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• sEstray, or oilier short Notices 1 50
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' orling to these tern!x.
Local or Special nukes, 10 cents it line for single iu
'Bey ties By t h e Tear at a reduc,d nto.
01 , greet Wl' the puling of Blanks, Ilandiolw, etc,
'are reason:lbl) low.
roftssionill& Ntsintss 6a6s.
PR.PR. A. B: BRUMBAUGH,
uavt. g verll.lo:o473. located at Ilttntingdoa, offtri,
iprofifhiolill seri iteti to the community.
Office, the 0010 e 00 that lately occupied hy Dr. Laden
'FA 101! etreet. apIO,I2GG
pH. JOHN bIeCULLOCI-1, offers his
- stafessionta services to the citizens of Huntingdon
vicinity. Mica on Hill street, one door east of Heed's
grog f.d.ove, Aug. '2S, "65.
by ALLISON MILLER,
tr'Slaored to the Brick RowoppbelN. (hr Chad House,
• - 'DENTIST.
- Offfee resnored to LeNter's Met Ituilding,
21111 street, Iluntlegdon.
1010 killg ON 40
• RU .L. 17 TINGD , E Nif A
JOEIN 8-111ILLER, Proprietor.
neat C, IE7O. -
A P. IY. JOUNSTON,
AU kind, of writing, drufang, do , done, tot not , eo
Office on Smith Street, over Woc.de & IViitiemsock'a Law
'Jake. _ Nuv. :t2,10
Jr A. POLLOCK,
,NUIVEYOR (DI?.EAL ESTATE AGENT,
Will attend to Surveying In all its branthes, and will
'Guyana sell Real Estate in any part cattle United Utah's.
brood fur circular. decan-tt
OMCo In Carmlng,Latu'o new buttdtag, Jtottt,somery st
AU legal Limitless promptly attended to ee2i'7o
SYLV &NUS BLAIR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
°lnce on Hill street, three tlovi of Smith. 75'69
Fromthe kiln T.Wor, Nat klesburg. grey
eu by chemical nattlyais to be of the he.t ytatto, con
laillltif kept and for sale in any gentility, at the &pot
the Ituntingdon and Broad T p Itaaroud.
."-Apply to floury Leister, Proprietor of the “Itroaa
Top LLuuoo^ one-)7,tt
J. HALL MUS3XIt.
MUSS ER l FLEMING,
ATTO.RiVEYS-AT-L A Il',
lIUNTING DON, v.%
Woo second floor of Leislet% Lading, 011 Intl street.
trottstons and other claims promptly coiketoo.- - toy
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rOLUI CRS' CLAIMS, IIf)UATI, LACK L'Al ANL
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or Bounty, _nark Pay and Peusamer, mu hare then claims
prom} tly Collected by apply in either au person or by let
'W. IL WOODS,
ATI - oz:I - 4r AT LA in
ul4l , ISB3
ATTOREE Y AT LA IV,
Eticciai atteuttou giren to Collections of all Mods to
the settatineut of Estates, &c 4 nod nil other legal boor
t..e prosecuted st ith tiddlty and di: patch. jan.1.10t.7
di..IIOGL T. DROWN,
The name of this firm has been etla.mg
ed from SCOT! S ItitOWN, to
SCOTT, BROWN & BAMIY,
n! or WWI. name they will 1o:rota:1 couduet tacit
ATTORN.ErS LAW, 117INTINODOY, PA.
.111,, PENSIONS, =dal Claims of noldiei a awl soldiers' heir.
- Whist the G evenuneut, will he prwupt ly tausolli
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P. X. Lytle & Milton S. Lytle,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Mare formed a partnerihir under the name and firm
P. M. & M. S. LYTLE,
And bare removed to the alien on the south tichi of
]Till street, fourth door nest of smith.
They atilt attend promptly to all kinds 01 legal hunt-
Ntl'esa entrusted to their carts.
Wholesale awl Ratan dealer in
(wear the Broad Top B. It. Corner,)
It.lliadurtriehaviog dlaposea of blb stopli tome. Ihare
rasa charge of this estabiistimeut with a determluati
to ploise customers with thequality and prices of
gars, smoking and chewing Tobaccos, de, and will 40
lacmierl to receive a liberal share of public patronage.
Dealeia win hod it to their lotereat to buy from me,
Ism PrGPWVd . , t? .0)10 tow H. eastern tioalers.
- ,OF' I ; Za • ,3AelitOS
a 7. U.
R. B. LIAB,
Ihe Union Bank of Kuntinggor
(Late John tare k C 0.,)
golicit accounts from Banks, Bankers and others.
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Ca - Heaton!, made on all points. Drafts on all parts of
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' 'Persona oepoeftlog &told seal SPear will receive the
z name return with Interest. Toe Simplest; are itahvid
;.cally liable to the extent of their , u hole property for all
The untleNted Isaainesa of the late firm of John Bare .k
.Co will be completed by The Union Mak of Ilnutiagbe
,r0,1009-Of C. C. NORTH, Cashier.
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z k i ci t l u ig
g a ., Ene r sj i nd
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pINENS,-of all grades, GLOVES,
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A general assortment of goods, al
at law eat cash prices, and of the
Butter, Eggs, tc.,tallen in exchange
jAwntingdon, April 26, :Ain
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,vos, call at
IZIr IS lIQOK 4,172 P 4TIO,2VERr STORE
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SMUCKER, BROWN & CO.,
IN , S:,\XITI-IS' BUILDING,
UIV TEN GL ON PA
Have just opened! an Immense stock of the latest et) les
and belt manufacture of
7.LITTRESSES, of all kinds,
COTTAGE & WALNUT SUITS,
of all styles
Purchasers will find the largest stock of
good furniture ever offered in Central Penn•
sylvunia, which will be sold
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
We buy direct from manufacturers for
cash and will sell fur cash, and ar thus en•
abled to offer
than are to be had in the Cities.
CALL AND EXAMINJi OUR STOCK
July 12-3 m
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ITOU can save from 10 to 30 par at
by buy tug your ruetruments from
STEINWAY & SONS,
CHECKERING & SONS,
RAVEN & BACON'S,
TILE UNION PIANOFORTE CO'S
GEORGE , : M. GUILD & GO'S.
CONRAD MEYERS, ,
AND ALL (Aim MAKES Op
MASON & HAMLIN'S, and
GEO. WOODS & CO'S celobhited
0 G 1 S,
or any other maim &aired. Also, 31E1,91./EON.S., OtiI•
TAILS. VIOLINS, Gorman Accordoono, Shoat 61usic, Mu
sic Books, &c.
New and good Pianos for gno end upwards.
Now 9 Octet*. Olgans for $lO
Now Alohaloons for 70
Poj„..Alt Ity.trrononti Wurrantedforilue years.
.49.cnts supplied at juices, the g.wwie as in the
Call on or address 11. J. 0 Refit F.,
np12,70 2,1 Boor Loistvr's New Building.
Latest Arrival of Gent's Goods.
his removed to Ole room user JOllll Dire & Cols Hank,
(Old Brood !top Corner.) "beta lie iS 'prepured,to do ell
Iciuds of work in his lino of bobbin:as. He lumina. receiv
ed r. full line at
- VEST' 'N GS,
CASSE M ERS,
Than64;l for past patronage he solicits a continuance
Of the same. The nUentlon of the public is called to hie
block of chat., &c., %%Lich be is pit pa. ea to melte up to
ender in a fashionable, e.nrable and morkmanlike mita ner.
Please give me a tall.
lluatingdln, Pa., April 7th, 1869
By tl.e boa, pack, or Teen quao tap, for rale at •
.r.E /US' BOOK A 'TO TIOXERrStORL.
W & WILSONS
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS LiSP,OSITION, 1867.
They are adapted to MI kinds of Family Sowing. and
to the use of Reametreeses, Dressmakers, Tdilere, 31arru
facturers of Shirts, Collura, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Clothing, Hats, Cape, Corsets, Linen Goode, Umbrellas,
Far asole, etc. They work equally well upon silk, linen,
uou'en and cotton goods, with milk, cotton or linen
thread. They quilt, gather, hoot, fell, cord,
braid, bind, and perferm every tprcleß °rimming, making
lleautilikl suit re, n...ct stitch, ollko nu both tildes of the
girth to sewed.
The qualities which recommend them are:
1. beauty and excellence of stitch, abbe on both sides of
the fabric mewed.
2. Strength, firmness and durability of seatn,that will
not rip nor ravel.
a Economy of Thread.
a. Attachmeuta and wide tango of application to purge.
see and materiels.
5. Compactneas and elegance of model and finish.
6. Hmglicity and Mut talghnelta Of COtletrUCtioll.
7. Sperd, cosr of operation and management, and 10595•
UM of istorameut.
As/radians free to all. ltlachiuea kept in repair ono
year tree of•chat go.
raj - GRAND Dian AT - '4l
BEAVERS, _ _ -
CH INCH ILL AS,
GEO. F. MARSII
Second story ofßead's new Building.
irwon,gdon, Oct 30
BEAD AND BE POSTED
TO THE NE WL Y _MARRIED
New Furniture , Sitc.
THE undersigned would respectfully
lI announce •Imt. he - mrinufacturea and keeps constantly
en handn 1a.t,,, mid splendid aiosectutentnf
MIN() AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
WASII AND OANDIJI STANDS
Windsor and cane RPM ['hail°, cupboards, gilt and rose.
wood moulding for mirror mud picture frames- and a vari
ety of et ticlea not moat-toned, at prices that cannnt fall to
lie la also agent for the well known Dailey 4 Decamp
patent spring Iced bottom.
The public are incited to call and examine his stock
before purchasing. elsewhele.
Work nod antes room on 11111 Wool, neor Sm.lllt t ono
dotit Trost of Youter'e store.'
nuutlngdou, Ana.l,lBo •
New - Cheap Store.,
Crownover & Decker,
have illst opened at their new store, west
end of Hill Street, next door to the National
Hotel, clear Fisher's Mal, iu IlutainOon, a
largo and selected stook of .
• DRESS-GOODS, GROCERIES,
13 0 0 TAS al ND SHOES;
FISH and SALT,
F.L.pgR and CROP,
And everything elect generally kept in a
first class store,
Everything new and selling cheap, fur
• CASH OR PRODUCE.
May.24.pal. CRDWNOVDD lc DE
A Patent Self Itteter Lae been attoehea to the celebr
ted GROVEIt d. RAKER SEWING MACHINES
The chore machines will make Other the chain or
Lock Stitch, Witch alike on both Earfaceed. Call and
ea than work. ror further Information vrito to or cal
Lancaster and Hagerstown
A. NZ AI,. Z 1 1" AL .C,
For 8212 al Lewis' Book Sore
HUNTINGDON. PA.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1870.
U„ 13, LL'l7ir/8, Agent,
AND ALL IN WANT OF
BE (PING MACILINES.
GREENE & BRO,
Aeleter'd Bultdiui, up staire
Fresh glides the brook and glides the gale,
Yet yonder halts the quiet mill;
The whirling wheel, the rushing, sail,
How motionless and still!
Six days of WO, poor child of Uri,
Thy strength the stare of wet Inqy be;
The seventh thy limbs escape the chain;
A Gmd heti; made thee free!
Ah tender was the law that gave,
This body respite to thy breast;
To breathe,the gale, to watch the wine
And know the wheel nuty rest !
Bat where the waves the gentlest guide,
What image charms to light thine eyes ?
The spire reflected on the tide
Invites thce to the skies. ,
To teach the soul its noblest 'quill),
The rest from mortal toil is given ;
Go snatch the brief reprieve frbm earth,
And pass—a guest to Heaven.
They tell thee in their dreaming' school,
0f power from old dominion hurled,
When rich and poor, and jaster rule,
Shall share the altered world. •
Alas! sinee time itself began,
' That fable bath but fouled the hour ;
Each ago that ripens power in Mau
But subjects man to power.
Yet every day in seven at least,
One bright republic shall he known ;
Man'a world a while hath surely ceased,
When God proclaims his own.
Six days may rank divide the poor
0, Dives, from thy banquet hall ;
The seventh the rather opium Ilia door,
And holds Ilis feast for all!
A. Dream of Stephen Girard and its
Stephen Girard was one of the most
remarkable men who over lived. 'Phil
adelphia, the city where he amassed
his great fortune in business, was the
recipient of his munificent bounty at
his death, and his name and memory
are well preserved in the Girard Col
lege, Girard Row, Girard Avenue,
Girard Bank, Girard insurance Com
pany, Girard House, cut. At Girard
Crliege where the support and edu
cation of some five hundred orphan
and half orphan boys are provided for,
there is a marble statue at Mr. Girard,
which represents him with exact fidel
ity to his appearance in life. lie was
of short stature, had a benevolent
smile and a shrewd thee. Ile wore a
largo peculiar coat, and his hair was
tied in a queue. ilia whole lite was
marked by eccentricities, which, in no
particular were more obhervahle than
in his occasional act of benevolences.
—ln his. ;Ace, was u young man. us
e.lerk - , who attended to his duties very
intelligently and fuithfuily. This had
attracted the attention of Mr. Girard,
for nothing escaped him. One mor
ning ho Caine into the office, and call
ing the clerk, remarked :
"Young man, I dreamed about you
last, ni g ht.
"Dreamed of mo ?" returned the
clerk in surprise.
, Yes ; I bate a form and beard a
voice. The, form was your own, end
the voice said : 'This man is your best,
clerk, but he should be a cooper.
Merchants fail,but coopers are always
sure of a living by their trade. So
you must leave me and learn to be a
first-rate cooper. I never go contrary
to my dreams. They often tell me
how to proceed. I trust in them as
do my own judgment, and I obey them
conscientiously. to and get a place
to learn the trade of a cooper, and
when you can make a barrel come and
see me. again."
The clerk was, of course, greatly as
tonished, but ho had no lour of toil,
and Jio knew that he would lose' nett'.
ing by falling in with the directions
of Mr. Girard. Accordingly he settled
up his anairti at. the office, and in a low
days engaged with Mr. Girard's cooper
to learn the trade. During a long pe.-
riod he kept steadily at work, and
made excellent progress. '
Meanwhile Mr. dirard had not for
gotten him. fie often saw the young
inan in his overalls on the wharves at
work, and he always spoke encourag ;
iuly to him Ile had not made up his
mind as to what ho would do for him,
but he was greatly pleased at the
successful *currying oat of his dream.
On one occasion, as he came from tho
wharf, he muttord :
"My young cooper is doing welt.
Ile is a man, cecry inek of him. I
must give him a.helping hand."
4 few nights subsequently the; good
old man was sleeping
,calmly in his
humble looking apartment. Zhu real
wealth did not show itself in anything
tibout. him. The furniture was old.
fashioned, and all the surroundings
were strictly after the plain taste of the
owner. As he slumbered his counten
ance was calm, and without the.trace
of a single care. At times a blight
smile flitted over his face, and he
seemed to be in a pleasant dream.
Ills slumbers continued icr a con
siderable time, when he suddenly
awoke. 11e rubbed his eyes and then
"Ab, ha he said, "I've bad a dream
againabout my young cooper. I
thought that I'd hear something about
him again. -There is a good spirit look
ing utter his welfare, surely. 'When he
finishes hit; apprenticeship, and is a
good cooper, give him twenty thoustrd
dollars to start in business,' whi n spUreds
a voice in my ear. Of course 1 will.
He is worthy ul encouragement. The
money will go ;flto good bands. Of
course I'll give it to hiin but' in my
owe way. lie, ha ; I've a plan for
Soon' the old man dropped into An
other slumber again. .flo had, the
same palm countenance, Lind
serene smile., ilia life was devoid of all
evil, and his dreams wore of good deeds
in store for the future.
Oile day the yoluig
Lean palled. into gr. jriirard's aloe.
lie was in the garb of a theehanie;
and ho looked healthful and sinetvy
from manual labor.
"good day, Mr. Girard," be said, as
the old gentleman turned to him with
a warm greeting . "I have come to
tell you that I am a good cooper now."
I've served my "entire tine."
"Can you make a good barrel ?"
"As good as any cooper in Philadel
"Make twenty, and bring them hero
The young man went off, and in an
hour was hard at work at the barrels.
He was - really a superior workthati,
and when the twenty barrels were
completed they wore the admiration
of all in' the shop. When they had
been plaCed in Mr. Girard's store ho
examined every one of them with the
closest scrutiny. Ho looked 'at the
staves. the hoops, the heads - , the shape,
the cutting, and the - driving, and in
the end remarked to the young cooper,
who was anxiously :waiting 'his ver
"They aro good barrels. I never
saw beam'. You, have learned your
trade, and done your part faithfully.
Come into tho counting-room, and
I'll now do mine." •
The couple went ' into the office.
The old man's face was beaming. with
pleasure and satisfaction, and the
young man's was flushed and pale by
turns froth the'peculiar eircumstaces
of the moment. ld.r. Girard took down
his cheek4iook, and wrote a check.
This he cut out; and then turning to
the young man, said :
"My young friend, listen to me.
Your fidelity; promptness and energy
attracted my attention Then I had
the dream about you I mentioned to
you a long time ago. You acted with
alacrity upon the suggeation made in
consequence of that dream, and to-day
you stand before me skilled in a trade.
I have dreamed of you in the mean•
time. A good spirit whispered into
my ear to give you twenty thousand
dollars'. You have made for me twenty
superior barrels, for which I will now
pay you ono thousand dollars each,
making twenty thousand in all.
Mr. Girard at this juncture placed
in the hand of the agitated young man
the cheek ho had prepared.
"NoW," ho continued, }•ou have a
capital' to commence business as a
merchant if you see fit• Should dis
aster overtake yen, go to your trade
Plie . young man broke forth into a
torrent, of thanks, but Mr. Girard
abruptly stopped him, saying :
"You lose interest on your money
while you talk. I have fulfilled my
dreams, and done justice by you.
liere this strange interview ended.
The young man went away with
the deepest gratitude in his heart, and
a resolution to make a man in busi•
rises worthy of thn respect of his gen
erous benefactor. lle subsequontly
became one of the first merchants of
Philadelphia. This incident is one of
the most singular in the history ~t Mr.
Girard, and ito fess in the annals of
Running a Newapaiier,
One of our exchanges is excited
over being asked to do gratilitous
puffery and relieves itself in this vig
orous fashion :
"Some men 'who have paid two dol
lars at an early period in life fbr an
advertisement worth four or five, ap-
pear to think they aro stockholder in
the establishment for eternity. They
demand the publication of all narriage
and funeral notices, obituaries and
family episodes for the next forty-ser.
en years gratis Speak-of pay 'and
they grow indignant. 'Don't I pit : -
ronize your paper ?" "Yes hitt you
received the worth of your-mithey.for
what• you paid." "Buf," says the
patron, Pit: will inot cost you anything
to put this in," which is•as ridiculous
as to ask 'a man-to grind your axThii
his grindstone, and graciously tell
him that it WOO - cost him &bent: '-.lt
takes- money • to run a netySpaPer,fis
well as any other business, and no
paper will succeed financially that car
ries a deadhead system, • Any men:
Lion of the people's affairs that they
are anxious to see in print is worth
"The -newspaper business is very
exacting on all connected . with-it, and
the pay is comparatively ; the
proprietors risk more money for small
profits, and the editors and reporters'
work harder and cheaper than the
same number of men in any Other pro
fession requiring the given amount of
intelligence and- training and drud- -
'fiery: The life has its charms and its
pleasant associations, scarcely known
by the outside world; but it has its
earnest work and anxieties and hours
of exhaustion,which, likewise, are not
known to those who think' the b,usi
ness all fun. The idea that newspaper.
dom is the chinned circle where the
favored members live a life:of ease and
tree froM sure; tipdp to the circus at
night 'On' a . free ticket mind to the
springs on ' free pass in the
is an idea which wo desire to explode
practibally; theoretically: Business
is business, and'the
,journal that suc
ceeds is the one that is run on a square
business footing, the Caine as banking
or building bridges, keeping a hottd
or running a livery stable." • -
tt,e, Vanity • has many outlets in
conversation ; but 'great "I" is the
ales A crooked' tree iyilfi,havo a
crooked shadow. •
tdi" 'Chomornwe sleep;
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TER*S, $2,00 a year in advance.
Science Versus Distance.
The first circumnavigators of the
globe were accepted as great heroes,
and viewed with a kind of supersti
tious -admiration. The published ac
counts of ,their, voyages and ,travels
made many, a boy a sailor and a wan
derer for life. And. considering the
limited knowledge of the geography
of land and sea poOsessecr by the wi
sest of that day, and the utmost speed
and strength to which sea going ves
sels bad then attained,•tbe first feats of
circumnavigation deservfed to be re
garded' -as wonderful achievenients.—
flat all the facts have Wonderfully
changed.• I.);stance, as against sci
ence, has-sustained tremendous losses
in the conflict. At present a trip rouri'd
the world May be computed as follows.
From New York to Cleveland, 625
miles, in Seviinteen hours; theiMe to
Chicago, 53S miles,'-in twenty-brio
hours; thence to Omaha; 499 mileo,•in'
twenty-three hours; thence to Sail,
Franeisco;l,9so miles, in ninety-three
hours; thence to Yokohama, 4,714
miles in twenty-one' days; thence to
Hong Kong, 1,670 miles, in six' days;
thence to Calcutta, 3,500 miles, in
fourteen days; thence to Bombay,
1,219 miles, in two flays4.4itence to:
Cairo; 3,600 miles; in twelve du3l - ;:
thence to. Alexandria, 100 milen, in'
five hours; thence to Marseilles, 1,800
miles, in six days; thence to 114avre—
via Paris and Rouen-575 ; miles, in,
thirty hours; thence to New York,
3,159 miles, in nine days-41Mo 4swing
ing round the circle," 23;739 miles, to
just seventy-seven days and twenty
is it at all a matter of surprise, in
view of this marvelous swiftness of the
vehicle g of modern travel, that the
Dodds, Smiths, hills , Joneses, and
even the "In nocnuts,"should bo tempt
ed to start and,pursue the circle round?
A traveled man - once had claim to
some distinction. But alas' for him
now if he has no better claim I The
fool and the
and the prince—now jostle each other
the world around. All that is to he
seen of this world with the eyes of man
is fast becdming common property ;
and, like all other-things when -made
common, we presume the select will
soon Ceaseto travel, and will seek for
eminence in the superior advantages
which surround them at hothe.—State
The Tnides of ArtithalS,
Bees are geometricians; their cells
are so constructed us, with: tho least
quantity of material, to have the larg
est sized spaces and the least possible
loss of interstice. So, alSe, is the ant.
lion ; his tunnel-sbaped trap is exactly
cot rect in its conformation, us if it had
been made by the most skillful artists
of our species, with the aid of the best
ti , i , t ,, osnnts.,..,The mole is a meteorol.
ogist. The bird tait,A-the•Aline-killer
is an arithmetician ; so, also, — lis - -the,
crow, the wild turkey, and some other
birds. The torpedo, the ray, and the
electric eel, are electricians. The nau
tilus is a navigator; lie raises and low
ers Lis sail, casts and weighs his an
chor, and performs other nautical evo
lutions; Whole tribes of bird's arc
musicians. 'The beaver is an archi
tout, builder, and woodcutter; he cut's
down trees awl erects houses and dams.
The marmot is a civil engineer; he
not, only builds bousos, but eonstrtmiki
aqueducts and drains' to keep . lliam
dry. 'The white wits tnnintaii,a roga
lar army of soldiers. The Past „India
ants are iiorticultaralists; ,they . make
mushrooms, UPon which they feed
their young. Wasps arelisper manu
facturers. Caterpillard'are sills spiel
nem. The bird.ploceus textor lea ,wea
ver ; Eie wages,; t. web to , make his
The,primia is a tailor; he
the letiv6S together to make, Gis nest.
The squirrel is a ferryman;
chip or piece of. bark fora boat, and
his tail for-a : sail, be erossekra stream.
4ogs, NVOives,..l:apicals, and many:oth-,
tics arc httnters. The black bear and
harbn'' fi IV!ants:bl:6,
regular . day-laborers. The' monkey is
a repe dancer. 'lle association of
beavers presents us with a mode) ,of,
republicanism. The bees jive under a
o 'hab Indian antelopes fur.
titsh an example of paiiitir6hitl
merit. Elephants exhibit an -aristbo-'
racy of elders. Wild horses aro said
to select their leader. _Sheep„ in a
wild state, are under the control of a
railitay chief ram,
MAGNETIC SPRING.-01170ti MO, du ;
ring the year 180. a company com
menced boring •ii4iter §t
louis,:Gratint"„connty, Michigriti with
the intention of starting a salt faOtoi:Y.
After they had gone down 200 , feetr
they struck a stream ~of .rater,w,hibb
discharged '2130 gatTOICe bf, watcrper,
minute. This caused tficm I,6"'eease'
their boring, and as 'the water
fresh, it was abandoned so. far as Mann=
factoring was concerned, but the,peo %
ple of the place used it for culinall
other purOOSeS FinrillY it :Vas 4ys: -
covered that it magnetized• iron; and'
knives wore laid in it fore 'day, or , so,:
and found to be completely magnetized.
Afterwards a man, living, in the, place,
whii had a paralyzed arm,corn maimed
bathing it in' the water, and the
ho obtained was SO:visible' that othocrS'
who had friends so - afilieted sent, for
them, and all . being liendfi4ed i
water obtained Tao a ce)eblityl,
at the present :timathere.araliundredo
stopping ,g,tt,he, h,ot,nis„eyActej : in:,the,j
'o for the accommodation of i i nvande,
mpany''l69hifig'tiOe'tivell . hhA
erected' 10"batlf• liAstidelbse • hi; '
cioe4 irrangenieti tili4.43eah ma - do for!:
the comfort and conveniemkt gf , pat;
ota . lle that bas
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the moat coruploto obey in the country, oral poo•
seeses the most maple facilities_ for promptly executing in
the best style, every variety of Job`Prlistlng, such ad ,
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What a Spider eats-pet.Diem,il
In order to test what : tt'spiderecallil
do' in. th,u way or eating, we arose
about daybreak iii - fho'nrorning to sup
ply his fine web witly.w.fly..-
however the spider did not come from
lit's retreat, SO we"pe'elied among
loaves, and there .discovered. 04; au
earwing had beed caught and was now
being feastetPoo:!.: The 'spider loft thin
earwig, rolled up the fly, and at
returned to his "first couree."'hiis
was at balfpast, five a.,kn.; in -,)Septem
her. At seven a. the earwig had
been' demolisliea arid the' spider,
resting Awhile, and probably enjoying
a •nap, eamelfown for the fly, which
ho had.ftaished at, nine a. M.. A little
after nine we supplied him with a,ded
At onoio'clock a blowfly.wel greedily
seized, and then immediately, with an
-appetite apparently tie-worse 'for"-hits
the blow fly. "'
'During the day towards evening ) ...o
great many small green flies, or what
are popularly •lerined• midges,' had
been caught in the web;. of,theee we
countedone hundred and twenty all
dead and fast prisoners in-the spider's
net. Soon-after dark,- providcd with
- a - Itintorn_wo_went: examl ne
gestion or in any other way-from-his
previous meals :.instead,-however, of
being thus affectedrhe,was .e'diployed
in rolling , up together..the„variousvlit
tle green midges, which he Oen
to his retreat and AO; This grosses
' he repeated, currying up the .lets, in
little detitchtnents,' until the; Web'Was
eaten, for the web and ifs'c'difterite
were bundled up: together.itiA , Alighl,
rest of about an hour was followed by
the most industriouti'vieliltiaking-pro
cess, and beforo-'day • brealc - unether
web was ready to.be used in the.surne
Way. Taking the relative isize . .of i .the
spider and of the .creaturee ii_ate, and
applying this to a man,. it ,would,, be
soineWhat us fo'lowii:..At,daY break, a
small alligator was oaten SOVhO
m. a lamb, at 9'a.im a young Mime
leopard ; lit 1 o'clock ii..sheop; and dui :
ing the night (hie handredanktwenty;
larks, This,_welielieve, would be a
very fair allowance for it,nuinAuring
twenty.four lidurs.; and could we find
one gifted with an appetite t4nd qiges:
tion, we,cad retidiiyikiniprehend 'ho'W;
he might spin five miltia of-'Web"ivithL
out killing biniself, provided! Pe):ipoet .
sassed the:necessary machinery,,,.;;;
The Evansville ('lrcci.).'Journal ie . -
lates that it MiraVer &young men, rest
ideate of Daviese — edunty, kattirnini,
from a dance jest, 'before 'daylight, a .
short time ac , 0,.11104011, it:W. ol2 ld. l ?o
funny to mako those whom Ahoy
might meet perform a double shuffle;
or pigeon wing, for their,timusepaeut.
Accordingly they issued'ordere,td!AvO
or three waylit:rehi, 'and a'aci. ih'eM
ecuied, -- to, their delight. lust about
daylight they met a laurstnpantaoming
toward them, and appriied pint
rule they, , had made, refused to
listen to hiin politely" de:
dined, The stranger ditiniouuted
great apparent reftlettinee, and deg,
hishorse'to the' fenee2" — ' ""
6•Now, hoye," , said ha; wan t•
furnish inx.o.Nvil.rasaki,";and drawing
a largeray,olyer,ppioted,it,at y tha . hsa4,
of ono of, the cliqqiiiies of', Teri:4lo46re.
• w ; rascals," " ,&`• tilaV Sll-
tid ance .r ; Lt
Tho boys looked .at :each otheri in;
dismay, and then 'commenced. Heel
and too, doublo'~h6ffie; r essenee of old
Virginia breakdOwn, liornpipc;.deid'ev::
cry, ether .va rimy pflbo•tp,rpsigh,oreq.ui
art, [Town . to„tlic, b riptie nlfors a yKal
plirokrine . d:idi About An 116,uroyben, thO
grini'ecflicistAarimdiintett Lrs h'mWeiiiidC
redo oil , 'ieavingftho Young jokeee ti re&
and; cdvered with i peripiration,l dust
and humiliation. ,:ii
simpLy. cu F tr. b 1 Olt DEAFNESS:77-A.
geti ein n; , Who -cfari 4 abriiii".Yikiii "Was
so-deaf ss , to , l3eCutterty ' , unable tolifear
cOevors§tio§ - Ins an! ordinarpttetie loft
requested is to publiih:the'metkod
'which' lijs coin
his infirmity, whether: apising , l from'
"eut.,c l , l lr. ll .911.9t1,1 61 % 0 W4e.• f.,1;;;S;1 f;Cif.)Cla
Aftr trying . the. ; re na §din reseri r ,
bdd, by rile'
stow Over 'Sixty years of'"EigeLiii[ig l ibLi
eoiiimended'Ao'.injeo6 - d intribth'e!'eana'
mixture of eastile soap; an.d i tepid
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P . 114 ba .
By sirnp I e d 1111)& 2 -
two weeks the hearing of the gentlew
man recommends-it -was-- completely
The additions of-a--few drops of pare
oil or 'glycerine ;is !also •of ;advantage,.
it broomos o bard 9,p144; or , if the, leafpkEis:,
ii - UCCOmpiifiAd With - the §diipe . of ,
:easines'o'ailiain; the additio i rl'bra"feltr`
drops bf hiudadutnilthe , efitd,iitotaktio
rn 4 rellev.fog the, ( fain':! Yerv:lxrl y +et
tuitu . her, ~peo. p lo,asoapleted,-,yirt,t4.l
deafne§;, it . can, we s trp§t; .
d y --;-• a" r e Med ie fel:daft , t
assures,- us. is) a ,cort atm curefinrananri
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735 - A tree , i p jin97n iJs fruit,,,
!Int it3"ltiaverv= "
•r: •Bo Etti. lift 2 VV;
• ; 1 1:10 .
W.:rife Pen is
o it ortli.l
. )I . .n,,,VVl)Qrt flikttercrs- m
goes' tpcc ,
ltin• 1)1 9 1 4 0::0° , •4 1 / 21
decoyed by neiatb a:, by ntniieff.,
BA LL TICE !
1.A13 - ET,S, 4C., 40., 40
Served Them Aight,.l