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„ Mv dearest.” said Fredas we neared
a way station, “what do yon say to
1 lunch ? I can step out her? and get
!°ouanytbiog It may seem
dreadful thing for a bridegroom to con*
Iss but I begin quite riyirp after
7r early dinner. If you don’t mind my
JLjng you for fire minutes.”
i siJiified that an absence of that du-
Jion might be supported, and Fred
ctirted-for the refreshment room.
We bad been married Just three days,
end the glamour of our honeymoon was
In everything, thi was
.ifled beyond that breathed hr eyeiy
mortals, the earth glorified with &
new beauty, tie heavens with a new;
light We ate no bread and beefstake,
b oi some ambrosial dish untested before
drank golden necter, etherealized
from hotel coffee pots. „ ‘
I watched Fred from the car window,
until be disappeared in the refreshment
room. What a splendid fellow he was!
Such eyes, such a hand, such teeth, such
s general combination of perfections!
gow charming, how delightful, how al*
together inexpressible it was to belong
to him forever, never to be separated
B ore! when, whiz! clang! Horrors! The
train was off again, off with Fred still
classing boned turkey4n the eating sa
loon, his faithful wife hopelessly quies-'
cent in the ladies’ car off sundering at the
rate of thirty miles an hour those whom
law and gospel shall not part !
■What’s the matter mum ?” asked the
conductor, noticing my excitement.
Tbere’s.there’s a gentleman left behind’
I gasped. . )
~-Is there, nnm ? was the stoical reply
Bless your soul that’s nothing new.’’ \
• Bjl, but he’s my husband ?” I falter
ed blushing to my finger lips, as I. felt
that lad was something new.
Three ladies turned around to stare at
ffi e, and there was an unmistakable titter
beneath the heavy mustache of a gentle
Sorry mum, but it can’t be helped. If
guests will stop at bar-rooms to whet their
whistle? we can’t wait for ’em.
A bar room ! Fred in a bar-room
whetting bis Whistles! What did the
odious man mean ! I tried to crush h»m
with a look, but I wasn’t equal to it.
Fred, my Fred in a bar-room ?
"You needn’t be alarmed,” said an old
gentleman, kindly; “there will be an
other accommodation at eight.”
“At eight!” And it was now just half
past four. 1 sank back upon the cushion
in quiet desperation. What was to be
come of me ? »
With the entire abnegation-peculiar to
the early phase of the honeymoon, I had
put my little velvet portmannaia, hand
kerchief, and vioagrette in Feed's rest
pocket, instead of my own, but there was
such a delightful novelty in feeling that
sow I bad a right to.
Was there ever a confiding bride left in
plight ? Without a husband and
without a cent and—not the least misfor
tune to one inclined to the feminine
weakness of tears without even a pocket
Tbe conductor was again making bis
“I haven't any ticket.” I stammered in
“Two thirty, then, if you please, as far
"Two thirty as quick as you can, mum
"But my husband has my ticket,” I
faltered. “He was left at B station,
you know !”
“Beg pardon, mum, but our orders are
strict. That sort of dodge is played out
on this line entirely. Two thirty, mum,
if you please. Will Refund at the office
when ticket is presented.
“The man suspected me, actually sus
pected me. Fred’s wife! Oh dear, dear !
How utterly lonely and unprotected I felt,
after the strong trust and* sweet reliance
that had been mine.
T haven’t any money,” I said, in a
faint voice. “You’ll have to put me out
somewhere, I suppose,” I added with dis
"Allow me, madam,” the mustached
gentleman was up, pocket-book in hand
—nntii we reach Philadelphia. Your
husband can settle with me afterwards,
he said, giving me his card, with a smile.
If I hadn’t been married, I should have
fallen in love with that delightful tnan on
the spot. As it? was, I only murmured
same u hintel|igibJe thanks and slipped
his card into my pocket, as a fncmoto of
a modern knight.
We were to have stopped all night in
hiladelphia. As the train neared the
, a new perplexity seized upon me.
Where would I go: If it were daylight I
ought remain in the ladies* waiting room,
tit Fred would not arrive until nearly
at night. I had no money to pay a
hackman, go to a hotel, or even get my
A sudden thought flashed Into my
®“ d - Tabby lived in Phihdel
phia. I had directed a letter to.her, only
* few weeks before, announcing my ap
proaching marriage, True, the reply was
ftther discouraging, being dismally pro-
Phettic of all sorts of evil that awaited
:Q «,and darkly suggestive of the enares
&a ® Pitfalls In that broad road that leads
to matrimony and destruction.
M Aunt Tabby took a vinegar view
0 everything She had never felt the
aeUow influence pf a honeymoon.
We arrived at the depot, my mustach*
e J rien<i felt the car sometime before.
so I was unprotected again.An army of
tockmen besieged the door of the depot,
and 1 immediately became the objectof a
straggle. Oaths and whips resounded in
my ears, until I was seized u|on
and carried off by the most energetic of
the party, a red headed man, whose suc
cess arose ho doubt from' his proclivity for
anything resembling a fight.
“Having seenrred me in a very dirty
vehicle; he regarded me with a triumph*
ant smile. ■
“Your trunk is It? Where’s the bit of
“The—what ?” I asked In perplexity.
“The'rUh, the bit’ 6x tin, to bh'irare.
How ami tb get UYithoutlhe tin f T r
My check; I bad forgotten that Fred
tod thechecklist Alas! for the power
lessneSs of wotnan! I siwmynbw Sara
toga; filled with the daintleßt df trous
seaux bundled off with a load of hotel
baggage, and couldn’t raise a ; finger to
claim it It-was the last-straw on 1 the
camel’s hack, and I drove in tears to Aunt
Tabby’s using my tissue vail as a pocket
handkerchief, and thereby unconsciously
tattooing my face with streaks of blue.
Even Aunt Tabby’s moumental rigidi
ty was overcome by my appearance,when
she met meat her immaculate doorstep.
“Left you and only married three days!
Pay that backman, Mary Jane, and send
him off before he sees any more of this
family disgrace! Only three days! Have
mercy on.us! That I should have lived
to see Brother Henry’s child come to this.
Taken all your money and clothes too !
Well! Well it’s nothing more than I ex
pected. Only an accident. Don’t talk
to me of accidents. If ever you lay eyes
on that man my name is not Tabiiha
Rustitcb;! The mean-spirited scoundrel!
To leave yon poor deluded innocent!
Put on the kittle, Mary Jane, and hurry
up the tea; this poor child is trembling
like a leaf, and well she may !”
I was too dispirited and miserable to
attempt to stem the torrent of Aunt Tabi
tha’s indignation. I let her.talk.
“Oh I and ain’t it dreadful mom ?” I
heard the sympathetic M&ry Jane mur
mur, aside to her mistress ; “such a sweet
young creel nr that she’s! And only look
at her face! I expect he’s been banging
Aunt Tabby pushed up her month, and
shook bur bead expressively.
“Let this be a warning to. yon, Mary
“o}h, I’m sure it will mum,” was the
“She’ll never lay hand on him again,
repeated Aunt Tabby solemnly ; “never.
Bless my sonl! Who’s that ?”
"Is my wife here" asked a quick anx
ipus voice ; and the next moment Fred’s
wife was there clasped in the strong arms
crying and Uttghing together, qn the
broad, loving brea st.
“How*did you get here so soon ? How
did;-you find me out? Oh, Fred ! Fred t
f have been so frightened and misera
Fred’s answer was a shower of kisses.
“How did I come ? In a coal car.
There was a train of them just behind.
It was not the pleasantest ride in the
world, but it brought me quick to you
poor little frightened birdie !”
And as I met the glance of those loving
eyes, I nestled closer to hls heart, and
felt, in spite of Aunt Tabby’s expecta
tions, I was at borne again.
The Sit nil of Shakespeare.
A certain French Baron, whose scien
tific tastes led him to collect tbe skulls of
celebrated persons, one day received a
visit from a man with whom he was ac
customed to deal.
“What do you bring me here?” asked
the Baron, as the man sWwly unwrapped
a carefully enveloped package. «
“The skull of Shakespeare ”
“I speak tbe truth, Monsieur le Bamn.
Here is proof of what I say,” said the
dealer, producing some papers.
“But,” replied the Baron, drawing
aside the drapery which concealed his
own singular collection, “I already pos
sess that skull.”
“He must have been a rogue who sold
you that,” was the remark of the honest
dealer. “Who was it, Monsieur ?”
“Your father,” said tjhe Baron, in a
mild tone, “he sold it to me about twen
ty-nine years ago.”
The broker was for a moment discon-
then explained, with vivacity :
“I comprehend. Be good enough to
observe the small dimensions of the skull
on your shelf. Remark the narrow occi
put, the undeveloped forehead, where in
telligence is still mute. It is of Shakes
peare certainly, bat Shakespeare as a
child about twelve or fourteen years old
whereas this is that of Shakespeare when
he bad attained a certain age, and had
become the great genins of which Eng
land js so justly prond.”
The Baron bought the second head.
A lively/onng lady says it’s all amis*
take about her not taking an interest in
married gentlemen, for she does—in those
whose wives are dead.
A Kbstccky paper tells of a tree a
foot and a half in diameter which fell
across the back of a mule and was broken
in two. '
What is the difference between a sailo
and * er drinker ? One pats his sail up
and the other puts bis ale down.
The highest office within the gift of
the people is the weather signal station
on Pike’s Peak. -
The Connecticut hay crop is good.
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Caps, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Trimmings,
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OIKMEN GKO, F., mannfactnrer.of Cakes and
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U»Ued J. c. Wilson, p«tor.
s^-rasrah 51 .^'
4. S unday School at 9 ’
id Sunday of each month at 10 a. x.
J*i/ <a ? e Lhy lge J L ,?L iL ' No - «fr-s. B;! Wilson,
W. M., 4. Horton Hall, Secretary IrtTbure
day of each month*
0./.JVb.TSO-A, Q. White.
N-G-j *• «. M®Cree»y, Secretary. Meets every
Friday evening. -
Banking JSfouw-Thomas McCreery.
Methodist Episcopal Rev. D. L. Dempsey
Pastor. Service* every Sunday at 10tf a. x., and
7p. x. Sunday School at 9a. x.
Freshyterian—TLet. Jas.M. Shields, Pastor.
c«b every Sunday at UA.x.,and 6p. x. Sun
day School at 9* a. x.
Methodist Episcopal < Colored) —C. Asbnry,
Pastor. Servlceß every Sunday at 11 a. x., and at T
p. x. Sunday School at 9a. x.
A. M, E. zion (Cbtor«f>—Rev. Lyons, Pastor.
Services every other Sunday at 11 a. x., and at
7 p. *•
Enola Lodge. J. 0. 0. T., So. 163—William Car
ter, W. C. T., Tlille Moorhead, W. 8., meets even
Friday evening in their hall above A. C.HoretV
Dry Good Store.
Beaver Lodge, t. 0. 0. F., So. 866 Samue:
McCabe, N. Q., David Woodruff, Secretary, meet*
every nesday pvemng.
Harrison GrahamEneampment, I. O. 0. F.. So.
116-D. Shumaker, C. P„ Wm. Morton, H. P., D.
Woodruff, Scribe, meets Ist and 3d Thursday even
ings of each month in Odd Fellows Hall.
Episcopal—Services Ist and 3d Sundays at 10.30
a. X- and 7.30 p. x. Georgetown—2d and 4th Son-
Rev. Bollard, pastor.
Methodist Episcopal—Bev. T; 8. Hodgson.Pastoi
Services ever* Sunday at 10H a, x., and 7 p. x.-
Sunday School at 2 b.x; ,
Methodist Episcopal. C German ) | Rev. Hiller,
Pastor. Semces every Sunday at 10ft a. x., and 7
p. m. Sunday School at. oa. x.
Lutheran —Rev. H. Keck, Paster. Servlets ev
ery Sunday at 10# a. -x., and 7p. x. Sunday
School at 2 X; <
First German St. Paul’s
Church-rßev. P. Borto, Pastor. Services every
other Sunday at 2P. x. Sunday School at 1p x.
Qjtholio-Ber. Mr. Gunkle, Priest. Serricescv
ery fourth Sunday of each month, at 10 a. x., and
AtnaraM LMrJ. jp. G. T. % So. 294-v>
R Blanchardv W. C, T.; Emil Smith, W. B.’
Meet everyWednesdayeTep'ginConwgy'a HalL
T - M.,So.n£~T?R. Pen-;
iTdOewm, W. SLrJOIBb Coliway, Sec’y. Meets every
Friday before fall moon.
Eureka*’Chapter K. A. M:, No. 167, meets In Ma
sonic Hal! on first Wednesday after fall moon. M.
JB. U. P., J. R. Pendleton; Secretary, John Con-
Methodist Episcopal tVi«rc/l—Rev.E.B.Webstei,
Paster. Services every other Sunday at 10)4 a. a.,
and alternate Sundays at 7 p. x. Sunday School
at fta. m. ■'.!*•■
M. R, German— Rey. Mr. Zerkel, Pastor. Send
ces, alternale Sundays at 10J4 a. x. Sunday School
at 9 a.m. . • l ■
Preibyterlan—uav. Wortman, Pastor. Send
ees every Sunday at 11 a.x>, and 7p.m. Sunday
School at 9 a. m.
German Lutheran—Roy. Mr. Bom, Pastor. Ser
vices every other Bdnda/at 10 a. x., and alternate
Sundays at *p. Mi Sunday School at 9a. x.
Friends— Meeting at 11 a. x. every Sunday.
. Catholic—Bor. 3. O. Bigham,'Priest. Services,
Ist, 8d and 6th Sundays each month at IOH a. x.
Sunday School every Sunday at p. x.
Church of God—Rev. McKee,. Pastor. ‘Sc--
▼lces every Sunday at 10 a. x., and 7p. x. Sunday'
School at Byt a. x. -
Baptist—Rov. Dr. Winters, Pastor. Sendees ev
ery Sunday at 10 a. x. and 7 p. x. Sunday School
iVaabyferian— Bey, A. Q. Wallace, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10J4 a. x. and 7p. x.
Sunday School at BJ4 a. m.
0.8. Presbyterian—Rer. B. C. Critchlow, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10J4 a. x. and 7 p. x.
Sunday School at BJ4 a. x.
Episcopal—Rev. Spaulding, Rector. Servicer
at IOVt a. x. and SP. x. Sunday School at a. x.
Seats free, and all are cordially invited.
first Methodist Church- Rev. F. 8. Crowther,
Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10 a. x. and ?
r. x. Sunday School at 814 a. x.
Methodist Episcopal— Rev. 3. R. Mills, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10 a. x. and 7p. x. Sun.
day School at 8H a. x.
Beaver River Lodge, 1. O. O. T., Ed. 963.
Robert Hay. W. V. T., T. S. Wilson W. S. Meets
every Tuesday evening.
Mew Brighton Lodge , I. O. O. T.,Eo. SOI—T. L.
Kennedy, W. C. T.. Oliver, McKeage, W. h
Meets every Thursday evening.
Robertson Lodge y /,' O. O. F., Eo. 450—Henry
Lloyd, N. q., N. G. Taylor, Secretary. Meets
every Monday evening.
Union Lodge, A. T. Jf.. Eo. 259—R. Coovert,
Meets Ist aud Sd Tuesdays of each month.
Eational Bank Beaver County—John Miner, Free!
dent, Edward Hoops, Cashier, Broadway,
Banking House—R. £. AH. Hoopes, Broadway.
Yo'’ngM*n'« Library Assoeiation-JoeephJient
ley. President; Biram Platt, Secretary. Meets
every Friday evening.
MeOlodUt W. B, Grace, Pastor.
Services every Sunday at 10)4 a. m. and 7*4 p, m. 1
MjemOdiet— Rev. J. f. Dyer, Pastor. Services,
twery Sunday at 11a.*., and 7 7 p. m. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening. Sunday
school at 2*4, r. *.
JYvsbytman-rßev. Moorehead, Pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday at 11a. *., and 7 *4 p. *.
Sunday School every Sunday at 9*4 o’clock at same
place.T.Noble, Sup't. ,
Uniied Pre*byUrtan-~ Rev. J. I. Frazier, pastor.
Services on Sabbath at 10*4 o'clock, a * and 7*4
, - ASSOCIATIONS.
Bearer Valley Lodge, A. Y. Jf.,47B—Heets’every
second and fourth Monday of each-month. T £
Bateman. WjM.- JLB Dawson, S W; 8 H Hawkins,
3 W; Henry Hitt. Tress; Ch.- Hotter, See. 1
Harmony Chapter, 206. Heeta first Monday each
month. ■ E.A.NobIe.HJS; W.H.Gilm; fc; A.Tom
lineon, 8.: P. MarUoUTreaa.: B-C. Patterson,Bee.
. VaUeyJßcho Lodge, 1.0; 0.7 k, If 6. B.
Boon, 79. G-, James H. Nugent, Sec’y. Meet*
every Thursday e vdfitng ft 7** o’clock.
. Btownty SaHMae/ratUuU-bemj Hice, Prea’t..
johnßeevee.Cashler. ; i,
W. C.' NOi 126.P0. fll of Atf—Heets every Hon
day . evening ‘ In" Washington. 'Half, Ramsey’s
Block, Main street* G Altman, BS; A Anderson,
President. *■- 1
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SerMcw. 10H o , «oS;%i»a evening,
Sunday School eytry Sabbath at 2 p.*.
Services every other Sabbath at 10*4 o’clock, and
Sabbath School Vt 4 o'clock. *• Hr
Service* everyjotner Sabbath at
M o'clock ind Sabbath SebMpAhofclock;'
: Jrartyferion-rßev, W. O. Taylor, Chaplain at
Permfcylvabla Institute for Soldiers’ Orphans. -Ser
vices in Chapel at 2 o'clock; and lecture in the
evening at 7 o’clock. Sabbath School at 10*4
4. W, Ad»Bon.
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* S. J. CROSS.
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O. W. HUNTER,
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>j»HOB. KENNEDY & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO WM. BUBCHXJNO.
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DUUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
FANCY & TOILET ARTICLES,
SPONGES, BRUSHES AND PERFUMERY,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYES.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all honn.
gg A VALUABLE INVENTION! gj
Only Five Dollars /
With the New Patent Button Bole Worker.
The Most Simple and Compact in Construction.
The Most Durable and Economical in Usei
A Model of Combined Strength and Beauty.
Complete in all its parte, usee the Straight EVe
Pointed Needle, Self-Threading,: direct upright
Positive Motion, New Tension, Self Feed and
Cloth Qulder. Operates by Wheel,'and.on Table.
Light Running, Smooth and Noiseless, like all
good high-priced machines. Baa: patent check to
prevent the wheel being, turned the wrong way.
uses the thread direct from'the spool. Makes the
Elastic Lock Stitch (finest and strongest stitch
known!) firm, durable, close and rapid. Will’do
all kinds of work, fine and coatee, from Cambric
to heaty Cloth or Leather,' and uses all descrip
tions of thread.
The best mechanical talent in America and Eu
rope hasbeen devoted to improving and simplify
ing our Machines, combining only that which is
practicable, and dispensings with all complicated
nrronndings generally Brand in other machines.
Special terms afid extra inducements to male
and female agents, store keepers,-Ac.’. who will
establish agencies through'the country and keep
our pew nutchines on exhibition and’ sale.' County
rights given to smut agents free. Agent’s com
§l«ie outfits fnnyshed without any extra charge,
amples of se wing, descriptive, clrquare containing
terms. teßtlmonla]s, «ngravlngß, Ac., sent free.
BROOKS SEWING MACHINE CO..
1 No. 1329 Broadway,
'J'HE BEST AND MOST IMPROVED
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF
Safes and Vaults
ARB MADE BY TEE
PITTSBURGH SAFE COMPANY
167 PENN STREET,
roar2B-3m PITTSBURGH, PA.
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TpDTH AVE. CLOTHING HALL,
1813. SPRING-STOCK. 1873.
Is offered lower than any other house in the city.
Buyers, Study Tour Own Interest , and examine
the stock of J. HANNACH before purchasing else
The stock comprises Men’s, Boys’, Youths’,
and Children’s Clothing, at WhdUtcUe and Retail
Particular attention given to Custom Work.
J. HANNA CH.
Bring this invitation with you. mar2B-8
J J. GILLESPIE & CO.,
FRENCH PLATE GLASS,
MANTEL AND PIER GLASSES,
STEEL ENGRAVINGS & CHROMGB.
Estimates furnished for Plate Glass to
Contractor andßuilders. mar2l-6m
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