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f BLlSHED EVERY FRIDAY JI0RNINQ
lt COLUMBIAN hVlLDIHQ KEAltTUE COURT
3HARLES B. BROCKWAY,
Editor and Proprietor.
bs-Tvro Collars Tear, p ayallo In Advices,
I OIKOULATION BGOO.
ll descriptions executed with neatness nnd
UlSllMieil 111. (L'muuiiuiu
STOVKS AND TINWARE.
EM, liui 'Ji.ii emr in biuvfb tinware, uu
fieri uiock, iuuiu ni. west 01 .iiarKct vinu
Iron MKTZ, denier lu Moves nnd tinware
Bain fiicei,u.uovo couu uousc. vinu
Ivm LOWENBlCIlfl. MprelmnlTnllnr. Mnln
It,, Sd door nbovo American House. vl-M3
MORRIS. Merchant Tailor nnd Auenl Inr
Eiid Now Perham Sewlne: Machine, pnrnrrnf
rc ami Main Ft., over Miner's store. V3-U33
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac.
p, LUTZ, Druggist and Apothecary. Main it.,
below the Post Office. vl-tH J
BYER nilOS., Druggists and Apothecaries,
rower's block Main Bt. vl-nid
CLOCKS, WATCHES, AO.
r. d- "J, f . , v,uulil, viticnes anil
ewclry, Mam Bt Just below tho American
ht TIEItNUARD. Watch nnd Clock mjhr
Ear southeast corner Main and Iron sts.vl-43
ITtlW null ,..:.., n nitui-n. Qpettueien
Iwelry 4c, Main Street near Went si. V3-U15
L,nwnrinmwnvn Yir...i a ..... .
LA i "i""1 1 "uicii imu i;iock flatter, mar
ket itreet, below Main, vl-nU
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I, miu v iuhjip uuu nuuciuituvr, wmru
treet, rear of Hobblns & Kyor's more. vl-n43
telowllartman's store, wcBt of Market, vl-43
s'RY KT.EIM. Manufacturer and dealer In
foots nnd Bhoes, Groceries, etc., Main slruet.
I cioomsuurg. vimiij
ibovo tho Court llousc. ' vl-ni'J
TT n TICWTM (lumnnn Tionfiet Mnln c
Wl r TM'TlIi'Tr UiiMoni. nt,l f It i li I n
bckango UIockOYcr Wcblj'a bookstore v3-uijj
L B. F. KINNEY. Burceon Dentist. Teeth
Etmcted without pain: Main &t.t nearly op-
0 r.iiacuiiui vuuruu, Yl-UiU
HI, IKELEU, Attorney-nt-Law, OlHco. 2d
b. nARKLEV. AttnrMPV-nt..T.jiw. run
Boor In Lxcbange Ulock, near tho "lSxchnnue
I Unl't'l vv r y a. . ..
lorlliUclo Main St., below Market. vlnl'j
,j,vnt,ii. ,.i, y.,nuii;t"il lluu 1 Iiysician
bath sldo Main street, below Market, vl-nw
. I1UTTEH. M. D. Surcenn nn,l 1'hvellon
arket street, nbove Main. vl-nl3
L KOBISON. Attorncv.at.T.HW- nfflco irnpf.
Ban's building, Main street. v2-n20
ILLINERY & FANCY GOODS.
jlaiiu ijiineuj'Ul vliurcn, itluin si, vinu
f ussi i uaj;ki.l;v, Milliner, Itnmsey
, V. WMn, Fancy Goods, Notions,
Aji3,uuoiiiuiii-r , i'cnansoilOCK,liain
b M. DEIIUICKHON, Millinery and Fane
lh. E. KLINE. Mllltnerv and tancv HnnrlS.
m street below Market. vl-nl'i
I.JULIA A. A BADE BA11KI.EV. Ijiilli.'
oaks and Dress l'nucruj, southeast corner
iiuu ntdtnia. VlUli
t JlIhHliM ltAIlAIArf Alllllnerv nnd l.'nniMr
ln, Main st.,bclow American House, vlnfl
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
IIIIL'AN HOUSE, by John Lencock. Slain
reet,vrest of Iron street. vl-ull
jl'MBIA nOTEL, by B. Btchutr, Mnln s
rj.o vuui v ituugu, VJ11
IKS HOTEL, by T. Bent. Tavlor. cast nd
I VI -1 J
ACOCK. OvSTprnntl i?ntlnrunlnn A m.bI.
kn House. Main St.. Baltzer Lennnclf untiprln.
pilER A JACOBY, Confectionery. Bakery
MOvuer Saloon, wholesale uud retail. Ex
tee Block, Main street. vl-n
IEUCHANTS AND GROCERS.
pit corner Main and Iron sts, 1 vl-n!3
t,if.E?,nRLT?tdealer " -y aoods, aro-
Eumi T00 Blloel,i comer Main and
. BECrti.r.v ov.
fttationery, Main St., below Market. vl-nM
!Cbe?owSronCtl0nCrr' sroccrle" oto--Wnln
lESDENHAr.T. o..i.... .....
lckrni?HI'1"nber' comer of Main street and
r'c""e ad retail. Exchange Block, vl-n ti
EuSPm E' IIai""nl Caps, Boots nndShoes,
run St., above fe'ourt House. vl-nll
Lffiffi'' DiX, Ooods, Orocerlcs, etc.. cor
fr Mala t. and Court Ilouse olley. vl-nU
iBINSArvfi . ...
rle it V .""".'n ilry "ooas, uro
etc., cor. Main und Centre sts. vl-u
1 OJllTnN. nrr. !.. .. x. .. ..
E!!low'jIarkoi.'" " ltov""uu"Vl.n,l
kfY?lClr.ocef1C8 ",'!d Ocncral Merchan
f . Main st above- West. vi.ji
l"Vy NEAL A CO., dealers In Drv Goods
I'unIwJre Flonr" tfl?, Bhbcs'
t"i etc., Excliange Block. Malnst. vl-nti
liu!mi!i,lV.!,,l1)Le.-W.orl!S- one door below
LZ ''" niivei. Vl.nu
ii&'iili1? i-UWUUH to., manufnctii:
gay"' nuj wiiue
S-RLMAN! Huddle, Trunk i Harness.
Bblvo's Illocu Main Street. vsniJ
,Ronnivan. ... . .
1 jutn corner Main and Iron sts. vJ-nu
..ufctb uiucn, Aialu fit. vl-43
'ick0?!?! I'urnlturo Rooms, three story
"hi fetrcet, west of Market st. viuf)
C.l'botographer, over Itobblns
ly" otore, Main st. vl-U
fclliffit'1lcrln Meat, Tallow, etc., Chein-
"uey.icar of American House, vlutl
l'rtIn.?,0N C0- mutual nnd cash
I'MobtrS.""10 companlts.Browcrs Build-K-rte1,
-"Uly nilej; B?8, BrC'cn Wtera brush
trLlSckCu-',V'll?.l,U' FMt lllTOra
- - V" MV, tlVUt VtUAI
- mwq miq repaired,
P, Rrvn nTT"
I u'G.w,Corell' furniture rooms
BT-- ruuu. Ti-nte
- - vi.nti
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VOLUME IV ---NO 21.
1 A E. W. COLEMAN, Merchant Tallorsand
A. (Join's furnishing goods, Main Bt., next door
to tho Brick Uotol. vl-iii7
Ail. HERRING ft BROTHHR.CnrpontcrR an.
, Builders, Moin St., below l'lno, vl-nl
ROWER A HEIIUINO, dealer In Dry Goods,
elrnpprlp. l.iimhpi ..ml .p,.pnt f..i.....ti...
BI'JCK J!,9?EIi and refreshment fialoon, by
Itohr M'llcury cor.of Main and Pino st.,vl-n ft
DR. O. A. MEaARGEL.riryslcInn nnd Burgeon,
Main St., next door to Good's Hotel vl-nti
DAVID HERRING Tlour and Qrlst Mill, nnd
Dealer In grain, Mill Btrool. vin!7
HIT. AC. KELCHNEn, Dlaclumlti.,, on Mill
. Btrcet, near line. vl-n)7
TAMIM D. ItAUMAN, Cabinet Malio: and Un
o dortaker. Main 8U, below l'lno. vl-ul
JM. HAltMAN, fiaildlo nnd Harness maker,
. Main St., oppslto Frame Church. V2nll
IOHN FltYMntE, Saddle and Harness maker,
H Main t., above tho Hwau Hotel, vl-nrf
SCHUYLEIt A LOW, Iron founners.Machlnlsts,
and Manufnctuiers of plows, Mill bt. vl-u
MILEB A. WILLIAMS ACo,,'rnnncrsand Man
ufacturers of leather, Mill Btreot. V1-UI7
SAMUEL BIIAUPLES8, Maker of thcllayhursl
Grain Cradle. Main Bt. v2u5.
WILLIAM DELONO Shoemaker anrt manufar,
IT turcr of llrlck, Mill Ht., west of 1', no vln
B F. DALLMAN. Merchant Tailor, Second St
. Itobblns' Building. v2-nl!
Dy-J,K:I,noPD,IN8t.Bnr8on and l'liyslclan
Second St., below Main. v2-n!8
GIILI1EIIT A KLINE, dry goods, groceries, and
t general merchandise, Main Street v2-nl2
J II. KISTLEK, "Cattnwlssa nonse," North
, Corner Main and Second Streets. v2nis
LKEILEH, Blllard Bnlonn, Oysters, and Ico
. Cream In season Main Bt. v2n!2
. Dry Goods, Groceries &o, v2-nl8
qUSClUEHANNA or Drlck Hotel. S. Kostcn
O bander l'roprlctor.south-cabtcorucrMainnni!
CI I). ItlNAItD. dpnlnr In Hlnv.u nn.l rin.,n.
O. Main Btrect. v2nl:!
WM. It. ABBOTT, Attorney at law, Main St.
HP. OMAN A Co., Wheelwrights, flrst door
, abovo School House. vlnlu
JOHN A. OMAN, Manufacturer and denier In
Boots and Shoes, vltHO
J JA7..,EISEn" M- D- Surgeon nnd rhyslcian
OlHco at Keller's Hotel. v2nS
PETER ENT. dealer In Dry Goods Groceries,
Hour, Feed.Bnlt, Fish, Iron, Nolls, etc.Maln
RS.ENT, dealer In Stoves and Tin ware In
all Its branches. vlulO
BF. REIGHAUD.A BRO.,dealer in Drj' Goods,
Groceries, nnd general Merchandise v2nll
KTT51 LOURING MILLS, CS.Fowlcr,
Hi l'roprletor. ' v2nl(S
J 2' WEUKIIEISEU, Boot nnd Shoo Store nnd
I,.f!!a.I!uric.tory,...?,"P on iIalu Street of.
poslto tho Steam Mill. V2iil
rP EDG Alt, Susquehanna IMauliigMlll nnd
J. Box Manufactory. V2ull
Til O.A W.n. SHOEMAKEn, dealers In dry
ill. goods, groceries and general merchandise,
r lrst store in south end of town. v2-nlt
jy M. L'VELLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ashland, Schuylkill County l'a.
Q W. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
nfflKa HniiTt linn.. Alta.
W...V.. u . . .vud. unun 111U ,U1,UA-
TJIAN OfQco. Bounties. Hnrk-Viiv nnrl Ppnulnua
collected. Bloomsburg I"n. Bep.2U'd7
JOBERT F. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofllco Main Strent liplhw ttm nnnrt lrnii.n
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Olllce Court-IIouse Allpv. hplnw thn PnT.irxr.
UIAN omce, Bloomsburg l'a.
Q B. BROCKWAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IILOOUSIIURO, I'A. '
43 OfFICE Court House. Allev. in llin Co.
lumuian building. Jaui,'C7.
ould announce to the citizens of Blooms-
uri2 and vlclnltv. that ho has lust received a lull
aud complete assortment of
WALL TAPER, WINDOW SHADES,
FIXTUJIEH, COliDH, TASSELS,
and fll other goods in ills line of buslucbs. All
tho newest and most nppioved pntterns of tho
day uro ulways to be found In his establishment.
lunr.S.'lU-u Main St. below Market.
J B. PURSEL,
JlAUrsiiiB, MAUDI.E, AND TRUNK
and dealer in
CARPET-BAGS, VALISES, FLY-NETS,
hukfalo nonts, horsimilanketh Ac,
which lie feels confident he can sell at lower
rate than any other person In tho county, Ex
amine for yourselves.
rauup iniru uoor oeiow mo court House, Main
street, Hloomsburg, l'a.
"ui, li Ul,
g E N T F R E E 1
H. O'KEEFE, SON A CO.'H
And oums to tho
FLOWER nnd VEGETABLE
Garden, For 1870.
Published In January. Every lover of flowers
Wlshllli! this lipw unil vnlniiht wnrli-. lrp nt
charge, should address Immediately M. O'Ktcfe,
Son A Co., Ellwanger I llarry'a lllockltocliener,
N. Y Dec. aiiU-Cm
i I M P L E S.
The uuerslgned w 11 cheerfully mall (ritac) to
all who wish H tho Recipe aud full directions
or pieparlng and using a simple and Beautlhit
yegctttble Balm, thut will Immediately removo
"Ian, Freckles, l'lmples, Blotches, and ull erup
tions aud Impurities ofthobkln.leavlngthesamo
sort, clear, smooth and beautiful.
Hp will also send (mtx) Instructions: for pro
duclng.by veryslmplomenns.alusurlant growth
of liBlronubaldheadorsmoutli facolu less than
tuiriy aays irom tirst application.
The atove canbeobtaluetl by return mall by
nddrcssltig TIIOS.F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
1'. 0. Box 612S, m Broadway, New Y'okr.
pOWDER KEGS AND LUMBER.
W. M. MONUOE A CO.,
vnd dealers In all kinds of
Live notloe that they are prepared to acocmodat
heir custom with tuipiUh. and on tlt chtce
aT Nonnt TitittD Stbeet,
R. D. CUMMINGS, rnorRiKTon.
Wholc6nlo Grocers, nnd Dealers In
SALTPETRE AND BRIMSTONE
No 215 North Third St.
c. ii. iiortNE. w.s. kino, j.n. SEYimnt,
JJORNE, KING & SEYBERT,
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
No. 121 Market Street
Orders filled promptly nt lowest prices.
January 3, ISO'.
JJ W. RANK'S
WHOLESALE TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND
No. 110 North Third Street.
Between Cherry and Race, wostslde.
Lato Walter A ICaub,
Importer and Dealer In
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE,
No. 231 N. Third Street,
BARNES, BRO. & IIERRON,
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS A FURS,
No. 101 Market Street,
fOHN STROUP A CO.,
Successors to Stronp A Biothcr,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FI6H.
). 21 North Wharves nnd 25 North Third St
JICHARDSON L. WRIGHT, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 123 SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
gNXDER, HARRIS & BASSETT,
isianuracturcrs nnd Jobbers of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Nos. 525 Market, and 5i! Commerce Street.
THOMAS OA It SON A . C.
DEALERS IN HOSIERY,
-MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
LINENS A NOTIONS
NO. 18 2COUT1I FOUItTII STREET
"AINWRIGIIT & CO.,
N. E. Comer Second nnd Arch Streets,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
RICE, BriCES, DI CARB fcODA, 40., AC.
-Ordcrs will receive prompt attention,
HaVlUL? Intplv TIHl-plinKPfl nti,l Atl.,1 .1..
well-known Roblson Hotel Property, located a
I'EW DOORS AliOVE THE COURT HOUSE,
on thosnmosldoof tho street. In tho town of
Itloonihhurt" mill linvlni. nhtitlt.o.l n n;r. ..i
thobamoiuTb, v" " ,ur
HOTEL AND RESTARANT,
tho Proprietor lmsdetermlned to give to tho peo
pie visiting tho town on buslnessor pleasure,
A LITTLE MORE ROOM.
Ills Stabllni? nlf,o is pxtpnnU.p a.ul
to put buggies and cnrringcB In tho dry. Ho
promises that everything about his establish
ment shall bo conducted lu an orderly aud law
ful manner: nml bn wKnpptmiii.
of tho publlo palrouagc. tmyl7'07-tf
HE ESPY HOTEL.
ESPY', COLUMBIA COUNTY,
The UUdcrslimcd would Infnrm llial.av.1tln.
nubile that he has taken the above named estab
lishment and thnrnuirhlv- rpHttp.1 flip cn.p
the perfect convenience of hlsguests. His larder
Will be StOCkeil With ttm lipwt tlip tnn.lr.t nft'..-.l
Tho choicest liquors, wines and cigars always to
.,,, WILLIAM PETTIT.
Apr.23,(-tf Espy, Pa.
ORANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
ROIIR M'HENRY, Proprietor.
Tills Well known llouso. hnvfnc Iippd nut. In
thoroiifih repair, Is now upen to the travelling
publlo. Tho bar is htotkid with the choicest
iquorsumiclr.ur-siuumie tablu will be, at all
imCB.fiUimlied With tho ih llninlrw nf llin KOnuniL
No rami will be fcpnixd to Jiibi.ro the comfort of
uraiicvuie, uee. lu. uu-ii.
O K JC S IIO T U L,
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tho iindrrRkMiofl hns tnkpn thin well lennwn
House, lately occupied by Cleort;o W. M auger,
niul has put It in thorough repair with entirely
new lu culture, le. Every attention Will bo paid
to tho comfort and convenience of guests, Tho
bar ahvais tupplled with tho best of liquors and
cigars. T, BLNT.TAYLOH
WILLIAM BUTLKB, IMoprlctor,
This lloue lmvlntrhoni nnt In thnrnnph lftuilr
Is now open for tho nccptlon of guests, No
pains will bo spared to eiiM.ro tho perfect com
iort of tho traelers. Tno Troprietor solicits n
share of publlo patronage, Tho bar will be
iui-Kt-u nt un units wiiii line liquors ami cigars.
I1IUI 11 iVUt
W. F. PIATT, Proprietor,
BENTON, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tilts Well known Ifnusn hnvlnf lippn nut. In
thorough repair is now open lor tho reception of
visitors. No pains hnvo been spared to ensuro
tho perfect comfort of nut Ms, The pmprletor
also mus a Stage ft om tho Hotel to Bloomsburg
and lutermcdlirto points on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of welt celt. iuurO'7U-tf
AGENTS WANTED FOR
PROSPECTUS T FREE I
I RLE iJYRIOS
A MASTERLY VERSIFICATION OF THE
bUULIME POETRY OF THE BIBLE.
BO pronounced by leading clergymen and lay
lucn of all denominations. Universally admired
and highly esteemed both for Its great lnlrlnslo
merit and mechanical finish. Abeautirul Pros-
eeiu, n oiu a new una original design, showing
ho Ulllerent styles nf liln.llni-. i.tp.. rpnt. nhm.
'liletu I'nV.V.tn nil n,-ppnt..,l oa i,,.,,,J.n,i . LO...
I'le f WJr.y desired, at 20 per tent, leu than the
WllOLEHALl! I'llll'H l iplimti Tprrllnrir
aud the Most Liberal Teiins. Forluli particulars,
C. F. VENT, Publisher,
ntajO'70-tf 3 Barclay St. New York.
II C. HOWEIt, DENTIST,
Ilospectfully otTers his professional services to
tho ladles uud gentlemen of lilooxusburff and vl
clnlty Ho la prepared to attend touUtue varl
oiu operations lu the Hue of his profession, and
i luuviuuu wmi ma iMicaii iiuiiiuvvu l uuuKLAin
Tkktu wlilcli will bo Inserted ou cold plating,
sliver aud rubber base to look as well as the nat
ural teeth. Teeth extracted bv all the new unrf
moat approved methods, and ull operations ou
the teeth carefullvand nroneilv attended to.
iiesiuenco aua omce a lew uoor aoove in
Court House, same aide.
Written for Tin Columbian.
Freedom of Consolonoo.
Tho right to worsh lp, God has given,
And to this duty binds tho soul,
Consistent Is tho rulo of Hoaven,
And, therefore, claims supreme control.
Wo owo to Him supremo devotion,
'Look unto mo," Is tho command,
"Aud worship with sincere emotion"
But docs not nny form demand.
Then why should man oppress his brother
When God has loft tho conscience free?
Why should ono persocuto another.
And tako away his liberty
Why say "stand off, keep at a dlstanc o,
For 1 am holler than thou?"
Why oner to Ills tilth rcslstanco,
Because to yours ho cannot bo w?
Vain runn, why do you Judgo your brother s
Has ho not rights as well as you j
Why will you still his consclenco bother?
And yet no bettor lite can show.
God inado him, hnvo wo not ono Father?
If Ho Is pleased to own Ills son,
Why not submit and own hlra rather
Christ's crvant.tthough u weaker one?
Wo cannot always sco together.
Though both bo looking in the light,
It may bo, sometimes, that we neither
Juclgo truly of the wrong and right.
Let Charily to all be given,
And let this rulo to all belong.
Tho faith that leads ns on to Heaven,
Thni faith, 'tis certain, can't bo wrong.
11V OKOUOE D. PRENTICE.
Tho signal from tho distant strand
Streams o'er tho waters bluo
It bids me press thy parting hand,
And breatho my last adieu ;
But oft on Fancy'Sjglowlng wing
My heart will lovo to stray,
And still to thco with rapture spring
Though I am fir away.
With thco I've waudeicd oil to hear,
Ou Summer's quiet oves,
Tho wild bird's music, soft and clear,
Borno through tho whispering loaves;
Or see tho moon's Lrlght shadow laid
Upon tho wavclcss bay,
Those eves their memory cannot fade,
Though I am far away.
My llfo may fee l Hope's withering blight,
Y'et fancy's learfulcyo
Will turn to tlie-o-tho dearest light
In retrospection's sky;
And still tho memory of our love,
Willi o llfo was young nnd gay, .
Will sweotly o'er my spirit move,
Though I am far away.
'TIs hard, when Spring's first flower expands,
To pass It coldly by,
Or seo upon tho desert sands
Tho gem unheeded lie;
Thogcutlo thoughts that bless tho hours
Of lovo can no'cr decay.
And thou wilt livo in memory's bowers,
Though I am fur away.
The Sun has sunk, with fading gleam,
Down evening's shadowy vale,
But sec his soltcncd glories stream
From yonder crescent pale;
And tbusairectlonschostcned light
Will memory still display,
To gild tho gloom of sonow's night,
Though I am far nwny.
LANGUAGE OF FLO WEES.
"Gather a wreath from the garden-bowers
And tell tho wish of thy heart In flowers."
Flowers, from tho earliest ages, have boen as
sociated with the ten der sentiments of the heart
and thus have often been the means of telling
tho tolo which w ords daro not speak. They too
liavo been n source of poetic Inspiration, and
poesy of nil ages has found Images of Joy nnd
"In tho bright consummate flower."
"Flowers aro the hrlghtost things which earth
On her broad bosom loves to cherish ;
Gay they appear ns children's mirth,
Llko fading dreams of hopo they perish.
By them tho lovor tells his tale ;
They can his hopes, his fears express ;
Tho maid, when looks or words woultl fall.
Can thus a kind return confess.
Then la3y, let the wreath we bring
For thee a wreath of beauty twine,
And as tho blossoms deck the spring,
So every tender wish bo thine."
Acacia Concealed love.
Acacln Rose Friendship.
Adonis Vernalls Sorrowlul remembrance
AgnuH-uaslus Coldness; to live without
....Consumed by love.
....Worth beyond benuty.
Asnuu Tree Lamentation.
Bachelor's Button Hopo In lovo.
Balm of Ollead
I change but lu dying
Bell Flower ..
luuu J.uy ..
f eminine beauty
Canterbury Bell Giutltudo
Capo Jakmlno Gardenia. Transport; Ecstacy
Cardinal Flower.... Distinction
Carnation, Yellow, Disdain
Cedar I lite fur thee
Cedar of Lebanon Incorruptlblo
Cherrv.Trce Good ediipntlnti
China Asto I will think of It
China rink Aversion
Cliry6authemuiu, Rolo...I lovo
Clnnuefull Beloved child
lcealinll tmrlmip vnn
Resolved to wlu
Convolvulus, Major Dead hopo
;ouvuivuius, minor unceiiaiuty; lllcllt
'orchorus Impatience of absence
Cowslip, American You are my divinity
Crown Imperial Majesty
Currauts ...You please me
ejypress aim iariguiu,...uespa!r
Dahlia Forever thine mcnls
llalsv. Garden. I rjartuke vmtr upntt.
Daisy, Red Beauty unknown topos-
.'may, ..line.... luiiucvuce ise'ssor
Daisy, Wild I will think of It
Dead Leaves ...Badness
Dogwood, Flow eriug (fortius) lam Indifferent to
Ebony..- Hypocrisy (you
Llm, American ,
.-.Never ceasing remom.
.. leel your kindness
j iiueii..M.t... .
-The ambition of my lore
.Tunte.Ithui plagues Itself
..Y our hand Ut next dance
r ustuia, ucariei...
FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1870.
Geranium. Nutmear T nvnppt n MAA.t..
J'"?"!"'"' 0aJ Lndv, deign to smllo
Geranium, Rose.,.. Preerouco
Geranium, Bivor Leal... Recall
(llllyllowcr. Lnstlug beauty
(ioldcn Rod Encourngemont
Guelder Roso (Siiowball)Winter
"'"IK" t-nxo-,-: Think of me
J ?.',' " hM0-1 "f Pl You occupy my thoughts
n "-oie I love you Dovotion.
Jjo , v a Foresight
Ho) yhock..... Fmltlulncss
Hollyhock, While Female ambition
Honeysuckle...., ..Ilondol lovo
Iloncysuck e, Cpi :t Tho color of my fato
Honeysuckle, MouiUIy.l will not answer hastily
1 torso-Chestnut... Luxury
ir2S.e;?e-S-.V-.V Domestic economy
Hoya (Wax Plant).... Sculpture
Hync nth...... Jealousy
!lyac "f ' i!luov ...Constancy
Hynclnth, Purple Sorrow
Ico-Plaut Your looks frccr.6 mo
Iris, German Flame
ivy....... Friendship; Matrimony
Jcssnm no. Cope Tronslcntjoy ",mauy
.Jessamlno, White Amiability
Jessamine, Yellow Grace; Eleganco
iWlLzzrSSSS rclur" or lovo
!'al!urmi,';; Pensive beauty
Jjidlcs' Slipper Oiprlelous beauty
Jjigerstra-mea (Capo Myrtle) Eloquence
Lauresllnus .'. 1 dlo If neglected
Iicmou Blossom.. Dlscretian
First emotion of lovo
1 ou in
' K r tho Valley Return of happiness
' ly. Day Coquetry
H y. Water Eloquence
. yl "S' Falsehood
' Jnilen Tree Conjugal lovo
J.lvo Oak Liberty
Sl'Tiii: fc.vo !,cy'"l " grave
tee i!ln'"'3.r.You puzzle me
Lovo lies Bleeding Hopeless, not h
Mnguo a, Chinese... Love of nature
Magnol a, Grandiilora...Pecrless aud proud
Magnolia, Swamp lersoveranco
fjj low; Hweetness; Jllldness
i!nMgol,J.' A,rrli:an Vulgar minded
Mar gold, French Jealousy
Marvel or l'cru (Four o'clocks) Timidity
Mcai ow-Saflron My best days aro gono
Meadow Sweet Uselcssness 8
gnone le Y'onrqunlitles surpass
M liiosn. Hpnslttvenes f your
M i't.V ..Vlrlno j charms
xtJf'f'S Vi--; Isurmouhtalldtfflcultlcs
Mock Ornnio (SyrlngaJ-Countcrrelt
ijoss Maternal lovo
'Motherwort..... Secret lovo
Mourning Bride (Scabeous) Unfortunate nttach
Mouse ear Chickweei,....Slmnllc.ty ment
S u berry. B ack r wl,l not survive
-du heriy, White. Wisdom
JIulleIn Uomi nature
Mushroom .. Suspicion
Mllh ard Scci1 Indlffercnco
SfiflOvv Cruelty; Slander
N ght-bloomlng Cereus.Translenl beauty
Olive Branch Peace
Gringo Flower, Chastity
ansy. Think of mo
I are ley..... EntcrtalnmontjFeastlng
:,"sg""' 1'iuus r.e'ai: aruor
t ea...... Appointed meeting
Pea, Everlasting Wilt thou go with me
co with mo
...This heart Is thluo
..Our souls aro united
...You nro perfect
i cacu ijiossoli.,..
Pear 'iree ,
l uio aticctton
l'ink, Clovo Dlenlty
Pink, Doublo Red Pu7o, ardent love
Pink. Indian av.,1,ia,
Pink, Mountain .You uro aspiring
Pink, arlegatcd Refusal
You nro fair.
Pleurisy rcot(Abckplr.s)Cure for heartache
Plum Tree Keep your promises
Plum Tree, wild Independence
Pop ar, Black Cottrago
Poplar, White Tliuo
Poppy Consolation of sleep
Poppy, White Hlcep of tho henrt
Pomegrnuato Flove. Eleganco
Prido of China (Mcila)...l)lsseuslon
Primrose.... Karly youth
Prlmroso, Eveulut, Inconstancy
Ragged Robin (Lyclmls)Wlt
Ranunculus Y'ou'ra radlaut with
Reeds Music charms
Rose, Bridal Happy love
Rose, Burgundy. Unconscious beauty
Rose, Cabbage Ambassador of love
Roso, Campion only deserve my lovo
Rose, Carolina Lovo Is dangerous
Rose. China Grace
Rose, Dally That smllo I will aspire
lion?, iiuiiiaHic r resnness (to
nuau, i,u(j i-ieitsuro uuu puiu
Rose, Hundred-leaved ...Prido
Roso, Moss. Superior merit
Roso, Moss Rosebui' Confession of lovo
Roso, Multlilora .....Grace
Rose, Musk cluste. Charming
Itoo, Bwectbr'f r Sympathy
Roso, Tea Always lovely
Rose, White. I am worthy of you
Rose, White, wltherc ...Transient Impression
Rose, Wild simplicity
Rose, Y'ellow Decrcao of lovo
Hose, York Jc Ijiucastei'.War
Roses. Garland oi Reward of virtue
Rosebud Young girl (not lovo
I'.oseund. White The heart that lenows
Rosemary.. Your presence revives
Rue Disdain mo
Ballrou , Excess is dangerous
Scabeous, Mourning Bride Widowhood
Sensitive Plant - ..Timidity
Snowball. Thoughts of heaven
Snowdrop .. cousoiutfon
Boirel Wit HI timed
Spearmint . Warm feelings
star of Bethlehem Reconciliation
Staruort. American Welcome to a stranger
St. John's Wort (Hypericum) superstition
Stock, Ten Week I'romntltudo
Strawberry Perfect excellence
Strawberry Tree (Arbutls) Esteem and love
Suhllower, Dwarf. our devout adorer
Sunilower, Tall Prldo
Sweet William Fluesso
TauBy I declare against you
'thorn, Apple Deceitful charms
Thorn. Rlac'c. Difficulty
Tiger Flower. For once may pride be-
Touch-mo- .ot, Balsam..Impatluce ft lend thee
Trumpet flovcr Separation
Tuberose. Dangerous pleasures
Tulip Declaration of lovo
Tulip Tiee Rural happiness
Tulip. Variegated Beautiful eyes
Tulip. Yellow illopolcsslovo
Vonus' Looking Gl
j uriiip e uitriiy
,.unso i caugnt you ni
.... Absent friends
The Retired Conductor "Gris,"
of tho Ciucintiall Timet, relates of an
old conductor, promoted to train dis
patcher, as follows : Habit was exceed
ingly strong with tho ox-conductor. As
ho sat In tho ofllco ho would start overy
timo no Heard n boll ring and yoll, "all
aboard." Then ho would go about tho
ofllco at intervals and try to collect faro
from his asiistauts. Wo dropped In
casually ono afternoon, and Billy want
ed to know If wo had a pass. Ho
couldn't get accustomed to his now po
sition. Ho pined to bo again on tho
road. Ono day ho begged tho boys to
put him through a collision, which
thoy did to his ontlro gratification.
Thoy toro hls'clothcs noarly off, black
ened his eyes, broko a kcrosono lamp
over his head,and piled a red-hot stovo
on top of hlru. Billy was In anecatacy of
delight, and declared hohadn't enjoyod
himself so much since ho had a bllo.
jO. aood Ono for Smokers.
An nged negrcM, whoso Imminent
piety litis secured for her an extensivo
reputation, In walking her usual rounds
of visits, dropped In upon a neighbor
who was equally well known as a tern
pornuco man and a hater of tobacco.
After being courteously received, tho
ncgress pulled from her pocket a long
pipe, and commenced smoking some
very "Union" tobacco, to tho Infinite
disgust of her host. Tho man main
tained his ccmposuro sovornl minutes,
but tho fumes and smoko becamo too
powerful for him, and rising from his
chair ho said :
"Aunt Chloe, do you think you aro a
"Ycj, bruddor, I specks I Is."
"Do you bellevo In tho Blblo, aunty ?"
"Do you know tiicro is a passngo in
tho Scriptures which declares that noth
ing unclean shall Inherit tho kingdom
oi neavcii v"
"Yes, I've- heerdoflt.'
"Do you beliovoit?"
"Well, Chloo, you can not enter tho
kingdom of heaven. Because tliero is
nothing so unclean as tho breath of a
smoker. What do you say to that?"
"Why I specks to leavo my brelT be
hind mo when I go to heaven."
Orcat Snako Hunt in Ohio.
On tho 10th ult., at Big Island town
ship, lu Marlon county, on tho farm of
Aloxaiuler Campbell,n great snako hunt
occurred. Tho party was headed by
Capt. Jackson Brady, who led his gal
lant company down into tho tail prairio
grass, and surrounding atwenty-acro
lot, set flro to tho outer edgo of tho
grassnbout4 p. m. Tho grass burned
well, the flames rolling up ten feet high,
and as tho fire advanced tho snakes re
treated to tho centre, sometimes mak
ing desperate efforts to spring through
tho flames, but tho blazo being too
heavy thoy wcro killed in tho attemnt.
At C.45 p. m. tho ground was burued
over, and Capt. Brady went over tho
field of carnago and picked up tho debris
of tho great army of snakes, and by act
ual count, tliero was found to bo-13,983
Bnakcs of all sizes. Ono black racer was
nino feet and four inches long and sev
en Indus in circumference.
This may be considered a good day's
work for this neighborhood, as tho
snakes had becomo so bad that smaU
children wore afraid to go to school.and
nicy oven attacued somo adults, soveral
having been bitten on their boots, and
it had becomo a common thing for flfty
or a hundred snakes to chaso men, wo
men, ana children across this prairio.
Tho milk snakes wcro constantly milk
ing tho cows, and thereby Interfering
with tho dairy business in that section.
Marion (Ohio) Mirror.
Visit your Scholars.
Tho following, from tho Sunday
School Banner, is worthy tho attention
of every Sunday school teacher in the
"Thero is, perhaps, no part of tho
teacher's duty so full of cheering pros
pects as tho visitation of his scholars.
Children will withhold their confidence
ovon from the punctual aud zealous in
structor, but thoy can not resist tho lovo
and sympathy that seek them at their
homes during tho week. Tho Instruc
tions of the Sabbath may fall to soften
their littlo rebellious hearts, but the
kindness of a social ministering to their
wants, or soothing tho hour of pain, is
"A faithful teacher will record with
anxiety, in her memorandum book, tho
absonco of a scholar. If ono is absent
her heart inquires, is tho littlo ono sick,
or is no weary oi tho school? If noor.
sho will bo.troubled lest lack ofcom fort-
able clothing caused tho detention. Wo
say, sho will anxiously inquiro in this
way, n siio is faithful. What is her
duty? Tho answer is evident, visit tho
scholar on tho first opportunity.
"Uiuidren Iovothoso who lovo them.
Thoy readily distinguish between aifect-
cd nnd real love. They can not bo do
ccived by professions of lovoand interest
In tlio classes, followed by IndilTerenco
and neglect tho coming week. Tho
littlo ones cling to tlioklnd teachcrwho
learns their peculiarities, inquires into
ineir uttio trials, ministers to their
wants, mid nt their own firesides wntnrs
with her prayers and counsels tho in-
slructlons of tho Sabbath.
"Absentees 6hould bo hunted dtirluir
tho week; tho sick ones visited aud
prayed with: poor children provided
With necessary apparel, and now schol
ars drawn into tho school. Tho teach-
orawlio neglect to visit their classes
omit a largo portion of their duty."
A Slap on tho Xtoafcrs.
Josh Billings answers it query that
has often occurred to us, viz., "What
wero you created for ?" in tho following
paragraph. While overy lady and gen
tleman would llko to bo rid of tho nn
noyanco of bolngstarcd at, yet they can
not uo cruel enough to wish to bo rJd of
your Insolenco In tho way to which Josh
"Tharo linlllt bin n linn- mmln vol In
vain, nor ono that wants a good job.
Tharo Is lots nf lmmnn mott lniin
about corners, blacksmith shops, elder
mills and saloons all over tho country,
that dpn't seem to bo necessary forany
thlng but to beg plug tobacco and awaro
nu Bii'm watermelons; nut you let tho
nuji:ry uraKu out onco anil then you
w in seo tno wisuom or having jlst such
men lying nround ; they help count."
Here Is a dispatch said to havo been
bent by President Lincoln to General
Hooker: "If tho head of Leo's army is
at Martinsburg and tho tail of it on tho
Plank Road between Fredericksburg
and Ciiancellorsville, tho nulmal miyit
uo pretty sum somownero. Oouldn't
you break him?" A. Lincoln.
Host (who had Just finished carvlne-
turkey) "Will you havo a small pleco
of tho dark meat, or a small pleco of
whltomeat?"Hungry gusot (who Is ad
Uictod to tho habit of plain speaking)
"Thank you i I'll tako a large pleco of
PXoblo Xiadics' ogs,
Nobody nccdfecl called upon to blush
over tho paragraph printed below, for
ii is lak-en from airs. Anna Cora Mo
watt Rllchlo'a last London letter to tho
Sau Francisco Chronicle
"Wo trustour fair American sisters
will not bo shocked by our unhesitating
uso of tho word "leg," which they nro
accustomed to designate as "limb," or
"lower limb." In England nnd all
over Europo that littlosubtorfuiro would
bo pronounced Indelicate nnd affected j
and it certainly is tho latter, if not tho
lorraer. But to our story. Whllosvm
metrical femlnlno legs nro said to bo
disappearing from American soli, thoy
nro so mticit in the ascendant in Entr,
land that ladles of rank havo invented
a now method of making known tliolr
fair proportions. Wo read In the March
number of tho Galaxy that In a work
just published, two American medical
men put forth tho gross slander that "a
haudsomo leg Is n rarity wo had al
most said an impossibility among
American women I" Wo do not bo
llovo tho ungallant llboi, though Amer
ican ladies cortaluly aro not in tho habit
of publishing their charms by having
casts taken of their shapely legs, ns an
ornament for drawing-room tables, or
to bo sold for tho benefit of tho vendor
of casts, or to bo circulated among
lrienu.s as a Uellcuto token of friendship
and valuable work of art. What wo
aro about to relate appears, at tho flrst
blush, so Incredible that wo hold our
self responsible for its exact truth. Up
on the drawing-room tablo of a lady of
rank in London a lady of high posl
lion nnu lrroproaciianio character may
bo seen, beneath n glass case, a lovely
dim pled littlo foot, delicate ankle, nnd
rounded calf, up to the kneo Joint ; it is
the east of tho leg of Lady , tho
hostess. In Soho square thero Is a small
rather humblc-looklng shop, In which
you can purchaso, for flvo shillings, a
cast of ono of tho most cxqulslto of
legs ; tho original (in tho flesh) belongs
to Lady do G and B , who went
to this little shop Incog., and had her
perfect leg moulded, and aftorwards
generously gave tho shopman tho priv
ilege of selling copies of tho cast, which
he does daily, for it was quickly discov
ered to whom tho bcautcousleg belong
ed. Ono lady, tho wife of a mayor of
a town in tho provinces, camo to Lon
don and had two casts taken of her leg
one nude, and ono with tho neat llltlo
shoo, stocking, and garter. Straugo to
say (though no artist will call It strange)
tho leg with tho stocking and garter
produced an effect much further remoV'
cd from modesty than tho leg qulto un
clad. Brucciani, tho cast-vender in
Covcnt Garden, drives a brisk trado in
casting ladies' legs, and has nny quan
tity of models of all descriptions taken
from life, and chiefly from nobio life,
for snlo. How this leg mania originated
wo havo not heard; but thero Is certainly
somo explanation for this sudden pas
sion among tho aristocratic fair to havo
their legs recognized ; perhaps it Is only
because "a thing of beauty Is a joy for
Tho Wrong Man Poulticed.
Tho following story, which wo do
not lemember to havo seen In print,
may bo old, but it Is received as true:
At a famous and fashionablo water
ing place, a gentleman ono night was
suddenly seized in bed with an ex
cruciating pain in tho stomach, which,
neither brandy, No. G, nor any other
remedy could remove. His wlfo, after
trying a number of things in vain, and
having exhausted ail her stock of rem
edies, left her husband's bed-sldo for
tho purpose of getting a warm appli-
cation. Guided on her return by n
light which sho saw shining in n cham
ber, and which sho supposed was tho
ono Just left, sho softly entered.afid was
not a littlo surprised to find her patient
apparently In a deep slumber. How
over thinking ho might still bo suffer
ing, sho gently raised the bed-clothes,
ic, and laid tho scalding pqultlco upon
a stomach but not tho stomach of her
husband which no sooner touched tho
body of tho person thau he, gieatly
alarmed, and writhing under tho tor
luroof tho burning application, shout
ed: "Hallo! hallo! what In tho namo
ot heaven and earth aro you about
there?" then, with ono spring from his
bed, ho made for tho door aud rushing
down stairs, declared in a frenzy of ex
citement, that somo ono had poured a
shovel of hot coals upon him. Tho
woman, overcomo with oxcitcment
and ahum gavo a frantic scream, which
brought her husband hurriedly in
from tho next room to her rescuo. Tho
husband was so much excited, and also
so much amused with tho sincular
mistake and tho ridiculous position of
ins ucttor half, that ho forgot all his
pains ; but early next morning ho, his
wlfo and trunks left for parts unknown.
Tho poulticed gentlemau still retains
tho handkcrchlef-a beautiful linen fa
bric Willi tho lady's namo on it, which
ho considers of raro value.
A Fish Story. Wo met a boy on
tho streets yesterday, and without tho
coremony of asking our name, ho ex
claimed: "You Just orter been down to tho
river it whlloogo!"
"Why?" wo ouqulred.
"Recauso, a nigger was in tliero
swimming, and nblg cat-flsh camo up
behind him uud swallowed both of
his feotaud went swimming along on
top of tho water with him, and they
camo up behind another big fish, nnd
tho nigger swallowed his tall, and tho
nigger and two flsh went swimming
"Well, then what?" wo asked.
"Why. after a whllo tho nlggor
swallowed his fish, and tho othor flsh
swallowed tho nigger, and that's tho
last I saw of either of them,"
"Sonny," said wo, with feelings of
alarm for tho boy, "you aro In a fair
way to becomo tho editor of a Radical
paper," and wo left him, J-icchange.
Why' would Sampson havo made an
oxcollont actor? Because ho could w
easily bring iowu thohouso.
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Hints to Wearers of Kid Olovcs.
It Is not generally known, or does
not appear to bo known, even by thoso
who wear khls almost exclusively,
that tho durability and set of these ar
ticles depend very much upon how
thoy aro put on tho flrat time. Two
pairs may bo, taken from ono box, of
exactly tho snmo cut and quality, and
by giving dlfforont treatment when
flrst putting tho hnnds Into them, ono
pair will bo modo to set much bettor,
nnd to wear doublo, or nearly that
length of time, longer than tho othor.
When purchasing gloves, people nro
usually In too much of a hurry, thoy
carelessly put them on, and let them
go In that way then, thinking to do
tho work moro completely at anothor
time. When this is tho case it person
is sure to meet with disappointment,
for as tho glove is mado to fit tho hand
tho first timo it Is worn, so it will fit
over after, and no amount of effort
will mnko a satisfactory chango. Never
allow a stretcher to bo used, for tho
gloves will not bo likely to fit as well
for it. All of tho expansion should bo
mado by tho hands; If tho kids are so
small as toroqulro tho aid of a stretcher,
thoy should not be purchased, as they
will provo too small for durability,
comfort or beauty.
When selecting gloves choose those
with fingers to correspond with your
own In length, tako timo to put them
on, working in tho fingers first until
ends meets endtthenrutin tho thumb,
and smooth them down till they nro
mado to flt nicely. A glovo that fits
woll will usually wear well, at least
will wear bettor than ono of tho samo
kind that docs not fit well. When tho
ends of tho Angers do not como down
right, or when thoy aro so long as to
form wrinkles upon the sides of tho
fingers, thoy will chafo out easily;
wherothe stretcher has to bo used to
mako tho fingers lurgo enough, tho
bo dy pait will bo so email as to cramp
tho hand so that it cannot bo shut
without bursting tho seams of tho
kids. Somo recommend putting now
kid gloves into a damp cloth before
thoy aro put on, and allowing them to
remain until moistened. With this
treatment they can be put on much
easier than otherwise, nnd will flt very
nicely until they get dry, but on sec
ond wearing tliero will bo an unnat
ural harshness about them, .wrinkling
in spots, and thoy will not sot so per
fectly as at flrst. I havo tried tho
damping process, and do notMipprovo
of it. Canadian Journal of Commerce.
A Frenchman, resolved to bo rid of
llfo, went, a littlo beforo high tide, to a
post set up by tljo sea-side. Ho had
provided himself with a ladder, a rope,
n pistol, abundlo of matches, auda vial
of poison. Ascending tho ladder, ho
tied ono end of the ropo to the post, eet
his clothes on flro, put tho muzzlo of
tho pistol to his head, and kicked away
tho ladder. In kicking -away tho lad
der, ho sloped tho pistol so that tho ball
missed his head and cut through tho
ropo by whlc'i ho was suspended ; ho
fell Into tho sea, thus extinguishing tho
flames of his clothes: and tho sea water
wh Ich ho involuntarily swallowed coun
teracted tho poison ; and thus, in spite
of his precautions, ho remained unhang
ed, unshot, unpoisoned, unburntd, aud
When Daniel Webster was Secretary
ofState, SIgnor Blitz called ou him In
Washington, when tho following dia
logue took placo: "What has brought
you to Washington?" "I havo como
for an office, sir." "An office! What
offico is thero under tho government of
tho United States for a magician?" "To
count tho money In tho Treasury. I
should llko you to tako. ono hundred
thousand dollars of Treasury notes and
count them carefully. I will then count
them also, when it will appear that
tliero aro only seventy-flvo thousand
dollars." "Ah 1 signor," sard Mr. Web
ster, "that won't do. Wo havo magi
cians in Washlngtou who, If a hundred
thousand dollars wcro to pass through
their hands, would leavo nolhintjot It."
An itnagluatlvo young man, laboring
over tho gradual encroachments of wo
mankind on mascullno territory In the
mntter ofdrt'S', breaks Idto song as fol
"They took our coais-at first we hardly missed
And then thoy aped our dickeys and cravatsi
They stole our sacks-wo only liurhed and klsae.1
Emboldened, then they stole our hats;
Until, by slow and sure degrees, the witches
Have taken nll-onr coats, hats, boots and
A New IlAMPauntr. firmer wantod
n farm hand, and was applied to by an
Irishman who wanted to work. Tho
farmer objected to engaging Pat, on tho
ground that two Irishmen previously
in his employ had died on his hands.
" Thin you object to hiring mo for that,
doyo?"sfiid Pat. "Faith and I can
bring you ricoracndatlons from many a
placo where I'vo worked, that I never
played such a trick I"
A Widower in Indiana who marri
ed again last week, whllo on his way
with his newbrldoto tho depot to start
ou their bridal tour, was rudely stop
ped by an undertaker who demanded
Instant payment of his littlo bill for
burying his first wlfo. Tho father of
tho now brldo stepped forward aud
liquidated tho bill.
Josh Billings charges tho cat with
beluga krltter guilty of affektaBhum.
Ihcvkuowna cat to klean tho cream
all oph from tho buzzum of a ran of
milk, and then limp into the sitting
room on all four legs, and lay down In
tho corner of tho fire-place, as melon
cholly as tho alio hadn't a frlond on tho
faco of tho earth.
A Moral elephant in Clnnclnatl has
200 rlflo balls Inside his skin, put there
at odd times to curb his hot temper,
yet he is ablo to shamble off at a gait
that forces tho moral baud wagon horse
Into a trot, and distresses the moral