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VOL. 2 NO. 20.
BLOOMSBTJRGr, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1868.
PRICE FIVE OENTS.
STOVES AN1 TIKWAIIE.
JAUOII MI7TZ, denterln Hove, A tinware, Main
st., hoove court house, vlll 1.1
AM. nUI'EKT, Hove mill tlnnnrp, llupert
. block, Main si., west of Market. vl-nll
RKV. A. II AKTMAN, Moves, Tinware lof nil
kinds, sailing etc. First more on Went curt
ol Houth Main SJtleet. V2.IU7
!.0V'i;NIU:nO. merchant tailor. Main nt.. 2d
dooralmvo American house, vl-ti 13
T . I Mtl.'Kt lll'tt I f Vf t I .11
)" njiia.uuuHuui, iiuitrtiiiuiiiiu renin uriu-
er In clothing, etc; Hartman'8 building-. Main
nituas, CHEMICALS, AC.
N, MOYnit. druinrlU and anotbecary. Hi
clmiigo block Main t. vluf1
I', f,UT7,, druggUt nnd apothecary, Itupcrt
CLOCKS, WATCHES, AC.
r nitiu ntMJMtt ttm t u -...i .u.i. t
JJ near southeast corner Main and Irontds.vlMilJ
A II. HAVAOK. dealer In clocks, watches and
U. Jewelry, Mam M., Just below American
H CATHCAItT. watch nnd clock maker. Market
IX Bl below Main. vl-nll
HOOTS AND ailOKS.
n M. IIUOW'N, boot nnd ahonmakcr.Maln street
VhOiXnnilH.manufacturer nnd denier In boots
nnd Uioen,MainM., opposite Kp I scopnl church
HI,MV KM:iM, manufacturer nnd dealer in
hoot m nnd fihci,Ktoe.c4 etc., JIast lilooms
Imrg Main st. vMill
DAVID HMT7., boot nnd bhocmaker, MnlnTt.,
below JIitrtman'H store, west of Market street.
TH. 11VANH, M, I. surgeon nnd physician south
Mdu Main st., below Market, vluli
1 It. 11. I Kinney surgeon dentist, teeth extract
J UU W11HOUL HUU, Mi
JK. M'KniiVY, M. 1. surgeon nnd physician
north ttlde Main bt., below Market. vlnl3
Jf!. ItUTTnit, M, I). Burgeon nnd 1'hyslclan,
Mat kct at., nbovo Main, vlu id
DH. II. C. HOWmt, surgeon denllBt, Main St.,
abovH court house. vl-nl-f
r R UOMHON, Attoruey.at-Law.omeo Hart
man's building, Mnlnhlrcet. vi-nlM
MILLINEIIY fc FANCY 0001)3
bullulug, Main st.
11 ISM A. 1). Wi:nn, fancy goods, notion,, books,
ill stationery, north side Main street below Mar.
PKTKP.MAN, millinery mid fincy goods op.
poslte episcopal church, Main st. vlu 13
11 KM. JULIA A. & HAUi: I1AIIKM2Y, Indies
ill clonks nnd dres pattern.!, Houtheuut corner
Main nnd west at.
DRRUICKHOV. millinery nnd fancy
goods MuliiHt., opposite Court House, vl-i
vi I HM. M. H. KUItMAN, milliner. Mnln St., below
1U 1 Iiirtnian's store, west of Market st. viiU
rpJIK MlKrtES HAHMAN millinery nnd fancy
1 goodd.Maln sired Just below American houso.
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
TI.I!Al'OCK,oyternnd entlng saloon, Ameri
can House, Mnln St., Ilaltzer I-eucock BUjwrln
tendent. v I -ii 15
UlI)MYi;U &. JACOI1Y, confcctlonry, bakery,
11 utul nyHter Baloon, wholenale nnd retail, Hx
clinno block, Main st. lnlt
TOX & WEIIM. confectionery, bakery, nnd oys.
V ter siiloon, wliolcsnlo mid retail, .Main ft., Just
below Iron. U-nll
HOTEL, bv Kihiiis .t. Clark. Mnln
opposite. court house. vl.nll
MKHICAN HOUHE, by John Lk.U'oik, Main
si., west ol lion bireei, u-iin
llilltKS IIOIEL, by a.W.
1' Main st.
HTOIINlMt, refreshment saloon, Main Ht.tJ.M
above courthouse, vlnll
, refreshment saloon.
WII.nlLLMOIti:, refreshment saloon, Hhlvc's
block soulh sldo Main St. vl-nll
MEHCIIANTS AND GIIOCEHS.
t'ontectiouery, gntcerlcs etc Main
J!i Bt., above Court House
c; II, MILLKIt, dealer tn drv goods, groceries,
n tineenswau', nour, sun,
Kichango block, MatiiBtieft,
M'KEI.VY NHAI. A Co.
dealers lti drvirond
iH groceries, llour, ireo. snu. iimi. iron, iv.wi-.
etc., iioitheast corner Main and Jiarkct M. vl-nt3
HC.HOWlilt, hats nnd enps, hiots and Rhoes.
Malu ht nbovo Court House, vl-ull
salt, ilsh, Iron, nails.
CI C. MAItH, dry goods and notions,
t, corner Main and Iron sts.
J, llltOWKIt. dry good, groceries, etcnfrth
, Mt bt comer Main and Iron kU. i-nli
RKV. A. IIAUTMAN, dry poods, notions, nnd
Lioccrles.. Main M.. ott"oine Ctirrd's 1'tirul-
HH. HUNHUUItaint. (agent.) groceries, tobac
- to, and confectionary, Main M opposite
LpHcopal Church. Mii3
OA. Jll';ClvI.i;Y,KyBtoneRhoeitore, Iwoks uiui
. Btullonery, houthwi-st corner Market and
.Mil J II hn.
1I.MAM UltAHMUS, confectioneries, Main
near the railroad. mhj
n Mi:NDi:NHAI.L,general stock of merchan
lj, tlKe and lumber, corner of Main street and
lu-i wlck road, vln
TJ. ltOHlilNS, dealer In dry goods grcerlcs ttc.
hhl e'B block, Mnliist., belowlron vl1
JK. OHtTON, Groceries A Provisions, south
east coiner Main ami Iron Htreets. vlnll
CI W, HNYIH'It, hardware, cull cry, guns, etc..
, Main st., below Iron, l'iil.l
I J.HI.OAN, dealer In choice dry goods, House
t kfcnlni! c.oods. fretdi urorrriis. etc.. etc. Main
st., opposite court liouhe, vlnl3
K, KYHIt, groceries snd general incuhnndlse
Matu Btiiboe West. vl-ni3
T T. BHAHl'I.rBS, dry cok1k. groceries, Isiots,
I snocs, eic nuperi iuwk, iiuiu n.
SCHAMKIt t A. I. HAVHUIlhT,I'alerslu
, Groceries, Conltctlonerlts nnd Notions,
bcottown. south Bide, two doois nbove Itrobst's
wngonmaaer shop. v2-ius.
GW. C'OItELL, furniture rooms, threo story
, brick on tluliint., webt of Market st, M-nll
EJ. THOUNTON, wall paper, window shndes,
, una Hxtures, llupert block, Mnln st. vl-n a
IT ItOHENHTOCK. pholonrnnher. Eiclmngn
11. block. Main st opposite court house, vt-ul3
T F. DHOA11T. nlintoirrnnher. Ilnrtnian's build.
tJ lug northeast corner Main and Market st, 1-n U
U J. I1IDLEMAN, Agent Mlllison's CopperTll.
JV bulnr Llghtulngllod. vl-llU
J 11. l'UHHEI.L, snddle, truulc nnd hnrness
muker, Main st below court, house, vl-nit!
fl KiiKTEIl, Ulue Muker, and Whltonud lancy
I. Tniliier.Hcottown. VI-UI7
J)nnd dealers In Lumber, of nil kinds, plnulng
mill neur the inll.ruad, vl-uie
V J. 1111)1. i:.M AN, saddle nnd harness maker,
11 . BuuiuwcBi coruer -iiuin uuu inHinci.i,
AW1T.MAN, marble works,
, corner Mnln und Market sis.
H.ItlNGLint.dfntr In pianos, organs and
inelodeoiiJi.i.tG. W.Corell'slurnlluio rooms
v 1-n 13
in Il.MAHTIilW, ngent for OroverA linker's
j , Bfwuijf niaciiine, juaiu si., iiariiuuu
ng, up stairs.
W. UOI1I11NH. Honor dealer second door from
northwest corner Malu and Iron st. vl-nl3
V J'EACOCK. Notary l'ublle, northeast isirner
1 1 - Mum uuu MUIliei. Si,
lf.HN A.PUNHTON, mulunl nnd ensh rntes fire
tl tiisurbucocuinpauy,noitheasteonier Main nnd
West st. vl-uu
flLUIKIi: 1IAK8EHT, manufseturer niidiepnlr.
I er of thleshlnu mui hints. Hniiinla A ro's Mu
chl lie Hhop, East llloomsburg, vlu!3
(H. KU1IN. denier In meat tallow, etc,,
berllirsultey, bnrk of Ainerlcau house,
QAMUEL 4AC01IY, MnrMe und HrownHlone
O works. Vjitt lllooiiishui,,Hfrwlkrsd. vliH7
W. HA M 1'I.E 4 CO. llnchlnlsts. Enst Illooms
burg near railroad. Casllmmmadant short
uisuiut, y mu n.u rep,K, va-n'.-l
n. A. Mr.ClAIKll:!., rhj lclnn an j surRoon,
U Mnln st
nexiuoortuuiKia , iioiei.
HOTKI, alul refrcfthment Baloon. bv
KJ. i:erelt.cor. of Malnnml rinot.vln7
SWAN IIOTKI, thn upper house by John Kny
der, Mnln st nljovu rfue. vI-niT
DK.HI.OAN, ilenlor In ilry rooI, eroeerle,,
. lumber una genernl MerchnniINo Main st.
GKOUCIi: LA7.AUt!H,nJale ami harness maker
Main st. above the Hwun Hotel. Vlul7
W U. HMIT1I,
inanitfnetnrer of tin ware nnd
ilealer In sto es ete. Main St.. Above '.he
Hwnn Hotel. vl-ulT
1 A n. W. Cor.K.MAJf, Merchant tnllor and
A. tlent,sfuriiM)llggoodslMnlnHt.tnext door
to tho brick hotel.
MH. HAYIIUltST, Clocks, Wntche, nnd Ouns
rcnnlrcd. Uuns nnd Watches for sale, Main
at., below l'lne.
TAMUH II. HAHMAN, Cabinet Mnker, and Un
t) dertaker. Main 8t., below Tine. V1-IH7
f ICIIAKfiC.KIXI.Elt. Confectionery, Oysier,
111 &e ckc., on i-ine ni,
between Alain and Milt.
TT H.C. Ki:i.cIINi:u,niackmlth,,on Mill
JX. mreei, near l ino.
WIF.MAM I)r.I,ONO, Shoemnlternnd mnnuf.ic
Hirer of llrlck, Mill HI., west of l'luo vln 19
EI.IAH KNYDKIt, Klnur nnd Grist .Mill, nnd
Uealer in grain, Mill Street. 1-u 17
T r.Wm II. SCIIUYI.EIt, Iron founder, MnchTn
Jjlsl.nnd Mnnuraclnier of plows, Mill Ht.vI-iH7
I HXH A. WILLIAMS A Co.
ill uf.icturers ofleuther, Mill Klreet.
10IIN Kni.I.nil, Hunt nnd Shoemaker, l'lno
tj Mtreet, ojii)ollothoAcndeniy V1-UI7
II. IliniltlNO llltOTIIKIt, Cnrpinlersnnd
Ilulldcrs, Main Mtreet, below l'lne. V1-1U7
CJAMUEL SIIAItl'I.lisH, .Maker of the llnyhunt
) Uralu Cradle. MnluMt.
J . Ornngevllle, opponlto Krnmo church.
M, HAHMAN. saddle nnd harness mnker
proprietor, soilth-enst corner Mnln nnd Hecond
II. CItEASY.dry goods, groc'crles,
eral Merchandise, Mnln Btrcet,
Sli. 111.111', miller ill Muira nnu
. Mnln Street. V2-U12
TM. II. AltnUlT, nttorncy at law, Mnln Btrcel.
nir.Iir.ILT &. KLIXR. drv coodi
j general merchandise, Slain Htrcel
KHILKU, billiard saloon, oyt-ters, and Ico
, cream In season Main (Street. v2n!2
BF. DAIJ.MAN, Merchant Tailor, HecomiHt.,
. Hobblns llulldlng. 2-MK
n t t ir tint nivu
I) Hcco ud BU below Main.
Hurge4jn nnd rhyslclan,
J II. KISTLEIl'CatlnwistiHouse," North west
. Coruor Main and Hecond Htrc-cts. v2-n 18,
M. imonST, dealer In General Merchandise,
Ury Goods, Groceries Ac. v2-nts.
LIGHT STREET DIRECTORY.
)ETEH ENT, dealer In dry goods, groceries,
1 llour, feed, solt, Ilsh, Iron, mills, etc., Light
JOSEPH WALTi:it Illncksmltli, opposite post
HP. OMAN & Co., Wheelwrights,
nliove school tioumt.
IW. E. KLINEi millinery and fancy goods.
V. HANKKY, dealer In Leather, Hides, Rirk.
etc. Cash paid fir HIden. vl-nt(
TM. M. HNT, dealer In stoves and tin ware In
all us brandies. vi-uw
OHN A.OMAN, manufacturer and dealer In
boots and shoes, vlnCI.
imi'yITtkam ri.otntiNa m ilim, c. h. rowi.r.
U Proprietor. Kill I
groceries, and general merchandise.
I). CAMVi:i.L, dealer In dry goods grocer
ies, (iiieensware, hardware, ilsh, salt, nails,
ttc, etc., vunll
V, i:i)GAn,BiH(iuehannarianlng Mill nnd
lto Manufactory. I2nll
VNPItKW MA1HKON, denier III dry goods, gro
ceries, gralilliinilHrele., Jersoylown. sl.nlfl
TACOH A, HWIKIIEH, dealer In Hides, Leainer
I Hark etc, Madison tow nihlp Columbia county
Crr.HAMUEL HIMnY, Madison Hotel, Dro
vers and MraugciH entertained. v.'-nl
H. KHOnMAKKII, dealers In dry
f',M)dM. firoct-rW-H and treneral merchaiulNi.
irststoro In bouiIi end of town. vli-nis.
TACOH A WM.HAUHIH, dealers In dry goods,
irrocerlcs. druus and medicines. i nsi
groceries, d rutin and medicines,
l-'Iist store In
north end ol tovwi.
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
Th iMiderHlL'ticd liavlni tturchased tills ,ell
Hotel, hlluatoon MAIN HTllDKT, in llloomsburg
Immediately opposl'o the Columbia county Court
House, respectfully Infoim their li lends and the
UIUIJC 111 Keneuu unit mmr nun-u i uuw in umih
W the re entlou and entertainment oftnu ellers
who imiv hi (ilMioved to fvor ltuith their cus
tom. They hao spared no expense In preparing
the Kxcluuigo for the entertainment of thelrguest
neither shall there bo anything wanting on their
ari to muuhier 10 uieir personal com ion. i ney
iniihO Is spacious, and enJois an excellent husl
()iiinihut.eN run at nil tunes between tne i.x
rliniit'o llii(fl initl Iho vnrloiitt rallrond it t not 8. bv
which triivelliis will bo Dteacantlr conNcsedto
mid from the rcspettlvo stations In flue time to
meet l no cars, jvuu.tn o. Li..im.
juoomsuurg, April 3, im.
OKOltGE V, MAUGKIt, Proprietor.
The nbovo well-known hotel has recently under
gone rud'eal changes In Its Internal nrran gem cuts,
uud Its pn prietor announces to ins lormer cusium
mid tho travelling public that hU accomodations
for the comfort of his guests are second to uouuln
tho country, His table will always bo found sun-
illcu, noi oniy no midhihuwui iouu, out wn"
Im illh-fithHOf tho t.tOKon. II lu wliiCB and li
quors (except that jxipular beveraco known its
'V.tfiVfiirO, purchased direct from tho lm)oitIng
houses, nro enuniy pure, uuu ireo ironi an poi
Bonous drugs. Ho Is thankful for u liberal pat run
ago In the past, and will continue to desero It tn
theiuiuri'. ui.uuui-4 n, nauuj.h,
1 lit. iToprieior ni ine i.xciiuugeraioou nas uow
on hand 11 largo stock of
HUM M EH HEKUEHIIMENTB,
Kl'ICKD OVSTEI1S, SAnniNt'K, TIlIl'K, llOLOflNAH
HU1K1- TO.NUl'E, 1J0II.I.1I FOOS, KWKII.EK CI1EISF.'
IiAflElt 1IEEU, ALE, AC.
- UtIMi: ONE, COME ALL AND HUE. "4
llloomsburg, May 3, 1SG7.
rpilE ESI'Y HOTEL,
nary, Columbia county, pa,
Tiif. subscriber resiiecl fully lnformshls friends
nnu ine puuuo. mat he ms la
known Houm of I'nlirtulnment, nnd will be
pleased to rrlTe tho custom of all who will
mvur mm wiiu a cull,
HK WII.Ii KEEP A OOOI) TA1ILE,
a liar well slocked with the best of Liquors, and
every euun will lie maue 10 rentier enure sails
fuellon. f, II. IHKTTEHlCli,
Espy, l'n., April 12, If 07,
OHANQEV1LI.E, COLUM11IA COUNTY, 1'A,
lniWAUU KVEltETT, l'HOl'ltlETOH.
Iluvlug taken possession eflhls well-known
uouse. so long urin uy ruiiuuei r.i ereii, ine t'ru
orlelorhusnutln ft nerniauent repair and fiimuii.
ed UAH AND LAllDEHwIlh IheiholccstHiunrs
nud newest dellcacUs. Ills stable Is not excelled
intliecountyi and no pains will be spared to
A Democratic Nowspupor
m rrnMsHfit) eveky l iunAT MonstNn at
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Printed nt ltoblson's llulldlngs, near the Court
C. M. VANUKHHI.K U.
. BUSINESS CARDS.
Neatly executed nt this Ofllc.
A T T O H K Y - A T I. A W,
Ashland, Bchulklll County, Pnn'a.
A T T O It N E Y - A T-L A W.
llerwlck, Columbia County, I'enii'a.
ATTOHNEY-AT-L A V
A T T O H N E Y A T I. A W ,
Omcewith i:. II. l.fttle. In bilck bulldlnu ml
Pensions colltctcil, Nep'io'OT.
Intnftur 1,v.l .lll(- CJI! liintl... It. if If.l'nv mnl
JOIIX (f. FUEEKE,
A T T O It N I! Y - A f L A W,
onlcein HegUltr and Iteeurder's ollhe, In the
biisement of the Court House, Illoomshurg, I'a.
OIIEHT 1". C'LAKK,
ATTItlt N E Y-A T-L A W
corner of Main mid Market streets,
Filst National Haul;, Illooumlitiig, l'n,
ATTdltN I! V-A T-L A W,
Olflce on Main sliett, In brick btllldllK below the
Court House, Illoomibiirg.ra.
ATTOHNl: Y AT LA W,
Ort in: Couil House Allev.
lo th,- f.
Would Inform the fit lens of llliMniisbiirtr and
Vlclnttv that be It now iirt naied to donll klndor
luuiiuif, oincr or goiu, I'fci.v".
C T I O N E E It .
Having followed the profession ot Public Vend no
i'rler fur tiifinv Vf-uru uv.itlil Infurtn 111 si trlf tut-
that he Is still In the field, ready and willing to
attend to all tho duties of his calling. Persons
deMrtng his services should cull or wrlta to htm
at llloomsburg, Pa, nmift'tiT.
JyU. V. H, HRADLEY,
(i,aio ASHisiam .tnnicni inret tor c, Army,)
P II VHIl'I A N AMI HU ti KO X,
4r,omceat thehouso uppolte Mihe s IlUvk,
Calls promptly attended to both night and da).
Itloomsbu-g, Jfin. is, isfi7.
HAHNP-SH, HADDLK, AND TUPNK
tHud (Ualer In
CAUPr.T.llAGK, VALIHKH, nY-NKTH,
UlFAlO JiOPFS, ItOIlHK-llt.ANKKrs AV
which he feels confident he can sell at lowtr
rate than any other peihon In (lis country. Kx
Shop tlrbl dofir below Hih pot Office Main
Ktiet-t, llloomsburg, Pa,
F A S II I O N A II L i:
HUAVINO, HA IK GUTTING
Over Wldmayer A Jacoby's Ice Cream Niihvin,
Hair Dvcinz nud Whiskers colored black or
brown. Hair Tonlolodentroydandrult'and beau
tifying tho halrj will tcstoio hair taltsorlglnal
color without Nulling tho fluent fabric, constantly
on hand, faprl2't7,
J) E X T I S T R Y .
II. C. IIOWEH, HENTISjT,
ltespectfully oners his professional seniles to
the ladles and gentlemen of lUoomshiirg and 1
clnlty. Helspiepnieil toaltend innlllho vari
ous operations In the line of Ids piofesslon, and
I, provided Willi the lutlkt lmprocd I'oiuki.ain
Ti:lt1I which will bo Inserted on gold ptatlug,
sliver and rubber linse In look as well as the uat.
urut teeth. Tcelli txlraitid by nil the new and
inohi upproM tl inciiiuuM, nun uu operations on
the leelli caufullvnnd proi.crlv ntlended In.
llcsldence uud olllco a lew doors ubove tho
l ourt House, same sine,
"DOWDER ICEGS AX1) LUMIIER.
W, M, MONItOECO
nn J dealers In nil Muds of
gU e notleo that they are prepared to acromulnte
their custom with dlspnteb, nnd ou the cheapest
1. very description ol scalo warranted to glo
entire sallsfaclion. Heiul for Catntogue and rir
culari seeoud.haud Hcnles of other makers,akcii
ill pari pny lor ours, lur sin" neap
11 HOWE HUALE CO,
1 1'ark l'lnre, New York 131 Fsderal hi. iioston.
a si:.ti.mi:.taI. dii.ii.mma,
11V OLtVKIt Wr.NPEM. liot.Ml-.
Noiv, by tho blessed 1'nphlan iiieen,
Who heaves the bicnst of sweet sixteen I
Ily every namo I cut on bark
Belore my tuornliig star grow, dark j
Uy Hymen's torch, by Cupid's dart J
By nil that thrills the heating heart ;
Tin bright black eye, tho melting blue
I cannot choose between the tw o.
I had a vision In my dreams;
I saw a row of twenty beam, J
From every beam n rope wns hung,
In overy ropoa lover swung!
I nsked tho huo of overy eyo
That hade each luckless lover die;
Ten shadowy lips said heavenly blue,
And ten accused the itaiker hue.
1 asked n matron which alio deemed
Willi fairest light of beauty beamed ;
8ho answered, somo thought both were Iftlr
Olve her blue eyes and golden hair,
I might havo llltod her Judgment well,
Hut as sho spuko she rang n bell,
And nil her girls, nor small nor few,
Came marching In their eyes were blue,
1 nsked n maiden; hack she flung
The locks that round her forehead hung,
And tin ned her eye n gtorous one,
Bright, ns n diamond In the sun,
On me, until bencnth lis rajs,
1 felt as If my hnlr would blaze;
Hho liked all eyes but eyes of green ;
She looked nt me; what could sho menu?
Ah I many lids Lovo links between
Nor heeds the coloring of Ills screen t
And when his random nrrnws lly,
Tho victim falls, but knous not whr,
Onze not upon his shield of Jet,
The shnft upon the string Is set ;
Look not bencnth his nzurc veil,
Though every limb were eased In malt.
Well, both might make n martyr .reak
The chain that bound him to tho stake ;
And both, with but n sluglo ray,
Can melt our very hearts away;
And both when batanced, hardly ceni
To stir the scute 1, or rock the beam ;
But that Is dearest all Hie while
That wears for lis the sweetest smllf.
LATE PEESIDENT BU
CHANAN. REM IN LICENCES OF Jilt, JlL'WIANAN'S
Lirr, asa Lawveh, a Politician,
A Nil A STATESMAN 1113 OPINIONS
OF IIIsCoTr.Ml'OHAHir.S Ills JlAC'H-
Ei.ou Life at Wheatland, etc.
Lancaster Coi rcpondem c, Cinclnii.iii Cm- ,
iiicrciai.j i .'7
Lancasteu, June 7, 1MJS ' who-e company ho liked, ns Krnnke,
lu-ciiANAN as a lawyeii. 1 1,10 Br(-'!lt Lnncu-tor brewer, Patrick
The President Judge of Lancaster i McEvoy, the representative Irish bar
told, at tho bar-meeting last Thursday, I rr, and Dr. McCalla, his dentist. A
this incident of liuclianau's shrewdness few Itepubllcaiis were on tho list, but
In cross-examination : there were several old-fashioned Dem-
A man brought n charge against ociats, like Hcister, of the Charleston
another of threatening his life, lliichan- Convention, and Il.iker, ex-collector of
an was retained for the defence. Hp tho port of Philadelphia. Thirteen
examined tho plaintiff thus: i collateral relatives were mourners
"Well, Mr. Wank, suppose you were1 "round his grave, with some small
n man of moro nerve, a man not easily 1 grand-nephews nud grand-niece-. Mrs
frightened by nthrent-lut yourself in L Johnston, Kite Harriet Lane, lias
tho liosltWm of n ciiuriigcou man u "W imiiieO, V IipUcvv, for .lames Uu-
would von have cared for this threat of
my client ."
"I nm n man," .-aid (lie pl.iliitUr, "of
as much eourage n any body, sir,"
"Then you wero not frightened when
my client threatened you?"
"You are not afraid of him'.'"
"Xo! I nm not."
"Well, then, what did you bring
this charge for?"
Thojustlco dismlvcd the eae,
Ihichanau was not a man of decision
except in eases whero lie had fully ex
amined himself. Thus, when lie gave
un mo law at tne age 01 lony, lie was v
never but oneo tempted back to it, and
then on the earnest plea of it widow. Ho
was frequently urged to como forward ,
again, but his mind was made up,
There are Instances of professional
charity on his part, though very few
of pecuniary charity. licence cleared
it man for homicide and refu'ed a fee
saying to tho man; ,
"Do you take this money and move ,
away; uo It to begin life again ! Stop
drinking and go to church, and that is
tho best way you can pay me. !
Tradition relates that tho man came
back after a period of years, repentant
and well-to-do, and thanked the old
As a lawyer, Huchantiii was noted
chiefly for tho perspicuity of ids state
ments. Like Lincoln, he presented n
case so that.both.sldes ol it wero exposed.
Ills voice wns of fairstrength, very de
liberately enunciated, and pitched In n
peculiar tone, attended with a blinking
of ono eye as ho drew line sights of
meaning. Ho had no personal collision
witli opposite counsel, being too cold of
temperament to sell his heart with his
talents, Nobody ever saw him cast
down; lie was sometimes angry, but
put a small vnluo upon vindletlvcuoss ;
whatever personal despite or humilia
tion ho felt was husbanded up in his
secret bachelor heart and no man shared
its Jiang. He laughed often, moro ve
hemently than heartily, and chielly at
his own relations of things pa-t or per
TIUCirANAN'rl MOHEI.s AND AVEHSIONS.
Mr. Swarr, his executor, says that ho
has often heard Mr. Huchanan express
his admiration or Mr. Henry Clay. Tills
wns, f,f course, after Mr. Clay's decease.
"Of all tho men 1 ever know, Mr.
Clay stood highest In magnanimity, In
conscious, posltlvo superiority. Ho was
it splendid leader, largely endowed with
tho graces, with eloquence, genius,
heartiness, nnd soul."
His generlcndnilratloiis wero not east
about among popular nud representative
favorites, howovcr. Mr. lirown, n
leading lawyer here, states that tho old
gentleman used to mention, with high
rosptct, Hllns Wright as his chief mod
el. So did ho tidiiilro Nathaniel Macon
Win. Lowndes, of South Carolina, Mr.
Chestnut nnd Mr. Pinckney. Ho had a
regard for the good that was In Pre-I.
author nmong statesmen was Thomas
Jefferson, and ho used to describe, with
a single mixture of iiniusomentiiud as
tonishment, tho rough-grained sagacity
of Andrew Jackson, From tho com
bined testimony of his visitors It ap
pears that Biiclmnan's expression of
love for his Stato favorites wns ifn In
tellectual measurement rather than 11
reverence or a grateful reminiscence.
He stated to Mr, Smith, editor of the
famous old Democratic sheet, tho Lull
mister Intelligencer, that Andrew John-
son Iiml oiico vlsttctl Wliofltlftuil, nnd
Impressed him (lluciinnnn)with nn Men
of Joint soil's earnest honcity of purpose
Diirltip; Jolniioii'd dliputei with Con
Krcsi, Uiiclintiiiti remarked that the
President seemed unduly nnxlotn about
liis relative rank with his nupportcrit.
Tho ex-l'rcsideiit said Hint a President
ought todo without sueh Jealousies. Hit
chaiian believed that Johnson ivouldbo
convicted. Ho mid to repentcdly dur
ing tho trial, onco alleging that nn ng
grewivo party having committed Itself
to n project, wns bound to enrry it out
on tho principle, of self-preservation.
"There will not bo enough independent
Senators to clear him," ho said, nmong
Ills last remarks upon tho news. When
told that tho eloventh article lind failed
Buchanan said ! "Tho wind shifts, Par
ties nro where 1 left them, when I retir
ed." Seward wns looked upon by Uuchitli
an ns tho founder of tho llcpublicnn par
ty. Ofhlm ho dletnted thoe words:
"He wns much moro of n politician than
n statesman. Without strong convic
tions, lie understood the art of preparing
in his closet, and uttering before tho
public, antithetical bcntcnces, well eal
culntcd both to Inilnmo the nrdor of his
anti-slavery friends nnd to exnipernto
his pro-slavery opponents. He raised
n storm which, llko others of whom we
read In history, ho wanted both thceour-
ngo nud tho power to itiell."
Among the other dlstingubhcd peo
ple who havo lived in this County of
Lancaster were Langdou Cheves, Gov
ernor Mlfllin, IHOiop liowman, Gener
al Reynolds, slain at Gettysburg, David
Ilnmscy, tho historian, Robert Pulton
bom here, Count Zinizondorf, patron to
the American Moravians. Tho parents
of John C. Calhoun lived for a tlmu In
I Lancaster county, and moved thence to I
During Mr. lluchanau's life, Wheat
laud was visited by every variety of
distinguished strangers, lie was a fa
vorite with Europeans, and with
I'l'cnchmen particularly, as ho poka
I int.- I'tuneii language elegantly, aim nail
anecdotes to relateof half tho sovereigns
In Europe. Among his lull-bcaiers
...,.1L. nianv nniet t.eonli. of Iho comitrv.
ehanan. llev. Dr. John W. Xevin, of
the Gorman Reformed Church, named
llticlidiinu among his communicants.
The President Iateameto church three
weeks before his death j he walked to
town .-everal times during the latter
months of his life. Hi- housekeeper,
Ml-s Xetty Parker, whom ho has be
friended often, will leave Wheatland
soon, mid take up her abode In the city.
Then the old mansion will probably bo
Mild, though the ex-l'icsident should
haunt the cool spring by It gate ever
in the day of Woolly Heads and Sil
ver (irnys, or .-ewiinl aim l lllmore
Vhlgs, Mr. M'Pher.-on edited the
Woolly Head paper of Lancaster In the
Interests of Mr, .Stewns It was a new
paper, and ISuchmian .-iib-crlbcd for it.
At that time Prank Pie.ee had sent for
liiicliaiiau nnd offered I'lm a foreign
mis-ion, whereat lhehearts ofthe Penn
sylvania Democracy were lifted up.
They anticipated, what dllerwarils
came true, that liiicliaiiau would return
from l.iirope In louryears, anil he niailo 1 slighter the hold she gives her tqipo
the Democratic candidate for the I're-I-1 nent. Sho Is either perfectly good-
deney. .lust before Buchanan left Lan
caster, MePhersun wrote ti long and
eau-tic leader reviewing Buchanan. He
arrayed Ids long hi-tory as that of a
-tate-niau who had never originated ;
one public nica-iiie, led one new I lie,
or Inipre-spd hlin-clf upon tho tlmu us
anything more tliaua public function
ary. Next day the -tately form of tho
nniba--adorwa-.-een cios.iug t'lestrcet;
lie entered the olllco and demanded his
subscription receipts, Itwa- produced;
he paid hi- money and -olemiily depar
ted. "Do you wi-h the -Ma-on- and other
benelli'lal bodies to attend your fune
ral?" said Mr. Swarr.
"Provided they do so of their own
freewill," he answered, "and without
being requested or pemuaocd tn dosn by
any person whatsoever,"
Lying in his colllln so like a gravoold 1
blehop, vowed tn chastity and tho
church, I looked at him with more than I
pity for hi., lonely eminence- -surrounded
"nil his life with public work and
public men, and not u woman's
lovo to mako his triumph wortii divid
ing, or comfort his overthrow. Beyond
all this 1 felt that few bachelor old uioa
had been half so eheerful,sofelf-rellant,
so proud to die as calmly for t heir soli
tary famons other Presidents for tho
honor of their children,
Said Prauke, the brewer, to me:
".Air. Buchanan would havo been
more of n man witli n wife. Under
standing tho family relation by expe
rience would have niadu him n broader
statesman. Ho would not havo been
socolil, and ho would then have had
I must not fall to add that .Mr. Bu
chanan considered his mother, whom
ho well remembered, us tho best and
most talented woman ho had over
known. Hospokoof her to somo few
j ,,,,. f,.,on(I, rtlmost wtl ,,.
Sl'EAK ENflLisii, A Dutchman had
two pigs, a largo 0110 nnd it small 0110.
Tho smaller ono being the elder, ho was
trying to explain to it customer, and did
it in thiswise; " Tho llttlo pig is tho
plggcst." Upon which ids wife, nsstim
ing to correct him, said: "You will
please exeuso him, ho no speak ns good
English ns mo; ho no mean tho llttlo
pig Is tho plggcst, but the youngest pig
in the oldest."
Ehom nn nrtlclo on "Little Women"
in tho London Saturclai Jlcvtew, wo
mnko tho following extrnct !
Tho llttlo woman Is Irrepressible.
Two frngllo to como Into thu fighting
section of Immunity, tt puny ertnture
whom one blow from a man's huge fist
could annihilate, absolutely fearless,
nnd Insolent with the Insolence which
only thoso dnro show who know that
retribution cannot follow what can bo
done with her? She is afraid of noth
ing, nnd to bo controlled by no one.
Sheltered behind her wenkness its be
hind a triple ehcel of brnss, thenngrloH
man tlnro not touch her, while she pro
vokes 111 ni to n combat In which ills
hands nro tied. Hho goes her own way
In everything nnd everywhere. At
homo nnd nbrottd sho Is equally doml
nnnt nnd Irrepressible, oqunlly frco from
obedlcnco nnd fenr. Who breaks nil
(ho public orders in sights nnd shows,
nnd, inplto of King, Kaiser, or Police
men X,goes whero it is expressly forbid
den that she shall go? Xot tho largo
boned, muscular woman, whatever her
temperament; unless, Indeed, of the
exceptionally haughty typo In distinct
ly Inferior surrounding, nnd then sho
ca i itieen It royally enough, and set
everything nt lordly defiance. Hut In
general tho largo boned women obeys
the orders given, hecutieo while near
enough to man to be somewhat on a
par with him, sho Is still undoubtedly
Ids Inferior. Shu Ik too strong to shelter
herself behind her weakness, yet too
weak to assert her strength, and defy
her master on equal ground. Sho is
like n flying fish, not one tiling wholly;
and while capable of tho inconveniences
of two lives, Is incapable of tho privi
lege of either. It is not she, for all her
well developed frame nudjffornildablo
looks, but tho llttlo woman, who breaks
the whole code of laws, and defies all
their defenders tho pert, smart, pretty
Utile woman, who laughs In your face,
nnd goes straight nhend If you try to
turn her to the right hand or to tho left,
receiving your remonstrances with the
most sublime Indifference, ns If you
wero talking a foreign language, which
she did not understand. She carries
everything before her, wherever she is.
You may sec her stepping over barriers,
slipping over ropes, penetrating to tho
greenbeiiches with a red t icket taking the
beat places on tho platform over the
heads of their rightful owners', settling
hei'nolf among the reserved seats with
out nn inch of pasteboard to float iter.
You cannot turn her out by mnln force.
Hrltish chivalry objects to tho public
laying on of hands lit tho case of n wo
man, oven when most recalcitrant and
ui.-obedient ; moro particularly if
biimll mill frngllo looking wotmvn. So
that, if it is only n usurpation of places
specially masculine, sho is allowed to
retain what sho has got amid tho grave
looks ofthe elders not really tllsiilcas
ed, though, at tho flutter of her ribbons
amongst them and tho tho titters and
nudges of tho young fellows. If tho
battle Is between her mid another wo
man, they are left to fight it out us they
best can, with the odds laid heavily on
the little one.
All tills time there is nothing nf the
tumult of contest about her. I'lery and
combative as she generally Is, when
breaking tho law in public places she
I- the soul of serene daring, Shu shows
no heat, no pus-Ion, no turbulence ; she
leaves tlie.-e as extra weapons of defence
to women who are ns-allalile. I'or her
self she requires no such aid-. She
knows her capabilities and the line of
I attack that best suits her, and she
knows, too, that the fewer point- of con-te.-t.-he
oxpo-os the morn likely she I
j to slip into victory, the more she a
' sunies, nud tho le-s she argue-, the
humored or blankly Innocent: slieclth
er riiille- you into Indulgence or wcnrlc
you into compliance by sheer Impelo-
ne.-s of making an inipres-ion on her.
Slip may, Indeed, If of tho very voclfer-
011-and shrlll-tongued kind, bttr.-t out
Into Mich a nol-y demonstration that
you are glad to e-cape from her.no mat
ter what spoils you leave on her band-;
Ju-t as n mastiff will .-link away from a
bantam hen all heckled feathers and
screeching cackle, and tremendous
sumption of doing something terrible if
1 lie doe- not look out. Any wity, the
! llttlo woman Is unconquerable; anil a
tiny fragment of humanity at iv pub
lic show , setting nil rules and legtila
tions at defiance, is only carrying out,
lu matter of benches, tho manner of lite
to which nature ha- dedicated herfinm
A- a rule, tho little women are brave.
When the lymphatic giantess falls Into
n faint or goes off Into hysterics, she
storms, or bu-tles about, or holds Jon
like n giiinn terrier, according to tho
work on hand. Sho will lly nt nny man
that annoys her, and bears herself equal
to tho biggest nud strongest fellow In
her acquaintance. In general she does
It nil by bheer pluck, nnd is not notori
ous for tubtelty In craft. Had Delilah
been n llttlo woman she would never
havo taken tho trouble to shear Samp
son's locks, Sho would havo defied him
with all his strength untouched on his
bend, nnd -he would have overcome
111 ri 1 too,
Judith uud Jael were both probably
large women. The work they went
about demanded n certain strength of
muscle nud toughness of sinew; but who
can sny that Jezebel was not 11 siiiall,
freckled, milium haired Lady Audloy
nf her time, full of the concentrated tire,
tho electric, force, the pa-slouato reck
lessness of her typo 'i Regan nnd Gone
ill might havo been beautiful demons
of tho same pattern ; wo havo the ox
as to what amount of spiritual deviltry
can exist with tl.oraconi.d mannerof un I "'! ".
n,.i ,11... re,,,,. i,ov... ..,,.1 ,iwTf O'0 -'"ii'nild Isle, with astonishment
nugel direct from heaven; nud perhaps
Cordelia was n tall, iliirk-halred girl,
with a pair of lirown eyes, nnd a long
noso sloping downward, Look nt Mod
ern Jewesses, with their flashing Ori
ental orbs, their night black tres.scs,and
1 their olive-colored coinplexloiis;nseatii'
logued properties according to the
Ideal, they would bo placed in tho list
1 of the natural criminals and law break-
ors, while. In renlity they nro nbout as
meek nnd docile n set of women ns nro
to he found within tho four seas.
We present below tho workings of
the men, and would sny to our Radi
cal frlends.bonot too severe on yourstr
ax men who preferred to vote according
to law, testimony and conscience, to
being members of the Radical patty.
Read this list:
This number Is frequently used in
tho lllblc. On the 7 th day God ended
his work, tho 7lh month Noah's nrk
(otichcd the ground, und in 7 days a
ilovo was sent out.
Abraham pleaded 7 times for Sodom,
lacob served 7 years for Rachel, mourn
ed 7 days for Joseph, nnd was pursued
days' journey by Laban.
A plenty of 7 years, and it famine of
7 years were foretold In Pharaoh's dream
by 7 fat nnd 7 lenn beasts, nnd 7 ears of
full nnd 7 ears of blasted corn.
On tho 7th day of the 7th mouth the
children of Israel fasted 7 days, nnd re
mained 7 days In tents. Every 7 years
tho land rested ; every 7 years nil bond
men wero free, nnd the law was rend to
In tho destruction of Jericho, 7 priests
horo 7 trumpets 7 days; on tho 7th day
they sounded tho walls 7 times ; nnd at
tho end of tho 7th round the walls fell.
Solomon was 7 years building his
temple, and feasted 7 days at its dedica
tion. In tho tabernacle were 7 lamps,
and the gold candlestick had 7 branches.
Naaman washed 7 times in Jordan.
Job's friend sat with him 7 days and
nights und offered 7 bullocks and 7
rams as an atonement.
In tho Revelations wo read of 7 church
es, 7 candlesticks, 7 stars, 7 trumpets, 7
plagues, 7 thunders, 7 veils, 7 nngels
ind a 7 headed monster.
Tho reign ofthe French Jacobins was
about 7 years.
Tho reign of tho Jacobins of Ameri
ca is about to end in tiie 7th year.
Seven Radicals wero honest enough
to vote according to tho law, evldeneo
and Jitftice, 011 tho impeachment ease.
The -even may save our country
trom disgrace and tho Constitution
from entire destruction; All honor to
the seven. Fireport JUiIletln.
The following comes to us from tt gen
tleman lit tho Government service. It
carries Its own comment,
"To the People nf Marion JJMrict :
"I nm the wife of Edward O. Collins
anil daughter of Colonel Levi l.eggeto ;
I havo seven small children, und tho
eldct sickly ; my husband was my on
ly means of support : he ieu arretted 61
military authority on the lWi Auciist
last nnd is now in prl-on in Civtlo
Pinckney, Churle-dou Harbor. When
in the Marion Jail the officers refused to
let his friends .-eo him. He had honyht
Gnlllvant's Perry ,nnd wns making sup
port for hi- family. The otllcers said
that the ferry was abandoned, and gave
an order to Clayton Ralley to take tho
ferry which ho still has lu po-os-don ;
I have no 'mule, hor.-e, or ov, or means
to buy; my father is in the -eventy--ee-ond
year of his age; my father-in-law
six or seven year- older, and threatened
with apoplexy ; has been sick moro I
than 11 year. My father, and my father-1
in-law tiro very poor ami enn nanny
support their l.iniilles ; my lather lias'
reduced himself to want by a Isting'
my family ; niy father had twenty no
gluts, and my father-in-law seventy ; 1
my friend- are reduced to poverty-- '
! tlio-e who would help are unable ; I
am now In suffering clreiiin-tniico-.niy-self
and children are ulnio-t without
clothes, and If my hti-band is nut releas
ed from prison, or I receive asi-tanco
from his friends, we nui-t Inevitably
starve. I am ashamed to make thisap- of hery illstres.ngilluc-s,to which ehil
peul, lint niy children are heartbroken 1 dien 1110 subject. (Ine night when lu
and -tarvlnj'. 1 great suffering, bo said to ine, "1 don't
Mah Collins, i know what I niu-t do, papa." 1 -aid,
1 "Wo must u-k Jesus to make my poor
CiiVE'rocs peoplo often seek to shelter 1
themselves behind the widow's mite, I
and give but a paltry sum tothebenev-
olont objects under color of her eontrl- j
biitlon-. Thi' following Incident has a 1
moral for all -neb,
A gentleman called upon a wealthy
friend torn contribution.
"Yes, 1 siippo-e I must
mite," said the rich man.
"You mean the widow's nilt", I eiip-po-e,"
replied tho other.
"To bo stiro I do."
The gentleman continued :
"1 will honutisrtcd with hall a- much
as she gave. I low
much are you
"Seventy thou-aiid ilollais."
"Give mo it chock then for thirty-live
thousand : that will bo half ns much as
sho gavo-all sho had."
.This was a new hie. to the worthy
A Dirncn.T Ihishman. The cap -
talnofasteambo.it, seeing an Irishman
smoking away, abaft the funnel, step-
ped up to him, uud said
"Don't you -ee the notlco stuck up
"D'ye- niaiio that bit n' painted tin?"
"To bo sure I do."
"Shure I saw It."
"Why don't you follow It?"
"1 haven't tuyiie It move ; It's nulled
fast I'm eon-lderiu'."
"I mean, haven't uu lead tbnl no
"Dlvll a bit ; shine 1 don't know how-
"Well, It nys im -moUIng allowed
"Be the power-, It doesn't eon-.irn
1110 n mite, then for 1 never smoked, n
Jo Href In my life."
A Silo em ak v, with 0110 eye, who
works lu this neighborhood, complained
that 0110 of his lamps did not bum. One
of his sliopmnte-, who Is a genuine son
exclaimed: "Faith, uud what do you
want with two lamps? Yo haven't but
Mlt. I'l l. 1. 1 I', coming home Into,
"pretty full," tlnds the walking very
slippery, unci he cvclaluis: "V-v-very
singular, wh-whenuver witter freezes It
alius fieezes with tho slippery side up;
TO TUB COLL'MIIIA.S.
Shall Wo Have A. Bithop Amonr
Tin: Proceedings of tho Episcopal
Convention naturally raise tho question
standing us tho caption of tills commu
nication, and in order that It may be
dlscus.-ed tttiderstandlngly a few words,
preliminary nro requisite.
Tiio Dioceso of Pennsylvania at pres
ent contains forty-two counties, com
prising about thirty thousand square
miles, nnd containing n population of
moro than two millions of souls, It 1
evident nt 11 glance that there Is a lar
ger population nnd grenter extent of
territory than enn bo properly overseen
nud administered by nny ono lllsbop.
Tho precarious health of Hlshop Ste
vens made 0110 of tho things necessary
tho division of the Dioceso, or uu n-
a matter of economy, division is
the cheaper. The Convention raised
tho Ill-hop's salary to W'fi00,nml recom
mended the piircha-e of nn Epl-copnl
residence, nt nn additional expense of
$3.i,000, nnd the salury of uu assistant
would not be less than $3,000. Wo be
llevo wo enn provide for n Rlsliop by
expending, say one dollar npleco nniui-
ally, by each communicant in tho new
diocese ; undtlicrc is no member of tho
Church within that territory who can
not or will not, contribute that small
But, besldo being clieaper.an indepen
dent Bishop is preferable evory way.
l'lrst, In being able to reach personally
nil parts of tho Dioceso. Second, In en
joying n moro intimate relationship
with Ids Clergy and Laity. Third, In
organizing and carrying forward Church
work. lotirth, In finding out tho great
needs of particular localities, nnd Fifth
In concentrating and organizing tho la
bors ami means of tho Church, tltu3 In
creasing her usefulness, her Influence
and her power for good.
An assistant Bishop is after nil only n
Journeyman. He cannot; originate, lie
can direct, only lu subordination to the
Bishop. His powers are ns perfunctory
as his duties, and in neither is ho n free
or Independent agent. It was under
all these circumstances that Mr. Win.
Welsh offered, nud' tho Convention
adopted the following :
Itctolved. Thnt this Convention eon-
sents to the formation of a new Diocese
wltliin the limits of the ex stlntr Dio
cese, to becomposrd of the twenty-eight
cuu.iiies uorueriiie; on tne Diocese 01
Pittsburg, ns follows: Brndford, Tioga,
Sullivan, Lycoming, Columbia, Mon
tour, Northumberland, Schuvlklll
Berks, Lebanon, Dauphin, York,' Lan
caster, Adams, Cumberland, Perry, Ju
niata, Snyder, Union, Clinton, Centre,
Mimin, Huntingdon, Franklin, Fulton,
Bedford, Blair and Potter, but that tin
Ill-hop shall not be akod to give hi
eoneiit thereto until be has secured ev
Idence that two-thirds nf tlin Hero .
, and parishes representing two-thirds 'of
tne iomiiiumeani.s reported Hi lbU7,
approvo of being set oil" as a new Din-ce-e:
and that .i,VK) a year for the
years be secured for the -import ofthe
I ov the new or prupn-ed IMoeo-i ,
I contain- about .-Ixty Pari-hestind oer
1 thrti thtiitsaitiU-nmiuwilntnt. Vermont
, contain-fewer o doe- Tciino. 00-u
doe.- Pittsburg, .-0 doe-New Hnmp.-ldre
0 does Maine mii doe- Lousinuuu
Kentucky, Florida, Delaware
and .-overul others. Seo Church Alma
line ISO's. Wo hope, therefoio soon, in
have the quo-lion answered in the nllli'
mative, uud to have 11 live, active, able
piou-, laborious Ill-hop among it-,
" X have Asked Jesus, but He did
Ol'lt llttlo boy the only one, not yet
1 four years old-liasjust had an attack
little boy butter ; you know he can do
It." In a very sorrowful tone he re
plied, "1 have a-ked Jcmw, papa, but
ho did not."
HI-answer was like n sword In my
heart, but I endeavored to explain b
him that God does not always answer
our prayer.-ju-t when we ask Him, und
; Ju-t ns we wi-h Him ; uud that the Inst
way is to u-k Him till lie does.
On the following clay, while rellectliig
upon ids words, tho thought nuddenly
Hashed Into my mind, "Pool that I
have been! What an lire.-Utiblu plea
at tho throne of grace has the child
, given 1110 I What a mighty lever for
1.11th to grasp !" And the prayer went
, up insometlilng llkethe.-e words," tile.
scd Jcsu-, thou knowe-t that I have
, told the child over nnd over again that
, thou art God, and that thou heate-t
, mid nnsvereat prayer. Oh, If it bo thy
' ble.-ecl will, for the glory of thy great
name, don't let tho child think thnt I
1 have told him lies. Don't let him say,
'I iiave asked Je-iis, hut ho did not.'
Oh, bo pleased to restore him nnd! let
him know thou hast done It."
Now, mark tho result. Tho child bo
gnu to mend from that hour; and niter
u week's llluc-s, from Its commence
ment, Is how comparatively well. Hih
complaint, 1 11111-t mention, too, wa
1 ono which tho doctor, say Is always
I threo weeks before It Is nt It- height.
' I will only add, "Ulcus tho Lord, tl
1 my soul, and nil that Is within me,
i bless His holy name. We. the Lord,
' O my Mini, uud forget not nil Ills bent
, tits." -tlpUeopntian.
Tin: Cincinnati and St. Louis papei
' say there is to be a now edition ol the
1 scriptures, termed the Chicago Bible, a
characteristic feature of which Isun im
proved lainlly record. In addition to
tho pages ordinarily devoted to births,
liiurrhigcs, deaths, soveral loaves will
be devoted to divorce-,
I Wi; learn by thot'iicrci Cu'ooJf,tliiit
I the lit. Rev. Bishop Stevens will hold
! services at Danville, Sunday July .itli;
jut Ashland, Tuesday July 7th; at C'en
i trnlin Wednesday July 8thj going from
' there to Khumoklii, Sunbury nnd so cm,
j Ri;v. Dlt. IUshem, wns consecrated,
; Bishop of Vermont, on tlioilrd or Juno
i nt the now Christ Church, Mnntpelier,