Millheim Journal. (Millheim, Pa.) 1876-1984, May 24, 1877, Image 4
8 |c Journal filter & Dslnißjer. Proprietors If 3iNf NCiEit, Associate Editor Hlllhclm,Thursday Slay, 24 gflj' * r = Tarms—Bl.so Per Annum, M '.U li'-ii on th" T. C.3. C. R. R, nv* a pcpul&Uon ot6—TOO, Is a thriving business ceut re, ami controls the trade of an average radius of over eight miles. In which the JOUHN.U. has a larger circulation than all other county papers combined. Advertisers will pleas: make a note of th is AUNT DOLEFIE'S \ISIT. "How do you do, Cornelia ? I heard you were a little ill, and I stopped in to cheer you up a little. My friends often say, it's such a comfort to see you, Aunt Doleful. You have such a flow of conveisa nou, and are so lively ? Besides I said to myself, as I carae up the staires, Perhaps its tl e last time I shall ever see Cornelia Jane alive. "You don't mean to die yet, eh ? Well now, liow do you know ? vou can'ttell. You think you are getting bitter, but there was poor Mrs. Jones sitting up and every one *aying how much better she was— aid she was —and all of a sudden .->ne was taken ill with spasms in the i *art, and went off like a flash. J raima is young to bring the baby ip by hand. But you must be care ? ul, and not get anxious or excited, ileep quite calm, and don't fret """ ; ; >out anything. Of course, things • ;m't go on just as if you were down airs ; and I wondered whether \ >u knew your little Billy was saii : r about in a tub on the mill pond, ; d that your little Sammy was lett i• your little Jimmy down from i! e balcony in a clothes basket." "Gracious goodness what's the •"•*tter ! I dare say providence 'll • ke care of him. Don't look so. Y u thought Bridget wa3 watching i era I. Well, no, she isn't I saw r talking to a man at the gate. He looked to me like a burglar. - N J doubt she'll let him take the im pression of the door-key iu wax ; M.d then he'll get in and murder yu all. Ther was a family at Kob i>.'e Hill all killed last week for a few dollars. Now don't fidget ; ;t will be bad for the baby. "Poor little dear ! How singular it i 3, to be sure, that you can't tell whether a child is blind, or deaf and dumb, or a cripple at that age! It might be all, and you'd never know it. "Most of them that have their senses make bad use of them, though, that ought to be your comfort, if it does turn out to have anything the matter with it. And many don't live a year. I saw a baby's funeral down the street as I came along." "Scarlet fever has broken out in the town, Cornelia. Little Isaac - Potter has it, and I saw your Jim my plavingwith him last Saturday." "Well, I most be going now. I've got another sick friend, and I shan't think my duty done unless I clieer lier up a little before I sleep. Good bye. How pale JOH look, Cornelia, f don't believe you have a good doc tor. Do send him awav, and try some one else. You don't look so well as von did when I came in. But if I can't do anything, I can cheer you up a little." Morntng Star. REST. Only a little word of one syllable, and yet it is one of the sweetest woids iu our language, and the very sound of it calls up thoughts of omfort, peace and quietness. As we tnink of it pleasant visions of Test from toil come to us. Now it is a stately group of palm-trees on the desert's verge, while resting in the grateful shadow of them, are swarthy Arabs and sunbrowned travelers, and tired, patient camels ; while the burning sun shimmers dazzlingly down upon the red sands of the desert stretching over an arid waste leagues and leagues away. Again we see a harvest field with standing ripened grain, and gather er sheaves and grain, just cutdowu by the reaper's hand, while in the shadow of a group of maples the tired and heated reapers are taking their noon tide rest. Again th scene chances and we see a pleas ant country village, with its white church half hidden in the trees. The stillness of a summer Sabbath is over all, and speaks to us of peace and rest. The blacksmith's ham mer lies idle upon his anvil; the mill wheel has ceased its revolutions, and the silence broken only by the twitter of birds, the hum of bees, and the quiet talking of the villagers on their way tochurch. How mon otonous life would be with its unend ing round of toil were it not for this divinely appointed day of rest for man and beast, and Low many pleasant associations are connected with that day, which, as Longfel ow has beautifully expressed it,, •u* the golden clasp which binds together the volume of the week." 1 It is night, and the moon shines down upon a silent city, touching dome and spire and turrent with its silvery splendor. The busy wharves are deserted, and the huge ships and steamers lie motionless and appar ently teuantless at the docks. In what was the business part of the city during tho day is HOW the ut most quiet ; long lines of lofty warehouses and stores loom duskily upward, dark and tenuities, and entire streets are deserted save by the watchman pacing his lonely boat, while the lights in the dwelling houses have long since gone out. Night is brooding over the citv, and its wearied toilers are taking their needed rest. Truly rest is sweet, and how of ten when weary with earth's toil and worn with its vexations, and sad with its sorrows, we fell the need of a more enduring rest than we have ever known, and we think of the blessed promise of our Sav iour, " Come unto me, all ye tlmt labor, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. "—The Cottage Hearth. Kb Legislative BUI. The man who failed to get his bill through tho Legislature was eating dinner iu a Jefferson avenue yesterday. He felt bad and mad, as lie had been Lansing for a week or teu days. Said he to the colored waiter : "Young man, don't you ever have nothing to do with the Legislatuie." "No, sab, I won't, sail," was the reply. "Because, when you think you've got em you hain't got em at all." "Jess so, Siih—jess like you think you is walkin on de dock, when you is iu de ri'ober all de time." "I went down there to get a pine timber bill passed," continued Ibe stranger as he opened another bis cuit, "and I'm a huudrcd dollars out of pocket and no bill." "Jess so, sab. Dey wasn't on de pass when your bill came up." "No, blast em ! I handed out the cigars by the thousand, talked soft and sweet, sat up nights till my bones ached, and I finally got a man interested. I talked and he talked, aud I thought that bill would scoot through like a saw log going over a dam." "Jess de same, sah, but dere's whar you got left behind, I spose ?" "I don't know whether I was left behind or ahead, but I kept poking the man up, and be kept promising, and there I was all the time paying out money as freely as a young fellow with liis girl at a chicken show." "A million dollars don't las' no time tall arouu' de halls of justis an' legislashun," sighed the waiter as he pushed the sugar bowl nearer, "Well, yesterday morning the man came over to tb<; hotel, face a yard long, and says he : "Mr. Shoat, your bill has been killed," and be fore I could recover f.om the cold chill that crept over me he went on to tell me about committee of the whole, third reading, objected to titles and bodies, laid ou the table, suspension of the rules, moves to re consider, and a lot of other such stuff." "Yes, sah—dat's jess de way dey alius goes on, sah. Ize hearn 'em tell 'bout dat committee of the hole, au' suspension of de table, an' lay in de bills on de winder sill. I used to liv nex' doah to de legislachur, an' I knows all 'bout 'em, sah." "Well I cculdn't do anything," sadly continued the man. They hitched a dog act to one end of my bill, a muskrat law to the other, changed the title to, An Act to Found an Orphan Asvlum,and rush ed it up and down and annual till the durn thing got tired out and couldn't go any further. I've benn post, toaster, and town librarian, ann I've laid out town ditches, and I've been deputy constable, aud all that, but it didn't make any difference to tliem j out there—not a bit." "Dat's a fac,' sab. I sometimes believe dat de higher up a man gits de lower de folk 3 looks down on him." "Well, they laid me out, but I'll be even with 'em yet. I've got a cbattle mortgage on one of our coun ty papers, and I'll go home and tell the editor he's got to bust into that crowd about four col urns a week or I'll foreclose on him in a minit !" "Yes, sah—take de foreclose on him like you jess foreclosed on dut biscuit. I 'ureciates de motive, exk 'an Ize willin to do all I kin. D 3 bill is fifty cents, sah—pay at de desk."— Detroit Free Press. Facing Death. Brother Gardner was yesterday whitewashing the back end of an old house on Catharine street, when the staging gave way and he had a fall of about fifteen feet. He was sense less when picked up, but a man pour ed about a gallon of water down bis back and brought him to. Mr. Gardner thus explained matters to the reporters; "Waal, 1 was up dar, an' dar was de house, an' dar was de scaffold, an' dar we all was. I was joss drawin dat brush aroun' to kill when Ift It a goneness. Seemed I was prancin aroun' on de air, wia co chance to dig in my toes." "Why didn't you full at once, and j have the affair off your mind 1" asked a policeman. "Why didn't I fall ? why, sah, I was falKn all do time, I went down 'bout fifty feet head fust, an' den i changed and went sideways, and den I struck on one foot and boaf ears. All dis time I was doinsome power ful think in', I was." "Did you think of oysters fried with crumbs V" asked a reporter. "Doan , be taikiu' dut way, boy. I 'inembered all my bad deeds while I was gwine down, an' I called out dat I would live a better life if do shook didn't kill me," In the group was a colored man whose face brightened at these words, and he softly asked: "Brudder Gardner, doau' you 'member do two dollais you bor rowed o' me ?" "I do." "Den pay it —han' it over. De shock didn't kill you, and now be gin on dat better life," "Brudder Jones," solmnly replied Gardner, "de shock didn't kill me dead, but bafo' I pays oat any money he gwine to wait de result on my nervous system, I 'pears to be all right, but possumly I may be fatally injured in some of de coiners and not know it for a month. Glang Brudder Jones, an' doan' rob de cra dle an' de grave !"— Detroit Free Pecss. Adventures In the t'ark. From the Virginia Cltv (Ner.) CronicaL Last night, just after Blinkus and his wife were snugly stowed away in bed, Mrs. B. thought she heard the front door slam. "Ilubbie, dear, do you hear that front door slammin ¥" "No, dearie, I locked it just be fore I wound up the clock." "I didn't see you go out iu the Hall. "But I did, loye." "I think you must be mistaken." "Well, I know when I ledfc the door, dammit !" "Now yon shant swear at me. That door is open, and you kuow it. S'posin' the burglars get in and car ry off all the silver. We'd be iu a nice fix." "They'd be worse off with the old plated stuff. Bssidos, who ever hears of a burglary above A street.' 1 "If you dou't get up and lock that door I'll rush out and scream for the police, I'll rouso the neighbor hood, if it's the last a:t of my life. " Blinkus, somewhat alarmed at the threat, rose up aud began to fumble around for a match. "The matches are at the end of the washstand, love." Bliukus paused at the place desig nated, and broke a soap-dish. "I never saw such au awkard man since I was born," quoth Mrs. B. from the bed, just us ha stumbled back over a spittoon and sat down in it so forcibly that it was smashed into forty pieces. "O lord !" ejaculated Mis. B. Bliukus next struck his toe against a towl-rack, and an oath dissolved itself iu the darkness. Then he stepped on the baby's rattle, and ran one of the points into his foot half an inob. Jumping aside he upset the centre-table, and began to floun der out toward the ball. His young hopeful's carriage was there, and he fell over it six dilierent ways before he reached the door. "Was it open ?" queried a voice from the bed. "Xo' Ml "Oh 1 it musthavebeee something else I heard." ..... - -• * She Couldn't Do It. Yesterday morning when the mistress of an Edmund street resi dence proposed that one of the hired help polish the front windows Sarah replied that she couldn't J possibly think of it. The lady demanded an explanation, and the girl said: 4 Td have been willing enough a month ago, but you see my Johnny is now driving a car on this line and he'd see me." "Suppose be should ?" queried the lady. "I wouldn't have him for all the world, ma'am, for he's been here two or three times and he thinks I am you and you are me. If he saw me rubbing the glass he'd know I didn't own the house, and there'd be an end to our match. Please, ma'am, you go out, or else let me clean the windows by moonlight!" —Detroit Free Press. ♦ I Ills Summer Jaunts. "This begins to remind mo of a trip to Saratoga," sighed one of the boot-blacks, as he dragged himself into the shade of the poatoffice, yes terd ly, "Purty hard times to go off down there," replied one of his friends, "It takes cash to travel around and boss hotel clerks." "What! Ain't you goiug any where V" "Wed, ma and I went out to State Prison, last July, and wo are talking of goiu' agin this summer, but I don't think we'll swing around to Saratoga. We've got to have a new ice-box and a clothes-line, and we ain't the kind to put on style and go without the comforts of borne. Be you goin' ?" j "Jim, kin-1 trust you ?" whis pered the first. "THUS." "I'm gohF to blow around about Saratoga whenever I can, but when the time comes to go I'll take a walk up to the water works, lay out for a few nights, come back all wrinkled up and I'll git all the credit and save all theexptn.se. Keep mum, Jim—style is everything." PREDESTINATION.— "Do you be lieve in predestination V" said tho captain of a Mississippi steamer to a clergyman who happened to be travel ing with him. "Of course I do," • "And you also believe that what is to be, will be V" "Certainly." "Well I am glad to hear it." "Why?" "Because I intend to pass that boat ahead in fifteen consecutive minutes, if there bo any virtue in pine and loaded safety valves. | So don't be alarmed, fur if the boiler ain't to burst, then it won't." Here the divine began putting on his hat, and looked very much like backing out, which the captain ob serving, he said: • "I thought you said you believed in predestination, and what is to be will be." "So I do, but I pre fer being a little nearer to the stern when it takes place." The disadvantages of wearing false hair were painfully illustrated at Millersville, Pa,, tho other day. A boat, iu which two young ladies and two young men were' passengers, capsized suddenly, and one of the ladies sank out of sight. As she re appeared one of the men grasped her hat, which came off. The lady sank, and on her second appearance fared no better, for. this time the frightened youth caught her by her hair, which, being false, came of in his hands, and down she went again. At last however, she was caught by her real hair and dragged aboard the boat, after having had what may properly be called a hair breadth escape. A TOWN ON ICE—A good sized town was erected during the winter far out on the ico by the fisherman of Sagiuaw Bay, Tho buildings were of wood lined with heavy pa per and placed on rnnners. There were a hundred buildings, including a hotel, and at least 1,000 inhabi tants. The fishing is dose through holes in the ice; and the town stood in safety till the middle of March. VEGETINE. Vegetine has never failed to elTect a cure giving tone and strength to the system dlbiil, tatcd by disease. SHE RESTS WELL. SOUTH POLAND, Me., Oct. 11,1376. MR. 11. It. STKVBSS: l>ear Sir— I have been sick two years with the liver complaint, and during that time have taken a great many different kinds of medicines in t none of them did me any good. I was restless nights and had no apiK tite. Since takiu" the Vegetine I rest well and re lish my food. Can lccomtneml Vcgetinc for what it lias done for me. Yours respect fnllv, MRS. ALHKKT KICKER. Witness of the at>ove. Mr. Geo. M. Vaughan, Medford, Mass, VEGETINE. Thousands will bear testimony (and do it voluntarily) that Vegetine is the tast medi cal compound vet placed lnifore the public for renovating and purify iug the blood, eradi oaUncpll humors, impurities or poisonous secretions from tlie system invigorating and strengthening the system debilitated by dt seascs; in fact it is. as many have called it, "The G rer I Health Kesierec." SAFE AND SURE. MR. 11. R. STEVENS: In 1872 your Vegetine was recommended to me, and yielding to the persuaskns of a friend, I consented to try It. At the time, 1 was suffering from genera! debility and ner vous prostrations, superinduced by ever work and irregular habits. Its wonderful strengthening and curative properties seem ed to effect my debilitated system from the first dose, and under its persistent use I rap idiv recovered, gaining more than usual health and good feeling. Since then I have not hesitated to give Vegetine my most un qualified indorMfii ent as lei:iir a safe, sure and jHiwerful agent In promoting health and restoring tlie wasted system to new life and energy. Vegetine is the only medicine I use, and as long as I live I never expect to find a belter. Yourstnily. W. 11. CLARK, 120 Montery street, Allegheny, Pa. VEGETINE. Vegetine thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor, and restores the entire system to a healthy condition. The following letter from Rev. G. W. Mans field, formerly pastor of the Methodist Episco pal Church, Hyde Park, ami at present set tled in Ijowell, must convince every one who reads this letter of the wonderful curative of Vegeiine as a thorough cleanser and purifier of the biood: HYI>E PARK, Mass., Feb. 15, 1876. Mr. H. R. STEVENS: Dear Sir—About ten years ago my health failed through the depleting effects of dys pepsia ; nearly a year latter I was attacked b\ typhoid fever In its worst form. It set tled in my back and took the form of a large, deep seated abscess. " which was fifteen months in gathering. I had two surgical ope rations, bv the best skill in the state, hut re ceived no permanent cure. I suffered great pain at times and was constantly weakened by a profuse discharge. 1 also lost small pieces of bone at different tlmes. Martei'sran on thus about seven years, till May, 1874, when a friend recommended me to go to your office and talk with vou on the virtue of Vegetine. I did so and by your kindness passed through yoer manufactory, noting the ingredients, etc., by which your remedy Is produced. By what I saw and heard I gained some confidence in Vegetine. I commenced taking it soon after, but I felt worse from its effects; still I; persevered and soon felt it was benefiting me in other respects. Yet 1 did not see the result I de sired, till I had taken it faithfully for little more than a year, when the difficulty in the back was cured, and for nine mouths I have enjoyed the best of health. I have in that time gained twenty-five pounds of flesh, being heavier than ever be fore In my life, and 1 was never more able to perform labor than now. During the past few weeks I had a scrofu lous swelling as large as my fist gather on another part of my body. I took Vegetine faithfully and it removed it level with the surface in a month. 1 think I should have been cured of my main trouble sooner it I had taken larger dosos, after hav ing become accustomed to its effect. Ixit your patrons troubled witd scrofula or kidney disease understand that it takes time to cure chronic diseases, and if they will patiently take Vegetine, it will, in my judgment, cure them. With great obligations 1 am, Yours very truly, (}. W. MANSFIELD. PREPARED BY 11. It. STEVEXS, Boston, Mass. Vegetine is Sold ly all Druggist?. BEATTYiS AOgansl Best in Use, DANIEL F. BEATTY Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A. Vmm mmwm EPHRAIM BARTHOLOMEW, Boot & Shoemakor, MI I.IIEIM, FA. Would most respectfully inform the public that he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line in the most satisfactory and workmanlike man ner. Prices moderate. A share of the public patronage respectfully solicited. 41-6ni BEATTV, New^Jere^f DA A Geo. L. Poller, Jno L. Kurtz DEO. L. 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THE JOURNAL OFFICE has for sale the 'celebrated PHOTOGRAPH MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, PHOTOGRAPH FAMILY RECORD, BAPTISMAL CEHTIFICATES, and CONFIRMATION CERTIFICATES, pwWished by CRIDER & BROTHER, TOHK, PTKKJU * I Thae Certificates are unequaled by anything of the kind out. Hundreds of them are sold annu ally by Ministers of the Gospel and others. If® were so highly pleased with the samples sent ns, that we ordered a large lot at once ; and made arrange- ♦ ments with the publishers for the right of exclusive sale in Pe*n, Gregg, Potter, Haines and Miles townships. We respectfully invite Min isters and young couples to come and see. Por sale singly or by the dozen?