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County Officials.
Common Hai Judoe. - WlLMAH KzEP.
Probate Judge, - - Thoicas Axhok.
ProtKutitij Attorney. C. F. VOOIHIS.
County Clerk, ... Jonx S.OKK.
SXtrif, .... Jakes 6. McCoxx.
-lvcuor. ... JOSIPH H. SETTOlf.
Trtatmr, - - JACOB CBtEKTHOLMtJ.
Rmrder, - Giokgi L. Cool.
(JlSSr A.UAXBIB,
CommUHtmert. - MaCOI FISHES.
(DAK'L BACGSXAK.
aurwyor, - . . JOSHTA BrOKAGLE.
conwr,. ... - jieket smrriK.
(LrXLLEK ALLISOX,
ImHrmarv Directors. JOHXSHAlr.
(WASHI5GT0X COTXK.
Church Directory.
M. E. CHURCH.
C A. HUGHES, PASTOR, SEEVICE EVERT
S.lihath 101 pVIptV- A. M and 7 O'clock.
I'.JM. rTayer.sieeting.Anur5aayeTening.
ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION.
GERMAX SEEVICE BY REV. 3. SPOERRL
Sabbath at 10 o'clock. Sab
every
bath School at S o'clock.
EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH.
-SEBVICES BVERT OTHER SABDATU AF-
tennoa, by Rr. Isaac uuuer.
U. P. CHURCH.
BET. W. K. GIBSOX, PASTOR. HOURS FOR
Service at UK o'clock, a. X. Sabbath school
at lux: O'cioce, a. x. rnTermwuiii Anoxi
as y evenings at?x o-ciocx.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
XEV. A. B. HILIIOLLAXD. PASTOR. MOEK
ing service at 11 o'clock. Sabbath school
UK o'clock. Evening terries 6X o'clockv
Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at
'5 O'CIOCK.
DISCIPLE CHURCH.
ELDER WM. SHARP, PASTOR. nOURS
roraerrico 11 o'clock, a. x. Sabbath tchool
9 o'clock. Evening service In o'clock.
xrayer meeting n euneaaaj evening at i ;
oxioca.
Railway Time Tables.
Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Delaware R.
GOING NORTH.
Ex.&MaiL Accom'dn.
Leave Millersburg, 637 A.M. 1:18 P.M.
" Fredericksburg, 5:51 " 16
" Apple creek,. 3l " 7
Orrrllle, ' W " -:
" MarshaUvffle, 7:17 " 4Si '
" Akron, 8:10 " B5T '
Arr. at Cleveland, 10 a 0 ", 830
GOING SOUTH.
El. ft MalL Accom'dn.
Leave Cleveland, - S:1S P. M.
" Akron, 730 A.M. 8OT "
" Marthalltllle, 838 " 628 "
Orrrille, !M " 634 "
Apple Creek, 10S " las "
Arr.atMUlersburg, 11 " 831 "
R. C. HURD, President.
G. A. JONES, Superintendent.
G. A. JONES, Superintendent. Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R.
6fiOn and after Jose 12th. 1870. trains will
leave itatlona daily, Sunday! excepted, as fol-
lom: (Train tearing (.nicago at sai r. ji.
learea daily.) (Trains learlng Pituburg at
SSiS P. it, leares daUy.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Exp'ss. Exp'ss. Mail.
I'litsnnrg,
nocneaicr
Salem, 18 "
AUiance.1 J1 "
Canton, Sja "
Masslllon, 4.11 "
Onrllle, ' 4JS "i
VTocater, 8J0 "
Hasjntld, 0.15 "
CT"toSrl:
Bneyrus, 7.20
IJma, 86
FtWayneS dI0 40 u
Plymonth, 12.40r.it.
Chicago,
Exd'h.
lilil.X. iMr.U. 8.43X.X.10J01.H.
3J8 " 8.50 " 11
6J0 " 10.J1 " l-S7r.lC
6J0 " 10S5 " X.00
6.40 " 11.1S " ISO "
13 " ix.isr.ic. 157 "
7.41 " 12.40 " S.15 "
848 " 1J3 " 1X0 "
8.45 " 1.01 " 4.20 "
10.20 ' 4.01 6J8""
10JO " 4.40 6J0
11JB ' &001.1C. 6J0 '
11.S9 " 6.28 " 7.33 "-
iJ0a.K. s.os " visa "
SJ5 " 11J5 " 11.401.V.
S.40 11.50 1JJO "
6.10 " 2J0r.X. J.03 "
S.S0 " 9J20 " 6J0 " 60 "
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Exp'6s. MaiL Exp'ss.
Exn'ss. Kip's
ChteaniL 110 &20P.X. 6.10A.K.
Plymouth, lJOr.ic LE0a.ii. SJO 9.05
ars-ia "
daao "
4.40 "
6.15 "
arQ.40
5.15
5.43
8.05
10.45
11.15
" lt40r.x. 11J0 '
1155 '
3.15 '
BJ50 '
6J0
FtWayneJ
Lima,
Bneyrus,
vresiune 1 d ajj itOCr.X. 6.00A.1C.
Mansfleld, 7.16 " list B.43
nooster, 8J3 "
Orrrille, 8.42 "
UaMilloa, 8.06 '
Canton, 8.19
Alliance,) g H
Salem, 10J8 "
Eoehester.
SJtl 1
117 "
2.68 "
3.1S "
aao "
3J6S "
4.23 "
B-02 "
Pittsburgh, 12J0AJC 7.05 "
825
E57
J3
8.57
10.45
11.00
11.40
ICOr.X. 102 "
3.15 " 11J5 "
11J '
1J0
152 '
430 '
4.30
5J
623 '
6.45 '
7.17 4
7.35
830 '
8.40 '
9X6 '
TRAINS GOING EAST. F. R. MYERS, Gen. Ticket Agent.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Physicians.
J. POMEBENE, M. D.,
Ohio. Offlce On Main St, 4 doors East of
tna lianK. umce nours v eanesaays, rrom
1 to 5 o'clock P. 2L, and on Saturdays from 9
o'cioca A. sa io a oxiock jr. au ill
PHTfilCIAN
omo.
P. POMEBENE,
AND SURGEON', BERLIK
ltf
TV. 1. BOSS, 31. D.,
riTTprm -vr ivti cTorAv vttt t ma
f IllDlViAai U UJ AWVI A A AAAa w
bnrir, Ohio. Office rim door west of Cor
ner formerly occupied 31 qi vane Resi
dence, second door south of T. B. RailTs
corner. Office days, Wednesday and Satur
day afternooni. ltf
J. G. BIGHAH, K. DM
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON: MILLERSBtTRC.
Ohio. Office and Residence. at Soath part of
n ainingion street. iu
DB.S. "WILSON,
PHTSICXAJf ASD SURGEON, OFFICE AXD
Seiidence. West Libertr Street. Wooster. O.
All accounts considered due as soon as serri-
ces are rendered. 3n
Dentists.
W. B. POMEBOr,
MECHANICAL ft OPERATIVE DENTIST.
Millersburg. Ohio. Office Two doors West
of Commercial Block. ltf
T. I. PIERCE,
PRACTICAL ft OPERATIVE DENTIST UP-
Btalrs In Ucner's iiulioing, opposite tne
in tne
Book Store. All work executed
i best
possible manner, and warranted to give the
best satisiacuon.
ltf
Attorneys.
ATTORNEY
OHIO.
G. W. EVERETT,
AT LAW, MILLERSBURG,
ltf
X. E. nOAGLAXD. II. I. K'EOWILL
HOAGLAND & McDOWELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MILLERSBURG, O.
Office Second floor in UcDowell's building,
.west of the Court House. ltf
JOHN TV. VOBHES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, MILLERSBURG, O.
Office over the Book Store- 1 tf
A." J. BELE,
JUSTICE or TnE peace, collections
Eromptly made. Office above the Book
tore. ltf
of
of
Hotels.
EMPIBE HOUSE,
k. J.- nAMPSON, Proprietor. Passengers
conreTed to and from the Can, free of charge.
JgjrGeneral Stage Office. ltf
BUTLEB HOUSE,
WEST END MAIN STREET, MILLERS
burg, Ohio, Joseph BrTLEB, Proprietor.
This nonse is in good order, and its guests
will be well cared for. ltf
J. B. Kocn.
J.B.
j. II. Kocn.
KOCH & SON,-
Proprietors of the Ahebicax Hotel, East
Liberty Street, Wooster, O. ltf
it
Miscellaneous.
P. TV. BAHL,
LAND AGENT AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Predonia, Wilson County, Kansas. 4tf
A. J. SHEPLER,
STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Gornerof Main an d Clay Stre eti,
MILLERSBURG,
OHIO.
My Facilities for Doing
Large Work
ARE UNSURPASSED.
I make INDIA INK PICTURES a
specialty.
ESy I take the beautiful Berlin and Rem
brandt Photo.
Call and Sec Specimens.
Free.
Photos Tinted
ltf
RETAIL DEALER IN
GROCERIES & NOTIONS,
Millersburg, Ohio.
AUo agost tor the EslckcrbrLtfs
n 5tw Xrk.
IB
County Republican.
r
Holmes
A Political and Family Journal, Devoted to the Interests of Holmes County, and Local and General Intelligence.
YOL. I. MlLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. No. 14.
A. S. L0WTHEK,
MflONABLE TAILOR
Jackson St, Millersbnrg, O,
Abnt MaxaelVt Clothing Store.
ALL work estrosted in his hands will
made ud in the latest Itvle. most dura
manner, and guaranteed to gire entire satis
f.,lmi f. " . . . i'-1 v. : .
We are alio arent fnrthi Itnv. Jstrln "W..
chine, and keep on hand Needle. Fixtures and
cinuuigs, uu oy uie ootue or gross
A. a. XA WTHER.
C. F. LEETY & Co;
DZILIBS IX
Wines, Liquors, &c.
7anur of Main JtStvtkClay StmU,
tf Millersburc. O,
GEORGE SCHNORR,
Dexlee IX
Family Groceries,
PROVISION'S, &e.
HAEf street; MlllersburK. O
HIXXT HIXIIX- (XALSWIX HEXZEB.
H.&B.HEEZEB,
Prodoee and Commission Merchants
SZXLEXS IX
Flour, Craln and Mill Stuff's,
SALT, FISH,
WHITE ft WATER
LIMEfte
And Purchaser of
WHEAT, RTE,
CORS, OATS,
WOOL, DRIED FRUIT,
BUTTER, EGGS, 4C.
Millersburg, -
Ohio.
WM. H. GAED.
PCEBIES, EEBfflOSS
CA88IMJSBBS,
Mi Msis Goods !
HATS, CAPS,
Triinla,Yallses,lotloiis.&c
M.AIN STREET,
TVT1 1 1 oraitoiug, OlidLo.
Utf
AND
Meat Market.
I would respectfully announce that I Veep
cunsianuj on nana a gooa supply 01
Fresh Groceries and Pro
visions gures. FRESH MEATS of all kinds
had dally. East Room, Crltchleld's
at low 11,
can be
Building, opposite the Court House.
lOtf WM. H. GARD.
XOBEXT LOKO.I
B. C XSOWX. I
ft
CBESSTBOLXES.
X. OIX90X.
LONG, BBOWN & CO.,
BARKERS,
Millersburg, - - - Ohio.
gS5 Dealers in Exchange and Coin, Bills
discounted, and Collections made at all ac
cessible points. 11
ROBEXT C. MirVTZLU JoHK T.HAXVIXU
R. C. & J. T. liAXWELL,
RETAILERS OF
Xt,eady3clade
CLOTHING!
CLOTHS,
Road Notice.
"VT0TICE 14 hereby riTen that a petition -will
JA be presented to the Board of Commission
en of Holmes County, Ohio, at their December
session, A. D.1870, pravlne for the alteration
a county road, on the'folknvin; line, to wit :
Starting at the State road leading from Millers
burr to Nashville, in said county of Holmes:
said county road starting at said state road, at
the bridge onSapp's run, near the lands of John
HcElroy, deceased, and terminating at Harri
son's Saw Mill, in Monroe township, in said
connty of Holmes; said alteration to com
mence In said county road, on lot number two,
the third quarter, township number nine,
and range number seven, being the lands of
George w. Uhi, Just south of the spring run,
running across cald county road, whieh comes
down from John C Stewart's land, and thence
through the lands of said Uhl, west of said
county road, until it reaches the north part of
lot number seven, third quarter of township
number nine and range-number seven, being
tbe lands of Fletcher Boling, In said county of
Holmes; and thence through said Boling's
lands, east of said county road; thence through
number elirhtof the third Quarter, of town
ship number nine, and range number seven.
oeing mo lanas 01 james cieei, aeceasen, until
Intersects said county road, at or near the
barn on the lands of said Steel ; and w hich al
teration of said county road is to be located on
the best and most practicable ground for a
road through said lota of land abovementioned.
it.i.j ilT. -J r a-ta.i - a osi
11 w4
.Mrs. BATTIXT,
rpAKES this method of announcing to her
.1. patrons and the public generally, that she
has removed to the room recently occupied by
Bigbam, where she is now receiving a large
end splendid assortment of
FALL & WINTER GOODS!
French Floicers,
Willow Feathers,
Ostrich C Vulture Plumes,
Sash & Bonnet Ribbons,
Flats & Bonnets
French Corstti, Skeletons, Linen
Collara and Cuffs, Elastic
Hibbon, Hose and Half
Hose and 2Totions.
Thankful for past patronage, she hopes hy
strict attention to business to merit of the pub-
tie favor. litr
TlVioTT?n'm'oc4 TTorlrat "Priro
iiOAgiiuwdw--
W. J. COCKTSET.
Courtney &Appleton,
5hotogr aph.er s !
TXTE take pleasure in saying (
Tf OI J
we are sti
old stand,
and as ma
We are mak
New Fall Goods!
E. NEGELSPACH,
Has bought at the best time, a full line of
DM GOODS AND NOTIONS
HATS AND CAPS,
KXIT GOODS A2TD TASKS,
Queensware & Groceries,
Which he offers for
Casli and. Trade I
AT SMALL PROFITS.
Please call and examine. I flattermrself that I
I can .fler you the cheaueststock of roods ever I
in jniucnourg. !
I also pay as good a price for produce, in cash I
or iraoc, u we maraet will allow.
1'f E. NECELSPACH.
COXBAD SCHCLEE.
Jacob Bchcler.
3E .
WELL SELECTED STOCK.
J, & C, SCHEER,
One door West of Mayer's Store.
DEALERS IN
Coffee, Provisions, Sugars, Teas,
Tobacco, Cigars, Spices, Can
dies, Fruits, 2Tvts, Wooden
Ware, Fish, Flour Salt,
Feed, Candles, Car
bon Oil, Lamps,
&C.j tc.
paid for aU kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Feb.Hr'TOtf. C. ft J. 6CHULER.
J. M. ArrLETox.
UTTfiTfiiC!."R ADTJTPI
J- uwiuuivaiui j i .
!...
Holmes and adjoining counties, that
. ,M ctlll In ,h. PWnM.lil1n.l..r. . .... .- I
oiditani reld? to xliil oionToid cus'tome
anaasmany moreaswiu iaTor nswunacaii.
.kinff- i
BETTER PICTURES !
I
ow than can be made elsewhere in the countr.
Our negatires are retouched br an artistic
thSsVmoTfn"
ontno race
I
Wc mako tho beautiful and fashionable
Size, and Colored in Oil, India Ink
or Hater Colors.
-Picture Frames I
Of all sizes and descriptions, for sale at small
piuntt.
guarantee you will not go away dissatisfied.
WE MAKE THE
A SPECIALTY.
SgCall aud see ns.
Room West of Commercial Block, Main St,
ltf
COURTNEY ft APPLETON.
siriiaj3ti&Biu, or anaaow
PlRtTirft I
Which is so much admired bv aiL
I .
Onrwori is executed in thehlt-hestslrleof
the art. Pictures of all sizes made in the best
rxsibie manner. Cau and examine our spc-
.. . .
fd, ZdrnTZ fnni ' ?T Tny
?ysSrESr F2S5V
make first-class work, so you wiudo
, 11 .inf.... ..... a1.i..1.aM. . n .1 wn 1
S H A Tj 0 7T P T P T TT T? V 'T
w m.HWMwai.M.1
to
an
Opposite Commercial BlocK.
a
to
i.
ly
M. BIRD & SON,
THE LARGEST
Clothing Souse
ZiV MILIERSB VR G.
w JBl HAVE
THE CHEAPEST,
THE BEST,
THE LARCEST.
a
the
wuta ur rin
I
Gents'. Youth's and Uoi'slyou,
and
CLOTHING.
Gents' Fiirnisliing Goods !
0 Ectry Description.
You will Do Well to Clve Us a Call
Before Buying.
LADIES' CORSETS,
LADIES' HOOP SKIRTS,
LADIES' PANNIERS,
Latest styles, and prices to suit,
laa At tae BOOK STOKE.
BALLAD OF THE TEMPEST.
JAMES T. FIELDS.
Wc were crowded in the cabin.
Not a soul would dare to sleep;
It was midnight on the waters.
And a storm was on the deep.
Tis a fearful thing in winter
To be shattered in the blast.
And to hear the rattling trumpet
Thunder, "Cut away themast!'!
So we shuddered there in silence
For the stoutest held hie breath.
While the hungry sea was roaring.
And tho breakers talked with Death.
As thus we sat in darkness.
Each one busy la his prayers
Wearelost!" the captain shouted.
As ho staggered down the stairs.
But his little daughter whispered.
As she took his icy hand,
a Isn't God upon the ocean,
Just the same as on the land?"
Then we kissed the little maiden.
And we 6poke in better cheer,
And we anchored safe In harbor
When the mom was shining clear.
FIRST AND LAST.
BY MARY J. ALLEN.
path and out through the little iron
gate that closed with a sharp click
" Ere the twilight bat was flitting,
In the sunset at her knitting
Sang a lonely maiden, sitting
Underneath her threshold tree;
And ere daylight died before us.
And the resperstars shone o'er us.
Fitful rose the tender chorus
Jamie's on the stormy sea."
it
A vnnno- cirl snnc it sittinir
among twilight shadows Christine
Frost. And outside, among the
shadows, some one listened, through in
all the sonir. in its tender nathos. to
the last verse:
"How could I but list, but linger.
To the song and near the singer.
Sweetly wooing heaven to bring her
Jamie from the stormy sea;
And while yet her lips did name me.
Forth I sprang my heart o'ereame me
GrieTC no more,"sweet, I am Jamie,
Home return'd to Ioto and thee."
This Jamie turned,
walked away down
til
instead, and
the garden
behind him. Hho-Hke-of-agaliras
A good looking fellow, you would He
have called him, noting the fine,
erect finger, and the handsome,
bearded face, over which the lamp-
I for
light fell. The face had a troubled
-t, if . a i, co;j tn
(VVlk VAA All 1IU III tlO A4Vl DUftU IV A-A A AAA
self, striding along the quiet street
I used to repeat the Lord s
prayer when I was a child, and part
of it, I remember, was "Lead us has
not into temptation." Well, I re- the
sistcd that temptation. Two min-
utcs more and 1 should have proved
myself a scoundrel past redemption
by from? to her where she sat and
O & I
telling her what 1 have no right ever
to tell Her that 1 love ner. Uear
. . . . i
little girl! Darling Christine! bhe
would never again welcome me
: 1 1. . l. . i :r .A. 1
,"u l"aL Bul " ouu
that I'm already a married man.
the last words out savage-
ir thrniiirh his shut teeth.
. o
to
It was no common trouble that
pmilri hrino t.hnr. narlr Innlr inr. t.hp
strong , proudface. There was some!
: i.8 isr- I
great paiu or nruug iu uis uiu, jra i
would nave been sure, let among leit
T.AA TTn.n ill, :i 4Vllnm I TJ...
luc" a"U"s aaai uc. "in uui
well met." and anions women, a but
man grCatly liked. And there were and
not a lew who envied nun his post-
tion and P"spects. Kich and care-
free, whose lot in life could be pleas-
anter? So little we really know of the
each other. he
A lady flitted past him as he tor
walked on in moody abstraction a
slender woman, with a veil or some to
such gauzy thing thrown lightly
- .
half turned as she came up with
him. "Ah! Hr. Harper," putting
out a "te hand. tine
ii n I 'InflnTitiinrr "onrt thn hnnH tha
was taken into a cordial clasp.
"Charley has been wondering last
what had become of you, sis; I
think you must render an account and
us lor your long absence," with man
arch glance. "Positively, we
haven't seen you lor two weeks,
pursued Doctor Uharley uienden- Hut
ning's lively little wife.
Mr. Harper smiled and made some
polite reply, then. close
" Here we are at the door, lou
will come mr
"JNOt this evening, tnanh. you. 1
shall be happy to come in course Of he.
day or two, though. My regards iast
Doctor Charley, and goodnight, at
bowing himself off. .... soft
.airs, wenaenning iookcq alter fac
.1 1. . i i .
uiiiiiiiuuguiiuiy.. tnat
" tsomething has gone wrong with wf)rri
Our bCOttlSh Chieltain. I WOnder 11 f ho
Christine Frost has anything to do come
With ltf I
bne was pondering on tne matter j,is
situ irueii uuraur vauviuj t.um; m,
.uuaiuiuiuiBiuguac.auisuii.
' 1 7 . man
iimi ul ill" in l; uis ouuucin ,
nml Pirs Rhe RPttled herself, at
i.l. -t.: t. i ,i w..,..
prised him by the question, abrupt
put
of
- with
take
never
ball,
say
"Charley, wouldn't Bruce Harper
and Christine make a
couple?'
"Christine trost! Does he go
there r quickly.
acs everyday, almost. Hes
devoted lover. Wouldn't it be a
good match?'
Occupied with her own thoughts.
little lady had- not noticed how
grave her husband's face had sud
denly become.
" 1 thought better ol Uruce than
that. Does docs she care for him,
vnu thin r.'" to
" Christine? I know her well, and
think she does. But what ails
Charley.' You speak as sen- as
ouiiyasii it were a luncrai wc were
talking about."- '
" It was something sadder than a look
funeral that I was thinking about,
You didn't know, did you, Lydia, He
that Uruce Harper is a married take
man.' . 1 God
" Married? You're joking now, have
Charley?" pride
"JXo. It is no joking matter. and
"Bruce Harper a married man?" could
"Yes, and has been for half a
dozen j-cars. i myseii saw the
knot tied that made him a Bene- will
dick."
"You! Charley?"
in her amazement, Mrs. Clendcn-
go.'
I
ning had nothing but exclamations,
" I don't suppose there is a soul we
this city who ever heard of it, mcnt
liiougii. it was a long time ago; mg
before I ever saw your face, my
darling. Bruce was a young fellow
then, just out of his minority, and ing
noanu l were great cronies, as we will
have been ever since.
it
"Bruce
something that I don't care to see
" TVc Trere both in Boston that
winter his folks lived 'there, you
see, and his uncle ha&jjnst died in
Cuba and left him a great fortune,
so he ivas quite a lion.
" There was a vronian in societr
that 6cason who took all hearts by
storm a queen of hearts, if ever
there was one. A young widow she
was, iust from .Montreal. Her hus
band had died up there in Canada a
rear before, and she had come home
to his father's family. They were
among the best, and she was a star,
followed and worshipped by half the
citv. Iot to be behindhand, liruce
followed and worshipped too.
"He has been abroad since and
has seen many lovely women, no
doubt, but I have never in my life
seen as perfectly beautiful a woman
as that black-eyed enchantress,
Constance Bcnoir. You needn't
flush up, pet, at my saying that.
You and Christine are both pretty
women; but compared with Jlrs,
Benoir, your good looks would pale
like a rushlight in the blaze of a
noondav sun.
"But with all her beauty, this
airs. Benoir was not worthy to be
named in the same breath with
either of you, or with any good wo
man. None of us knew it then,
though. Bruce was bewitched, as
indeed plenty ol otners were lor
that-mattcr; and I think she inten
ded from the first to make him
marry her. Ah! such an angel as
she was to all outward seeming but
was a fallen angel.
" Bruce found it all out before he
had been her husband three days-
luc wnoie siiamuiui siurj oi uur me
Montreal. There was disgrace
and infamy in it things to make
woman's cheeks tingle only to hear
of. And her family knew it all, as
indeed they could not help but do.
They had given the influence of their
name and position to shield her un
she could make an advantageon
settlement. Even in the matter of
her age he had been deceived, for
she was eight years the oldest.
Bruce Harpers rage then was
long as I live.
cursed her and those who had
aided her with curses that ring in
ears sometimes to this day. And
then he left her.
" He would not live with her, even
a day; he would not apply for a
divorce, and he forbade her ever to
take his name. I think she was
afraid to disobey him in this, for she
never assumed his name. But
tie between them was legally
binding and remains unbroken, in
law, she is Ins wile, and he is a
married man."
Mrs. Clcndennincr drew a loner
l"' tJ
breath
" It sounds line a story out ol a
r .
come-some one who, all unknown
novel!" and then, woman-like,
"Poor Christine!"
All the next day, "Poor Christine"
watched for some one who did not
her, was
fighting, alone
in his
room, with doors bolted fast, the
Ifinrnncf. hnttlA nt hia life.
There are some victories that are
J--I T tt
sauuer man ueieata. Arucu nurpur
as it this were one oi tnem
1 1.1 mnn 4-I,nM ..
as an uuuu.au.c ui-u, ii.s.
one" course left onen to him
honor meant something where
Christine b rost was concerned,
He stopped in at Doctor Clcndcn-
ning s that evening on his way up
street. Mrs. Lydia was out, and
left a message for her. ToDoc-
Charley he said
" I am going abroad again. I came
say good-bye."
Charley Clcndennmg made
"God bless you, Bruce Harper,
wherever you may go. And Chris-
Frost r" looking him steadily in
fn.n
" I shall see her to-night for the
time.
"My friend, I trembled for you
another. But you re a good
and true, Bruce, as you always
were."
"I'm trying to be in this case.
1 hnd it hard, hard."
They kissed each other like two
women these men who had been
friends for so many years.
Bruce Harper went away.
At Mr. Frost's he found Christine
wnitino-fnr riim WptnfwRlifwniilrl
nnri vef. fcnnwino- it was for the
time, it ave him apano. to iook
her as she stood there with her
brown hair blown all about her
nnri !n tll tender eves a look
1 . .
no otner woman's had ever
fOP nim As he wntched her
thnmrnt. rnmo. in him na it. linrl
maXty a time before, how
hlpSRPrl hp. wnnld he with a house of
nw nf1 phrictine nlwnrs tn
Uyelcome him
T1,7WW ,Wnv. o ,,l,tlp
nomeless flmia so many pleas-
. i j j
uutrj , n.u isummruu
inends about him,
It was a home
his own that he wanted and
Christine. Might the picture not
become a reality in spite of all?
ir:nu. i-- .. . 1 . l. n
him this very night? He could
her far away, and she need
know.
One instant only the temptation
assailed him in the nest he had
vanquished it and stood within the
hat in hand, making his adieus.
" 1 am going away, Miss Christine
to Europe and I have come to
good-bye.
She looked up at him, white, as
S U.1.n.i8PVtC-La":
splendidX.'l.'yZ
tonished, but silent, waiting for him
snealr lurtlier.
" It is not likely that I shall ever
return. My little friend must think
kindly of me as she can."
no stopped uicre, sirucK aumu
himself by the lifeless, stricken
ol her face, from which all the
bright bloom had suddenh- departed.
was seized with a mad desire to
her to lus breast and ask her-
knows what mad plea he would
made then but her woman's
and dignitj- came to her aid,
she said, not coldly, for she
never be cold to him, but
gently
uoii bo with you. nope you
be happy wherever you may
Thank you for those words, for
need them. But I can never bo
happy away from here. Child, when
both stand at the bar of judg
in you will know why I am loav-
you like this
If she had only known what a
molten tide of Dassion he was curb
by sheer force of that strong
of his! How bitter than death
,
.1
he
no
A.
of
:
111
Ii
, 1.
tho
A.
ho
ing
to
was to him to go away and leave as
her behind! But she knew it all
long afterward.
What moro was there for him
then but to say farewell in courte-
ous phrase, as strangers may, and
then to go an-wherc, it did not mat
tcr wherever God pleased or chance
should drift him?
Two years of aimless wandering,
"To and fro upon the earth and up
and down it," and a message reached
liruce Harrier m the bouth Amen-
tan city wnere lie was stopping, ai
was very concise as Doctor Uharley s
epistles usually were, and read :
. "Dear Bruce Come home immc-
....... .
diatcly. 1 have news for you. Con-
Btfinpp Ilnnn . i Cnrrtr. nt
once to my house when you land
nnri hplinvp mp rnlm ,. p-,.
7 - . ' '
How gladly Brace shook the dust
oi Valparaiso from his feet and
nurried home, 1 need not say.
uutiuutui. livjki. ucai umiouii, ill
, u. u
looks at least, by wind and tropic
SHU, IIO IOlinU llUie CUange in Wiar-
I 1 A 1 . 1
iej lenuennmg. Ana standing in
Ins friend s pretty little parlor, even
thing seemed so exactly like what
he remembered it that night, he
could almost believe those two years
uicam. 11 iuuviuiicu
!.. 1. .. 11. ,),. R I
vuC jiiiuicr. un me ..au, imjiui-
mshing of the room, and if that
not the self-same dressinir-
1 . ' - I
Kni.iiai, vjuaiiti uacu iu nuu, 11. 1
was sureiy its duplicate.
"lA-diawasout, Doctor Clcnden-
duiu.
- iciaaciili uvi out 1
areamuy, ana ne naa leit a message
lor her. it was not till Charley
spoke another name that uruce
liaipci nas quiiu iiiuiauii. I
" JUr. J? rOSt died tUree montns affO
ana appointed me cnristines guaro-
ian.
ii m 1 in : l. ..) 1
uiiri&Liui.': 11 iiuiu is biiu:
"At the Old place. She begged to
be allowed to live there, and her
"She knows nothing but what you
1 ...1.1 1 . If Tl I
uiuj iimu luwucijuuiu. ivuun i
that a man can plead his own cause
ul, aau i ii mi iu )uu.
Arue lriend! And Mrs. WCnaen-
ning was surely a model woman in
"m"0,,l"MU i" 'y-l,r''
, """"J ."v. ""tMter
. , . .
BraceHarpcr wentstraight tothe
T7w.. a n: ,1 . -sr.. r-i .1
1-ius.unciuug, luiuuiwuun. wcmi-
enning coming out.
" Welcome home, Mr. Harper, and
ouuvicoa iu yuu; ivi.u uu aim, uatp.-
ward glance to where a figure stood
in the Cioorway.
In the dOOrway, WllCrC SllC had
stnnrl twn vpnrs hpfnrp waitinrr fnr
j , e
Bim. I
TT , , , . . . , . .
ne uau carneu a picture wuu uim
1, . . i I
"nri oiirl enn o mptiirfl rT ol
w. aau. siuu wv.a a. . w
. . , I
J"uu?6"' i""'s ""Yul""-Mty
iiivetnis a young gin wun cj ps
deeply, darkly blue, with red, smil-
aunt is keeping house for her. My
wile is there tins morning.
" Does Christine know" he
could go no farther.
Charley- Clendenning said:
. . , . , . , , i
iiignps.uimiuuBeuiottHiiairuioiiu
her face. The picture was
before him now, a living,
breathing counterpart of the one in
his mind, only the red lips had for-
gotten to smile, and the blue eyes
had a startled look as they rested
first oil the tall figure and bronzed
face before her.
" Have you any welcome for me,
Uhnstmer
It was worth a journey round the
globe to see how the light and color
lUM 111 LU ligi 141VU Ul lUU lllOl.
sound of his voice, while two hands
were outstretched eagerly, and she
was crying out impulsively
"Brace! Bruce! Have vou come
back again?"
io more concealments no more
dark secrets to hide. It took all
the courage Bruee Harper had.
i. i i.ii ii.: :i . i i I
iuuui;u, iu icu tum Kill iuu tjuaiuc- -
ful story of his early marriage; but
did tPll hPr. Tlmpant that, she a
should know all. There should be
more sailing under false colors,
And if, knowing all, she could still
. 1 - 1 1 1 1 1
trust mm, men maeea snouio. come
niw f ii - inTnriinrr rV n -i ittt- ItiT I
.1.1 i,.u.,m.Uo v,. u. hi... UUJ,
tne beginning oi a origntcr ana
happier lite.
If he had ever doubted her per-
fect faith and confidence in him, he
doubted no longer when she came
shyly to the shelter of his arms,
whispering, "I have loved you so
long, Bruce.
Uut in the hall a -fresh young
. ,, i , , -,, I
vmp.p was ainorino thp last, twn Imps I
b 0 . v- ..... i
.1
I
T) TT :i. J J. I
UIUV.O iiaiuu auiiicu uunii uuuii
i.,.ufe u6au.0i, u
the
to
a song:
41 Grieve no more, sweet, I am Jamie,
Ilome returned to lore and thee."
breast.
That song means something to
you and me, doesn t it, little oner"
"les," softly; "its the sweetest
i, i,i I to
bill; IIUllU IU I11U 11UI1 1U.III Ill, ,
Jamie has come home." ?l
BY MARY J. ALLEN. IN THE WRONG BOX.
Among the many resources for
moral and physical culture, none is
more deservedly popular than our
loung Men s Christian Associa
tions. In this city and in Wash-
for
mgton there are attached to these for
institutions gymnasiums lUmiShed
- - 1 . . . , .
"lu.cl'J aiipuauioruU,i.ioIj,ug
n vet nil I tiATror nnrl or hniiFO ti ion I
t.j.
uuuir men are usually at leisure
- 1 . . - 1. I
maj uu 6eeu luaiiig usu 01 iuu ty-fiTe
., ., ... v..-,
"orhl;u 1U
i.i.siiuiSiuii ;i pwiuui umiieuAvuuu, m
who would occasionally drink too
much, one evening, alter having
straggled with too many drinks, a
uienii aaviscu mm 10 go over to
prayer-meeting 111 the M.C. hJ
building, and ask some of the
mcmbcrs to pray for him. The sug-
gestion struck him favorably, and
proceeded to act upon it, butac-
cidcntally wandered into the gym-
instead of the prayer-meet- for
ing. Steadying himself and look- ter
around, he said, "They told me
come over hero to a prayer-meet-
but 1 ve got into
Editor's Drawer,
Magazine for December
a circus!"
iu H arpcr's ctS)
I
"Do you think," asked Mrs. Pep
per, "that a little temper is a bad
tiling in a woman?" "Certainly not,
ma'am," replied a gallant philoso
pher; "it is a good thing, and she
ought never to lose it."
An Irishman, olllciating as chair
man ofa club, was annoyed at
the
the
you plnze!
tumult created by a set of unruly was
memhers.nnd astonished them liv its
: - 'l
ocifcrating, "Jintlemcn, will yecs
come to order? If you only kape I
silent, vou may make as much noise
MY TURKISH BATH.
It hannened to be eleven o'clock
some time durins yesterday fore-
noon.
I generally take something at that
hour.
Yesterday I took a Turkish bath,
I took a horse-car. CTIinL how-1
ever, neither here nor there; but it
got within two blocks of there at
11:25.1 I ran ud the stens of the
x. v. establishment, and wired the
inmates. The door flew onen. and
an ideal voter, erst a chattel (I hone
1 am not obscure in this deeply in-
I ....-i... ............ . . I .1.. . . ..
. s i'"""" uatram
I MUIUICU Ills IUU1UU Ul LT I11S bllOUlUUT.
al8Playea- a cnoicc assortment ol
ivory, and chuckled with great
I . ,,..1 T ..... 1 il.:.
hp thp piiatnm with thp pnlnrpil rur-
nlntrnn nf Ti.rl-pr-'i.nrl rioccpil n
Everything was Turkish. I was
struck with, the order of the bath:
I n lari tho crmmotpv f lio'nnorttnnntc I
I Mu V V 0 1 AAAUA,ill J W A tllU it UUI, hAUbUlIs t
Us I think I before remarked, I
nncap1 t.
I t""J-v. VAA.
xhe m d. nronrietor shook hands
with mp n- p.-.wi;.ii- t icr. i,l-
hands with him. I told him that I
wanted no ceremony; but if agree-
abie t0 him x woul(1 gird upmy
Inmo nnrl an in Hp intimotort tliot
. . ,
tne only cereJriony was to fund a
smau portion of, the contents of my
i-. 1 .1- t i:.n 1 j "r
JJU(.r.CL-UUUR. liUUa 11LL1U 11U1 U Ul I
hpirinrr nnri I nnQeprl nn
An assistant, in the light and'airy
p0ctnmp whiph T htr nftpn
noticed in Central Africa, m raid-
ciiTTiTnnr hpplrnnnrt tfi rno nif or I hnii I
ia asjQC a quantity of goods (be-
longing to my tailor, and other
down-town business men), and I fol
lOWCd him
Tho rnnm xco nntorn irna honfnrl
by what I took to be a successful
Ifurnnpp T Tnimf. hnvp hppn mia-1
1..
taken, hmrpvpr. fnr T linrlprstnnil the
assistant, tn annlncrirp hppniisp W
reason of a defectm the flues, they
had been able to get the tempera-
up only to about 475 degrees
that morning. I was a little disap-
pointed, but simply suggested that
thp thprmnmptpr was IPnirin TTpio-ht-1
hntrif r felt ehillr I wo'nld send nut
- . I
jor some blankets.
He laid me on a slatted couch.
x experienced a gentle glow.
AftprwnWIs T Hmi't hnnr nrli-
pVnptlr T l 0w,-c otirihi,
to tne temperature I felt hot hot-1
aottentotter! it seemed as
though the equator ran right along
the line nf mirh-iPt-.hnnp
Y. . . J w
1 didn't care.
I couldn't recollect whether mv
Uamp was Shanmpt- TVfpshnpi- n.
A hednpfrn: hilt. 1 was hnfcinrr nnrl
sizzliner; just as furiously as though
j pa;d ;n advance. Mv pores
Wprp nneninrr and thp nprsnirntinn
"T. . . r""?.,"
was lmmense. a rea Danaanna
hanrllrprphipf wimlrl Tiqtp Inon I...
. ... ... . . ....... " I
ownmnprt.
L I
trr -i .j . I
fl 1 T 1 Tl (T TIM TTl 1 ( OT1 T.l T.V TTfl Q nfPr. I
- "7 v . wa;ww
much gone, I dropped into an-
other marble hnll. The assistant
t0 mv warmest thanks are
I
. . ....... . u. ... . VUHUUV u. w
due scooped up what 'was left of
me and laid me on a slab.
The assistant said I needed him,
but to the best of my recollection,
neKneaaea me. lie went an over
me, taking up a collection, and did
iirst-rate. a mrew on an reserve
about half a pound, I should judge.
He seemed to take a fancy to me. I
never knew a man to get so inti
mate on short acquaintance.
manv suhjects.
TT- . . . 11 1 1
neianceci rationally on a gooa
He said he barely got a living
there. J. was surprised. 1 supposed
he managed to scrape together a
good deal in the course of a year.
He said he wanted to go into some
wholesale house. I ventured to
predict that success awaited him in
tne rubber business, in lact, wc
kpnt. nn nnitp a strpam nf pnnvor.
i i -i - - i
tion, which he supplemented with
hose that played over me in agen-
tie, leisurely manner, as if I were
"illy insured.
He then shoved me into a deep
. 1 . , . 1 i,Tl..l f
water tan wucre tne "limes ior ne-
ctnvirifrnaMfitio tiTinorntitlTT rl tr tt- nnH" I
.imBlaiuiia.1iJil,u.ij uivnucu
wnizzea tnrougn my mina, ana l
came very near forgetting that 1
didn't know how to swim. Iman-
aged, however, to fish myself out in
season to observe a bald headed
Ananias, who murmured that he had
been laid upon the table and should
take a peel!
I came out of the drvinc.rnnm.
. ci 1 1
iu. il.:l- t n. ilr.
aim uiuuc luciu mum a nils vjruuuiill I
Urant, by calling for a cigar. 1
1 .r n 1.11.1
UiUUUCUpUl L-UUUC. AILUL 14 1VU11C I
rattlpri inrn in i- plnthpa ti. it fnlt I
V '"-1
hpttur Sn miieh on that T Hirl what
seidom do. walked clean home.
If I live to bo ninety-eight 3'cars
old, and am pensioned by Congress, I
explanation which I shall give
the country at large is that it is
in
me country ah largo is
, . , .Ml 1 1 T. . t T .
P 10 lua,1 "rK,8U f au.'; ca" 1
you n ilut A owo IU IU OfAUS-
field 10UNO, in Punchinello,
DON'T BE EXTRAVAGANT.
If the poorhouse has any terrors
you, never buy what you don't
need. Before von n.iv three eents
a jewsharp, my boy, ascertain
whether rm. rlnn't.. mat-P insr. as
. . J I
pleasant a noise by whistling, Tor of
t x I
wnicn nature luraisnes tne ma-
ehinerr. And heforo von nav seven- onn
J . 1 J I .UV
dollars for a coat, young
nnu out Tinctucr jour inuyioc
would not be just as glad to see you G40
onc that would not cost hall that
money. If she would not, let her
CraCk- her own clothes.
-When you see a man spending
two or thrco dollars a week foolish-
tijC ciianccs are five to one he'll
Hvp !,, ennnrrh tnknow hnwinanv
cents there are in a dollar, and if he
don't hp's nrettv sure to henneath
that privilege to his widow. the
When a man asks vou to buy that him
which you have no use, no mat-
l0W cheap it is, don't say yes
llnt;i vou are Sn.rc some onc else
wants it in advance
Money burns in some folks' pock-
anii makcs such a big hole that for-
everything that is put
through past finding.
drops
1 A
. .
A Dutchman once met an Irish- iK
man on a lonely highway. As they dish
each smilc'd, thinkiiig ho know "a
other. Pat, on seeing his mis-
take, remarked with a look of disap-
nnintmenf "Faith, an' I tlioii!iht it mg
you, an' you thought it me, an' his
niivtlieroiie of us." The Dutch-
. 1 . . . . 1.
man replied,: "law, tint ish unru; iast
am anuddcr man, and you ish not to
voursell: we ne ootn some omer
poddies."
THE BATTLE OF PRAGUE.
"This battle," writes Frederick,
"which began about nine in the
morning, was one of the bloodiest
of the age. The enemy lost twenty-
four thousand men, of whom four
thousand were prisoners. The
Prussian loss amounted to eighteen
thousand fighting men, without
counting Marshal Schwerin, who
I was alone worth above ten thousand,
oay saw tne pniars oi tne nus
sian infantry cut down."
Immediately after the battle Fred
crick wrote rather a stately letter to
... . , . w. . mtnmwnrr r,c, I. . . -. r.
en"" iuci, iuiuimun; uu ui u ,,
J , auu milt lie n oa iiuuub w UU1
sue me ioe wun a nunarea ana niry
thousand men. Uitly thousand
i.ltKp ,1 .ifV. Anefnnna onlanul
Pramip and stood at hav hehind its
ramnarts. Frederick seized nil the
avenues, that no provisions could
enter the city, convinced that star-
Vfitirm omn h niu Trith n iKTrtrnne
" aa.l,auu , VV1AI UI11.S 1 f 1 ill u AnUl VV)J
assault would soon compel the gar-
IrUm In mrrnn,lr t im ric tl.o
uwaa vv uuav.aauk --',
city, and all its maarazines. On the
nth nf -rn-r- ti.p hr.Tnh.wiinpnf with'
red-hot balls commenced. The siege
lasted six weeks, creating an amount
0f misery over which' angels might
rwppn Thp hillo nr firp -trnrp f.nn
t" ....... .
stantly kindling wide and wasting
conflagrations, Soon a large por
were u: u. ...i 1' .
1.1U11 Ul L11U Ull piusuiucu uiiy
IlPfin nf smnn rinr norm ns
Beside the garrison of fifty thou-
R.md th
nabitants in tueicitv, men. women.
nnrl Philrtrpn LnrrrA tiiitti hrra nnr.
ished. Some died of starvation;
some were buried to death in their
their houses. .In the stillness of
thn nirrhr. t.hp wnilil and orrnnna nf
o t
the sullerers were home, on t.hp
breeze, tn thp pnrs nf thp Prussians
in their intrenched camp. Starva-
Ition brought pestilence, which caus
ture ed the death of thousands. The
inhabitants, reduced to this state of
awiui misery, entreated the Austrian
frencral to surrender. Hi refused.
but forced out of the rrates twelve
. - . . . . .
tnousana skeleton, starving people,
who consumed the provisions but
could uot contribute to the defense.
TTforlnrli-l-rlTm-olho unnr pTpatlirps
ht nir. .t thp nrtint nf tho li m-
onet, threatening to shoot them all.
The cruel, act was deemed a neces
sity of war. From "Frederick the
notin tt- Mnnntr,,
... - -t
December.
blazing dwellngs; some were torn
to pieces by shot and shell; some
were buried beneath the ruins of
is
in
he
ple
THE BATTLE OF PRAGUE. TOO MUCH FOR HIM.
Pennsvlvania. sends 119 the followino-
r 1
) f"""!""
inveterate smoker, who dropped in
..... . . : 1. 1. . 1.
III UilV .1 ,191b bO JJCiHUUUl. nuu
ii n i- amar
"J Vl IAAt V f f VAA AkUU I AA i3 M IlLAUUbl'
4 1 '
nnnn -VMn-n nnrl n hfn AI-.nnn
AiAV.U 1AaAaA auil ii liabCl V t. lAfUtll.iviJi
On sitting down, the old aunty pnll
cd from her pocket a long pipe and
commenced smokine-. to the infinite
A correspondent at, Christiana,
wimucav, w ouiu&u
disgust of her host. The man main
over tained his composure several min
hcre utes; but the fumes became too
nowerfnl for him. and. risino- he
said
"Aunt Chloe, do you think you
area christian?
"Yes, brudder, I specks I is."
"Do j-ou believe in the Bible?"
"Yes, brudder."
"Do you know there is a nassaffe
. . 1 - "
there that says that nothing unclean
the
in
shall inherit the kingdom of heaven?'
"les, 1 has heard ot it.
"Do you believe it?"
"Yes."
"Well, Chloe, you cannot enter
into the kingdom of heaven, because
there is nothing so unclean as the
breath of a fsmoker. What do j-ou
to that?"
"Why. when 1 go to heaven, I
, - , i.flpt.i,:.i in
specks to leave brbchmd me!
Editr sDnAWXR, Hopper s Mag.
azine for December.
are
just
the
is,
of
USEFUL INFORMATION.
Measnrc off 209 feet on each side
....
an(J you wjH QaVC a SQUaTO aMC
within an inch
j Vi.r : iq w si,.-
11UU9. tma 19 uu. icaa buiui i. m
. . .. rf
tQirdS OI a milC.
A dav'sljourneyis'33 1-3 miles.
. r..r
A CUbit IS - ICCt.
i l 3 1
A 111111U uurac
a n.im ; 3 ineho.
A span is 18 7-8 inches.
A space is 3 feet.
A barrel of flour weighs
pounds.
A barrel of pork 200 pounds.
A barrel of rice 600 pounds.
within an inch.
An acre contains 4,840 square
yards,
A square mile contains b4U acres.
A mile is 5,280 feet or 1,760 yards
length. .
A fathom is six feet.
A Sabbath day's journey is 1,155
measure is
196
A keg of powder 25 pounds.
A firkin of butter 84 pounds.
heat, beans and clover seed.
lbs. to bushel,
Corn,ryc and flax seed,5G pounds.
.Barley 48 pounds.
Oats 32 pounds.
Bran 10 pounds.
Coarse salt 85 pounds.
A ton of round timber is 40 feet;
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squared lumber. 50 cubic feet.
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A eonimereial bale of cotton is
j
IJUUUU9.
A pack of wool is 240 pounds.
a section of Government land is
acres,
A liquid ton is 252 gallons.
A box 16 by 16 1-2 inches and
inches deep contains a bushel.
met
ago.
in
iron,
tons
a
other
bring
she
The
down
ed
in
not
from
PRINTERS' JOKES.
It is the practice among waggish
printers, when a "green 'un" enters
office as rferiV, to play jokes on
by sending him to a neighbor
nasium, boring olllce for something that he
would be sure not to And, and he
returns with some strange article or
other, thinking that in printers'
phrase he has got what ho was sent
A joke of this kind was once
perpetrated in a neighboring town.
Inn" whn was i-i t n i - Hi-nrrlont '
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went to learn tho printing business,
one of the journemen, lov
sport, sent him one day with a
to a certain editor, to borrow
gill of editorial." The editor,
understanding the game, returned a
picture ofa jackass. I ho first hnd
himself rather "come over,' set
wits to work to think how he
should be even with the other, At
. 1 1 . 1 a 1 l
nc cauea me. iaa, ana 101a mm
go and tell the editor "it was ea-
uoriac ue wnnieu ami not iiu-chhix.
"and
cosely,
and
hold
gave
that
was
tho
all
doctor.
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The ItrrCBLICAN Job Printing Office Iionn
of the beat furnished country onlces in the
State.
Brevities.
Fanny Fern is worth $30,000 in
her own right. '
What is home without a Diano?
Very quiet.
It is said that alum water will
draw the sting out of a burn.
Punchinello insists that muffled
drums are. dead beats.
A text book for shoemakers
Xocke on the Understanding.
Twin sister in - Winona. Minn..
lately gave birth to twin boys.
Florida has gained in population
about 60,000 since the census of
1860.
Kalamazoo.Mich.,has a doer afflict
ed with the genuine shaking ague.
The Shakers and Quakers received
large accessions during the earth
quake.
A new comet, movine from the
"whale" toward theabear." has been
discovered.
Wild game of all sorts is said to
be unusually plentiful through the
country.
India rubber rats which saueal and
kick, are now given to poodle dogs
to play with.
An old Roman law was that no
couple should be engaged for more
than two-years.
There is only one county in Massa
chusetts where but a single yoke of
oxen is owned.-
A Rhode Island mother has saved
money enough by washing to buy
her stylish daughter a piano.
A Kentucky man shot himself the
other day to get rid of the typhoid
fever. The remedy was specific
Some European oraele says: "It
all over with Roman Catholicism
and the supremacy of Paris fashions.'
'Do you see anything ridiculous
my wig?" said a brother judge to
Curran. "Nothing but the head."
replied.
A paper which wishes to avoid
slang, delicately advises its belliger
ent neighbor to "imitate the exam
of the rivulet in a time of
drought,"
An elaborate statement of the
amount of free matter passing
through the mails is being pre
pared at Washington.
A block of coal, square and com
pact, and weighing 11,000 poundujs
product" of Marshal's mine
Colorado.
Upward of twenty young women
studying theology in the United
States, with the view of becoming
preachers.
When a Montana man gets to
hankering for offlce right smart,"
they elect him sheriff, and he lives
two days.
At Portsmouth, N. J., a man
named Jones is sentenced to be
hung soon, just because his wife
died a spell ago. And Jones assist
ed her about it, too.
TheJew York World says: "The
Rev. Mrs. Van Cott is about to tight
devil in Chicago. Her motto
"attack the enemy in his capital."
There is a solid white oak tree in
Sarahville Noble Co. O., which
measures twenty feet around the
stump, and is over 1 00 feet in height
In San Francisco, recently, an
apothecary was mobbed by a crowd
indignant Chinamen for selling
them molasses for opium.
During the past year nearly 50,000
young cottonwood trees have been
planted in the thoroughfares of
Denver City Colorado.
A man in New Jersey was recent'
thrown from his buggy and kill
ed on the very spot where his father
a similar fate half a century
There are now ten establishments
Missouri engaged in making pig
with a capacity of making 300
of iron per day.
A wood-sawyer in Lebanon sub
scribed $50 and a colored washer
woman sjlOO for the proposed rail
road through that town from
Cincinnati to Springfield. Men
worth thousands of dollars don't
subscribe anything.
The Clinton Hepublican says that
young lady in that county tho
day went out of the house to
'in somewood, and after stand
ing at the wood pile and looking' at
somethinggoing on near the depot,
stooped down to pick np some
wood, still looking up the railroad.
stick of wood she had grasped
feeling soft and cold, 'she glanced
at it and found she had grasp
a large black snake, which was
darting his fiery, red tongue at her
a threatening manner. She did
take the wood.
Kansas has bettered its record.
running its majority of a little over
15,000 in 1868 up "to 1S,000. The
Democrats have but one-fifth of the-
Legislature and only ono solitary
individual in the senate.
OUTWITTING A DOCTOR.
An Irishman suffering severely
the toothache, called upon a
distinguished and witty dentist of
native land to have the tooth
'O, docthcr, darlin', Tra suffering
terribly; can you aise the painf
"'sit down here, said the doctor.
I'll fix you all right in a jiuy."
"Docthcr, dear, will it hurt me
much?"
"If it don't," said tho doctor, jo
"I won't charge you a cent.
The poor fellow opened msmoutn
in a twinkling the doctor had
of the offending member, and
it such a twitch in drawing it
his patient gave a jump and a
scream, as ir he thought his neau
off.
'Did it hurt vou much?" asked
doctor, as the poor sufferer wa
hobbling round, groaning loudly and
holding on to his head and jaws with
his might.
"Not a bit, docthcr, not a bit.
"What !" exclaimed the astonished
"O, not a bit, docther, not a bit."
The doctor concluded that he was
cuchered of his fee that time sure.

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