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un is freest.; wnoauc. truth TJiai:
; EBENSBURG, PAi, THURSDi Y,
TINWARE, HARDWARE, &c.;
186L rRiG TKADE-1867.
I ar& now prepared to offer
" TO CASH PCKCHASERS OF . 0
TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE !
;: eitejejj at:
WHOLESALE OR KETAIL!
5Ty efock consists in part of every variety of
' X!n, Sliect-Iron, . '
i CX3PPER AXD BRASS WARES,
' BHAMEIXED AND'TLAlW '
; SAUCE-PAIJZJ. BOILERS. ic.,
COAL SHOVELS. MINE LAMF3, Olt
. CiJS'S. IIOUSEFURNISUING HARD.
WARE OF EVERY KIND.
HEATINQ and COOKING STOVES,
EXCELSIOR CG0K1NG JiTO VES,
-OBLE, TRIUMPII akd PARLOR COOH.
, ING STOVES,
And any Cooking Stove desired J will get
.when ordered at manufacturer's prices.-
. Odd Stove Plates and Grates. rc, ; for re
pairs, on hand for the Stoves I sell ; otherg
will be ordered when wanted. Particular
attention given to
Spouting, Valleys and' Conductors,
ill of which will be made out of best mate
rials and put up by competent workmen.
Lamp Burners, WicI: and CMmneya
WHOIJiSALK OK RETAIL . ' v ,
. I weuld call particular attention to the Light
. Uouse Burner, with Glass Cone, for givtn
more light than any other in use. Also, the
A-aragon turner, tor Crude Oil. '
SPESCEa'S 6IFTEU !' ,
If recommends itself. f
" THE TWO APRILS,
Toung April treads light in the woodland,
- adq smues larougti her tear3 ia the lane,
And the eun of the old, old tcring-tida ? :
-Falls -warm on her cheek again. t'j
The breath of the old dead breezes ' ' '
That blew in the face of the hrv ' "
Crwps back from my life's faded meadows
v .nn wmspers 01 Mope and of Joy.-
The larks that I heard in iny childhood;
Hid deep in the bending blue,
Sing yet of the same old heaven, " .
Till that heaven comes almost true,
Singjyet ef the loving and longing ?
For the beauty of far-off skies. f -.
Ofthe pleasures that spring like fiowers
ftonna tae steps of the gentle and wise.
And I wake from my dread despairing
Like a trembling child at night, 1 t
Andlol through the darkness of sorrow'
Ilope walks with her calm, glad light.'
And still, as she passes by me,, : --
I see my pale dreams revive. : r
And the joy and the courage of 'spring"-time
ALae me aeaa, cold heart revive. r
O world ! thou art surely youthful I T ;
r But the sapling shall grow a tree. l ''
xnou too has a soft green April
ouau onng tne great summer to thee.
SUGAR KETTLES AND CAULDRONS!
ot all sizes constantly on hand,
v ' Special attention given to .
Jobbing in Tin, Copper and SheeHrcn;
o iuMi possiDie rates;
WiioLESAUi' Merchants Lists
THE V7IUT OP IIAXEAS CORPUS.
; AN INCIDENT IK IRISH IIISTORY. ' I j
Io the year 1795 .Tone, then a ronr
man,' became compromised with the so
eiety of United Irishmen, an organization
navmg ior us object the Independence of
cianu. ne nea to tins country, brick
ing with bita his wifj ar.d children, and
all his worldly possessiona: Atthat time
France was in the heat of a revolution.
and at war with England. Tone, restless
in his exile, conceived the plan of enfn"'
the French government in an expedition
f--r tEe cocquest Gllrl&n-l.lU rf cross-.!
the ocean, appealed to the French direc
tory, and soon persuaded them td nnr.
I.UU BAwmiva oi ma javonte sci.jkis.
escnpticn the breathless crowd,
the heart-broken old man. the Dure and
venerable judge, and above all the volun
tary and unrivaled advocate, the real friend
misfortune's friendwho, while others
held aloof, alone- stood forward to hold
the a?gx3 of the law between injustice and
its victim ; to be appreciated it must have
oeea. seen. . . -1, . , ...
"I dy act' 'pretend",
"tnat -. xdr. Tone is 1 not fenilty of thie
charge of w hich he ia accused. I presume
the cfacers were honorable men. But H
is stated in his affidavit, as a solemn fact;
that Mr. Tons had no commission under
his majesty, and; therefore, no court-mar
tial could have cognizance of any crime
imputed to him while the court of king's
bench eat in the capacity, of, the great
criantt&i court ot the land. ? In tunes when
war was raging; when man was oppos'ed
to man in the held, courts-martial might
be endured : but every law authority is
with me, whlla I' stand upon the sacred
and immutable principle of the Constitu-f
uon, tnat martial law and civil law are
incompatible, and that the former must
cease with the existence -of- the: latter.
tnia is not, however, the time for arnirjg
thu momentous question. ) ZZj client must
appear ia court. He is cast fV? ibatbi
tlis very, day.. XL? may . La crJcrea ibr
execution while I address you I call on!
the court to rupport the law, and move
lor a writ oi habeas rnrrms. tn h ff!rjrf aH
to the provost marshal of the barracks
and Major Sandys" to bring op the body
of Tone." - J
Chief J ustice
prepared' , - -
Ocrr2nr-Iy dnt rarrr ctewhUe the
writ is preparing." .
Chief J ustice "Mr. Sheriff proceed to
the barracks, and acquaint the provost
marshal that a writ is rr?narin- tr
'Have a -writ instantly!
ready, and will be sent on application
uy man or in person. . ..
xioping 19 see ail my old customers and
many new ones tins Spnng, I return my
most sincere thanks for the very liberal pa.
trouage I have already received,: and. will
odeavor to pleas all who may call, wheth
er they buy or not ' ,', . ' r i
ritA.-M.is Wf LI AX.
Johnstown, ifarch 7, 18G7.-Gm.: . . -
Several expeditions were fitted out, but
Were disbursed by storms. : Tone accom
panied them all, with the rank of adiutnf
general in the- French arm v. Fin iHv
the vessel he was in Was" cqDtnred.
a desperate resistance, by aa English-frigate,
land Tone beinz recomiip.1 rn
v.Tiujtujuince, was .at-cnca. fcroc-at I ai "1U OAiyr oanays . into
vvui k-tuiuuai luc iriau.' ne at- j i-rcumci ui iutj court to
the acts charged against him, he admitted
pend Mr. 'Tory's erscuti
lie be not execulcJ."
'"In a shert time the sheriff, having re
turned, thus addressed theonrt :
.VMy !cr6V.rre vt the" bar
racks in pursuance cf yoar order. The
provost mars!;-! iay. he must obey Major
janays ar4,j iiajor adys cays he must
ooey ix)ra Cornwajhs."
.At 'this time Mr Curran asnonnced the
return of Ir.. Tone's messen-rer with the
annouaccneii :'iat Gen! 'Craig refused to
ouey the Tint xAaleas. corpus.. J V
niet Jastice "Mr. SherifT, take the
body of Tone into custody. Take the
i-- c.i.s it, c.rial
13 good f .:t
The report C
is- a cjuurt-y, gct cplV;
t darns -2 hira with tU
Aobody 'who kn
a saoigest, bat .to
7 LI I .."-
it up z.nd q
I fot tired cf shoyelinr'Eaotr5
ironts:cc.p-arj(J 'side wa!k,wiicH lad to
be cone ia ccaseqqence'of a policeman on
our Uoc c .wbo was fara
ili&r with tha rit
wuiEHu-, rdu was ioaa ot qaotin." them
to tLe r.cignDors fitter every' saow storm:
i Sao w being cut of the eeaion, that po
liceraaa -wiU have nothing to do but watch
the sportive youths who, whea.deaied the
luxury of saowballsliisa stones as substi
If be does not consider email bota be
neath hia notice, ! rwbh ha would keen an
ye on taosa youms who havetach a fan
cy lor prcjecUIes.' ' "- -' ; ? 5
Oca cf them projected a lemba'tbrourh
our parlor window. tvT . ;
Aa the window happened to be slmt t
the timK on8 f the panes of glass had to
make ah cpenlng for it.i.-a :.--.lt,li -
At fc-S present price 'cf putty, window
giazur is expensiTe.'-' ' ' - ; ; r; I
Mrs.rO Lanus a 'eoncitin?"rnmn1
from all the elas3-put-ia men who om
Jhe lowest figure at which anrof thesa
artists will repair the damages is ten ehil
I lor 3 to gaze upon childhood puiiuicg
jap-'.l. .23 while it tnay but this psa-ticu-ar
rca cation Is too( expensive. " !, : i J
.Ocr Thtmist6c!e3' has, a weakrTW t
tbrotvlsg :s,tohes which 'is often brotWkti
horsa to me bv neio-hbon "whr nom.
.. - Id ' i i 4
bare tried; to convinc3 l-!ni of tU
error cf his ways. I have reasoned, with1
xiJCi.i.x itEDuanoN n PwrPfi 1 em u, ana Cloned n them. 'TTn
uu lash BOXERS! . ; ' ia nag oi loe French republic," said he
AT THE ESCSSBritQ . ' - 1 originally engaged with a
view jo save ana liberate my own country.
It was now universally believed that
tne military authorities who had thus pre
sumeato enfle. with ..the. powers, of the
King's hench would have Tone m(1
on thejnstsst.p tfcri Jiawardeiv a great
lint mr r-itr im.i jv ray own country. - --kxicAir great,
HDUSE"FURN SH N3 STORF! tn.PonsM have repeatedly braved 5nd judge, was very much af
ti, 4 UU7Ji'.9IUll:, the terrors of the ocean, covered as I know fecteA Hl8 agitation,- said Curran,
l bare sacrificed mv I 1 Ui nis aeain nad Wltn
" v-uaiiiiu nuivii iio uau Dianagea
frreat rednrfinn ir, t ... " " .J ray
prices to CASH BUYERS. Mv stoclr wJll . . .r'T. -1 n.ate sacrificed my
consist, in nart.of Coolinn Plj u,4 views m Iltei Jl have courted Dovertv ; T
tng Sieves, of the most popular kinds j Tin- have eft a beloved wife unprotected, and
vart of every description, of my own man- children whom I adored, fatherless. Af-
yfacture ; Hardware of all kind, such as ter such sacrifices in a Cause which I have
lcks. Screws, Butt Oingw, Table Hinges, always conscientiously considered a3 tb
onutter Hinges. Bolta.Trr.n anrJ Mail.. v;.. I
uiass. nitty, J able Knives and Forks,
Carving Knives and Forks, Meat Cutters.
Apple Parers, Pen and Pocket Knives in
p-eat variety. Scissors. Shears, liazors and
strops. Axes, IIatchet3r Hammers, - Borin"-
wacbines,-Augers. Cbissels, Planes," Gom-
es, uares, i iles, Uasps. Anvils, Vises,
"cutae.s iup, rauei ana uross-Uut Saws, !
Chains cf all kinds. Shovela, Spades, Scythes j
onatns, KaRes, forks.: Sleigh Bells,
ohoe Lasts. Pe?. War BHtV ri.V,-
cause ofjustice and freedom, it ia no rrcAt
effort at this day to add the sacrifice of J
my. life." And then he added : "I wish
to spare the court all useless trouble. The
me, 1 presume, is thnt T
nngers. Grind Stones, Patent Mol
have been found in arms arrainst the sol
diers of the king of my native country. J
aamu tne accusation m it3 most extended
sense. l?rom my earliest youth I have
tt-ameu me connection Detween Kngland
and Ireland s ther.carsa of the Irish na-
Gles and lTiaure; T.nmW RKrl-. irn I tion, and ftlt convinced that wKilo tod.j
v I . . ' . -IMICU
-is, iiorce snoes
Guns.- Itttvnlvprs f
' , u.niuCa, i hw. i rtj w mat tUHUL't'.Iun. mow hm x
" "u "as oeen imputed to me, words
numj mt nciions, a nere deliberately
avow. I have spoken and acted
flection and on principle, and am ready to
ieet me consequences. Whatever fA
sentence oi tne court, I am prepared for
iu .113 members will sure r disrhar
tLeic duty ; I shall take care not to be
wanting in mine." Tho sentence of the
court was that he die en taescafTwId with
in torty-eight hours.
There was one friend who did not fnr.
pet the young patriot in that trying hour.
vuun, wet) naa Ennwn
lon3 in his boyhood, and loved him. and
wno was cetermined thst thU
ivr tjcuia cos De consuramated
itout revtcsca trora bin. What fal
lowed we i v3 in the hangups cf Charles
Phillip: On the morning of. tha t1 .v
liu wi iiio.tiuuua, m 2 moment the
court of king's bench opened, thedauntt
advocate advanced, leading Tone's ared
tatter by the hand, who produced an n
uavit mat nis son naa b?ra trc-' brflim
a benen ct cheers who had sentenced bin
to death. The scene at the monsmt
es. Cast Steel. Kifles. Shot this country could never be free or happy,
. Pistols.- Cartri.-lrrpa TVtw I A In thrtt v-tnnn;-. r -r
dor. C. TA ni cT ;W-4r" re, a repeal
Grates and Fire Bricks. Well and Ostern
rumps and Tabinp: ; Harness and Saddlery
are of all kin! ; Wo&len cnd-WiUow Ware
o great van. , ; Carbon Oil and Oil Lamps,
fh Oil, Lanl Oil, Linseed Oil. Lnbricatmr
Eoin, Tar.GIassTfare, Taicts, VarEish-
oca as Tea. CofTee. SurarsZ-MolassMrRr.
"P. Spices, Dried Peaches. Dried Apples,
xiomicy, trackers, Kice and Fear!
ley: Soaps, Candles ; TOBACCO and
UGARS; Paint. Whitewash, Scrub, Horse,
, Dusting, Varnish, Stove, Clothes and
"ota-Brushes,- all kinds and sizes : Bed
"w.and Manilla Ecpo, , and many other
- .Hon at me lowest rates for CJASLL
yllouse Spouting made, painted and put
-r -mow rates torcajA. A liberal discount
"Me, to country dealers buy in- Tinware
:saie. . . f GEO. IiU.NTLET
;Jeatbnrg Feb, 23, 18S7.tf. . ..
FRANK W. TIAY,
If n f r -"-i ii iianmacturer.
aJI Ina a'rc. below Clinton. Johns
A lre stock conetactly
to conceal, mtiicted such a wound in his
throat that he had little' to fear from this
world s jurisdiction. oTha-Chief Jastice.
however, as a matter of precaution, or-
aerea a writ to be issued: suspending the
ciecuuua. at is saia on tne surgeon ex
pressing an opinion that" as" the carotid
artery had escaped, the -wound was not
necessarily tatal, Tone faintly muttered.
"I am sorry, then, to find that I have
been JEoJjnd ati anatomist" He survived,
however, ia silent' rgonj for seven days,
whenth'e sahie surgeon, seeing he was
sinking, whispered to an attendant, "Yon
must keep him as quiet S3 possible if he
speaks he dies." thank yon, sir,"
said Tone, who had overheard him, "you
could not give more welcome news. What
should I wish to live for !" and expired.
' ' Anxious to Maratx One n ia a ch-rcli
a young man who carried thY collection
plate, before starting to collect, put his
hand ia his pocket; aa usual, and put a
shilling, as he -supposed; on thf plate, and
then passed It round among the eonref a
tion, which numbered many young and
pretty girls The girls, as they looked at
the plate, ail seemed astonished and
amused, and the young man taking a
SIanc at the plata, found that, instead of
a shilling, ha had pat a conversation Ioz
enger ca tha plats, with the worth "Will
you marry me?" ia red letters etarir
everybody ia tha fx::.. ,Ncne cf thayoun"
ladles, however," closed with the cfTer.
A r:mi desirous cf finding out the nc-
cuniary status cf a person who wished to
purchase goods, tc'-rnphed for the infor
mation. The answer came back 'Nota
good for any amount." So a large bill
of goods was so' 1 and shipped. The note
came das ar. I v. tat to protest. The firm
found withdif-u&t that the dispatch should
hare read, "ATtf good for any Rraount."
rum with a rattan and Mrs.. OXanus has-
msa persuasions cf ;a, slipper.:; ; !( by yoa in
n vuij csct a temporary -absti- ' joxi were
gain.. :n-0 f,-v t'.:..r-,-s i '-..I..? been
evi;aac3 ct tca"iirrr;s; e.
Whereapca ths head 1",
I it fbr
ic-etirg, as. ca
tl-e movern.r-nt. .
iriorch' cf the
: 1M j3ice; lli day" has cce,--:
lb?a ElaBers vile fareake their rum.
, ith songs cf praise the echoes wake
Tox a rescued brother, Ililsa OTake."
i . Xt tart O'Pake's feelings, and took away
M appetite so that h dida't driak any
thing for t&lf-a'daj ; but he is better now,
"v.n va juxcisa law are ua-
ccasgecu; , 'rt: -'. .... ::. ., - , . . 1
m I understand that the excise Comrais
sioners are going, to sue Brother: rai-e
xor seiang punch without a license, ;
Serre him right.;. r ; ., ... ...
JrtiU .fondly thine' own, V-
, P CORKX O'LAKCS
. "-a t, -
.' ca a pi
:3 cf beef ;
a. ritsra.. of
- lyir- m its
3'st at -this lima r-.-
3 r-Mcd vt I
excurtioahar, a r'be
' The Governor of NeV. IlampshL-e re-
"" iuc oi&ie irnson at Uoncord,
and after viewing the baildino- nn.f
, , a -
the warden to bring ; a certain prisoner in-:
to me room, ins short time Mr. Mayo
and the man entered arid took their tv;.1
tioa in the middle of the'eompany. The
convict was, cf coarse, astonished to find
bfrnself ushered into bo large a gathering,
ia which there were eom twenty ladies
including the wife of his Excellency. The
Goyenxor rose, took the man br th
and f poke substactially as follows i Aly
friend, about twelve months s-o von
comraiUed to thb prison for five years for
He is an unlucky you th if he breat
a window, ha is Sure to be detected and
exposed -to bis parent3;AviLhv a ilf fori
uamages. . t . ; .
The expenses of that ' boy's "educa'ion
win inciuae a large item for mending bro-
Ken wmaows, besides jxiz a source cf
anxiety to his mother, who assures ,rae
every day that it is impossible to keep him
looking tidy. ;.,:;? i.tfi,-J. -ru. 1;.-
lie certainly has a .remarkabla- talent
tor tearing his trousers.: ' - fei '
f ;3Allusions to poUcemen UsedjoexerVa
wnoiesome innuence kdver hira but latterly
the guardian f the peace has lost his ter
rors for Themis tocles, and he now irrever
ently., speaks-of him' as an st! p., and says
-me at. ir. can i lane you on cnless ha
sees' you do -something'.' p i .'n.'i .
Where the boy got his laowledge of
the law- I don't ; know, - It" is quite . re'
iaarkable for his sa;' ?V ' , ; :f "'V
Mrs. O'Labas thinks he "will turn out
to be a great man when he srows nn. and
may be President of the TJni Sta.
a Justice of tha Peace one of these days.
tvaen.nejs'old enough I think I will
put bim. under instruction to O'Pake to
study for the bar. , ' 1 . ;
The law is a very goo4 profession to
put a young man at when you doa't know
what else to do with him . - :
It is & rented buisness, -don't reaaire
much capital, either .in cash or intellect to
start in business.'.' -'r. V :
AH you want' is to hire an ""office.: k
small boy, to. bang around . the premises.
and r voir. name natritftif. in rUt
i3 to call to tha door cost s
fc?.l ta taei.nwanr.i !. . .
if h9f.n. law1 is' too . hard work,
;r dvuVt pay for want of. workj havin"
;IcDty ct'Hzii ra he :catt .calfivate politic?
,cd ct.jih oLhOv '?:' ";:." ..
; It may lead him into therLesisfatuiel
or even to the Common Council, but thr
ar risks ia all professioss.'1 " - '
U Pake is making cat very well.
He bas had one case already!.' - - ".'''j:
It was in the police court T belie. '
Whisky was the foundation- of the suit.
raica would natura Iv ; aeeonnt
Q'Pake's connection with it .'.". -
was' acquitted. .' rr
Whether be got Vim 'd? ca aa alibi or
aabcasfcfcrpus I didn't hear.
Anyway it Was a trii
and his 'friends .talk cf .'mama- - him
District Attorney or Con
' He Is a rising is tin, 'is
He is byin the found-dica
y J ad go.
ccss.ul career by jobb- tZl toiti
cams to llcrht tending
prove that, although, a codnterfeit bill
passed through your hands,, it was used
aat innocent manner, . and that
unwittingly the dupe of a ecoun
rtea - ii.a-itnte, and' baa- rsev'fcr
arrested; I immediate! v :
full investigation of your case, '"and--1' am;
thoroughly cpatiaced that you are, an in-!
eoceni man and serving out an unjust
.sentence 'The Constitution of the State
gites taa the power to open- the doors of
prison, ana in tne lawful exercise of
tnat power I now grant you a full and free
pardon; This very hour the. warden wili-
rejievo yea ot a convict's uniform and give
w , vau s ess. i x ou cave been -a
good man within these walls, and whil r
nd iay : friends here live we' will everv-
where bear testimony that vonr imn-iRn.
irfent leaves no stain upon your character.:
.A dearwife and loving sister hava nrsi
for, your release, and I now restore you to
ei? -hands.",. As the Goternor closed
his remarks the poor dan. ttvpirint-Ad trith
happinessr trembled; in every limb, 5 and
his.face was wet with tsars, ' Not k'her-
son in tho audience looked onmoved unon
occjje. . present congratulated the
prisoner upon his just relase; fand wisYA
him a happy androspersus future;
r " " ' " -
A'Ctjjs rbs IlTDHo'pnoBiA. tv finrf
the 'following coins the rounds of nr
changes, and give it for what it Is worth :
; .Ane ecects resulting from the bite of
a rabid animal are so incoaceivablv heart
rending that the writer deems it but an not
ofjustice to make the subjoined remedv
l'uwlci iflO Denent ot the unfortunate
hereafter, . 'Within the past two weeks
there hava been two cases of hvdrnnbnhla
of the most.' distressing character one
thiscity and one in Iew Jervyaad dailr
reports are made in the newspapers of mad
dogs ..being; seen ia and about the city.
Every individual in the community, there
fore, should procure 'and creserve a innv
of the following care, to usa in casS cf an
AW ' .....
Villlam HefTneh:Esa.. of lsg-vnnt-
the gentleman from whom' the writer db
tained this. invaluable receipt, ' states "that
us nas Known- several instances of men i
tnj animals wco have been bitten in the
verest manner by mad dogs, but who,
haying taea this remedy, never experi
enced any efiect whatever of tha rll
fTake of the root cfr elecampane one
ounce and a half, cut it line, then boil it
ia;cna pint.of csw milk down to a half a
pint i take this three mornings fasting, and
eat no food until'' fa ur o'clock ia the 'after
noon. -It should be taken every other
morning j tae.Iast two doses must we-h
two ounces each. : This remadvwm hnv
ho '.desired eiTect if ukea at any time
within twenty-four hours after tha acd-
?, a paire
" proDoscis, enough ia itstlfo
bewitch a Chinaman. r She played cn the
puno, painted landscapes, ate corn-beef
and cabbage, etc fche had a "feller
Ilis name was Sam." He bore traits of
having a good mother, for his old pants
which hung ia his bedroom, were patched
upon the inees and ether places thoreof.
but Ixa wandering. There Pauline sit,
as hstle33 as-a bootjack, and as s;IentJaa
a mute. Her dainty. little hand held,
luuwgrapa. uita a superhuman
she kissed it. -"'Kissed it'fotir
Then burst drat th rn
coulda't hold out till I had finished -into
ars. ; She , bawled long and earnestly.
Then checked her tears and laughed-pro
fusedly.-' Some one .darkened: the door.
She raised her eyes and beheld the form
cf .Sam. ; Wuh a loEg, despairing cry:
the fell into his eras. . He bent terTderly -and
kissed her on the nose..-
and the first audible 'wnM. Ko
LT8- baD1 1! Sbe feIt a !.
Detter. j.heir eres mot-n,i . .
.j - rrciifc apart
aim lie cast a bi? nie r 't . ..
He fondled fondly with his'pi Mf
chain. Pauiiae saw bis eyes beam with;
lovef and run over with th
heart rose and swelled like a wave of the
Eea-. Pauline's bosom heaved with com
motion. Sam saw IhLa-tvna Vri.
Let us look at them.- Pauline sittin- "in'a
chair a-beaving. & they both heaved
They pressed thdr lips passionately tol
ina. Sam coun-horl
.Ward . Democratic
the- Dew Drop
srih nini cf the
Ball Club, and turned
out with the Striker Musucteers.
cial3 ; ts cna cf tha
i eu uia irau-
and 'Km I'n,,!:-.
Sam proposed, and sono, and PaQliae,
j-aa iwu mucai. xhej both cm
braced and bagged each -dtficr so tight that
they were both one fh aftCr- the min
ister said the ceremony. They've gnt tea
children inow,- nine boys, and all-the rest
girls. : They now live in peace and plenty
Sara afterwards sold bis six-bit "watch
chain to get clothes for the children. Ob
blissful married life 1 ' "
"..-A Joke on a IS egho .A smart youth
played a practical joke oa a negfo while
he was driving a pair cf dilapidated mnle
to which a wagon and a load of wood
was attached,, up. Jefferson street. In
some places oa the street,' and more espe
cially between Second and Third street., '
the mud is several inches deep, end as it is
ofthe genuine "sticky" order, wagons have
the greatest difficulty in getting through it.
The youth above alluded to saw the ne-ro
with his load coming along, and det rinined
to play a joke on him. .., At the comer of
Second street he went to the edge of th
sidewalk and called out to thedarkey -"Say,
you colored individual: U'tfiat
- - - , - - wi.-u
lor sale T Sambo. wl:o!r ?r, t
got a Customer, called a halt, and replied.
"Yessah." "Well go on and 11 it,"
rvna response. . i ha rtPM Jv
scornfully at his tormentor, lashed up his
poor animahy but they refused to bud-e
and he indii'ged in & Utile profanitywhich
seemed to be equally divided betwn thm
animals and the gay and festive youth on
tae Sidewalk. After considerable lasbin
and swearing the mules managed to 'make
a forward movement, and with considera
ble difficulty -succeeded in getting round
the corner. Memphis Bulletin; . -
ilow to xTilc a WTra nfi i r,
the battle cf Gettysburg, religious servica
was held ia the field hospital, where some
inonrancs wounded lay partially protected
by suelter-tcnts. A clergyman from
abroad made, an -.exee!!ent .Uw ..
L.ijua cr Acres.
j-&e prcs3 scnerai
ecipa a conspicuous
vaaca the esuso cf fcu
' 1 . 5iH
a lu- v
insertion, "will ad-
nun isaa B Kicssuni in iW
lork, but he has coehow ia Connecticut
then gave cut the hymn, 1?
.ciMug, K3 ue cia so, a touching incident
cf a clergyman who breathed Lis last while
cia who san? tu him tho rl,'r
most davotinn??! fVT..-.. - iv.-
leap" in tha singing was taken by a del
egate cf the Christian Commission ;'anc
bi3 wife. They sang execrably, horribly,
gratingly their discord only broken bv
the groans 'of a poor fellow who bad jut
suffered amputation. ct the shoulder, and
who, as those memorable last words died
away and gave place to a biased silenc--sighed
out ia misery: "I dovt wonder
that minister died, if his wife sua- a3 'd-
ij a laat. it wotlJ k: r.
3 t-eea r:
is v.T, :-!.! i", T
case to note the
Pans v, licl
requires to. bo cpened c:
keep it always going and
' rearc; ? Pprcach to perpetual motion yet
a .month'; to
it ia'pcrhnn tho
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to 3 ;
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