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three Months 53
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Two inches, 1 50 2 25 2 75 3
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s Three inches, . , 8 50• 12 00 20 i i
Pour niches 10 75 10 00 25 01
Quarter column, 13 00 18 00 30 it
Half column , .20 00 80 00 45 00
One Column, 30 00 45 00.........83 00
Prolesslonaltind Business Cards not exceeding six lines,
One year, $5 od
Administrators' and Executors' Notices, 0 [lines, $2 50
Auditors* Notices, 4 times 2 05
Emmy, of other short NOEICO.I 1 bD
Advertisements not marked with the somber UEDVIDE •
one desired, will be coo tinned WI forbid and charged RC
ceding to these terms . -
Local or Bpecill Notices, 10 cents a line for single in
aertion By the Isar at a reduce d tete
Our prices for the printing of Blanks, Handbills, etc
Aro reasonably low
- Vroicssioniti& gusirtess Q.LarbS,
it A. B! BRIIDIBA UGH,
` Having permanently located at Huntingdon, offing
is pi, fissional services to rho community
Office, the sane as that lately occupied by Dr Loden
on Hill street ap10,1366
It. JOHN NeCULLOCH, offeis his
professional services to the citizens of Huntingdon
and vicinity. Office on 11111 street, one door east of heed's
Drug Hors i, ' Aug 28, '55 .
EJ• ALLISON HILLER, -. 9- ,. - - -
W. ream; ea to the Brick Row opposite the Court House
T„i J. GREENE,
üb....yris± , , %tags..
• oIse• reinove4'tii Toaster`, 'New Building,
e 12111 street, Huntingdon.
A• P. i W 3 JOHNST I ON, r .
Office on Smith street myl2'6o
T A POLLOCK
AURVEYOI? (1. REAL ESTA TE AGEEF
' ~ 1 11111.TINGDON Pl l . '''... '
Will attend to Surveying in all its branches, and sill
buy and sal Heel baste many part of the Donal 3tates
bend ter circular.-' dec2.l tf
II IV Al Y TON,
' A TA"ORE EY AT LA. IV,
41/13.-falleti mith..T.SERELt Sags 4IIT, 2 isq sole-finis
T SYLV &NUS BLAIR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
uu , IING DON, PA,
Cate oalllll street; 45.3 doors meat of Sialth )5 63
J VALE MUSSER 0 5, rmailta
Atli SSE R & FLEMING ,
11UNTINGDO 1 PA
Office second floor of Leister's building, on Hill street .
Pennons uud ether clams promptly collected myLe 1.4
A GEE NC Y FOR COLLECTING
..cs .oLitalsltS CL tINIS, BOUNTY, 0 10E PAY AND
s ....31111C8 '
„ All who ma) have any claims against the Government
ex Bounty, Buck Pay sod 4 enaious cau lime their rialtos
'promptly collected by appl y lug either to imESOU or by let
W. 11. II GODS
atu,12,1863 It a\ TIN(DUN, I'a .
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,A 2'TORNEY AT LAW,
11UNII \ ODO't, PA,
fried ii attention given to Collections of all kinds; to
sae imp...meet of Estates , dc, and nll oilier, legal bust
nets prostented m ith labia) and (Sep iteh. pin 1 15e7
2011 X SCOTT, LOCUM. T. linen's, JOllll IL TWIST
The natne of this firtn has been chang
ed from Hata A DROWN, to
SCOTT BROWN & BAILEY,
under which name they' will hereafter conduct their
.A.T.TORNEYS Al' LA w, HUNTINGDON, PA.
PENSIONS, and all deltas ef soldlea and soldiers' helis
against tba ftoVeinment, will be promptly prosecuted.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Dew funned a psrtuorthip under , the name end firm,
P. lii. & M. S. LYTLE,
' 1„-.dedt : Mice removed, to the oftice on thct soup side of
PliD street, fourth Cube neat of width."
They alit attend .promptly to all kinds of legal busi
ness entraetedja their cure. , . ap7-tf.
J OSEPH:- PCBT, ! ' . ' - -1: '
4 MA'NIIIVACTUfitIt OF AND DEALER IN ,
WILLOW AND SLEIGH BASKETS,
Of etll sizesanddesctiptiong ,
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ALEXANDRIA, 1111NTINGDJN C0., - PS.
June 8, ;. -'
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
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P. I G. B. ARMITAGE,
. - 31011:11VGOON; , PA. -
Represent the most reliable Companies In
,_ 0 the Country.. Ram as low as is ^..onsisteut jf II I
with reliable indemnity. sep
Capital Represented Oyer 514,000.000.
_BARGAINS - - - h - BARGAINS
SFL tNG OFF AT COST
• jeast,r-tcza. cific
-- Are now disposing of their entire stock •of
Goods 'AT COST. Persona irishing•
DRY GOODS, • ,_
GROCERIES; , ' •
BOOTS AND SHOES
. . .
Will save money by calling on us, as ive
re determined to close out our entire stock
RENIEMBER THE PLACE:
Smith's new building, Hill Street, Hunt
zgtion, Pa. octl2
HUNTINGDON LIVERY STABLE.
Toe undersigned, having purchased the Liyery Stable
recently (9wned by Mr. Simon Weston, are now pre
pared to accommodate the public with H orses and Carri
ages on reasonable terms.
Stable at the rear of the Jackson House, near the B. T.
yug26 4 69 • DAMDERTSON & MAHON.
A complete Pocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
and cents, to which are added forms of Notes, Bills, Re.
coipts, Petitions, Sc., together with a set of useful tables
containing rate of interest from one dollar, to twelvetbouse
And, by the single day, with a table of wages, and Wail
Hyitio week and day. Fore go at
.I..F.WIS' BOOK STORE.
• •-a•gOizra. COUNTRY DEALERS can
'42 bay CLOTHING from me in Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they ran in the
as I have a wholciale store in Thilanhavi.
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UNION -STEAM BAKERY .
Cady "Manufactory, '.
HUNTINGDON, PA. ..,
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TILE undersigned have fitted up a '
_„1 firshclass - stefint ItAKEILY at tho Castilian Gordon
ou Church street, and are prepared to furnish all kinds .
BREAD, RCAIALS,A3ISEUITS, PIES, '.
Plain and FancyCAKES, S.x.,
In large or small quantitieS,ialYeilSottilb s t l o prices.
We could call especial attention of country dealers to
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OUR CANDY DIANIJFACTORY.
-WenintinlAdiuro oil kinds of Fancy and Common Con :
faction eries. equal to any that comes from the city, and
are prepared -to fill large ,or small orders on eltort notice ••
and .totry PRICES... hr •• ' • " • •
We also keep on hand a largo ntid constant supply of '
FRUITS AND NUTS,' .'
which they.will furuipli.at,resonable rates. ~_ ;
• The proprictitia flatter' theniseiVos that It nCeefs but a ;-
trial to convince the
_most, sceptical, and please. the utast ,
fastidious? !. ~- + . “' 4 , : , . • :•' ... . ~. .:1
We trope...tinily solicit a liberal iharo of public patrn..
nage, and shall endeavor to 131 et it its continuance.
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INFORMS-,T11E,• PUBLIC ,
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THAT_ lIE HAS • _
JVSI,' OPENED .
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CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY:::-
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uccessor to R. M. GREENE,
:STELN W AY- &-SON'S PIANOS
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MASON & lIAMLIN CABINET ORGANS, •
Metedeosss, Ou.tars,Visalins, Fifes, Flutes, Accorsloons,
rfl-Vianos, Olgune, and Melosleens Warranted for fire
Circulars sent on app' loath's,
Address E. J. 01 ENE
jab27E9: -1 21.1110or'Llistefe New building.
EASTON BLAKE. M. MARION McNEIL.
[Successors to J. M. CUNNING HAM & SON.]
Iron and Brass Founders .
ugT.ING DON, Pi.: -
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS made In a first class
Foundry. alwe3s on band -all
l °ii t l6l' v °(''B'l"g;' Steals
es tear.Zisovs,Crstes,t hulat
Chbtings for pavements, Window weights
all sites and 'weights, Vipefuisits, Sled
alt o owgh soles, Wages, boxes, Machine Coatings, for
~te s ns nod water, g, Ist, saw, sunset:au I plaster mills of
. HEATERS AND IKON FENC4B,
of the most improved etylo. oven doors and frames, door
sills, and In fact every thing made iu this 111,0.
Woburn a larger stock of patients, and can furnish cas
tings at short notice. and cheaper thasi.they can be had
in the country. Hering as good dill, sso ale prepared to
do drilling sod fitting up of all kinds.
Office in Liestars' New Building, Hill street, Hunting
Meli.l7, MO. BLAKE As moNr.th.
West Huntingdon Fou dry.
JAMES — ST ( SIPSON
PLOWS, THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM BELLS SLED AND SLEIGH SOLES,
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WAGON BOXES; "HON KETTLES,
For Furnaces, Forges, Grist uud Saw Mills, Taman les
and ursc ky aids,
AND JOB WORK ;N GENERAL.
ARCIIIVECTURAL sts CiI:NAENTAL ' IMPIiitTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Verandahs,
Balconies, Columns and Stop Ornament for weeders
pot risme and verandahs,
Window Lintels and dills,
Cast Ornaments fur aooden lintels,
Cellar IN iudoW Linordn, all !dress:- ,-
&ash Vi mglsts}'Carpet Stripsi;
Registers, Heaters, Call MIMICS,
Vault Castings for coal and mood cellars,
Arbors, tree-boxes, usnap.pusus, Iliscsung-posts,
Iron Railing Cot porticos, verandahs, balconies, flower.
Yard and Cemetery Fences, ale.
&Us-lilies; paid. le fencing Cautery. Lott. - -
Address JAMES SIMPSON,
DABS Litman gdon, Va.
187 '" CLOT 1870.
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
'FALL AND WINTER, - •
For Gentlemen's Clothing of thebest material, and made
in the beat workmanlike rummer, call at
H. E N
opposite the Franklin Stones IC larket 44are s HUntint.
HUNTINGDON; PA., WEDNESDAY, "MARCH 2 [B7O.
Ty UN TING-DON
.0 , & . BROAD TOP
. ~ . . WINTER ARBANUEMENT. . .
On and. after THUM - Mir, SEPT. 18111, 1519, Fails..
gar Train's will arrive and depart as (Ohms: -
' .08 'MAINE. i ; DOWN TRAINS:
1 , ..x,r . 1iE80. 012a1
I ' I EXPLE39. MAIL
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P. M. A. 51 . A. M. I . M.
La 6 6511.41 8 40141untimploti, JAR 10 101 Au 4 20
0 02 8 40 bong Biding..., 10 02 4 12
6 17 9 00151eCtinnellatuaii,.... 9 40 3 05
, 624 9 07 Pletteant Choy,. 9 37 3 45
,6 40 9 22 Marklesbu:g, 9 22 3 32
"6'60 ' 938C0 ea Rini 903 316
.. 7 031. 046 Bough& 8etti1y,...,., 855 309
7 is . 10 01 Cove 8 40 255
y 24 10 OSlFlsbers but ]]]]] tt 8 30 2 01
'Alt' 741 10 SlSaxton, ] . ... .....,./nn Lc • 8 2.2 "2 29
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• i - - X ll 10 zipoeilitn..," ' ' • 140
_,ll 291Tateovillo • " , ,
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. , i „. 11 45 Bloody Ilan,. 1 02 •
lA , 11 521110811 Dallas 11, ' ' 1.11 . 00
, ' SHOUIPB OWN BRANCH.
* 7..a 7 fdl i i.xlo39'Faxten . lut 8 0 . 5..ta 2 25
' '. 4 - 05i ' 'lO 4516,:1inont;
810 j• 10'60 Crawford, " ' ' 760 • 205
.A 6, i 8 20148. 11,00 Dudley,ts 7 40ILE 1 55
I' ' - - 111rOad Top City, I "
' Iluittluidtin Sep 22,'59. JOHN 3FKILLIDS, - Supt.
ANN.NSYBIANIA R.t` IL • ROAD,
1. . TIME 01 , LEAVING/ OF TRAINS
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Tril A I'ER AI? M.A'GEMENT. •
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, pat.! A.m.l 18.104.22.168.0. , A. M• P.M. A. II
4 541 11 1 49 IN. Hamilton, 6 17 ' 943
'5 02 • '111.58 654 Mt. Union,— 5•10 040 1
5 1/ . t o . 12 06 51apletion, 5 02 5 30
'.5 21 12 16 0 10!
Mill Creek,:.. 4 52 9 21
5 40 T• 37 12 3:1 626 Illtniingdon, 8 201 430 605
6,68 12 49 11'etereburg„.. 14 18 8 40
- 6 DT 112 581 flistrree, • I 14 09 837
6 35 I 03 6 68 Swum:Creels, 4 02 830
631 124 (Birmingham, ...... 3 491 816 '
'l3 - 41. 8 32 - 1
34 7 211,15 tune, ft 41, BOh •
052 ~ .., . ,2 .1r45 7 ' ,I Tipton, - 330 758
620 ' . - 1'53 ' -' ' Fostorm, 320 7 53
. - 7 05 ...... 2OU 7 41 Beira Mills,. 320 7 47
,7 25 ,8,55 2_:101 8,00 Altoona,. 715 3:00 7•30
6' , ,m.1 /. N. P. M. A.M. A.M. `r. M. A.II
' ii . la ' riiit,A taPniaa Etts6 , ,ard leaves AltoOnn'llt 0 05 r
'M. awl arrives at Huntingdon at 10 41'r. M. '.- ' '
The' FAST LINE Eastward leaven Altoona at 'l2 '
'A. 91 and arrives at Iltintingdon all 45 A. St. ''
' The Cin6l6trAti . Exer.E9.3 Ensta'aid 'leaves Altoona nt I
'5'46 F. 51. and arlives at Huntingdon nt 7 04 I , N. -
.SoutnEny,ExrnEss'Eastnard, leaves Alt ion', at 10 05 A '
i.'hildlarritirs nt 111intingdou 01 11 11 A. 01.
_- QaCtplATI EXPIte.49 II est wail 1, aced illilltingdon at '
332 A.,511184 arrives at altooba,4 60 A'lt • .
1 reelasl ti
oAn Avvst4,ad; :leave.. •Ilinititigtlon at
7 43 P., N. and arrives 14i Altoona 0.c4 55 I'. M.
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NEW STORE IN lIUNTINGDON. '
JAMES A. BROWN has just opened '
a , largo
CARPET STORE :
on the second floor of his brick building, wboro bnyet 4 ,
will ilud ono of the litigant and best assortments of
IN a RAIN, .
D UTO II WOOL,
' LIST, '
VILNLTIAN and SCOTCH 11E311?
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A1.§0.; - - COCOA aid CANTON MAT
TINOS, 'and FLOOR OIL ()LOTUS,
'1 , : , 143r °trefoil in•central Nom., Iron la.
It le wall k ~,,,, n that n tn. elittot a ill, de rain entirely
one tine of grmis braying largely nom manufacturer,' in
enabled to ,give bin customers advantagea in prices.and
tootortnieat (In that Hanoi good s ) that aro hint to he Komi
iii stores pi otensiug to do all limit of businetts.
1 talon aunt .thereforo to mak° it the interest of all in
want of thu ablivo goods, to buy rat the regular Carpet
and 011 Cloth am,
pt .Dealcia can buy of too by the roll at . trbolesulo
ap13 . 0 JAMES A BROWN:
REDID AND BE POSTED . !
TO j.f.f.ln Y _MA lifilED
AND ALL IN WANT OF
T HE, miersianed would I•espeetfUlly
he t. rnamilitetiiros and keeps constantly
on bond a hrge and nplentlid assortinent or
amav AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
WA.SII. ANU CANIrt,l ST4ND.S
Windsor and cane sent chairs. clipboards, gilt and rote.
mood moulding for mirror and pictwa Ironies, and a van!.
oty of at tlelCs not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
; lints also agent for the trail' known Halley Decamp
patent spring lied Bottom.
'llls public nra invited to call and ezninlnt;'his stock
before purchasing alsewheie.
Wort; and males town on 11111 street, near Smith, one
door west of Yenter'n store. •
Huntlttgilohl 'Aug. 1,1866
1 3APER 1 . PAPER! ! PAPER! !!
Trncifilt PapAr.ll • •
' "'Dines leg Paper,
' Deed Paper,
Silk Paper for Flow. s,
Pertinoted Paper, . ,
FlO tr. Cap Paper,
Letter Paper, .
• ' Commercial Note Paper,
• ~ : Ladies' Gilt Edged , Letter an, Note Paper,
'Ladies' Plain and Fancy hole Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Packs aid Shoots •
or sale at LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
'FOR SOAP MAKING, •
'Fi l r sale wholesale' and ietnil•at Lewis'
Red",Froiit Grocery. This L 3 e is said to he
the best and cheapest in the market.
7..VMEaIt. 3 a..eVE 4
A. M. WISE,
, Manufacturer and Dealer iu ,
3M - _LT EL Ma* I 9U Irj Rte ,
Respectfully invites the attention 01 the Public to his
stolid on 11111 „et., Huntingdon, in the rear of George IV
Swartz' %Faith-and Jewelry store, where Ito manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Ent nitiiro at induced prices. Per
sons wishing tepurchase, will do well to give him u call.
Itopairing of all kinds attended to promptly and cliatgos
reasonable. • t L -•••"- - • • -
W Also, Undertaking, carried on, and Coffins :undo in
any stylo desired, at short notice.
. 1.1r P . " .
" the mibeeriber has a
IVAND EL EGA IV? Ine.in.ST.
and is Prorated to attend Funerals at any place in town
Or country. , • J. M. WISE.
Huntingdon, May 9, 1166-tf
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.—
, , gocia a,,,,,,,rtni4at of miscellaitiMini. and. Solo;o
nooks-LFoolecap, , Letter; Commercial mad Nolo Paper-L-
Wain and Fancy Envelopes—fled, Blue and Mark liihs
Blatik . Booke ofjtpuferims sizes—Pans, Pencils, I idiot and
Dosielnkstand,s and every other article usuali found In
'Book'and Statidhety :Rom can be had at fats; prices at
LEWISVIGOK, STATIONERY Jr. MUSIC smut:.
.1110tUPT.INESS MEN, TAKE N0T1.M...11
Jj It you trint your card neatly printed on canal
?pea,' call at
qr?oh.-7 ,4 . 1 ' 7 ? r 4170.#:PRT.670/3.4'
TWO LITTLE. PAIRS OF BopTs
TWo little pairs of boots, to-night .
Before the fire are drying; '
Two little pairs of tired feet "' ,•
In a truWdle bed are lying,: •
• The tracks they left upon the.floor. - : •
• • Makes, me feel much like sighing.' ,
- Those little feet with Copper tees!
'They' run the livedong day ;
And often times I almost wish
That they were miles away ; •
So tired am Ito hear so oft , • ,
Their heavy, tramp at play, ,
They walk itboht the ne'w=nlowed ground,
• Where mud in' plenty lies ; '
. They roll it up in marbles round,
They bake it into pies,,•
'And then at night upon the, floor
In every shape it driesl •
To-day I was disposed to scold,
' But wheal look, to-night, - . , ,
ACtilose little ilootg ltefore the fire,
With copper toes so br i ight, , ,
, I think how Fad :miiy heart would be
To put them out of sight. - '
'For in :: trunk up' stair's 'l've laid-
Two socks of white 'and. blue ;
If called.to put these sockd away,, .
, I mourn that.there tiro not,tu-night, „
Three. pairs instead of two.
--,I Mourn because' I thmight hoW Wire
Itly.neighb•Or Cross the way' • '
:' 'Could keep' her carpets all the leer: •
! • ,Prom getting worn and gray; • ,:
,Yet well I know she'd smile to own
, Some little boots today
We mothers weary get and
'Over our load of care ;', • '
1•Bui'llow wo' speak to these little ones • •
Lot each of us ben art, i •
„For what would our tire; ides he tomight,:
Ifpo little hoots went there
'THE. DIFFICULTY 'ABOUT THAT
,!•. •. DoG ; , •
• BY JUIN' •
:This , was the cause of all: the ;trou
the 19th iestant,a shiall
s'• tort it,llug, bra.. 4 0011,1' tiOnliic heck, and
11,0 or of iliv t.lll gone. , A thovels t 0 the Immo of ,lath"
Ficu'dollars letcard 0111 bu given to the pen a ho to.
(Qom gun to , ,WIIN (WILL, No.BI MeketS now. '
; , ,I , •inderletlthe 'above; in Abe Daily
FlipVlapJin the hope that I might re
cover, the animal, to whichiwas much
attached. :The Flip , -flap goes to press
at 5 a in: At, halt-past 6 I was ' awa
kened bp:: pull at, , iny door boll. I
got out of bed and'opened the window.
As I looked out I saw a man standing
in my front yard with a mongrel dog,
tied to a rope. He gazed up and ob
"Hello! are you the fellow who lost
"Yes I am." •
thou, I've fetched him," said
I then explained to • this 'wretched
human being that my dog was a: ter
rier, while his looked more like a log
of wood with the I ark off and propped
up on four sticks, than a dog 9f any
. "Nell, ain't you a going to take
41, wc'uldn't have him as u gift.. And
I want you to move off now, or I'll
call the poliee."
"Now I guess .you think you're
Stuart, don't,you ? I'd bust you over
the jaw for five cents, 1 would. You
don't know a' good dorg :when you
see him, you don't," and Ito went out,
after ripping the 'tailings off the fence
In about :chef au hour there was
another ring at the bell. I went down.
The're wad a man with six dogd of a
variety of breeds.
" W ich of 'em's him b-l: , `JOss,"
said this feller, for ho stuttered as if
ho would strangle on a small'syllable."
• "Neither of them," '
-yon - said his n-nanamo was
"Yes that's it."
-well then, wh'-iVh-what Wye call
'th-that ?" says he; as he sung out
"Jaek"• and the whole six dogs' looked
up :tad 'wagged their"tails like a lot of
spavined oxen in fly time. -
"Why, I call' it Confoutidednonsense
Iwo to expect e 'to take ' hewhole Six
ddgs because they're named, Jack. I
don't want to 'start a sausage mill, you
understand. Mince Meat isn't' in my
line.. • .
-w-well, hint you gain' to take
"Certainly not, do you 'suppose I
am a gibbering idiot
'"W-w-wlwell;' you eh chant have
him now it • you want, him. I w..w.
wouldn't trust a decent d dog with a
m-al man like you anyway."
And the six canines fell 'into lino
and. , trotted • down the street alter
I had not got- fairly into the house,
before there was another ring. Seedy
looking man with a semi-decayed' yet :
low dog . !Hid ribs stuck out so,''that
he looked as it he had' gOrged hiinself
'with a spiral spring. -
"You advertised tbl* it dog, I believe
Well, I caught hits around hero in the
alley after a desperate struggle. Fine
-"Welt, I don't think he is. He looks
tome as it he wasn't well.' He is too
ethereal for this world, young man,
depend upon it."
"Oh not at all sir. Only shedding
his coat sir'; all good dogs do at - this
time of the year." -"
"See that, sir," said this seedy Cau
casian, holding the do: , by the cuff of
the neck. "See hew he yelps; that's
a sign of pluck; that dog would tight
at million •wild cats, he would, and
lick 'cm too, sir."
"Get out I" I exclaimed, and the
dog put his tail between his legs and
ran for the gate.
"See that, sit-? see that,?" said the
map, as ho seized him, "that's a sign
hors well trained; no raw d og . behaves
like that, I want you to know. Now,
s'pose you'fork over that five:"
‘ 4 Not'tonch t I clon't wAnt ghat my
TERMS, 's2,oo' a , year ria - adVanee:i
"Yo,u ; won' t d °AO —IV ell, then, talto
hira for seventy-five cents, and say 'tic)
more about it. He's a valuable ani
mal. You'll never get another such
a chance." : . ••,
tell yon .won't have him."
"Well, don't then," said. the man, as
he kicked the animal over on my flow
er pots and broke three of them, while
the ,brute' dashed madly down the
.middle;of the streetc,.
. .Just•thcn.a big ruffian •in a slouch
bat came up with•a bull dog, sprung
in the knees, and „lamenting' the
tire loss of his tail:; Wheh the rafrian
spoke to him he wagged the' whole. of
the lust half of him. ;• •
"I'vo brought that there dog,'n was
'the observation made by the •ruffian,
"andi'd finger them there :-stamp,
_ , "Aly , friond, said L “that is not my
dog."; ,c• ' ;;1;
"Yes it is, though." •
"But it is nut."
"Don't I tell you it is? Didn't' you
say the tip of his tail was gone.? Well,
jest look at him,•will you?"'
"Well, , [ won't have him, anyhow!!
I uYou:Avant , to,cheat - me, - :do yen ?
I'll fizdyou.:•.B.sieir: :him,: Ball r said
this outrageous ruffian, as the dog
flew at me,-giving me barely Ahab to
got inside and shut the dour on his
frontispiece. guess I squeezed •the
•nose off that dog. But tho man 'curs
ed forabout five minutes,: and • then
flung a•brick :at .the door andi•went
away. • • • •:• T.•••!
In less than twenty Minutesi:anoth
or ring. • Small pox,marked man in •a
red shirt this. Who. ;Had a• speckled
dog that looked.as if he lead been out
,without an• umbrella .•whoty•lt was
ruining :ink:: SayS• this victith ',the
smull-priX::" • ; • !,, ,• ••: • • !
; • "You know' that'dog You • advertis
ed' for? Well; htire: he is." „• ,
• ,"o,pslntw,!?'- said I, "you .kuoi,V that
isn'tittly •dog." • .; ••
"Your name's Quill,:ain% it PP
said I. •:: . •
••:"Woll,:then, this here is: the Aleg,‘L—
He's the best ratter you ever ••seen.—
'Slings them around , like ho waS'aintis
ing laisself, he does, soil—"•••
"But he is - not:my dog."
•'rind he is a bully watch dog 'Look
at him !Look at him•now—he's Watch
ing now ! Why,: he'll •sit there and
watch and watch, until he goes stone
will. He'll watch all night
if you only let him. I gulfs.' I'll jest
chain him up while you go in and , get
the V." •
"No; -- yon needn't," said I. "I'll
blow his brains out if yOu 'don't take
strapped today; jest, lend rue, five on
him this morning, will yOuy I'll pay
"See hero, n-w, you just getout of
.here, or I'll take the hido off of you,"
I said, for I began to get excited, you
`Llw I you ain't worth a cent, you
actually ain't," said the pock-marked
man, as ho walked off, after , . clipping
the dog over the head with one of tny
fence pailings, and then putting his fin
gers up to-his nose.
Not a minute after, up comes a.man
with u'inastiff as big as a small horse.
';Say, boss, want that five," • was
all lie remarked, by way of- introdu
;eing the subject.' • .
"Well, you can't get it, ,and
don't leave I'll call the police," I ex
-chained in despair. ,•
' "Watch him Zip I" said the man, in
stantly, and the dog flew at me, throw
me down and bit a slice of muscle out
of my leg, and•distigured me fo lifo.
Then the assassin who owned him call
ed him off and went away laughing.
• I didn't answer any more rings that
day, but - about 4.o'clock in the after
noun I looked out of the second story
window, and-the yard was full•of mon
with all kinds of dogs. Black dogs,
white dogs, yellow dogs, variegated
dogs, fle.a•bitten dogs, do,1•8 -with tails,
dogs..without tails, rat terriers, bull
pups, poodles, lox hounds, spaniels,
Newfound lands, mixed . breeds, point
ers, setters, and a multitude - of other
-varieties, all growling, yelping,! bark:
lug, snapping and jumping about until
there wasn't a flower pot left in- the
place,.and the.noise.was worse than a
menagerie at meal time:
I hasn't got my dog yet. I don't
want him either. I don't care if
ever see another dog between this and
the silent grave. I only-wish that all
the dogs (rum here to Russian 'Ameri
ca were collected into a contention,
and had hold of that man .with the
mastiff, that they , might gnaw on him
until he had .not a, morsel of meat left
on his skeleton. That is all I want
in the dog line in this world.
14 . 1 V ' , I AND , APPL-Il is the eas
iest thing in the world to be happy if
men and women would only think so.
Ijapprness is Only' another name for
hiVe; for where love exists in a house
hold, there happiness must also exist,
even though it has'poverty for a close
companion. Where love exists, not,
oven though it be in 0 palace, happl
nosti can never come. lle was a cold
tind selfish being -who originated the
saying that "when Poverty comes in
at the door, Love flies,out at the win
dow;" and his assertion proves con
clusively that 'he bad 'no knowledge
of love, for unquestionably, the re
vertm of the axiom quoted is nearer
the truth. When poverty collies in at
the door, love, true love, is more than
ever inclined to tarry, and do battle
with the enemy. let those who im
agine themselves miserable, before
they; find fault with 'their surround
search in their own hearts for
the true cause. A few kind words, or
a little forbearance, will often open
the way to, a flood of bunshino in a
house darkened ,by the clouds of dis
, cord and ttnamiahility.
True Stodes about Dogs;
A. King. Charles.:Spaniei belonging
to a frAmily. in. Gloucestershire, ,14.1ng
land, was very . nlever and docile. '
dry evening IMWOuld fetch his!towel
and brush, and stand ' Patiently't6 be
washed, combed and brushed by his
mistress. Generally -he was-"accus
tomed, to, take his
,meals with the fam
ily, but if his mistress were 'going to
dine from honie; she used to say to
him: "Prince, you must go - and -dine
at the rectory, tb day." .Tlie dog
would ism, oil for the rectory ; —a long,
crooked, and puzzling road—and reach
there in timejoydinner. Theiro he
would wait until be, had taken his sup
per, and,Oturb_heme as ho,
'There' Was onee'im honest tocidOn
ei',"Who J ini'stertu o becaMO "very
poont • 'Bitt , in his' , pdver tyd ho;'n'eVer
neglected 'his •dogi lle..would ; .share
every_ crust, with, „him, •and often ihe
Would go,hangry himself and, bay,,a
pOnn,y hone Tor his pidient friend. At
lest's!) . aceident 'Made the geed ''n - Mn
perfecily blind. , •,Then his faithfuNdg
took care of him; leading: him safely
through . the crowded,J,,ondon streets.
111 was .always,attentivp to his, mas
ter; 'tdii 'When any
threw' hiin piece of nibholf, 'he
would' take it up iri his mouth 'and 'Put
, it into the blind man's hand. . The dog
was so-clever in finding , these peonies
when they rolled out of sight,or were
buried in the mud, that a great many
persons threw - doWn a penny-just for
the fun of secing.him- , find it.' .-in•this
manper.he really., supported his dear
old helpless master.
: • , Once a Scotch shepherd :was •tondi ng
shpt his , on ,the, Ci ran plan
faithful clog and,,his„little, box, three
yeal-'.4 chit' were With him. } l l6O little
na - ellmb the:stee - pliill, So
•his•fatherieft him , gath
eriug •floWers and••berries;••while,'
went ltigyt up ,• on Abe • jaggetll roplis,to
overlook, his. Rocks. Suddeply,a vory
lleavy fog "dan'te. lip. The .sheliherd
ldaitalidttkgeell'iliiirilhild, but Old
was so thickflinlcould-not-timf
hoTcallod.and„whistled : neith
er the, el - 0.1 . nci .. t. dog made any,answer.
TIM poor man got lost also, and at
last, tif.er'lvandering for" - hours, he
found hintlielfiMarhis own hOtho.. The
neighbors listened-to •his story and ea
' gayly Went, with :him in search of the
child.. Day, after. day they ,scoured
the country'iA'el-ery direction, billjtho
poor fellow could not be found: Tlidu
,distracted - father began to risk
questions-about the dog., Where way
he? been 'lmmo at all while
they were out lon their'hopelesS search?
, thwanitise. two_or
three times a day, just to, get his reg
ular allowance of cake, and after tak•
ing a little bite he had run . away' with
it in -his month. This he had been do
ing for se'veraf•daysAut the phor,
heart•hyoken mother- had been in too
much trouble to mention it. :4s, soon
as the shepherd heard this, he waited
for the dog to come. The faithful fel
-1 low came at last, slowly arid riainfnlly,
as ff•he had hardly strength to walk;
but he would not eat morn than-a little
; piecoof his. cake, and again• went off
j bearing it in his mouth, the., father
I followed hiM. At i - aihie to a
fall of. Water a short 'disttineo froin
.whero.tho" , thild: was • lost.; -and• from
this place he began to go down a .hill
that was so steep and full of rocks that,
the strong, man mould not get, down
„without great difficulty. Once down,
- the dog turned and went into a cave
hidden in the bushes. Withlt beating
I heart, thMfather'hastened to the spot,
-and ; looking- in, ho saw his little son
.sitting there eating heartily of. the
cake, while tho do g stood by bat-king
with jny. How the, little fellow got
down there, no ono ever kneW ; but he
• was found•alive and well. - The dog,
who had never left him night and day,
except to run home to get him a cake,
had saved him from starving. We
may believe that the noble animal was
well fed and nursed that night; and
that grateful- prayers were.Sentito hea
ven from the shepherd's cottage.
To CoNsuMPT_IVES EVERYIi'ILERE.—A
correspondent of • a Georgia 'paper
writes as!folloWs - ••
•. -"Having seen - .much' suffering , from
eonsimption,.and knowing that.thou
sands of dollars are yearly= spent by
invalids traveling for-their [mall li, and
on medicines and physicianir,' we pro . -
pose a siinple recipe( by-which patients
may become their own physicians, and
if not too far gone, \Vitt guarantee a
perfect cure if made and regularly tn•
ken according to directions. The in
gredients are hoarhouud, mullein and
molasses, ingredients 'that are •withir:
the reach of all, the mullein growing
wild in weepy field, the , lioarhound in
every garden, and the molasses'can be
had at any grocery. The direetionS
for making are, to take a large-hand
Cul of he:abound' and boil es strong a
tea as can possibly he made. Take up
and then boil an equal amount of mul
lein in- the same way. Take a teacup
ful 'can't of mullein and befit - bound,
mixed together in a suitable Vessel;
then add a cupful of molasses and stew
to a syrup—the quicker the better.-
Take a teaspoonful three times a day.
lie particular in following• directions
us to making, and also as to taking
and we shall guarantee relief in all
SCB mint too far advanced - Tire Writer
d oes no t claim :his recipe us orig=inal
with himself, html baS'recomm, , Thied it
in many cases with good result. .t
the ingredients are et - mill - 161i [Lnd
obtained, it is not best' to make more
than a quart at a time',.particulariy in
warm weather, as the fresher it is the
better effect will he produced Papers
of the country will confer a blessing on
this, alas ! too numerous class—north,
swath, east and west—by publishing
time above reeipe
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subscription is reneWcil, receiving
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All kind s , Jangyi and
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Ince. -Terms Moderate.
.116"U - s'e" i fii
How funny of i.euri , readel'a are
IYitlf the curly ; history, of. tho
moton - i"on,lignso rd dy,nu insect that makes appearan co in early 1 - riVehrh.-
less swarms, coming from sor n e'' ‘ in_
. most as mysteriously ? t ,Tbere aro few
insects at once so familiar to
Yet thO natural hfstory'of i 'Wfireif'
little understood; and it rria:YVn'okAha
I,amiss, ,thereforp,.,tor recount z orpfevio
facts which have been asdertained in
regard to it.
The Wrildirof Diptei•d; ed.
fly belongs. is one of- - groatAfftent,'And
its members, in their
include,many of t the greatestpests , in
botii"tO man and
The Ynifigaito;qhn' liaat;ltlf bid
and the liorsO4fly, the tstitzei;
other, specips„ are,well-known i I luWa.•
tions of this - stateMent, -many, of them
being - ar'nYed lari and' &IVA.
iof which tlity..become,n, source,ofotor
ment. The house-fly,„ ; how,ever o -,411.-
though provided, with • a somewhat
'similar appaia:tn's`, diies"ndt hsOltbom
monly seas to 'draW .bledd,'ltg:'-offell
,pertinapity ; with which_it t t up,On
crawling over ( the i elfin,,oriin,ilifor ( kng
articles of food.
The eggs of-the !liouselly aredUtd in
dead leaves; antkpspecially in, manure
of :stablos„about seventy • eighty
(Ming the MeMid ' • SO . du
hatch, and 'the 'lai!Val'-grolVbrrhpisdly
, eel! ; i t. „ARer i ,a 1i e, ot,tker
skiniartleaq,,qM.l tiecomes,l?rcwn acid
tO cash1 1 3 i; 94
'li'ttleLlerrid diilded 'into rings:dine
transformation rot - the!lafotClis' iquiek fy
aud,the l animaliiimiop,q,reAcly to
- emerrro as a. Irrfeet i i9seet.' i , i
• eiini mod IllOW''flY't4
'SpediCs'ot-this j eraer';"tvliigli'lliyh"fits
',eggs c:in !)decaYinjmflostql!aind.:: i wbiati
eqmetiraes,!,ll4o..,before c ; leaving' (the
hotly of t„he . - pkrept,upd in any
'Very t `gbon'bet!dai r e' l de.t'elop`e'd idtb the
maggots.:ivliichMre:the:-.. an n oyance, - !of
housekeepers, in hot weattilm t ; !, !
A fly tyo tar to the house-fly in gen
eral appoitrance, but with tlie wings
diverging more widely when in "ill'atitto
of ros6 is prpvuiSti with Alvery,power
ful pincek.fty .ffleariS,bkqqd
may' be praw n in an instqut qfter r , sq.
tlirig up - onAlib'b667 or:in
1 ace rioth; fact! t hatAlirslspecies; like
the Mosquito; in tilightinrupolvamtip.
right surface, minimally rests with, !its
head_upward,,the true liouq-fly ',occu
pying a piTeisely dpposito -- direction,
or 'with the heail ilownivard;' thub'
fording a ready•incans of: distinguish
ing them., ,
The house-fly,, - both as grub and p9r.
feerhfseet; furnialle's"food to. a great
variety of other animals'; - birt this 'da•-•
traction- of ,the adulteisliargelyduiS. to
the,growth of a parasitieifungus.svhigh
attacks'it, atid, , de l yeleping Japidlyjn
its interior, soon tixhilusts its ,vitalq,
•• • - , • " . .1,1• A
,A, JtAsy, P.p.o3H§E. —Tye ! Portland
Argus tells - the following story of
youn ,, 's lady who is a' pu - pil''at • one "of
the schools in 'that ei - who'-i-has
alreatly,it .seems,:,beateriaPer.-;fath - er
• Bee - odebtfy, proposed -
m thiti," if PO
fathPr w'aitlif give her' . only
;on one'day, 'and double tiffiVreoltrit'olt
• each. successivo "day for just'one 'Month
she would pledge herself neyer„to :aide
of ; him another cent.of money as,lo,pg
hs she uot'Stop
plorto run • oVer - the figureS' in' hia
head, and not supposing it• - -*Oufd
amount to a. large sooty, : }vas .glade to
,aceept theofTerat-,orie,e,- / thinking,it.
also a favoratle opportunity toincludo
a possible inarrhige dowry 'in': tlie' . l.4-
Ulm 'AL , the tarenty-fifth day 'inSibo.
came greatly alarmed, leastdl- he coin,
Pla„own , acpeptitnec . ,,P.4,
migh,L,6o,9bligo to _be. ,~`deelrtrod >a
bankrtiptren hie own petition" . `-
.'Bet at the thirtieth day the . young
girl , dcrilanda only die . pretty -seini•df
85,36E1,,70.9,12 I, The _astonished mer,
chant was, only too happy, to cancel
the claim by tiditineing a handsome
cash payment for his folly in allowing
himself-to give a'bond---;for his', word
considered-asho good as Pis „botyd m ,
without, noticing the, eollsi,d9rtttloa
therein es - Pressed', and" by promising
to rettirn-to the-old Vifstbni'ot'advane,
ing smaller sums daily Unfit otherwise
ordered„ l ,.
Our arithmetic reporter has -been
"figuring on to it," and. says, that if
the old - gentleman lied fulfilled his Pre;
misc,' his -gushing diinghter" Would
have had, upon - receipt of the thirtieth
payment-the snug - little sum of 510,,
lave, 'among - the' . Cheataals 2 Laline4
anywhere else, a' wordi''of that &lie
would mean business.:„i,
simpla • "eard" - mayi)reftfahly stand
for years without changing; but a son'.
sation advertisement should I)(l,c:hang
ed as.often as you can get the printer
to do it.
Mrs. Stanton's advice about - ehbos:
ing a wife is; "Always .1ti0k..10y:.4
girl with go od ICCIII, for ;he tee,l4 avo
i-ainplo of ovory !m l e A„ the 1:1 1 1:,
CI, e t Dela ware coif:its, if:tvu birth
girls, five pounds each, and one boy.:
seven pounds. ,The litae ones are said
to be bright and pretty.
A' •tali , Anna. , lindriiii4 • a p rsor,
tell, , hoh WOO , ho had felt lot' atiot her
who wits in distress-and needed
Unice, drily asked him : "Fu iend, hast i
thou felt thy pocket for him:'