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IB PUBLISHED EVKUY FllIUAY ilOnNINU
IN Tlta'coLUMMAN UDItUlMO A 11 Till
oouitT iiotsK, 11 r
HENRY L DIEFFENBACH,
r.Diron and ruOttmr.Tuii.
Terms-Two Collars i Tear payallo in advance.
01 nil descriptions executed with neatness and
dispatch at reasonable rules.
Columbia County Official Directory.
VrraMcntJutlnc WILLIAM EI.VM.L.
Aisoehite Judiet Ikam Ukiik, Isaac 8, Mox
not:. Vnlhonolnni, Ac wit linoton II, Fur
Jietrltti-r A- Urconler Williamson II, Jacoiiy.
nitlrlrl Attorney , 11, iKFt.mt.
bhrrlff -MomiKUAt Millakd,
purveyor Isaao Dfwiit,
Trcamrer Iiaviii Low. NnKnn.
Oimmlnlonrn William o. Quick, C'vnvs
ItOlUII.OM, UlIUM I. HtKllKH.
CnmmUHonm' Clerk Wn liam KntrKRAtiM,
ytlllllm--U, J. CAMrllhLL, A, J, AMIKMHON,
Oirouer .IiiIIK D. KoLTIC.
Juni GmimlMtoncrt Isaac M':niiII)B, John Mc
AnalU Countu 6nj)crnfn(Ifnl-('ilAiiI,i s O Dahklky
Bloomsburg Official Directory,
Yrf Rational Hank I II AM. II. l'AXTo:., Pus'',,
J. 1'. 'I itin in liter.
Jltoomburg llutlitln;) tmd tmln,i 7 Vnrt ,1 (.
(on. John I iiumah, Pres't., .1,11 mill si.s.S. ,.
Jlloomilurg Mutual Nninu 2 unit Atwiltttion
IT. 111, M. U HI 1M. .Villi .!
STOVES AND TINWARE.
I M. UUPEKT, dealer In Ntocs&tlHnre,Ku
A. pert block, Main i.l. west il Market, vl-nll
dealer In stoves und tinware
O Main tiecl,tibnvucourl house,
DAVID LOWKNIIEItO, MerchantTallor, .Main
St., 2d door above Atnerlenii House. vl-uLl
WM. MOIIUIH, Merchant Tailor corner of Ci li
tre und Main St., over Miller's store. v3-ii3j
drugs, chemicals, &c. .
1.1 1. l.UTZ, LrugglsL.iiitl Apothecary, Malu hi.
!, below me rusiullicu. vhuii
M(IYi:it IlKIIM.. DlUKgists UUU ApollleearhH
Urower'H block Maui M. V1-UI3
CLOCKS, WA'JVlU-.b. AC.
Walclith, Hpectaclt s A
ll.lewelry Ac, MalnHtie
t lu-ar West HI. v:i 1115
1 E. SAVAdK. dealer 111 Cluckr.
U Jewelry, Alain at., just below the
I I)U1 HI. ItNIUMtU, Winch alio Clock maker.
Ij near iiilheal eiirnei Mullialal lion sth.l'l.l
V aleh alio O ock Makel, Mm
li. net htreel, helow Main.
1 -li 1 ,
BUOTb AN1 11()ES.
M. UHOWN, llool and i-liiiemuker, M In
street, under ilrowira lioul, vl-iil3
IAV1D 1IKTZ. Hoot nlld MioeliuiKer
) btlow llarlmaii'ahloie,uei.l ol Market
HENI1Y Kl.KI.M, Maliufactuier ami dealer In
Uoola aim Hhues, Glocenes, etc., Main btleet.
Dlt. If. C. HOWEli, riuriteon Dentist, Main si.,
abovo Ihu Court House. lul.f
Dll. WM. M HI.ll! It, Klllneoii ana I lijslclull,
hxchauKe lllock over WebbV honk slnre V3-ll'Js
Dlt. U, F. KINNEY, Mirgiou Dtllllst. Teelh
extracted twlhom pulii: Main si., nearly op.
poslte Episcopal Church, vlul(l
1 It. li:i.I.i:it. Attorliey-ul-Law,
tluor luExclmnbuIlluLk, near ihu '
CI O. I1AUKI.EY, Attornej-ul-Law. Office, Sd
I. floor In fc.xchaut.0 Dloik, iitarihe"Exeliaui;e
J II. McKKLVY.M. D.,hlllKenll and 1'hjslclaii--.north
side Main St., below MaikeU vlul3
Jit. EVANH, M. D.. HuiKion and I'hjslclan,
h.tuth hldu Malu htled, Li inu Malkel. Vlu4.i
1 C. ItU'lTElt, M. li. Hnrteou and 1'hyslclnii
li. Muikethlrtcl.uboteMatn. vi-i,ls
11. ItiilllsON, Alioriiey-at-Eaw,
man a buililii u, Main htnet,
JULL1NKRV cV FaiM OUtil)!-.
El'MEHMAN, .Mlllllieo mid I'aie.t CinylK.
, opposite 1-. Ihinpal ri.lileh.Malli si, tlnl
M1HS MZZIE HAUKLEY, Milllmr. KHiiih'J
bulldlui! Main slletl, vl n
XI IBS A. 1'. WI 1)11, Fancy Good. Nollnns,
ill Hooks, ami Htallom ry. Enhance Ulock.Malii
11I1SS M. DEUltlCI
U.N. Mllllnei and Fancy
Goods Mulllht., below Malkel, vl-ull
KB. E. Kl.INE, Mllliuirj and fancy Good1"
Main street neiow .viurKui. vein
11 1 118. JULIA A.
Ji HADE HAltKI.Kl. lJldlm'
Clnaks and Drehs I'atleru. southeast roiutl
Main and West stt. v.ii
II HE MIBBtb 1IAIIMAN Mhllneiy and Fancy
1 in oilb, Main M., below Aiiicrltau llouhe, Vlu41
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
i;0ISKH HOTEL, by T. Hunt. Taylor, east md
JL ol Main street, vWJ
WIDMYEU A: JACOIIY, Confectionery, Dakery
and oyster Baloon, ttliolehaleand retail. Ex
clianKO lllock, Main stmt. vl-n43
MERCHANTS AND GROCERS.
CO. MAltR, Dry O'.ods and Notions, houth-
west corner Main and lion His. vl-nl.1
Oil. HEEHHOLT Z, dealer In 1 rv Goods, Grn.
cries, Hoots, hline-, Ac,, corner Main and
Iron sti eels. vH-nsn
DA. HECKLKY. not and Phnn More, t)no!r
. t stali'triery. Main st.t below Matket. vl-n4t
R.IAOOTW, roTtlectloncrj . proeerlew etc , Main
, ft,, helnw Iron vMH
p Mi:NIVNIIALI .(leniral nt.-clt of Merchan.
Ttt. ONr" an1 Ii r n t r. coim i tf Main Mrcet ami
Ilerwlck rMil. v.iH
TiOX a WKim CorirM'iu.nery and Ifalten
J1 whnlehHlo and retail, I'xi hnnge lllock. vl n4l
niMIOWIUt, TIfltat ml OipsnootHHUdPhnrlJ,
Malu Rt above Court limine. Vlnt3
J, imOWFIt, DryOociin.ait.cerleH, etc., cor
, ner Malnst.und Court Ilnuue nlUy. vJnl
RonniNB 4 riYETt, dealer In Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, etc., cnr. Mnln and Centre eta. vl-nW
JK. OIKTON, Groceries A Provisions, Mali.
. Street below Market, vl-nH
JK. EYEIt. Groceries and Genera) Merchan
dise. Main t., above West. vWl
HI IKELVY, NEAL CO .dealers In Dry Goods,
ill Groceries. Flour. Fefd.B.ill, FIsh.Iron.Nalls
eta.N. li cor, Main and Muikei its. vl-ull
CJ H. Mil I.Elt A SON, dialer In Dry Gimds,
O. Groceries, uueei sware, Flour, halt, Shoes.
Notions, etc., Exchange lllock, Maiust, vMiH
Marble Works, oue door below
A. Pott Olllce, Main Hlreet.
I.OOMHIlulta I.UMIIEIt CO., manufactuiers
and dealeis in Lumber of all kinds: FlanlnK
llll near the railroad. vln4i
OF08TF.lt, Glue Maker, and White and Fanes
, Tanuer.Hcottowu, Vln47
(1 M.CIIUIHTMAV, Baddle. Tiunk A llarnraa.
I, maker, Hhlto's lllock Main htieel. Suln
DW. ItOllulNH,lliuordealei seeouddoor rum
norlhu est turner Malu und lion Ms. vl-oll
Li II. HIDLhMAN, AgeniTor Muusnn's Copper
rjTubular LUhtuii u llisl, v2uhi
if J.THOHNION, Wall Pat, Wlndott Slladl
J. and Uxtun s. Itupert him a, Main ft. vl 43
w. i Olll I.l., Furniture ltooms, threohtory
btlck. Main Street, west of Market st, tlnii
a jrm more, xuaiii si
1 berlln'e alley, tear of American
'-..kill... i ri
KI'IIN. ileuli r In Meat. Tallow, etc.. Cbem
JOHN A, FUN8TON 4 fO. miilual and rash
"rales nri' insurance companies, lirowir iiuiiu
iuk, Main nireei.
lAintl Din-'PhNIlACII. llrnnir Factprv. Or
) ders leu at his resident oralMnhrA Sou'a
Stoio promptly tilled, llest urten Wcttern brusii
TAMI'H r A nil AN. Cabinetmaker and Chair
(J luakeri rooms Main Mr el bel, Irou, v3-u24
"Vf W. ham VI. V. A Cn..MachlnUls.EastIllooms
i hmir.uear Lack, It, H. Castings inudea.slinM
notice. Machinery madeoud repalietl. vi'-n'.'l
rt II IlIKflT.VII denier In ntanos. orians mid
U" mtlodeons.at U, W.Corell'a furniture looms
OAMI'KI. .TArniiv. Marble and Drown Bton7
OWorks, East liloomhbnrB.Herwtck road,vl-n4o
W PEACOCK. Notary I uhllc.noril.rt cori er
t s-ninann Maraei si vi
lirM. ItAllll. dealer In luiiiltnru. trunks, cedej
II V. Illow ware, near tho For ks Uouh vl-nU
VOLUME IV NO GO.
A .niOY,',.:,?VF,ANM,J'.,h,"1, Talloraand
to i I " erlA.f,i;g','.'ng g0013'1' Bt- "".'
A li',', n Billl W . D,Ilt)TIl Ellicarpentersand
il. Hullders. Mnln at., below I'lnc. vlnl7
lit'V I KIl & IlKIIUINa, dealer In Dry Ooods,
ii.!;, JSt,e"' ,'UI"u'' d general Merchandise!
B'li'K'i HUTKU B"u frhment Haloon, by
llolirM'llcnrycnr.oi Mnln adllMnosiv.in7
aiiiln bi nct door loOoiid'a Hotel vl-nl7
l Dealer In uraln. Mill Htreot. vim?
I. Lv'hJWAUI)v! I'"v".l.';l,';,, "n(1 Surgeon, Main
! st.,nrsi doorulioveM'Heiiry'H lloiel, vMi23
I .vMKs U. II A KM AN .Cabinet Make: and Un
'I mriftker. Main Ht behiw pine. vl-nt7
I M, llAHMAN, Huddle and Harness maker.
I, Mnln si., oiirmite Frame Church, vaull
SC1H1YLKU 4 CO., Iron foun.ieis.Machltilsts.
and Muuulactuieraofilowa,Mlll Bt. vI-ih
v.A.MUKLHHAHTi,ERS,Muker of the Hayhursl
O uiam Ciadle. Main Hi. vi'nj.
ttTIIJ.IAM DK1.0NO Bhoemnkcrat. i mauufne
H turerof llrlck, MlllBt.,iwtof r no vlnli
F. DAf.LMAN, Merchant Tailor, Heeoud Ht.
, ltnhhlns' lIlllldlliK. V2-UII.
I tit. J.
K. UOIlUINh, HnrEfnn and I'hyalclnn
below Main. v2-nlK
fUMIEUT A KI.INF,, dry goods, groceries, ami
U veneral merchandise, Main direct vi!-nl2
I II. K lull. hit 'I'atlawissi, House,'
I . Corner Main and Heeond Rlreets,
KEILEIt, llllliird faloon, Oysters,
, 1 ream In season MalnHt.
MM. HltOIISI.dealel 111 General Mi-rrllHIidlse
. Dry Honda rlroeerles Ac v--nl
VIJStiUi:HANNA or Ilrlck Hotel, M. Kosten
O bniulf-r l'r..prietnr,south.easttcrner .Main and
ntoihI Hlreet. V2nl2
I. Kl A1ID, dealer in Hloves and
U.M. H. AUBOTT, Atloruey at law, Main Ht.
F. OMAN t Co., Wheelwrights, first door
above Hclniol Houso, vlulo
I01IN A.OMAN, Manufacturer and dealer In
O hoots and Shoes, vlnia
J. LEISEIl, M. D., Burgeon mid Fhyslclon.
OIIIco at Keller's Hotel, -2ii27
pETEP. ENT, dealer In Dry Goods Groceries
X Hour, Feed, Ball, Fish, Iron, Nails, etc., Main
B. ENT, dealer In Stoves and Tin waro In
all Its branches. vlulo
Br. HEIGHAHD.ji HKO.,dealer In Dry Goods,
Grpcerles, and general Merchandise. v2nll
IJbl'Y STEAM FLOUltlNG MILLS, C.S. Fowler,
I D. WEKKlIEISKIl.lioolandHhoeStoroand
manuiacloiy. Shop on Malu Sireet op
posite thosieaui Mill. V2lll
W. EDGAIt.SuKiuehaunu Planing Mill and
Dux Manuiactory, v2ull
O.A V.H. Mini WAltEfl. ticalerK In ilr
hi (!. i;rofrl(N untl vi nerul tnercliHiidlke.
)- Irvt t.tor in r(n,ib t?inl Di ti.wti. ' nit-
fUlE KbPY HOTEL.
ESJ'Y, COLUM1UA COUNTY. PA.
Ttic underbluiHHl would tnfoim the trnvclllnit
(ublluiluiL li hiiH taken tlie alKive namnl -.tiili-
ilshnicnt and thimmgltU reflttut the snnu for
thi' perfect cmivenleiii't nf lilHcuestH. nirdcr
will UuKlmkMl with Ihu bett the miirki-t iitlords,
1 he choicest Uquiim, wines and clgfUB always to
Ai)r.'J3,(fl-tf Espy Ia.
OHANGliYILLC. COLUMBIA COUNT V, PA.
KOIin WIIKKRY, Proprietor.
This well liiifivrn limine, hnvlnjr been put In
llnirmgh repmr, Ik now open lo tl.o tnnellin?
I n hi I e. The bar lb Mucked -with the choicest
iliiorn and clatu, nnd the tnMe will ho, at all
'liiu-M.Mitirilled with the ilellrnoles of the p pus on.
Nit pa i n b will ho t-pured lo lusuro the conilort of
OruiiEevtlle. dec. 10.(I9-tf.
WILLIAM IlU'Jl.KH, Pn prlelor,
HilsIIoiihfhuvliJiilJit'n ni.t In thoiuuuli repair
I h now open l r (he rutptiou of uuebU. No
piiliiM will be spared to ensiirt the perfect com
lort ot iho trHelerh Tj e Tn-piletor hotieitH a
t-lmie of public pi.ttntiaue, 'the bar will be
blocked tit all time with nius llquo.H and clgarb,
V. F. PIATT, Pmprletor,
1I1.NTON, t OI.UMIIIA COUN'I Y, PA,
IIiIh well known Hi use ljaln bfen put In
noiouun iciiair is iiw oien 101 retention
ihlIoia. No i alitK hu Inn ti m U to ei sure
he nerfet-t comturi ot i:u hlh. uhi in dim lor
uImhuiih u btay fioiit Hie Hotel io Illo. tnfburg
hini luieru eulate oinii. on TucMiaj , i ntuwiuj
huu KUiunuij oi vuvii ween. iiuhjojuii
fctoves and Tinware
jEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
Main Street one door abovo E. Mcndcuhall's
Haui:ecouslanlly on hand, and for sale at the
Tinnlm- In all Its branches carefully attended to.
Mini sailhiaciiuu guaraiueeu.
i lll work oi an uiuus wuoienuiu auu retail, a
lul Is requested,
TOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. ItUPEHT
announces In bis friends and customers that he
continues tho ubove business at his old place on
MAIN STltEET, ULOOMH11URO.
Customers can be accomodated with
of nil kinds, 8lovepli.es, Tinware and every vo
riety of article found in a Hlove aud Tinware Es-
ablMimeiit lu Ihe eltles.uud on the most reahou
able terms, Itetairlug done al the shortest notice.
2 DOZEN JIILK-PANH
on band for sale.
jjOOTS AND SHOES.
1IA1N BTItKhT, UMJKR BROWN'S HOTEL.
A lull and complete assortment of ready made
boms and hhtisfiii nieu.vomtu and chlldreu
Jn.i 'itctltcd end for saleal reuhnnable rates,
vntletlislo sun all classes of tustumers. The
vsi or work done alhhon nonce, as nereioiore,
uive nnu ean, ipro ivu.
JADII.S, FANCY FURS I
J Ullil f Alll.lllAi
718 AUCH STltEET,
Middle of tho lllock, between 7th and 8th Sts,
Importer, Maliufactuier and Dealer In all kind
and quality oi
FOH LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN H WEAK,
Having enlarged, remodeled audimornved my
n "and lavoiablykuowu FUItLMPOItlUM.aiid
having Imported a very iar auu spituuiuus-
. .fuli tli .lltlCrnt kinds nl Kara lrnm
first bauds In ruiope.aud had theminiule up by
Ihe mostiklllful workmen, 1 would rehpecilully
luvlleiiiy fr einisoii oiuinoittBuaaujaceuiismu,
...... ....... 1 1 ... i uT.mlnu in v vmi-v lul Ln and beau.
tllu assortment of I aucy Furs, for ladies and
children, I am d.lnmlnid In hell at as low
i.rl... nu n,, ..ti...rFui,M.i.il.lelInuKe In thecllv.
All ruis warranto. , No iiiisreniesentiiiloiii to
tiiucthaits. junn rAi'fliiui,
718 AUCU STSXkT, PUILAStXrilIA,
NOV, 4, WH-SiB,
T NonTn TiiiiidBtrekt,
It. D. CUMMtNOS, Propriktor,
Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers In
HALTPlh'ItE AND UIUM8TONE
No 219 North Third 8L
H. MOUNT. W. H. KINO. J, II. SEYUERT
JJOriNE, KING & 8EYI3EUT,
wnui.t.Ai.u; UKV uoou.
No, 421 Market Street
Orders filled promptly at lowest prices,
January 3, ISC.
JJ W. HANK'S
W 11U1.I!,AL,U 'lOUALUl, Sft UPJ', AND
No. HO North Third Htreel,
Between Cherry and ltace, westhldo.
J7UANK i STRETCH,
(Succosaors to I, II. Walter,)
Importers and Dealets In
UUEEN3WAKE, CHINA, AND GLASS,
No. 231 N. Third Street,
lietween Itiica and Vino Ht.
1. II. WaLI Ell. Snpelal Partner.
1JARNES, BKO. & HERRON,
HATH, CAI'd.HTIlAW GOODS J: FUItS,
No. toaMarUct Street,
JOHN STKOUP & CO.,
Successors to Stroup & Urothcr,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FIi-H.
No. 21 North Whams and 2o Noith Third Bt
I hllade phla.
JIOHARDSON L. WRIGHT, JR.
ATTOHNEY AT LAW,
NO. 12S SOUTH SIXTH STltEET,
THOMAS CAltSON A. CO.
DEALERS IN HOSIERY,
MEN'S FUItNlHHINO GOODS,
LINENS 4 NOTIONS
NO, 18 NORTH FOUIITII STREET
WAINWRIGHT & CO.,
N. R. Corner Second and Arch Streets,
TEAS, 8YKUPS, COFFEE, SUGAIt, MOLASSES
UICE, bPlCKS, nl CARU HODA, A' AC.
40rders will ree.lve prompt attention,
jy M. L'VELLE,
ATTOHNEY AT LAW,
Ashland, SchU)lklll Cuuuty Pa,
ATTOIvNEY AT LAW,
Office Court House Alley, helow the Coi.uu-
niAN Office, llountlcs. Huck-Pav und l'eusions
collected. liloomsburg Pa. sep.20'07
JOBERT F. CLARK,
ATTUKNEY AT LAW,
Office ftlaln Street below tbo Court House.
g H. LITTLE,
ATTUSNET AT LAW,
OIIIco Court-IIouso Allev. below tho Colum
iiian Olllce, IJloomsburg Pa.
Q B. BROCKWAY',
ATTORNEY' AT LAW,
Kir OKncE Court House Aller. In the Co
lumiiian building. Jau4,'C7.
17 J- T
burn anil vie
Id announce lo thecltlzenHOf XJlooms-
rir and vlclultv. that he has ftibt received n full
tiiu luiujucio fiMhorimeut oi
WALL PAPEIl, WINDOW BIIAUiS,
VIXTURES, COIIDS, TAHHKLfl,
and nil other coods In hla line of businrttH. All
the iiweut noil mnkt nn moved nntterns nf thn
uuy are aiwu 10 vo iouuu iu urn ebinuiisiiiQeni.
QIIESTEU S. FIJUMAN.
aud dealer lu
CA RPliT-n A Cm H, VAL1SLH, KLY-NLTS,
ItUPFALO llOIUH, UOIlKK-HLAhKUTH (SC.,
which he feels confident he can Hell at lower
rule than any other perhon In the county,
amine ior jovmeives.
Hhon third door below the Court House, Malu
AUR. 5, liUV.
iOWDER ICEQS AND LUMBER
W. M. MONItOfJACO.,
find dealers lu all kinds of
Uive notice that they are prepared to accomodate
their custom with dispatch, and on tbe cheapest
I? m. KNonn,
J Ilavtu I'tiriliHed the Mock of the old Key
hn.i.e blioe More, and luldiil 1 hereto a lurttt aud
veil helected uewkltck Ispiejured to exhibit
the beit variety ot
BOOTH AND fellOEfl
ever brought to this place. He Is aUo prepared
to inwke Boots undHiotb to order In OielateH
di tt In hi htvies. For cafcli only. In the old FHt
OflUe bnilultiB, corner Muluuud Maiket Wreets,
BlooiufcburK, I'a. li-eptt'TO-ly,
Neatly and Cheaply Printed
Krom the Idlest HtylesofType at the
250,000 I,U1M1: IUU0K
FOR SALE AT EBPY.
For particulars, address
It. J, MII.LA.ltD, Espy,
on T. II. MILLElt, Lime Illdge.
LATE HOOIMN d,
MOST FAVORABLE RATES,
JOHN TUOMAB, AND CABPEIl J. THOMAS
l!ox, 277, Uloomsbuxg, 1. '
BL00MSBU11G. PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Bingcn on tho Rhino.
fAn Mri. Caroline 1-1. Norton's Brent linllnd.
whoo python Imh held the ht-art of two ttnorH-
tlonH. 1 verv amironrltito since the rntntnenrn
ment of the KraniMUeriiinu war. w rrproducd
it iur iiiu uuiiL'iHui our retiucrmj
A iiokllcr of the Legion lay dylnu In AlttleM;
Therowas lacK of woman's nurnlnff, thero wai
dearth of woman's tear
Hut ii comrade Rtooil hcKldchlm while hU life-
blood, ebbed away,
nd heut with pttyluK Rlanccs, to hear what ho
Tho Uyiog soldier fullered, at ho took that com
rado h hand,
nlho nald,"Iuovcr moro Rhnll see my own,
my native Und ;
Tako h m-fitjiii-o and a token to some distant
friends of mine.
For I wai born at ttlngcn-ut Illnson ou the
'Tell my brolhcn and companions, when they
meet and crowd around,
To hear my mournful atory, la tho picas int
That wo fought tho battlo bravely and that
when the uuy was done.
Full many a corpse lay ghastly palo, bcijeath
tho scttlnu sun,
And midst tho dead and JyliU, wura Home
grown old lu wan
The death wounds on tliolr gallant breasts, the
last of man scars;
Hut homo wero young, aud suddenly beheld Hfo's
Andouo had come irom Ulngen fair Bingcn on
'Tell my mother that her other sons fllmlt com
fort her old age,
For X was sUUn truant bird that thought his
homo a cage ; ,
'or my father was a soldier and ovon when a
My heart leaped forth to hear blin tell of htrug
glos fierco and wild;
And when ho died, nud lei t uh to tllvldo his
I let them tako whate'er they could, but kept
my father's sword :
And wltu boyish lovo I huus It where tho bright
llcht used to Htil no,
On thocoltn-o wall at Ulngeu calm Illnsenon
'Tell my sister not to weep for me, aud sol) with
When tho troops come marching homo again
with glad and gallant tread,
Hut to look upou thtru pioudly, with ft calm and
For her brother was a solder, too, aud not afraid
And if a comrade m rk her love, I ask her In my
To listen to him kindly, without regret or shame;
And to hang tho old sword In Us place, my fa
ther's sword and mlno,
For tho honor ol old UInfeen dear Itlngen on
"There's another not a slater lu happy dajs
You'd havekuown her by the metrlrcent that
sparkled in hereyo;
Too Innocent for coquetry too foud for idle
O, friend ! I fear the lightest heart makes some
times heaviest mourning.
Tell her the last night of my Ufo (fortre this
My body will Loout of pain, my soul be out of
I dreamed I stood with her and iav tho jellow
bunllght nlil no
On tliu vine-clad hllU of IHugcn fair ttlngon on
Ifcawtho bluolthluo sweep along I heard, or
Kcerocd to hear,
The German t-oagH we used to blug, lu chorus
sweet and clear;
And dowu the pka.ant river, and up the sluut
Tho echoing choi us souu Jtd, through tho eve
ning calm andbtll';
And her gUd blue eyes were on mo, as wo pmsed
with friendly talk.
l)o wn tunny a path beloved cfyoie, and well-
And her little hand lay lightly confidingly lu
lint wo'li meet no more at llingen loved lllngen
on the Rhiuo!''
His voice grow faint nud hoarsohUgMsp was
His eycB put on n dylns look ho sighed. and
ceasul to hpeak;
His comrade bent to If rt him, but fio spark of
Jlfe had Jlc.l;
Tho soldier ,of the Legion In a fuulgn land was
AmltbcFoft moon rose up slowly, and cslmly
Uie looked down
On the red sand of the battlefield, with bloody
Yes, calmly on that dreadful fecce, her pale
light heemed lu uhlne.
Am it shone ou distant Rlugeu-falr lllugcn on
It Kovor Pays.
It never pays to fret and giowl
When fori una seems our foo;
1 ho better bred will push nhe.id
And strike tho braver blow.
For luck Is work
Aud those who shirk
Should not lament tin lr doom,
Hut jicld the play,
And clear the way
That betti r men havo room,
It never pays to wreck tho heal'.h
In drudging after gain.
And he Is sold who thinks that gol I
Is cheapest bought with pulu.
An billable lot,
A cozy cot,
Have tempted even kings,
For station high,
That wealth will buy,
Not oft contentment brings.
It never pays I a blunt refrain
Well w orthy of a sonir,
For age and youth must learn this truth.
That nothing pavs that's wrbng.
Tho good and pure
Alono are sure
To bring prolonged success;
While what Is rUht
III Heaven's sight
Is always sure to bless.
Sond tho Littlo Onos nappy to Bod
IJY FIIANCH S. SMITH.
Send tho llltloonf s happy to bed.
When closes Ihu tioublesoino dny
Let noharsh invective be said,
Torufilo their minds whllothcy pray,
Horn trials aud truubles full soon
Tho sweet sli ep of childhood will ban ;
Then let thoiu llo Joyously dnwn,
And cherish bright dreams while they can.
Send the little ones hnppy to bed,
Tho they may bo mischievous aud will
Nuture seldwiu he&tuu s u wise head
Ou a rosy-cheeked 1 giil-hearted chll I,
Then let their glad spirits have play,
And brighter and stronger they'll grow,
Like stream that runs Tree on Us ay
And suffers no cheoli lu Its How.
Send tho littlo ones happy to bed
You know not what Hlinay be near
Ero the morning ymir petsinaj bo dead
Then valu the regret or the tear,
So lot them Uu down with delight,
And fall not to glvound lo tuke
A kiss when they prattle "good night,"
Aud a kiss In the morn when they wake,
Qooi) Advice". Ah eilllnr, Indulges
lu tills littlo hit of philosophy : Evury
ninii ought to gut in. rrlt'tl, if ho can.
Evury limn ought to work to null his
customers if ho can, Every wlfo should
hold her tongue, if eho can. Every
lawyer should occasionally tell tho
truth, If he can. Every man ought to
mind hU owu business und let other
peoplo'a none, if ho can. Every man
should tako a uuwspaper and pay for it,
Good Littlo Boy who did not prosper,
BY MAltK TWAIN.
Ouco lliero was a grind littlo hoy hv
tho lumio of .Tn coli Bllvens. He ulwayn
obeyed Ids parents, no matter how nl).
surd tiiul unrcnsotmhlu their ilemauili
were; ami ho always learned Ills book,
and never was latu tit Sabbath xcluml.
Ho would not play lionkey, even when
his toiler Judgment tuld him It wus the
most protltnble tiling ho could do. None
of tho other boys could ever muko that
boy out, ho acted so strangely. Ho
wouldn't llo, no mutter how .lonvenl-
ent it wan. Ho Just said it was wrong
to lie, aud that was sufllcient for him.
And ho was so honest that ho was sim
ply ridiculous, The curious ways that
Jacob had burpussed everything. He
wouldn't play marbles on Sunday, ho
wouldn't rob birds' nosts, ho wouldn't
givo hot pennies to organ grinders'
monkeys; ho didn't Becm to tukonny
interest iu tiny kind of rational amuse
ment. So tho other boys used to try to
reason it out and como to nu tinner-
standing of him, but they couldn't ur
ilvout any satisfactory conclusion; us
I said before, they could ouly fliiuruout
a sort of vaguo idea that he wus "afllle-
ted" and so they took hi in under their
prucection, aud never allowed any
harm to como to him.
This guod littlo boy read all tho Sun
day school books ; they wero his great
est delight. This was tho whole secrot
of it. Ho believed In tho good littlo
boys they put in thn Sunday school
books; ho bad every coiilldenco In
them. Ho longed to como across one of
them alive, once ; but ho never did.
They nil died before his time, may be.
Whenever ho read about a particularly
good one, ho turned over quickly to llio
end to see what becamoof hltn, becauso
ho. wanted to travel thousands of miles
and gaze ou him ; but it va;ti't any
use; that good littlo boy always died
in tbo last chapter, and thero was a
ptcturo of tliu funeral, with all his rela
tions and tbo Sunday school children
standingaroutid tliegraveln pantaloons
that were too short, and bonnets that
were too large, and everybody crying
Into handkerchiefs that had as much as
a yard and a half of stuff in thorn. He
was always beaded off iu tills way. He
never could si o one of those good little
boys, on account of ilia always dying In
tho last chapter.
Jacob had a noble ambition to bo put in
a Sunday school book. Ho wanted to
ho put In, with pictures representing
li 1 in gloriously declining to lie to bis
mother, and she weeping for Joy about
it ; and pictures representing him stand
ing on tli door step giving a penny to
a poor begirar woman with six children
and telling her to speml it freely, bu'
not to be extravagant, becaus extr.iva-
ganco is a sin ; and pictures of him
magnanimously refusing to tell on the
bud 'my who always lay iu waltaroiuid
tho corner, as lie c.uiio from school, and
welted him over tho head wiili a lath,
aud then chimed him home, Miyitu.',
"111! hi I" as he proceeded. That wits
tho ambition of young Jacob Bllvens.
Ho wished to bo put In n Sunday school
book. It made him feel u littlo uncom
fortable sometimes whon ho reflected
that the good little hoys always died.
He loved to live, you know, and this
was the most unpleasant feature about
beluga Sunday school book boy. He
know it was not healthy to be good. He
know It was moro fatal than con-nun i-
tlon to bo so supernaturally good as tho
Doyn in tho hooks were; ho knew that
nono of them had over been able to
stand It long, and It pained him to
think that if they put him In a boi.k he
wouldn't ever teo It, or oven if they
did get tho book out before ho died, It
wouldn't bo popular without any pic
ture of hi funeral in the back part of
it. It couldn't bo much of a Sanday
pchnol book that couldn't tell about tho
advlco ho gavo to tho community when
ho was dying. So, at last, of course, ho
had to make up bis mind to do tho best
ho could under tho clrcumitaiices to
llvo right, and hang on ns long ns ho
could, and havo his dying tpeech all
ready when hl tlmn eamo.
But somehow nothing over went right
with this good littlo boy; nothing ever
turned nut with him tho way it turned
out with tho good littlo boys in tho
books. They always bad a good tlmo,
and tho had boys bad the broken legs;
but In his eae thPro was a screw loose
somewhero.and it all happened Just tho
other way. When ho found Jim Blnko
steal inir spplra. and went tinder the
tree to rend to him about tho bail little
boy who fell out of n nelchbor's apple
trpp, and hrolto his arm. Jim fell nut nf
tho treo too, hut ho fell on Mm anil
broke Am arm, and Jim wnsn't hurt at
all. Jacob couldn't understand that
Thero wasn't anything In the books
And once, when somobad bnv pushed
tt blind man over In the mud, and Ja
cob ran In help hi in ui nnd receivn his
blessing, Ihe blind man did not give
him any blessing at all but whacked
him over tho head with his stick and
said ho would llko to catcli him shoving
blin again and (hen protending to help
him up. This was not In neenrdnnco
with any of tho books. Jacob looked
them nil over to see.
Ono thing that Jacob wanted to do
was to find a lamn dog that hadn't any
pluco to stay, and was hungry and per
secuted, nnd bring him homo, and pet
him and bnvo that dog's ImperUhablo
gratitude. And at last ho found one,
nnd was happy ; nnd 1m brought him
homo nnd fed him, but when ho was
going to pet him, tbo dog flew nt him
and toro all tho clothes off him except
thosu that wero In front, and niado a
pectaclo of hi m that was astonishing,
llo examined nutboltles, hut ho could
not understand tho mnitcr. It was of
soino breed of (logo that was In tho
books, but It acted very differently
Whatever this boy did, ho got Into
trouble, Tho very things tho boys In
the books got -rowitrded for turned out
to bo tho most unprofitable things ho
could invest In.
Ouco when ho was on his way to
Sunday school ho saw soino bad boys
starting off pleasuring In a sail-boat.
Ho was filled with consternation, he
eauso ho know from his rending that
boys who went sailing on Sunday Inva
rlably got drowned. So ho ran out on
a raft to warn lhcm, but a log turnod
with blin and slid him Into tho river.
A man got him out pretty soon, nnd
the doctor pumped tho wator out of
hltn and gavo him u fresh start with
his elbows, but ho caught cold and lay
slik nine weeks. But tho most unac
countable thing nbout It was that tho
bad boys In tbo bot had n good time
all day, and then reached homo alive
and well, In the most surprising man
ner. Jacob Illtvou said thoro was
nothing llko theso things In tho books.
Ho was perfectly dumbfounded.
When ho got well ho was a littlo dla
couraged, but ho resolved to keep on
trying, anyhow. Ho know thntso far
his experience wouldn't do to go In a
book, but ho hadn't yet reached tho al
lotted term of life for good littlo bovs,
nnd ho hoped to bo able to make a rec
ord yet, if ho could hold on until his
timo was fully up. If everything cIpo
fulled, ho had his dying speech to fall
Ho examined his authorities, and
found t hat it wns now timo to go to sen
as a cabin boy. Ho called on a ship
captain and mndo his application, nnd
when tho captain asked for his recom
mendation ho proudly drew out a tract
and pointed to tho words: "To Jacob
Hllvons, from his affectionato teachor."
But tho captain was n coarse, vulgar
man, nnd ho said, "Oh, that bo blowcd;
that wasn't nny proof that ho know
how to wash dishes or handlo n slush
bucket, nnd ho guessed ho didn't want
him." This was altogether tho most
extraordinary thing that had over hap-
peneu to dacoo in nil his life. A com
pliment from A teacher, on a tract, had
never failed to move tbo tendcrcst emo
tions of ship cnptalns and open tho way
to all offlcss of honor and profit lu their
gift It never had In any book that ov
er ho had read. He could hardlv be-
llevo his senses.
This boy always had n hard tlmo of
it. Nothing over caino out accordlntr
to tho authorities with him. At Iat,
one day. when ho was around hunting
up Dad littlo boys to admonish, ho
found a lot of them in tho old iron
foundry fixing np a littlo joko on four
teen or fifteen dogs, which they had
tied together in lonir nrocesslon and
wero going to ornament with empty
nitro-glycorine cans made fast to their
trills. Jacob's heart was touched. Hosat
down on ono of thoso cans for honov
or minded greaso when duty was before
him and ho took hold of tho foremost
dog by tbo collar, and turned his reiirn-
ving eye upon wicked Tom Jones. But
just at that moment Alderman McWel
ter, full of wrath stopped In. All tho
bad boys ran away; hut Jacob Bliven.s
rose In conscious innocence, and began
nno of thoi-0 stately littlo Sund.iy school
bunk speeches, which always commence
with, "Oh, sir I" in dead opposition to
Ihe fact that no boy good or bad ever
starts a remark with "Oh, sir I" But
the Alderman never waited to hear tho
rest. Ho took Jacob Blivens by the
o.ir, and turned him mound, nnd hit
him a whack In tho rear with tho flat
of ids hand ; and In an Instant that
good littlu boy shot out through tho
roof and soared away towards tho sun,
with tho fragments of those fifteen dogs
stringing after him llko tho tall of n
kite. And thero wasn't a sign of that
Alderman or that old iron foundry left
on tho faco of tho earth ; and as for
young Jacob Blivens, ho novor got a
cbnnco to malto his last dying speech
nftci all his trouble fixing it up, unless
ho mndo it to tho birds; becauso al
though tho bulk of 14 in eamo down all
right lu a tree-top in an adjoining coun
ty, tho rest of him was apportioned
around among four townships, and so
they had to hold flvo Inquests on him
to find out whether ho was dead or not,
and how It occurred. You never saw n
boy scattered so.
Thus perished tho (jooil little boy who
did tho best ho could, but didn't como
out according to tbo books. Every boy
who over did ns bo did prospered except
him. His case is truly remarkable. It
will probably never bo accounted for.
OtiUviUetl Iij- a IVcgro.
An enterpri-ing business man of
Hartford runs two branches of trade, to
A grocery and fish market. The gro
cery ho attends himself, tho fish market
by a deputy, and overy ul'ht tho latter
makes returns of tho proceeds of tho
day's business to tho proprietor. A day
or two since, the grocer found In his
fish market returns a counterfeit flvo
dollar bill. Ho didn't llko to loio it,
und ho didn't quite want to tako tho
chances of trying to pa?s It. So he
called tin old ilnrUoy who was hanging
about tbo prcmUes and said to him :
"ri.im, hero's a flvo dollar bill that's n
littlo doubtful. If you'll tako It and
pass it, I'll glvo you a dollar of tbe
"Very well," siild Sam, and ho took
tho bill and wont off. Later In Ihu day
ho returned, having accomplished the
feat, und bunded over lour dollars in
good money to tho grocer.
That night grocer, lu counting tho
cash return from his llsh market, wus
moro surprised than dellghtod to flint
tho Identical flvo in tho pile.
"Look here," tuld he sharply to Ilia
fish market clerk, "hero's u counterfeit
bill who'd yo tako it of? didn't you
know 'twas had?"
Tho clerk took It and looked nt it a
"Oh yes," bald he, "I remember
now ; I took It from Sam, tho darkey.
1 thought it was a littlo doubtful, nnd
wumi'i going to tako It, but ho said ho
got It of you, so I thought it wus all
Further explanation was uuueces
sary. "An, parson, I wish I could tako my
gold with mo," said rich old Deacon
Swipes. ".It might melt If you did,"
quietly replied tbo parson.
DEM. - VOL. XXXIV NO. 13,
Atlvlco to Young I.mllc.
Now ladles, I will preach to you Just
n littlo sermon. I don't ofton preach,
but In this cenc, nothing but a sermon
Firstly you nro perfect ldiols to go
on In this way. Your bodies are tho
most beautiful of God's creations. In
tho Continental galleries, I always saw
groups of pooplo gathered about tho
pictures of women. It was not passion ;
the gazers wero just us likely to bo
women as men ; it was becauso of tho
wondrous beuuty of n woman's body.
Now, stand with mo ut my ofilco win
dow, und see u lady pass. There gnos
one! now isn't that a pretty loosing
object? A big hump, three big lumps,
u wlldermss of crimps and frills, u
hauling up of tho drtus heio nnd thero.
an enormous, hideous mass of false lialr
or bark piled on tbo top of her head,
surmounted by a little flat, ornamented
with bits of laco, birds tails, Ac. Tho
show windows tell us, nil day long, of
tho paddings, whalebones, and steel
springs which occupy most of tho spaco
within that outside rig.
In tho namo of the simple, sweet sen
timents which cluster about a home, 1
would ask, how Is u man to full In love
with such n plecoof compound, doubled
and twisted toncli-mo-not artificiality,
as you see in that wiggling curiosity?
becoudly with that wasp waist,
squeezing your lungs, stomach, liver,
und vital organs into one-half their
natural size, nnd with that long tall
dragging on tho ground, how cau any
man of sense, who knows llfu Is made
up of use, of service, of work, how can
ho tako such n artuer '! Ho must bo
desperato indeed to unlto himself with
such a fettered, half-brenthlng orna
ment. Thirdly Your bad dress nnd lack of
exercise, lead to bad health, nnd men
wisely fear that instead of a helpmate,
thoy would get an invalid to care for.
This bad health in you, Just as in mon,
makes tho mind us well as tbo body,
fuddled and effeminate. You havo no
power, no mugnetlbinl I know you
giggle freely untl uo big adjectives,
fluch as "splendid," "awful," but then
tills don't deceive us; we seo through
It nil. You uro superficial, affected,
silly ; you have havo nono of that wom
anly strength and warmth which are
so ussuring und attractive to man.
Why, you havo become so childish
and weak minded that you refuse to
wear decent tmuics even, and Insist
upou baby i. aiucs. Instead of Helen,
Margaret anil Elizabeth, you affect Nel
lie, Maggio and Lizzio. When iour
brothers wero babies you called them
Uobby, Dicky and Johnny, but when
they grow up to manhood, no moro ol
that tdlly trash, if you please. But
Know a woman of tweiity-llvo years,
aud she is as big us both of my grand
mothers put together, and her real
name is Catharine, und though her
brain is big enough to conductnfl'airs ol
State, she do s nothing but giggle, cov
er up her face with her fun, and exclaim
ouco in four minutes, "Duu't, now, you
aro real meau."
How cau a man propose a life-partnership
to buch a billy goose? My dear
girls, you must, if you wuuld get liu
bands, and decent onts, dress in plain,
ntat, becoming garments, und talk lit e
sensible, i m nesi sisters.
You say that tho most sensible mei
tirw crazy after these butterflies of iVst,.
ion. I beg your pardon, h m not so.
Oivaslonally a map of Brilliant biiccess
nmy marry one of theso silly, weak
women ; but to bay, as I huvo heard
women say a hundred times, that the
most scusiblo meu choose women with
out sense, is simply absurd. Nineteen
times in twenty, sensiblo men choose
sensible women. I grant you that in
company they aro very likely to chat
t nd toy with those overdressed and for
ward creatures, but they don't nsk
them to go to the altar with them.
Fourthly among the young men in
tho matrimonial market, only a very
small number uro Independently lich,
and In America such very rarely make
good husbands. But tho number ot
thoso who nro Just beginning in ilfe,
who are filled with a noble ambition.
who bnven future, Is very large. These
are worth having. But such will nut
they ((are not ask you to Join them,
while they bee you to Idle, silly, und so
gorgeously attired. Lot them seu that
you are Industrious, economical, with
habits that t-ecure health and strength,
that your Ufo Is honest and real, that
you would bo willing to !kgiti at the
beginning In life with the man you
would consent to marry, then marriage
would becomo tbo rule, and not as now,
tho exception. Dr. Dlo I.ewit.
Which In tho Weaker Sex f
Females aro called tho weaker hex
but why? If they are not strong, who
is? When men must wrap themselves
in thick garments, and Incv-o tho whole
in a slout overcoat to shut out tho cold,
women In thin silk duses, with tho
nccs and shoulders bare, or nearly so,
ly that they uro perfectly comfortable
hen men wear water proof booth
over woolen hose, ami inea-o tho whole
in Indian rubber to keep tliem from
freezing, women wear thin ilk hose
nnd cloth shoes, and pretend not to feel
tho cold. When men cover their heads
with furs) and then icomplaln of tin
severity of tho weather, women half
cover their bends with straw bonnet
and rido twenty miles In an op?n sleigh,
facing a cold northwester, and pretend
not to stiller at all, They eau hit, too,
by men who smell of rum aud tob.icci
smoke, enough to puis, in a whole houso,
aud not appear mom annoyed than
though they were sitting by it mam
moth boquet of roses. Year ufttr year
thoy can boar abuses of nil sorts frojii
drunken husbands, as though their
strength was mndo of irou, And then
is not woman's mental strength greater
than man's? Can she nntomluro suffer
Ings that would bow tho stoutest man
to tho earth? Call not woman tho
weaker vessel; for had shu not been
stronger than man tho race would havo
long since been extinct.
" I'm off when you talk of working?"
J as tho cork said to tho ginger-pop.
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rfciv Health .Maxima.
Dr. Dlo Lewis pronounces somo rath
startllng propositions in his book on
Potatoes, both Irish and sweet, ar'
very poor things for brains ami nuncio.
Tho common notion that our heallli
und llfu depend upon a mysterious)
Provldeneo Is downright lufldellty. A
child goes out of a hot room with na
ked arms und kya In pursuit of its dal
ly supply of poisoned camlle, nnd then
dies of croup. Is that a mysterious
Provldeneo? If a man Indulges him.
self until ho gets the gout, and disease
attacks his heart and kills him, Is bis
tleuth n mystery ?
Tho reason that tbo American pooplo
aro such dyspeptic.) Is that they eat nnd
drink so much, und eat and drink so
Tho teeth will not decay If tlu-y am
kept clean. A' tooth brush is a good
thine, but ono good tooth pick la worth
uu armful of tooth brushes. There lu
gentleman now living In New York
city who has threo beautllul Iront teetb.
which ho purchased from tho mouth of
an Irishman. His owu teeth were re
moved nt.d instantly Patrick's were
Tho word blliousncm is a sort of re
spectable cover for plggishne3a. People
aro not bilious who cut what they
The Greek and Roman armies cat but
onco a duy.
i no common impression mat toma
toes nro tho healthiest of all vegetables
is a mistake. If e.iteu at all, It should
be with great moderation, and never
raw. Tomatoes havo sometimes pro
duced salivation. Dr. Lewis knew a
young woman who had lost all her
leeth from excessive eating of toma
toes. Pies and cakes are poisonous.
To healthy persons mineral waters
are not wholesome.
Corsets aro most injurious to diges
tion. Their use finally results In an
Immense and very ugly protuberance
of tho abdomen.
Thoso who suffer from heartburn
should avoid soups, drink nothing at
meals, say "No, thank you," to plea
and cakes nnd go without supper.
If you wish to llvo to eighty-five, la
the full enjoyment of nil your faculties,
go to bed at nino o'clock and eat twice
a day a moderate quantity of plain
Test or Chahactkr,. A great ma
ny admirable acts aro overlooked by
us, because they aro so littlo and com
mon. Take, for Instance, tho mother,
who lias had broken slumber, if any at
all, with tbo nursing babo whoso wants
must not bo disregarded ; sho would
fain sleep awhile when tho breakfast
houi comes, but patiently and uncom
plainingly sho taUos her timely seat at
the table. Though exhausted und wea
ry, serving all with a refreshing cup of
lea or utifleo liolbie sho sips it herself,
and ofien ihu cup Is handed back to bo
lelllled before shu has had tlmo to las In
D.i you hear hor complain tho we.
ry mother, that her breakfast is i-.iht
before she bus timo to oat it? And tills
Is not fi r one, but every morning, per
haps, iu tbo year. Do you call th.sa
duikU thing? Try it and see. Oh, 1 iw
j dn"s woman shame us by her forb ar
ea nnd fortitude In what are Cuilod
e things ! Ah I It Is theho little
ilu ys which nro tests of character; it
is b.,- tiieseliltluself-denlals, borno with
such tu'lf-Drgotton gentleness, that tho
humblest home Is mado beautiful to thn
eyes of unguis, though wo fail to seo it,
alas! until tho chair is vacant and the
hand which kept In motion all this do
mestic machinery Is powerless and
i old -lCxchnnge,
Toasts and Sentiments. May tho
honest heart uover know distress.
May wo ho slaves to nothing but our
May earo he c stranger whero virtue
May hemp bind Ihoso whom honor
May our prudence socuro us friends,
hut enable us to llvo without their as
May sentiment never bo sacrificed by
tho tonguo of deceit.
May our happiness bo sincere and our
"May tho smiles of conjugal felicity
compeiisato the frowns of fortune.
May tho tear of sensibility uover cea-o
May tho road of preferment bo found
by nono but tho-o who deservo it, , ''
May thn liberal hand find froo nccess
to tbo purso of plenty.
May tbo Impulso nf gonoroslty never
be checked by tho pnwor of necisslty.
Mny wo nhvays forget when wo for-
glvo an Injury.
May tnu reeling heart possess tno lor
ttino tho miser abnse.
May wii draw upon content for tho
deficiencies of fortune.
May hope bo thy physician when ca
lamity is the disease.
May tbo single bo married, and mar
To MAKrt Papep. Tbanspakent.-
Artists, architects, land surveyors, and
all who havo o-caslon to mako uo of
tracing paper In their professional du
tlis, will bo glad to know that any pa
per cupahlo of tho transfer of a drawing
in ordinary Ink, pencil or water colors,
and that even a stout drawing paper,
can bu made as transparent as tho thin,
yellowish paper at present used for tra
cing purposes, The liquid used Is ben
zine. If tho paper Iw dampened wl'h
puru and fresh iliitllli d lenxlne, It ut
unco assume.! a transparency, and per
mits of Ihe tracliiftbelng mndo, and of
ink or wait r colors being u-ed on its
urf.ico without "running." Tho paper
resuuiis. Its opacity us the benzlno evap
orates, and If the drawing is not com
pleted, tho requisite portion of tho pa
per must Do again dampened with tho
boiizluo. Tho transparent calico, on
wh'ch Ind&crlbublo tracings can be
made, was a most vuluublo invention,
and this new discovery of tho property
of benzlno will provo of further service
to tho many branches of the art piofe
slou, In allowing thu use of stiff paper
whero formerly only light tissue rwiKl