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OJICJIHU I'WMOOIUT, MAn Of TIIK NOIltll AND (OUT).
Issued wcekl , every rrlilny morning, nt
IILOOMSIICItO, COI.PMMA COUNTY, l'A.
At rivo lUM.vus per jcnr, pa abln lu ndvancc, or
ilirliU tin year. Attcr tlw expiration nt tho j car,
s.i) iw charged. To subscrltiers out ot Uin
c'j'inty tlnternts nr.i llpor t ear strictly In advance
ij.itlfhitpall In nJfanco anil j.ua it payment
No in wr dltioatliu-JJ, except nt tlio option of (ho
IMblls'ior, until all arrearages am paid, but long
continue! credits utter tho expiration of tlio lirst
yearivlll n t lu given.
Alipaporsseiuoutof tlio S n e, or 10 distant post
onio oi, must bo paid Mr In advance, unless a respon
sible person In Columbia county assumes to pai tlio
suhsirlptlon duo on demand.
pus i' AUK Is no longer exacted from subscribers In
Tin! .tobMntr Department ot tlio Columbian Is very
co nplco. and our .lob 1'rlntliir will eomparo tnvor
a ily vvl li Uiat ot lie largo i Hies. All work done on
il 'maud, nea li mid nt mudcratu prices.
Columbia County Official Diroctory.
President .ludiro William I'.lwclt.
Associate .ludrfos-Irain Dorr, Isaac S. Monroo.
IVothonotarv, Ae.-lt. t'rank Zarr.
lteiristcr.t lieeorder-Mlllainsoti II, Jacoby.
District Attorn JVIohn M, Clark.
surva.or ls.no Hewitt.
rcas'irer lohn tt der.
Onmlssloncr.) -William Uwton, John Herner,
"commissioners' Clerk -William Krlekbaum.
Autltors-t'. .I.Campbcl', M. K. Smith, DaMd ost.
Jury Commissioners lacob II. 1-rltz, William II.
"count.- SuivMliitendent-WI Ham II. Snyder.
llluoui Poor DIstilot-Dlrectors-o. 1'. Knt.Sco't,
Win. Kramer. nwomsbunr nml Thomas t'rovellng-,
(o t, o. 1'. lint, Secretary.
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
Illoomiburj Uanklnjr Company .lohn . I'uns'.on,
I'resl.lein, II. II. iro z, Cashier.
l-'lrst Na lonal Hank Charles It. l'axlon, I resident
J, P. Tils In, Cashier.
Columbia Coumv Mit'ual Savin l-'und and Loan
AssoeU'lon-K. II. Mule, l'rcslden', O. W. Miller,
h,moi)iiHOuri llulldlmr andMavInu 1'und Association
Win. Peacock, l'iwld'-nt,.l. 11. Hublson, Secretary.
llloomsburir Mil tint Hatlm; l'uud Assorla Ion J
J llrowcr, Pre-dden', C. U. Darkley, Sccre'ury.
ltcv. J. P. Tns tn, (Supply.)
Sunday s.tvIcob-1"W a. m. and j p. m.
sund.i' schooi-u a. m. ....
Prater Mectliiif-Evcry Wednesday evening at a.y
8j.t s'lree. The public are I ntl cdlontteud.
ST. MATTHEW'S l.tTIIKHAN CllfllCll.
Minis er Itev, J. It. Williams.
sun lay Herv Icos-IOM a. 111. and 6i p. m.
sund.iv school On. m.
11-a erMeo linf-Kvery W ednesday evening nt OX
Seats free. No pow.s rented. All are welcome.
Minis er Itev. Stuart MP'jhell.
Sunday Services I" V 11. la. and dvj p. m.
Sunday School-9 a. m. ....
Pr.n er Mcu Ing-Ksery Wednesday evening at if
Seas free. No pews rented. Sirangcrs welcome.
MhTIIOIIIST EI'IM'OI'AI. CHCKCII.
Presiding Klder-Itev. N. S. llucklngham.
Minister Itev. J. II. Mcdarrah.
Sunday Serilecs-1 114 and C,S; f. in.
Sund.n School p. 111. ,
Hlblu cl.iss-Kverv Monday evenlngal ocloek.
Young Men's Prater Meo.lng-Evcry Tuesday
evening 111 &K o'clock.
Coner.il Prajer Mcctlng-Kvcrj- Thursday evening
at T o'clock.
Corner of Third and Iron streets.
Pastor Itev. T. llollmeler.
Ite.slJence-K.i-st street, near l'orks Hotel.
Sunday SerMces 10J' u. In. nnd G4 p. in.
Sunday School 3 a. m.
Prajer Meeting Saturday, 7 p. m.
All aru Im Ited There Is alw ays room,
sen Ices every Sunday afternoon at S o'clock at
Heller's church, .Madison township.
ST. I-AIX'S CHCKCII.
Itector-ltev. John Hewitt.
Sunday HeivlccH lu,1 a. m., C- p. m.
Sunday school 0 n. m.
l'lrst Sunday In tho month, Holy Communion.
Sertlccs preparatory to Communion on l'rlday
evening before tlio st Sunday In each month.
Pews rented : but everj bodv welcome.
Persons desiring to consult tho Itector on religious
mil Uts will ilud him at tho parsonage on Hock
SCI 1001 OKDICKS, blank, ju printisl ami
neatly bound In small books, n hand and
for siituaUlit) Columbian onice. eb 19, 1S75-II
"1 )I,ANK UKKDS, on l'arelir.i.-nt anil I.inen
I iMner. common and for Admlnls rators. Kxecu-
luisnnd trustees, for s.ilo cheap at tho coi.cuuian
MARIMAdE CEHTI I-'ICM
and for sale at the Coi.vmii
if the (lospel and Justices sh
1 CEHTI I'IC.VTKS ju.l iirinled
umiiian unice. .Minis-
(losnel and Justices should supply them
selves with these necessary articles.
TUSTlCKSanil Constables' I'ee-IIills for sale
ff ntthoCoLCMDiAN oniee. They contain me cor.
relrrl f.e ni ctnlilKlieil Itv the lust Act Of the I.eif
Islaturo upon the subject, ttery Justice and Con-
stable siiouiu nave one.
"ATKNOUK NOTES ju-t iirinte.1 ami for sale
cheap at tlio Columbian oftlce.
TAVII) bOWEXHEHG, Merchant Tailor
J Main St., aboto Central Hotel.
HOOTS AND SllOKS.
HKNHY KI.KIM, Manaracturer ami dealer
In boots ind shoes, gruccrlea, etc., Main St.,
I. nil lllooinsburg.
1.1 M. KNOOU. Denier in linots ami Shoes,
I J . latest and best styles, corner .Main and Market
streets, 111 1110 010 post omce.
CLOCKS, WATCHES, 4.0.
CH,HAV(!H, Dealer in Clocks, batches
, and Jewelry, Main St., Just below the central
OUIS ItEHXAHD, Watch ami Clock
X maker, near southeast corner Main andiron.
MILLINERY H FANCY OOODS.
IS8 M. DEHHICKSOX, Millinery and
Fancy Ooods, Slain St., uciow .Market.
Mtem.'CJ n,Mfr.W. Millinerf anil
Fancy Goods, Main stieet, below Central Hotel.
HC. 1I0WEH, Hats and Caps, Hoots ami
. Shoes, Main street, above Court Housi
SH. MlbbEH it SOX, dealer in Drv
. Hoods, groceries, queenswnrc, llour, salt,
shoes, notions, etc., Main street.
C( O. IIAHKbEY, Attoniey-nt-baw. Rooms II. c. HOWEIt, DENTIST,
, -1 and 8, Irower's building, M lloor. Hespectfully offers his professional sen lees to the
- ladles and gentlemen of lllooinsburg and tlclnlty.
DR. WM. M. REHEH, Surgeon and Plivsi- llelsprepaied to attend toall tho various operations
clan ontCB S E corner ltock and Market In the llueot his profession, and Is protlded wlththo
meets uuu.iumi latest lmproted 1 okcklain Tkkth, which will belli-
. sorted on gold plating, sliver and lubber base to
Tn inrive f ti c,,r,. .,,,.1 Pliv.l. look as well a Hie natural teeth. Teeth extracted
R. l'A Ab, M. IJ hurReon ami 1 Iijm - bJ the uctt mili lmtsl api,rou.a methods, and nil
. clan, north sldo ot .Main btreet, ;aboto J. K. uin-ratlonsou the teeth laietully and properly at-
Dyer s. tended to.
, onico a few doors above tho Court House, samo
Jit. McKEbVY, M. 1)., Surgeon ami I'liy- side. July ,'73
. slclan, north sldo Main street, below Marktt.
TH. HOI1ISOX, Attorney-at-batv. Ollice li would announce to tho cltlzensof Illooms
. In Hartman's building, Main street. LTfig and tlclnlty that he has Just receltedafull und
complete assortment of
QAMUEb JACOIiY, Marble ami IlroiMi w n i pti-i-'ii wts-tiow shadfs
O btone Works, East Illoomsburg, Derwlck road. W ALL 1 Al Kit, W INDOtt SHADhS,
TT"OSxTsT()CICM;o"H7r7over """ C0BW- S'
LI. Clark JS Wolfs Store, Main street. imd all other goods In his lino of business. All Iho
newest and most approved patterns ot the day aro
DR. lb C. IIOWEH, Surgeon Dentist, Main always to be found In his establishment, Main street,
St., above th Court House. i"lrU't- Jull, .
jVK5f&fc.fl ArUL0AN IROjST WORKS.
Centre streets. '
lj W Centre sti
IS. KUIIX, dealer ii. Meat, Tallow, etc.,
, Centra street, between Second and T;ilrd.
M. CIIRISTMAN, Saddle, Trunk and
Harness maker, suite's Block, Main street.
riIIOMAS WE11II, Confectionery ami Ilikery,
X wholesale and retail, Exchange Illock.
W. COREbb, Furniture Rooms, tliree
, stiry brick, Main street, west ot Market St.
DW. HOI1I1IXS, biipior ilealer, stond door
, from tuo northwest corner Malu andiron
THORNTON. Wall Paper. Window
shades and llxtures, Hupert block, Main st.
II. 1IEKR1XO, Carpenter ami builder,
, Slalu stieet below Pine,
1( n t Ml.YlAUnKb. lMivsIclnn nml
surgeon, Main street, next uoor tu uouu a ii"-
AVID HERRING, Flour nmUirit Mill,
and dealer in grain, mm wren
TAMES II. HA UMAX, Cabinet Maker and
ff undertaker, Main street, ueiuw rim-,
F. OMAN it Co., Wheelwright, first
door ubove school House,
ti. KNT, ilealer in Stoves ami Tinware in
all Its branches.
'DETER EXT. Miller, ami dealer in nil kind
j oi uruin, r lour, i i
FeuJ, Ac, AU kinds ot drain
fp W. EDGAR, SiMiuehauna Planing Mill
u.l ir.ii iiivAun,
iiiu'iii)u ' t t,rt
NEATLY ANUOIIEAVLY 1'IIINTIUJ, A'jf TJji: 00-
HENRY I. MKFFENIIACH,
r.iiuoit and pmii.iaiiicu.
ST. JOHN'S (i:riSCOI's.t.) CHURCH.
Itector Itev. John Hewitt.
SuiTday Sen lcej-3 o'clock p. m. every Sunday,
Sunday School 1:3.) p. in.
Holy Communion the second Sunday In tho month.
JQH. K. W. HUTTEH,
omce, on Main street,
MaM7,'Jl-y Catawlss.1, Pa.
y.M. I-. EYEHbY,
A 1 lUH.ll-. L-1,A ,
Collections promptly made and remitted, omce
opposite Catawlssa Deposit llauk, Gm-3S
r.i. 11. AllTlOTT, Attorney-at-Law, -Main
) I' DAbbMAX, .Mereli mt Tailor, Second
J t street, imbbins' building.
MO. A V. II. SIIOEMAKICH, Dealers in
a Dry (loods, Urocerlcs and Ueneral Merchan
JQH. A. b. TUHXEH,
l.AVll.A.M.l', 1111 1 l.l., ui.vujiniiuiti', 1 a.
omen over Kleltn's Dru Store, omce hours from
I to 4 p. m. for treatment of diseases ot tho Kye, Ear
ah cans nyut or day promptly attended to.
jyi. J. C. HUTTEH,
onice, North Market street,
Mar.27,'74-y lllooinsburg, Pa.
T-VH. II. V. OAHDXEH,
1'IIYSICIAN AND SUHOICON,
onico above J.Schujler li Son's Hardware Store.
Q V. MlbbEH,
Ail uit. r. i -a i -i.. n ,
Ofllce In Drawer's building, second lloor, room NO.
1. lllooinsburg, Pa. Julyl,T3 y
p H. A W.J.HUCKAbEW,
Olllce on Main Street, tlrst door below Court Houso
"1 V. it J. M. Cb.VHK,
' ATTOHN EVS. AT-LA W,
omco In Ents Hull Jlny.
A. CUBVKI.IMl SMITH. UKKVKY KWINU SMITH.
CHEVEblXO SMITH & SOX,
jr-.MI business entrusted to our caro will rcclcvc
prompt attention. Julyl,'73 y
C. B. BUOCKWAV.
0R0I10K K. KI.WELL.
!" HOCK WAY A EbWEbb,
t?"All business entrusted to our caro will receive
prompt attention. Scpt.11,'7 1 y
K. II. LITTLE.
KOB'T. K. L1TTLK.
II. & H. H. I.ITTbE,
ATTOHN E YS-AT-LA W,
tvilustncss before the U.S. Patent Ofllce attended
to. onice In the Columbian Dulldlng. ly as
Will practice In all tho courts of Columbia. SulII
van and Ucomlni.' counties. In tho Supremo com t ot
l'euus.Mtant.i, and lu the I'licult and District courts
ot tho I ntted States held at W aiusnort. Pa
Will be In his olllce In the Columbian bulldlnir.
loom No. 1, Illoomsburg, on Tuesdajs, Wednesdats
and 'Ihursdajsof each week; undln Denton on Mon
d.ns, l-'rld.i s and Saturdays, unless abienton pro-
icssiouai ousiuess, sept. istis,o.
I7HEAS HHOWX'S INSUHANCE AG EX
' CY, Uxchango Hotel, lllooinsburg, Pa.
.Utna, ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut... u.too.oou
Liverpool, Imdou and (I lobe
Fire Association. I'hllailelnhla..
. 10,0110, l)
.. l,loo ouo
Ameilcaii ot Philadelphia
aius oi iiaruoru
Wyoming, of Wilkes llarre
Farmers Mutual ot Dantllle
Home, New York
Cutting, cleaning and repairing promptly attended
to l'lisL Hooroter J. F. Ytldemaus Hardware store,
Illoomsburg, Pa. Jan. o, '75 tr
DANVILLE, MONTOUlt COUNTY, FA
WlbblAM II. LAW, Manufacltircr ot
tt'rom-ht Iron llrldires. Hollers. Gasholder.
Frames, Flooring and Doors, Farm dates and fenc
ing, also Wrought Iron Piping, Stacks and all kinds
lreprooi iiuuuuigs, miuukhv iruu uuuiiuk, (vim.,iu
ot Smith tt ork, sc. itepairs promptly aiieuucu iu,
N. II. Draw logs and Estimates supplied.
July 1, ls73-tf
"BLOO MSBUHG MNERYr
U. A. IIIlltlirVG
"I KSPECTFUbbY nnnoiinccs to tlio public
JV that ue lias reopeneu
(old stand) Illoomsburg, I'll., at tho
Forks ot tho Espy ami Light street
mails, where all ilesci
w.niiii.r ulll lm tmidc.ln the most
substantial and woikmanllko manner, nnd sold at
prices to sun llie nines, i uu iiojiicsi un uim
will at all times uu paid ior
Q It K UN HIDES
dt every desci Iptlon lu tlio country. The public pat-
ronaee Is resiH-cttully solicited.
lllooinsburg, .March la, isis-j
S. H. MILLER & SON
TT-AVE .II ST RECEIVED and areolleritu
ll r..ptii(, Htvi-rvinw nrlces one of tlio best as-
... - . . . . l.lll.-'I'U .... r.nu.., I fft, Ulltl. It
,...,..... ,,f m.miiiOmrtr. 'ihev aro ill new and lu
tho very latest stiles. Prices vary from KS cents to
ll.&o por jard. can ana see uiui.
Oct, l, Tl-tf,
TTtnsAT TtTtTflBa. THE NEW IRON
win ..ii -in in i.-j. -inn liestlrou Fence In the
World, for Lots, Cemeleiles, Ac. Send fur circular
to Wltkershain 4; Uro., luxB lliugo Ateuuo, ruua.
m Awtmna b. jnvunrBRV.
At tho old established bland of MOOltK & IMtO.,
NEXT DO It TO
HENDERSHOTT'S DRUG STORE,
Has Just opencil with a New, Fresh Stock ot
TEAS, COI'KEI'.S, SL'OAllI, SPICES
IMCKI.ES, SAUCE-WISH, HAM,
SHOUMIHH, CANNED FIIUIT9
VEllETAIU.m, At'., 40,
FOREIGN AM) DOMKSTIO
Fruits, Nuts and Contuctionnrics.
our goods h ive been boueht at HOT TOM , I'lll'-l,
andwtilbosolil at tho VlIllY I.ONV EMI POSHIIII.K
or exchanged tor prlmo articles ot
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
CAbb AXD KXAMIXU 0001)3 AXI)
Wo keep no book-all purchases CASH at tho time
of sale. Ily this strict cash system a
Saving of 10 to 20 per cent, is assured to
A share ot public patronage Is respectfully solic
N. J. HEXDEHSIIOTT.
lllooinsburg, March 19, 19"S-y
NEW 1MUS1C ST011E.
OPERA HOUSK, 3d ROOM,
13. H. STRICKLAND
Iiespecttully Informs tho public that he has opened
a New Music store. In tho Illoomsburg opera House,
on Centre street, below Main, where no keeps a full
MUSIC HOOKS, 40 ,
nlwas s on hand and for sale at tho lowest prices.
He Invites the patrons ot music to call andexamlno
REPAIRING AXD TUNING,
also attended to on demand. The public patronago
Is respectfully solicited. aprtl 0 '75-ly
State Normal School.
rpiIIS In-titiition ndoril-s tn Ktmlenls preiiannpt
I tor tho profession ot TLACiu.Mi, exeeiieui ia
ellltles forlmproiement In the most approvedineth
l.'nrtlu. nr.pnimnnil.iHnn nf Rtlldent-S dpslrtnt? nren-
aratlonfor College, or for Iho business r latlons of
tire, an Academic Department is urgaoi.eu, uuicit
auorus me most amine laciuues iui su uoiu.
Each course of study Is complete In Itself,
Superior advantages aro ottered tor lustiuctlou In
.ML.5ii. anu L.triiiurtiti..
Fall Session commences Wednesday, August SOth
1-all session closes Tuesday, iJeceinoerrcu.
Spring .se.-vslon eommences Wednesday, Dec. aotn.
s.r.rt,- ...slnn rinse 'l'uesd.iv. .lime Wth.
spring Teuu commences ttednesuay, .March 31st
Fuel and Washing, FockDoi-
laiis per week.
Tuition osk doi.i.ak ner week.
In .Model Schoo
orty to sixty cents per week.
Ktnripntu nrn niimitfed nf. ant time, and to and
course or stuuy ror which icey may ue iirupuieu. n
is ueiter, it possioie, to no present at. mo euiunit-uiiu-
iiieui oi u term, or a sessiou.
send tor a caiuioguo.
Applications for admission may bo addressed to
1)11. T. L. OIIISWOI.D,
COL. J. (1. FI1EEZE,
KEYSTONE CARRIAGE WORKS
S. CHOSSLKY lias on hand and for sale
i-apc-rlhaiillio cheapest, ror cash, or vv in
tor old Wagons on reasonable terms.
of every description both plain and fancy.
Portable Top Ilugglcs, opeu Iluggles, Plain and
mney riaiiorm spuug vvuguusuiiui iuui.iii.vwp
and made of pood material ami fully wan anted.
tilvo me a call ueioro piircuasmiT eisewnere, ils
not bo undersold. I el
I claim that 1 make tho best wag-
n.io fr.r ilirt li'iit inrinev.
at tho shortest notice, old springs welded and war
I also do paliiling, trimming anu re mirom tvurn,
ranted to stand or no pay,
ranted to stand or no pay. i in i xeu nig" a i in iu-
bio top buggy for any kluuor luuiuer, s-iui as nen
Inr-L-. nine. nsll. Hull btckorV 1111(1 TlOt
lucuurj turn iiuuui iu ,-iii,i,i I
eu at Hit suop uy uio iiisiui i-cuijiaij, -.,.. huh-
uaio uruers micu uuu .uiiiinj, ..v... , ....
pair! ascaaii. a. d. uituast.i.1.
BUGGY & OA II 11 LAG 13
HF. OMAN licrebv inrnnns tho ptiblii
. that ho has cnteied H'llo co-partnership It li
his biuther.U. L. Oman, aud that the business III
hereatu-r be conducted under Iho linu tiaino of
ii. r. o.iia & imoTiiiut.
They will have on hand or manufacture to order
anc every Udng tn tliclr lino of business, of the best
material und most complete workmanship, and at
"i low as can bo afforded.
ihare u I'ubtie fatronaijt U r;u(y
11, F. OMAN llltoniUlt,
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at this Oflico
ON SIIORTfiST NOTIOK AND AT THK
MOST 11EAS0NAI1LE TERMS,
BLOOMSEURG, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 7. 1875.
HAV1X0 rcsiimeil llie liusiness of Merclian
discing at his old store, on
MAIN STKBKT, ItbOOMHIlUHO,
NKAU THK IOIIKS IIOTkL,
DeMrcslo call tho attention of his Friends and the
Public generally,o Ids
NEW, FULI, AND VAItlED
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits a share ot public patronago
111S STOCK CONSISTS OF
UOOTS A; SHOES,
FI.OUU AND FEED.
In connection with his stock ot Mtrenandlso he
cousdantly keeps on hand In iU yard.
A FULL STOCK OF
AND SII1N0LES0F HIS MANUFACTUUE.
Bill Lumber made a speciality.
CALL AND SEC.
Oct. S, 1873 tf.
Iron Street, between Main and Viird Streets
1 I.I, kinds ot Furniture made to order nml
f broken furniture neatly repaired. The quality
in.. i nrl..i nf lik uiirl; ulll enmnaro st 1th auv tha
can bo produced ami lie rcspeciiuuy solicits u snare
of puonc patronage.
Will be caretully and nromptly attended to. When
called upon during any hour ot the day or night he
w 111 at once respond and lay out mo ilo.iu. ttnen
female help lu such cases is desired ho w 111 furnish
Ready Made Coffins
both ot WOOD nnd METAI.I.IO WAHF. nlwajs on
Hand. He Is nlso the the sole proprietor in iiiooius-btu-g
and surrounding dlsti lets for
Taylor's Patent Corps Preserver
Ily which a corpse may bo surely and carefully pro
served In Icu fur anydeslrnblo length ot time. Tho
gth ot t
use of tho Preserver may bo obtained from nun at
any time, scarfs. Shrouds, fl.oves and .Mourning
for Doors furnished when lcqucsted. Also, IIEAI1SE
and CONVEYANCES furnished
EGrlttmember he U a Iteimlar Undertaker
and thoroughly underttandt hit Intsinsi. lie
will not oe umtmoiu by ant in jiioomwury or
in the county. ROIIKRT ROAN.
A CHEAT STRIDE!
Up nml Over Old Mi'UkxIm found
to he I'aullj , or olijecliun-ahli-,
A NEW AND VASTLY ADVANTAGEOUS
PLAN IIER2HY ADOI'TED HY
At their Works in Bloonniburg,
Pnntipriv lunnmslium Iron and Mauufacturlne;
compaiiM, tvhei-o will bo kept constantly on baud a
largo irisuriineiiL oi .
lVlillo and n d Auh Intlnacltc
FOlt DOMESTIC PUltl'OSES, AND
CUI'ULO, HLACKS.M1TII AND MTUMIX-
at prices to suit the trade. All Coal specially pro-
p.ueu ueiuie ivu.iii,, mu tuiu. ,iuu
Plows and Threshing Machines,
aud all kinds ot
Casting and Machino Work.
HEI'AIItlNO proinptlv attended to. They would
respectfully solicit tho Patronage of the Public.
U. .M. J. K. l.OCKAUD,
Jau. 8, '75 ly Illoomsburg, l'u.
GLAZING AND PAPERING
V. HODINIC. Iron Street Iielow sec
oud, illoomsburg, l'u., Is prepared to do al
In Iho best styles, at lowest prices, and at short
Pai ties having such wor todowll bavo money by
work warranted to glvo satisfaction. Order
WM, V. I10DINE.
Mar. o, '14-ly.
KI.I.KU & HARTLEY,
Notions, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, &c,
Coitell's Dulldlng, Main Street, below Market,
March ue, 1STS-3U1
Irna leinoted to Iron street, second door abnto tho
I Iteformed Church.whei o he w 111 bo pleased to sisj
all liLs old friend and new customeis, und servo
tueni wlUi fcaU-Jawllou, AU wou ttiurantett. u-jr
"WIFE, tllllil)ltKNANI) FIllKNDS."
When tho black-lettered list to tho (rods was rrc
ftenteil Tho list of what fato for carh mortal Intends
A f llm Irtiuf Hlrltiif r,f 111 f L-Iiwl trnddPH-i releliteil.
anil Slipped in tiiuiurcu oicssiubs nue, ciniuii.-ii
In vain surly Pluto maintained ho was cheated,
For .lustlen dlttno could not comnass Its ends !
The scheme of man's pcnaice was defeated,
roreariii oecomes iieaven huh line, cinureu uuu
If Iho stock of our bliss Is In stranito hands vested,
Tho fund, Ill-secured, oft In bankruptcy ends,
Hut the heart Issues bills which are never protested.
When drawn on the Hrm of-ttlfe, children and
Tliotiff'i valor still Blows In his life's d Inif embcr.s,
Drous a tear of ret-iet as hu dtlns; remembers,
rue ueaiii-wounoeu tar, t no nis colors ucicmis,
low oiest was ins
homo wtlli-wlfe, children nnd
Thosol.Mer whoso deeds live Immortal In story,
w liDtn i ii t i r.ir distant latitudes semis,
With tr.i'iKpo, I. would barter old nuesof nlory,
For on- aappj d ly with wife, children oud friend).
Thou',''.i s.'i ! bre ithlnir Biles on his caravan hover,
rii'iiuu i.ir nun .traoi.i s ir.iirrance asi-enus,
Tho ni'le ant still thinks 01 tho woodbines that cov
er Tho bower whero ho sat with wife, children nnd
The daysprlnit ot youth, Mill unclouded by sorrow,
Alone ior usen ior enjoyment iu-h-iius ;
Hut drear Is tlio twtllL-lit 01 n.re. If It borrow-
No warmth from Iho snitlo ot wife, children nnd
It the breath of renown ever freshen and nourish
Tim laurel it htell o'er the dend f.itorlto bends !
O'er mo wato the willow and lonif may It nourish
lieueweu wuu me icars oi wne, euuurcn anu menus.
Dark Is tho night, and fitful and drearily
uusiies me Winn, ukc me watcs oi inesea;
Llttlo care I, as hero I stmt cheerily.
Wife at my fide, and baby on knee,
Klnjf, kiln;, crown mo the kin,;.
Homo Is tho kingdom, and lote Is kin,;.
Flulics tho lovcllslit, Increislnff tho p;lory
Heamlmr from bright eyes, with warmth ot tho
Telllni? of trust and content tho sweet story,
Lifting tho shadows that over us roll.
Klmr, klnj, crown mj tlio klinr,
Homo Is tho kingdom, nnd love Is tho kin?.
ltlcher than a miser, with perishing treasure.
Served with a service nocoiepiest could bilng,
Happy wltti foituno that words cannot measure,
Ltght-hearted I on tho hearth-stone can sing,
King, king, crown me the king,
Homo is the kingdom, and love Is the king.
1'lluVKUISS FOK nVEUYllUDV.
FEW OF THE 11ES10UT OF SEVENTY
The fact that more than seventy thousand
proverbs lmvebecn perpetuated, anil lit ninny
cases originated by the pcoplcof Europe and
America, proves, without counting those at
tributed to other nation, that these expres
sions of practical truths have lost none of
the prestige of those diy.s when Plato, Plu
tarch, Aristotle and other philosophers re
garded their study as honorable, and classed
them among undeniable testimonies of es
tablished principle. Even Solomon, the
most learned of the learned, avoided all pos
sibility of any doubt as to his opinion on tho
subject, by compiling a book which pro
claimed to all the world that "a proverb is
an interpretation of the wise."
Many of the-e familiar sayings wo use in
our everyday conversation, without having
tho slightest knowledge of theirorigm, their
early application, the countless ages through
which they have come to us, or tho dillerent
nations to whom they have conveyed the
We luivo a notable examplo of age and
universality in the world-wide proverb which
takes for its text the benefit arising from
the observing of early hours. This dates
further back than tho patience of man has
allowed him to pursue it, and our language
is usually poured into the cars of youthful
sluggards by thrifty parents in the couplet:
"Dai ly to bed and eai ly to rise,
Will make you healthy, wealthy and wise
this proving more seductive with its literal
promises, which come within tlio comprehen
sion of a child'smind.than the ligurative ono
of the Scotch : "The early bird catches the
"Ho that was born to be hanged will nev
er be drowned," is repeated by every known
tongue, the Scotcli conveying tho idea in
"Tlio water will ne'er defraud tho woo'lio o
its due;" and the Danes intensifying it with
"Ho that is to bo hanged will never be
drowned, unless the water goes over tlio gal
lows." Tlio Dutch say, "What belongs to
the raven does not drown ;" and tho Ital
ians, "A villain may ilaneo without danger
on the river."
Tho old Hebrew maxim, "Ono bird in the
net is better than a hundred Hying," has
been clothed in English in tho lines:
"Ono bird tn tho hand Is belter far,
Than two that lu tlio bushes arc,"
which is often used in the contracted form of,
"A bird in tho hand is worth two in the
The Scotch mako even a greater difference
iu tho value of tho object possessed and
those in anticipation than tho sayings al
ready quoted, with tho proverb, "Ao bird i'
the hand is worth ten flying."
The idea running through tlieso has sug
gested numerous other sayings, dilleringonly
iu tho figures used, as tlio advice, "Never
count your chickens until they uro hatched ;"
or, a little less vulgarly put, "lSelter havo an
egg to-day than u hen to-morrow." "Chang
ing tho figure again, but retaining the first
idea, wo have, "A living dog is better than
a dead lion."
In cluso connection with these maxims,
which aro full of abjurations for improving
present benefits, is the Danes' expression of
the shortness of life, in their proverb, "to
day, gold to-morrow, dirt."
Tho I' inlanders re.-qicet tho sentiment nt
this last in, "To-day well to-inorrmv cold
iu the mouth." Ftotn the same source comes
tlio most sensible suggestion, "Iletter bend
tho neck than bruise tho forehead,'
Tho Spanish proverb, "Four eyes aro bet
ter than two," becomes in England aud
America, "Two heads aro better than ono :"
while tho same thought pervades a saying
common in Venice, that "Pope and peasant
know more than Popo alone,"
Tho Latin proverb by Erasmus
"That same man that runneth awalo
May again light another dalo ;"
though containing dubious consolation for
those who havo not proven themselves over-
bravo in the strife, is reproduced by Duller
In "Htidibras," and reads somewhat us fol
Tor those that Ily may light again,
Which ho can never do that's slain,"
To Oliver Goldsmith is given tho credit
of tho most ommon version now iu Use of
this truth, though I do not recall tho connec
tion in which ho introduced it. While fa
miliar to nil, it is hero quoted for tlio sako
"He who tights, and runs away,
May live to light another day,"
Plutarch relates, iu lil.s lifo of Einilltis
Puiilus, tho origin of "Whomtlioshoo pinch
es j" und "thereby hangs a tale," which in
forms us that this worthy man, without uuy
uppurcut cause, obtained u divorce from his
wife. This strango proceeding naturally as
tonished his friends, who knew tho discard
ed person only ns a inot worthy and excel
lent woman, and who, with ono nccord, bo
gnn questioning Emillus as to his motives.
f lie cautious man, without satisfying their
curiosity In the least reproved their doubts
ns to the wUilom of his action in tho matter
by in turn asking them to point out "whero
tho shoe pinches;" nt tho samo timo holding
up for inpsectlon ouo of his feet, which was
clothed lu a new nnd seemingly well-fitting
Tlio Scotch havo repeated his spirit in
their Paying, "I wot weel whar my niu shoes
uirl me, aud llm 1' reach In "None knowso
well where tho boot blndi ns the wearer."
"All Is not gold that glitters," wo read in
tho "Merchant of Venice; or, turning to
Chaucer's "Yeoman's Tale," the same is
"Hut all things tt hlcli that shlneth as the gold,
No Is no gold ns I havo herd It told "
Spencer, in "Tho I-'acre Qtteenc," furnish
es still another variation: "Wo find alias
they say, that glitters is not gold."
Tom Mooro cheerfully sang, in reply to a
friends admonitory, "You know not what a
day may bring forth :"
"To-d ly, at least then, to-day bo gay,
Whatever to-morrow brings,"
Which, doubtless, shocked tho would-be
monitor, though, on tho whole, was certain
ly a most healthful view of tlio mailer; for,
as an English proverb assures those who aro
always on tho alert for trials and tribula
tions, "He is truly miserable who feels sor
row, but twico so who ftars it before it
comes;" or, as tho Persians tersely put it,
"There is no use in crossing a bridge until
you come to it."
lien. Franklin gaveus many sensible prov
erbs, among which arc conspicuous, "Three
moves tis bad as fire ;" also, "Clod helps those
who help themselves," and
"Vessels largo may venture more,
"Hut llttlo boats should keep near the shore."
Yet few, or none were original with Frank
lin, but rc-drcssctl.
"Old friends liro bet," John Sheldon told
the world three hundred years ago. Gold
smith repeated the sentiment when ho said:
"I love everything that's old old friends,
old maimers, old books, old wine;" and one
of our modern poets tells those who live nt
the present time to
"Lay this Into your bre ist :
Olil friends j llko old swords, still are trusted tho
" There is no great loss without some small
gain," and "It's an ill wind that blows no
body any good, ' havo their equivalents in
Franco in the very popular saying, "Mis
fortune is good for something," and in the
paniard's equally plii!osophicalone,"Therc
is no ill but comes of good."
In English wo find, "It is an easy thing
to bear the sorrows of another ;" in the Span
ish it becomes, "Another's care hangs by a
hair;" while tho French have it, "Another's
ill is lm n dream," and, "We all have for
titude enough to endure the woesof others."
The Italians expre-s the same thought in
"One does not feel five hundred blows on
tho back of another," and the Russians in
The burden is light on tlio shoulders of an
Haste makes waste" is derived from an
old Latin proverb which, in substance, im
plies "The more haste the more waste. I he
Italians as,ert that "Quickly and well fit not
together; while tho (jcrmans advise," larry
i little that you may mako your end the
-ooner." With the Scotcli the proverb be
comes, "He that rules ere lie no reauy wants
somen' his graith" (equipage).
Applying haste and its ill effects to wed
lock, wo havo iu the English, "Marry in
ha-te, repent at leisiiro;" ami inthe French,
"Wedlock rides in tho saddle, and repent
ance on the croup."
Tho unst:ib!cne-s of worldly possessions
expressed in the proverb, "To-day me, to
morrow it belongs to you," is derived from
tlio Latin, as aro: "A woman cither loves or
hates;" "Ho who gives promptly gives twice
as much ;" "All things are good with tho
good;" this last suggesting tho better known
saying, "To the pure all things aro pure. '
The Latin "Too much of one good thing is
good for nothing," clashes, proverbs of dif
ferent nations frequently do, with tho Eu
glisli, "Too much of any good thing is not
enough ;" the French, "There is not enough
if there is not too much;" and the Scotch
maxim. "Thero is nicr enoush if there'i
Among the Spanish phrases which assis
in swelling tlio li-t of familiar proverbs are
"Thero is no fence aL'.iinst fortune;" "A Ho
lias short legs ;" " Hotter be n fool than obsti
It is quite probable the last quoted owes
its origin to a Latin maxim, which says.
"God sends fools fortune ;" as also may the
Spaniards' cxpre.-sion, "The mother of Goi
appears to fools ;" and tlio Oermans' "l-or
tune and women arc fond of fools."
Tho Italians, who aro rich in this sort o
love, fiave given us many of our most sug
gestive proverbs. "Who answers suddenly
knows little;" "Poverty is tho mother of all
arts;" "Speak the truth and shame tho dev
il;" "Commend a wife but remain a bach
elor," being all translations from their lan
guage. Wo also borrow extensively from tlio
French, "Ho that wauls health wants every
thing;" "To laugh iu one's sleeve;" "No
pains, no gains;" "Seeing is believing;"
"Love me, love my dog," and "Thero is no
worse water than that which sleeps." Tills
we have converted into "Still waters arc
deep," whilo before cither saying was found,
the ancients talked of the same matter when
they said, "Tho deepest river flows with tho
lu'iniaii proveibs, llko their love-songs,
are full of worth aud beauty, "Speech is sil
ver, sllenco Is gold," being a fair illustra
"A bawbeo cat may look at a king;" "A
man at live may boa fool at fifteen;" "Auld
men aro twice bairns;" "Hlood's thicker than
water;" und "A faint heart never won a fair
lady," betray tho Scotchman's thought
Solomon, who early gave tho world such a
fund of proverbs, rarely receives credit for
tho same. Many havo became woudrously
familiar without taking tho starting place,
Among these Dible quotations, attributed to
Shakspcare, Thomas A. lvcmpls and others,
are: "Tho hcatt knowctU its own bitter
ness;" "A soft answer turneth away wrath ;"
"A word fitly spoken Is llko apples of gold
iu pictures of silver;" "Faithful aro tho
wounds of a friend," etc,
On tho other hand theso samo nuthors aro
often robbed of their deserts and their beau
tlful thoughts accredited to tho good book;
us, for Instance, "God tempera tho wind to
to tho shorn lamb," which originated with
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Sterne, though rnfcly associated with his
Again, "Man proposes, but God disposes,"
words iu tho hearts and mouths of all ap
propriated by Thomas A. Kcmpls, and also
found among the Spanish maxims.
Chinese Ilnnk Ulll.
Paper money is well known to have been
iu uso in China from a very early period.
The native banks of Fiichnufit aro quite nu
merous, and tho bank bills In uo are noted
for their unique appearance, and fur difficul
ty with which they are counterfeited Tho
banks are not under government Inspection
or control, Any individual who has tho
capital, or any company of individuals who
can furnish tho necessary funds may estab
lish a bank nnd issuo bills, without getting a
charter, or applying for any kind of permis
sion from tho government. The outline of
tho bill, with various devices to make coun
terfeiting difficult, is engraved neatly on a
solid block of brass in the case of wealthy
banks ; poor proprietors of banks use hard
wood instead of brass, Tho right-hand mar
gin is made an inch or more wider lli iu the
left-hand margin of tho block of brass or
wood. Tho value of the bill nnd tho day
of issue arc filled in with tho pen, and one or
more words to facilitate tho detection of a
counterfeit. Various stamps, large or small,
round or square or oblong, some of which
aro very curiously and elaborately engraved,
arc impressed on different part of the bill,
using red or blue ink, These add very much
to the neat and handsome appearance of the
note, and are believed usually to havo some
secret and privato mark. From these and
other causes, tho notes aro very difficult to
imitato with precision and exactness by
counterfeiters. Hut perhaps tho use which is
made of tho wide margin furnishes the great
est security against counterfeiting. On this
margin there aro stamped or written various
words, phrases, or sentences, before the
ill is cut off or trimmed and put into circu
lation. When everything is ready, theso
stamped or written sentences or phrases aro
cut through by a sharp knife, leaving the
ght-hand margin of tho bill, about the
same width a? tho left-hand, though it pre
sents a very dillerent appearance. Of course,
tlio eugo of the right-hand margin of tho
bill, aud thoedge of tho paper which was cut
oil' from it will precisely match each other,
but, as the sentences havo been cut into two
arts, part of the words nnd stamps will boon
tho bill, and part on tho slip of paper cutoff.
hese slips arc all carefully kept in a book
form ready for reference, each slip contain
ing tho value, date, and privato marks of a
ill for payment, if there is tho least doubt
f its genuine, reference is made to the cor
responding proof-slip, and the banker or his
lerks know immediately whether it is genu-
ino or counterfeit. A successful imitation
of the written sentences and words, tho blue
and red stamps, which aro found on the
right margin of a bank bill, and which have
been cut through a line parallel with the
eft-hand margin, it is almost impossible to
make so exact, precise and minute as to fit
the preserved proof-slip.
What is Loveliness'
It is not in pearl powder, nor in golden
hair dye, nor in jewelry. It cannot be got
in a bottle or in a box. It is pleasant to be
handsome ; but all beauty is not prettiness.
Thero is a higher beauty that makes us love
peoplo tenderly. Eyes, nose, hair or skin
never did that yet; though it is pleasing to
sec fine features. What you are will make
your faco ever for you iu the end, whether
nature has made it plain or pretty. Good
peoplo aro never ill-looking. Whatever
their faces may be, an amiable expression
atones for nil. If they can bo cheerful also
no one will love them tho less because their
features arc not regular, or because they arc
too mi, or ioo iu.:i, too pn.e, or too nark.
., . - -i - i
wmivaiion ot mo mint! auus another cuarm
to their faces, and, on the whole, if any girl
is desirous of being liked by the many and
loved by the one, it is moro in her power
than sho may believe to accomplish that ob-
ject. Cosmetics will not accomplish il, how-
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ut er. senner w in nnu uress : iiiuuiiu a tt o-
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man tvuo noes not uress uccomiiigiy wrongs
herself. Forced smiles and alleeted amia-
bility will be of no avail; but if sho can
manago to feel kindly to everybody, not to
be jealous, not to be cross, to be happy if
possible, and to encourage contentment, then
something will come into her face that will
outlast youth s roses, nnd gain her not only
a husband but a life-long lover.
"Arbor Hay." .
The second AVednesday in April, is known
as "Arbor Day" in Nebraska, and is set
aside specially for tlio planting of trees,
Tho farmers on tho treeless prairies were
taught by sad experience that the only way
to bring a proper quantity of rain aud to
protect themselves from the fierce sweep of
tlio desolating summer tornadoes and the
cutting winter blasts, was to plant trees and
raiso forests as rapidly as possible. For this
purposo ono day iu each year is set apart,
and young and old engage in the work of
platiting trees. As In Ezypt and in parts of
France, this system lias been successful,
althoii!ih in Nebraska It has not yet had full
timo to show its usefulness. Iu the mean-
limn llm neonle nf tho Middle and Eastern
States continue to destroy their timber in the
most reckless manner, apparently heedless
of the fact that dry summers and autumns,
severe winters and disastrous spring floods,
are the natural result. 1 he time may yet
come when all theso States will be obliged
to have their own "Arbor Days" lo preserve
their laud from barrenness and desolation.
G HUMAN" I'isovkp.iis, God is evcryvvheic
except in Rome; for thero ho has a vicar.
Itetter deal with a wholo fool than tt itli
half a one
Tho ass carries corn to mill, and gets
When nil other situ grow old, avarico
Greediness digs its own grave witli
Hobby horses ate dearer than Arab steeds.
Not Aumxii To. Tho national butter
and egg association has resolved that nrtifi-
cial coloring is a legitimate part of tho art
01 nutter making, nexi, grocers will claim
that tho mixing of chicory with collee is a
legitimate part of their business, aud tho
cooks declaro that hair has a proper place iu
Fine sensibilities are like woodbines de
light fill luxuries of beauty twined around a
solid, upright stein of understanding; but
very poor things if unsustalncd by strength, jealous wife, instead of bolls, ho would havo
they uro Ult to creep along thugrouud.
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Marrying for Money.
Jennlo .Tune ventured dome pungent criti
cism on a curious case that was tried In a
New York court tho other dny. It nppcar
that a young lady of eighteen married a
widower with grown daughters, reputed rich,
and nccordlng to his own statement, worth
properly amounting to $100,000. This prop
erly, Just before his marriage, he surrepti
tiously conveyed to his daughters, thus de
priving his prospective wlfo of any right or
title to her share of It. Discovering this
soon after her marriage, the young wife im
mediately sued for her rlifht of dower, alleg
ing fraud upon her aud marriage under falso
pretenses, he having pressed his claims on
Ills standing and ills possessions, nnd she
having married an elderly man with a fam
ily, as she frankly admits, becamo of his
money. The statement of the case created
agood deal of interest the defendant admit
ting tho principal charge, but rather lamely
declaring that lie did it in consequence of a
promise of his dead wife to provide for her
daughters in that way, in case he should
marry again. This statement had less weight,
however, since he seems to have carefully
nvoided tho mention of such a promise dur
ing his courtship. The ju lge was puzzled
md reserved his decision, but the female
scribe shrugs her shoulders and declares that
had she been in the judgo s place she would
have granted the young wife's petition with
out much hesitation. Tlio fact that tho
inei n old scamp conveyed the properly
stealthily away, shows that lie was perfectly
awaro of what the girl was marrying him
for, aud it also shows that it was all of him
worth marrying. A girl is to b6 pitied who
marries for money, but sho certainly deserves
tho poor dross for which sho barters herself.
Llfi:. Live for something I Yes, and for
something worthy of lifo and its capabilities
and opportunities for nobto deeds and
achievements Every man and every wo
man has his or her assignment in tho duties
and responsibilities of daily life. t'c aro in
the world to mako tho world better; to lift
it up to higher levels of enjoyment and pro
gress, to mako its hearts and homes brighter
and happier by devoting to our felloits our
best thoughts, activities, influences. It is the
motto of every noble life, that "no man
Hvcth to himself" lives chiefly for his own
selfish good. It is a law of our intellectual
aud moral being that we promote our own
happiness in the exact proportion wo con
tribute to the comfort and enjujment of
others. Nothing worthy of tlio name of hap
piness is possible in the experience of those
who live only for themselves, nil oblivious
of the welfare of their fellows.
Wonrw foh Spiilkinc Dnns. Transmng
nificanbandanjuality. The proper method of spelling this word
is thtisly :
T-r-a-n-s trans m-a-g transmng ii-i
transmagni f-i transtnagnifl c-u-i-- trans
magnifican b-a-n trrnsmagnifiennban
d-a-n transmagnifieanbandan -j-u trans
magnificanbandanju u-i transmagnifican
bandanjual i transmagnificanbaudanjuali-
Another word is I'hsalmoguflanocarrala
word is treated tho same way as the nbovc.
Both words mean just what they express
Anybody can soil the reputation of any
individual, however puro and chaste, by
uttering a suspicion that his enemies will
believe and his friends never hear of. A
pull' of the idle wind can shako a million of
The seeds on the thistle, and do a world of
mischief which the husbandman uvtist labor
long to undo. Such arc the seeds of a slan
der, so easily sown, so dillicnlt to gather up,
and yet so pernicious in their fruits.
Pr.aver rennires inure nf tho heart tlinn nf
t, . of j , t, of wor(i of f ;.,
tha of ,ii-courso. The eloquence of prayer
ons,jU .,. fcrve.lcv of the lesirc. in tllc
Limi !,.;... nf m, nmi in ,i,n MiestiiPss
nml ,,cl1i0vcraiico of charity. Our trust and
conn(lenco outrlit to nroceed from that which
GoJ is lll)le to l)o fm. , t t, t , j ,
M,, 2ni. tn fln.l n ...'..
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In tho lives of tho saddest of us there aro
bright days when we feel as if wo could tako
the great world into our arms. Then como
gloomy days when the fire will neither burn
on our hearths nor in our hearts, nnd all
without and within is dismal, cold and dark.
Hcliovo me every heart has its secret sorrows.
which tho world knows not of; and often
times wo call a man cold when he is only
One of Hrighatn Young's wives told him
the other day that when sho heard that tho
Sultan of Turkey had 700 wives, she felt
mortified to think that her husband had al
lowed an outlandish foreigner to beat him so
badly iu that line. There is wifely pride for
Novada bridi won't stand much foolish-
ne-s at a wedding. Recently ono of them,
while going up tho nislo of tho church,
stopped short, nnd kicked all the skin off
tlio shins ol a groomsman who trod on her
" '0UnS man who knows nil about it
statM 11,111 experience bos taught him
that a flirt is a fool who delights in fooling
fools, and the fool who is fooled by such n
fool is the foolishcst kind of a fool.
Tailors may not bo a very terrible set of
human beings; but wo havo seen many a
military ullicer, who, although vain rjf hla
courage, couldn't look his tailor in tho face.
A convict who was about to bo sent to tho
house of correction was told that they would
set him to picking oakum. "Let 'cm try it,"
said lie ; "I'll tear the oakum all to pieces I"
An Irish coachman, driving past soma
is harvest fields during summer, addressing a
smart girl engaged in sheaving, exclaimed,
its "Arrah, my darling, I wish l was in jail for
stealim: ve! '
"iJiirc," Kiid a ! renelmitui. wishing to dis-
piuy his knowledge of the Enclish lanimoce,
",ud it rain to-morrow ?" "Yes, saie," was
,1,0 pnUly bombastic reply ; "yes, tari', it
When a bank suspends In Kansas, they
take tho manager to a neighboring tree, nml
servo him In tho same manner, "A simple
remedy, and wo believe in Its efficacy," says
a local journal.
Chicago man says that If Job had Inula
I known what real misery was,