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-, tmucnrr rrrmr irmrw&AY, by ; . bm rramt, tiosibta, fa, ' , TitRMH, IQ.1K A TEAR. ..'" i Pnhrip(on received r a ahnrter pertwt than three month. - . . fWreeriondcTiew, solicited from all parte afeheeonntry. Nonotlce will betaken of aymoua communication. "V"INJE8t DIRECTORY. TI03ESTA LODGE . I. O. of O. IP. mu-mni.f"r. F.TS rerr o' riock. In the Mall formerly oociipled the Oood Tempi J 1 " i. ' " JAS. WOObfNOTOX. N. O. A. B. KEtiLYSeo-y. 87-tf. ' ' ''lSarnu"l D. Irwin, ATTRNKY,VtnX!V0TTw and KKaIj E3TATrT"tOKNT. Lewi aclases promptly attended tu. I'lone-da, Pa. 0"1.- w. arawyea rama. ilim w. at. T.v: TTtl TAT, TTOXESTA. PA. r.TT.K , tnrrf A, Juki, Brattl Waaon. A JnW ATTORNEYS AT LAW. office oBjf.lna Ntreet, almve Walnut, Tioneata. Pa. r.W. Hay, v. .-i " ATTomxnY AT LAW. anl )ffTAiT Poai.io. K-Tn'i tlnkill A 0..' leek, tlrie.-a il City, Pa. i - WMy v. Kiwaraa. r. a. KtLKT. jc r.V.yV.1 jfi Mis r, , h 'Aorueye'at U . t . , Ttankllii: F PSACTICK In the eeva a' Cuuna or aiari. PrawRrd, lVrot, and -1J1i- J . h. a antiee. SUIT. a. aittu, .'.... AaBTr. runniSA rAssKTT,c 1 eVteTB a Law, THue'yflle Penn'a. PHAi'TU'K In all the t'oiirtu of Wrrw, IVawtoi-d, roreitand Venango Coun Mea. e ' J. H. Heivly, ( ' H'liid.n, itf n t enire aciu ajew kit. iilKtK Mi. I All nwraflrna i me in a rarest manner and warran-ed. rhlnrofurm au' eth a-t-Miiniitered wha requireJ I) taeeae will -ra.it. ,. ? ta-'r T Chadea JL .Anaart T-XtTMTalreWe OU'Clty, . A lliianiu uiooa.' t j Lawrence Houaa. f rpnVMTA.' lAa.-n. o. SUTTKn L riRl.liyi rmiairrnn. Taia a-'iia- la entra!ly lo-atad. r yurvthiiltt nwand wall farnihd Miatarinr . aee-immod na and atrial uttenUm alyen -in numta. Veeal)e and Frnlta of a'l kiiijl am-yed aa tneir aeann. anuiui,niuiaiur aaerelal AacnU." a f HJ.A'IC IMWPRIKTt. J OppoilU. A-f. t'aart . lloitse. 'riminata. tr !. Rye'rvthiiiT nw and oi 'art . lloitse. Tlminata. fa ni !. FvervtliiiiTiiMW and oiean and fra.k . The haL ul lia noia ket-t eiinitant I a hand. A ase U raapectfully fully Milioili'd. " a 4-17-ly V Tioni'ata Hnuse. 4 r f. I.ATIMCIl Te. Kll St. Tln- I. aeaV Ha.athe month oftlm creek Mr. it. ha thornuirlily -.rennvnted the Tioneata Houae,-and re.fiirtiihl it oin rleteiy. .Jll wh patninine hlai -will be well entertained at reaaouanle rate". ly v National Hotel. TIItOUTB; HA OVm HIM; pronrle. ir' Thia houta h bt-ennewly furn Wb.lindi kept ln1wd "tvle. Ou-aU will b made ourlatiela a renon atie rana. k r PHYSICIAN ANO SUHUKON, whi.haa had fifteen yeara' expeneiu-eln larire aad auutymaful practice, will attend .all ' 1'enfeanioiial t'ajla. OtlVca W hla Jf tts.tad rofcere-MtiVre,'locU(d1i 1 idinute, tv TldiuuU Houaa. n1 , . I N HI3 8TORB WIU1. HK FOCNDt I "1 fiill'aainrtinent,of'.Meilioinea. Llnuora 'Tobaot'o, V!rM. Stationery, ,tf laxa, I'ainW. ' Oil. iTutlery, an OI tne muti ipuuii;, aun will lu u.lil'al reaHOiiahla kUm. lilt. L'ilAM.. O. 1)Y. an experlenued Fiiyaiulaii and Drujc .bit l'rm New York, . cliarice of the il.ure. All preaurlptiou piitiipatxturaieiy. , . , a. a. air. . , jao. r. ri- , a. a isixi -j irf park Jt co,p v ;ob . 32 1' s ; ',' C.iar of Kim X Walnut S:a. Tioneata. ' Hank f niaoiuut ami Dupoalt. ' ' Titti.rt &!ltired on Time Deooftita. - Oellvetiont ma leona'.l thJVi lnalpal poinU of the U. S, Ol!ctiona aolleited. 18-ly. T tel. ' t -al a M jMilj .'l the T.oiMa I1uin, at tba . a mxulu "i l loiKMUt t rueK. run uona an I r.Hiai ai . . mi 1 eveiytMnx kept In xiraur. ' Ti J vor 4 tue hm aeoidml a'urit.ttia la atea ted cr 'ouae aud 'lay iti luaxiitv ruuul. ' ' J, iit U. T. UX ri M JU, Laaaef. -t. JXW. CLARK, '.3 4eatiaiaMt'a olrkk, roiiaaron., rA.) 'MEAL ESTATE AO EXT. lt tOL'HE audita, for Sale and RENrP t W.14 Lamia tor Sale. X ' f oava anperior fa;ilit;eaforaarertainlna; attaouuOliioH 01 taxexanii tax aea, nr. txl am ttei'e6re uuali tett U avt iutelli tuuily aa aout ul tixe livne at a die' uu uwauu lauda in tbe C-iunty. CVUoa 10 UoMiniiiakonora Room, Ooort . n rtiMC, 1 oota, l a. vol. vi. no. 44. . Dr. i: fi. Blaine, t- OFTICn and residence opposite the Lawrence llouae. otlicedaya Wednea- daye and 'dniurdnys. - 8H-tf. tiie&6otT shoe store T " 1L TEVICI. Proprietor. Partlea 1 in want of FINS B-ot anil Hh'" will alwav And a irood Biaortm-mt at J evens'.. when yon pall. u-tav-r mroiumwil ami Tou'wlll be liberally dealt with. Mm N. K. BTKVESS. tlNE GROCERIES,, , cuqicb cigars, Ton Aro ,Ari ed -' FRUIT. STATIONERY, AND MOTIONS, for sal at J. B. Aa-new's 8 to e Room, fn Boouer t Agnew's Block. . 1 FRMiI OYSTERS, by the can r esrvtd In order.' " - Mtf. , r iayay anairiiaaiji aawuivv-. v " . " TVITK 8. 8. H0I.INO8 haw built a Urate il addition to her hotiae.and in now pre ttared to accommodate number or nerina nent bnardein, and till tramttent otia' wlm may ravnr her with their patronage. A aMod MtAhle haa recently bevn built-in a- ommodata the hoinea of uueHta. I'barvaa reaMoiiabto. i Kenldenoa on Elm St., oppo- aaaa-al. Uaiwat'a-etora. c- -WIT Frank Robbliim, PH O T d OR A PHER 4 t (.TO'JillOB TO 1IKMINU.) Plxtnrna In eenrv nlvleof the err. View or tbe oil retoua lor eaia or laaen to or der. " t '' CKNTRB 8TRKUT, near R, R. -roaalng, sJYCAMiRK STREET, neari Union Da- paa, t)l Crty Yv. . . : , . . xu-tr LOTS FOR SALE 1 ."J y'l w i v.- v- BOROUGH OF TIONESTA. Apply t" OEO; G. SICKLtS, ' : JVt Naaaaa Pt., Hew-York ;t1ty. WM. F. BLUM, 13 H. CICSIVT I .T n. - AND ' W-ACf O MT--M A! KE Itr. 1 f-ortier of Clittrrh and Elm Strrt TIOISTESTl 3?..; Thia tlrm la prepared to do all work lit IK linand wilt wart-ant eferytlalUK dn attkeir eh p't' ive eatlaractloii. far Uvular attention K'V(' lo IIOItS LU.SlIOI.IC2, rlvethni atrial, and yon will not re irret it , . :t-ly. j PHOTOGR A f H " A LLERY Wtlir St'rttl, Of EImtMtONXER A CO.'a STORE Tionosta, Fa., 11. CARPENTER,1- : "Proprietor ecr I rmctttraUkaa in all the lateat atvlea -aV. ' -t ' -a- -- yiDioirrr, Pa". .Valeria., ' ; ' 'iWaUaa, : . Cloak Jmrrlry, Ssaataslee, ttA Alt rcpairln 1u Ida line nttuilv d"ne rod warranted. I ar leular attention paid ' the repairing ul i'aUrlien. GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE IX TIONESTA . --.t GO.W.BOVARD&GO: net brouirbt on ,a complete and efliy aclected atvt, m ; u J r. "T "a a. ----- FLOUR- ' ' - '' -' -I'P GROCERIES. - V . x .., , provision's5, : aad evryhinK neeeanary. io Ota Ojumpletc ato.1l ot Jnrjtt-cSaaa-iriK-ery House, wlilcai they have opened nut at their eatablialf meut no Elm fl rat door uorth af M. I.. CbBickv-j : ,xn Ut m ... . ' .. i h- .;tl "J T 4, TEAS, . COFrEF-S, AUOARM MYKUfH, t f mm, BPICEH, . HAMS, . -LARD. a si) pro nsioxa or all kism. at the lowrwt oanh price. Oooda warrant ed to be of the he-t quality. 'all andei awiae, aod we believe we enn anit you. ' OJSO. W. aOVAKU i VX Jan. ft, Tt, r:,;; :;;;;;;jibNESTA;-p.;TMitrAiit:ii, 1374. aCARF.D OIT OF A WIFE. ' The imrraiiye whicd t am admit t- write, wa told me one bifak, con night, in a cuiiitry parlor. It wa mi of thiiee nights iu mil winter, whei. the wiill rwrpt over the laml, tnaainn everything tingle with it front y hreath that 1 v.aa roaieii tefnre a.'bUxiiiCfitv. aurrnUuiUJ hy a bait d4.Bo-f'llv py, ami ' an ' olii ' harhelor, rerer ureen, adout fortj-aight yeara ll. ... ( " r It WM JU81 llii-DBtti w lint mi i. in ke thona within uriov a cooil (tnrr. u ravh of u h1 t!d ilia favorite one, aave Mr. Green, and a he waa a jolly ol.l fellow, we al Int'itet f-r a jolly liry. We' were furpneerf thfu to hear him any, 'I liava no atory (hut would interest Voti, e 1m1 to finil other entertainment fur a while when one of llie Ix'va told me tn 'iik hin)1 now it nappenrn ' mat lie never got married. & I di. Well, Keutlemen, he deem), it don't seem right lof hit to tell how it hap pened, but ai it is about myeelf, I ( dow't-care .miH'h.j :You ;iep,v'aheo I j WHf' yootig1 we ii'd to'Vii 1 ar high ' at j i!.. . l.:i... ... ..I u .:....! I I I ' live miles to chnrch and singing school hit.h w-s Metlil dv a .wiNuleu dut which ma our , chief enjoyment. But !.,., ,,. .av -..i r -..iu,! this don't have anything to do with my not Kt'tliiiK wile, Ikii I jaat want. e.1 to sjmw.that v.e ha 1 troubla tl.etn days' gcitiMg our sp-.ru t auo i were ori'tnerB, or , like "Mary and her little Inmb. Where one went the nther was sure to; go. po ae went to see tw., swiairr,. and as we were not the best boys ining-. utWe?lheM.I.I grt.tleiflan tonk um- ' ur M bul Mrtt ; , brage and wouldn't allow us 4o Cine ; NViel j ,leitr(, tie KjrHI .nickering bear the douse, so we would take'tne -t ml(le nie mBd a(, jumpclJ up,,,,! girls to the end.ot tbe lane, aud there ruflhe, out of the ,,01,r MVing the take i the hiial kn-s., . ,-. ; . reaU;r ,m,t of my shirt on tbg old . soon got . tired of that sort - of fn )(l()'r v.. .-.V, . .. fun. and I tdl John on nur wry to... rfr i jcil,. 1iutn Viitr lien aiuging scho.d one night that I Arasgo; ing to lake fcadie home, al.d that i w.ta going to the house, too u ' i'j ' - Unsaid the old rami would run me It 1 Old, . ... . , ..J..-. ' t if : 1 1 told kirn 1 was coins; tor.sk it; if T . V i i , '. ', ..! 'sJohome we Went ,th the girls. beibwe tp.t ta. lb. end of the lme : Hold the gins that wewere going ajl the way.. , , i; . r XUjy look, d at each other iu a way f i?. JT, l',"i!",;' - ; - the .111 folk would he in yg,s Uiey . didutcareifwed.d. r ,1 bey w,ie st.ll more surtird when 1 t'f,d t'-;t't..;w'M V " ..urn, wni.e, nut as au.wus " u' r...Lul ihu Ituuiu. IfA laJ ixilnilililA in Leltiiii; into the kitchen.- ' 'Itu-n alid .ihrer we had . pur first courl.'apd I m-dtt up my iiiiud to ask audie to be 'my wife the next time I came.;,' ; , ," - ' .'It w'as nnw-jiost lhe turn of lhe nigh it lid we hud buir miles .to walk, so I told John we ban bitter M K'-HiV.i Po we stepped ouroll thrToTchbulOst as.wijUnVs.j the,. sky was . lit up l.y lightning, and one tremendous thuik- der-peal rolled along the' mount ttin top. , Its echo had iiot died out in the vaiue umi . l'"ur Jihioiis. Miiiiink in ilreae.i aip and irom ' the' garnered lull uees ot the fwltlirei Jike leading Ndiiji-al ' person cloiids.' , e waited fur it to ij ; uu- aw,.B are very common;. Prussian Sol til we were all sleepy, when,, the girls ; ,,vn carrying off clocks are ftill more laidwe should gv. bed in- the- little ao,4ind in the games of leaden soldiers room at the head of the stairs wind) led , wm,re the French used alwnvs to de uiitiir the ktfvlien, aud as ilieir fathe ; arrayed against lhe Kngiieli. tin; otdii't get up arly we oonld be home French are now maile' to do battle before the old tot kit. ' were , tMir, . So, : auaiBt Germans, and, judging dv the alter bidding the girls , aweet good-J fllir,e miimdea nf the luster; to mm night aud promising Iu osm Imck uu ,henu t mar h (j,)UbtV(J M)VV fi,r the next Saturday ..Jiight'. vie started pwVeh children ere benefited hv hav- foi bed. c We didn't liave far to go," as thehed w'uejr(' trti head of the.aiairi''.., John wits i:i lied brat, but as I a a always a Utile alow aud full of curiosity, 1 wus looking around the little room. At ty L. Vhoughi I would aitd .wn hi a cherfX"'-l1ich waa' covered with" a 'nice hu .clolh, while I pulled itfiiiy ixMita.. r-o down I sal, when, stare 'of the east I 1 went plump into a big egg custard pi ai ! IjtuoMght John , would die jaughing, for he aaid 1 had sniaahed that p e al) to thunder, and the plate right in two. You ,see, we had trf be awl'ul tjtiiet, for fear the old mail would hear.ua. . I was now ready -to get into bed, so I put out he light au 1 picked up my boots, intending to put them in a more cauveuieut place, wheu Uuwu y aeut through a stove-pipe hole lMi had beeu covered with paiier, uu t my hip. v ' ' ' - : Ouc part of, me was. up stairs, and part in the kitchen. 1 ' Ijf.v V iAsny. leg wa, tvngr ires. hel a lill' whii4r was covertal .with: dieluitt, pans, cotl'ee-poiH, etc., and tnrniug it over, d" n it went alih $ c.ah. Tlie girls hadu't retired yet,. and I lizard them laughing til to p'it their des.' ; - ; I felt awful aatiarnaid, aud waa scarei ontil my liefirt waa in my throat, tor fear the old man would hud us. I extra Jted my leg just in time, for the old lady looked into the kitheu from hef bcit-iooni dnorT and asked whut all the lioiae Was about. ;'- - The girls put her &' as bert they could, and I went to bed, a bile Job fife u .van nearly strangling under the cover i keep from laiigliitif nut loud. -We aotui- vnt 'oriv to the land of Ireama, with the hope of waking early, t wish I t'oUld tell yoii my dream?, nit it amld lake too lonjr. One nm .nent I would fitny myself hv the aide f Sadie, nipping nectar from her heaven-dedf wed lipa. and the neit I would de flying i. frm t lie old knant while he waa flWurisliing his cane above 'my hwL- "' -' ' Thia all came to an endby John giving-me a kik. ' . ' ' I On waking Hud, looking around II nw J.ilin a eyes aa nig aa hate, while the sun was bea ruing in at the window. , Whitt to do we could ot tell , fr we (ipttrd , the ' old - mail having family nrat'M in tde kift hen. " ' ' ' " I ... i . t .i (, could get dowu over the porch John looKeti inn ci ine wuinnw aui rMif.- " "Get nut and dress as quick, as pos sible," he said., ' ,, . . .. . ' . In liiV hurrv inY font eot tnncled in the hod' elt lie, and oilt. I tuinhlcd, bead foremt, turned over, and rolled lit t una mirit I utrni-k ttieiliifir. , ri hf i:, frnt ot- ,)e ( man. I r,I M11 .,,1, i,.,,lriy ,n,i v..lll ou, ..jir(U,ttVe us!'? for he. thought ! it whs the devil. : - , . The old ladv screamed until you .'.... i ia h-'r,l l..r . mlU. t was o fc 'ared and bewildered that j fcu) )1)f ( atince. It was weather, and I didn't have ou . .. ,br,UKh the yard the doc , we, fr ni(St , , When I ot intlm hamytrd I had , , ,.?,,, ,vf .Lh ,.., .!.,., ., ,.l.l mm- among them waa an old ram; whti ,mckw a- a iuU and started for me Withan hound I eacaiied dim, aprang ;, ,,e bar a(lK.gal) to , ,,f, , tM lfce ,Il(W whel, ,,,, fih p.lllllt.e,, ,, niy ,eg,, ,,lck. je thm till ihey died. .. - , l)ir.w nw , , hft h(,Ti ,, Hfier .John had slid down the porch in n fc ,,,, f WttIcr ,,e t , one of mv 1 ts. my coat, and f lhe ,)f f He IS.un.1 me cn.n drielv prwtrate.l. J,xn f n)T ,1,5,1. mv har, one d p of u - . " V'. m j ..... .,.., ......., and one hoot were hR liehlud. I vowed then muL there, t! at I'd never go to see mioilitr gil,.' and I'll die before Lwiil. . .- FIIENC1I FOMTJCAt TOY8.T .-.t r. f A Pri rorreBuoiulentl of the New ; Yik Jlerald. writing, tinder i date of L..);emhef 23. says : "The tovs given (tn chi,r-ii at tlr t'uue Ha.ii (he many ;Rai)oa, but it ia much the rtt to fad- r;(.ate playthings hu ring 'pojitica.1 al-, ine Ipyaon pf ptitiiHial rancor and po lilU-al hatred instilled into them thus eariy through their toys ; lint it bus alwavs been the habit iu this country to fill juvenile heads with this sort ot Itnowledge which is most . usfleis. and dangerous to them, lioys are taught to abominate the PruM-iana before I hey know where Berlin is oil tinted, itnd to CHlLFrancajh soyere'na. itliiUuhe- fore a'eMa'uiuwlial . i)iber. nulious the wrld iiay pia"aas..v j ': . . . I In au account of the marriage cere monies of tht,ULJiquihMux, given by I'r. litiycs, he says: "The match is made by the parents of. the - coupdi The hridetrrooin must go nut aud cap ture a polrvliiir as an evidence f uiHiily courage and sireiigin. : 1 1 hen he is told he can marry, if so inclined, and I' lot" most bachelor he is general ly so inclined. ,: lie riieaka behind -the door ot his inamorata, and when she comes out he pounces upon her and ui.deriakes to carry her aay to his dog sledge. She scream, bites, kicks and breaks a say fiom him- He i bases her ami the old woiueu of the aeitlrmeul cnhis tajt.with frozen strips ofcel skid and give her 'a l' k. Afte running' the grtiintli-t of thexe oIh jvouuJl al'tj. li.lla down exhausted aad surrenders. The bridegroom then lies her to his sledge, olid whipping up his dogs, they fly over the froieiibnow, aud the wedding is cousumuted. 'An dd lady in Washington was re cently heard to d.aerve, oh taking up the moruiiig paper. "I wonder if any body has been horn that I know." Mem $2 PER ANNUM. CPEttTlTIOM IN THE BKIt I.IM. FALACB AT A curious superstition prevail in Berlin. Tho atitte of the Einpemr of Germany is precarious, and an old le gend is revived hy the Credtiloti. A Berlin correspondent of the Loudon Daily News writes s '" - ' "It ia ifminous for many that the Whue Ln)y ha lete'y been seen at the castle. Did you ever hear the le giid of the White Ldy ; of Berlin (untie? Many, nianv rear aeo there waa a llolienzoll. rn Princexa, a' widow with two children1 who fell 'tn lore with 'became enamored oi ' is ter- Uhm a more courtly, phrase a foreign I riuce, rich, Imnosomeand briive. Mie sent- him a proposition of marriage. But this brave and hsudsome Prince declined her ruit, explaining that 'tour ;'Ves atoorl between in in an J acceptance, lie referred to his BL'ed parents, horn he was unwilling to leavet or whose consent he could Dot obtain the ver sienVof the legend vary a little here. But the Priiicexe und rMood hint to refer to the tour eyes of her two- chil dren; to his wiiliiigtifg, in fact, to be come a step-father, So, like Ilichnrd the Third, she promptly suffocated the iufiint nlwlaclrs, alid wrote to her lover: that the any was clear. He wa triekl en wi'h horror at the enn-l deed. 'He revealed her fatal uiixtake to her and died curbing her bloodthirsty raidinead. The Prince iu her turn whs over whelmed with remorse. After linger, iug a day or two in indescribable auguiidi he, loo, died. Hint was buried nn.ler the old castle-at Berlin,; 'But not to rest quietly iu her ' 'iuihnppy grave. At rare intervals she appears at midnight, clad in white, gliding ghost-like ah.iut the castle; aud lb appuration always forebodes the death ot some member of the Hoheiizlleru family. lhe White Lady has been seen three times witfrih aliotit a year, once in October last year, Just .before the death of Prince Albrechi; lut spring atfaiu to ani'oiiiice the end of Piim.e A'ielhert; and the last while' Queen Elizabeth liiy on her death-bed; There is, however, some doiilit adout the meaning ot the la it visit. Th.. Queen Dowager wus not a horn Hoheuzullcru, ami the doctors are not ceitaiu that her deuh can be reirarrti'il us the an awfr to the White Lidy's apperanc. If not, th-re i yetnindher virtiin ito h ! en peeled, and the aiipiirctitioii know-what that means. The profess ors ,'uf 'lhe UolverKtiy are' trying to solve this knotty' problem, and you Shall ktiow the result at the, earliest moment." A'l mi nil Porter his indented a won -derl'llt torpedo. It is likely to re vol u tiiihii'e'"iVaval. warfare 'compleiely. It coiisintaofa large boat, arni-d with oiie or two guns, and t arrying rrt meridoiis percusaiou shell iu lis nore. You get into this boat with a'' picked crew of thirty or tprty. tpen;, ibeii yon row up under the eneniy'A uuus, to which you pay no attention, hurl vour dnat nose foremost like a cl) of tliun ,Ur against the hull of. Ins vessel, when the shell explodes, carrying .wreck, ruin, death and deft ruction to everything aud everybody winfji.u .five miles around- "Aud what," it may bp ankol, 'lf 5.tue of the bout and crew?" Well, that's none of our bus iuigi.. and Admiral Porter doeM,'t eenvto think it is anv of his either, . ; JeflT Davis is in trouble with ex-Seu-alor Foote not only, hut with Aleck Stephen. It reached the ear of Dav i tlml (Stephens was .about, to cham pion tbe ratine of tin- Cuhuu patriot, and ha remarked thitt he was "glad Stephens had at last 1 got up to, the (ightiu point." ' fhe words :-canie buck to Stephen, aud he has written a Ion and vindictive letter i a Geor gia papt Jn .whii h payiJsJiaudled without gloves. There is a popular irjipreystyi, ahmad ; that Mr. ; 1hvh talks too puii li, and it is certiiiu ilmt lhe time for the Southern hreihru to dwell together in uiiitr has gone hy The amount of liquors made, and continued iu Austria is very lar. The empire i' said to contaiif 2.fi'22 breweries, r'duriiig Miuiually 1.1. ib 480.806 litrea of lieer. or alauit '249,. 1-50,797 gallon. In uddiiiou to this, the wine production amount i elmut 243,r)(M),0O0 gallons annually. Thr population of the country is about 40, 000.000, so. that lite averugo coiisump tiiili id' every mail, woman aud child in the empire ia about six gallon nf wine aud six aud una quarter gallons' f bsa-rv ' ' . --r era Troup, organised by IS-pu Uosa in 1870, was the uux-t auxcraaiiil that-ever . appeart-tl tMstttre the publio. . I.t Chi mgo the gross ' re jceipts for thirty erfo'riiiaoces were . ItiGJXK), In Boston lor iweuiy . perKr niMiM-es, they were 9 1 5,000 la Phila delphia they took ft (5,000 in eight nigh:, aud m Baltimore f 11,600 iu one Week. At the cud of the seasuii she had cleared the enormous suds of 1 00.000. Hates of Advertising. One Square (1 inch,) one InerUon fl .W ttneMtpiare " one month I W One fj'piare " three montita I (4 One Square one year 10 tf Two Square, one year - . 15 f Quarter Col. ' l Half " " 10 C One " " . . IMI4 l.ecal notice at eatabllahed ralea. Mama je and death notice, gratia.:.; Ail bill lor vearlv advertia.-nieala col lected quarterly. Trmtioiary a.lertle inenta mua lie ld for in atlvanoe, - Job worx, C-h on iM-liveiy. MARK TW AIM'S BCCKINW HOUKC. Moncure D. Conway writes from London of one of Mark Twain's latest stories as follows: "The talk of lHera ry London just now is Mark Twain's account, iu near lecture, of the 'bucking Urse which he purchased in Nevada. It is impossible to put it on wper, as half Jif .the effect prod ace d by the story depends upou hia mauuer of tejliwg it- It would Spier that Jiefure purchaing this steed he had aa idea what 'bucking' uieHiit.but waa too t'irotid to ask for infoniiatioa. , Thia, mwever, he olb'aiued tbraigh he dia cipliue of experience. He aiounted the hnn-e. This animal then gathered its four feet iu a mh:Ii beneath it.au I by a sodden, iipwar!: fling, : sent ,him ( I'wain) iulii iliu air-just 150 yards. When -.the audieuce, smile at this, Mark looks troubled at l heir incredul ity, but proceeds..' From .this aseent lie returns, alights In the' saddle, and the hore give amaihef fling Twain going ISO yurrls in the air. lie ' then te)U his smiling audience i that he judged it wu ilmt iist a nee br the look ol. the ateeples; lint coiiti-saes he did not go into dt-tatja. Tbieaaccnt being repeated he Tetneuilfer, while in the air, hearing some one on, earth say, 'He might have .known that . was m bucking horse;' ne.n which the (act flashed upon htm. ( W'liile be was aW sent the last linu ome oueiiut I ha hore, lii li turied lirwardand wheQ he came down it wa upon the grouud He could not say he regrc),ied it. There was no reason for the horse re maining ou his aci-ouut., Frirg!s.gath ered around -him after his descent,. as they always do when one wauls t , he let alone, and aked if he wauled thi or w. ii ted that. What he really want ed wus in sit iIoa'ii. He did so. He placed one haud'mi Tus head, another on his stomAch.. and,' indeed, thinks thai if he had ha 1 sixteen . Itands he could have found suitable places fur their application. But as ,.forw the horse, he assures his audience, that thia ii nd its oilier antics siu-V as Walking about on iis hind feet witl U' tbuuibs kinder Its arms, like a lr9 Mayor were all natural talent., The nurse luid lieen brought up in ,' a . wid Wet,'an.l never hud any advantages lii develop these gifts.' , A I have std, the way iu which this story.!, f 'ld , is admitted to he one of lhe m't uiiiqoe pieces of grotesquirie evir kuywt ..," these parts." , 7 ,t , ''Some fellow who ha overtaxed 'hit digestive faculties discourse as Allows on apple pic : ' . ''' ' 1 loath, abhor, detest depii-e, Atiorn Inute. dried apple pies.f I .like, .good bread. I like good nuaf. Or anything that'i fit to eat ; R f of all p torrijbs beneath the sriVs, The poo reel is dried appl pies. Give me the toohni e,' ir aoic eye, Iu preference" ij drieil apple pie; '; , ' ; The'faimer takes his'gnsrliest ffiut, Wormv,' bitter, and hafd. , to , 1mul ; Then VaveS the 1 hulls "to make us cough.' A ud diin'i take Half the , peel ing, nil'1,' Then' on. rfifly string 'tis struiig,'' And from a chamber' window hung. To form a roo't for ant "and files, Until it's ready to tuake pies. Tread on my corn, or tell me lies, 3ut pass me iwt dried apple 'is..T , ,- i Mr. Hiram B. (VtTtn.'of Mtesaclni setts, rik 'S'f'i kaow whan. iopja are apt to he put into cUin- He has !eeii engaged for several year in the cheerful pursuit ' of cole(t1ifg''FRXli statistic, aud he finds ilmt a 'gentle man" lives, on an average. 68 years, k Jude 6'), a carpenter 43, a aiiuer 41, and a hVlory pperalito- j52 i The importable d". beinu a gentleman is thus strikingly illustrated, r It-is for tuiiaie that, while we cannot all be judges, and so escape death. .for -65 yearn, we can with, much b-as trouble shun its darts for three year longer. OhM Hamilton is n greut believer in M-i'iree. A child, idle thinks, Is a son of mosaic, made up of the traits of hi auccalor. "He gel, for initauce, hrii;htue from his mother, deception from hi fattier, a I'uriou teniier from hi iim le, self rei-trami from bit uuiii, &: So far a the. parents are concerned, physiological laws elab liah the correctness of thia. " But we fail to see how. In any well regulated lauiiMv, a" similar- influence on the part of uncles aad annt can be ex erted. ' ' 1 t. ' . The three foot parrow guge rail road syetieiu is rupidly bec nii ng popu lar in this country, and bin low wv ple are aaare of the hV't that since it fame in Vogue during the lust three r four yoars, no leas 'than I.-Mj miles of narrow 'gauge ' raiiway have beeu built in thia country aud in Can ada, which roada, when completed will have a mileage of 4,-VI2) miles, while there are 1291 mils under cotisiue lion. A Western paper of the reactionary school of jiolitu-a has lung aruo-e on 'Putty." The editor mad it out wf his own head.