The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, August 14, 1868, Image 1
in," u HUM W "U .NO. 33. BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1868. P1U0E FIVE- GENTS. IILOOMSHUHH DIltliCTOKV. STOVES AN' I) T1NWAHE. IAC01I Ml. IZ, dealer llllors& llnwnro, Mnln tj M., nbovu court house vl-ull I M. Itllli'.IlT, fo rs ntnl tlnunip, lhipert l, Mook, MuiiiM., 'vest of .Market. vl-till DlK'. A7ir,MlTMA.V, Altenl, Klo.., Tluunro h or nil Kinds, .mtlnK olc. l'lrst fttoro uti WW (lid of Mouth Mulll tlt. V8-1II7 CLOTHING, &V. Dl.()Vi:Mll:H(). merchant tailor, .Main fit., ai , door uuuvo American house. vl-nl-1 1 CMIi:MlnTuiN.'liolenlenlulrelnll;le"l J, cr In clot Mug, etc.; Ilurtinnn's bulldlnt.Main "trVot. vl-nll PltUGS, uui:noAUS, ac. I N. Movnil, ilmsal'tonil nnntheenry, lis j cluitigfl olock Mulll at, vl-nll 1J 1". l.UTZ, druKKlst nn.l npntliecary, llupert Mock, Mnln t., uontorMnlltet. vl-nll (JLOUKS, WATCHES, AC. I OUI.S nilUNHAlll), wnteh unci clock ranker, li nenr noutlieaitcorner Muliintiil IronsU.vl-nn n i:. HAVAOII, ilenler In clock", wnteliei nnd ((.Jewelry, Mnln st., Jut liclow American llonse. vl-nll RCAT1ICAUT, wnlch and clock iflakcr, Slarkct 81., below Main. vl-nll boots an i) shoes. M. UIIOWN, lioot anil Mioemiilter.Miiln street , opposlto Court llotlse, vl-nll V HO I.I. i:ir.ll,mnnu Tact urrr ntnl dealer In boots and iliocs,Mnlnnt., opposite Episcopal church HKNUY KIXIM manufacturer and dealer In boots nnd Htioes, yrncerllH etc., liiiKt Itlooms burn Main t. vl-nll D AVID IIIIT., boot and nhoemaker, Main nt., below lliirtmau'H slore, went of Market street. vl-nll PKOFFSSIONAL. J It. llVANH, M. 1. muKcnn nnd physician south side M.iln t., below Market, vl-nll DIC. II. I'. KlnneysnraeondenlWiteetll extract ed without pnln. Main st., nearly upppslli; l.plseopal Church. vl-nlH TnT M'KCI.VY, M. 1. Kuriseon nnd physician (J north sldo Main Kt., below Markit. 1-nll KlT'ITim, M. 1). surgeon and I'll lf Inn. Market hi., nOove Main. l-'nll 1) It. II. c. uowim, surgeon uenusi,.Mimi m.. iitiovo com l House. i-in I II. lloniSON, Attomey-at-IJiw, Olllco I lurt .1, man's building, Main strict, v'-'-nai D"lT. sTl'. CHAM'ANT, Dentist, Mam St., lo lowMurkit, Next dMr to DjvllNans v--'-1? MILLINHH.Y & FANCY-CiOODS. MIHS l.IZZIR UAUKI.UV, milliner, Itamsey liiillnlni!, Main st. M-nll MISS A. 11. WKllll, fancy kouiIh, notions, books, stationery, north side Main street below Mar kit. vJ-ii 1 1 li I'lri'KUM AN, millinery mid fancy goods op IV poslle episcopal church. Main st, vl-nll Mil's. .WI, IA A. .t HAIll! llAUKI.KY, ladles eloaksaud ilres, pattern f, southeast corner Main and west st, vl-ull Its M. liRKIIIUKMOK, tnllllnery nnd fancy gosls Main st., opposite Court House, vl-nll Mil's. M. II. I'UIIMAN, milliner, Main st., below Mart man's stole, west of Market st. vnll rilllH Ml si:s IIAHMAN millinery nnd Liney J goods, Main stteeljust below Anal lean house. vl-nll HOTELS AND SALOONS. I l,l:A('l)v'K,osteraud eating saloon, Anicrt . J can Mouse, Main St., Ilalt7er Usuiiielt suiiei In; tcndcnl, H'iL' lirillMYiat JACOHY, confeellonry, bakery, and mslcr saloon, wholesale una leian. O, l.-S- vl-nll change diock, .Mam si. MUX A Wllllll, conteetlonery, bakery, and oys I' ter saloon, wholesale and retail, Mulll St., Just below lion. vl-nll i' by Koons & Clark, Mnln I'jst., opposlto court house vi-nu IMMUCAN IKIl'HU, by John I,i:A( ock. Main A St., west of Iron stleet, 1 Mill IKIIIKH 1I01T.I., by tl. W. MAl'dEll.enstend or 1' Main st. vl-ull i STOIIN'r.lt, retrehhinent saloon.Maln st.Jnst 1), iibovu eoiut house, vl-nl 1 jr(KNH A ChAUIC, refieshment IV cbango hotel. saloon, V.x T IT. niU.MOltn, rffreshnient saloon, Shlve's 11 blmUhoulh hide Main (t. Mili m h 1 1 ci i a yis a x i ) cnrdcKus. II JACOliS, Conteeiionery, 'i hi. , abovo Comt llinisi, gineerles etc Main M'lilH fj II, MIl.I.Dlt, draler In dry goods, cioceiles, n iiueenswaie, Hour, wait, Mines, notions, iir, lAchungo blcKk, Main tt ret t, vMiU lMvlXVY NKAI V Co., draleiK In drygmls, ill Knt criCN, littur, u fii. nui. iimi. iuiii, nun's. etc., northeast rorner Main and Maiket ht. vl-nll ii. a C. IIOWKIt, li.U m and caps, boots and shoes. Main st., abuve Couit I liaise. vl-n 1 1 C -MA1UC. dry kimhIs and nollous, houthwest , corner Main and lion sts. vl-nll l .T. IIHdWlMt. dr- l'ihmIs. irrorerles. etc.. north tJ, west corner Main and Iron Mm. vl-lilt 1i:V. A. 1IAUTMAN, Agent, diy goods, notions, li ami groceries, .Main bi.,opp.jsnu Cnrifll'K l''ur nltuio Hooins, If II. IIUNHIIKluiini.biiront.lirrocerlcs.tolia DA, HKCKI.KY, Keystoneshoe store, books and .stationery, southwest corner .Market and Main sis, vl-nM TTTJI.MAM r.UAHMUM, conftTtloneilcs, Mahl - ' !,, IIUII IllKIUHU, VJ ri .mi:nih;nhaij,, U, dlso and lumber, Iteiwlck road. ecneral hloelc of merchan comer of Main meet nnd l-nlt 1 .1. ItOHHINH, dealer tn dry go-wN grcti a tJ Hhlvo's block, Main st., below lion s elc, MM1 T K. cilUTON, llroeeiles & rroMons, muiUi (Jcnht eorm r Main and Iron Ht teeth. vl-nll CI V. h.N Vl'l.U, baidwate, iiitlcn, gun, etc. i. Main st.. below lion. l-nl i J. Hl.uAN. ilt alc rln choice dry nood-. House A keenluijuood. liesh inoccrks. etc.. etc. Mnln ht opohlto court house. v-tutt l K, 1 ; hit, uioecritH and general merchandise tj .Main si., jiuu t' thi, T. hllAltl'Ll.hS, dry goodi-, gloeelliH, bools, I J. ho s. elc, luiptri oukh, .Miu n i i ut st OI Maikft vl-nll O CUAMI'H A A. I.. HAMIUUM'.Dealerslii DJ, 1II1IVI1IIO. I I'lllll llOlll lllH IIIKI .IMIII, heuttowu. south side, u doois aboo UrobM'K Willillllllll.ll.l llll. .lll-i JUSOKI.IiANKOUS. I, bilek on Main St., (it of Maiiat tt. Mill l.i J.THOIlNTltN, wnlt paper, window hhade and llxtureK, llupert lilts k, .Main st. vi-nii 1 1 ltl)Hi:NK'10('Iv. iibotnirnii.hir. Ilxchnngo 1 1 , block, Malu bl oppoiillu i-oui t bouse iuu I IV It HO A I )T. nhotoirmnlier. Hiii f idiiii'k build t) lugiioiihiasKoruerMuUiaiidMaiktlht, l-ull P .1. IlinMIMAN.AgnttMunsou'sCoppcrTu H tni uu i.iguiuiiiiii.oo, v u PI'HHKI.Tj. nubile, trunk and harness f maker. Main ut below court, hout.0, vMHO (1 I 1191 UIUW UlUlil-l, HIIU 1 lltlV M" mill. jt Tanner. Hcotlown. vl-n!7 )I.()OMHllUHa MJJimUl CO.. manufuctuurH l)and ileatern In Lumber, of all Hindu, planim mill near the ml I-road. vliil Ur J, I)IItKMAN,addleand harncNH maker, . ni'iir utiiilhwi'ht comer Mnln mul Murket st. vl.nlt i WITJ1AN, maiblo works, j, toruer Mulu aud Market tU, mmblo works, luar southwest i It lUN'ni.T'lt.dpnlfr In nlniiOH. oruaim lUtt! 1, nielodtoiiw.ato, W.t'oiell'iilurultniinouiiis u ii mauti'in iitrf.iit fur nmvtTtt: linker' I u.-iuliuf t.m.liliio Mnln kl.. Iliirtninii'ti blllld ng, up tttalm. v 1 1 1 1 1 i W.HOIHUNH, liquor dealer second doorfrom , iiorttiMCKt corner Main and I urn sin. Mill T IMIACOCK. Notary Vubllc, notlheast comer W MalnuudMuiket kt. M-nll If UN A, V'UNHTON, mutnnl and cash iMeit tiro 1 liikiiriiiieo eomoaiiv.liortbiahU'ornfr Main and WiUfct. 1111 fll'.OWir. IIASKKUT, niaiiufucturer nnd icpalr li er of thicshlmf inachlni K. Hainnla &. C'ii'mMH' chine Hhup.Kabl JUoomsburg, lnU I H. KUIIN, dealer In mint tnllow, etc., Chun 1 n riiirn aney, rmoK or American houne, vl-n OAMl'KI JAmilY, MarMo and Urown Hlono U'lirlTL Vnut IIIU1,..I.... IL.tUI, ...n.l Kit.. IT N" W, RAMl'I.K A CO. JIa(hlnUt8(Kaktmoom. , hurg mar ralliond. Outlng-imudant short i)itlct?mnchlJiiry in wily ml itpalrtil. vJ-ik-'U OKAXOEVIMiK mitKOTOHV. DIt. O. A,. Mi:aAlttli:t., physician nnd Mnln si., licit door to Good's Hotel. nttlcit II0T1II. nnd refreshment saloon, by 1) i:entt cor. of Malnnnd lMnost.vlni7 SWAN IIOTm,, the ujiper houso by John Hny. der, Main st alsive rine. V1-1H7 DIC, HI.DAN, denier 111 dry grHsU, groceries, . lumber nhd genernl Melchandlse -Mnln st. Vl'nl7 G'i :(1U(1I1 IiAZAlU'H,nddleilidlinruessmnker Mtilu t.. uLmjvo llio Hnan Hotel, T H, HMITIf, innnofurturcr of tin wnro nnd f . ili-nliT In nln ft rtn. Miiln nt.. nbovo Mio . dealer In slows eto, HWItll IIOU'1. VlUl7 A. A II. W. CDI.KMAN, Merchant tailor nnd Ucnl's fiirntshlnc goods. Main Bt.. next door to Mm brick hotel. V1-U17 MH. llAYHiniHT, Clocks, Wntchcs ntuUluns . repaired, duns nnd Watches for fcnle, Main HI., below l'lnc, V1-U17 JAMIM 11. HAIt.M AN. Cabinet Maker, nnd Un dertaker. Main bt below Tine. Vl-nl7 MICIIAr.I. C. KKI.I.nit. Confectionery, Oysters Ap Ac, on rino bt., between Main nnd Mill. vl-nll U1I. A C. Kni.CiINi:il,l!lncksmllhs,tjn Mill . Htreet, nenrrine, vl-nl7 Aini.I.IAM Dni.ON(I, Shoemakernnd ninluifac U turcrof Hrlck,MlllHt.,1vestof l'lno Mnl9 11I.IAS SNVm'.n, Flour and Clrlst MU1, and Vl Dealer In grain, Mlllhlrcet. vMU7 T r.WIrt II. HCIIUYIXIt, Iron founder. Machln JJlsl.niid Manufactlller of plows, Mill bt.vl-nl7 MI WW A. WILLIAMS A CTuuncrsund Man ufacturers oi leather, Mill Htreet. vl-nl7 101IN KLI.LIIU, limit and Wioemnker, l'lno J Htreet, opposite tho Academy V1-U17 1 II. HI'HHTNO it- IlltOTIir.il, fnrpenlers nnd A. llullders, Mnln Htreet, below I'lne. V1-1U7 SAMMKI. HIIAHI'LU's's, Maker of the Hayhurst drain Cradle. MnluBt. l2n5. JM. IIAItMAN, saildle. nnd linrnes, maker . Drangevllle, opposlto l-'ramo clitirch. vUnll CATAWISSA DIKHCTOKY. nUSQU-.IIANNAorHrlckHotpl.H.KostPlmmlcr n troii Ittor, boulh-cast corner Alain and Second Wtiuct. vg-nli Jit. ClinAHY4dry poodi, Kroccrles, and con , crtit Mcichnndlsc, Main Htreet. v'2-nU Ci I. KINAUD.iUnlcr In Rtoves and tin-ware. O, Main Htreet. 2-nia r.M. II. AIUlinT, attorney at lav, Main Kticct. ) 2uU Ctlt.lli:UT& KUNK, dry Rood, proccrles, and I yenenil morchandKe, Alain Btieet, 2-iUJ T Ki:i u:it, bllltartl satoon, oysterH, and lc j, cre.ini In iscaoii Main HlrLCt. 2-nl2 1 DAIJiMAN. Meichant Tailor, Hccond St., 1), nobljlns' Uulldln. v2-nK DK.J. K. UOnniNH, Hurgoon aud IMiyslcIan, Hccond t below Main. iMilft. J n. KIHTrXH'Cattawlsallouso," North West . Corner Main ami fefecond Htreets. v2-nis, MM. ntlOllST, dealer In General Merchandise, , Dry Ooods. Orocerlej Ac. v'J-nK LIGHT STREET D1RECT0KY. DI'.TIMt i:.NT, denier lu dry goods, groceries I Hour, feed, snll, llsh, iron, nulls, tie., Light htleeL Vl-nli 1 Ti:itVlI,LI(li:il, Cabinetmaker, Undertaker it aud ulmlrniiiker. vl-nlU , IlhicUHinUh, opposlto post ni I'D, 1 1 II abovo hchool house ItH. K. UNKi millinery and fancy goods, v I-ti 16 rW.HANKUY inoiof in T rxitlnif IMilnn. Itnrlc. l etc, L'ttMi pahi for Hides. vl-nio AlIM. M. 1!XT, dealer lu stoves and tin wnro In all Us branches. vl.iH" JOHN A.O.MAN, mauuractuier nnd dealer In boots and slioes. w-ni,!. .1. I.l'.IHI'.lt. M. 11. Surgeon and l'hyslclun. Olllco lit Keller's Hotel. VJ-n-7 KSl'Y DIKEOTOUY. .IHI'V hl'IlAM l'LOUlU.NO -MILLS, J. H. I'owler. !j 1'iomietor. l-'ull P. Ill'.KIllAltH, vtimo.,dcnlors In dry goods ), gioeeries, and gentral ineleiiandlse. l.ull I, (HI nu'l'l 1 lr.i,lir I, i ,lrv eootls. tiroeeT' ies.'oneenswaie. hardware, 'llsli, salt, nails. , lllllis, IJllll ., He., V. i:i(lAIl,us(iueliannn 1'lalilug Mill and llox .ilanuiacioiy. .-... JEHSEYT01VN 1HHECT0IIY. viun'U' t ntiiV. h-.i1ii tn drv l'OihIs. uto- .Verles, grain, lumber etc., Jeiseylown. vl' 16 ACUlt A. HWJSUint, ilcaler in Hide, Leather Hark etc. Madisou tu nshlp Columbia county , vl-nw i i!T Mtrnr, litMliV. MadUou Hotel. Hrn r lis mul htiauuers intet tallied. VJ-nl m'CKIIOHN DIKEOTOUY. MO, AW. II. SlIOi:.MAKi:iI, dmlirs in dry goods, gioeelks and genelill nieli-liandlse. irsLsioro in sou in cmi 01 iuw 11. r i-ill .t- U'M. IIAItltM. dealers ill dry goods, V'loeeiics. drugs nnd medltlnes. I'lrst stoie lu north end oi town. .-nis, HOTELS AXD SALOON'S. pXCUAXOK IIOTKIj, m ,Mii niiKi-i nnl Ifillil t r t It I illiUUtUDtlL HVI, vui.'.nii.i 4 Tim iin.i(.i't.lrnin1 Imvlnif tMirchascd 1IiInw(11 knoMiandceiitially-locatedhousD,thoi:xchangis Holil.hlluatoonMAlNhTUKirr.in lUoomst.urg lmmedlatily opposl o theColuniblacounty Court UOUSC. reSpeClIUHV llliuuu uivu nivnim "ii'i publlo In gtiieial that their hoiw) Is uow In order lor tho r etiillou and entertain mint oft ravelins ..i,r..it l... .IImikisi it In f.ivnr itulth their cus tom. '1 hey ha o spared no expense tn prep.ii lug Hie l-xenanuMior lueemt rniniiiieiiioiiiicii isur" neither shall thero bo anything wauling on uielr ari to minisier n ineir pei.niii eoiuiori, im ioum) is siaelous. and enJojHati c-MelUnt bus niniiifiii linifl mul f Im viirlmis riillmuit dt'Duts. by i urn iiiuoi run if nil i in it's ifiurt'ii iiif i. whUhlraellerswlll lo pkakantly rmni'ltu and ttoni tho respi-tilo stations In duo tlmnlo I in-f I. inn i-.ii". '''" 1 l.'l illvu t'l.l I ! li IllOOlllSlilllg, Aplll i, 1M(S, ()IUv,iS IIOTKli, oi;oufii: w. MAUtiiut, riopiieior. The iduiv well-known hotel has lecentlv uiuli r iroim i ud 'cal chanties In lis Internal an ahKciut ntw and Itn pn prb-tor annoaiices to bin lormer custom and Iho trasolllng public that his accouiodatlonn for thocomlort ot bis guests are mjcouu io noun in tt.. am, Hist iDhlo ii'lli lllU-HVN llA fotllld SUD- men, not oiiij nn hiimiii" ii tin i r ciiP Miif tno seasiui. jhn winei aim u- miiiiu .ci-tii lIuiL imniihir bivcruro known aa tl.VcfarJv"J,pnrehai.ed direct fiom tho Impoillng kniiousiliui!H. Ho Is tlin nk ful for a liberal nation iiout.es. aio entneiy nitre, uiui ireo ironi uu ooi nno lu tho past, and will contlnuo to denero It lu ' iipciiffii' v MAirnrit pXCHANOK SALOON, Tiik I'roprUtor of tho KxchaugcHatnouluiM now on haihl n largo stock of HUMMlUt ni:FniJUMKNT8, consisting of HI'JI L.1) UVHThUS, HAltlTNF.H, TIIII'K, 1I01OONAH HllhbF1 TONUl'K, 1IOH.K1) htlQH, BWKI fi!KH (')H-"J-hli LAO Kit BKKIl, ALK, AC. comi; oni:. comu Mu and hv.v., -c I.AWH0N CALM AN. Hnpeilnlendeiit, llloonubuig, Ma !1, IKt7, rpiIK KSl'Y HOTKI, IWl'V, COI.UMHIA COUNTY, I'A, Tit k subset llx r lesiiect fully infoi ins his fi lends and Iho ntihjto, that ho lias taken tlieuhovo u-ll Icuomu llouw. ot i:ntertulumcut. nnd vill bo pleased In riiH'ho tlio custom 01 nil uho will larnr mm wiui a iuh. nr. wn.i. Ki:i:i' a (loon TAiii.i:, n liar ell stoclted with tho best or Llmiorti, and ecry tiiort will bo iiiuuo to r noer enure sntis taction. '. ii. mi:ni:iiit'ii. i;siy, I'ft., Alru i;. iso7, TJIUCK JIOTKIi, OlIANdUVILI.i:. COI.UMHIA COUNTY, PA kdwaiu) kvi:ui:tt. I'ltoi'iiiKToit, Having lnkt-n pos.tsslon of this well-knoMn bouse, so long sei'i iiy npiiiori ... 111 ii, tite I iik in l il in Uu .out 111 It oi-1 ni so tni re milrund furiilsli. eil IIAll AN1I I.AIIU1. 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AH letters, whether relating to the editorial or business concerns or tho paper, and all payments for snbcnt lions, advertising, or Jobbing, arc to bo m.ulotoiind adilrLKHed imouKWAY A FIWEZB, "Columbian OJflce," ni.ouMSKcitn, I'A, Printed at Uolilwm's IlnlhlluKH, near tho Court Houso, by V, .M. VANUISHKlilCR. BUSINESS CARDS. on PHINTING Neatly executed at this Olilcr. ATTOItS li -AT" I A W, Ashlnnd.Hcliuylklll County, IVnn'a. M M. TRAUOH, ' ATTOIUI K Y-AT-I. A W, lleiwiclc, Coliimbln County, renu'a. TILLIAM II. AUHOTT, ATTOHNIIT-AT-LA V CATAWISSA, PA. C 1 W, MlhLKH, T T O it N I. Y AT LAW, Om.-e wltli II. It. Little, ill I'lklt lalildtbu lid- olnlln: I'ost Olllee. 2-l!ouillles, Il.Kk-I'ay and elisions collected. sepjj U7, OlIX f. FHKKZK, ATTO ll.VlIY-AT-LA w, Olllee lu Ileyister and Ueeorder's otilee, lu the basement of the Court House, llloomsburg, la. oiii:ut r. chAiuc, A '1'TO UN I'. Y-AT-L A W Olllco coinci ol .Main and Malket strtets, oer I'lrst Natlonat liaiik, Itiisunsburg, I'a, II. 1. ITT h K, A TTII UN KY-AT-LA W, Otlleoou Main stnel, lu hl'ldi blllldllitt lielow the Comt House, lltoomsburji, I'a. Q II. nilOCKWAY, ATTOIINKY AT LAW, llI.OOM-flll'ltd, PA. ia-Ot'Flti: Court llcaise Alley, bilow Hie (V fuiMm Oltlee, IJaul'C;. OUIS HKHNIIAIU) j Would Inform tho eltl7ens of lUoomsbuii and vicinity that ho is now )ireiuristlodoall kinds of plating, .liver or gold, DecW.07, A CCTIOX K K It. JIOHHS I OF I'M A N, llavllu; lollftwed tho trolesstoti of l'ulilin Vendue that ho Isstllliu the Held, mute nnd Mlllliu to attend In nil the duties of Ids rolling. Persons desiring his sorvlces should call or write to him rler lor in.inv yea s. would eiii.uu ms intiuis at iiloomsuurg, ra, iiunra iw. J) It. II. 11HA 1)1,1. Y, (bato AfcsUtant Medlciu Dliectnr iJ. H. Army,) 1MI YHM'I A N ANll K I' 111 KOW, a-Oillceat thohniiMj onnoklte Slilve's HIiK'k. Jlloomhburg, Pa. 'alls promptly atli'tidct to both night and day. lllnnnihbu-g, Jan. l. ist,7. j u. runsia, HAIIMWI, A1UM.K, AS II i Ul K MANUKAtnUHKU, and dialer lu cAitrirr-iiAtiH, vamm. KLV-Nin-s, m'tFAt.O llOltl-S, H01tHK-lir.ANKFIS AC, which ho feci coulidciit he can sell at Umer riit tbidi auv other net hot i Inths countn. Kx- amtno lor 5 ourhelvi'H. Shop tlrbt door below Iho l'nht Olllee Main Blrect, ltlonnuburg, l'.i. PtOV. 10. IMl, g G. COIJjl'KB,- r n. n n i " . u ii'i SUA VINO, HA IK CUTTING BHAMrpOINtl HACCON. 0ir Wldmayer A Jacvhj't Ico Cicnm Saloon, IU.O05IllUU(l, PA, Hair Dvcluu and "Whisker coloreil black or blown, llalr Tonlo to destroy dandruU andbcau tlf In if tint linlr will iti.torB bnlr to ibt orluliml coior wiijioui boning mo ii n ei. i muric, consuuui' on nana, (upru si D K X T I S T It Y . II, V, IIOWr.lt, PKJTTIHTi Hrhntetrully olltrt hW pinfexKlonal hcrvlceH b the ladlcN and limit lt-mcn of IlloonHburg and I I'i.iliv. Hn lttiirenaicd toatlend toallllio varl mil operation In tho Hue of hU profeiHlon, and ih )ir,'iUlil Willi in" iim i'i inii'iimu nnniiiiiiii TEi.rtt Miiicn wm no interiM on com pnuiui ktUir nnd rnbbtr bn.e to look as well tin tho mil mul ut'in. 'i'4'ciii exiracicn nv an 110 new nun motit upptowd method, and all operation mi the tcelh carctullynud ptopuly attended to, Uciddeure ami olllco n lew doom aboo tho Court iiOUhC, 1.01111) Mile, juonnutairg, Jun.ni.'UMr -nowDF.n micas ais'd i.umhkk, x , .... , wis mil. IA',, llui'urt, l'u., Mumir.dumiior IWDUKKIXM, ami (U'ali'iH lu nil Icliuls of I.UMIint, ylo liolUo dial liny aro mipaidl to ucromoiUI their custom Willi dUpntcli, mill on tlio clu-uibt crms. riAhKS COI'l'F.ll STltir FKIU) vjnuriKii , , , k..r lia, nl or linrsn-itou'.-i. nrunou ll'tll'f'Lllllo lllfct i'H, iiultMt, mul In ! ii Ihi I" li"'. Vr .ali-liy J.il. HU'A'I I'll A CO., DiiUern lu A i hull in ul jini'lijiHiiiii, etc., Hi'iiil lor Iminriiusl tirciiiur, juMj ,-' ! (Choice gottry. i iiHocciii tiii; wonMi, 8oME hearts go hungering through tho world And never find tho love Iheyneekt feomo Ilrm with prldo or Boom uro curled To hide tho palu they may not speak, The eye may MaIi, tho mouth may ninllc, Tho voice In gladdoUmnilcthrlll, And yet beneath thorn all tho whllo Tho hungry heart be pining still. Thene know their doom, nnd walk their way AVI th 16vcJ tcps nnd ntcaiUast yea, Nor strive with Kato, norweep, nor pray While them, not so sadly wUo, Are mocked by phnntonn evermore, And lured by seemlngs of delight, Kalr to their eye', but nt tho coro Il1dlng but hltlerdtist and blight. I cau eo them gao from wistful eyes, I mark their sign on fading checks; I hear them breathe In smothered sighs, And note tho grief that nover speaks; For them no might redresses wrong, No eye with pity Is Ira pearled ; O, m.Hconfltrued ami suffering long, O, hearts that hunger through the world ! Tor you does llfo's dull desert hold Ho fountain sha4e, no date grove fair, No gush of waters clear nnd cold, Hut sandy reaches wide and bare. Tho foot may fall, the soul may Taint, And weigh to earth the weary frame, Vet nt ill yc make no weak complaint And speak no word of grief or blame, O, eager eyea which gaze nfarl O, arms which clanp tho empty air! Not alluumarkod your sorrows are, Not all unpltled your despair. Hmlle, patient Hps so proudly dumb When llfo's frail tent at last 1h furled, Your glorious recompense shall come, 0, hearts that hunger through tho world ! Uijirfllaiuous DR. JOHNSON'S PODDING. Oxn summer I mado an excursion to Scotland, Willi tho Intention of complet ing my series of views, and went over the Humo ground described by tho learn ed touriits, Dr. Johnson and IJoswcll. I am in tho habit f taking very long walk.) on theso occasions; perceiving n storm threaten, I mado tho best of my way to n small inn, nnd was received by a respectabl'j looking man and his wife, who did all in their power to niako mo comfortable. After eating some excellent fried mutton-chops, and drinking a miart of ale, I asked tho landlord to partakeof a bowl ofwhiskey punch. I found him, as tho Scotch generally are, very Intelligent and full of anecdote, of which tho following may servo as a specimen : Sir, said tho landlord, this Inn was formerly kept by Andrew 3Iacgregor,a relative of mine; and these hard-bot-toined chairs (in which wo arc now sit ting) were,ycars ago,fllIed wltli tho great tourists, Dr. Johnson and IJoswoll, travelling liko tho linn and Jackal. Uns well, generally preceded tho Doctor In search of food, and, being much pleased with tho looks of tho house, followed Ids noso into the larder, where ho taw a fine leg of mutton, lie ordered it to bo roasted with tho utmost expedition, and gavo particular orders for a nice puddings. "Now," says he, "mako the best of all pudding." Klatcd with his good luck, ho imme diately went out in search of Ills friend , and saw tho giant of learning slowly advancing on a pony. "My dear sir," said Uoswcll out of breath, "good news I I have Just be spoke at a comfortable and clean inn here, a delicious leg of mutton ; it is now getting ready, and 1 flatter mynolf that wo shall have an excellent meal." "And I hope," said he, "you liavo bespoke a pudding." "Sir, you will liavo your favorite, pudding," replied tho other. Johnson got oil' tho pony, and tho poor animal, relieved from tho glunt, smelt his way into tho stable lloswell ushered tho Doctor Into tho hotiso, and left him to prepare for his delicious treat. Johnson feeling ills coat rather damp, from tho mist of tho niountains, went Into tho kitchen, and threw his upper garment on a chair beloro tho Hie ; ho sat on a hob, near a littlo boy who was busy attending tho meat Johnson occasionally peeped from be hind Ids coat, while tho boy kept bast ing the mutton. Johnson did not like tho appearance of ills head; when ho shifted tho basting hullo from onohand tho other hand was nover idle, nnd tho Doctor thought at tho same tlmo ho saw something fall on tho meat; upon which lie determined to eat no mutton on 1 lint day. Tho dinner announced, lloswell exclaimed : "My dear Doctor, hero cumes the mutton ! What a picture ! Done to turn, mul looks mi beautifully brown !" The Doctor tittered. After a short grace, Hoswell said : "I supposo 1 am to carve, us usual what part shall 1 help you to V" Tho Doctor replied : My Dear llozy, I diil not liko to tell you beforo, but 1 am determined to ah stain from meat to-day." "() dear! this is a great disappoint incut," Mild Dozy .it..' .', 'r0i,.,n ...i,.. ,...,.ir, ' '..7.?: 7i . Kir.r". amplo amends with tho pudding. Hoswell commenced the attacl and mado tho first cut Q.".J'" mutton. "How thogravy.runs; what lino na- iorctl fat j so nlco and brown, too. Oil, sir, you fotihl liovo relished this prime piece of mutton." . I'ho meat being romovetl.lu camo tuu long wished for pudding. Tho Doctor looked Joyous, fclUtjCgerly to, mul In a fow moments nearly finished tho pud ding. Tho tablo was cloarod and Dos- U'oll Ml 111 m. "Doctor, whito I wiwWIng tho 111111? Ion, you seemed frequently inclined 10 laugh ; pray, tell 1110 what ticuicu your fancy." Tho Doctor then literally told ilm all jliat briil passed at tlio kitchen lire about tho boy and tno unsung, no.s w'ell turned ns palo as n parsnip and, sickoriilmseir nnd tlio company, nan ed out of tho room. .Bomowhat rellov ed. on returning, ho Insisted on bcelng tliu dlrly littlo rascally boy, whom ho severely reprimanded lieioro jonnson. Tlio poor boy cried tho Doetor'lnugh ed. "You littlo, lllthy, milvcllng hound," said Hoswell, "when you basted tlio meat, why did ynu not put on tlio cap I Biiwyou In tills iiioriilii(,'V" "1 couliln't sir," Haiti tliu boy. "Xo! Why couldn't you'.'" wild Ilos- well. "llt'cniHo my mnminy took it from mu to lioll tlioiitnliling in 1" Tho Doctor Bntlii'rcil tip hi liciTiilcnn frame, btood meet, touched the rulllng wltli lit-t wiff, ritured or niulnted ; in deed, lookeil any way but tho right way. At last, with mouth wide onei! (none of tliu smallest) and stomach lieavineho with some dlUleulty recover ed ills breath, and, looking nt Howell with dignllled contempt, lie roared out with tho liuigiofiiKteiitor. "Jlr. Dowell, sir, leave olVlatigliing, and, under pain of my eternal di-iplciH-ure, never utter a Hlngle syllablo of this abominable adventure to any soul liv ing while you breathe." And such, said mine lio-t, you havu tho po-iltlvo fact from tliu simple mouth of your humble servant. Accepted Masons. At an inn in tho west of England sev eral people wero sitting nround the Hro in a largo kitchen. Among them were a travelling woman nnd a tailor. In this Inn, n Masonic lodgo was held, and it being tho evening for their meeting, several members passed through tho room on their way to the lodgo room. This introduced obsers-ntlons on tho principles of Masonry and the signs by which Masons could be known to each other. Tho woman said there was not so much mystery as people Imagined, for slio could show anybody tho -Masons' sign. What" said tho tni lor, "that of a Free and Accepted Mason '." 'Yes' said oho 'and I will wager you a largo bowl of punch, and any mem ber youchooso shall confirm it.' 'Why said lie, 'n woman never was admitted, and is it possiblo you can know nnv of their signs i" 'Xo matter fortlml, I -will readily for feit the wager If I do not establish the fact,' The tailor finally agreed to accept the bet and tho price of the punch was de posited. Tho woman got up and took hold of the tailor by the collar, saying 'Come follow me.' Thlshedld trembling, fear ing ho was to undergo some part of tho discipline in tho making of a Mason of which ho had heard a dreadful report. She led him into tli'i street and point ing to tho lgn of the l.lou and tho Lamb, asked him whose sign it was. IIo answered, 'It was Mr. I.nrders' (the name of the Innkeeper.) 'It hp. H l.'ro-iimin . 'Yes.' 'Then,' snld tho woman 'I have shown ynu the sign of a Free ami Accepted Ma-oii.' Tho laugh was so much against poor was pre- snip for being taken in, that it with some dilllcttlty he could be vailed on to partake of the punch. Tin: Kmi'I'Y t'n.Mii.i:. -Theie 1-, a wholo voluniu of poetry in the follow ing littlo sketch, which appeared in a Into number of tho Weekly, an excellent literary Journal edited by a lady: Wo met John on the stair-, lie was carrying an old cradle, to bo stowed away among what ho termed 'plunder' in the lumber room. Ono rocker was gone, and tho wicker work of the sides broken; It was an old willowy afl'alr, but yet we could not refrain from ca-t-Ing a sad look into its empty depths, "(ionel" we said dreamily, "aligone!" What golden heads were onco pillowed here, heads on which the curls grew moist in slumber, and cheeks aud Hps flushed to the lino of ro-oleives. When sleep broke, tho silken fringed lids opened heavily from tho slumberous eyes ; smiles flitted like unbcaius over tho face; tho whito list was thrust into tho mouth, and when mama lifted the muslin and peeped to see if the baby was sleeping, cooing and crowing was heard. The littlo feet began lo kick, out of pure delight, and kicked until both of tho tiny red shoes were landed at the foot of tho cradle. Where tiro those hands now'.' Homo that wero embrowned by vigorous manhood am sleeping on liattlo-flclds, Mime me bleached with tlmonnd cares, ami they have grown sore and weary on Iho rough paths of life, l'erhaps some lit tle one, once tenderly rocked here, Is sleeping ill the ciilllu. Over it grows lieartsea-e, anil vigorous box aud wlilto candv-tuft, anil tho starry la-mine. The bluebitd flutters its bright wings through tho willow houghs, and tliu cool wind whispers to tho green leaves nnd L'm-s blades on tho grave. hat of'.' IVihaps of its inimorfallly. Sleiq nn little dreamless one. "Of such Is the Kingdom of Heaven." Tin: two t-r.uvicix "I know, with Newton, what tho world can do, nnd what It cannot do," wild lietlley l cars, a pious ICuglishomcer, who per Wiwlln the war of the Crimen. "It cannot L'lve or take away tin peace of (iod lu the soul. It cannot sootho the wounded conscience, or enable us lo meet deatli WTth comfort. I liavo tried both services. For twenty-four years 1 lived under iho yoke of sin. 'I ho retro sped of my past II fo is now miserable to mo; yet, beforo 1 was taught iy tno Spirit of Ood, 1 thought ami, called it a life of pleasure. Tho very name when annlltd to sin, now makes my heart sicken, liven then I could never enjoy reviewing tho occupations ot a single day; and think you my conscience was unlet V No.no. Hitter exiierlenco has taught mu that thero Is no peaco lor 1110 wicked, lllessed bu liod, now 1 am pardoned and reconciled through tho death of i s Son. How Happy is Uio Christian's lilo when ho has this ii'diir mice." - s An old picture represents a king sit ting In state, with a label, "I govern nil" n bishop with a legend. " I pray fur nil" -11 soldier with a motto,"! light for nil" nnil u farmer drawl ng reluct nntly a nurse, with tho inscription, "1 pay for nil." Thero Is more truth than poetry lu the idea, Wit and Humor. Anvr.iiTisi.vo von si:ai,i:d imiopos ai.1. A chap issued a leap year Invita tion, and sent the following "notice to contractors" for publication ! TO CONTItACTOHS. The undersigned, feeling the want of some one to dud fault with, aud grum ble at when business matters go wrung, and being lonely with no ono to halo lit ti i ; and whereas, having arrived at tho proper age he is determined to "eoiiio out;" Sealed propo-als will bo lecelved un til '2 o'clock l1. m. on the :11st of Decem ber, lKfls Applicants must poa.-css beauty or its equivalent in currency. .She must possess a sweet ami forgiv ing disposition, aud when one cheek Is kissed turn tho other that is if tho right man is kissing. She may not chow gum. Nor wear long dresses in tho street. Nor freiment sewing circles. Nor go around begging for eharitablo purposes. Nor read tho paper first in the morn ing. Nor talk when I am bleeping. Nor sleep when I am talking. Nor trade off clothes to wandering Italians fur flower vases. Nor borrow money from my vest pockets when I sleep. Nor hold a looklng-gla.ssover my f.tco at such times, to make me toll all I know. Shemiwt believe" fn sudden attacks of chills, and nllowanco for their effect on the nervous system. When her "old bear" comes homo from a "few friend?," rather all'ection ate, she must not ta jo advantage ofhis state and wheedle him into trips to wa tering places. And nbovo all sho must not on such occasions put cpccac Into tho coffee slio prepares for his "poor head." Slio miintsit up for him when ho imp pens to bo detained at a latu hour on his committee. Hut when he does return, tired and chilly, slio will bo expected to roll over to tho other side, and give him her warm place. A lady possessing tho forgiving qual ifications, positive, aud negative, can hear of .something to her advantage by addressing tho imderr.igiied, inelo-ing a red stamp. All proposals must bo accompanied with satisfactory evidence of tho ability of the applicant to support a husband in the style to which ho has been ac customed. A .MAHUIU1) MAXC'OMUS OCT Kvli.N. Two friends, one nn Englishman and tho other it Frenchmaii,chaiiced to meet at the Paris exposition. "What! you in France, my dear William ."'said the hitter, "lain de lighted lo see you. How do you do'.'" "Not very well. I have been mar ried Muco 1 saw you last. "That's.good." "No, it isn't; for my wife wa-. a throw." 'I am sorry ; that's bad." "Notaltogether; for she brought me ii dowry of ten thou-aiid pounds ster ling." "Ten thousand pounds! ' I'hat's good, consoles you " "No it doesn't, for 1 invested tliu money In herds of cattle, and they all tiled of the dl-easo that has Ju-t been ging in Fnglantl." "That's, bad." "Not at all; for tho skins brought me more than I paid fur tho cattle." "Then you nre Indemullled." "No, not altogether ; for I bought a line hoiiso with tho money, and It has ii -t been burned," "Oh, what a misfortune!" "Not so great a one, either, for my wife was in it, and slio was bin ned with tho litiu-e." Wa.ntimi l'lti i;n lis, " I wl-li that 1 had some good frleniN to help 1110 on in life,"crled idle DonnKwlth n yaw n. "(loot! friends! Why you have ten!" leplied his ina-ler. I'm ,-ure 1 haven't halfso many, md Ihuse I have niv too poor to help me. ' fount your llngets, my boy," Mild his master. Dennis looked at his large, strong hand. "Count thumbs and nil," added Iho master. " I have, there ale ten," said thu lad. "Then never say that you have not got ten good friends, nllu to help you 011 lu life. Try what thesj true friends in do beforo you begin grumbling and fretting because you do not gel help from others." D11. Stuck i.r.v onco waited upon sir Isaac Newton a little before dinner time; hut lie had given orders not to bo called down to anybody till his dinner was upon tlio table. At lenglhabolled chicken was brought in, and Hinckley waited till It was near cold, when, he-' t.W- I. I... ..... II ,l,l .11'- llln 1 1 J 1111111,1,1 , IO 101 I. 'l l.li. w,- deied another In bo prepared for .Sir saac,who came down beforotlie sccuiid was ready, and seeing the dish and cov er of tlio llrst which bail been left, lifted up the latter, and turning to tlio doctor Mild : "What btrango folks wo stuilloiis people are! I really forgot that I had dined." A Caitiocs Ji noi:.-Aii Irish Judgo tried two notorious fellows for high way robbery. To tho astonishment of tlio court, they wero found not guilty. As they wero being removed from tho bar,tho Judgo nddi'e.s-lngthoJallor,sald, ".Mr Muni hv. vou would greatly ease my ml uti If yon would keep those two respectable gentlemen until seven or half past seven o'clock, for 1 mean to set out for Dublin at live, ami 1 should liko to have at least two hour start ol them." A I'ltlM'i:!!, meddling with the ver dict of u coroner's Jury, struck out ti comma niter the word "apoplexy," making It read as follows 1 "Deceased came to bis death by ex clusive di'lnklng, producing apoplexy In tin' minds of tho Jury." How Good Tomplars Xnltiatc Can didates. The following must have been writ ton by a chap who got tight on lager without knowing It would intoxicate. It refers fo a lodgo of Oood Templars. It isu graphic description of an "lni tlon ceremony," in tlio writer under stands It : In the first place, the victim for ini tiation is blindfolded, bound hands and feet, and thrown into a caldron of boil ing hot rain wafer, and boiled for live minutes. Tills is done for tlio purpose of clear ing his system of "old drunk." IIo is then taken out of tho caldron, and by means of 11 force-pump gorged with cistern water, after which a sealing plas ter Is put over his mouth, and he is rolled in n barrel four oijllvo times acrosj the room. Tho choir at tlio same time singing tho cold water song. IIo Is now taken out of tho barrel, and hung up by tho heels till thowater runs out through ids ears. IIo is then cut down, and n beautiful young lady hands liltn it glass of cistern water. A cold-water bath is then furnished him, after which lie is showered with cistern water. IIo is then made to read tho water works' act ten times, drinking a glass of cistern water between each reading. fler which tliu "old oaken bucket" Is hung around ids node, and llfteeu sisters with .squirt-guns delugo him with cistern water. Hols then forced to eat it peek of snow while tho lirothers stick Ids ears full of icicles. lleis then run through a clothes-wring er, after which ho is handed 11 glass of cistern water by a beautiful young lady. Ho is then gorged again with cistern water, his boots filled with tlio same, and ho is iald away in a refrigerator. Iho initiation is now almost conclu ded. After remaining in tho refrigerator for Iho space of a half uu hour, ho is taken out and given n glass of cistern water, run through tlio clothe wring er again, and becomes a Clood Templar. IIdmi on' Ho vs. Hold on to your tongue when you are Jut ready to swear, Ho or speak harshly, or use any Improper word. Hold on to your hand when you aro about to trlke, steal or do any Improp er net. Hold on to your feet when you tiro 011 the point of kicking running away from stud or pursuing the path of error, Minnie orcrlitie. Held your temper when you aro an gry, excited or imposed upon, or others aro angry about you. Hold on to your heart when evil per sons seek your company, ami invite you tojoin in their games, mirth and revelry. Hold 011 to your gootl namo at all time-', for it Is much more valuablo to you than gold, high places or fashion able attire. Hold on to the truth, for if will servo well and do you goud throughout eter nity. Hold on to your virtue, it is above all price to you in all times and places. Hold 011 to your character, for It is anil ever will be your best wealth. Tin: Wicki:ih'.sT Max. According to the following paragraph from this week's riii!epc)ileit,luiH Wickedest Man in New York" has seen the error of his ways : "John Allen, the Wickedest Man in New Yoik" lias recently pledged his word liideed,lio lias signed a bond that ho will forthwith abandon his dance hoiiso business. IIo has been led to take this course because his little son, Chester, came homo from school crying as though ids heart would break, because ids schoolmates said ids father was the wickedest mail in New York. After seeing htnieli' photographed in 'Pilch ard's Monthly, he called upon Mr, T. '. Aclon fur advice, and our police pre-ident advised him in the mod em phatic manner, to get out of the Water street den. Wo aro happy to learn that Allen has proved, by hisapp.ireut peni tence, that lie Is not the wickedest malt in New York, and we hope that he has already fulfilled Ids pronil-e." A wiTNl.sslu court who had been cautioned to give a precise answer to every question, 11 lit 1 not to talk about what he might think tho question meant, win Interrogated its follows : "You driven wagon'.'" "No, sir, I tin not." 'Why, man, did you not tell my learned friend so tills moment V" "No, sir, I did not." "Now, sir, I put It lo you on your oath, do you not drive a wagon V" "No, sir." "What Is your occupation, then V" "1 ilrivoa hor-e, sir." No Nami:. -During the French Itev- oliitiou a man applied to the pas.port ofllco for a passport. "What Is your name'.'" "NK" , "WhatV" " ' "NK" "Nonsense! that Is 110 name." "You have abolished HalnK haven't you V" "Yes," "And you have abolished Do'.'" "Yes." "So my niimu Is Nis ; for beforo tho Hovolutlon I was called Ht. Denis." ' l'uiNci;N.mn,i:i!. HofjAi-AiiT visit ed the ni'seunl In Vienna thotherday. Two Austrian soldiers, armed wltli a now rule, were orderctl-out for priiellcc in ids presence, iind.wiltilii tlio space of one minute, tlio two men placed forty' three balls In the butts, witliuut miss is, wuiiout miss-, idred yards, f Miss lioy5Mvlio ing once, at threo liundre It Is related of tlio has Just married Senator llyndorsou, that once.when slio nnd her ulster went j to a party with their uncle, Senator Foote, now deceased, a .grammatical I servant of the Hibernian persuasion an nounced! ".sluatur Foot and tho two I Misses Feet." Hour Tho Devil lost. Tin: following is too good lo be lost. Wo clip 11 from an exchange paper,nnd respectfully call tlio attention to It of certain persons who feel disposed to spread in the newspaper lino. A young man who ardently desired wealth, was visited by ids SaUtnlc mr, est'y, who tempted him to prom Iso soul for oiern.'ty, II" lio could bo piled on this eartfi -d'.'l'l.n" tll3 he could use. The bargain was co(- (. tied tho devil was to supply tho. -ey, and was at last to linvo tliosotii less tho young mail could spend n . 11101 ey than tlio dovll could furidsi. Years passed awuy tlio man married, was extravagant in ids living, built palaces, speculated widely lost ami gavo away fortunes, and yet his coffers wero always full. IIo turned politician and bribed ids way into power and fame, without reducing his "pile" of gold. Ho became a "fllllbuster," and fitted out ships nnd armies, but ids banker honored ail Jits drafts. IIo went to St. Paul to livo and paid tho usual rales of interest for all tlio money ho could borrow, but though tho devil mado wry faces when lie camo to buy tlio bills, yet they were all paid. Ono experiment after another failed ; the dovll counted tho time, only two years, that lie must wait for tlio soul, and mocked thoefl'orts oftiie despairing man. Ono moro trial was resolved upon tho man started a newspaper! Tho dovll growled nl the bill at tlio end of tho first quarter, was savago at the end of six months, melancholy in nine, and broke, "dead broke," at tlio end of tho year. So tho newspaper went down, but tlio soul wa.s saved. A Good Marriago Ceremony. Tub following curiosi custom of tho Xeslorlan Christians is commended to tho serious attention of tho young gentlemen and young ladies of our country, who propose to commit matri mony. After tho inarrlngo ceremony has been performed tlio wedding party Is taken in wagons from tlio church to thehoiiso of tho bridegroom's father. Wlieu the second wagon, in which tlio bride is seated alone, readies tlio gate, opening into the yard in which tlio house is situated, it is halted, nnd tlio bridegroom's mother comes to meet 11, wltli a baby and threo suits of baby clothes in her arms. She throws tho child and tho clothes into tho arms or tlio bride, who is required to dress and undress the baby thrao times In the prc.senco of her motlicr-In-law, who watches every movement as only a inotlier-lu-law can watch a. daughter-in-law. If tho nowly-mado brido does not perform tho operation to tlio satis faction of her sovero Judge, sho is con sidered unfit for her new position, tho wagon Is turned around, and slio Is ta ken back homo for further instruction ; wliilo tho poor bridegroom is compel led to live in single blessedness until his wifo is educated up to tho proper standard, How Dutch Gap Got its Namc Tho following is told by a Southern correspondent of thoHrooklyn Eajlc: "An Englishman and a Dulichnian,so tlio story runs, undertook, for a wager, to row their respectlvo skiffs from a placo seven miles below the gap to a point abovu it. Tlio man who first ar rived at tlio place of destination was to lie considered tho champion, and to re ceive tlio stakes. Hotli started. The Englishman pulled out vigorously, wliilo tho Dutcliman.witli truoTcutonic inipurtabillty, suffered ids opponent to go ahead without nn apparent etlort to keep up with him. When the English man began to round tlio bluff, after nas-lng tho gap, tlio Dutchman was "hull down" and almost out of sight of his antagonist, who was counting on a "sure tiling of it," When tho Dutch man reached tlio gap, ho ran his skiff on shore, raised It 011 hisslioulders.nnd made his way with all possible despatch across the few hundred feet of interven ing space. When tho Englishman ar rived at the point at which the race was to terminate, what was his aston ishment to find his opponent In Ids skill', calmly awaiting his appearance, having relieved tho weariness of ids stay by smoking, with Dutch leisure, three or four pipes of tobacco. Whether the Dutchman succeeded by ids trick in I winning the wager Is not known, but he gave a name to the gap. I.ivi: nut (fool),- Thousands of men Ine.ilhe, move, ami live pass) off tlio stage of life and are heard of no more. Why V They did not a particle of good lu the world; and 110110 were blessed by them, none could point to them ns tlio Instrument of their redemption; not a word they spoke could ho recalled, and so they perished! their light went out in darkness, and lliey wero not re in inhered mure than tho insects of yes- tuday. Will you thus llvo mid die, O man Immortal'.' Live for something. Do good, and leave behind you a monu ment of virtue that tho storm of time can never destroy. Write yoiir nnniu In kindness, love, and mercy, on tho hearts of thousands you como in con tact with year by year, and you will never bo forgotten. No; your namo, your deeds ' W11J u.n:J lB'0'0 hearts you lea vo behind, as tho stnrs on tho brow of evening, Oood deeds will sliiiicA brightly on tlio eartli ns tho star of heaven. Wucni: is Youn Hoy at Nkiht. Tho practice of allowing boy to spend their es'enlugs lu tlio streets Is 0110 of tliu most ruinous, jbuigorous nnd nils chlovous tlilng1iosslble. Nothing so speedily nudurely marks their eourso dowmvMfd. They acquire, under tlio cover of vtlght, 1111 unhealthy ctatu of mind, vul gar mul profauo lniiguago,obseono prac tices, criminal sentiments, nnd a law less, riotous bearing. Indeed, it is In tho streets, after nightfall, thut boys ccuerully acquiro tlio education and tho capacity for becoming rowdy, dissolute men. Parents, do you bellovoltV Will you keep your children homo of nights, nnd sco thut their homo Is iiuidu pleas ant nnd protUablo?