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. - ' . . . 1 - . ' I I il M I 111 II I" T T - 1 rnT I 1 "I I " r Till I I I I III I in 1 11 .1, in, . - -.tii , ilii i ' ijaai I iT J . V ., V V I J . I I fJ - ' - T rvjw-wnv YrwwiinKMli .VlUlUt W lllll I ) VtU 1 ' UIUI1 nLll,ULLUi.?., VnilUhUUUIIi " tUlrlkUMt "-AUIUkUUU ' .tlil UilLUILIIIZI '11 Volume xxxvi. ; W00DSF1ELD, MONKOE COUNTYfOHIQ: TUESCAY'JULY 22, 18?j:; :" V.., ...... , .r .: . . -.'4' . " . .', w. , .V'- j r; 5,j: j. . . , ... ' .,, ' j 1 ' ' 25 5- OP DEMOCRACY. 7BLISnEO EVERY TUESDAY. HENRY Hi WHS X CDOyriCE Wn UM ot Vain Street, two soon nona ot xna Monro liank. t)s ospT. out voir. . s $1 60 t)n eopjr, iix Both. f f,,v , ?Im eopy, thr months, 1 ' 73 60 idg oubioriptloM can 1m eummenoed at any VBM. i "pa aqaare, line,) on wltek, $1 00 Eaoh tabsMsent iniertlon lot fi'r veekt. 60 Ob aqtiftrft. two autatha. 4 ft CO 00 i iftilirt, tune BrtHttha, . , ldUi,aixi&HDiii. i 7 00 10 00 ft 00 M aqaare, obt tow. : ' f ; . Oa laigbth ooluma, on month, On aighta eolonw, thrte months. 10 00 13 00 SO 00 ? 60 16 00 ym eighth eoloran, tix months, vnt eighth eolamn on jrs! , ',' M f carta olomn, oa month j I T)a fonrta olamm, three months, w, toarth eolasin, six months, . T. i . J! 20 00 80 00 J) ' oolnmn, one month, . n hsif eotaam, three months, , w . ;v)ae half eolama, six months, - XM half eolnma, oas year. 10 00 '20 00 80 00 60 00 wn eoinava, on a weak. 10 00 X)&e eolnma, one saonth, ; -t1' 1500 Xhie eoltuna, three months, ' ' ' ' s " ; v " :' W 00 Vn eolarnn, tbt moaths, ' w 5 00 ytf colttam, one year,-' i n : 80 00 4 CThttti adrertiaattetttaeharfed at the rate "oi eewoouar pier aqaare tot first Insertion, and tefty oente for eaoh saboequent bwertioa. i f .iminiatrator'a ef BxwUw'v Attaehiamt a4Eoa4Notlw,.0a:i;is . r Loesi Notioea, per line, first insertion, 10 jeata, ad Are eeata per Use for each addition si ATTW?Y8. r.'t ft Jt W. IOLLKTBB. ............. A . BOLLISTIB Attorneys at Law, TWijODSFIKtDOHlO. ; J yffli practice U'lfoBroe ud aaloinlnt oona- e ' tebaa77t, HTII XIT wx. r. OXIT : T ,,OKEY A OKEY, . 1J1 ATTORNtX&'ATLA W' a W60DS&IKLD, OHIO. . At the efflo forawrty eeaaptad hy HoUiiter ft key. . fabt0,77r. PBesRCCTIXG ATTORNEY, ATTOUNEY AT LA . ABB .' EE A ; ESTATE ; AGENT, lCs BtLsialra iB lhsTfariJE'aea r.-. r: AaTKsyiLLc west.ya. jm u , ,w.. ....... 'V.t.''' j, v araiaes . . , ...... . ... ' gPKIOS & driggs, ; ' sitbrnejr &d r ConttIlori t Lav JLiid Clahn Agents, i 3 ; Woot)8FtJ:tt),x)Hio. . - : . .TTicUp lUin jo Court Honso,,, Wl&tlii M til Vj w u .' ir. A. I, fBlBMB,, k. ..,JOHIW,DOH1W, IinsARsaisi fc DonEaxY, t 'ATTOBNBYS AT iliAW; nv Wfeo-l8oitbr of PabHd Bqaiif ) ; tf!0 0,D3 F IB LP, OHIO. praotiof tn JIaroer xd idJoln1n'eottH- J-f.ul , J . I-.-. .- 1 ,..,W. X. HAJ-bOIT HoUrv Pxblio trOf-lfioathwest eorner , Pnbli ; So.aare WOODSFIELD, OHIO; pr'aotloe'ia' 1 Moaroe aad adJo!nln apr28.'7T. jftiuittiiG oriini',cK; k ATTORNEY AT LAW, CSCAtPiaB'! OPERA DUILDISG, - .WiCJlfClXirJTl. OHIO. , y. :,v i nRQCUiW P raiMH for poioiera, oae. iuioorthver more disabled by disease, oon- traeUdiaDalUd SUtee Berrlee.. ' Alao, for Wldewa and aUnara at fceUieu. arh die of dUeuasa ontraoted,adiaereaaf4. Peaelo&i for iaralids whe haa grew weraev WrJU Ul vSoidiera at 181 J, who aerred id days, aad thejlr, widow, whaaerer utarriei U theta, eaa sew gat Penaleaa by writing te A, W. McCoaawc, ?lk'i Opera BuiUlntClDolnnti, .PHYSICIANS.1 . inn Mi v r iTJiywioiiui And Borgton, n i ; v lXalasai,810Bire Oaatr. Ohl. Jmly 1, 187S tJ "TrTSPARMSTROlSOr M. ; assays let an cad Hur;ei -w3!OOPSFIELl), OHIO. :' ... CJOSsa, eref Pope -, Caatla'i drna; ire, P-a Dr 1) EN W I Be PMYSI&AN AND .SURGEON, ' Offioe nx t6 Henry kHUerl residence. ' -lkpr3,'78r"v.'- " ' , m i .or J vYF' A. Y 9 y r 2.3iyicitt J And; aurjoon,' ELll vCOVB.. Wukingto, To, Monne AttaHS-'prftap!: atteaded lo daring the eiaj er aignu - J .i,-t r Ij.'ei jnijnsiciaQS and Surgeons, flTAJryOBIX . U ONBOal GO PHI x aiore. ' 1 F. FACQCI1AR. W D (Termerly of Zaneirllte, Ohio,) .TPhfsician finct .Surgeon,' iWani residence la the Iltkbride property, WOQD3 FIELD, OHIO,., iaTjlng jooated at the above plaoe, offers his Professional errloes, where ha ' hope by oloae attenUoa to baainest te aaerlt pabllo sonndBaee and'natrenace, - -; - OhrwllO DiXOa 'HW reoelre speeUJ THE? ttfjwBttoa, . - snvir SANFORLVS RADICAL CURE ! For CATARRH '. ' IriSTAHTlT RELIEVES. ,000 FEET ABOVE THE SEA. ' ; Boswoma a Co- Ibtw, GoU t trom jisssn. j. o arafit Thf report apreodentdl7 Urge tslei sa4 MilTeraal sstlsrsatlon. Ko other dlMu ) so slarmtnsi7preTaleotinthstreion. Tbejripe.lt of til fcUowlajt antlma smoag thslr best sltueasi ; ' ;' SORELY AFFLICTED. n inuosntiw . O. Ax wart A CO., Datotr, Ort. : Gtntltmm. Prompted by a fellov-foeUnt' for thoe CsurrbIvuhto sdd mytaiUi lor uos siuiciaa win boat is bohtlf of rosD'RuiOAi. Cvib ros Catabbb. I hsT been sorely sfflleted with Uls isrfal AImsm for four resn. n4 bare tried every. ksawa. remedy wltbout Brail. rbtok care ine slnioet lntUntrit tstioosi e well m s local n remedy. I belter. It to be stt tut m atsi a ror il s kmu sat a lor n, s ttsaiest van lot wtrm. , i . Very truly loan. WM. AUKTIVK, " SeBfar.at.X.lKsr nttdajoo. Bliss Co. ' 1 GREATLY AFFUCTEO.' v . Jfl'A. J! O. JdwpoHS A Cb., Ceneer . OtnOtmm, t Uk plesiar 1b rvcommeadlnf eAJtroBo's Bapical Cttm rot Catabbh to all wbo sr afflicted with this ttUesss. I wsi frettly sfflloud wltb it for s km time, bod eurefllt with two bottle, of the boots Cubs. About s year afterward. I was takes ag-ala with Catarrh suit severely, sod Immediately seut tor soother bottle, ytateh lied m all rlkht, gfrloi m relief from tlie fltst doe. I km eonfldeift that this remedy will do sll that elaimed for It, and Bwrs too. Wiehlrig joa sacests la Hi lnuodocUoa,! am, rrr trolr vonr. ;iootiirtt?' ! 1 V"-j TRIED EVERYTHING.', .'. f'mrv J. 0. itoneortt ot Co, Demtr, out Bentkmtn, have used BAaroao's KabioalCdu fob Cataim, and It hs giv.B perfect sstlarsction. I have tried almost overrtlilnff, and It Is the aiy anas' Uist naa K- n m relief. I therefor tak pleaaursja reeomi ndl It ih to all sfflleted with Catarrh of say kind, aad aSar this at sqr tsatltsoay to la bneut. . . i L'VarrUaly, W. a.l)KCSEa. . lsaTeet)ot.I,lt7S. ,v,, . t ,.x iJ ' REV. i.H.WIGGlPf SAYS: ' ? r "fvnssfthtbest renedlea for Catarrh, Bay the bet rewirdy w bar found Is s lifetime of uSerlng, It Bab roBS'e Kadki.l Ovsa. It 1. sot anpleasant to tak tbrosKh th noatrlU, sod aher om. with each bottle sm.lllM.tBb for as 1 Inbslatioa. -It clear th head asd throat so theroBghly that, taken each morn ing oa rising, there sr bo unpleasant teeretioiit and a dlasgrarsble hawking during th entire day, but an un precedented elearansof role sod reeptrstory organ.' Mn.J.2L Wisgin, U jAaraawtar. Jfsai, Anew. . .. . Sack Mekssw'eontsiiai Pr. Saafnra tsiprvrci Te BaUBgTnb. with fall dlreetloa for ua In all eases, frlc, 11.00. Tor tale by sll Wholsaal and KHall Drag ftstt aad Dealer threuvhout th Daltt States sad Canada. WKKKa POTTfiR. 0asral AftnU and WhoVeaal DleggMs, Bostoo, Mse. - - t VOLTAIC 0 PLASTERS -C'H t ',)J( ;! Uif Toy tooal Iainai lUmenees, Borepeea,Veet. esT ynmbneee and InflamroatloTi of the bbbb, lirer, . atldnera Bpleen, ' Bowels, Bladder, Heart, and atneoloo, are oqaal fa an army ef doctora, and aerea of alsnte and ahrabe. ' ren tn Paralyata, Bpflepey orTlta, and lTerwone aad Inrohansary Mne. onlay Aotlon. tale Waetet, by RaDytex ther V arrant Toteee. he effbosed Otiree when yrery otb or an own remedy has failed. LEJJS" V r r-' -JjyiUan l,. -t,B r A tha- war 1 aad Botail Drnggla-ts thronghoot the United gavteeaadCanadae. W1!1UU A POTTL'JCK.' Proprietora, Boston. Maaa. jBlyl,'79i. M.. r DENTISTRY. "J X Zl 3LC JEJ 3B Ji E Iw 3, . " ... tt' U a. m T aJ m WOODS F I E L JaO H I 0, I Teeth extracted without Vain, b the nae of altronl axide at Unghlng gas. ,,;:! (JTOffloeoTerPope ft Castle'i, drugstore. L:t !;! House: Palatcr asd Piper! Hanger WOODSFIELD, OHIO: . attenJLte all business fn bis Hue promptly.- All work dona in the best style and at low rates. . - aprlvmo. it 1 !)';: j '.1 'i- il' ( K) .7t:l tj!fti,- PAINTING and GRAINING. A.. M. 80 ALUS, tbe eld Fainter' of Frame Brothers Carriage Manufactory .Barnes villa, has opened a shop In BeallsTllle, Ohio. Be Is prepared te execute all kinds of Paint ing and Graining in the best stria. Painting Carriages and Buggies a speciality. ' . ieeSV77mB. :' . , NOTARY PUBLIC; TEN undersigned, baring been appointed Xetary Public, would inform hit Mends, and tbe pnbllo generally; ' that he is prepared to VI Pensioners' Blanks, admin. IstMr Oaths, take Depositions, acknowledge Deeds, Mortgage, and other instruments of writing. ' " ' JOHN JKPFEBS. ' WrM.or.' Beallsrllle. Monroe Co. Ohio. Ohjo Farmers. Fire lnsarance Com. IsEROT, onto. , i , nsures nothing but Farm oroperty Bates ewer than, these of any ether Company doing basin sat in this oounty. Assets, : : : $900,000. AH Loaaes promptly paid. ' ' : ..JOUW JEPFBR9. ?! i!-v;; hr.ii BeallsTille, Ohio, noTl3,78. s. Agent for Monros County. JA8. 8. SMITH, . ,W. B. WADDKLL . OBALBBfl IX UAR11WARE i EETLERL Builders' & Household Hardware, CARPENTER'S TOO LS, , FAB-HJIGr IMPLIMMITS,; TO. i: -;: ! " Alsa Agents for the .! " '''' OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, (JIto as a ball and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere. ... , SMITH. & WADDELL. ' aprat,79v. , ,., . " , il ; i , dress making: mi: 1 vl ! Htore. Ueenu Above Jones', . i MISS F. A aTOIES . TTaS Juatreeeired a sew supply of 8prtng IT Patterns for Ladles. Misses and Call dren, and solloits the patronage of the ladles of Woodsfleld and r trinity-She Is prepared TO 'pOr FIRST CLASS WORK. Also; out and fit for those who desire to hare them made elsewaarei ' ' l Patterns of all atyles tor sale aprl,7ffm3 Democratic State Ticket ' i.: For Ooreraor, ,! - GEN. THOMAS SWING. . i ' Lieutenant Borernor. , GBN, AMERICTJS V. RICE, ; v .i ' : -njitop- "of State, J CHAaILES reemelin, ' " Treasarer of 8tate, ' ; ANTHONY HO WELLS,; ; ? i- Bnpreme ndge, ''' r' WILLIAM T, GILMORE, ' ; r 'Attorney General, ' r . , !. ISAIAH PILLARS, . , , Member Board Pnbllo Works, 4 ' PATRICK O'MARA, Democratic County Ticket. ' 1 " For Representative, -:ikq.': w. 8TE ward; :m nr. Additor, ' V..mt.?; 8a,A,ATKlN8p.-? :.-,!; - Treasarer,' . . JOHN GATCHELL. Clerk, , JOEL T. JUDKINS." ' " SherllT, : ' "!": , william read," ;; ; Proseotttlng Attorney, ; ; john p. spriggs.; . Commissioner, f JONATHAN LIEUELLEN; ; r, 'j, Infirmary Dlreottor, , , , ,' ....'I u. FRED. J.;wiEGEL- ' , " , .,.,, Xoroner,,.'., .. . ..-,. ,vl .!(;,-t::i.-JAMES ANDERSON. ,' ' ; . '! , , The Youtjff Man TVlth the Wrinsrer. ! B.';;i,'i:(lJetreit 7reeFreM.)i. : Oae ; day about a week ago a alien waisted yonng man with a elotbes wring er under bis arm attempted to open the gate of a yard on Out avenue. . He bad made np nia mind that he could tell tbe people a wringer, and be might hare ac complished his object bat tor e dog about Wg aa a tobaccdt hogshead, which stood on tbe other aide of tbe gate for a chance to tackle some leg-weary agent. "I'll call again," whispered the agent as he.'tahred fogo4 and be meant jist what be said Tbe presence of one dog did not discourage him except for tbe momecV He passed ep tbe street and ia aa hoar returned to try sgairw There was ap dog there as he opened tbe gate, but 1 In ten seconds after the latch Click ed a bundle of teeth and bones shot around the eofner of tbe house and the agent shot across the read. - .. f -.-, "Now, yoa mark my words !!' be said. aa he shock the wringer at the dog; Til get in there if I have to walk over your dead bodv r v.f ; '.: ' ! . ' .-. s - e.aJ5 aj.se -wv vv r iruua evory jjutui, uau tcnoviua vj cuu- clnde that tbe dog ! was down cellar watching for rats, and finally .opened the gate. School children who were watch ing say that the dog overshot the mark by - trying to swallow the agent and wringer at one gnlp, and therefore got neither ; but' it ' was such a close shave that the young man went round the eor ner minus his, bat and one coat-tail,- He did : not return again by daylight.- Per haps it was he who tossed tbe poisoned meat over the fence that bight, and per-: haps it was some young man .who wanted to fall la love with the good-looking girl la the bouse. . Some folks nay think the dog didn't find the meat, bat there are proofs to 'the contrary.r The agent was on hand about nine o'clock the next mor ning,' and to his great Joy discovered the dog's dead body lying in the yard. The poison bad - done its i work and he was free to announce the merits of his wring er tq tbe waiting' family. -;.T: j.n.---.,' v -A boy who sat on the fence saw the dog's eyes open a, little as the agent pase ed through a gate.-. He saw the dog soft ly get upon his feet alter tbe agent bad passed the 'body." He saw something like a grin cross that canine's face as he got his legs well under him. and then the lad 'fell off bis roost, and only scram bled ' up in time Jto see a shadow cross a vacant lot, jumping clear over the tops of old thistles and never minding the frog-ponds. The boy hung around there until the dog had swallowed everything belonging to the wringer except one cog wheel, arid that be buried alongside the fence tc, "keep", for aome future meal.: He IV At Wave the Bloody Shirt. Ex-Governor Chamberlain, of Maine, in a Decoration Day address, thus re ferred to the Rebel Brigadiers in Con- - . - ....... 4$. . . - .. . gress; . .. "It is not roily, it is not oanvisn weas- ness that ' tbe Mates ' are rjacs again in Congress, and that they have sent there such representatives as they must natu rally choose 1 We send our best minds to Congress, of course, to maintain tbe vital interests of onr country. Why should they not send their best minds ? If, gentlemen, we did not want the rebel Generals tbere,wbat did we remove their disabilities for? If we did not want the South ' to have an increased majority In the Electoral Vote or in Congress, why did we think or that when, by giving tbe enfranchised slave the ballot, we thereby added to the Southern strength thirty- five, electoral votes? Whoever did that should not stultify himself by whining about ' it. or setting up a pow-wow over it,' and trying to make tbe people think that the great war baa not settled some thing." j 1 ' Gov.' Chamberlain' was a General tn the war, and fought (n a great many bat ties, and was wounded a nnmber. of times. "He says: "There are' a great many questions that most be met mast be discussed, must be honorably studied and fsirly stated and wisely adjusted. There will be bad men and good, in Congress and out; bad measures and good; bad tneo ries and good. It is the lack of states manship and manhood to deal with ex isting' evils, to take things as they are and ' make 1 them what tbey ought to be. and this should be done under tbe Con stitntion and through the laws, and by all the machinery of Government con nected expressly to avoid the appeal to brute force. That's what constitutions, snd laws, and courts,and Congresses are made for. Let us not be afraid to die cuss questions fairly and vote upon them squarely. . . " 7 If the plants ever have to give each t ther a lift how inucn will the sun" rays ? THK SAMPLE BOOM. BT VIRGINIA. J, ttST. Samples of wine and samples of beer: Samples of all kinds of liquor soil here; Samples of whisky, samples of gin; Samples of all kinds of .bitters. Step in. 4 Samples of ale, and porter, and brandy; Samples as large as you please, and quite ban- Onr .samples are pure, and also youll find j. Our customers always genteel and refined: . j For. gentlemen, amowwhen ; theylyeUlten .. i motiirh."' " ' " " And never partake of oommon ttoflE. Besides these samples withlnyou know, . There an samples without of what we can do; Samples of headache, samples of rout: : -, : - Samples ol eoata with elbows out; : ; Samples of boots without heels or toes: , Samples of men with a broken nose; - -8amp1es of men in the gutter lying; : -Samples of men with delirinm dying; Samples of men enreln and swearing; r i Samples of men of eril daring; 1 ! . Samples of lonely, tired men. Who long in Tain for their freedom again! ! Samples of old men.'worn in the strife;' Samples of yonng men, tired of life: 1 ' ' f ' Samples of ruined hopes and lires; '.'' Samples of desolate homes and wires; V Samples of abhlng hearts grown oold : ' ' With anguish and misery untold. Samples of noble youth in disirraoe. " Who meet you with arerted tare; ' ' Samples of hungry little ones, Starring to" death in their dreary homes. ,' . ' la tact, there is scarcely a woe on earth ' v But our "samples" hare nurtured or given Of all'ye Wperslo sorrow and crimel 1 : : i ' Who deal out death for a alnirla dime." " Enow ye thai the Lord, though he may delay, ' TT.. i- - - - -- - .1 1 1 1 J ' ' . I- i. Hwtfe lui uio aaaa gTeiaa uay The terrible "woe," of whose solemn weight' 1 No mortal can know tUl the pearly gate "" Is dosed, aad all with one accord Acknowledge the justice of their reward. 1 : : ' il-. "Dose Was a Fine Skeem r i Fort Wayne SehtineLy - A man wandered down Calhoun street last night and approaching Irey's groce ry store asked of the" proprietor: ! t; - Yoo got some greens, don't it?? : , "Greens? Yes, sir.' " m v' j::!s You got rooting bakers?' r i l .,.. ' "Rutabagas ?! 1 Yes, sir ; how ? many Will yOU bave?" .i.'t! I - ;:t;li ;'Got some little red blates mit green topsT' s''-fi ft! '!' f n( 1.) a. . "Bed plates with green tops? toe cuina store up town. r ; . - r;sfD6n't gbr&oiiTCief feoH&lalesT Guess it was better of you got some ; guess you was a liar. - Yich you call dose ?" .. : 'Those ? Why those are radishes." 1 "Red dishesdot's vot I said. Say, maybe I got some letters of yon tomor row. Yon got it ?"- :! : ! "Letters ? There are no letters for vou; you must Inquire at the post-of- fice." i 5 "I '::- ' " "Ankwire mit de bostofflce for letters? Dose was a fine skeemsi - I vas up town and went auf a bake shop and vant some bums, : and de man 1 said, 'Get out, you olt bum, or I'll fire you troo de d6or.' " ' "You should have said buns.' H " i't'Buujs ? Dot's vat I said and den I comes i and-, vants some red 'dishes, und yoa dell 'me to go auf a china store; I vant some letters to eat und you say go mit de bostofflcei-: I bgspect of I vant some beats you told me to go to the sta tion i house 'I tell ;you vot I do yoa can go to de tyfel. Of yoa vas a nice man I want some Injuns and cowcum- pers, and blenty dings, but 1 guess i go to 'de drag store und buy a brick and beddles rat pixen." f ' .. ";;.!.! '': '' . rn Never Marry Yon, Sir,!, , ': i-';." '(Perry Home JooraaL) '! In Crawford Connty.not far from Fort Valley, ' last' weekj a young gentleman was to bave been married to a very esti mable young lady. The Invited guests bad ' assembled to witness the ceremony and participate in the lestivity of tbe oc casion ; the clergyman who was to make the couple a happy pair was present ready to perform his part ; the table was spread with the usual dainties ) the bride with a throbbing heart anxiously await ed tbe arrival 1 of ber betrothed. At a tardy hour he came. His appearance told too well that he' bad broken tbe pledge' that he bad so seilously and sin cerely vowed to keep to drink no more. Tbe firm and resolute young maid rose to ber feet, and with an invincible deter mination ; spoke in words tod plainly to be misunderstood i "I'll never marry you, sir!" uonsiernauon ana confusion ensued. Friends interceded and earnest ly besought the yonng woman to retract the words which were so ' fatal to her conjugal felicity,the bridegroom pleaded with all the vehemence and eloquence ot a hopeful lover, but still the ma!d would baVe her will, and said nav. 'one board- ed the train a day or two later for South west Georgia, and took tier bridal tour without the would-be bridegroom. . ;! "Think av Minute First." (Hafper's Weekly.) Apropos : of the sayings of the little ones, I am reminded of an incident which touched me very much at the time, and may And a responsive chotd in tbe hearts Of some wbo are parents.' I was sitting on my porch on a pleasant summer mor ning when np runs little five-year-old Bell, Intent on a visit to a playmate across tbe way. "Papa," she asks, 'may I go over and play with Carrie awhile ?" and tben.as she seemed to discern a dis sent 1 in my fsc, she put her little rose bud Hps to - mine ! and quickly added : "Pleaee don't ' say bo ; think a minute first." Was there ever a more charming protest against a hasty and inconsiderate answer ? Of course the little girl had ber wish. We are, perhaps, all too ready thoughtlessly to deny many ot the re quests of the little ones things that seem trifling to us, but are everything to them. And when their little appeals come, before letting the "no" rise too quickly to our lips, let us think a min- ate..' ' - i Tbe Utica Ubserver, observing rows of yonng men at Church doors on Sunday evenings, calls them "dandy lines." Are tbey there just for greens r . . - Always besf when rare family broils. A man Who owns a food nil well ia said $o)ive on the fat of. the land. , . ' ' " N4 matter how great a philosopher a man may be, he can never withstand the temptation to kick an empty torn at j can. Itiseetimated that Kansas will increase its population 250,000 this year and Colorado, I5&.000 which will . just about double the population oi the' latter. "Pf,'dCd yon. ever see so .thin a wo man ai thstjrerore ?" ""Thin ?' said the otheY! .'VBotherasfieh I'I seen a .woman as thltvaauro of her put together, so 1 have.-V';;:-i ' ' t t.-.-'i-, A' fashion' note says: "Young -girls just entering their teens are given rlres ses very like their older Bisters." , Yes, wear their sisters old clothes made over. ''C1"'- - 1 ' ':1 -; What a feeling of relief comes over i woman as she enters a church and disco v ers that her neighbor's wife has the same feather on ber spring hat that she wore laBt season. ....... 4 ; . , ' , .At the old Adams homestead , in Qutn cy, Massachusetts, there is ft room tbat is preserved in the condition in which it was left bv Lifayet'e, who was the guest oi jonn atney. .Adams...-: .-, t . .. u ' Mostof us spend our lires in reeret ting the past, complaining of the present, and indulging false hopes of the future, when it would be vastly . better 1o cut pole dig some bait and go fishing. . A young man went iot a restaurant the other day, and remarking that "Time is money," he added that, as he bad ' a half-hour to spare, if tbe proprietor was willing, he'd take it out In pie.- ; 1 -' " He was about to kiss her when sudden ly he drew back in evident alarm ' Oh George, what is it ?" said she anxiously, "Onions," was all the replv be made as ne gi wed on in tbe. moonlight. , vi'Does your sister Annie ever say any thing about me. Sissy ?" asked an anx ions lover of a little girl. , , .Yes,", was tbe reply ; be said if you had rockers on ypar shoes they d make ft nice cradle for mydQii.7,.. ,M. , . a young man. may ao a great, many rooiisn things, but he will never wear pair of white pantiloons to a picnic but once. He will never forget the j large aoonnt of fun he didn't have on the first occasion. 7";i ;,-1 .;..;.- ,-m:i,l-.t: n ; ' An Ohld lady says that, as for girls marrying men on Small salaries, much depend! on circumstances. If a girl is brought up t3 do all kinds of work, and to. " - " ' la fit fas 5- A Michigan lady Is Mamnsed 'at the argument, pro and conjalio wing the men to smoke in the house. Now I never saw a man who did not 'smoke in his own house if he pleased, so I presume the wo men all allow It.", ; v ' : ; . ."Do the dying suffer pain ?". Is a ques tion that is being considerably discussed by scientific rnen. We don't know about the dying, hut we do know that the living suffer" pavin', particularly if it is paying a subscription to a newspaper.', ;; , , ., '.'I'm infernally disgusted with my wife that's ;the Jong and , short. , of it." "What's, wrong now?.; Has she .been kicking-up any new. capers?" "No; I wouldn't stand that; but she, keeps on re peatingallhetpldpnes;:ts,; Mflr A lady who was suffering . under, a slight Indisposition told her husband that it . was.' with .' the greatest '.difficulty '.she could breathe, and the .'effort distressed her exceedingly. J( I ( wouldn't try, my dear "t "be soothingly responded. .' '. People often complain of bard times from a mere natural tendency, to. growl, but a Georgia darkey, tbe -other .day. said: "Nebber seed such times since-1 been born. Work all day and steal all nigbt, and blessed if I hardly make a llVin. :i: i:; ' ". ! il ; -; '.- i A' lisping boy was ont In the back yard pounding on a tin pan. -Tbe father came tired and sullen, and being disturb ed by the noise, cried out: "What is turned loose in the back yard, a wild ani mal ?" ! The little follow replied, "Yetb, thlr, it's a pan thir," ' :' f 'r " A rustic bridegroom was compliment ed by one of his acquaintances on the charming appearance of his bride. "She has ne most lovely color. 1 nave. ever seen." remarked the friend. "Yes. it ought to be good," pensively replied the eroom : "she paid a dollar for just a lit tle bit of, it in a saucer.".' j ;V , ' ' Such is the formidable antagonism d the sexes tbat a chance to give a Roland r or an Oliver is , never i lost "Pon't you think that a eood likenesa of me? said a pretty wife to ber small fraction of her self called her husband. "Very good." was tbe reply, "except that there is a lit tle too much repose about the mouto, '.. :- James Palmer went into an 'nnderta- ker's shop at Biverton, Vs., and got measured for a coffin, -which he said was for a-man exactly-his size. "Have it readv this afternoon." he said, "for the corpse will be ready by tbat time." Then he went to ft railroad track bear by, lay down on it, and Jet tbe train run over hlm.; i-., n,: ) ; :' ! i,- 'C - -; The practice of washing sheep before shearing is very disagreeable, and is . un necessary. Nothing is sained in - tbe price of the wool in fact, the usaal de duction made by wool buyers lor un washed wool leaves an advantage with the seller. The practice is dangerous to health of both men and sheep, and may well be ftbouebed. ?.-ii; u :'.. ; An unfeeling correspondent recom mends the cruel method of splitting the tongue of a cow that sucks herself. Bath er than adopt this barbarous , treatment ment we would dry the cow and fatten and sell her for beef We have pub lisbed better remedies ; than thiB, and herewith give another.. : Make a bridle with a medium size wire Tor a bit, ana fasten it upon the head of your self-sack' ing cow and she will quit the habit . An old-fashioned minister passing i fashionable church, not long ago, on which ft new spire was going up, was asked ho much hleber It was to be. "Not much," be answered; "that con gregation don't own much higher in that direction.' . (Too often tbe height of the steeple. is the height of the church's am bition and all below it belongs to the sheriff or the creditors. v jr.r v "f : i H ft ? . '... ;r'f.'r. Followlnff "Glneral Pickett. ' I . I ; , (Detroit Free Prese. ft A dusty, grizzlyrCrippled man of fifty, leaning a good share of his weight on a cane when he Walked, .sat on the postof-. flee steps yesterday . while he ate a dry crust v of bread. - He was nibbling away trying to i find .the' soft, side, when be looked np and saw that he was watched. "Say, Yank, whit do von jcalLthis stuff F he called ont as be chewed away. vYVelljdry bread isn much of a meal,' ,jrriM-jjc ailoifCU.; a... .u ' ' ft V A MMaBBAa ' ja".'? - . 'jr. , kbatTaofibut wneaaHSnsareJow the commissary wagon IntBeTreaf, you've got to flu up on the best you have. I lve been camping . longside of dry bread and water for a whole month,' "Going anywhere ? - " ! ?. "I reckon. Tin alius goin somewhar and never gittln' -thftr. I On the tramp?". "Kinder .though I call it On tbe marcb. You see I got flanked by bard times.and I'm changin' my, base. I'm looking for risin' ground now on which to form a new ' battlr-litte.' I've got a brother out here in Kent County, and I'm marching that way." " n.-y v ;. j "Yoa were in the war?" " ' ,f "Wasn't 1 1 Can't 1 abet my eyes and see jiat bow Gineral Pickett looked when be led us agin your Second Corps down at Gettysburg on the 3d or July I Wasn't it'bilin' down thar that day! Wo or! but" how one of ns got back be hind Wright's brigade alive is more than I kin tell!" ' " V-'-"?-' f.wi-. . ' So you were under Pickett?' " -i "Bight under Gineral ' Pickett, and 1 kin see the lay of the ground on that day aS plain as that 'ere boss. If I'd bin lay in' back tinder the wagons tbat day I wouldn't 'net got two bullets in me nor bin jabbed with ft bayonet.!1 Lord, stran ger, - but I thought I was ft goner In that fi jht ! I can't talk about it 'thout chills sweepio' up my back." ' "' l-nrm .- ; "Yes, It was hot." f-.' -.-nt.-"Holt Well,' when thirty-nine men out of a company of fifty are killed dead and six of the other Meven wounded yoa may reckon somebody was tryin' tojhnrt we f una 1 It was about 4 o'clock In- the afternoori." All odr guns had bin boom in' away for . three hours to break the Fed. center, ' and Pickett was to lead us as a stormin' psrtv. 1 Toe regiments fell in like clock work, lots of tbe boys look in' awful white around the gills, and no one bat' the; officers speakin' ' above a whisper. f' We knew we7 werd goin tC charge rifle pits and old vets behind 'em, and that lots of as were goin over to the .F,niQ'Patwrrr, road tn aiaw thar fnaagnr. tfa tnaasd th ft list Iff with X lank dfintemptrgTaspediarie firmer gnpi and saidf - it;-- '' "nckett led, and behind us were Pet- tlgrew's 'men.' 4 Attention t "Forward! And we went down ia steady lines, every company -dressed as if on parade, and every body waitrn' for tbe ball to open. Boom ! Boom 1 :i You nns opened on us witb forty cannons, all booming at once, and it was awful, sir, to hear the scream- in' of grape and cannister. It tore men to pieces and sent their blood spirting on all -sides. It took off legs aad arms, and the' poor fellows shrieked in awful sgony. March t March 1 and .by end by- we rushed at the guna with a yell.- Behind 'em were the rifle-pits,aad behind were fines of blue elxoreightideep. Slch ft roar 1 Sich screams and yells and shrieks ! ' Stranger, ' I : believe I got Just as near old Satan's headquarters tbat day! as a live man can!"-! ' ' ' !-. i :! "And yoa were driven back ?'v ; r t "Yes.but the ground was covered with dead men first. They lay thar in heaps. We trod on 'em as we surged up and fell back, add tbe wounded driven to mad ness caught at our legs or struck at as as we passed.' : We were among toe guns when I got tb's bullet in the shoulder- Down I . went, and I got this one in the leg.-1 1 was hangln' to the wheel of a gun and pulltn' myseit up, wnensomep body chucked a bayonet into me, and that laid me, and it was months before I got out." ' ..-w; :,..- "And nowr"'tr i-v A.-- "Well. 1 dunno.1 ain't of much ac count, bat mebbe . sutbin 7. will turn up bv-andibv-i ,1'm marcbitWiOn to see my broiher, snd . like enough I'll go Into camp out thar." ,v -,. . , "And forget your battles ? 'ForgitnothinM You uns and we nns are all. right now no more war to ever come between us, but i d rattier losetms riffht arm than, to forgit bow Gineral nckett looked tbat day as nve tnonsana men behind him marched down to death. If ve foueht on the Union aide I'll di vide my crusts with ye and give ye the bieeest half of my bed, out wnen ye keep step with ft man down to the jaws of death, and go back alone; if ye ever forgit bim ye are ft woin xnai s me, stranger, and now attention I File riffht march !" And he . moved ftway with slow and painful Step, to pitch bis tent again when bis old wounds ached.. . ,: ,,- . Recipe lor Making a IdTe Tovrn. ; .1. Sell your building iots at reasons ble prices. . 2. If you can afford to do so, donate a bnillinz lot for aome large business enterprise, and thereby, enhance the val ue of town property. .. i,, 3. Induce business men: to -locate, in your own town. . :i: t , 4. Patronize tne business men pi your own town. ,- f , t--.-i t. 5. Always -sum up your expenses when you visit plates outside of your own town to buy goods. ., A 6. Speak well of worthy public enter prise. , ; ;. ,.:. , :j..,.: . - . 7. If any thing should be undertaken that may be of benefit to the town, do not speak ill of it to others because you happen to be prejudiced against it. . . 8. Speak well, to atringers ,of your town and its people. ..-. : . . 9. If you have a surplus of money do not Invest it in far off speculation, but give yourself and your town the benefit of it by establishing some profitable fac tory. , u:..::7 .. .. - , . '., ... ,10. Encourage your local newspaper by subscribing for, advertising and pay. ing for it.; .,. ! ,: - ' ? r.--'; , ;..; '.-. ' ' ' . "And tbe iron entered my sole," said Grayhead as be ; pulled tbe ; ou) of tbo, bottop Pi fil BMj?per 1. - .-. ' ft.-; v it jil noil- Connecticut people cailirMsddt'ot" ter.!?.t-i 'it 4:.- cm evi What the- country wantsBaiamsf borders.-. f'tl'iSi V-J aiaiatiaf The palm is n6w aocordpio,;tej bji fan. -:.., .:--;-'Avti?4 8,v ?.it.i,i .,( i Letters of ptark notes, f igne with . ;a vw,,,i .' .. ..j. - la i Winter. says', 'i Kevaifapsner, "is j na oftoe anrnmai with an fti1d f '' f' ( A.mixed'np boy askefoitstteu-flepf bake oi . loafer's bread ' l An ancient way 6"TOv" a maa.io sicrrryft8 stoning niia w tj,2aur,Tr- . A. Quaker never does aaything ncura ly well, buiTaftdly-ey er. iw h '. The postage stamp, savs the New. Or leans Picayune, knows its place after 'it bas been ucked once.' ' w ' The free lunch levels rank JSVuJ fir ham Picayune.. If y oa mean the buttert ., ' - . ' ' - '. :. '.-u'f.'. p't ' ri . ' -j, 1 ; The .new summer bonbet turns . the beads of 'every . woman that r does nv wparit ...vu.Ji' J... ! ("Stand up and tell the truth like a lit tie bell punch," is the .latest addition: to the phraseology of alang.---; ii-.?;v,:vU It was alter Luna had passed ber- first quarter that she was referred to as the "ailver moon" Weekly Item. U-. n-r. Marriage," observed jSomebody',- "is no even game. ' It's a tie," A beau knot of course.' ' v ' : ' '-': .'rm: " think 1 1 jenovr" 4 yodr , pliiz, as the boub louuiaiu remaraea i) tae opposition fountain next door.' 4 .' 7" ; ' . '.' " .Puffing a boitle ,or gin V.bittera.' 'as"'. a meaictnetis a serious naderUking for, a r A cb ild without legs has just been born Tbank Heaven IV said, the , weeping, la ther, "Tii wilt never be a champion per destnan !,;,?.,.; ,,.:;,.) j.-j.., ; ' A farmer on the shores of Lake On-i tario bas bad nine acres wanhed away in twenty -years, He- is evidently losing ; ...... .. ....;.... r . . w The Cincinnati Sunday Nigbt Informs "Young Farmer" -that it caonot'tell Aim "bow to cure a hsm' unless he tnforsi it what ails the ham.rvafii'i- u -'n 'i in- ' A good name is' rather io' he ctiose uiau kicb iiuuce, bs auo . uuuaaeepef ni- marked when be adopted bis employer's autograph. - " V f- .u.j .- .. The world is made,up of two kinds' o people those wbo work and those who spend all their time fia getting ready t4 .When a boy sees a nice,' round.smooth, stone lying on tbe prouod bo always jiiiuaj tieauajpean jtaat .tbere isn t that Cincinnati murders more music than pigs; ' .but there is one comfoit she doesn't pack and send it abroad, v. J The Bingharnpton Republican ten's ot an old lady who can t see why base bal players change pitchers" so ioftenZ . Sbe thinks they ought to get one that would hold enough in the first place. Ml .ec.-. ' A great many people are' golng over td examine the effete monarchies or JCorope this season. ' Some of them ' Witt 'go' out in the first cabin and come back ' in' the steerage.'' "I "i:'1"v' .iy ' Circumstinces alter' cases. ; . The man who is on the train thinks . it Ufries1 t6o long at way stitionsj not'so ' the pre Who IS a naif a diocs away ana coming rapia ly towards it when the whistle taotl.' "Whoso sheddeth man's blood by man shall his blood ba shed,," ,,. We, command tbia passage' particularly to the notice , of tbat sweet little bitter cup, we moaqoito. - Under the headline "Amuslng.'l ; Pap- lie Opinion prints the following rem London Fan. II London is the. weaunit est city in the world; which ia- poorest ? Imoecunio-iify." ; And yet Mark; Twain says there is no humor in Eogland-m rnf Wheft a man is standing with one foot on a truck and the other on a case on the sidewalk, snd the hone suddenly statu and eanees him to open like 1 a pair of shears, the rapidity with wbicn be can t decide what to do is one of the most In soluble phenomena of human nature.- M ; ;-' .4 in- ns)i ii 'i.'i.'.. i A Modest Man. ja f! w k. Theraceisnot."ftlwsy8otJie swift, nor the battle to the Btrorjg, nor is it the man with the largest mouth, who gets the most favors in tbfsllwprld. The other morning a very quiet stranger, entered a real estate office on $ris wpjd street and softly asked if.be could use. a blotting pad a moment, , , Une, was banded bin, and be sat down to a table, looked around and said : . Ah 1 thanks, but have yoa pen nd Ink?" .Tbey were furnish ed him. : He tried tbe pen on : the pad, shook the ink around, and modestly con- tinned: "If you could spare a sheet of paper ?" A sheet was banded mm. .tie wrote a brief letter, folded it. up, and whispered t "I aball have to beg aa en velope of yoa."- An envelope was pass ed over, and when be had directed, it be looked all over tbe table, under the ta ble, np at the ceiling and inquired :,"You couldn't lend, me a stamp, could yon?;' A three-center was banded out and when it bad been licked on the stranger rose and started .oni'. saying ; "As yoa have no office boy I suppose I shall , have tq take this letter to the bfliceinyselfc, The Train Boy Got Even with Once. An ' amusicg incident ' occurred last week on the Pennsylvania road upon ft train lateen with emigrants coming west; ward. After tbe tram leu wesson, uon ductor Vick went through the cars td collect tickets, being closely followed by the candy-boy, who left with each' pas senger ft box or "teaoerry aots:' sna s pretty package brckkea, intending to return in a few minutes 'and take them again if the travelers did "not ' Wish to buy.' He was so mad that he wanted to kill somebody when be re-entered one of the rear cars and saw the cakes 'snd candy rapidly disappearing down tbe throats of the hungry emigrants, many of whom had already, ended their repast and thrown tbe empty poxes out ' or. tne window." He demanded psy i for- the sweetmeats, but the foreigners,- who had taken it for granted that the smiling con ductor was treating them to a free luncb, and bad hie water ;boy along to carry the pood thincs. couldnt be made to un derstand the true state of affairs,' and only grinned and replied, "Nichts Vers- tepe, jnawgrtpow ownin, iThebimple melody, of sacred son im obtained '. Vietofie"1hst tbt finoat bUl eerice cxmld no have'won, for it is WTw n ine only key. to? hardened beart.,;; i iln.one of tbetospitals of Rlinbnwb;.. lay ;,ound,ed Scottish: soldier.-Tbe surgeons lhad, done all tbey couldXor bim.- He bad been told be mnsrdie.- v He. had a contempt of death and prided ' , ; a rongn ana wicRea lire witb none " bnLeJ11''8QClCea; taUildBle4'.Aif3iS , si bin ties and made profanity an.dj.scbrn his wceed natufev To heaf-hin fipeak.w one" would have thouarht he had no , . ... . . - - - LhD" lyMiarxr'-pfj cn P"" -TT? "tr i -r. . - t 4 I" ' . j iBiwu us o uespvse it.. : iui r " ' .1 . A noble gentle-hearted man came . to . , . t . a a - see tbe dvmg soldier, he addressed him with kind inquiries-alked, (to Jlm tenderly rof bei.liie f b,eyond.iiieatlrn'cl offered spiritual counsel. "Bat the sick nan vtaiH n .HAntmn am MjkAvum U bluntly told him that he did not want any reliajous conversation. , "Yoa will let me praylo yoa will yoff not?" said the man at length. "No I know bow to die withont the . help bf irellgon.M 1 And he ''tuTnedBs face tb the wall' ".Ut m.) sr ! Farther;. j conversation r, could ,Ao,MtX good and the man did, not attempt IL . But he was' not discouraged. After a mnmant'i a!lpnra ha haann n"1iiAr ItVC moment b suenca ne oegun to Bpg ;tne ' old hymn so faniiliaYand so dear to ev er'y 'congregation ia1 Scotland f ' . 31 '' "-metier dear' Jeraealsm'X-. ' lrffl Old ! efy'i CiD0thedear Jernlem;'Jt' "'crr M .WhMahaUI'oometothee?i rtwf.i h He had a pleasant voice and the wwdav and melody were sweet and, touching a be sung them,. Pretty soon tbe soldier turned hv, face again,; . But its hardened expreasion, bad ill gone.. .-T ' ' ,-nno taugm you mat r; ne ssxea when 'the'hymn was done.' 1 , V" ' MyeBotbfJr.n'n m w'A- ufT iril . "So did .'toinev . Ilearned ;iti ofjberVj when I was s child and I , used to sing L with ber " And there were tears in the man'a ev""- ' !'1'; The Ice was thawed awav. It'waV easy to Talk with hiriTrio. -The , words of Jesus entered In where the bymB bad opened the floor. Weeping snd d With fa hongryi heart he listened to the Chrisi llln. tbrkflffhta ff Aamlh mnA in feta taait momenta to his mother's , God ' and' the ainber's4 Friend: PobVi CtwoaaiW.'' ' $ the ftabaaTdinqerbr the New 'iforV Chamber bl C&mmeffjC Mr.' Joaeph H? Choate resoondad to? the -toast fBarrriM and Bar blessed aea the peacemakers, believe thta. harfa- 'nfjaerchanta rh ' toe iusuueionrxnat i MseTT-JSeft- h.'ll.a;ha. taai:a4rW ' you," and so the lawyers will: always U vour sure, and steadfast companions,- Lord Bapon who, was one of the, great , est lawyers of his day,' said 'that every man owes a 'debt to bis' profession!,1" but I think that can h emended 3o5 behalf of tbe lawyers. Every man owes ajdoly , to our rof ession, , and aom, time be . tween the cradle and tbe grave be must . acknowledge, the' liabilify and ' pay 1 the) flebl." Why, "gentlemeej yon can toot iiaaj wiwoe inwyersy ana -cenainiy "yoej can not die wlthootetbem. It was one of , the Weat members, of onr profession who had, haannlun hia naMics for. Ku. i . . eTJa . , : j i a . .aj rope nut laiu-n. io gu, ana lur an "XH1"'; ballon said, 'Yes ' he had intended to go, bat one of bid rich clients had died and ! . k M . . a L ' ' , he was afraid if be had gone across tbd Atlantic tbe, heirs would have got all the property.VH Laughter-, .When, toplf around, a this solid body of (merchants, al) this heaped np and idle capital, lieve that the fortunes of the bar areye at the beginning GenUemen,the fiture is all before us, rWt have no sympathy with , Communism, but like the f Commpr nlats wehave , everything .tO"galpi and nothing to lose,,, WUh; reference, ,fco the- . L.LI. ' 1 , . . L . . rviBKaauta, fiuraaviimgy,. yj, ; a,o 'Blessed are the pescemakars,' I; bcliere that ia trna, , I believe that if yea -de-vote yonrselvea assiduously, and .long enough, ,to;ose, profession, that wuji.e, sult in perfect peace.., For .von, never knew of s auit, if it was prosecuted vig orously enQpgh, at the end; whereAhere was any wing left ror tne parties to qaar- rel bver:' I will take my seat, exbbrtfng yoa to do justice to the profession Of the bar. ,1 a i ! ,! :Ui i ,i, -,!i ra-if mil ni v-v, .r- ; - r-fl . She Changed Her Mind. .1! Wit .-..il It was plain enongh to all other pas sengers Kn-the ferryboat tbat they', two were for love and 1 engaged,"yet tne gtri seemed to doubt his fervor, just -ft' Iftda. Tberefore.as the boat reached aid-stream . she leaned over and tenderly said t wU wJohnbie, ram going to testi'yoer - love. ' I am going to Jump overboard and if yoa really love me I ' know yenll ... jump after me and save me. : ' 1 1 " '"Yes, I'll jamp after yon," he slow! replied, bnt, but -v.i s !3 : ii.m v "But what, jonnnie f kV '' ..i But If I were yoa I'd take off nry shoes first. ' Just the minute tbey baol yon but of the -water every woman lb this crowd win rush to see wanner yon wear Nrr."2,B orNolr,8, and if yoa are ia , your 'stocking feet i they caa't get the sizei.j j ?: The irirl drew ber feet ander the clislr, sighed once or twice end did not regain ber old enthusiasm until the hoy 'came alonwithpeanuM.Mii'' 'n;-r xa "I ; r .j;,,, mm ' un'l 'Mark Twain's HoteL n-.r.ti-t ay Ravtaff rrttentlv nened a haahsrv. i send you my rules and regalations : m rni .This house will be strictly , intemperr , None but the brave deserves the Tare. "' Persons owing bills far board will he horded for bills. tl -; .it ;;r!Ua .r Boarders who do not wish to pay in, ad vance are requested to advance and pay. , , Boarers , are requested to wait on the cooks for meals. c ' - Street will be nightly changed, once in. six months, or more if necessary.). t Double, boarders can have two 1beda with a rpqxn In it, as they choose. , ' ; . Boardera are requested t3 puB 6a thefr boots If they can conveniently do so.' ni -K Beds Wltb Or without bugs. ' -i hai Ait mobeys or other i valaabka art to be left with the, proprietor, . This, is ia alsted npon, as be will oa wid rusponsi&it fnr nn rvlrta Irtaset'