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Family Medicine Store.
ITAKK
this method to inform the people of tli!•*
country and the rest of mankind, (Jeff. Davis
only excepted) that I have constantly uu hand aud
fer sale carefully Mlwted stock of
Drugs and Medicines,
Paints,
Oils and Dye
Staff's. A full as
iwftment of all the
Patent Medicines now in use.
Statinary, Toilet and Fancy Ar
ticles, of all descriptions. Ladies'
aud Gents' Port monies, Pocket
Books and Pocket Cutlery.
Together with a thous
and other articles
too numerous
to mention.
A fllll stork of I
Candle* and Confectionary,
Of the W«t quality. The very best selections of
Choice Mqnorii e*pre»eiy for Medicinal use.
bare bought a very choice lot of
Natural Leaf and Fine Cut Chewing
Tobarco different brands of
Smokiny, and a superior lot
of Imported and] Domes
tic CIGARS,
Designed expressly for the lletail Trade Please
give me a call, ft* Kenismber the place, foot of
Pearl Street.
giorx. city
BOOT
CIIAS. K. HOWAftP.
flioox City, Iowa, Sept. SO, 1865.
r^HE LATEST IMPROVEMENT.
McDougall & Millard
^IlaTin^ combined the united energy**
and skill of live first cl*s»
»ilh theanihilion ami -tivntli IY*l
K* --SI«of two good hoists, iu the manu
C^iKxeof
U N I U E
fteel warranted in announcing to the public that
they are now prepared to fill orders for Furniture
With n. atiics and dispatch But from present
(mirations f.
arin* that with aU thtir Torce they
«rltl not le able to meet the demand of the coun
try. they are now preparing, in connection with
their ma.iufacturiBg establishment, a Urge
Furniture Ware Room,
Which In a few weeks will be filled with erery
ne -essary article of furniture that can be made
of Mood Our motto i*--
To keep nothing for sale that we can not re
commend.
Miike nothing but what we can warrant.
•MIT furniture delivered at the f»rry lent load
tag, or in any part of the city, free of charge.
n«-C«fflni and C\*kets of different varieties,
and uf all siaes, constantly on haud.
McDoUOA Tib ft MILLARD.
Sioux City, Iowa, May It, 18SS—4w
SHOE STORE,
i
BY—
Sam'l. Erummann.
mcustom
keep constantly on hand a large stock of
Women's, Children's, Boy's and Men's
made Boots and Shoes of all sires
mid kii.'is. Also, Leather, Lasts. Tucks,
Pi-^s, ftc., tosnppty the trade. Custom Work and
Bo'pairing done to order, and in tliu best style. All
W»rk warranted.
Sf- store on Pearl 8tr««t, one door south of |»r.
Cent's Drug Store.
w
ttO ft'
*. KRUUUAKK.
Sioux City, Iowa, Sept. SO, 1866.
J^ICIIARD II. POWLESSOI,
StJIXjSBIl,
•lows City Uw».
Will contract for tile erection of building., and
from hi* long ejperieiic» in the hiisiuMB MliMl
to rendergeneral satisfaction
PtKB LIMBER
Sr
msi.ting of Flooring. Doors, Rash, Blinds, Me
sale «»m commission. Terms Cash.
jaril II. P.»WLB.*.-0*.
ADAM FALK,
|M AND HAIR
8ioux City, Iowa.
HQE subscriber Is now prepared to attend to
everything connected with the TontsoriaJ art
the most fashionable style. The patronage of
te gentlemen ofdioux City aad Tjcini'y is res
ictrally solicited. A. ALK.
JOII!i CARRIER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
IV
1
ILL practice in the Corts of Iowa, Dakt*,
an 1 Nebraska. Odlce on Douglas street,
ux City. Iowa aat-tt
Sioux
K. C.
IlUD8)3Tf
W. L.
JOT.
HUDSOH & JOY,
ATTORNEYS ATtAW
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
WILL
Business Cards.
GEORGE WKARf. JOHN P. ALLISON.
Banking k Agency 01F.ce
or—
WE ABE 4k ALLISOff,
Slona City, -Uwi.
Eastern Drafts, Uacurrsnt M«wi)r and Coin
bought aud sold.
Potior ion* made and remitted at current rate*
of Excharge.
Drafts for sale in any country in Europe ia
81! til* tOSUit.
Land Warrants for salo. Seal Estate bought
and acid.
"on given
y In Iowa.
Personal attention given to the payment of
Taxes in any county
I'rojxTty "insured against ions or damage by fir*,
aii'l Jon!* thip|x-d on steamboats can be iuauredat
this office.
We refer to the following parties with whom we
have don- business National P«rk Bank, Now
York City Messrs. Chai les Cmiihlos A Co. Bunker*
I'ltilidelphU, Peon .Messrs. Clark. Bros, ft I'D.,
B.nikers, St Louis, Mo. Messrs. Scripps, Pre-ton
,t Kuiti. Bankers, Chicago, 111. KiJt National
Hank iMil uqii '. !"«». janl-66
P. B. HE tRE & CO.,
Commission reliants,
118 South Water St.,
CHICAGO, ..ILtlMOH.
the purchase and sale of alt kind, of Pr#*
dn -e and Merchandise. Particular attentiea
paid to the sale of
ISld-oas arifl 1
REFERENCES:
Weare ft Allison, Pioux City, Town
Tootle ft Charles ...—..Sioux City. Iowa
D. T. Bramble ft Co„ .. «...Yankton. I».
Chut. A. Sherman, Bahktr
w
Chicago, TU., May
Bounsbor«», Ii«»
First National Bank tVII.'ir Rapids.
Me rcliaii Is' Sa\ing Loan andTrtl-t Co Cbi igo
P. B. WKAKK 4 CO.
1,18«-lyt'
THIRST XATIOXAL GROCERY
—AND-—
PROVISION STORE.
I would respectfully announce to the citizens of
Sioux City, Dakota and Nelrask«, that I huve
ope.ied a store on lv,tiI street, in the building
forsaerly krapied by A. Haas, for the aale of
TFA S,
COFFEE,
STICKS, J'FPl'FR,
sta urn sa
u ra rrs.
XL TMh'd. .SUA /', Kt IS A Ct'O
CIGARS. MATCHES, DRIED FliCtT
GREEN Fill it, oysters,
SA RD/NFS. RAISIXS,
FIGS, Xl'TS, FTC.
And every article usually kept in a Grocery Store.
The public are invited to call and see tie. I sell
rlienp for ca»h. I will ftay the highest Market
price for
Butter, Esvm, Chicken*, Etc.
Remember the place—A. Haas' oW stand, corner
Pearl ami Second street.
'3. H. MOBF.
Sioux City.lcwa Nov. 18 IM».
Lumber! Lumber!
SANBORN IFOLLET,
ARE
prepared to furnish at the shortest notieo
CottonwiKid Lumber of all description* slew a
good assortment of Oak, Walnut and Map!e.
Oak aad Cethr Fence Po ts,
Sawed or split, and seasoned Fence ^tokfta. Tho
mill is
supplied with the beat
i
Shingle and Lath Machines,
Whioh enables th«m to furtii»h a superior artbsSt
ef these kinds of lumber. Their inlll is at the
mouth oi PerryCreek, where they will he happy to
sec those iu wantof anything in their line. Prices
rcasuiuiblti, jan 1 6
D411EL ITEIWEEIV,
BOGGY, CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MANUFACTORY,
Water Streets between 3rd and 4tt|
Adjoining B. Luce's Blacksmith Jib op,
SIOIJ CITY, .IOWA.
W-1
n"w
PrcPa,"':' fttmish the
•'J2t-' 1 pnhllc with anj 1 hiliit In mv line
-fjyJ' of l!i»i:ie.-,.s on terniM which will .Ie%
~U iii|«•!ir),HI. I am ree.'iviii) mate*
rial direct from Ciu inii iti, »hich will ennlile me
to isell cheaper than any establishment in the
I Northwest. All work warranted to give entire sat
ir-faction. Jobbing of every description promptly
I Htt«-i,.!".t to on reasonable terms. None except
competent work iii'-ii employed. The p«)io»
age respectfully solicited.
DANIKL DXNKKM.
StodxOlty, June «Hk, !*85-tf
|£0LBR00K 6c BROTHER,
practice in the Courts ff Iowa, Dakota I lnter«'st l»uy and sell real estate, and pay taxes.—
and Nebraska.. Officu ou Duu^lat street, 1 Vdhwuwes HMMio #Mt4w«Miey promptly lerwkriM.
Sioux City,Iowa.
1
If i.
LANS AGENTS & SURVEYORS.
Onaws, Monoua Co., lens,
iy ILL carefully attend to the selection and lo
cation of land iu the several land districts
Western Iowa and Nebraska bay and fell Land
Warrants, or locate them on commiNsioti for noli
resirlents liiey w ill loan money at western rates of
Jaat^ ~*^iioLB«ot»K BSt^
New Advertisements.
TEW goods, NEW »OOIS.
N
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST
nrr sroun
Where you will tad one of the host selected
and cheapest stx k of goods in this
tipper country. My stock
consists of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS A\D SHOES,
WM. PRESET, Publisher and Proprietor.] All INDEPENDENT DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL, [TERn9--$9 OO, Invariably In advance.
VOLUME VIII. SIOUX CITY, IOWA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18(56. NUMBER 49.
vaxjZj
—AND
WINTER GOODS,
IK—
DAKOTA CITY, MT. T,
—OF—
CIUS.F.ECKIURT,
HATS AND CAPS,
LA I)IKS BONNETS,
HOODS, NUBIAS, AC..
HARDWARE,
QUKENSWARK,
DRUGS and
MEDICINES,
GROCERIES!
In fid everything usually kept in stores in this
eouuti-y. Aiiiouk my Boot* vu will tiud the
Mens* and Beys' India Rubber Soled
Uoota —in Ladi.'.' and we:«r. the
KUitnei aud Fur lined Miees,
all at rcluci'd pii s s. My IL.Mery S»lo-k
is larjre and of the latc.--t styllfi of
Latb'S' ltoils. Nubias. Breidk*
laht »!iawl, ftc. Also a
gorijl vti.-k of Vtin's
etc., etc.
Stapled Faiicy Dry Goods
AQ I Mk is DM-TLM |MMic to MM and examine
ajr gooes and price*, and you will be satisfied that
S--I1 cheaper and better wds than any other store.
My motto is ready CAaH, with
Quick Sale* A Small Profits.
C.r.SCKHART.
Dakota City, N. T, Oct. 27, l*6rt.
T. HEDGES,
WIIOWiSALE AND RETAIL
0 O O E
Sionx City, Iowa.
Keefaeoawtantlyon aand
GROCERIES,
WtOVISIONS,
TEAS,
T(UIAC€0,
CIGAR8,
wiNiei,
LIQUORS,
AINTi,
OILS,
AO.,AO.
And'verythingpertalnlnj.to a ftrst-r)asfjrocery
and outfitting lleose allof which willbeioltf
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Product of all kind* takeiil n"xclisneg
for ods,anl the highest market price paid Almi,
V((o/ail ki/nlrf, Drj }Jj Pt'/'Ji, ?•«"•»,
•verytliiuMa vailiUile witiuhthefaru.* may li tve to
ilnpose of.
a n I -6" D.T.HKIM!**.
ISAAC PEIDLEl'OX,
ilitary Chim Agent,
HOIX CITY,. IOWA.
V'lTII.L procure Motilities rimI IWk
Pay Officers mid u. hlii-is anrl their legal
repreaontative*. »*.iVII l.u«inm* by letter will
receive rlue attention.
Hills-it IHAAO PKNDLKTON.
%]BW «sM*T PORK, at tlie P.eplesMlar
J| ket. CQCIRR W. HAVILAMD.
wmwiw*
GOSSIP FOR OUR LADY READKIIH.
DON'T FLIRT.
Ob.' never, never flirt pirl»
Don't play with human hearts!
You «ay, you meant no fun, pirl«f
To wound with Cupid's darts,
But they are cruel wounds girls
Wounds that for life may hurt
Then heed a wise old counsellor—
Don't flirt, dear girls, don't ilirtI
You 8!ty th*t men are hardy, girls,
And realty never feel
But many an old h.n lirlor
His secret could reveal,
And tell of happier days prone by,
Of false girls, feelings hurt—
And now condemn all womankind
Don't flirt then, girls, don't flirt 1
There it no real pleasure, girls,
In striving to cxrel
In such an art as flirting, girls,
Though you nifty do it well.
But if you love, love trulv, pirls,
But (ova not to your hurt,
Choose w^ely well and sensibly
But, gitls, oh I never flirt.
-—Mrs. Moore, a young and beautiful
wife, of Chicago, committed suicide
cause, unfounded jealousy.
Blinks says that most lovers are ma
thematicians they sigh for their sweet
hearts.
An old bachelor says: "Never look
at the girls-—tfaey can't bear they re
gard it as an iusult. They wear their
feathers, furbelows and frills merely to
gratify their mammas—that's all.
-—The divorce business is in thriving
condition in Chicngo. Nine applicati ns
for separation between parties, who wore
bearing the cor.jugtl jyke, were made io
one of the courts of that citj in ssiugle
day.
o u a v e e e n s o e y i e a a i a
sympathizing friend of Joe Cr*dn,
peeping over the cotfin of his third wife.
responded the bereaved one, "I
have always hud the drcadtulust luck
with women.
A duel lias occurred in Hiifejeaer.
Va. hftween two colored bravs. Oise
called ibe other's sweetheart a nigger.—
i lie first fire caused the aggrieved party
to view things in their proper shade, for
he thought it was just probable she was a
nigger after all.
~~4^ bequeath,' said an Irishman, in
his will, "t'» my beloved wife, all ray pro
perty, without reserve, and to my eldeat
KOII, I'ulritk, one halt the remainder, and
to Dennis, Lbu Juuugest, the rest. It any
thing is left, it may go to Terence 51c
Curty."
—The London Times gives an account
of a marriage in high life, which was
celebrated recently at Westminister Ab
bey. The parties were Mr Henry Wcii»
all, the eminent poi trait painter, atid
Lady Rosa Sophia Mary Fane, Ibe sister
of the Karl of Westmorland,
-—"Pa," says little Charlie, to his paU
ernal ancestor, l.oldmg up a Sunday
SohiK)! picture book, "what is that
4'That,
my son," gravely rexp.tuded the
fuiher. "is Jacob wresting witb au angel.
''And which licked, pa innocently con
tinued ihe young biptful.
—F Frenchman for years loved a lady
and never missed passing his evenings at
her house. She became a widow. "I
wish you joy," crud his friend, "you csn
marry the woman you have HO long ador
ed. "Alas, said the poor Jfreiicbman,
profoundly dejected, "and if ®o, where
shall I spend uay evenings?'*
—A very pretty dress for young bride
is of very tine white muslin made with a
poplum skirt trimmed with a pufEr.g of
muslin, and fringed with spruys of white
lilac. 'Ihe dress is made over a white
silk slip, and the corset is laid in !nrg%
flutes or box-piaite in ihe Greek style.-*
i he coiffure ehoy Id ba bandelet**f whit#
lilacs with
Benoilon
blossoms.
chains of orange
i-1"
Beauttfwl ll^nds.
I recollect that onco there was a dispute
between three ladies, which had themost
beautiful hand. One sat by a stream, and
dipped ber hand into thq water and held
it up another plucked strawhe ries until
the ends of her fingers were pink, and the
third gathered violets until her hauds
were fragrant. Ati old haggard wumio
passing by asked, "Who will giv« me a
gift? for I om poor." All three denied
her, but another who sat near, unwa-hed
in a strerm, unstained with fruit, unad
orned with flowers, gave her a little gift
and satisfied the poor woman. And theo
she asked them what was the dispute
aud they told her, and lilted up before
her their beautiful bands. "Beautiful,
indeed," said she as she saw them hut
when they nuked her which was the moit
beautiful hand, the said, "It is not tide
hand th it i* washed clean in the brook'
it is nt the hand that is tip|ied with red
it is not the hand garlanded with fragrant
flowers bul it is th* hand that give* to
the poor, which is the most beautiful
hand." As ahe said the words, her wrink
les fled ber staff was thrown away, and
she stood before th«tn an ang«*| from
hje&wm. with authority to decide Uw qties
tloo in dispot*— fheo. TUton,
BY THE PaBOIDRXT OP THE lT.
8TATB4 OF AMERICA.
A PROCLAMATION.
Almighty God, oar heavenly Father,
has been pleaded to vouchsafe to us, aa a
people, another year ot that national life
which is an indispensible condition of
peace, security and progress Tin! y?ar,
moreover, has been crowned with many
peculiar blessiugg. The civil war tbtt
was so recently among us has not beeu
anywhere reopened, foreign intervention
has ceased to excite alarm or apprehen
sion, intrusive pestilence has becu bening
ly mitigated, domestic tranquility has im
proved, sentiments of conciliation have
largely prevailed, and the affections of
loyalty and patriotism have been wisely
renewed. Our fields have yielded quite
abundantly, our mining industry Ins been
righly rewarded, and we have been allow
ed to extend our railroad system into the
interior recesses of the country, while our
commerce has resumed ita customary acti
vity in foreign seas. These great national
blessings demand a national acknowled
gment.
Now, there, I, Andrew Johnson, Presi
dent of the United States, do hereby re
commend that Thursday, the 20th day of
November next, be set apart to be abserv
ed every where in the several S'atei and
Territories of the United States by the
people thereof as a day of thanksgiving
and praise to Almighty God, with due
remembrance that in His Temple doth
every man speak of Ilis praise. I rec »m
inend, also, that on the same solemn oc
casion, we do humbly and devoutly im
plore him to grant to our National coun
cils and to our whole people that divine
wisdom which alone can lead any nation
into the ways of all good. In offering
these national thanksgivings, praises and
-applications we have the divine assurance
"that the Lord remaineth a King forever
those that are meek shall be guidtd in
judgment, and such as arc gentle shall
He learn his way the Lord shall give
strength to His people, and the Lord shall
pive to His people the blessings of peace.
[L. S.J In witness whereof I have here
hereunto set my hand, and caused
the sen! of the United States to be
BTnxtd.""
Done at the City of Washington, this
8'h da? of October, in the year of our
Lord lSiltl. and of the independents «f
the United States the ninety-first.
(Signed) ANDREW JOHNSON,
By the President
W ILI.IAM TI. SEWARD,
Secretary of State.
Mwblle Outdone.
They are having a sensntion in Mobile
about a .nan's committing suit ide by cut
ting oil his own head, and then hiding it
so effectually that they haven't bean able
to find it since. This is not so wonder
ful a circumstance as a friend of ours re
lates, that happened at the Saute Sie
Marie, Like Superior, list summer. An
Indian there, who had lived unhappily
with fifty or sixtv different sqntws, deter
mined upon suicide. Desiring ^that no
one s' ould he able to identify any portion
of him, he cut off both his ieg- aud car
ried thetn about five miles into the woods,
on foot and alone. He buried them, and
then cut off both his arms, which he ear*
ried some five miles further and buried.
Then, cutting out his tongue, that he
might be unable to tell any one whom ho
might meet who he was, ha proceeded
several tniles further, chiming his d-ath
8ong as he went. He finally cutoff his
head, and alter amusing himself for some
time kicking it ab ut as a footbill, ma
king the woods ring w'th the shouts of
merriment, be hid it in ihe trunk of a
tree, and then digging a grave with his
own hands, he gat in, covered hiaisell
up, and planted a very handsome tomb
stone at the had of his grave with lus own
bands. Where is your Mobile tnan nuw
.-
Soliciting Under Ulfficultlea.
An agent of tbe Railway PaFS'Mtgpr Tn
•orance company, having issued accident
tickets to several passengers on the Irairt
between Kenosha and Milwaukee, ap
proached an elderly lady who it after
wards appeared was deaf.
Madam, would you like to insure
against accidents?'* inquired the agent
•t lb« same time exhibiting his ticket.
I got my ticket at Kenosha.'*
Not a railroad ticket, ma iani I w»nt
to know if you would likt to iusmeyour
life against accident
I'm going to 0,
.hkosh to Visit a barter
who's married up Ch'ur, and h«« Just got
a baby."
The agent ra*S"d hid voice a little
Would you like to insure jwur life
against acci lent?"
She's been married two ye*rs and ft
tyllf. and that's the fiiat child. It's a gal."
Agent still louder
"I am an insurance agent, mtdim
don't you want to insure your life ngaio*t
accident?''
She got along first rate, and is doing
ns •ell as could be expected.''
Agent at the top of his voice
"I'm an insurance agent, madam
Can'' I insure your life against accident?"
"O. I didn't understand you,'' sai ih'6
rffil lady. No, hnr name is hnson
my name is Evans, and I IH9 five miles
from Kenosha."
Exit agon t.
Oeorgn I). Prentice, editor of the LfW*
is'iile journal, is seriotuly ill with bron
chitis. Ilia recovery is doubtful.
Poets Concerning Unman Life.
The total number of human beings on
the earth i« computed at 3,000,000,000,
and they speak 3 094 known tongues.
The average duration of life is 3.1}
years.
One-fjttrth of those born die before
they are seven years old, and ODe-half
before the age of 17.
Out af 10) persons, only six reach t!i«
age of years.
Out of 5,»0 pcraons, only one attains
the age of 80 years.
Sixty persons die every minute.
Tall men live longer »han sbort one*.
M.trried Q)eu are longer lived than tha
single
Rich mien live, on the average, forty
two years, but th* pinr only 30 years.
Nearly six hundred prisoners ara on
the Dry Tot tusfas.
The radicals triumphantly ask if we
have heard from Maine. Yes, we have
heard frnm Maine, and fiequently too.—
We heard fro n M*in wlie i tha British
invaded our territory in IS 12, and the
governor of Maine declared that he would
not furnish a mm or a dollar to repel the
invasion. We heard from Maine and the
balance of New Euglaud in tb«» blue
lights which were burned as signals to
an invading foe. We have heard from
Maine and Now England often, and st
often as the enemy of American honor
and American lib.-rty. Are the radicals
sulliciently answered? Du'mifi? II raid.
-4 fr
An Eastern paper indulges in the belief
that many young men marry various
scraps and bits of a wifa instead of the
genuine article It says "S)me young
men marry dimples sim1? ears some
noses the contest, iwever. g«neral'y lies
between the eyes and the hair. Ttie
mouth, too, is occasionally mtrried the
chin not so oTten." A caution is then
given to heedless youth to beware of mar
rying corls, bnwer*i» na»ural-look ng a
neck, however swan-like or a vuice, how
ever melodious.
A Professor Taken Down.
During the rooent «u»#sion of the Teach
er's Institute in Rutland countv, Vt.,
while Prof Adams was illustrating the
manner of teaching aritLemic, be took
up a small globe standing on the dssk,
and asked:
"How many nnits in the globe?"
Answer—' One."
Taking up bis bat, "How many unite
in my hat
Answer (by a naughty boy in the audi
dence)—"Shake it and see
The prafessor was taken down.
•"Young man, do you believe in a fu
ture state?''
In course I duz and what's more, I
intend to entfr it as soou as Betsey gets
her things ready."
Go to. yutng man, go fo
"Go two? If it wasn't for the law
against bigamy, whip n-.e if I wouldn't go
a dozen. But who supposed, deacon, that
a man of your age w »u'd give such ad
vice to a man just started iu life."
A Red river chip thinks he has found
Paradise. H-iar him No income tax
no internal revenue no spies to see if
pou treat a friend on Sunday no special
police no ig tax no pull tax, school
tax or bounty fund. And to end with,
the Indians and h.tlf-hreid* can't tell one
greenback from another, so all our ones
are teas."
John 0
!s*on, a rebel soldier supp ised to
have been killed at Murfrcesb », turn if
up a Nashville iast we^k, aud found his
wife rew 'lided to a Union soldier, and
rejoif eing iu a New Yankee baby. Iu
etertd of "'digging his fingers into lb-} wet
eatth,'' as Enoch Arden did, John offered
to settle the matter for two cows. This
was refused, John threatened^ Mid was
placed under bonds ot" $239.
A chap inquired at th post oflioe in
Erie, the other day, for a letter for "'En
ry llogd'n." He wis told there was
tune. L'uik' 'ere," he replied, a little
angrily, "you've bexamined the hodd
letter tor my name. It duu't commence
with a haiteh! It begins with a ho!—
Look in the ole that's c»t the hos
—A gentleman one evening said to a
lady, near whom
IK
was seated, "why is a
wumuh like a mirror? she gave it. up—
'"Becauso," said the fellow, "a mirror re
fl 'Ots without speaking a woman .speaka
without reflecting.", "Very good,'' s.»i
she. Now answer me. Why is a man
unlike a mirror?" ''I^ cannot teli you.''
"Because the mirror is nolitsbed, aud ihe
tuan is not."
i
The New York World say4 the last
words that .John Van Buren uttered before
he di'J were the fol'owing "I am going
tf New Y rU shall help Make my friend
Hoffman governor. Then all will he right
aud .1 onson and the union made strong.''
An Irish gen lem in parting with a lazy
aervart, was asked with respect to her
industry, whether she was what is termed
nftnid of work. O, not at ai!," said he
"not, at alt she'll lYeq lently lie down aad
fall atdecp at the v« ry side of it."
"Sonny, does your father take a paper
"Yea sir two of em. One of em belongs
lo Mr. Thompson. 1 hooks 'em both off
the steps As regular as can be

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