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tf rUBLUIIEO EVERY TUli..IAT, BY W. R. DUNN. D.Tlo In Knox's Umlding. Elrri Street. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. N o Subscriptions received fur a shorter Mri 'l tinea tliruo mouths. Corrpspou deuce solicited from nil part of tin- country. No mitten will ho taken of auuuuymou com in anient inns, M irriaos mi l Dulli notices iniortod RratW. QUSINESS DIRECTORY. Tl O N EST A LODGE, NO. I. O. Gh 0?. 477, T .'et ovnry Wednesday evening, Ll .. clock, W. R. DUNN, V. C. X. W. TATE, W. S. at s T. . wewton puma. milks w. tats. PETTI3 & TATE, ; ATTOHNEYS AT LAW, Him Strut, TIOSIC&'TA, rA. ViT l.aic Ash, ATTORNEY AT LW, Oil Citv. Pa. Wlil pra-tico In the. various (Courts of fc'nrev Coun'v. All business entrusted to it, citi will receive prompt altonil n. 1U l.y W. W. Mason, TTOUXEY AT LAW. nfflee on Elm . Street, abovo Walnut, I'loncMtn, Pa. C. V. GiirUlan, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Kratiklln, Ve- nniiKfll'n,, Pa. tf. W. P. Mercllllott, AttorJiPj nt Li a ;i 4 : A SHi uiMfi kst.vti: T I 0 N EST A, PA. Sf-tf CLARK A FASSETT, a 'rronsr.XH a t la w, WAHRKN ANI TIDHIU'TE, PA. TMIK T'NUKRsrrJNF.M liavinr nnxocl 1 a'ed 'hcunoives toirtlipr in tli" ptvio "tlep o'' l:vx'. oiler their prnfe-..na! serv ees lo ll.p tmhlic. Bin nc ti'-o np'.Iv a"on lod to 'n a'l 'ho ouui-ti f Warren, Forest uVd adjoinin;' Olllfil'W. " inrm rr.Mur. d. T. rAfPTTTT. i urreii. To. Ti l.oule, Yy. Ttones'.a . House Proprietor, Elm St., Tio- if , ?ipM. V-i.. nt the mouth nfth" creek, Mr. 1 1 1 It, Inn tliorourhlv renovated the Tiine-t'i "on ip, and re-furuis'iod it poiim blend v. Ml win nvrnitin him will lm well putertaliiitl ut rcttsmiitlilp r;itp, ly FOREST HCUifc-, D BLACK IMini'UlKTOn. Opposite . Court llo'we. TlnPHt, Pa. Jut nucnal. Kvprvtlumr nvw ami clean ami freh. The tpt of Uoiiom kpi't cjn-tniitlv oti haml. A por ion of the public pntron- ae 1 rcapecttuil y MollPltPii. -i -iv Holmes Housp, n'lONKSTA, IA. opposite the Depot. J. f. D. Mabic, I'mprietor. iKid !Stn hliiiK eoniicfli'il with the Ii'iiihp. tf. Syracuse House, rpiDIoUT . Ta.. .1. A- 1) M aofk, Vroiiio A fir-". Tin linn Iris been thormihly j-friil uii.l isjioV in tlie lii-st-i'lass order, iiiili best of ncomiiVMUrions. Any ntoriimi ion e'inoeriiin.r oil Territory at tit im point will be ulieernillT niroishi'.i. ly J. .V D. M At! KK, Exrh-intfH Hotel, T (iWr.R TlDTi il'TK, Ta., D. S. Rams IJ HKKI. Y SoN I'rop s, 1 Ills iiollse llHTlll Immii relitcil is now tli most ili-sir:bl stor .ni!i plnce in Tidioute. A vood Billiar.l -K'K n attiicheil. 4 ly N.itional Hotel, nVINETdN. RA. W. A. TTallcnbn-k I Proprietor. .Thin hotel is New, nml is f.jw open una first class house, nitimte at rruii(uon fi mo on reei v vnei;ieiiy t.veranil I'liilnilelphia ,t ICrio ItiiilromN ptHwite the Depot. I'urtiex haviuit to lay rer tmins will find this the most eonven Cut hotel in town, with lirst-el.isH aceom noilntions anil reasoiuiblo harires. tf. Dr. J. L. Acoiil., PHYSICIAN A SJ) RUIOiHON, who has liml tUlecn vchi k' experience in a larne ami successful practice, will alteuil all Professional Calls, (illicit in his Di u nml tlrocerv St r, located in l iilioute, near Tlilioute Mouse. IN HIS NTOKR WILL HE 1'olJND A full assortment of Medicines, Liquors Tobacco, ( ii?irs. Stationerv, Uiass, Taints Oils. Cutlery, and line (irix'erics, all of the Ileal (juality, and will bo sold nt rcaaouablu .rates. II. R. nURrir.SS. an exporieneod Rrusr- k inl from New York, has cliui irc of tho .Store. All pi osci ipt ions put up uccuraUly. tt. SLOAN & VAN GIESEN. AND W AGON-MAKERS. Corner ui" Church and Kim Streets, ' Thii.flrni Is prepared to do" all work in its 1 11", ail I will warrant evervtMii done ,t Dheir sli pa to trivo hatstkction. Par ticular a'teulioii given to I!OKi:-HBIOI.IX(;, .nive thetu a trial, gret it. and you will not re-13-ly. . john . tale, pnt r. SH A. PROPER, VICE PRtT. A. M. TELE, CAKHR, rVSAV.IXGS BANK Tiomuila, Koraat Co., Pa. - Thfc iiik trail - ?Mll.ijiiif and K: , 1"'' "" ,llu f '.t'nil'siNtuU's aiu Jaiik trans-,.-, a ' 'eneral HaukiiiK, '.XCIISIIU" lillSlll.B. Principal Cities of the and I H'rooe tiotiL'ht and sold. Viol, I ami Sliver Coin and (iovcrimicnt I ,StH'lirilics bought and splil. 7-'M-lioudu y iiverted on the 1110:. I favorable U-riild. J interest allowed oil time dcpoMits. 'S Mar. 4, 4. k$M- . XO'I'M K. j,c .TVR.'J. N. ISOLAKU. of Tidloute, has IJ rntiirnsd to his practice uui'r an ab V, nence of four lunulas, spent III the Itaiii ' tals of N'oinr Yo-k, w!ire '"' w.ll tumid raiU l:i hia pfessior. Ollli'P in Kurek'i Drill- Store, 3d door tbove 0i bask, TiOJoiU, r. Vt 7 JH ORES "Let U3 havo Faith VOL. IV. NO. 41. T.nW ntTMTIP'lR. Irt k U. DUHKlUUK. Tr'M. T. A . WttMIHT. 1-r-r. OKO. W IIUHMiR, n-it'i.i MV'ftfer. THE SUPERIOR LUMBER CO, MANUFACTURI R-4 OF 'ine Lumber, Lath,5hingles &c! SlilU on Tiontsta frffk, Forcsl Co., Pa. Yards i Office tor. 2.M k Rail Road Ms., PITTS 'Gil, PA. rDWAIIU UlTllltllJtlK. niTIIHIUflB FORT PITT GLASS WORKS. Established A. D. IS27. MANCFARTITRKIIS OF Dithridge's xx Flint Glass PATENT OVAL LAMP CHIMNEYS. AND . Silvered Glass Rsfl9Ctors. These chimney do not break bv heal. Ask for In rmu dob. Take no othor. DITIIRIDOK A SON. r.ttsburgli. Pa. 25-ly. Jiow Itnnrdiiit; IIimisc. MR1. S.. HtTLINfiS has built a lame a-'.dition to her h use. a id is now pre pared to acifiinmo'lale a number of perma nent boarders, and all transient ones who may favor her with their putronane. A 4'Mid stable lias recently been 'unit to ac- nnnoilii'e tbe horses of truest bar. es reaoniiolo. Kesinoiicu on r.im u, oio siteS. lla-lct's store. lil-ly Jos. Y. Saul, miACTICAL Harness Maker and Sad I dler. Three doors norili of lloimes IIoiihp, Tioncsla, l'a. Ail work is war ranted, tf. GREAT EXCITEMENT! at the Store of D. S. KNOX, & CO., Elm St., ioneeta Pa. We are In dally receipt 01 tlia trgpatand MOST CO.MPLF.TK stock ; x:oc rii 11: autl ntovisioxs, EVER BROUG HT TO TH IS MARKET BOOTS & SHOES ! FOR TUB . MILLIONS! which we are determined to sell regardless of price. AND House Furnishing Goods, Iron, Nails, Machiuo tools, Agricultural Implements, Ac, Ac,, Ac, which we offer at greatly re duced prices. FURNITURE! FURNITURE ! ! of all kinds, PARLOR SUITS, CIIAMUKRSRTS, LOUNGRS, WHATNOTS, SPRING JUCDH, MATRKSSKS, LOOKING GLASS. ES, Ac, Ac, Ac, In ENDLRS-i VARIETY. Call and ace, 7-tl D. S. KNdX, A-CO. REYNOLDS.EROADHEAU &C0 1 Centre S!., opsisite Pont oibce, OIL CITY, IENN'A. UlCALKltS IS FOrtEICM AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, VM.S.S UOOUtl, CAhl'i:TLSQ, Oil. CLOTHS. BOOTHS; SHOES, II ATS & CAl'S, TIUMMIXGS OTTXONii, TCM ETC. 71 am that Right raakos Might; and TIONESTA, IN THE TUNNEL. Thnlisnstrons con.e'ue ices .which oomn'ime eiMin fr in yun r eoplo of ' opposite sexes lioinu broiilit into iroxltn j l'y to each other in ruilway tunnels are ! clovorly set fir h in tho appended verses from tho Harvard Ailvncnte; Ridlrm tip from Rangir, On the l'ulliriiiti train, From a six week's b lotinjr In tho woods of Maine, Quito cxten.sivu whiskers, Ui3 ird, liioiisiaclic a i well, Sat a "student teller," Tail, and lino, and swell. Kmpty seat behind him, No one at h.s siile ; To a plca-nuil sUtiull Nuw tho train doth glido ; Enter aged couple, 'lake -lio binder seat ; Line i- geotlo maiden. Jie.iutilul, petite Blushinyly sho falters, "Is llu seat eusaedT" (See t.iU uod coi.e l'ropi ily filiated,) Student, quite ecstatic, Sees bor .iekt;t'a "through ' Thinks oi't:ie long tunnel Kiiuw what he will do. So they sit and chatter Wh.lo the cindirs Ily, Till Uie "studciil .eller," Gets one 111 bis eye ; And the gcutie maiden Quickly tui 11s about "May I, if you itlea.se. sir, Try to get it out T" Iluppy "student fclhr" I eeli aua.nty touch; Hears a gentle w hisper ' oes it liuit you iiiuch?" l'lzz, il.ng, dun 1 a ui.iiueiit In the tunnel quite, And a gionoos daikncss Black us EifVpt's night. 1 Out Into the daylight Darts the Pu.lman train. Student's beaver milled Just the merest grain ; Ma.d n'n b lir is tumbled, And there g'Kiu appeared, Cunning little pur-rin 1'aunlit in .sjHiciit'a beard. Sparkin' Sunday Night. BY A BACHELOR. e. who have seen as manv as sixteen years in this vale of tears, un derstand to a verity the mingled joys and sorrows of our buuilay nights' courtship With what trepidation, half doubt, half triumph, we tinted the ellcct of "Warren's 15lucking" on our new sewed boots; or.willt trembling fingers, essayed to tie the I'uncy neckcloth, for which our tailor had charged us such an outrageous t rice, unhlushiuglv nf tinning that he vas making a uresctit nf it ut that umohtil! How we palpi tilled us we opproached the house which was the casket containing our jewel, und pet haps lost heurt as we approach' d it, and made circuit nf a block or two before coming to the door. How our heart beat tiimuliuoiisly as we laid a rhaking hand upon the knob and gave a pull, and heard the bell ring out in I he ha 1 1 ! Would she come to the door ? Would she be glad to see us? No, it is the co k, w ho propelj the mop am wres tles with the frying pan in the lower regions, and this ha.d-heurted female, supposing that we are iu search of the younger brother of our divinity, au iiopuees that he is not in. Master Ned ! Ki liculons ! A mere school-boy whole months younger than we are. We falteringly pro nounce the name of our inamorata, and ure admitted. ' What is this female grinning at? Does she fee" anything wrong in our apparel? or bus she the impudence In c'u us 111 the same light with a boy lik 'Master Ned? Our indignation is soon Inst, as we stumble into the presence of the fair one, und do wonderful thing) with tie hat which has cost, casli- money, before we consent to relinquish it to the len der mercies of the servant. 'We feel that the eyes of ihe world are upon us thut pater lainilias is regarding us with a placid smile, and that the part ner of his joys and sorrows is "wutch iu' us." And then when the old people h:n'e asked ail the questions tiny can think of, and have found business in other parts of the house, and we are alone with our charmer! She has a wonder fully low voice, at first, and yet she leads us on, as women will do to toe end of time, until we are tu1 king glibly enough, and have gone so fur as to be seated 1111 the sofa, when paterfamilias comes mooning iu wiili uu earthly question, receives bis answer, and meanders out again. We have taken her band, when a whirlwind enters the bouse in the shape of Master Ned, who indicts his presence upon us tor half uu hour, and is off Hgaiu. Tin moment fly swiftly, und we ure in the seventh heaven id' . happiness, when again the doors open, and a sol emn procession enters. Pale famili. us, mater familias and Ise I, outwardly demure, but inwardly rejoicing, like a denoD, in our discomfiture ! Republican in that Faith let us to tho end, daro do our duty as wo understand PA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1872. After nwhile wo feel for our Intititid ilepnri inwanlly full of wr.illi ami vowing never In return. 13. it, us sure ly its lite cyclu of timo liriii(;s rotitu! the next Sahluttli niglit, w ure liaek tijrain. And so it will lie with the song nf men whilo the world goes round. Matrimony Extraordinary. An entcituiniiie; iirticlo Piilitled, "Tony Weller's Widows," niieiireil in thi! Chester (!) Jiepiil'ttcm, f'ronj winch the following is hii extract : A nut In: r very eoiirtable. widow wm 11 joting 1 ml y of Wusliinmon, Pa. She been tut: cliiragi.'d to a vonnir uinn num. ed Unhurt ,in 184IJ. Her filth- or, however, objected to tne niatcn with one of his clerks, and when the young latlyjreceived ti templing pro- , postil Ironi it wcallhv suitor, Ihe pater-1 iiiil influence soon effected a marriage I Ic.-pite the f rmcr engagement. In ; less than three months her hotdiuud : wus killed bv a kick from a horse. ', Uohcrt wus for a second time then a ' suitor, but delayed the importunt qucs- ' tint) until httceti months had clupt-ed, when, to his horror, she informed 1 1 1 1 11 that she was engaged. In three j months thereafter she was married, Two years elapsed, when ihe married couple removed to Syracuse, IS. 1 ., where, milling the victims ot the chol- era, when the pestilence swept that city, us Ihesecoud husband. Iwobert again sought her hand, ami when a year hud elapsed, was oh the mini of making a declaration, when In! he re ceive! aw invitation to her wedding. Her late husband's business was found in such a state that to avoid immense losees, she married the surviving part ner. Shortly after, she removed with her third husband to Detroit, Mich. A few years elapsed, when herself and hvslmud were mi a steamer that was wrecked near Bulla I o. The husband perished, mid the wife escaped solely through the exertions of a friend who was on board, ills gallantry inspired such sentiments ill her breast that she ; married her brave preserver a few months alter her third widowhood. ' The happy pair removed tn Pittsburgh where her husband was engage I iu nercantile business. Thither Ilobcrt, still cherishing his first love, followed them. One day as he was passing the husband's store he saw a terrible com- motion. Hushing in, he beheld the mangled corpse id' that geiiilcmuti on the floor. A tieree of rice, iu being hoisted to an upper floor, hud falleii through the traps, killing him instant ly. Anxiously Kobert inquired if any one hud been sent to inform bis wile, and was told that the book-keeper had just gone. Hebei t started for Alleghe ny city, where the deceased lad resid ed, at tlio lop id his speed. The book keeper wut just ahead of him, and. from past experience, knowing the virtue ol prompt action, mid aiinrt bending that the clerk hud designs on the widow, he ran for dear lite, side by side. The race continued until they readied Hand street bridge, when the clert was obliged to slot) to ptv .he toll, while Robert, a commuter, passed accordingly drew forth his pocket li . . . .- .111 1 I - . . : .. - over without stopping, reaching the house of the widow first. Robert told the heart-rending news, and in the same breath mude u proposal of mar riage. He was uecepted. ' True to her promise, after a year of mourning, she became his wife. As all her husbands bad died wealthy, Robert was comfort ably fixed tiller all. This case is a re markable example of what pluck and M'rseverunce will do for a man, while ul the same time it teaches a lesson on the dang r of delay. Popular Fallacies. That von cat. receive one dollar dav, spend two mid get rich. Thut to do a man a favor and then refuse another won't make him twice us mud us if you bad ic fused him the first. rhi't when a man presents you a hound pup that the gift will cost you nothing. That when you buy on credit, know ing very well ymi ca..'t be able to pay, it is not stealing. Thut next year the tuxcs are to be lighter. That every other man is bound to die except you. That if you have a good ause in love, war or law pitch iu you ure bound to win. That when you buy a horse he will be certain to turn out us represented. That if you always say what y.ui think, you w in the regard of the entire community. A traveler, near tbe close of a weary day's drive over 11 lonely und muddy oad, came to a little lug cabin iu the forest, und asked for drink. A hand some voung lady supplied bis wants, and afterwards, us she wus lhelirt wo men he had seen in several days, he ottered her tt dime tor a kins. It was duly tukeu and paid lir, and the young lady who had never seen a dime he fore, looked ut it u moment with some curiosity, then asked what woulu she do with it. He replied what she chose. as It washers. II Hints the ease, said he, "you may tuke it back and I give me another ku." Good girl I A Cruel Deception. I A little while. aj;o there was a futi ry fair ut JJnisel. The olijcct was 11 charily, and the ladies who kept the stalls did some things which Indies us a rule uvoid doing. It is supposed, 01 course, that the poor might not to be deprived of 111011c y thut cun he got by tiny menus not involving positive im propriety. In this way kis-ses huvc been sold ut fairs, Htid in this way at .Brussels 11 la''y sold, or wan snppo.eii to have iold, part of har beautiful tresses. A geiiilemaii passing her stall was greatly iitttracted by the lair sales woman's charms, and gallantly de manded to know the price ut' one of the locks hanging from her chignon. Is'ow the lady has u husband, ttpd, thinking it riyrlit to eoni:lt hiitioiilhr subject, sue tntiiiagen to postpone me ncgotinttoti until the next Hay. tin husband said money for tin poor otighl not to he turned uwav, hut with pion fraud, his hair being like his wife's, light brown, he cut. u lock from hi- own head utnl gave it to her. Next day the enamored purchaser received this lock, huh paid an extremely high price tor it. .So far, all was well, hut tho happy couple were subsequently ..indiscreet. They Ponhl not resist whispering the 'delicate secret to just one ir two amused Incmls. I recently thedcceiv- ed ml 111 1 re r heard that lie bad been dupeil.iindwas being very much laughed at. His displeasure has now exprosrd itself iu a very disilgreeahle manner. Iu Belgium, deceit in quality or nature of any article sold for money exposes the vendors to very severe punishment. The gillant Belgian, who seems us warm and vigorous iu fighting us in loving, has Hctually summoned both husband and wile into court, and they will be compel let! to swear whether the hair sold was nut the genuine .irti fie the lady professed it to be. Tne nll'iir is producinga livelv 'excitement, and the trial, which was ju.-t about to oegtn, ai last accounts, win oeeageriv watched. " Undoubtedly the deluded purchaser, like till who come to griel through the tender passion, deserves 11 certain share nf sympathy, but, really, a man who could have the lolly in believe in the genuineness of any hair depending from a chignon iu these 1 days, will be none the worse for a les son that will teach him to helesscrcd uloiis in future. Violating the SbLUth. A rigid Sabbatarian, who occasion ally exhorts iu church, and fills the of fice of Justice ol the Peace in a West ern village, not long since went on ti deer hunt with a puny composed ol five or six young hunters. By some ui. accountable mistake he losl Ins reck otiing, and, much to his niortiticaliou, he found, on reference to his papers Ihe third lav ol the hunt. Hint it was Sunday, when he had supposed it was Saturday, lie opened the morning j with a prayer, and told his Compati mus that, us a Christian and a magi- ! Irate he could not hunt thut day und oie aim eomiuenceu reaniug. His more worl.tly-mind.-d compun ions thought, with the li.i llimore bunk man, "that there were no Sabbaths iu Ilovoluiioiiary times," took the dogs and started in pursuit of game. It was hut long before the whole pack were in full cry, and the worthy magistiute, 011 looking up from the sacred volume, discovered a tine bin k making for the camp. Without a minute's delibera lion, he siezed a loaded rifle mid plug ged the deer between ihe antlers. " Gentlemen," said he w hen his friends came to the spot, "it is contra ry to the laws of M.se and the revis ed statutes of Pennsylvania, to travel on Sunday, and lor that reason 1 shot ihutlellow. Still, 1 have violated the Saohath as u Christian, w bile I have maiiilaiiied the dignity of the law us a magisirale, and aclilig iu the latin capacity " " If we should scare up another ?" "I'd shoot the rascal lor traveling on Sundav." While the hew market house at the corner of Thirteenth and Walnut Sis., Louisville, was iu process of erection, u bottle of whisky was sent up to a brick-mason, who, ul'ter tuning u drink, left out a brick and pluced the bottle with the rest of the bever age iu the vacant place, where it still is. Half of it euu be seen projecting from the bole, ul once lemming mid tanlHlizing to ihe topers who pu.-s the jpot. A few leet distant a goblet is in ranged in a similar way. ll was the intention that these should hot be re moved unless per huiice the building should be in danger of burning, bin some thirsty sol will doubt less get hard up for a drink, und, procuring a lad der, climb up to the bottle under cov er of dai kncss, and enjoy its contents us the reward of his daring. It would not be a slight feat, however, us the prize is placed at Ihe height of uboiil fifty teet. '1 he place should be chi is temd "Toper's Temptation." "Woman is a delusion, madam, "ex claimed a crusty old bachelor to u wit ty yi ung lady. "And mtiu is always hugging some delueion or other," a as the qmc4 reply. it."--LINCOLN. $2 PER ANNUM. A Horse thct Wouldn't Go. A few days ngo a commercial gen tleman wus sojourning sit a certain inn in Hereford, where he cha'iccd to lull in company with iiKspectahle trades man of the place, who, bv the bv, is celebrated us u practical joker. Over the dinetissioii of a ghisn of grog, the conversation turned upon horseman ship, and it was evident I hat the com mercial gentleman thought himsell no ican equestrian. A bet was proposed bv our Icll.iw-cittzcti. thai he had a nose at Ifftiiie w hit h the traveler could not r:dc u mile between that time and ix o'clock in tl.e evening, it being inch uboii'. .') P. M. The bet was rea- lily accepted, und the tradesman pro- eeoiieil mime 10 nri' le ami sun. lie this iinmimageabU) brute," mid to prepare him for a start ; and while he was so dug, the commercial gtullcman was to prepare Intl. Sell lor what the other had lei' him to expect would prove 11 rent undertaking. Ho was soon boot ed-and spurred, and w ith a heavy w hip ill his hand, looked 11,' equestrian all over, when he proceeded to the door of the tradesman, which wus to be bis sinning point." While wondering w ithin himself w hut kind of Uosiuuiite ie was going to mount that could not he made to travel a mile in three hours, and thinking that, perhaps, he might be such another as "John A'- Duck's mare," who woulj not sutler any person to ride her but John A' Duck; behold! the horse wus brought ti.rtli. the gentleman a chagrin uitiy he easily imagined when he beheld brought into t ie street, not 11 horse of flesh und blood, but a wooden horse, such us house-wives find laundresses use to dry their clothes on, all saddled and bridled. Wo need not say that to ride such a "horse," even a mile iu three hours, was more tlutu the best of 1 qiicstnuns could be expected to pi r- I. .nu. Our heio did hot attempt it, and consequent ly he lost his bet. Anecdote cf Ethun Allen. Etlinti ' Allen once passed through the lloosiic Vallcj mid spent ihe Sab bath with a friend in Wiliiumstowh, atl. tiding I'bureh with him and his In Hilly. The fust and second Presi dents of Williams College were square toed in their orthodoxy, having lar more laitli iu divine w ruth mid justice, than in bis love mid tuercy, and their st riuoiis gave evidence of their obedi ence to belief. On this Sabhuth the text of the worthy President Fitch was, "And if the righteous scurcely he saved, where shall the ungodly unit the sinner appear 90 Firstly He laid it down ns a fact not more than beyond question that one III one thousand would he saved. Secondly, thirdly, to twelfthly He said that not one iu filly thousand could be saved. Lilian Allen took his hat and enne and pn pared to leave. His friend said, ''Don't leave now." Scvehteeuthly, dropped from the Presi Ictit's lips, who said he had come to the cunt Itisinii that ol tl.e countless millions of men, not more than one in an hundred thousand would be saved. The old soldier had been growing uneasy under this rapidly sliding scale where l lie blanks so multiplied and the prizes faded from view. He grasped li s hat 11 nd cam', w hen his friend sui I to him, "Don't go out; he will he through shortly. He's now up It. seveuteeiithly." "Oh. no matter," said Klhati Allen, "any of you are w( Iconic to my chance if 'tis us" slim us he lel Is of," und left the church. riUtfu ll Sun. About every other feature that adorns the female character, delicacy stands foremost in the province of good taste. Not that delicacy which is per petually in quest of soon th'iig to be ashamed ol, w hich makes merit of a blush, and simpers ut the false con struction of its own ingenuity has put upon an innocent remark ; tins spuri ous kind of delicacy is us far removed from good taste us from good feeling and good sense; but the high-minded delicacy which maintains its pure i n 1 iiii'leviiiling walk alike amongst wo men as in the society of meu, which shrinks from no necessary duly, und call speak when required with serious n ess and kindness of things ut which it would be ashamed to smile or to lilti.-h. An exchange has omo remark on the custom of standing treat, so pie valcnt in this country, and advises its readers to 1111 ke resolution lo discouu- 'chance the ciisl by every means in their power, without regard to the imputation of meanness with which they may he assailed. Itsuys Ibis is .110 of 1 he i.P s.t s. li-c!. -s humbugs of 'he age, und a mai. ini.bt as well led obliged to usk 11 i a-u il acquaintance w hen he hie. Is 1 1 i 111 .11 !l shoe shop, lo select covering tor his feet us to feel bound to ask him lo drink win 11 he meets him iu a bar room. Our own .pinion is that the best way to settle the debate ubout ti'cutmt-ht is to stop lurking. A person looking at some skeletons the other day, asked a young doctor present w uere he got tliern. He replied. "Werahid Vm. " Rates of Advertising. One Sn,nnro(l Ineb,) one Insertion... ll M OneSiiuaro " Ciiio month SW OneSquarn " thri months... 00 One Square " riieyear 10 0 Two Squsrcs, one year iVT""" ' qnprti rCol. " JO Half " " One " " I"" W lliislness Cards, not exceeding ouo lacJa in length, tlO per year. I.e;ral not lens nt established rate. These rates are low, and no dovlntlon .vill be insde, or dlsprlnilnation amonn ltroiis. Tho rates offered are such, ill make it to the advantage ol inendol business ill the limits eftlio circulation of tne iiaper to advertise liberally. The No3e Bleed. The following we clip from Rn ex change, which is a very interesting fact to remember : There are two arteries which.supply the whole face with blood, one on each side. These branch off from the main arteries on each side of the tuck, pass ing over the outside of the jawbone, about two thirds of the way back from the chili to the nligle of the jaw, un der the cur, and runnit g upward to ward ihe eye. Each of these arteries supply ju.-t one lmlf of the fine, tho nose being the dividing line ; the left nostril is supplied by the left artery. Now, supposing your use bleeds by the right nostril," w ith the end of the forefinger feel along the outer edge of the rigid jaw till you feel tho beating of thearury directly under your finger, I ho same us ihe pulse in your wrist. Tuen press the linger hard upon it, thus getting the little fellow iu a tight tilaco between your finger and the jaw bone. The result will be thatii'i drop if blood goes into thut eido of your face while the pressure continues, hence the nn-e instantly stops bleeding for want of blood to flow. Continue the pressure for five minutes, and the ruptured vessi Is in the nose will by this time probably contract so that w hen you let the blood into them they will net leak. Blcefing frntn a cut or wotit;d in any part of the system mny he stopped by compressing the artery from which the blood flo.vs. Acting upon a knowl edge this simple fact, slu-iild acta sion require, may save the life of a dour friend. The hot.-l bill of the Grand Dule Alexis nt Niagra Fulls, for the enter I linmetit of the royal party und ser vants, nineteen persons in all, whs $1,' 600, or over 875 for each person. Their tarry ot the Falls was twenty four hours lung. The bill was finally cut down to ,000, and the Duke paid like u Prince, but the Buffalo papers declare the bill a swindle. The account ut the TiU't House in Bull'alo fur the same party for three days wus SS8G. "I know what your beau's pretty white horse's name is," said a little Greenfield buy to his sister, Monday niorning,"it's Dumye." "Hush, Eddie, thats a naughty "word." "Well, I don't cure if 'tis; that's his name, ( os, last night I was standing outside of the te"ceund heard hitu say "Whoa, Damye." A negro waiter who had twice awakened a traveler to inform him lhat break titst wus rend y, und a third lime broke his slumbers by attempting to pull orl' the be lclothes, thus ex plained : "Ma.-su. if you isn't twine to git up, I must huh tie sheet anyhow, 'ctisu dcy're wailing for de table clot!" An orator, in 11 husky voice, said: "In short, ladies und gentlemen, lean only w i -1 1 I hud a window iu my bo som, that you might sec the emotions of my heart," The newspapers all printed the speech, leaving the "11" out of window. He was taken some what aback when be read it. We have finally found who that much tulked of individual the "eldest inhabitant" is. An chler'v chap speak ing of his great know ledge of the west? cm county, the other day, said that he had "known the Mississippi nverevtr since it wus u email creek ! " He's the IIIHII. Miss Susannah Robertson, of Z incs villi1, Ohio, is over six feet in height, mid not yet eighteen yeures of age, She only weighs one hundred and one pounds, und is commonly known as the live giraffe. "Say, Jones! What's the matter with your ce?" "Oh! tiolliin, only my wilje said this morning you'd bel ter get up mid light the fire. I told her to make il h.-rsell', that's all." An Iislnnan culls bid sweetheart "Honey," because she is "bee-loved." Cattle ure dumb beasts, but by gel ling together i large numbers they make themselves held. A dandy in liroadway, wishing to be witty, accosted an old man us lollows : "You take uil sorts ,f trumpery in your cart, don't yuitV" "Yea jump in, jump in." The three singes of Darwinism are now suid to be positive, luil ; compar ative, tailor ; superlative, tailless! Why is 11 good husband like dough? Doiighn'l you know t Why, it is be cause 11 woiiiau kueuds lii tn. A minister in an eating house gave the order "Joa.sl beef, well doLe, thou good und faithful servant." An old ludy writing to her son out West, tells him to beware of bil.ioti saloons and bowel alleys. Clara uskel Tom "What animal dropped from the clouds?" "Tho raiu dear, " was the reply. Mexico is said to be like the earth because it has a revolution every twenty-four hours. Dogs aro represented to bo the most skiltlul dentists. They insert i.uti.ral tie.h. It costs tnoro to bvenga wroegs tLau tn bear then.