us. and always blamed tbe Devi) for everything tbat went wroog. so you c au't come in. We en force ibis rule w ithout respect to per sons, for our own peac and ptgj. vou can just travel Mrs. l'iuk.-toii lies prostrate on a bed A turbulent Democratic, crowd is assembled, and they are loud wuh menaces. At least ii is evident that even Northern Deiiucaa' cauuot re turn home aud sma-r down Southern Democratic outrages as myths. The testimony wiiich Hon. John Shcruiua, tieu. (JaiticIJ, Eueut! Halo, Gen. White, Cunlitiidt Parker, K. W. Slotlghtou aud Judge Kelley will furnish the Nona will startle tbe whole country The following is iu substauee Mrs. Pinksiou's statement: Ou Saturday night, the 4th of the month, Hcurv Pik.-ion. a repecta He c.ilored man, who w;is kuown in tbe islaud dia'.rict of Ouachita parish. went to his cabin after as is stated, having held a consultation regarding tbe election with a number of Repub lican leaders. He was known ia tbe parish as a atetdfasi and s.tmewbat demonstrative Republican, but fear ing lor bis life, he had recently join ed a Democratic club. According to the sworn sta'emeut of his wife, Klita Piukston, which is now before me, he went quietly to bed oa the niht ia question, uot fearing or ap ptvhetidiug any danger. At ab.iut 3 o'clock tbe next (Suad iy) moruiog a uumber of mea, wbo from tbeir voices were kuowa to be white, came to the cabin, and, kax kiug oa the door, said, "Come cut here, Pinkston, vour Vankee fneoili want to take You to Moiiroe." To this Mrs. Piukstoa, who thought she recoguized the rmce of the speak er, replied. "Vou are no Vankee you are Dr. Vou ig." A maa named Goi:n, wbi) was af.erwards reeog uized bv Mrs Pi'iksioa, immeditrlv answered. "Dr. Young is not ia ibe parish." After a few words more of no importance had ps.Md between the terriued woman aud the mea on the ouis.de. tioiMa broke open ibe door of ihevdliia, and a Dumber of armed white nie.i. among whom Mrs. Piukston recoguissd Dr. Vouog, Billy Parks, G 'f.'''- Frank Durham, ' Buck' R.tker and o'bers, rushd iu to Ibe room Tbey weut up to the bed where Piiikston was ivinz, and twenty white men present when her husband was killed, aud that Dr. Young was one of tbem. Tbe body of tbe child was found ia tbe lake lour or five daye after the murder of Piukston. Dr. Youug and Mr. Logan, who are mentioned iu Mrs. Piuksiou'a affidavit, are here, and say tbat tbey can'prove alibis. They also say that Mrs. Piukston was a rabid Democrat, but ber busbaud was a quiet man wbo bad little to do witb politics. Another most important vitness was Benjamin James. He was oue of tbe constables appointed for eleo lion day in Ouachita Parish. He said tbat bo s arted from bis borne near Monroe at about 1 o'clock to take ibe ballot-box to Logtown. When be bad gone about two miles be was stopped by men who took him to a headquarteri. which had been estab lished in the road. He saw seventy or eighty men armed. Tbey look his pistol away from him, aud iheo told him to go on ahead or them. He dismounted, and after going a few steps, supposiog that he was to be murdered, be started to run. Theu tbe men began to shoot at him. After he had ouce been shot and bad fallen, as be laid on tbe ground one of the men placed his pistol against James' temple and fired. The shot stuuued bim but did not kill bim, as it ooly grazed his terpole. Of course no election took place at Lotitown, and James said tbat he has not yet re covered bis borse, saddle-bags or pistol. This is an undoubted case of an election outrage. Tbe testimony to-day has caused great excitemeut, which is likely to continue until the end of tbo oauvas of the votes.. dragging Liiu out oa the oor, crieJ. j " i ou il- vote no more Radical tickets here.' IJjck Biker aid, "We must tend to the woman too." Tbeo tbey commenced firing their pistols at Pick-ion. He fell. His wife screamed, and one of them struck ber over tbe head with a re volver. Sue was cut and shot in STILL ANOTHER ACCOVNT. Dr. Redfieldor the Cincinnati Coin met via!, whose fairness iu treating of tbe current history of parties in Lou isiana has gained tbe approval of the Democratic press, savs: Tin? next worst case t that 'f Pitikstoo's is tbe murder of two uu-u in East Baton R uge. father aud son They were killed tbe oicbt or the Jtjlb of April, at the coiuuieu'-euini of the campa'gu. Two weeks before being killed they were warned, in writiug to move away within leu days Tbey were frightened, aud, tbe wit nesses sav. applied to tbe wen-bait where they did tbeir trading, tie advised them to stay at borne, attend to their busiaew, and pay no atten tion to tbe threat. Hut death follow ed. A doien men came in the night and shot tbem to death. Two of the faniilv raotber aud sister were present, and bare made soru state ments, witb all the horrible details Tbe testimony is corroborated from several sources, including certified copies ot tbo coroner's inquest held on the bodiei. A more complete picture of oe I never saw ibaa th?f two faces the old woman wbo lost her husband and sc-a, and tbe daughter who lost in tbem a father and brother. Their faces haunt me, and I say, can ibis be true ? Were there two men taken out of bed at night and shot like wild beasts? And, if not true, how came these two women here? How could tbey tell such a straight story wilb nothing to base it upou? Ami m ire tbao all, ho- could their poor faces assume ibat looa of settled, ter rible anguish ? Men of the North and of tbe S utb, you wbo love your Ml w men. and are opposed to murder as an ele ment in the conducting of a cimptiign, let us bave the truth abut this wretched busine-s. Lay is'ide party f.-eliugs No party can affrd to pro fit by such tbiugs as this If these poor pjople have been treated as alleged. let us know it. If these parishes have beeu carried bv murder let us know :t. 4nd a ben the truth is out and it will eou;e ott this wiuter, if wbat tbe Republicans Lere aj'ege is true, tbe Democratic party muU uot, cau not, defend it. Tbe party will be damned tbat seeks to win power through murder cruel, poardlv Casting droll leer at tbe outatdei' sF'ral places; ber jaw was broken, j cold blooded murder. The American aontin-l our t vpograpbical friend nrf iniiur started eff again, tletermineu to fei unwillinglr. but ste ii id not die. When she had been "'tended to-' lj,e t-sen took ber husband, lied a LativorcitJ over bis mouth, aud carried bodv out if the Lous determined I i n llr ulnkrA This time he took witb him an old file of his paper, and pre untinr it tie guardian of the Ceies- tial fitv reoueLc-4 liat it might be i kiiled him. Before be died carefully examined, ftaij tbey would pod tbem to ifoare his life, : see whether bo was eutitied to ft Jree I vote tbe Democratic tickit, ticket. Jo due course of tic lie "No," said oue ot them, " comliietor came along and look bmiirow cicrrtr heart, you have in, telli uiativ good thing! martyr t the cause ol human im proveiueU. and that resolutions bad j been passed to tuiailt all members of the "art preservative" wao tad Bous ed tbe IVvil w bile below. He ued people are G id-fearing justice loving people. Tbey want none of this. 1 do not sav that all ibe partisan his biica;or; Republicans allege bere is true; but Theu tbey J ibir arp t,erttiu!v makiu nut a ii beg isiroog ciso a csij Ujdl will reouire 1 will s.iuie e!I irt upoa ibe pad of tbe J sure j Deai'-crats to gut over. Let us bave i the truth. If tbe ll'-publican eek fool ; . j profit bv lving, let us know ut if . li: l.i' i r - l . ... ing bim tbat be puonsDeuiea u icajf caougu : a.iw you : mc I etnocrai nave carried bvc par xd things, ftnd bad been ft ; must die.' llanug i.U.'4 ti.e busUanu ibe mea next turned to iu Hot iufant lay at ber side. Tbey cttl its tbroa-. frjja ear to ear and threw the dead b dy luto pond near by. Then j thev left ibe cabin, and ttj hleediog. j sbes witb ibe sbot-guu, U t us know ;t. Fill aej lluir. ii i I I'liw nn in A 11 in m f M..i ... : L. . J nK I V 1... n- (.. , f II...1 rml n. -l ' 1 loat inev were puuiium ruuuju ; jyim aiuun .nn.u - i. , . . ieIlian . ! k m, II., ibeaso pore. I bere are 2 i... l.e- U.j w-fcliUflaJ everything he wao pubiioan o--i:n the parish where!,..,. i,. ... ... ; 'm ., . ... ..u.j t-v. s --v things did not go as be in iiifiu rav 10 me v un e.c:-nou ; HI th-ir lie-imr wilb tbe "devil" ail their lives, tbeir future punishment wa fommutetl He further stated tbat not one delinquent subscriber could be founJ ia U Heaven. Printrr' (renlnr. daT. ANOTHER A1V1H NT. 4waeatae4 aiawwlec. The tea tree waa brought to En gland from China ia l'&i. Tbe first barrel of tar wade in Ea glaod was in ICS. Tbe art of knitting lace ws di-covt-red in Germany ia 1501. Cables made of chaia were first u ed ia tbe royal nary in 1S12. The manufacture of silk was intro elu -d into Europe in tbe year 1551. Tbe plact known as tbe' "dahlia" a as discovered ia Mexico io 17 J9. Steam waa rst aiwej to produce mo'.i n in 1CJ. in Braica. ia Rome. Water was first conveyed to Lou dn Human bair varies from tbe Tta correspondent of the Ttiliunt, after giving substantially the same details of the woman story, adds; When this sickening statrcaent whs. made befre tbe Returning Board aad j the wounds wtre exiosed, a great! w beu go as be wisbed, L was very cr-ss. At last his servants left fcim. iiiie cut vt temper, be eat to orJL"; rith a e-.ory of bl diitrease. " "It seems to me," said the neigh bor, sagaciously, " 'twould be well for you to oil yourself a liule." "To oil myself?" "Yes; cd e'plaia. Some lime ago one of the doors iu c ".orse Tbe correspondent of tbe Chicago Journal, writing from ew Orleans, give ine puilui atory ij a qojorea man thirty year old. 11 is in bis own words aa follows: "My name i Zrkial Glover; I live iu East Feliciaua lu de Eigbib Ward, uigh Clluton, on de telegrapl. road leading to Osyka; 1 wa boru aud raised dar, ou Levy Doty' plan taiioit; I reut a bit of laud lrom VY. M. McAdams aod worked in a saw mill; 'bout 10 - o'clock Sunday uigbi 'for de election a mau cmo to my bouse; he was John Norwood; be tole me be wanted io see me tor do barm, but on very 'tic'lar bus iuess; sed be was a fren to me; asked me to step away a piece from de do', cause be didn't waul uo one to kuow what be wasgwiue to RaY. I stepped 'bout twenty leet from de rioab, aud be began talkiu' to me. While be was talkin a lot or mea rusbed up, with slicks and pistols, aad one ot 'em said ' your radical soul, we.ve got you udw; we'll fix you to-night.' Dey grabbed me, aud made me go with 'em about fifieeu yards iuto tbe timber. 1 made no Yistance; 'twouldu't bave done no good; dey would bave killed me dead, dey tied my band together arouud de wrists. Dey took me to a beech tree. Dr. W. R. Robert ays, 'Let's bear Zrke's lesiiui joy awhile fore we whip bim.' I tole 'em my testimony was I didu'i know wbat dev was giue ti do wilb me; dat 1 bad al ways voted tbe fu Uncau ticket; 1 tole Vdi I didu'i know exactly wbal ticket I'd vote tb's year ut.nl the time come. Deu Jbh Norwood said: We came bere to wi ip dis nigger. aud don't let u qur-mion buu any mo.' One or em a.-ke i me it I'd rather lake 500 lashes or be buug, and 1 lole 'em I'd rather take de whippin' dan be hung Dey id sucb Rad'cals as me ruiued de country Dev stripped me naked. Wbeu 1 come out or f e bouse I 'm uxin to go to bed, ao bad notbiu' oo 'cept mv sbirt and drawers. Dey i ied me to a beech-tree, cut beech limbs ali round aud five or six whipped nie a a time. I hollered. Dey whipped me nil 1 c iuldu't stand. Den dey say 1 was plaviu' possum, au' dey laid on agiu.' 1 raiuted while I was lied t" de tree. I can't tell how loug de wbipjied me; dey whipped me awbii. den st dau at' rested, au' wbip ped me agia'. I can't tell bow louu de lime was. Wbea a man is in mucb misery as dat be tiuksde lim. prettv long. My wife tried to Tollo me, but dev left Jim McAdams, sou of old McAdams, on de road, au' b. drove her back. Oil MoAdaiu owus de place 1 live oa. lie kuf I was gwiue to bu wbipied. II -aid 'bull.l Z-u' was owe of de grea eiitbiugs ever iuVeuled Af.er de got tbrougb Aiiiptiij' dis ll R it t-ris talk-d lo me a Ah It-, ul l"lo m 'twas best fr me uoi to report it, a I'd see troutile, an' uex' lima d- got me d-y'd put a n-pe arouud iu neck lie told me bat dey wbip ped me lor was becau -e 1 WoulJu' joiu tbe Democratic club. 1 d t.li ome of tbe men dat whipped me dav or two before dat I wouldu'i joiu de Democratic club nor vote d Democratic ticm; dat l u uie crsi. I kuew all de uieu dat wbipjed me Dey' all my neighbors; lives close tt uie. D c Roberts leuds sick folks He lives in the E'ghlb Ward, bait a milo from me. Alexander Dot dou'i do notni . bat driuk whiskv su" lost rouu' de crocerv. William East lives along side me. He's ou dat side of tbe fcDce an' I on di J ihn Hart lives close bv me. Jubti Norwood workrd in the saw mill with me. William Brown live near d saw mill. Jim McAdams is son ot de man wbat own de place I live oa. Dev went off aa ler me. When I got back home my back was a bloody. So was mv shirt. Mv wile was skeered ni m' to death. I lefi hum de same night. I went to Cliu- ton, where de United S.ates soj--rs war. au' I bad to skirmish rouu' so do build -Z- rs woulda'l tee lud until 1 f uud Lteuteuaut Dj Gray. 11 sb ied uie io Cap u U -tiers zimiu i-d me an' seut for Moudha.i au WedifH. two boss bulldozers, whai tole Crto'u Roirvrs there was u I buli dorm' in de pari-h Dey sb owe Vm mv back aud Wd.f a-ki'd me Wbo done dat. black or while?' 1 i. .Ie 'em a bile. The Cap'u a.-ketl iuh if I'd go au' make alli lavit, au Liouieuaut say dey wuld kill me 1 did Dou d Cap u give me a uot. to de Sergeant, au' I stayed with him: 1 came down de river with Cap'a Rogers sogers. 1 can't g bark dar: dev would kill me 1 wil send for mv wife as soon as she get de cr p iu. I raised au acre an' half of potatoes. Eve of corn and bv .f c utou, 'bout three ar,' a b!f baler 1 'poe my wife will try to save tt eron. I duauo wbat I " do uo u.r har I'll go, but I dars'ui g back dar, sartin. 1 n. bb r did notb in' to the mea lbt build. .jd me. nor dev to me till dat lime. I did vote at all: thev said if I did the! would kill me." De cu'.lud mei w-'uld a!l bave v ed do R-publica tu-t'pt it'dV UnA urot-ctiou. but de err i-kot-rd ot de bulbb Irrs. D cullud meu bad to lay Ut l a.uutj u.fn A of tn iu huildozt'l b fu' elec-buu dav, aud deu nh iiti.il aar f.Ti't-ii lo Voir' ailbd Dem'icrals." Gl.iver. at our reouest, to k ff bi shirt. His b-odv, fr-.m his betk Lis kuepS, was a sickeniug sigbt Uis bark and side"; aad" thigbs wer. cut and iwru, aud w'Lii n-' on the blark flesh, crossing eaeii other ber and t.ere, proved with wbiU zeal lb advoeat.' of "Tilden and Reform" in Louisiana gougtt to carry the State Xetc A doitrHsamr.ftfi. AVw AiioerlUemrnt. A"''io Advert iwmrnt 4. Another feature of American char acter is tbe fussy and restless pursuit of personal prominence or notoriety. There being do formal distinction of rauks in tbe Republic, we see every human being there st-iving as tbe great end of existence to perk bis heard a be can above bi neighbor's. I'bere is do country which i bo bro ken up into sets and clique, eacb -cbeniiug to find something to give it a pretext for affecting an individu al superiority. Thus it appears, tbat auioug tbe watering plaeos, Cape May looks down oo Atlantic City bat Cape May i looked down oa by Loug Branch, and tbat Saratoga tbiuks itself decidedly above Loug ttrancb, wbile Newport, on the strength of its blue blood, assumes to be an aristocratic eyrie percbed al together above the rest of tbe world. It i mucb the same ia ordinary so ciety. .New 1 ork professes contempt for bostomaa priggish ness. Boston retaliates on New York witb scorn of shoddy," and twit Philadelphia with provincialism. And so it goes on through every grade and section f tbe community. The quiet occu pation of a settled and acknowledged position witb which tbe occupant is content is starcelv known in tbat land of freedom. There i room for very bodv to aspire, and everybody doe so. Tb easiest platform to mouut upon in sucb a state of thing is money or tbe sbow of money ; aod thus the American ambition becomes mainly fixed on it acquisition. Per haps, however, what is most wanting io tbe American character, or at least to it peace of mind and happiness, i self confidence and self respect. It may be thought at first sight that ibe Americans are especially of a conceited and confident nature; but be extreme sensitiveness which tbey display in regard to almost every kind of criticism shows that tbey are uot at beart thoroughly at ease a to heir own pretensions, at is hardly possible to say auytbiog to Ameri cans about tbeir country without jarring on some lender point. Tbey canuol bear to be told ot tbeir faults, and tbey smart under anything like praise as if it were an assumption ot upenoriiy. Ibev are inclined to ride themselves on their sense of uutnor, but on this particular point beir sense of humor is very dull. The sort of banter or caricature which people of other na.ions, firm in tbeir wn faith in themselves, only laugh at, seems to irritate an American exc lusively. He is like a man with a aw skiu, to whom a midge is torture. fclveu .Mr. Lowell once lashed out in a latuphlet, (hi a Certain Condeven- ion in i oreif.er.s, and threatened Euglaud witb war as a punishment, jot for hostile acts, bat for ber "airs t patrouage" toward America. Every seuible person recoguizes nut the I uited States are a great eople in iheir way, but they t.re not i.-youd the reacb of criticism, lbey .re wbal the conditions of tbeir ex- teuce bave made them. Tbey bave iiiber'o eujoved the material pros perity which lay at tbeir bands in tbe .sources of a vast and virgin terri orv ; but ibev bave not advanced AUti equal success iu othe' directions, ior perhaps could it be expected tbat bev should do so, considering ibe H-cubar character of the population, aud the work lbey had immediately io do. There are, no doubt, faulis, .weaknesses io old States, consequent on their course of development; but o there are in new ones, and the great mistake of America is to fancy tsclf full grown. It is still, in many respects, ia a cradle and loosely com pacted condition. bat is mainly JOHN F. BLYMYER, DEALER IN Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Paints OILS, 5cC, &C. The following is a part'al Est or goods in Stock: C irpeuter's Tools, Planes, Saw, Hatchets, Hammers, Chisels, Plane Iron A Jzes, Ac. Black smith's Goods, Bellows, Anvils, ices, riles, Hammers, Ac tannery Hardware, Tab Trees, Gig Saddles. Hames. Buckles, Rings, Bits and loois. Table Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Spoons aad Razors, the largest stock in Somerset County. Painter's Goods, a full stock. White Lead, Colored Paints for inside and outside paiuung. Paints in oil, all colors, Varnish, Turpentine, Flaxseed Oil, Brushes, Japan Dryer, Walnut Stains, Ac. Window Glass of all sizes aad glass cut to any shape. The best 'Coal Oil always on hand. Our stock of Coal Oil Lamps is large ami comprise? very elegant styles. Ditston Circular, .Vu!-y uad Cross Cut Saws. Mill Saw Files of tbebest quailty. Porcelain-lined Kettles. Handles of all kinds NlIOV:ia. FOI.K.S, SlMI)i;.S, JMKI.S. Mattocks. Grub Hoes, Picks, Scythes, Sneaths, Sledges. Mason Hammer. Cast Steel, Step Ladders, Carriage and Tire Bolts of ail sizes. Loookiug Glasses. Wash Boards, Clothes Wringers, Meal Sieves, Door Mats, B;i-kets, Tub, Wooden Buckets, Twine, Rope all sizes. Hay Pulleys, Butter Prints Mop Stick. Traps, Steelyards, Meat Cutters and Sniffers. Traces, Cow Chains, Halter Chains, Shoe, Dust and Scrub Brushes, Horse Brushes. Cur ry Comb and Cards, Door Loc!:, Hinges, Screws, Latches and everything in tbe Builders' line. Caps, Lead, Shot, Powder and Safety Fuse, Ac, Ac. The fact is, I keep everything that belongs to the Hani ware trade. I dea exclusively in this ki'.d of goods aud give my whole atttention to it. Per sons who are buildii-.', or any one in need of anything in my line, will fine it to their advantage to give me a call. I will always give a reasonable credit to responsible persons. I thank my old customers for tbeir patronage and hope thi season to make many new ones. Don't rorget the place JOHN F. BLYMYER April 8 jSTo,3, Abov e K.-i..ter ll HENRY lYlcCALLUIVl, CARPETS, 37 Ffth Avenue, Wood Street, PITTSBURGH, FA. jaine to till. Prices tlie G. B. BARRETT & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. AAtMXid, JJi iiii ..X, wvw-w. ) fV tjr Plated "Ware, Gold and Silver Chains, Oold and Silver Spectacles. Watch makers' Tools, Materials, and every description of goods sold by the trad. L4RUE fx rH STOTL) l.owet Xrwr York trle. I'-M'll, 1 a-n nn fit A Ar,.r.,,i,iitv. it i iu ir.n e. I. '' 111111 A 1 Oil 11 C. Fall ami Winter Trade. 173 ) H liolroalr t:xrlnlv-l j. SKiKNP FI,pI(. iyer's Cherry Pectoral,; For Diseases of the Throat and I unzs, j aucb aa CoUKha, Colcis, Vhoopn:K- f Cougb, feroncmfiH, a...;nuiii, aud ConumpUco. w So : m t. B O. W. S t DDI I K. n D. lnIUt ami A nr-Kf. Vt I K A I i'r lit U A tt V. 3io IVnn Aw. Pi't-JMih. P- i .i:-:i(-,t ui n r.. . k n Til KOIT. iiu-l ilrrh -- n Iv tr-;tt'.t. tj.T:Ti rv t. r Infnmri ''F.irniti;.' 'rta.k.'-! ty-r-i "- 11 M ir1.' i HBffr an i T:ifii"r U li J. Y:r, it TirtiiT. r;rt'!.m Twain lJ'-!:fi!, Kt: irj'riti"n. aS.. , k:il it!t IV tin', li'.'Af' raff J i.t! .i;it ul ;.-.. . 1 I tr::tl ft i: TiHr rMin:r'' ii'vri tli'itt K I. CAliPETS! FALL STOCK ! CHOICEST STYLES !Uiv;-.- flTc! eontrst thm. Tlw- f-tiir.-i v ..I' w.r I i-t citi zen!., of ail cla?o-, etaliJi-!!- !!.-? t'lt-T, tlipt ?HEnnT PrcTOCAL vi.i au l r. a:. I rare the atH.ctinj limrlr. ef th- 1' r., .t :.r I I iiiim hprnrt.l n" :hkr llu-.ii.-Ki-.. ! S.' ::H'-; anted is more eoergv and determin- dmreroui aiTectiubs of tlie re'-w--i-v "!-' lioa on the part of tbe booest and ' J,V .'rrr!: intelligent pari of the people to en- m renwrkab!e a hantty t I l-liev--!. vr-m force a higher Standard of manners they not proven byonJ "rfi.pTire. .l.ir.-nw!v. na morality, ana io cuunaie uau..u- for fu pn.ti(n. Bv curi,ip oush-s AIL 1 fcelf-respect. The vuir. A TVewfowwrtlanrt Dmg. att'raa'l At- f.irminnen of more scriou di-m.-. it av,- numbered lives, aivl ail ar.jont.tri -nf.V-rlur t j u be. compntej. It ch.-iil.-pc tri.i!. n:i. cfn- i Tiiices the nKfet sccftu-al. Kvorr i:ina!v -iioi-.IU i - .. , , - : iecp it oa haml as a protrrtim arai:.t ilw r. mi nup-TceiveiJ attack if I'tii!i:ir- At: u:l. aw. ..;i.- v.. itr i.mt t A seutlemaa conaectea Wllh aew become incnrable. and Un often Uta!. if lift:- OILCLOTHS and STAIRRODS BOVAHI) HOSE k CO.. FITTII AYKXl'I- PiTTRnu;, im. S - J .t . lo. f.inu olaud fixherv was once bosses&ed r a d-'g tr singular fiuelity and sa ;scitv. Oj one occasiou a Doat and crew ia hi eni;loy were in circum stances of considerable penljusl out- ide a liue of breakers, which owing o s ime change in ibe wiud or aeath ,r had, since tbe departure of the bjat, rendered tbe return passage, through them bazirdous. The spec-! ators on shote were unable to reudtr any assistani-e to iheir friends afloat. Much time had been spent, aud Ihe danger seemed to increase rather hau to duuiui.-b. Uar trieua, me aog, I. t.ked on fur a length id time, evi- tlcudv aare ut tbeir bciu greal . L . .. - - I cuse lor anxieiv iu luose aiuuuu. Preseuily, however, be took to the a;er. and made his way through to be boat. Tbe crew upposed be -vi.-hed to join them, and made vari ius attempts to iuduce him to come iboard, but no! be would not go itbiu iheir reacb, out couiiuued swimming about a .-licit di-tame fr. Di ibtm. Altera while,' atid several .-..mnieuis oa the ptcuiiar conduct of be d-g, one or the bauds suddenly i.viued bis apparent ueauing i ' Give iiui lue enu oi ce rojr, ub t.u , tbat is hai be wants." Ibe tectcd. TendiT lunrs r.ceti txi doicm-e: tuui n ii nnwise to be withot-.t ir. As a aal'.-sard children, amid tlw ili-trc-if. c:i-cn--- uliich beact the Tbroat and tfcet'f cIiKoIsxJ.Chekbv rECTOIi.i. inaluablc: for, by its t-iiv u-e. mnltitniics am rejened from n;Vn:at'.:re ?rav.-, and aaved to tho lov5 ai;d aiuvti.-n cntn-l -n them. It acts apesdity an 1 ur-ly rt:n orti narr colls aeexxrin!? soord and hou!th-rPtnr:n aleep. Ka one w-ll autfer tm:i! iir.e lnfln enzaand painful Bronchitis, .ihca th -y lr.ow how easilr they can be caro l. OrininnUy the pmlnct of Ion;. bWx-n. art-t wjccesftil chemiciil invctitiin. i:o c-t or : is spared in mnkinj eA-cry bfie in the nim-t possible perfection. It n:sy be corn -ently ivliol upon as possessing ail tbe virtu.' it biu cvr 3iHited. and eajab! of prxiacire; c;ir" a jnemoralw? as ft a greatest it has er?r . !i.cv: i. Dr. J. C. AYER L CO., LoeiIf Hj;s , Practical and Analytical Cbetuiais. aou a au pei'Cgits T.vrr.TWRrrc. SuTvvyins. IVriting Doa'N Ac. doneooslkirt D-Jilceaod at. rea.iiiit.- trm:'. wj!i)ilre at Tasebrer a O.V Auiru-t W. t F. w A l.W 1 3. PI I LIFORNIA the fu;cit;u Jl 'iiTH-wuftTiia b iih Km'-r-i.-f ur.'lr (f nn:isz,rrt";t 'Jn Truttit Kii:jv It.i? mi il.f U --t 7.,ri t;i ii ;j m'.r -U It.ib- fi- ai.. -i.nTif i'i i.-r : U.t? ;-.r(.-. a ( n : t kjf-i r.-ii'c h t-nri'i-ji.i.;iiti al tn m v-i. i-i r.i,--iit. i iili!-.ri:: j. A tic wVr-.LTii rm .ri is Oinalru anj ( Arifv'nu'ii Line N-r. (:.-rj( iliiift?. I w . I i Ii. . t.;.-,.i, .1. L ..ii kU r -ure f -r M t:n:. i'Uiezzh M s . is, n jal Vt. Tar:! 1,- -?t. hi Kiai. M m VCCD PUMPS l-lrc -i,.,.,i-..i u i- t VY Tl I'.K t'lll'l'l l: r:.-.. fit. A as throw li ihe dog seied ibe eud j lmriMnuiurtiu ti.-iiai.-. aw m.'o.-a.!. ii an lustaut, turned round, ana made j ninosrir rut umis. ir o,e f t im; Mraivhi fcr tbe chore ; where ia a i n ". . tt it at 'y.r h .r--wJr i : e ... , i su-re. and wre o.i 1- h.i it!- al-.. -r. aiterwartts boat and : ttwrf mr b --.t m.K r I o i -. to the lutelligeuie oi t , K , ru ri nrfa.tva- neir four footed friend were placed i nwsu fiuu . afe aud undamaged- ' H'esibeirp no !" ..- . eas-'iiing here ? ko acting with a .jv:;aa-att- ijwe-.ivi : ? i . r..- - ,. : ?d 10 ?v,i s,ti...j 1 1..,., p,,-t;;.t!,, ! ir au run, ui I". - " " j MiOB. tve? Or waai; notbiogbgi ordiua-j - rv iustiuet jCrar.aK Jova r.r:i Puii-J. ITinoua and M. P.-ter Line ' 1 lben!T r-a:e f-r Winona. K .-n.-Ker. (I.an at. M;uifc3: . IVttrr. -w 1 111;, ar.t ! i in S'U;l-mji LVnfrjl Mmnesnta. l:t t.rc n I5aj and Marinttte Line Js-hp.-nlr tine f.r J inrri:. WrerT.wn. F .n l'u i Ki.a-i-n. A-'i.tik:..n. i!vBiirtT, t.-ao. t. i ui t-. M .r j-jrTH. M-.u i-..:I H-in.-. aii i tlie Liac Suj-n r '. aiitrr. Frefport anl Dabntiue L:b-- aci 1! i. ui:. a h' e-l-rr. lis ChUiir i aud Mihrankce Line cw miuutes ff ibaoks If Ihe.il,-. T.ik-IM.-.lii l.ir-'.; .: I'-rk. W.. w:i. k-f . h l.ur.tm K .n-. .. it u u-.ia. Ka-lrj... K'.'n.!;.. li X. I'lil'.r.iau Ia!ace Car 4wecale t I'rraldewl brawl. Grove & Danison Xaara the rfc . nll,.a cu isnri .-mi4 ri V u..i.v tk V.irtln viJ,. " waked. .Nobody, therefore, liked to n., P.I,, go io or out by it. Oue day I oiled was a qucaiioa beyond tbat of wbo should be President. It was a uues- tioD of humanity, and he should not rest until it was fully ibrestigated. lie would not be saiisSed witb a sim ple cross questioning of tbe witaas There must be answ er and proof. Ia conversation tjis evenicg, after the ttona Arthur noticea that he wore,,, fft0ln part of n inel ia thil.k. wil i rov in hi button hole. Now ! c il fciifgi-a, fad it has been conitantly usea oy evwyoou cro; since." "Then you thioji I am ti cresting door," cried the old eentle- mas. "lloa- do you want me to oil myself f "Tbt'a aa easy matter :n ... r uriSuwr. -UODonUI aod r0n a servant. ar.d when hi r;..k. I t. t. l I ' i . i : . . . : ., ' uu ut .a.y kt3 a uame-ueiu on : cr' ntm. it, on ine ontrarv ha br means of leaden piaes in 'frPSjoion of the Coariclosed.be aaid 2.''0th A new fabri-gr uercrcsses is of iifc aod wool iu dniefc bguw witb a rough kcoity turfoce, Oae thousand dollars is the price of a fine crown nable M-t, mof and bo, tU :le Poest seis bring $1.100. "Marie Anto,!f'lta"' elbow sleeves or tight fiiiiug cat sltcvc down to tbe wrist are both worn for A new ray of oroawjutia; the bottom of dresse i W use thick said u,e j friSff falling over box or kaife pleat- This neat bit of humor of Presi-j lent Uraot-'i apjgr; -J0 ?ar lime in print ; ' ' Just before lb cloao cf the last) session o' Couirress, while riding outi one day, be was struck with the ap- j pearance or a horse tbat was driven j betore a butcher's cart. Tbe butcher j was sent for and asked ! ir ha - o,.l sell. Tj!2 batcher' would do so for a pVcpeV ' toosidera-j tioq. The proper coosidertion 'was! estimated at $io wbirb was paid, j Subsequently, after driving out wiihj Senator Cockling, the President j said : j "Come U lis staVe and look at a I oew borae I've bought" " ( Mr r-oriklTiiB' who I aomethloir of! -V : -: t a judire of norses, looked Xa nil fa c t it re: CMrriagfH, of ' MpringTiaaUw r Meigh., llJtrne-. etc. Factory one aare eaH of liuni'l Somerset, Pa. wHh t'l:l--- He was shocked tbat the j no bar b or neir he aa. ase for one on the way out, p.rcbed cor U cot a modern loxa- Iwt U na baa ttid ber rose erc:rTt but was common io aarient B blei story ioo nrcctons io rite hit. iia ,.,,.. i . 7 : null;. when he aaw tbi on Will be took it i as a token of their engagement. ( Ofeotime a man ransacks tbe rnodioosly avoiding ber, be devoted bole boose for a pin, and Dot being out aoT apparent aiteuct to brio the bimaetf to pretty Libel Urar, aad able to find one. drop iata a chair guilty man to justice, and tbat tbe beartaly wisbed he bad goo homa tbe j witb disgust, and ia immediately re- Ipb!icaos neeaied to car more lor daybefr-e. I warded for U eeatrh. I iu political effect than tor anTtbinr Ul.ck i tbe faYorite coior lor a,l-( 'fb W J? Fct f1'01 r which Ibere veris f. thousand dead ' doe aomeihing amiss, do noi be cross; a,"- bl bib von t T mita weain- - y. and wounded men, Ut iii iad cever I oil your voice and words with the oil ! w .are n'-,1, -'f f "f cr drJf cluel ( l3 .L Prsidenr "P: nair ci. ins. 1 r l a-a i- "How tsticti did ron par for birr?1 thH "Two hundred and afir dullar." seeo anything that shocked buw as'o' live." tbe tgbt of this woman and beri 1 be ol. ron'Vrr.an wm K.,.- .j ! a " ouir ,uu uj- were ever bim orrt 4 l-,lXXATBHii. rXiT;t k . i ai i . i l. : i : - v bim her, m- 4iiJ C tbat a firswlase f ' J .. . ' ZZZ?, "' Jfl '. ?J - I prrjrnt tttrm .- tr bn'tW-aai Hrw-K.nr.-rxt , W.II &fr-rTT, XriTt 11 ro-n-rr. M tb fpstwtoar M tlit uri'-r in Pn.m r.. tV i,l.L So t, Chiear n 8alarf-r fhhtsr of l-mr. 1 r Mi ' a I Letters of diami5tTo-a o th Svt rte t r? r.i -c :r r r:lj ..f tM lU.il !.""iNI.i Le' i". r;ifi ifTj :hf(-t f.tr r t-i-n .'"; :'! as- Kmi. tMak-skr ni Ml t itiX"ia.l W in-:..-. 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N-a. R Hte S:w: i mY.m I rft-."'ii.- t An. '; bTj. ?j : ; -j." k:am-, -l j-ji .".i-t -f w-UTUIAa 1MIat --vfTr Cati-al ..) Mv Wi-i:art km) if S:nrr'fi. F- r ri. t iDf nna:'.' -ittaiaaSie fr- j'-ur booic tKket jairo'.J. n-U l ! Vkd Pa such a story heard ia the house afterward ' Every 1 draw trin" in a iwtti aoclt bdcooctd; that tbe .family b..uld have a bottle or tbis' bait bfe.ius, . local oftcia. allowjd u to pass wuh-j precious oil, for every family is liable ' 4 SSIQNEE i Xf)TIC. . Aelsherer?oea. tt: Ifenry I( xht i(r 1 .T MrF.la a. fcV. t w.ut , i'a , ff it.-va l mtaaary mttgimrn fe awvtvnl att Ir. r ai. , ml ami twrwwal. Ihr mi l H -urr K H- Bti- , Irr. la Uiraa boy-a. 4 lart i!lr."s.jirrM I hack of dres skirts by running a I answered President Grant. ca-iotr across the "Well," responded tbe Senator,' be igsi b? low the koee. imavla very gxid animal, and hi tdoubtks is, but ir it wereia mv ease : "?7;,st vnem or iac rru a u- TKatw.ra.iw ark.. a nuifincad Ot 1 I think a ahculil retbpr havth num. : i. i..,i., n u. ., a fretlul dtsrvOsilion a rr.iw 1 L. . .I. .. ... .k.. ti.. I ' , ilramltlh taii Amrnr. ma-i lb.au- LavuvB - - - r i waa aai i.v i ur .um "i . -j .m.u .. . ...tra ar aaaada will mafta kmWa tba per. a barh twoe. or a fault audimr kik-d U i- a m.al eoward. and "That is what the butcher thouuht -wkw u. " "x"" ' i. ..... i.. ..r. i.n -o-a rv..v.n ' . hikax botts. to bave a creaking binge in the shape apint PITTKKI RCJ. IM. SraTtPA iribiis aruub pTct'tfci-v-i ktuf j.ia. .'Mf-S. iV-r rlrrvUr !niR ta:i jwrtirn iwalwU J. C SMITH. A. M. Principe thi r iff- i" 8f"rRF lor ru Grocery & 1'eed Store t. B. tllffl Ii E3. Cheap Side, No i, P.aer's P.lock. Somerset, Pa. New Firm. SHOE STOKE, SOLOMON UHL, Haling piircli.a-M thr SIim Sior-IalrIj wurI by 'jilif t'iunrf m railtiii; ttnu--.... i Ul'iiC h. lft Ij-. ;.;tt -.' c 'w & trp v-tiPiK!Uiy ,ntb hal t r"-;aCt ; j" itrni ul Boots, Shoes and Gaiters I50T1I OF lastern and Home Hanufactun a ran lw tV.on.1 anrwhrre. Wi aiv wit! feavaa .ami ci-aelantlj a Jail a; y'.j ui -OLE LEATHER. MOROCCO. CALF SKINS, AND LINING SKINS it all ktcis. with a "all llnaof Shoe Findings. . E.N T wia W is chara o. - f y. Ii. Sll'ilor, l'l-q. W aw riavaik f-r aaaktsc Good Work and Good Fits w.l uBe tn tb Staia. Tae pahlK la r -I'nltr inTt;rl to rail ami X3miit. -r ft,. w. are d.timninl U rt ' : t uii : t . a; ami aall at yn.n aa Kw a. -.141 , SOLOMON UHL. ,f J tiny at h m. apn wr:rd. .St 4,in. a 376. WHERE NOW? 1876. Tj MlfHM W. mr oT th yrm st, e,rus QX aal bal;av S.'.r : - WHAT FOR? One Million Acreb f 8m farawlwax lan-t" ir it iK iNIi k.vl'iu.si i-,ii;t v j, sr ajf s..i. Kfi Vii.rT;. arr r ( w K..la. K. R. ran ihr-bh nii-r k-r . . fc -t.iww: all ahaur il ain! i prtta--. p 1. Fli-wty f wa:r. IitOT aa4 bail, lax aMbrrv .a yrrr Tr.m 4 io ai per a-r ; ana a. llaBrvj uar. a-.1 H!n(rw? naj.bh ta'l j 'art B-i tlirarra. aa-1 s. manama. i.t.n w. a. Uuai&U UaWr Oraaa HajHa, lyaUaa. P. U. t. PETRCE. 5r" tal PrrT. .Va U E.O. W.