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BLOOMSBURO, PA., FRIDAY, GOT. 16, 1868.
. .M ini niisrrTniiv.n
.,. ,i,vlcrln.ti.v. tinware, Main
",.! Hilt house.
I'l 1!T, m'rt
mill tlhWHIC. Ulll'fll.
i,l of Miill.el, VJ-llW
tl.tllnr. MnhlsL. 2)1
iin . I', V.,o7oV vi:...i
mi .'a .nllMilul, Mull
1 .foS, CHEMICALS, AC
iiiv. i.. ilnuuitaml apothecary, li
' i, -u Mum i.
,rin.ii "' iii'i'HiMnry, r-pi"
,i, ,; i et nfMnii.i-1.
n f. WATHJKH.j&cJ
1'SIIAIIII, watch enil c'oclc xnhlii-f,
,, Iw.ii'oiiior Malniuul lrouts.l-iil
ml . .idler in elueks, wiilfliM nnil
"lain m, Just '"V.1.";!' !
Ill M'.l' wiiltii mi'l cJoi lt maker
i;,l,)r.s AND SllOK-i.
, ,t 'ml khoeiu.ilier.Mihikiieei
i Hi. use. Vl-ll"
I ii' H.nii.iiiir.x-iuri-vjiinlitfnlor In l. ...If
,,i ,,M.i ni.,uo't UlilkCiipulchilivli
1 ,,l.,li.,iivr;rw.,Hi"t lllnmiik
, .11.1. nml liuciiu'-r, Main "t.
i.i k kiovo, nest ofMalUclkiieel
l. Kino-oil nml i.1ij"I iui ..iili
,, ,'t Miirlc.il. l-iill
l.lliil -V tirnMill ll.'nllst,,e,.-lh-Mrai '
t it In -I., nearly iiMii i
. II, HUP
.in mid lillJ'Kll'l.l'
-im lllnl Pllklcliu.
I II. sun.
lull I hnilHH.
.urmon dentist, Mulu it.
nil' 'S. .ltorhiyiit-I.aw,Olllcu llari
, Mai Mtn -'. Mnlnetrect 2J
- v i ii'ai.kVnT, lientisf, .MmiirW..
M.llse' ".'.' lliMf In "f. UVUllH 1--'
, 1,1. IN I, li Y l-'AN't'Y OOODrf-
Lixil UAllKMiV, iiiUltmr, ltniiispi
i II., M'llll
II. WKItll, finiry il'iii'ls lintliiiii, IwiiiIk.
illiimiy, mirlli null. Jliilii(ili.'llM'loHMr
i'l TKI.MAN nilllllu'ry ntul fuluT roihIn (i,
n.li. i:iii.i'iiiiiI Hmu'li, Main M. vl-"''1
- II'I.IA A. ,t HADK HAUKI.r.V, lnill
i,-ik iiml ilii'is imtlenu, MiutliciiHt cnrniT
nml MMtsl. vl-'"
cM. lir.HUI 'Ksom, nilllliipry mul rmov
jIh M.iltiHl.,oiir-isltn I'mirt lloilsi'. vl-nll
M. II. Kl'llMAN, lilllliiuT, Mnlll ht., In-low
i.irtuuii'H utori. wi'st nl .Market hi. VM
'lliTis IIAIl.M N millinery nml fancy
,.Maln Btifi-I Jiwt U'luur Auu'rlciitt ""j
llOl'UhS AM) SALOONS.
u'Oi'KVivitcr.'iliil outiiiii Kiiloon, Amerl
a llimvi'. ;,lnlii Nt,, lt.illi.cr Leuvoclc hiiiicrln-vl-nli
iiivru A .lAlullY, nuifccllonry, luiki-r),
.til iv ti r Mill, ion, whulviialitiiiul. uttlll, !!:!
:i Krk, Mulu lit. vl-lltt
.w i HI!, cimfW-lloiKry, Imltiry. mitl nyM
i.ii in, u liutcs.tlu mul retail, Maliikt., Juki
n 'run vl.iil
I I A N ( 1 1 : IIOTIX, liy KuoiH.l Ularlt, Main
,i.inllo(iiiirl Iuium'. vlnl".
(i llollhi:, by. Ions r.K.inicK, Main
w ,1 of linn nil, el. Vl-lll 1
Iiy (l.W. Mauui'k, t'llhtcnil nl
1IINFI1, i('lrelintlit saloon, M tin bt.,Jusl
v imltlioiikii, vl-ll I
X' ,1 I I. VltK, li-n i lnui-ul
t. . I ill Ull-:. iPlri-Nliiiietit wiloun, Hhlvo's
i. iinni km,' .Main hi vl-nli
'IKItCIIANT.-i AND tiHOCKItS.
riHiM, I'linii'i-iiniii'ry. tirntTrK-a i-tc .Main
' .til'iivi'l'otirtllnuse, vl-nlil
II ltll.1,1,11 iti-alcr in tlry l-nnils, irroi-c-lll-rt.
u,i'ik,.iiiii, llniir, halt, hlini-!., iiotlonv, t-u.
iiiiji' liliick. MallihlM-et. vl-nl'i
.1 1 N1.AI. .V Co., ili-iili'th In ilryKnoiN
viIik, il'iiu, li-i'il, mil. iIkIi, Iron, ualU
n Tllim! cornor Malnmnl fti.ukt't vl-ul
' i iW I-It, IritK anil raH, liuutt mul Ktioi-
n st allow, Court lloni-, lur
'IAIIIt,ilr RiHuNmiil notions,
i-r .Main mul lion KIs
ltii"i;il, ur.v uomU, uiiK-frli'H, i-K-,
iiuiii'r .Main anil lion Kth,
A .I A U'l MAN, Anon t.itry kooiIm, notloui
n niui'f .Main sl.(oiiiiuity Coriul'i. I iil
II mill-. l.ll
'I i Ki.I Y.Ki-yi-liiiiijKliot'sioii-.hiMiktinmi
iiiniii r miutliwi-tii corm-r Market inn:
l.t.M I-IIAMI'M, rouliclliinirlik, Mall,
ni'iu-tla inlliii'iil, 1 vl-ul.
1 'I. Ml AI,I.,i,i'U(rnl sliti-k nf nii-ichiiu
.11,1 lin.iiu-r, t-uim-r of Alain Kirt-itnmi
''mil vl-ii r
i."lti:i.NM i 'ali-r In iln L-iioiU L-iterli k i-lr.
i-VMiirli Main nl h,-iiw lion vl-ul.,
I, iN Jrot'orltf A I'rovlklonn. kotilli
inn Main I'liil Ill'li Stit-cli, vl.lili
"Nilil-U, l.tililuaiv, LUllrry, guiii. t-ti.,
i, kI tit-inu li'ili. vl-nl.i
-I I IN ill llli'l in i lioli t-ilij piotlk, ll,ai -lilh
K"o, ., IIikIi i!li't'llt't,,ito.,(tc. Mali
'" iiiiiii lions,, v-lnl
I ll 1 H I'l ll k mul Ul'IIVltll IIU'I, liaiiillK,
i.l ' VMM. 1 l-nl-
1 I I' -.N irvuiioil.. L-riii-rrii'K. Imoli.
If'll'i-rt 'IiIih It, Main it.. neKt ,M
A 1 HAilll ltl-T.ix-iiIin.il.
I'liili.i , in i tk mul Xtillollv
ki lull Kliti', iuii tliHilk iiImivo Itionkl'
Ml-,. I slioti. 2 III
Iv M. CUM i r I . KIkii, Onmmentul mul Ittci
!Vo I'lilutei, hcottowu, near istlrti.u,
I'nliVA.l , runillurn nwunn, thtve Mnrs
r.k on Main it., wt'fct t Jlrtritft bt. vl-iil-H
mixiun i i tuj t'i 1 1)1 M h , i ii 1 1 1 m vi
j llOSHNsTOCK, 'holi'Hrailnr( llxul.anyt
UltOADT. iilinffK'iniihrr. ItRttimiii'ii Itiitlil
sitniitu-ati(iriu i .MulutiiulSlurUeUU vl-n4.i
J. B1DLKMAN. Aufiit Munmn's t'onnei- Vii
II. ri'I.MKM., saal!A, tiuulc Riul linrnHH
ir Mnt Mulu ht litjlnw court, limine. vlnH
' tTKH. tlhie Mrtker. una White hiw tunes
t nitiei HttldWU. ' VllH?
uuiicrH in Mtiiiuct, or tut uuiuM, lmiiuim
ctfertlin rull-iuiul, i vltiil'f
V J- 1!II1. I.MAN, hHiltllo uiul linrnch maker,
VITMAN. inurlilH ivmlch. iipart.(ilitliH('T.l
'I'HIMiM II drnlrr In rtniifp, nu-nnn mul
M(lm!(onfc,ut u, V,CttfIrniii!ilUmiiHnni
Ii MAKTI ItH ntr,.i,t rut flrnvpi- Mill:
uiiiclilno, Muln fct.. lliiitnmn't luillH
I ' lEnnilN'W.ltfiiHirili'Hhrt'i-(inil(loortlolii
'"Tiliwetit turner Main nml IroiiMu, vln4.t
I'Mt iicU, Notary PiiMlc. norllii'ftkt coint
" nit M rkct'Vt. vl-tn
1-1 N'HI (IN. i ii ii 1 1 ml it ml I'nvti mtHi tin
t t I'niniiHiit' noriluMiktmriiHr Main nml
"lw.f 1IAKHKHT, iiimifdclurT iunUo)nlr-i
' i linti iiiHcltlnrs, hfiliijilt A I'll' Mil-'
" "ii,i mi i;iM-nnimrs, viin
1 NN. tlt-alfr In tiN'iiL tallmr. ilc. Clicti)
f lillt y, lyck r Auu rlcaii liouu. )nl
'I II jAlltllV. Mi.ri.lt. .nul llrou Ii Milir
inooinnnuiri it jik i hum, i-n i
i ''AMl'I.Il A i O. AlutlituUU.FaitlJlooinN
Dlt, O. A. JIMAUOnt,, nhf ulrlnn nl RiirK',on.
Main H licit iloor In OukI's Hold. vi-iil?
UlCIv llOTi:t. ami i-i-fri-liincnt unloun, Iiy
i:i. l.vi riil. ioi, oi.Maiuiuiii I'lneki.vini,
lliouriK-rlinuo liyjolm Hny
O iter, Main ftt,,ulovo IMno,
tit HI.OAN. ilealer in ilry cikhIm, Broccrles,
luur.ic-r una general Mercliainllno Main kl.
Gr.OIKli: I,A'.Alll'H,aililloanil harness maker
Malilkt.. iiluiVutlinHivan Hotel, Vl-llli
XV II.M.MIMI, tu.inur.K'tiirer of till wnro nntl
U , il.'.iir.- Ill knives etc. Main kt., itbuvo Iip
Kunii Hotel. vlnl7
1 & I!. W. C(ll,l:.MAN, Mirehant tailor mul
A. dent'" ImulMiiUK (,-ooiIh, Malum., next lUnir
to the hrkk hotel. vl-1117
K ItAYIIl'ltsCi'livIm, Watehen nniKlnni
ill. repalrett, IIuIihiiU'I WntehCi lorkale.Matli
M lielmv Tine. Vl-nl7
I A, Mix 11. ll AU.M AN, i alilnei Maktr, nml IJn
fj iietlaker, .Main St., fieiuw riue. v !-n!7
MICHAIIlil.'. Ki:i.I,i:lt, I'onlirtlouery, ()yier
le., Ae.,on l'lne hi., hett en Main uiul Mill,
U" li, A (,'. KllLCllNUlt, l!l.lcUHlullli,on Mill
, tttieut, near 1'luu. vl-1117
llf H.I.I AM lllil.ONO, ShoelnaUrauil tuannfae.
M luierof llrldt. Mill St., wi l of l'llu- vlul'l
IlI.IAH HNYIII'.lt, I'lour ami
j iKulel'Ill Kralu, Mill Mreot.
(Hint Mill, ami
I i:WIS 11. WIHIYI.I'.Il, Iron founiler,.Mai-hln.
Ijwt.niul Maniifai-tuieriir .Iom, Mill t.M-nl7
II.I'M A. WILLIAMS A To.
utaeturerniflfittlier, Mill Mlivet
OILS' Kl',I.I.i:lI, limit mul Mini maker, I'lne
Mreet, oiini-.ni- llie Aeaiieuiy v i-ni.
ft. HKItUlNIIA III'.OTIILU, Oirrielilirinnil
Uullill I'll, -Main Stn-et, In-low I'lne, Vl-ll 17
. lAMl'r.t. HIlAIH'I.IX-f, M.ikei nftlie Ilaylmikt
ilriuu ijrnille. Main f-t. v'Jn.t.
M. 1IAUMAN, kmlille ami .lull neis Irtaker
, iniiimi'Vllli-.iMHi'Hlte I-'riinuic
.(I CnTITtyl. Vl-.'llll
i".iil'I.IIANNAorliri. k ll'iiR..Vro'.iih.niiler
iiiniirn tor.souili.e.i-leouier MklAiiiulHeriui'l
. l reel. v'J-nlS
II. I'l'.HASY.ill'- irnklk, .hki
eial Mi-ieliiinllKt, Main Mir I
II. ItlN'Altli.ili-nter lii kloiek iiiiilr.lin-uaie,
O, .MulllMtreet. V3-III
r.M. II. Alllll.lT.altuniey ill law,. Main:
j tlI.ltUU'1' tV Kl,I.i:,ili cifH tTl".. nnl
t tf-iii" ii tni-n'tian IKc. M ilit -ttti-i-t,
K I'.. hKll, hilli.iKt s,ili, uMi-i-on'.Hti
In Kf.ison Mnfu Im
K, hAU.MA.V, Mou'lmnt Ttiltor, SicnmlSt.,
, linhimiH itutl Uux. v2nl.
IU.J. IC. UOIUIINW,
, . i
Y 11. KlsrLIjU,"C,iiltHwlHjt ilouo," North st
J , Cm iter Main uiul Hi-omul Htr-eU, vJ-nl1.
. KKOIHT, iUulor lit Ucneml MeiohauJlM-,
Idy Uootls, ornct-rlt" At. 2m.
LKiUT STKKET WIKECTOUY.
1)irri:u MNT, dealer In ilry cootlk, Brocirltk,
Hour, feci), salt, llsh, Iron, nall, tie., Unlit
I Ti:ltVlM.Kli:lt, L'aliliiel maker, UnUerlakir
,) nuilChatrni.ikir. il-nw
JOSKl'H V.'AI.rnit IllaekKinlth, iiiifoklte mt
otllee. vl -nli:.
HI". D.MAN .1 Co., Vlieelwrlshts, tint ilnor
uhovii kehoul llOlthO, vl-n lii
IW. i:. KIiINKi nillllneiy ami laucy jooiN.
ill . V-""
Iw. i r i , lu-uii-i m ijt-.iiiii-i , jinn.!, I'nin.
etc. ntsUinUtl fr UMck. Mil'l
r.M. M.IlNr, dealer 111 bloies ami tin ware In
all in hi,iliene-. vi-nm
TO UN A
OMAN, liiniuifuuuier mul dealir lu
itninil khues. vl-niil.
j, i,i:isi;it, m. ii. miimoii .nul i'i'J'
Ollllu Hi Hullel'it II.it. I. '
ihl'Y i-I'l AM I uil itLNO MlLlJI, C. M. I'owler,
I'J ri-ii.rlei.r vunii
) J. Itl-.ltl 1 1 .i 111 , Ultii ,,le-.ler 111 .lr kuoiIi,
5, e,l oi el li", llli'l noli, l n Uii-l ell. i inline, ll.'lill
f ll. t'Al.HWKI.I., ill ''el 111 IryKiMiilK, (,-rooer-I,
ii-, quecn.lvale, liaulivale, tl&ll, kalt, nulls,
te., Ue., vl.'ull
11 V. I'.IiOAlt, MiMiuelainiiii rianln- Mill anil
I. r.ux .Miiuufarlurv. vl-.'nll
t NDUI.W MADIMN'.il.iI r In ilry rowU, Kio
, rtTlt'N, Kmln, luiuln-r i Ic, .IriM-ylmvn. vliiIO
iAr()iiA.KviMiu:it,iifii!Thi iiws uihiht
I iMi-lr tc Mn.i,(iii tnw tishin L'oliinildn con 11 IV
Cl 1 ni M u i in ii 'i m , .umii-iiii ijiin-i, I'ti'-
voit and Mnumt'tn i-nti-i tiiiin-tl, -ul
l (I. A W. II, hiioi:makku( 1-hIt in nry
T- ir.t httYi In Kiniili cml nf (own, v-nl
JAfOlt A W.M. 11 MIltlN, ii-iikri.
L'toci-rif. ilrns uixt nii(Ucincs,
in ilry unoils,
Flri Kt mil In
noiUi t-tul o lowu,
HOTiaS AND SALOONS.
j i I l JWAl 1 I i L I ilj , I .11 IM. l J
Tin itiuliThlent d huMim nuri-luii it HiUmcII
.tin 1 1. ii nml 1 i-'ilnilh iiM'iiN-il liut.l he Kt'li'(in:e
llot( l.Hllu.ile mi ?ii- Kiiuji'i.in inirfinihouru
imtlieoltlieiy nppuhi v hum niuniim coiling' ' iiiirt
lli.nvd 1 1 md ttull itiloini llieir ti li'iiilK uml llu
'U'MIO 111 lillll'IMI HUH HH'll IMrUl' I 111 "inn
ttlKI 1 ll till lllMMIM ll III 1 l Ol It With It. II U-
or 1 lie li'ci'iilii'U Mini 1 iiieriaiiiineiii in 11 ttveiir r
otii, j 111 i'iie Kparen no vx nv in luvpannu
Li im 11 ji-lor Hit it ft milium ut of I hell Ltu-HtM
unit hut fchitll tin re li- mi) lliiit wniitlnu on their
1 tit muuaici 10 im 11 peiMrii.fi coniioii, 4 ney
.ii ill -,' ik hpiieioux, auu i nj i hum
iiMiiilluiHi-ft 1 1111 at ut I iIiihk between the I!x
hmiuf Iloirl ami tin im ii.n-v nillrnrtil dci'Oiti, by
v inch tmulh i will 11 pliiiKantl rtmefed in
ndlioiu llitu(pettlM KintloiiM in dim iltnoto
net t We ltu, KOONM A ( I.AIllv.
lilooihuuvu. April :i, ho.
(ICOUdi: W. MAUtinit, Proprietor.
i'l 10 nliove Mfll.ltnown luiii'l h.m recentlv under
mm it vii d rul cliuiiL't" in Ith ItiUiuuiariaUKtmentH,
aiuI Kim. i.rit'iur ittinoiiiit it. to bU Iitrmev euHtitin
and th('tmelllns piihlle Mini hht nceoniLKlatlouM
lor itiocoinioti ol in RUeMMiiom eoon to muie in
iii.wtiiwiiTv ll in iiiiiin villi iilvtiM he found tu-
iieu, 1101 mu ini ruiwuuuipi itun, v. n
ho delicieU.nl i tut henwrn, lll wlne ami IN
ounrs (eJtcepl Mr ' oiulur fjevenixn known hb
AMt'Jfvm 1", pun huhi d direct irom the imporltiu
uonniiMilriiifM. 11m InfliiitiUlul foi nllbernl nation-
hih In thopiut. nnd will etmtluue 1o deerve tt In
ihefutmt!. (IKOlttlK W, MAIMKH,
This Proprietor of tha KxehauceHntoon hn now
nit ImnJ n Inrjtw htocli of
' HUM Ml. It lUCr HI.SHMKNTH,
M-ICKU OVhTMIS, HAHIUM'H, THtrU, 1I01.OUNA
gUViir lU.NOCK, ItOII.KU l.tl(iH,hWK.lT7.Ht CJlKf Hf
LAOKIl HKKH, AUK, AC.
V C0M1S ONH, C'OMli AM ANI HKK.
lUooimdjUrii, Mnylt, 1K7.
rpu K YpTlloTKi "
PY, COI.VMWA COUNTY, PA,
THE nuhnilher rt cputlully lufoi int.li In frlcndti
und the u 'H (hfit le Iuik IiiUi n the nboe ui'll
known lloiu ol 1 nti itnlnmt nt, nnd Mill be
plftihed to jvic llie iiinoiii in nil wun win
fuvorblm uui u tail.
HU WSIJj KI.M A CJOOP TAW.K,
a Par h ell .tolud will' the best ol Mouom, nml
every flbrl will be iiimle to render entire r-HtU-
Inetlon, lit imj.i iJ.ua ii
Kr, Pa.. April 12, JM7t
UHANai:VII.!.K, COLI'MIIIA C0UTYI VA,
a KiWAitnr.vr.ui;TT, pkopiuktoh.
n... inL-mi miVKPikkitiii ut IIiIh well-known
lionise, Milium Mtpl l N'niuel 1 erttt, the Pro
tJileui. linsi'iitlnllpetiimnenl lepalrundfuriiUh
U JIAH AM LAiUUvHwIil. thee boleetttllcjuon
rmdUBWi-UUelleHelen. Jlln tttuble Iv not eclM
luth county, uml no rHln will be SPV.0
MC0MMlUft' gUVVU l(Tr3 M
Ifl IV11LI8IIKD t:t.UV Ml II) AY MoHMSV) AT
Till! principle of this paper nre of tlie JctTtMon-
lan Bchoolof pfjlltlc", Tho-p prlnclplei will neer
be compronilictl, yd rourteny ntul kindness clinll
not bo foi gotten In ilhculiii? tliem, wlietlier with
liullvldufil, or-wUh contctnporarlc of the Pre"
The unit', hfirplnens, nml proipeiity of tho coun
try If our nlm nml ohJ-ct; nmliii tin in cans to
necuro that, we nhall labor hoiit-fctly ami earnently
for tho harmony, hiicccsi nml nro t h of our ort'nn
Tekms ok hUiHCttl ption il wo dollars n year
If jmlil In niUniicc If not palil In mlvmict tun
dollar nml liny emit ulll be Invariably charged.
TEitJts or AhVFnTiiiNii One P"iiaie(ten lint
orlcR)oneor three Inncrtlons II,.V)j each subhe
riiunt tiiHtrttim &) cent.
Ht'Atn, Im. '2i, 3m.
0,1 JO I I.Wi
One miimu J2.tw tim J.,tn
Two Mqtmrei 3,0i
Three hnimrci 5,
Half coluinn 10,
One column 15,iX)
Kxecutor'H nml AdmlnKttator'H Notlre iSyj; An-
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ted according toppeclnt contnyt.
Umlnehi notices, wit houtftdvertl'ement, twenty
cents per line.
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tory, hoth to mihscrlhern and lo tne ruhlNhcis,
that remittances nml nil eoinnntnlciit Ions repei t
Iiik the buMnensof the paper, he fcent dir cl to the
oiliceof pnhllcntton. All letters, whether rtlntlim
to the editorial or bulnesn coneernior the paper,
and nil payments for wubHcrlpttnn, ndvertWInu,
orJohtlnj;,nre to ho made to nnd mldressed
imoeicwAY a Kiu:i7,i;
Printed at nobKou's Uulldlnch, near the f'nutt
C. n. V.WDKHSMCK,
Xejitly executed at tliU Ofllce.
ATTOIt.V i; Y-AT-LA W,
Anhland, Hchuylklll County, Penn'u.
A t r u it n i-i i - a i I. a iv,
lletwlt'k, Cotutulihi County, reuu'H,
YHI'IAM H, AUliOTT,
A I TU Iti-i Ii I A 1 1, A
at toi: ni:y at law,
Offlei. wllh l H. 1 .11 1 1.-. In brick 1 .11 11.11 r tr ml-
lolnlni! I'ost Ollli-i-, jfii-ltuiiutieK, H.uk-1'.tv ami
nluui. 1 olleelril. Ikepjo (.
mix (i. Kitr.r.zi:,
Otllee In HejiNter alel lleeuriler'H otrlee, lu I In
liairnienl rif the t'ourt Ilium-, l',!rw.mkluru, I'll
A TTll It X Ii Y. T- T. A Y
filee ennu-r of Main ami Malkit ktle.-lk .ii.
Klikt Xallouiil Haul:. !:li.oiii-.1,niK. Pa.
11. 1. 1 tt 1. 1:,
A TTO UN K Y- A I'.l. A W,
Otllee .u Mulu Hreei, In hrlek l.ull'ltni: l,.-'o- Hi.
uirl roiike, IlliMituklaitit, I'a.
A TTO It N MY AT LAW,
.Ii Ol'l'lrK I'ourt lloiiht. Allev. helo-.v the fu
lumlilmi (Itlliv, 1 lanl'C7,
V V T I O K K K U.
m osi:h COITMA n ,
rhivlii'4 followed the prolenlon of Public 't ndm
iler for munv enii. would Inform h s frlenih
Hint he h Kt 111 In the field, lendy ntul wllllnp; i
llemltoiui the uuliei ornm calllnj.'. ivrwn
leilrfme hN nervictM ithould call or write to hlu1
at ltloonif-hurnr, Pu, inar'7.
"PH. W, U. JIUADIjKY,
(i.iue Ahisi.tni .Meuicai iniector u. t. Army,)
P 11 Y H I O I A N AND HUtt (I II O N ,
Ari-Ollleont tho house opposite Hhlve'b lltivK
'nlW promptly n Mended tolHth nlht nnd ihi.
Illoonoibii-c, Jan. IK, InTT.
IIAU.MvM( AUDI.n, AND TUUNK
nnd dealer In
C'AllPirMIAOS, VAI.1H1X, PI.Y-Nnw,
JHJfFAI.0 I.UIirJi, HOHSK-IlbANKKlJl AC.,
which he feels confident he can well nt lower
rate than em other person In ths country. Ill
umine lor oiiiseles,
Miop tlit door below the Pout Ofllco Main
Mreel, I'.likointihurif, Pu, I
OV, l-'i, IMii, 1
g 0. COLLINS,
1 A 11 1 U . A U I, 1.
SHAVING, II AIH OUTTINO
Oitr WUluiuyer A Jueohy'a Ii-o L'rrani Haloon,
Il. ir llifim. unit Whlkkem enloieil lilarlc f,r
llJyln i llio luiii'l will lestoi'o liali lo Itn urllnul
color i;i.liout kolllUY the rlliekt fabric, eouktantly
on hauil, lufrlti7.
K N T IBTBY.
II, t. HOWKIt, DENTIST,
Hehnei'tfully nlleis tllft profekkloluil kcrvlcek lo
the laillek anil Kililleinin of lllooiiikbumana vl
clnlly. lie Ik )ircnnrcil tuatteua toallllie vari
olik oieratlonk lu the line of 111 lirofekhloli, and
N piovlileil with the latekt linnruve.1 Poitcui,AiN
Tr.Liii Mhli-li Mill iv lukerleit tin itoM piuilae,
killer ami lllhlier liahe to look rut nell aittlin Itaf.
uialtcutli. 'leelli exti-.icteil by alltho iievyuml
moht upiuovi.l ineilioiiN, anil nil oia-rHtluiik on
tin. teeth iiiieliiliyaml piuierly utlemleil lo.
Itiklilenee anil olhiu it lew ilnoia nb.iv a Iho
Ciiuil Holue kiiuio kkle,
pOWDKU KKCiH AND LU5IHKU.
V. M. M0NU0KCO
itu rut, Pu.,
anil ill uleik In all fclmlanf
give uotloo tlmt llu y an. prepareil to rmniuilal
their cuktom Willi ilUiatcli, ami on thechiais
11 0 ll ll 11 11 11 o,
The unilerklKtifil woulil ridiuelfully Inform
th traielluit luibllo lliatlie baa uiclia.eil ami
r.flllul In the bekt manner llie nlil Huiul furnii'..
Iv .UM'iihl.l tiu v. A. Kline, ami that lie lk lif.w
iuilareti tnaicoininoitn.u hlH frlenilftwlllililltho
t uiiuurik ami l 'on. mi m . miiui..-, i.
A lllioilkw liar.i link lie. 11 bllllLltnil I llU klirt OUI.
il'iim inacnl in in rlJil unler. Hi bar will al
:i V" " -r v L'u i." Vi.ikWii "
JAHr-H V. tlll.I.Abrili
A FT i; It Till: lltltlAL.
BY J ?ti:4 Ill'SIKM. I.OWi Ul
Wi.' I " ' III I'Wl'fl tl It ilHIIM,
7itiAtthelxwi It lolN Hoitttilwart
X""" Tn bluirbrond'sbnutdered culm,
And when, over brenker (o leeward,
The fatten d nurses uln hurhul,
, It my kctpotir bind to I he U mpe!,
Wllh Its Tripoli the liue of the World.
itut.tif er the (dilpw reck, tell me
What help lu Its lion Uiowh,
HUH true to the broken lmw?er,
Deep flown nmonssea weeds nnd ooe?
In the ljienklntt(;iitfs ofKoirour,
When the lielplesi feet Mrcteli out,
And find In theit eps of dnrkness
Xo footing ny Hotld as itouht.
'I lien heller one npnr of memory,
One luokeu plank of the pntt,
Tlmt our hiimnu heart mn cllnif to,
'1 hough hopctesi nf nhoio nt lnd I
To thefipltit 1 1-4 ('pli-mlld conjecture i,
Tn the lb Mi Us meet tlespntr,
Itn t pitn't r Ihelbln worn heiet
Willi Ilsbcnuiy of denihli'Mi hair I
Initnoitul? I feci It nnd know It j
Wbnttouljls It of such nt she ?
Hut that It Ihep'iii'j'a i-ry Mtrtt
Immortal nwiy boui met
TbeieV uiiniiow ildgf In tliei;hivoMUl
Would henree stay n th:id lu liU incej
Put lo meaml my tlioi'ulittt It Is wider
Than the n.nr-Mtvn 1131m of np.iee.
Your lole, m fih-mN, lspeifet,
Your nioials most dreiulty true,
Hut the emlh tlmt stopn my dnilhiK'H earn
Mukei mine lnvtn-ate iwt
Console, If you will j I ciui hear It:
'TN (i well meant nhus of hrcalh ;
Hut not nil Iho pi eiichhui since AiUm
Hnnundo Dnth other tli.m Dcnlli.
Coinmunion lu splr 1 1 Porlve me,
Hut I, who inn cir- My nml weak,
Would Klvenll my lueouits foin ditnmbimt
!"ov her rotf-Jeaf p.Mm 1 11 m eheck t
That Utllo Mine J 1 the coiner,
So worn nun wilnkh d nml bit .wr
it 1110. lonlt biiilnw ton utes j ou,
And niKiieH oir W'sdom dow 11.
Monoy and Morals.
1!V l!i:V. .1. I,. (.'OltNlNC.
Kvimiy ymiiis iiiiiii H'lvt'iUiirlnej up.
im tho puiu' ol S'mu'-'S Itai ;i tcll to
'iiini'il, Imt wliL-thLT or not :t ini,v Is
opi'ii, only i'Xit'riiiiftit cm ik'teniiiiic.
A liutiury umliltlun for stuw-i cii'tly
Hits to lit' u ili'iimml, n -i tiiR'niiilitlonal
hi tlmt of 11 liiiinlit with iiU lliigors
ilulclilii; this throat of tho wayfarer.
I ho old heatlii'ii n&etl to get ungry with
iliulr ilfitit-i, ntul nbtibo thorn with all
Iltv(ihciiimi3 oiitthcts If tlify illtl not
,'iaiit their iiwycr-.. ho I have crpii
ini'ii of hueli SMi)iii; uri'Oil for Ki'l'ii
hat If thi'y nhotild tliroiiton tho great
t iiitl of Ik'atitiy with veiigcaiico,iiii two
lielrtltslay weri'denleil, llie ijia-siiiem-
nit; woulil hut truly express the ilegreu
of their voracious appetite. " Ye koiU
,H)il noiltlersr.M, nlve 1110 Sl'Lt'lM!" eiies
the mail. " And pray, In what man
ner'."' the Divinities of Fate reply.
No matter what manner, bo that J
have II," prays tho Insane Unvoted. In
that ntiilaclous petition, or In Iho
HioiiKht which father-i It, funnels the
leath-knell or Virtue, Truth, Honor,
mil every nnhlo element of maiiliootl.
I'liitt iimbition whicii will taku no do-
nial of 1'ato shall ho tho mnt tuck, nntl
pick, anil bur, with which nil that is of
rooil report In tho houl shall bo tumor
iilnud anil doomed to chaotlo, niln.
Willi slow or speedy tread the proee-t
f moral dissolution may go forward to
Is final and fatal result. Little crafts
may pavo tho way to great fal.-ehoods;
ho petty larcenies which the codo of
I'onimereo legitimates lead to tho gi
gantic swindles which mako Nation;)!
rinaueo stagger nnd minko to Its cen
tre. Como tho moral disaster, soon or
late, It matters little It will certainly
eventuate in this damning process.
(Iravltathm will no moro certainly
iniiig a stone to the earth than nil un
conditional greed of gain will bring it
iiiiiii to the lowest abysses of moral In
lamy. When epidemics spread over it com
munity there is always a certain class
of people in certain physical conditions
who fall vl'.tiuih to them. So, when
ihite come seasons of great llnanclal In
iliuion, which are tho epidemics of com
nie.ee, there is always a certain btylo of
men who becoiiio Inveigled Into moral
if not material ruin. Tho monetary ox-
.i.iniliiii of the lust four ycnr.s lias been
linking ready lor the harvest of fraud
.tut villainy which wo behold to-day.
.Money wns n-altered over the land like
.enves In Ati'tnnn. Itwastt game of
tt nl-, in which everybody participa
ted. I'eople wlio were born lu a hovel
mil lenii'd with a spade in their 11 -1 ,
iiy a htiange freak of fortune, woko up
one morning nt Saratoga with a coach
and four, viilh plenty and elegance ap
pended to ilium - like it philosopher's
coat put upon tho back of n Chickasaw
Indian. And then nil tho people began
to piiy'Why may not we bo rich'."'
nnd liko tiio ancient Idolaters In Kphe-
.us, only with a different divinity, tho
.ry wits, "Clreat UShoddy of America;"
mil nil tho people bowed down and
worshipped nt his shrine. Men that had
pot brains enousli to mako moro than it
.cniily livelihood by legltliuato means,
ji gaii to mnulpuluto tho dlco-boxtsi of
rii'cwntivo miveuiuro mm 10 nring up
irlze. Old, decayed bankrupts, who
mil gone out of sight lu Iho lliuncial
levulslon of former years, cumi to tho
on of lioolety again us government
agents and brokers In stocks and whl'o
people wero wondering who paid their
debts, (hey wero building freestone
Ironts.'sporting equipages, nnd making
iho tour of Kurope. Suclin condition
of llnanelal fertility turnlshcd itelngu
lar oppoiluuity forscoundrellsm tode
i-eloiio Itself. Then, vice and crime
i'l't their oidlniuy ehaniielsatid Unwed
uto the tldo of Commerce. The paint-
d svreiis of tho brothel, tho bloated
lords of the gambling cellar, mid thu
tharp-oyed broker of tho curtntnim,
Milued In partnership, mul history in
,it conllrined tho verdict of seiiso that
devils nro of ouo mid tho tamo kidney
All tho vices herd together by mutual
lUHilly, and thu rashlonablo thief of tho
Virtu Avciiuolia ut last found his level
'il tho cell ofu murderer, with biirglain
md Incendiaries, mid lowd soducors
il...,L-l,. Iil.i. on ..lllierHlde.
11U Hay, ill COIIllllOIlt lipilll tilt)
Into startling (l!elouircs of the (lnnn
clal world, tlmt a loosening of moral
self control Is tho grand fountain of
crime of whatever sort. Tho (Itiestlon,
I in what sptclal form of crime this In
herent taint arid distemper shall dovel'
ope Itself, is entirely the ncehlctit of clr
cuiiislances. Thnsamo mull, with thn
condition of n ruspontled or smothored
moral sense, lu ono sntof circumstances
may be an adulterer, mid in nuotlierset
of circumstances ho will he n defaulter.
Let fm Iiiiki pour wealth Into his Inp
through the ordinary channels, nnd tho
demon that presides within lilni may
not come out In tho form of llagrnnt dis
honesty, so that though he may pass
for n fast, man, hu may yet hn lieltl as
an honest man, mid couimniid uiilimlt
ed llnaiicial credit. Hut, now, let tho
divinities m tradeeonsplre against him,
and doom him to poverty, and, lo! ono
morning the world is startled with tho
report that .Mr. So-and-M) hai run awny
with it hundred thou-and dollars I And
everybody Is .surprised j which only
provet how stupid everybody wm, I
am well aciiii.ilntcd with n slinllarcaie.
I rt'incmtier, as far back ns llfteenyearB
ago, making u visit at the liou-o of a
eeitniu man in a Wi stum State. That
man could have gone to any bank In
the city where he dwelt and borrowed
fifty thousand dollars, und uoimcstlons
asked. Not it debt but was paid with
punctuality, nnd nouo less than ho was
suspected of it taint lu financial honor.
Hut I had not held Intercourse with the
man twenly-four hours before 1 discov
ered that, for -omo reason, either con
stitutional or educational probably
both ho had n low moral organization,
which developed itself in what might
be called petty vices, He was remark
iiblo for his facility und fecundity of
unclean, c.ts autl anecdotes. He was n
proverbial tippler in social festivity,
lie wns n pretty Intimate Associate of
the wliljUey bottle, and occasionally he
wa.s mi loo-oas to become what is culled,
In ((iinnion parlance, "tight" whatev
er I hat means, for I have no per.-onal
knowledge of such an e.vpcrence. I-'if-
teen yeais tampering witli filthy dia
lect und rum! Whal-ort of ti!,ei!oneu
-hould ynu evpeel from that young
iti.iir.' And yet the man had never
Holen a dime that anybody knew of
till a lew yuir.s ago, when, u trusted
servant of thu government, veidlng
political gas about loyally and all that,
he reached his hand down into thu Na
tion's wallet and took a hundred thous
and dollars ! A respectable stcnl, says
tlu ethics of tho time. If lie had stol
en my pocket-hook with !Hu dollars
In it, fieeiiu-o ho was hungry, he would
have 'gone to State prison. ISut tho.o
entleniau thieves, who steal In liberal
figure-, wo must consider whether they
do not deserve a more elegant fate!
In conclu-lon, I wish to warn you
iigaiiistu morbid and most alarming
feature in public .sentiment. I nieiiithe
prevalent idolatry of llnanclal power.
It is my opinion, that whatever religious
and moral culture young l-M ward
Kelclium received In his cliildhooil-and
youth, '.no matter of tbeoiy, yet tho
practical lieiesy width lie drank In
with earliest lessons of tho fireside was
that the money-power was the only sort
of power worthy of re-pect. To be tho
monarch of all .street was in Ids judg
ment, to bo dlcliUor nnd lord every
where. And I deel.'.ie that thu preva
lent opinion of men, the f.i-hiontible
ethics oftliu world,are calculated toton-
11 rm rather than iiiwttlo a man in lids
pernicious judgment. The very ut
vantsln your kitchen nre impregnated
with tin- vile heie-y, mid feel a son-e
of 0i.entl.il inferiority on account of
slender income mid calico i rocks. Tills
horrible maxim has Ulsca-ed tho whole
fabric of society to an e. lent of which
wonro littlo aw.ire.
When the cholera was i aging in Alex
andria n balloon was sent up in tho hky,
width a piece of raw meat atluchrd to
it, which put tilled in n few moments
by reason of the talutid atmosphere. So
tho false ethics of life inipiegnale tho
whole nlf with moral dl-ciw, and men
cut nnd drink damnation, and breathe
It In uiicoii.-clou.-ly with every breath.
The iitirgingof society from crime must
begin mid go on at every fountain of
public setiment. Our children must lie
night thees-ential difference between
talent und cunning between llie facul
ty of biii.irtiijss tti.it will lb' by iho
wholesale for money ,nud the normal ca
pacity that can a viifiiul.de gain by le-
llohbs, lu describing thn I'arllument-
iry leaders In the time of Charles I.,
.'ays, "If craft be wisdom, they wero
who enough! but vu-o, as l deiinoit, is
ho that knows how to bring Id business
to pass without the assistance of knavery
and Ignoble shifts, by the solo length
of Ids good contrivance. A fool may
win from n better gnmoator by tlio ad
vantage offal-o dh:u mid tho packing of
I am ashamed to sexihow readily men
Will bow down to (nieces i that Is gained
by craft Instead of real wisdom, tor
mv own part, I will accept tho destiny
ofu town pauper befuru I will do it.
The young men of the country cannot
bo too strongly exhorted to bowaro of
the enticements of that baublo which
men call Himmkhsj which too common-
Iv predestinates tho bankruptcy of
Tt nth and Honor in tho soul. The only
wav to secure Succoas which shall bu
nbldlng, is to work with clean hands
mid mi honest heart. There, nro lies
which do not como to light in Wall
street, or find a lodging In tho Tombs.
They nestle lu thu hocret botoni, tiiey
burrow In tho llc-'iised strategy oi mo
counting-room, they Hup In tho smooth
dialect ortho parlor. Thoonly hiifefiiinrd
of manhood Is to eschew M lies and em
brace all truth. In Heaven nro no lies
mid no liars to tell them i and to go to
Heaven from n cottage of penury is
better than to pave " innnVi way with
ill-gotten gold to rcinoiautiuit despair,
" MihsKmitii, I wish tnspe.ik to yon,
in private. IVrmlt me to take you
apart fur u few moments," Miss Smith
(who wasn't ut tdl frightened.) "i.vr
ttdiily, Mr, If you will promise to put
mo together ng.ilu."
flintle ilullnenk ntunyn lovis a Julie."- Popk.
Why was Inst year liko the fifth
year before Inst V lleiuusu one wns lfttl
and the other was 1800 two.
Why Is a percussion cap like death V
Uecau.olt Is a ic4t! o' mtlitr Idetonnlor).
In what circumstances Is u woman
that wears stays? SlraUtnrd circum
stances. 1 1 spectacles wero christened, what
classical naino would they receive?
Von ace by in (Kusehlus).
What sort of birds make cool Minv
iner pantaloons '.' Hussla ducks.
Why nro radicals nnd the negroes
like the cholera and thomnall-pox '.' He
cause there's no telling which Is worst.
What Is thu only thing that n mean
man dots not keep? His word.
When Is a young lady sweetest'.'
When sho Is vamli(c)l.
Iff argue with a man who is in a
house on tho other sitloof the street,
why can't wo ever ngree'.' Hecauae wo'
argue from different premise.
Why does a clock always look bash
ful '.' Hecatisc It keeps Its hands before
Why is n poor singer like a counter
fel;er? lltcausn lie is nil utterer of bad
Why nre policemen like the ilajs of
man V Iiecauso they nro itumbcreit.
Why is the common c lord in music,
Ij'se n portion of the Mediterranean V
Hecausoit is the K,;0,A,imd;C (lCglan
When is a defunct mother like u dog'.'
When she is a mastiff.
Why aro somu of our generals liko a
diiuclng-iiiusters toes? Hecauso they
must ho turned out.
What Lnglish word expressed tho
Latin for cold? "Jelly" does ( (7e -
When 1 observe ttceitnln part of a
pret'y girl getting into an oinnibu,
w.hy is it liko a liberal bequest? He
causo It is u handsome lj 1 sec (legacy).
Why Is wit like n Chinese lady's fool?
Hecauso brevity is the sole of it.
Why is n blacksmith liken safe steed?
Uecaii'o ono is a lioroe-slioer, and the
othur is a sure horse.
Wliy aro auctioneers ugly men? Ile-
eati-e they are alvynys for hhhUnp.
What sort of desire tinea the modern
Cupid excite V CuphWy.
What is the difference between a lsw
suit and a lawyer? Sometimes the one
Ue but the other always tetit.
What Is llatterMhan a lint? A flatter
Why is mi eclipso liko n man whip
ping Ida boy? It's a hiding of the sun.
When aro books like mummies?
When they nro.bound in cloth.
Why Is an oblivious man like a brok
er? Ho is alwaysor getting.
Why is a gracious man like a benov-
oicnt ono ? Ho Is always for gwmg.
First Cask U.nhisu tjie "Sampj.i:
Law." On Thursday last, l'eter M.
Trough, Ksq., of Berwick, was arrested
in (Ids place for u violation of the so-
callid "sample law" which prohibits
persons non-resldeuts of Luzerne coun
ty, selling goods w ithin its limits with
out taking out a license for which the
Comity Treasurer charges $300. Tho
penalty for tho violation of tho law is
S'Mi. When this infamous law wa
passed by Legislature laat winter It
caused unbounded indignation in tho
community, and It wns thought tlmt no
one could be found dirty enough lo out
rngo decency and defy popular feeling
by becoming un Informer. V. o are sor-
ly Hint to llke.s-llarro attaches the
stlgmn of harboring such an Individual.
The clicuuistaiices of tlio rase me us fol
lows : .Mr. Trough is it merchant miller
Just over tho county line In Columbia,
and bus for years sold largely at whole
sale lo merchants throughout the coun
ty. Amongst other customers was u
firm in this place, who lately went Info
bankitiptcy and are now -etlllng with
their creditors ut per cent. Mr
Ttuugli was one of the creditors when
tills firm failed. .1. L. Council, tho In
furincf was In the employ of the haul;
ruptH prior to their failure, und it is sup'
poed is n tool for them In this spite ue
Hon as he was hcnrdtosnytlr.it "Trough
was rich, mid ho would mako il."') out
of him," as balfof the lino under tin
law goes to the informer. ( hlef of l'.i-
llce Kearney look Mr. Trough into eu
tody, mid conveyed him before S L.
I'orsons, Ks(p, Iiy w hom he was held In
MOO lar ids appearance ut Comt
Mr. Trough intends to contest the
constitutionality of tho law. it is hard-
ly probable however that tho ca-e will
be tried beforo tho law Is repealed, ll
It should bo wo pity the man who will
have to appear beforo our court as u
prosecutor In such a suit. .in. I 'ninn.
The Ns.w Hahy. Wo liave hml so
many kind friends ask about that baby,
that wo have thought it necessary tij
olograph tho chap briefly, and some
what after tho current style of tho day.
It's a boy. He's a bustor. Weitfhi
nlno pounds and rt rpurtcr; an old wo
man tells us he will grow heavier as
his weight increases. Hu's the tlrst boy
of which wo'vo ever boen proprietor,
and of cour.so is tho only baby in town.
Tlie old v0intm bcfoio-inentloneil de
clared him the very imago of his pa;
"a little copy orhls faithful Mro In race
nnd gesture." Hut In Justice to tho
youth, wo must nay wo think him an
Improvement on the orlglual--a world
of progress, you know! Tills young
Ameilcan is as old us rould be expected
considering the time he was born, and
will doubtless bo too old for his father
lu n few years, If ho lias good luck. Ho
is (mite reticent In politics, rind only
wants to bo loft alone, We think ho
favors Mrs, Window's pollii' . Wo
haven't named lilm yet; wo want to
give lilm a distinguished cognomen,
but tho fame of our great men is at
present so precarious that wo don't like
to risk. It is perhaps unnecessary to
say, us all biographers iloordlstiuguisii.
rd personages', that the subject of thU
iketch was born at a very early age, of
poor but respectable parents."- Htsf
EditorA Echcolt-bov's Com
A suiiooi.iiov'h composition on "The
Kdltor" ran as follows, in a school not
fur from Cincinnati :
"Tin: Km rod. Tliofdllor is one of
the hnpplvst nnlinals in the known
world. Hu can go to the circus, after
noon and evening, without paying a
cent; al-o to Inquest, and hangings.
Ho lis fr'o tickets to pitnicsaudRtrnw
berry festivals, gets wedding cake sent
him, and Foinrtlmes gets a licking, but
not often, for he can tnko tiling back
tho next Istuj, which hogenernllydoes.
I never knew only ono editor to get
llckt. His paper busted that day, nd
ho couldn't tnko nothing back.
"While other folk have to go to bed
early, tho editor can nit up Into every
night, and sco all that's going on. The
boys think it's a big thing to hang out
till 10 o'clock. When I mn a man I
mean to bo an editor, so I can stay out
nights. Then that will bo bully. Tho
editor don't liavo to saw wood or do
any chopping, except with his scissors.
Itnilroads get, up excursions for lilm,
knowing If they didn't he'd make 'em
get up and git. In politic) he don't
care much who he goes for i I they nre
on Ids side. If they uln't hogocsfor 'em
anyhow, so it amounts to nearly the
bitnio thing. Tliero is a grout many
people trying to bo editors who can't
nnd somo of them have been In the pro
fession for years. They can't see it,
though. Ifl wnsnskcdlf I had rather
linvo a education or be n circus rider, 1
would say, let me go nnd bo an editor."
A "Giiowino" Itkm. A woman In
l)etrlt has been arrested forsmuggllng
ten in her stockings. Kxpres.
In North (.'arollun tho women carry
nails In their stockings. lhtlelgh Pro
gress. Nothing wonderful. The ladies of
Vorxytho carry calves in their stockings
And one of our ladles carries her corn
I hers. Itoino (fa., Coin.
The ladles in this section who sym-
p.ithlr.e with Andy Johnson in Ids tight
with the Itudlcals.carry V-tocs in theirs '
which are very seldom passed over i
their bends. Vincennes Sun
All thu women down our way e,irry
splendid ecties (legs.l Inthelrstockings
The ladles heruull carry 'eels (heels)
In their -.lockings, St. Joseph Vindi
Hown tills way some of them not
only carry calve? in their stockings,
but they also carry bran to fatten them
Almost all tho ladles hereabouts car
ry lUmymi's works In their stockings,
We consider this a "wA-Uoisgorl"
The ladles of Struiiton nro not very
particular whut they put in their stock
ings keeping their souls there and
are so awkward that they often "get
their foot in it." Heglster.
Uam'ino thuih Haos Ow Two
unsophisticated country lasses visited
Nlblo's, in New York, during tlio bal
let season. When the short-shlrtcd,
gosS'.'.mer-clnd nymphs made their ap
pearance on tho btago they became rest
less and lldgety.
'Oh, Annie!" exclaimed one, aotto
"Well, Mnry ?"
"It ain't nice I don't like it."
"I don't cure, It nln't nice; und I
wonder why nunt brought us to such a
"Hush, Mary, tho folks will laugh at
After ono or two flings and a plron
ette tlie blushing Mary said :
"Oh, Annie, let's go it ain't nlee.anU
I don't feel comfortable."
"Do hush, Mary," replied thu sister.
who-e face was scarlet, though it wore
an ulrof determination : "it's tho tlrst
time I ever was at a theater, and 1 blip'
posu it w III bo the last; so I am Just go
ing to see It out, If they danceevery rag
off Iheir backs !"
Tiiai.'h Ml!, -We heard a good story
of a "pert" youug-ler, who-e existence
on this portion of the moral vineyard
would extend over the period of live
lung, long years, Ills mother expecting
to lecolve compauy, hail fixed him up
so sweetly, arranging his hair mid id l In-
only as a mother can. As usoitnf u
finishing touch, she sprinkled on Ids
clothing and handkerchief n few drops
of Jockey Club, greatly to tho youu
ster's delight. He went around ptifllng
and snulllng like a wild deer, when tlie
hunter approaches him. Hr went
through tho regular amount of kissing
and petting like a hero, but to hlsitstou-,
Ishnient, no one seemed to notice the
JockyClub, though lie waved Iilsliatul-
kerchief tint their noses might catch
thu frngrmice. Human nature, live'
years old, couldn't stand that, you
know, so ho broke out with! " rolks,
if any of you folks smellsusmell, that's
TltK finest Idea of a thunder storm
extant was when our old friend Uilley
eamo homo tight. Now Gllley bejong
ed to a temperance society, mid had
been to temperance meeting, alter
which he drank too much lemonade or
something. He ciifiiu, (uto thu room
whore IiU wife and daughter were Mt
ting, und just then ho tumbled over the
cradle and fell, whop on the floor. Af
ter a little he rosy und. said i
" Wife, are you hurt?"
" No," was tho short reply,
"Girls, are you hurt;"
"Terrible clap, wasn't it?"
A Nevada widow crtetcdti tomb
Mono and planted rosebuds upon the
btipposed gravo of Iter husband, only to
have the ungrateful man turn up alive
from the other side of tho mountain
Just In tlruo to spoil u particularly ud
vnntngeous marriage for which she had
engaged herself, Perhaps tlie gravo
was dug so deep that hu fell through
In a late letter from Constniillnople,
Mark Twain says:
If you want dwarfs' I mean Jut it
fow dwarfs curiosity go to Oclioa. If
you wnnt to buy them by the gross,
for retail, go to Milan. There aro plen
ty of dwarfs ail over Italy, but It did
nut rccm to me that In Milan the crop
was luxuriant. If you would sco a fair'
average style of assorted cripples, go to
Naples, or travel through tho Iloinnn
States. Hut if you would sco the very
heart and home of cripples nnd human
monsters,go straight to Constantinople.
A beggar In Naples who can show' u
foot that has run lu one horrible toe,
with one shapeless null on It, bus got a
good thing; but such an exhibition
wouldn't stnml any chance in Conitan
tinople. The man would starve Who
would pay any attention to attractions
liko his among the rare monsters Hint
throng the bridges of the Golden Horn
and display their deformities in tho
gutters of Stamboul? O, wretched Im
postor! How could lie stand against
the three legged women, and tho man
with Ids eyo in Ids check? How
would ho blush in thoprt-xcnca ofu man
with his lingers on his elbow? Where
would ho hide himself when tho dwarf
with seven lingers on each hand, no
upper lip, and his under-Jaw gone,
came down In Ids majesty? Illsmlllali!
Tho cripples orKuropo are n fraud and
delusion. Tho truly gifted Sourish on
ly In the by-ways of I'era Stamboul.
There the three-legged woman lies on
tlio bridge, with her stock in trade so
disposed of as to command the most
striking effect ono natural log, and
two long, slender, twisted ones, with
feet on them, like somebody elso's fore
arm. Then there was a man further
along who had no eyes, ami whoso face
wns the color of a fly-blown beefsteak,
and wrinkled and twisted like a lava
(low and vcrliy so tumbled und dis
torted where his features that no man
could tell tho wart that served him for
n nose from his cheek bones. In Stunt
lioul wns a man with a prodlglouVhcnd
and uncommonly long body, legs eight
inches long, mid feet like cradle rockers
He traveled on tho.se feet and his linnds
mid was its swny-baeked as If thoColos-
mis of llhodes had been riding him.
Ah, I tell you, a beggar has to have ex
ceedingly good points to mako a living
in Constantinople. A blue-faced man
that had nothing to offer, except that
ho had been blown up in a mine, would
bo regarded as a rank impostor, and a
niero damaged soldier on crutches
would not imiko n cent It would piy
lilm to have a piece of his head takon
off nnd cultivate a wen liken carpet
toncwall Jackson's Orders Obeyed.
HuritNO tlio Euniiimr campaign of 'OJ
when Genera! Jackson was preparing
for his famous flank movement on M'-
Clellnn's army, nnd wishing every
ono to ha kept In ignorance in to ids in
tentions, lie issued orders to his man
that in answer to all Inquiries made
thorn they must reply that they knew
nothing of their General's designs.
When on the march near Staunton, thn
old chief wns passing through a field ;
there hornet with two soldier from tint
th Texas regiment making their way
to n very tempting looking cherry tmi,
"Whero aro you going'."'
"Wo don't know."
"What nro ynu going alter?"
"Wo don't know."
"What regiment do you belong to?"
"We don't know."
"What State are you from ?"
"We don't know. Stonewall Jackson
has given ua orders that in answer to
all questions wo aro to ay, 'wo don't
Jnckson wns silenced. His men were
acting In strict obedience to Ida orders.
Hu could sny nothing more to them.und
ho let them to enjoy their cherries un
molested. Southern Opinion.
Tin: Dl'tciiman's Thick. Whllo a
Dutchman was passing thiouglia city
in Vermont, a Yankee came up to him
and said, "Shon, if you treat to the
elder I will h arn you a trick." Shon
agreed. Yank then placed his hand
ngnliist a f'euce and told him to strike il
ns hard as ho could. Shon, not- think
ing Hint any harm could befall lilm by
doing so, struck a blacksmith's blow,
Imt instead of hitting Yank's hand, the
hitter Jerking It nway, poor Shon struck
' tho fence board, knocking it off. ".Mein
(Jott In Hlmmel!" cried Slum, "what
you make follish ? 1 knocks my Itund
off clean up de elbow! Oh, soekur
blitz I mine poor fniu, what "will she
I'oor Shon was bound to huvu re
vengo ; so one day as lie wns a passing
through a field, he espied a man. Go
ing up to lilm lie said! "Mynheer, 1.
show you one littlo trick for nodding."
s tliero wns no funco or tree near,
Shon put Ids hnnd against Ids mouth
und said: "Strlko yustso hard us you
can." Mynheer struck, nnd Shon pull
ed away his hand and received the blow
un hss mouth, and was knocked down.
Shon Jumped up, his mouth bleeding,
and commenced dancing with pain.
Shcrusalom t I goes buck to Holland
on tho firstlraln !" ,'
A LAUQitAiiLi; occurrence took plaen
somu time since ut a squing circle in
Slnelearvillo, Chmitan(iua county N. Y.
'Little Charley," a four year old wit
lamenting bis inability ta attend u cir
cus, then In town, ami said to it maiden
lady present (of very dignilled bearing l
Hint ho wanted to beo tlio monkey, The
lady tried to console him.
"Noyor mind," h1o said Jokingly,
"look at me, l look hoiiiii liko one."
"Y'cs,"balU Cliurloy, "but you have
no hair on your back."
"Well, but I have on my head," ro.
"Well, but you hnvo no. paws."
"No matter, Cliurloy, my hands urtt
about as black to-duy."
"Well, anyhow; you have no tall I"
Tlds was m poser, and put tho nuta
tion at rest.
Tlie FrcUoula Jili-trtUer Is responsi
ble for the above,