A v ittlo of .iivcrhiu'.
..XOUii;) Fo.l UsiNlI I'DUVCt!". In
.1 in ur iiciiiboi'iiig towns tlio lads
i m ii mi .u quired llie liabil ol mho.
' . .iiiil le.Mui.ed to I in- luutit. ingenious
;n : , eniceai ttic voice frniu the
. .. :i:r. tu ihey were stieeissftil
until inn) tvc;ii;i;, when the master
caught the in nt il, and stood helote tlieui
;n awiu! titguilv.
' I luW now '!" slim!
tin; lirst lad, "h.'W iia:
lie stin fciii"
tl'l lU'Cl) ?"
"oil' " said the lev, 'i am subject
to I o:i'.iaclii. ami a pipe iake oil she
qti'iii il ti.e
ar.o yoti . mi.
'.it'.-'.i'itiuii; eve ry
tiny in Ins turn.
O.ie liad a 'Taj
"oil ii.e tl... Mini
'. hey nil I
'Now. S i
to the l is I
A hi" .' rdo
.i'i," h.:'.lur...i th
.-, "what di-',r.k'i
lmt tue inK'-.i'iiaiod nirliiii.
.iwn his J
-. a!'UT a farewell whiff, ami
looking ii ri Lis m.is'er.s lace, said in
a vhiir.ii- l y . critical t .'i e :
''Sir, 1 miiouls lor coins !"'
id' matt ri.i'..-
following met fci'i'iy mvertoi y
id' t tie poetry d tin' day has
ocen Kiti'iiy prepared ny smiio prominent.
iici'MHi for t lis cuiiveiiicir
hi such an
feci themselves inspired by llio tuuelul
2ut.l Liu I niruthod cannon'
2500 whi-tl.Tiir bullets.
15') j on'i i- gl n i : ? e '1.
2 tons ol' 1 auli'-tieid Mi.ukc.
oOC pranciiii; and iitihiiiLT steeds.
SOU boautil'al uriidea, assorted. I
2o' jinHant youths.
10 broken hearts.
75 raveti tr'-M:s, various IcncMi?.
SO auburn m-s s. variou lcin;thi.
175 s!::i:S t Triii k i in tr and blinking;.
120 but; eyi'P, !iui?st q i il.ty.
100 bkieii lyes, of uiifomtuoii bright-lets-
1 Imuslu'iid of tears,
lOO'.l silis, dei'ji and averting.
10 dijen Lileaiuiui; s.vijr.is.
1 10 waving flags and streaming ban
i.era. 1 idea, supposed to be new.
1 izrain ol C'Miimon sense.
If t!iipli.-t does not present a fa'r in.
voice dt the oetieal po l., ware?, nd
TiuicbandihC cminitiitinp tbc tti.tk in
tn.de d oar inspired frioDds, wc will
take pleasure iu making any desired cor
rection. Pi-jnsiii.o Smf.li.krs. Tn Pal
crave, a recent work on Arabia ther is
an amusing story of a man who com
plained lo the Amir's ei-d, tl.at one of
bis nrigbburs smoked.
"llowdo you know it?'' asked the
"I fundi it,-' said the man.
''Then y.'u entered jour neighbor's
private apartment '("
'No," was the reply, ''I only put my
Whereupon the Amir ordered the j.
cutioi.er to snip off the complainant's
nose, so as to save it from the tempta.
tion of sniffling in another man's harem
That wa3 not so bad, and some peo
plo had better make a note of it. Tho
habit ol 'stiekini: one's nose in another's
dish," as the Yankee phrase has it,
rould be sensibly diniini-hed, probably,
il' the Amirs remedy
ifv were admiuistert.
:r si'.cli a prochv.
OTTA story is told of an inveterato
drinker who signed tho temperance
pledge, br.t ws found soon alter im.
Lii-i'.ig isolten as ever. Id l'.s trieuas
who remoustiated with hi:n, he replied :
that the (loeunient which ho had signed j
was invalid, because it bud no iittrnal !
revenue stamp. i
A Younrr lady out West . wha latt-ly j
collided with nn ice-bound side-walk, re- j
marked, as she assumed a perpendicular i
josifioa, ''I'll have a man to hfj oa .o j
before another winter." j
?r.Welt Charley," said a friendly
gent to an urchin of three years mi!
Christmas Pay, "what did you find ill j
your stocking this morning?" ''l'iud,"i
ieplied th- you n j hop"hi', -why I found ,
;i b.ig hole." The questioner gave the !
boy one cut. I
tL. story is told of an inveterate!
drinker who "si-med tho temperance'
pledge but was f )iin l soon after imbi
bing as oft'tn us ever. To his friends
w ho remonstrated with him. ho replied
that the document which ho had shjued
was invalid because it had no internal
: have one of the bc-it wives in this I
section,' said a good-natured husband,
'-he always strikes me with the soft end
i.l the broom."
"A certain landlady makes her pits
;-o li-lit that her lodgers can see to go
to bed without a caudle alter eating, n
moderate sized piece.
Revenge is hwcet." as the boy
,-aid wh ) had been whipped by a grocer
while he was stealing his sugar.
KA gontlemau eouiplainitig ot tho
xarious taxes says, he cannot put on
his boot! iu the moruiti": without u
lir3uWby is an arm chair like the
Marseilles Hymn? 15ecau.se it lias "To.
i'.vius" attatcued to it.
Hr-!i. distinuibhe 1 xvriter says
4 thui men are fas.t" Well, they uiut
1. v eitcre linolv 'iit to i':i!eh the women
great txrii ri M
It If pt up by lb
Ii:LItEi:i(K UI DOLI ',S
Cheap Cash Store,
Where he has on hand and for sale
MEN & ;OY'3 CLOTHING
! Ladies and dent's Furnhliiiiir
i LADIES DRESS GOODS,
I Ladies' nii'l GouIr' Shawls, Fi.ntass,
j Breakfast Shawls. Xubias,
I Comrnrtevs, Scarfs,
A very large and well selected FIC-CK
of the best made and warrauud iu evei y
Coiini:, ltar, Tea, Kice tc.
Connected with the above Innre stock of
goods, you will find a large stock of
In great quantities and qualities.
E;v- say, to one nnd all, that my
Mock is lull and complete, uud will be
sold ut small profits.
Givh niu a call, before ui'chii(dny
f. MarvV. Nov. SSlk 'dft.
I'M ! -: ,p:n .
.:i'i: r'V'il f o''. t
- f y nt ' 'i: i !i i' i v 1 1 i - -1 ' j m I,
:' I' i. nml the i-ii'v nt (i in the
I ;,a I - Mti: Inn 't In i'i'!i''ir Dotrroes
Pplnili'is aw-ii'l?it lei griiilnnies
i n Hie '
ui'mi" c -i ! ' oiii-'ii' imiiIi v itn corno-
rale iv1 tv i io lim-ii v nt" lnv.
I'i'li l i' i 'il liy iji'ii' 'iMiii n nt' lilipri' d'l
("i ' i ' . r M il i ii ? v" M'i ii'iiei. in linM(f,
an 1 n!V ' 1 "f n m j n?i V" i rii if f." !
tli Mnii-'ii ilipii'-etii'-il nui! rr-u-r i-.l ..i:ei
linn 'i1' i iii'ier 'i'"M fur M" v.ii'iiKH 'liit'n-i itnil
f..:,, . Ill- 'i'' lillill '- V"
TlinuiiV I'i! M'Tli'K COMI'.lNKl)
liv n svsf'-ni of
'i'TUU. r.t'sivn-j-j ri! r-tTi
orifrWeil and live euiMii'iiOy or O'licul. iH'lnj;
llie sliiili'Mi im i In liori f-t t mo n fonoi-'f
iiis'ijlit ini'i the ri u i in", ili'tnili eiiiiniiiM
itll'l t'le lil'i liii-!ti.--m in ir,,.,fM.:l ;1M ,,of n,t
tot in tli" hp-'t vMiriiliiinl iviiiiMU'reial and
fiiKinc'al es'-ili':-ln:i iirs
7h3orctic d B okkoop:n(j
Vp'in II linW p' ll W.t I an hi iinril t-X pus i -
I .im i. f tlio m"i.iici' of jH!'.ouiils. arninped
itrnl piih' she 1 liy tin- pi-npriet-r of this In
-lil in i 'ii t'xrlu? vi ly tin- hi- nwii ns(. sn vin
fiiu"..!i!f llie nril'i'iirv lull ir nf 1 1; r- siinlelit,
ami );iviiiir liima ci:iiiil"tc kimtvli'de vt tlii
piac'.ice of llie hesl iieeuiuitants.
THE CfiAiMK!;Cf AL COU'ISK..
km ii a veils.
Uoolikeepinp. Oimtnerciiil Arilhinetio. ?e
mans'iip Pnsinpss (rvpspinidenc,
Ciiiiniici'i'iiil Law, I eciurps nn Imsi
lioss XR'aivs. ( 'oi'iiniTeial Cus
toms. rmiiis. nail Aelual
Ahjelra nml the lVjhr Viith'ttintirt. '
yajthii, Ornnm-nlti! I'tnmnnsliif,
lhe Are of Detecting Coun
terfeit .'(, .'!
A'trii'ilinii and j
T ' rni 'i?7. ' ,
Tlio iri'Hniremciits for Toleprnpliinir r
fnr i'i iniviini e nf nnytliinp nf llio kind evr
ntfi'i'il tn lhe lml'lic. A repiilar Telegraph
Line in ennneeieil with the Institution with
twenty h' ;ineh nftices in varinus pans of the
; city. whi'V pnilic husincss is transacted,
j nnd in winch lhe students of this Instiiu-
tion are permit'ed to practice. No resula
' otliec practice can tielmdin any other school
of iiiFtriii'tion in the coimtry. without which
no oiio can nlilain a position as a practical
orrrnlnr. Vounir men aro ciiiiiioi.pil nguinst
the di'coi'tivp repvpscntaiions nf those who,
without any Mich facilities, pretend to teach
The Institution is now enjoyinn the lar
gest patronnjrp. ever hetnwetl upon any
C'liiimerrinl school in the State. (Ivor five
lumilipil sHuli'tiis ero in attendiincr tin
, fit-si yonr. and over seven hundred during
the past year. TIip host class of sliidpnis
! may invHi ialdy lie found here, and all its as.
j Bociaiions are first clnss.
;I.o'oT avo AcoMMot"Tiovg.
I The Intitiiinn is 'ociiod in tlio mot con
' trat part if lhe ci'y. nnd it- nccommodnlions.
for extent, oloa-icp atel oonvpnienoe. r
iinurpas-pd All tlio rooms havp been fit.
ted nn in Iho vorv hpf ptvlp -itli
Bl'SI vr si OFFICFS OT! rflJTVTIN'G
HOI' !'. TFI.KO X T fl OF
ash nrr.ru a
BAVK OF Hi;P(SlT AND Is'IT,
(upplied with finelv-eneraved lilnpraphit
notes used ns a cire uln t i" p n-edium in tht
Ueprriment of Xrm.il Uiiinos
1 TO 70X1 VG MW.
who desivp lhivcry lie t fiiciliiic" for a
Puxn'trMf, Kiit t'rii v Km: I!'iv ss
o ru'i'iintoo a pnnvip r,f inmriiptinn nf
where olso piii'i'li., whilp the rppula'ion
and sliiinlinsr of llio Institi tinn nnionc lmsi..
no-s men umke if enilm-pnient the hp"t
passport lo siiecpvS and advanoe'iient. All
p.-inio'nri'ili enloiinp nnv Commercial
(VIW ii'-i" ievltoil -n upnd for nn
il i. rs tr a ri:n v cru n &
containinp cnmnlptp inlerior views of the
collpsre. and full particulars of the course nf
instruction, to-nw ,-(.
i L. FAIRBANKS, A M .
T. t R.f RCH,
Special T-ncher and Sua'. Oifict liuv
Fhikle & Lyon
! FEWINO MA CHINK CO
CfTiei. 51 Uroadway, New Y-.ik.
; Cu.xn xntki:. After a fair trial, if
i any purchaser does n it reg; rd the Fin.
km: etc Lyon Siwixo .Maciiink as mi.
i potior to any much inn iu market, he can
! return it and have, bis money. It has
take i many of th." highest, prizes. is
less eo, indicated tliaoanv o'bei Er.-t class
midline. does a wider ran ire of wnk
.without chaiigihir. requires no taking
j apart to clean or oil. and no "lessons" to
1 set needle, regulate tension, or operate
I N. 15. Anv
i.'Vi'ian sending u-
i two oideis fur machiiie.s, shall reeeivi
j out: for hiin-elf as a pr.-eiit. 'J',(. Ntne
i proposition iscxtcuded to Piofessors and
V'e have now completed our new
MANL'FACrouy at a cost, of sotuo SJ00.
...... .1 . t , .
; iji.i i. ineitniiiii: new I'.xtkn rsaii'l unpor.
taut nii'itdvrMKNTs ; and tho obj-et i f
, t he nlinv e proposition i.-, ,) Maeiie the
I imiueit j introduction of our improved
maeliiie' 'i,(u every town in the United
Slates ui: limit incurring the great ex
ptn.se ol a trim ling agent.
Thi priipo-iiion cannot avail iu towns
occupied by our own agents
Please send for descriptive Cata
LOOUE, with samples of snwiii".
JOB PRINTING done at this ofilce n.
short noi ico. Also, Ulunks, Curds
Pauiphlets, Bill cads, &c. tspecial care
will be taken to render (satisfaction.
GCDKY S LADY'S BCOK
T H K
."ii'jinn 'anzirip ff tjV W01M
I.ITKU T111M. FIN Ii ARTS ANIl
I-AHION'S. The most nine-nifieeiit
St, - I MiyrivitiL's fiOTMH R FASH
ION' IM. VI I Wood eiiL'ravintri nn
rvrrv snbieet that can interest ladies.
(V-elii" k "it'iinr Nn'tiuir. l'mhroidery.
r,:e'es '.ir the f.iilet for the Parlor,
the l!-i'i''nir. ami the iCiteheii. Every"
thititr. in 'aot, to make a roMri.i.Ti:
The Ladies Fnv'nto For 33
Vo l.inri'.'tio ha Iioivi n'lle to compete
with il. None nlto'imf it.
'or evc-'v 'lot':irrnont of a hou-.-ehold. These
aP.no ai'o worth the price of llio lionk
Mo'ii'l roiian-os no oilier Mapa.ine pives
them i. r:th din in-lnia.
1)1: XWINf! r.K-:s Vs3 fou THE YOUNG
Vnnil'.ei' irooi'il't- with I'ldov.
'Xl'IMVU. Tir, wonl'i iSf. year.
Oilier t,'"r,v.',iti',s piOiliwl, old worn out mu
sic : hut 'lie ".iliser:lnrs to Godey fret it be
f.ive t he mil ic stores.
(I i di n'iir for Ladies Another peoulinr
il y with Goilov.
ViisIi'iiti" from Messrs. A. T. Stewart &
To., of New Yo'k. the millionaire, mer
ch ints. npnenr in (lodey, the only maia
zine il'at hn iheni.
Lmlies' nnntt"ts. We give more of them
inn ven-thnn any other magazine. In fnct
the I ndv's Honk enables every ludy to be
her own hotinof maker.
iKsu ioci liaiismd,
.4'rMS of "Alone," IMeti Path,"
Siile." "Xemesi." and 'Miriam,"
wri'es for Godey ench month, nnd for no
other mnjrazino. A new novel by her will
be publisl e 1 in lSHO. We liavo also re
tained all our old and favorite contribu
tor!. T V R MS O V
GODEY'R LADY'S BOOK
( Frnm tehich there can he no Deviation. )
Tb Mlnwiuf5 are tho terms of the Lady's
Bi ok for IMif):
Out -copy, ono year $ 00
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Five copies, one year, and an ertra
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Rt 5 The mnneft must all bt lent at one time
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4riil I,. 4. (JODI Y.
A". F. Corner Sixth and Chestnut Slreett
Ci f f41Ter Year!
P " 'want asients to sell our
Improved S'-O Sewing Machines. Three
new kinds Under an J upper feed. Wnr
ranted five years. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The oxi.y machines sold
in United tales for less than $10 which are
fully licensed by Howe, Wheeler Wilson,
Grover J- Baker, Siwer $ Co. , and haeheldcr
All othercheap machines are infrinyementt
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F O U T Z'S v.
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long and tavurabljr
knuwn, will thor
and cleansing th
toinach and InUa
It Is a sure prt.
vcntlve of all dit
fara Incident to
thli animal, inch u LUNO HL&SiVLRa,
a r, L L O W W A
TER, H EAVK8,
T E M P K K , FE
LOSS OF API'K
TITE AND VITAL
ih Improve! th
ttie appi'tlte- give
a imootn and .
gloai.v skln-aud '
tran -forms t li i
miserable (kelcton Into a fine looking and mlrlud
To keepers or Cor tht preparation la tnraluaM.
It Incieaaea Uie quanlny aud iuiimvet tho ouality
oi tne milk, it tiaa
bern proven by ac
tual experiment l
Increane the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make th
butter firm and
aweet. Iu fattening
cattle.it gives them
an appetite, loosena
tlieir li l a e . ant
makes them tnriv
In all diseases of Swine, auch as Coughs, Ulcers la
the Limits, Liver,
kc, this article
acts as a specific.
uy putting from
one-half a p:in.-r
io a pupcr in a
burrel of swill the
will bu eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given In time, a certaus
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j for Elk county.
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And pleasoiire bryphlc and love'n despnyre.
And jealous witfhps and pnysnn rayre i
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for S7.60; Five copies for $12: Ten copies,
for S22 i with the Premium to each sub
473 Broadway, New York.
Single copies mailed free on receipt of
price. Back Numbers, as specimens, 10
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TREMENDOUS RTTS11 TO TUB
New Store of
CENTR FAILLE, ELK CO. PA
Awake to their Interest !
A manifested by the daily throng of
customers exchanging "GREEN BACK.3 '
All the Domesti Cotton Goods are
high. Custome. s, on) and all exclaim !
How Cheap i our Dress Good
'y ttock consists of
D v y
flats & Cpas,
Oils and Paints,
A. V 1 &:;VJ'
01 $4 f7? raj
It is useless for to attempt, to give
a full list of the stock, but invite one
nnd all. to drop iu, aud examine for
r-TTTUitter, Eggs, Potatoes, Graiu
II ides, Calfskins and all eouutry produoe
taken at market price, for goods.
Centreville, June 1st, 18G5.
The uudersigned takes pleasure in
announcing to the citizens of Uidgway
aud vicinity, that he has built a new
and commodious shop ou the East side
of the street, leading to the P. & E.
Haid lload Depot, where he will do all
kinds of work with promptness aud ia
the best stylo. He does not intend to
be surpassed either in low prices or good
work, lie, trusts that considerable ex.
nerienco and prompt attention to tho
business in person will 6ecure a liberal
share of paying patronatre.
Pidgty. Oct. 2Sth '6-tf
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