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TROPES 5I0NAL CARD S LAURIE J. BLAKELY ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. United States Commissioner. Ridgway. or Reiizinger P. 0. Elk Co, Pa., . SOUTHER & WILLIS . Attorney's at Law. Ridgway Elk coun ty Pa., will attend to all professional business promptly. k "TtTTtTx" G II a r. L ATTORNEY AT LAW Fidgwav i;lk County Penna T T. A B R AMR, Attorney at Law LOCK Ilk VEX. PA. Dr7 W B H VLTHL "3 .s r. ,V.4tf S ELK CO . PA. Lnt of the Army of the Potomac! W3TP irMcnhir at'cntion given to all raes of surgical nature. DR. W. JAMES BLAKELyT M Mary's Mk Tonnty Pa. DR W. W. SHAW i Practices Medicines fcSurgery Ceulrevillc Klk Co. Pa. DR J S BORDWEL L Eclectic Physician (Lately of ITatren county Pa.") Will promptly answer ell professional calls by night or ilay. Residence one, floor Eat of the late residence of Hon. J. L. Gillis. R. C. R. Ear ley, Kersey Will attend to nil July 21, 1861. Elk call night or day. DH A S. HILL. Kersey, Elk County Pennsylvania. Will promptly answer all professional ealls, by night or day. HOTEL CARDS? ST MARY'S 110TFL. St Mary'. E'k County Pean'a. 2 E Wellendorf Proprietor. (."i'.iiii house is new auJ fitted up with e.-q.-i-cail cars, lor ilie convenience and codb-fui-i of imcss-.s. ni Moderate rules. FUEii II.VClv, to and from the Depot." JtS7GnoD Si'ahuno Attached."! FRED. KORB'8 Hagta Hotel Luther-burg, Cleirfiiud County Pa. (iSrFra Irick Korb Proprietor hav. i.ng huiit a Urge and commodious house is now prepared to cater to the wants of the traveling public. Luthersbur;:. July lf.th IPG!. ly. " L U TJIER S7' r-'i G HOVE L, Luthersburg Clearfield County Pi;una, VILLIAM SfTTWEM. Proprietor. I.M l .Tu! nh isfii. tf. Corner of Paoh Street and the Buffalo Road, h u l r a . ENOS 3. HOYT, Proprietor . , , fiSyl lus House is new ana urea up 1 with e nccial care for the convaniecea and comfort of guests, at moder 1 raset. rr3?",lclOI) HIMll.lSfl TACH" EXCUANijf. HO'i'Ki., Jiihprni. Elk minify Ph., DAVID THAYER, Prop'r. BTlii house is pleMfinily iiumed on the lantt of the OlBrkn. inttie lower end of the town, is well provided with house, rnn n .ml .nWinf. nnd the proprietor will nare no dins to ven ler the stay of his enit3 pleasnTitnnd apreeable. Ridairay Juy 28, 1860. ii v n k HOUR K HOYINGTO N & .MOORE, Proprietoi'3 1'idgway 1 Ik County Penna. CLEARFIELD HOUSE, Cobser of Market am Water ST't Clearled Pa GEO. N CO LB URN, Provrietoii MH'ti ii vi: E. W. BIG ON Y, Proprietor. Omnibus running to aud from the Depot free of charge. "bTj 's f T ess caTTds jboh cm 1 1- Mi:si:Gi:it imi aaiTs, Dealers in Drugs and rhemicnls, PAINTS. OILS AND VAKMSII. Perfumery k Toilet Articles & .Stationary. Uidwiy. Ek Coiinly Prima. Kidu'way Markets. Corrected weeekly: Apples, (dry) -j9 bus'iel - Buckwheat " ' Beans, " " . Butter " tb - Beef " ' . Boards " M. Corn " bushel Flour " Lbl. Hidei " lb Hay " ton OaU bu. Wheat " " Ilv " " Shingle " M. E"" " dozen Ilanu " ft ?i 4 00 1 1 50 4 00 43, 10I5 SO 00 1 11 60 00 03 00 1)0 50 75 50 50 25 15 1 P. W. BARRETT Editor INDEPENDENT VOL. 6 1860 18G6 1 aAurnirf&- )niLADELPIIIA k ERIE RAIL J UOAD. This great line traverses the Northern and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on Lake Eric. It has been leased by the enmylva via had Road Company, and is opera ed by them . Its entire length w;'s opened for pas senger and freight business, October 17th, 18(U. TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT RIDGiV AY. Leave Eastward. Erie Mail Train 8 Erie Express Train i Li'arr Westward. Erie Mail Train 1 1 .19 a. 57 p. 37 a.m. 10 p. m without Erie Express Train 10 I'nssenirer cars run through change both ways between Philadelphia and Erie. NEW YORK CONNECTION. Leave New York at 6.00 p. m., Arrive at Erie 3 37 a. tn. Leave Erie at 1.55 p. tu., arrive at New couple. As Mr. Devil and the neighbor York 1.15 p.m. were very particular friends, they needs Eleoknt Sleeping Cars on Express stl))l on the way and chat a little. Trains both w ays between Williamsport . -Good morning, sir," said she. "and snd Baltimore, aud Williamsport and pray what on earth makes you look so Philadelphia. j bad this morning ? Isn't the controver- For information respecting Passenger hy between ull the churches doing ser tmsiuess apply at the S. E. corner 3uth viee ?" and Market Sts And for Fnight busiuessof the Com pany's Agents: S. B. Kingston, Jr. Cor. 13tU and Market Sts." Philadelphia. J. SV. Reynolds Erie. W. Brown, Agent N. C. R. It. Pal imore. II. II. IIot'STON, Grn'I. Freight Aj"t. Phi'a. II. W. GwTNsr.u, Gfti'l. Tirhrt A'jl. Phil' a. ALrnED L. TVLF.lt. General Supt. Wms't. Dealer in Cl (thing, Hats, & Moil's Furnishing Goods WAT Kit SI KEl'.T. Lock Haves, Clinion Co., I'a. A I) O .P II Centre iiRe . IU T t M M county I'a. 8 General Manufacturer of Wagons. Ruggies &C-ALSO Furniture, eiich as Bureaus, Tables. Ptanos Bedsfads and Chairs. All kind of Repairin done at ! reasonable rate. i "1 T00R1IEAD MOORIIEAD IIOT SE, Main St Rrookvillo Pa., C. N. Krctz. Prop'i This house bus been refitted and furnish ed in a neat style, and is every way adapted to the wants of the public. I W. J. BLAKELY, Bookseller Stationer and deal er in fancy articles ! Post Office Buildiug, Centre Street. St. Mary's, Elk county. Pa. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Vrrtideiit Jrnhje. Hon. R. G White, Wellsborough. Anxorifite Judiji s, Hon. V. S, Broekway, Jay tp. Hon. E. . Sehultze, St. Mary's- Sheriff. P. W. Hays', Ridgway Piot fif notary, lifQ. nd Rec. Georgu Ed. Weis, Ridgway District Atiorury, L. J. Blakely Ridgway Tnaturer, Charles Luhr. St. Mary's I County Surveyor, George Walmsley, St. Marys ' commixitnter, CharlosWeis. St. Mary's i Geo. Dickinson, Ridgway. 1 Joseph W.Taylor, Fox. i A'lditolt, R. T. Kyler, Fox ' Jacob McCauley. For. ! II. I). Derr ' Benczett WHISKERS ! WHISKERS! Do vou want Whiskers or Moustaches? Our Grecian comnound will forcetheni to grow ou the smoothest face orclnn,, or hair ou bald heads, in Six weeks, Price, 1,00. Sent by mail tny where closely sealed, on receipt ot price. Address, WARNER & O., Box 183 Brooklyn, N. Y. Feb. 25th 'G5. lyi. ""NOTICE. All persons indebted to Ute Firms of C. Luhr & f'o, nnd Fred Siclioening Si Co., tire reqiieHted their accounts by I he 6rsk of July next, either by note or other wise, when the r.woouaii will then be left for immediate collection. Persons indebted to Fred Scheming & Co., will find their ac. eountiat Cenireville until the above stated lime. CHAS. LUHR. - Bt. Vsry's, Msy 16t 185. IIidoway Klk County Penna. MADAM SCANDAL. A long time ago, in the western par, of England, there lived an uged couple whose time passed away since carl youth iu the every day round of farm life, and who had never been known tn have the least ill feeling towards each other, since the time when pood old Parson Harlot bad united them in the holy bonds of wedlock, twenty five years before. So well was the tact of their conjugal haiipiness known that they were spoken of far and near as tho hap niet nair in Enirlaiid. Now the Devil (es'-use the abrupt mention of his name) had been trying for twenty years to cPMtri what is called a "fuss in the fam ily" between these old companions. Put. much to his mortification, ho had not been able to induce the old gentle man to L'l umblo about, breakfast being too late or the old woman to give a sin gle curiaiu lecture. After repeated efforts, the Pevil became discouraged, and had he not been a person of great determination, he would doubtless given the work up in despair. One day as he walked along in a very suily mood after another at tempt to get the old lady to quarrel about the pigs getting into the yard, he met an old ladv. a neighbor of the aged "Yes." Isn't Deacon W. making plenty of bad whiskey ?" "Yes." " ull. what is the matter, my highly honored master ?" "Everything isgoingon well enough," replied the Devil, '-but (and be looked as sour as a monkey on a crab apple tree) old Blueford and his wife over here are injuring the cause terrib v bv their bad example ; and alter trying four years to induce them to do right, I must say U consider them hopeless." The hag stood a moment in deep thought. j "Aic you sure you have tried every way '!" ; -Every way T can think of." "Aieyoii c rtaiu ?" "Y.s." -Well,-' replied hhe, "if you pn uiise to in .ike me a present of a pair of shoes, iu case I succeed, I make tin- attempt iny-el'", and spe will new will if I can raise quarrel between them " To this reasonable request tho Devil gladly assented The old hag went her way to old Blueford's bouse, and found Mis. Blueford busily engaged in petting things ready for her husbaud's comfort on bis return from work. After the uuai compliments had p;.ssed. the fol. lowing dialogue took place : "Well, friend B., you and Mr. B. have lived a long time together." "Five and tweuty years, come No vember.'' said she. "Aud all this imo you have never had a quairel '!" "Not uue." "1 uui truly glad to hear it," contin ued the hag ; "I comider it my duty to warn you, though this it the case, you must not expect it to be always. Have you uot observed that of late Mr. R. has grown pevish and sulleu at times ?" "A very litilo so," observed Mrs. ' Bluelord. "1 kuew it," continued the hag, "and let me warn you to be ou your guard." ".Mrs. IS. did think .-he had better do so, and asked advice us to bow she should manage the case." "Have you not noticed," said the hag, "that your buabuud has a bunch of long harsh hair growing uudcr the chin, side of his throat?" "Yes." "These hairs are the cause of the trouble, und as long us they remain, you bud better louk out. Now us a friend 1 would advise you to cut them off the firs' time you get a chance, and thus end the trouble, und u long us they remain, you hud better look out." Soon alter this, the hag started for home, aud made it convenient to meet Mr. H. on the way. Much the same talk in relation to his domebtic happiness passed between him and the old woman i "But, friend Blueford," said she, "I think it my duty as a Christian, to warn you to be ou your guard, for 1 tell you your wile intends your ruiu." Old Mr. B. was very much astonish ed, yet be could not wholly discredit her words. When he reached home, he threw himself on a bed iu perplexity, und feigning himself asleep, studied the mutter over iu his mind. His wife thtuking this a good opportunity for cut ting off tho obnoxious huir, took her husband's razor, und crept softly to his side. Now the old ludy wus much frightened at holding a razor so close to her husband's neck ; and her hand was not o steady as it ouoe wa ; bo, bo'.weu the two, she went to work very awk- Wt&V nrr TERMS $1 50 per Annum if paid in Advance Saturday March, 3d, IS66. wardly, and pulled the hairs, instead o cutting them off P. opened his eye and there stood his wife with a razor a his throat. After what had been toh 'dm, and seeing this, he jould notdoub but that she intended to murder him ile sprang from the bed with horroi and no explanation or entreaty coul convince hiiu to the contrary. So iron hat time there was jaw. jaw, quarrelling and wrangling ull tho time. With delight tho Devil heard of the success of the faithful emissary, ami Incut hc-r word if she would meet him at the end of tho lane, at a certain time he would pay her the shoes. At the ap pointed time she reparcd to the spot, and found the Devil at the place (Ie put the shoes on a pole, and standing on the opposite side of the fence, banded them over to her. She was much pleas ed with them they were exactly the thing. -Rut there is one thing, Mr. Devil. I would like you to explain; that is, why you hand them to me on a stick ?" "Very easy to explain ; rejdied he. "Any one who has tho cunning and meanness to do as you have done, don't get nearer than twenty feet to me." So saying, be fled in terror. After a while the old woman died, and when she applied for admission to the lower regions, tho Devil would not let her in, for fear she might de dethrone him, as she was so much his superior fcu the old woman is yet con demned to wander over the world, crea ting quarrels and strife in peaceful lam. ilies and neighborhoods. Would you know her name ? It is Madam Scandal. When she died, the little Scaudals wero left or phans, but tho Devil, in consideration of past services done by tho mother, adop. ted them ; and so you see he is father to that respectable class called scandal mongers. Reader, don't you know somo of the family ? ' Brick Pomeroyals"An Un lucky Dutchman- Jlillnicker Mneksnaeker, a leutonic vender of sour kraut, wooden combs, crude cabbage, strippjd mittens, cotton suspenders, and such 'diddle dings," with true patriotic zeal, left his home in La Crosse at the commencement el' the I wur, and enlisted as a sli p grocery keep. : er behind the sutler's tent, on the Po. tomac. Whan ho went away it was the intention ol making soui 'moiiish.'' it it took all summer, and nobody did ho fight it out on this line. How ho done it, is best told as he told it to us ou his return, last week : You see, Mr. Bumroy. der trum beets, and der call coon.s to go to wars mit arms. Ise be patriotic so much as Shen- eral Washbun, Sheneral Cortiss or Shcueral Bangs, or auy deui Shenerals what lives to come home great men. So I bu) some little lings, and gets some bapers from the Wat Committee und goes mit ter poys ter be patriots and sell some little dings and make some inon ish. I kiss my frow five, nineteen dimes, and goes mit der war. I goes to Shambersburg and makes much nionisb. One day I poke my window ' out of mine head to hear the serenade, and dinks of soniedinga, when t see Sthonewall Shaekson mit bis droops un der pig brass band cotuini: down der street playing like ter tylcl ou der brass baud. "Who's bin here since Ish bin goue ?" Dat Sthonewall Shaekson is ter tyful mit fighting, and I puts my mouish iu : uiiue bocket, und mine little papers in ! mine bug, und I goes so quick us never wus to Uettysburg. Lud der l opens some stbore and sells some liddle dings. Und one day I hears men on der horse, back riding dowu dar sthreet like dun der' and den I pokis der winder uuder mine head und looks myself up der sthreet, and der goomes that tyfel Sheu. eral Sthonewal Shaekson, playing dat same older tune as I heard before. "Who's biu here siuce Uh bin gone ?" Den I make mine monish gooms inter mine buckets, uud makes mine bag goome inter mine bapers, uud put mine sighuVm ter pig store ou der corner, so I looses inure goods I had uot got, and dinks I go to Wisconsiu to sec mine vrow as 1 haint seeu deso two years, so lung time as never wash. Den 1 goomes horn t, und knoks und der door, und my vrow she uiuk talk uud tell me "whose der ?" Deu I say "Hillflicker Snicksnacker," uud she kuows dat is mine name, und she tuuke bei otll gooms out of der house, aud give me nine, seven times kiss on mine face so good us never rash. Den Mr. Bumroy, I looks mine eyes, aud I sees some dings ! Aud so I ask mine vrow is shes to be married, why she makes so much grow, when I be goue mit te wars? Und I gits mad as de tylcl, und den I tinks ot dat tamd Sheneral Sthouewull Shaekson uud his pig prass band ; und I sings : "Who's bin here since Ih bin gone ?" And now, Mr. Bumroy, somepody makes trublci mit me, for Ib been gone WW to o NO wo years, und I know some dings. I oes pack mit ter war und sings dat tani ithoncwall Scbacksan song all ter way ?" Ln Vroane ( M.) Dtmocrat JOSH BILLINufON SKATING. Having herd mutch about skating, arks, and the grate amount ov health nid muscle they woz imparting tew the iresent generasliun at u slite advance rom fust cost, I bought a ti;ket aua .vent within the fence. I found the ieo in a very slippery rondishun, covering about 5 akers ov irtyfishul water, which was owned by a stock company, and froze tew order. Upon one side ov the pond waz erck- i-d little roser buildings, where the, 'ellers (kivverod with blushes) hitched , tho magic iron tew their feet. It was a most exsiting scene; the sun waz in the skey the wind waz in the air and the birds ware in the South and the snow waz on the ground ; and the ice lay shivering with a kold ! and angells (ov both genders) fluktu , ated past me pro and con. 2 and fro, i here a little and there a good deal. It was a most exciting scene ; I wan. ted tew holler "Bully," or lay down aud rool over. But i kept in, and asked with glory. Health was pikturd on menny a no- bell brow. Az the femail angells put out ov the poud, side by side with the male angells, it was the most powerfull scene i ever stood behind The long red tape from their nocks swum iu the breeze, and the feather:0' uw moustache, the "look and die in their Jockeys flut tered in the breeze, i expression of bis simpering face his and other things mew much to mention-)' 'stream of sin ill talk, and sundry Muttered in the bnKCza. n .... I more crazy 1 don't think i ever was before iu my life on ice. For 2 long hours i stoud and gazed with duui excitement. I felt like a kanall hoss turned sud- j deuly out tew grass. I didn't kno how tew proceed. Az one of the angells, more sudden than awl the rest, cum flieing down the tiak.o lengths ahed ot her male angel awl eves were iorL'in.' with her heav. enly bust ot speed ; she seemed tew have I cut luce from earth, mid was bound J South, for tho Capo of Good Hope, when awl tew uu.st. with gcrgours swoop in the way ot giving man an unmaniy terrifliek, down crumbling in a limpid '. appearance. The woman who marries heap she went, with squeal terrific; a : one of these flatterers is to be pitied; living lovely mass ov disastrous sVirt for, if she has pay glimmerings i.f com and tapring ankle. nion sense, and a heart under her bodice, Awl gathered around the busted an- she will soon discover that her dainty gell ; but lo ! in a minnitt's space, !r lui.-lr.iud has no more of a man's spirit wings ayiu was plumed, and evry teath- 1 in him than an automatic figure on. a er was in its lawful plase ; and "on she j Savoyard's hand oigaii. But a woman fled, lading like wine thru its buteous worth a true man's love is never caught bluhe.. by such a specimen of ornamcuted hoi. I bad saw enuff more happi ness ! low ware. A eiiMule woman is, in fact, than belonged to me and as i 'sloly j a terror to ' ladies' men," for they are wended back tew mi hum at. the tavern aware that her penetrating eye looks i felt good I through them, and sounds the depth of INCR EDPL1TY 1 'E RSON I F 1 ED. in i:..:.. t i an old man who lias never been off the Island, and the extent of bis knowledge ; . , 1 , ,. ., , ... - r- is bounded by the confines of his home it 1 l iii 1 . .1 He has been told of a war between the i neiu is living ou .'luriuas iiicvarii North and South, but us In ueier heard the din of battle, 1101 sciu un) soldiers, he considered it a 1 J. 1 . , . . is told of his first and only day at school. He was sent, und us the teacher was classifying the school be was Called up in turu uud interrogated us to his for mer studies. Of course he had to say that he bad never been to school, and knew none of his letters. The seln o'mistiess pave him a seat on one side until she bud fin. ish the preliminary examination of the rest of the scholars. She then called him to her and drew on the black board the letter A. told him what it was uud wished him to remember how it looked, lie looked at it a moment aud then in quired (be stuttered :) 'TI-h how do you know it's A ?" The teacher replied that when she was a girl, she had been to fehoul to an old gentleman who told her so. '1 be boy eyed the A for a moment and theu usked, "11 b how did he kuow ?" This wus almost a stunner, but the teacher suddenly recollected that lie had told her that wheu a boy he had been to a shool to a lady, who taught him that it was A. The boy eyed the letter a little longer, wheu he burst out with, "11-h-huw did he know but she 1 1 lied '!" The teacher could not get over this obstacle, an ! the pour boy was scut home as incorrigible. A Bad Fix -Veil, iusht night v. is de vushash never vas. I thought to go down de bill to mine house, out no sooner did 1 valk.de faster I stand still, lor de darkness was fo tick I cood uot stir in mine boots, and de raiu duuder aud blixen ! Iu More'n tree minutes mine tkin vas vet to mine close. But alter one little while stupped quitteu rain rouiediugjso I keep feeling myself all de vy long j und wheu 1 come to I mine own bouse to valk in, vat you tiuk ? It belong to somebody ehe Courtirc; in Eight Styte "Git eout you nasty puppy !et u;u alone, or I'll tell ma !" "xclnimcd Sull to her lovor, George, who sat about ten feet from her pulling dirt out of the jam. "I ain't tcchio you Sal," rospondod George1 "Well perhaps you dou't mean lu nuther, do yer?" ' No, I don't " 'Cause, why, you're to tarnal scarry, you long legged, lantern jawed, subsi ded, pigeon.tocd, gandet-kneck owlt. you ain't got a tarnal bit o'senae; gc, along home with you." 'Now, Sal, I love you, and 1 can't help it,.and cf yon dou't let me stay, and court you, my daddy will sue youru Sot that cow ho sold him 'totber day. By jiugo! ho said he'd do it." "Well, look hero, George, if you want to court me, you'd better do it as a whito man docs that thing not set ther as if you thort I was pizen." "How on arth is that Sal ?" "Why, sidle right up bora aud hug and kiss ine as you really had some bone aud sinuerof a man about you. Do you s'pose a woman's only made to look at. you fool. You know fhey are made for I "practical result," as Kossuth says to i i 1 i . i -l. IKig IIIK1 K1.-3 UIJIl MUO "Well," said George, drawinw a long breath, '-if I must I must, for I do love vou Nil," and G eorge commenced sidliug up to her like a poker going to battle. Laying his arinsgently upon Sal's shoul. dcr, we thought we heard Sal say "Now 7ou begin to pltase me, old hoss; that's acting like a white man. orter." "Oh, Jerusalem and pancakes !'' ex. claimed George, "it this aiu't better than any apple sass ever inarm made, a darn sight. Crackee: buckwheat cakes, slapjacks and lasses ain't nowhere long side of you, Sal Oh, how I ' love you I" Here their lips came together, and the report that followed was like rullini; a ! horse's foot out of the mire. "The Ladies' Man," By his air and guit, the ultra-fashiona- ble stylo of his clothing the killing curl otner signs anu tokens in a piuuiora ui vanitj, and a lack of soul and brain, you may distinguish at a glance, the indivd- j ual who plumes himself a "ladies man His belief in his own irresponsibility is written all over him. Aud to say the truth, your ladies' men have some grounds for their self conceit. It is in. dubilable that girls do sometimes fall in love who look as if they had walked out of a tailor's fashion plates, creatures that by the aid of the various artists who I ootitribuie to tho "make up" of human '. popinjays, have been converted into I superb examples of what art can effect their cmpt.ness M:o knows ttie man i indeed from the trumpery counterfeit, , , , .1. ' .1 1 a,,U .naD0. M"10'1 " fl1"" Z h.r "f JU'"P ? T 1' l rff" wholesome composition. i he ladies , ,,. 1 -.. i,,r.., 1 man shoa d be permitted to live and die , , , , , i ! a 'jaeucior. 111s ucawuu is iu u-iuiw j . , ,. nonsense t,, t .lrl... tliuwl uiul tat-.s. to astuish liard- loax. lie,. ' ... . ... 1 i...... flames us evanescent tuni nannless as tho : Uzz V' ? 6tluU) If, however, ho must needs become a Benedick, let him bo 1 yoked with some vain and silly flirt, his : natural counterpart. So shall the luw ' of Ctucss uot be outraged. I The'Youno Men of the Age. ' Not long since, we saw a tear gathering 1 in the eye ol an old man as ho spoke ot the pat and the present of the time when he burned pine knots upon the rude home and hearth for light to obtain , a scanty education, and compared the ! ten thousand privileges which ure now ! scattered broadcast around every door, i Oh, said be, in tremulous tones, the i vuung men tt this day, do not appreci. i iitu the light ot tin) age they live in. I The words of the old mail made us sad, while at the same time, we felt mortified ' that so many of our young men fail to improve the advantages within their re. c'.i. They are even continually mnit. eriug about their lot, and pushing for positions where they can win thj reward without the sweetening purifying, en nobliiiL; sacrifice of toil. The mist cloud enjoyments of a day, are eagerly sought after, to the conclusion or neglect of the more honorable, intellectual and useful. In truth few of our young men know anything of the value of the privileges arouud them. Love an emotion much written about by uovclists and much dreamed of by sch jnl girls but nearly obsolete in practical life. What is the difference between au accepted and a rejected lover? O.u kisses his miss aud the other misses Lis kiss. The young Ldy's lequtst "mako n;c an offer." '