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H, F, N AUQLE,
rt(MK AM) WATCH MAKIR.
trrmiil l . il" Tvaar, mint
Till ab"erlh.r ro.peettatly Inform kit old
patrone .nd Ibt .ubli g.aertlly, that lit
... aa bar', find Ii onn.teutiy reeeltlag aa
l.iltna thereto.) a large ItuCk of
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
tr I keep Jewelrt all rt torn, aad af
all.reat vaioet, olther bp tbt pteo, or o.
WATCHHS A Ml a.onrta.nt of either fluid
ar Mlr.r, oiide by Ibt beet An-erkar. and for
ira nulaci.rerl, laeludlog a (at lot of g old
l4 !' .kuuliug cut, lull Jtwtlld, FaltBl
CLOCKS-lf i'l dtitgnt. eona! fling of alfht
il and tblrle boar, of t'th.r weight, iprlug or
Ifrtrl, tud bulb trrikt and alarm.
REPAIRING All kind! of Wateh.i aad
Clockt Kepaittd, aad warranttd
la oddltloo to what I hart enumerated, I beop
I fall eMortaeaioi trst 1AI 1.0,0, oelorod and
.l.ini-leee. AlM.OOI.D PKNSond PENCILS.
fPOO.NS, FORK", BL'ITKR KMVKS, and Is
fart everything in Ibt Jewelry lint. If I fall to
aire tt band jait what a euttuattr my iittd, 1
till ordtr per Aral oiprea., without eitra eharge.
A liberal .bar. of public patronage tt eolieited-
) I, I no J- It. r. MAUULS.
Hfttr. booth jr.(
ibt i esaehtae
to do just what
it ! r
its bsiBg on-
pbtM. prtDfli ,
eies. il will
pend it above
li tbt bvle--sad
UIO M fast u ;
isa sseo un dig fbe dirt from the roots after
sttreeted. It will Dull (awitiir totiio sis of U
ftampe) from fort U on hue drat, per day. It
will either .yra them over, or euipeLd thm to
b propped n, m deft red. Tlie ProprUtori
biild thi Kitmclor, dtiirsr It, and tost it on iht
ft. ta of lh purchausr ; and if it dtws do reoCer
toaplou aatisfaetiua, Uv do juttti roc oa mend
d, the j wiH tibkt it awiy od vbargt ootbing
fur tbair troabla. I'ric of Uohin, $IK0 On.
Towothip ood eaaty ri .bu for tola. Wt
ktrt bo trawalinf aroijta. Addroaa
hWlU A BUMBARORR,
JforoD Lit. P. 0., Ciaorftald Ca Pa
Wa, tba oodarsif fdt boviDg witnaaaad U
trial of T. J. Baotb'a iaprorod otoap Eitmetor
a two fora uf R. H. Jklooro, a ear Latbaraborff.
-is Saturday and Mnodajr, tba 7th aod fib ol
yovoabar, toka plaoavra ia tayiof to tba pub
nc.Uwtwa iwltova it to ba tba brat Barbies
aowiw oaa for attracting atufapa. It it of stapla
fotrtraciioa. oarity naaagod, sot liaolo to fat
aatol ordar, sod vary dnraola. Four man tab
tba aacbiua fnm tba xui. wban antirVy
tptH, put tt togetiivr, and 'ai(?l a largo pine
ranp la aesa tbaa ono hoar. Wa aaw two ma
pali a largro stuap with aaao. Thay asa a boras,
bat ho du his work io lobirg out lha largest
aaapa, withnot a hard pull. Mr. booth, tba
Patnts, fully aadarauods puttiag up aod
kaadnag tboaacbiaa. Wo timid adriaa thosa
ia want of stuap oxtrar tors to so tbia on a tar ted
brfura p'jrthai ing eliewboro, wbtrh thay oaa do
free of ebargs by railing oa tbo Proprietors.
J. C. Barrott. J. W. Hirkard. R.V. bpaebmaa.
Jufaa N older, Joha Kirk. J. W. Uabagaa,
R. ii ooro, J W. Waliaeo. W.B. Alaxandar.
iea. K linger- Wa D. Beeh. Aadrow Wiiioo,
iS. J. Horn, Wa. K. Inn, K. J. Kirk,
Jtaei Moors. L. B. Carina, iao.Wi.aon.v d.
Urar Us gat, Frod'k feonley, ooTlvljr
The Lightning Tamer,
TBS aadtnlgood tra the snla Aratt ra triii
antT for tho "North AtDrVaa Galvanised
LuHTKINU RD8.N Tun aro tba ooly ssfs
t"4 sow ia aso. and aro oadorsod by ail tbo
tittifio snoa ia tba ooantry.
Ws bora by aolifv tbo eitiioas of tbo ennty
teat wa will pot ttiaa ap a hottor rod, and for
Iffs aoaoy, tbaa is eharrad by tba fortlfn
aganta who annually travaraa tba ooanty aad
airy off oar lltUo eh, a a rat to rsturn.
EXCOntAGE HOAfE LABOR.
Tbosa wiahing Ligbtt-iar Koda orortad oa
(hair baildinga aead but addraaa as by latter, or
mil la porraa. Wo will pat tbaa up aoywbara
a titooouaty, aad warrant tbaa. Tba Hrtdsaod
Fiataroa aaa ho aoen at any lima by railing at
oorttora. MEHHELL A JIltiLtlt.
Claartiold, J a no II, lti tf
Cheap Furniture. ,
DYS1KE3 to in form his old Maads attl oaa.
aaora. that having anlargad bio shop and
Urraaood his facilitios lor aanaiaotoriog. ho ia
aoo prepared to aaka to ordtr aaob Farnitaro as
auy bo dost rod, ia goo4 stylo and at ahaap ratoa
far CASH. Ho f aero I ly hao oo hand, at his
FuraisoTo rooas, a varied aasortaamt af roady
aads fBrcatatro, aaoag which ara
BrRHACfl A5D glPE-BOARtiS.
VardrnVof and Book-Oasat; Centra, flnfa, Parlor,
BemJtfaat and lining Kitenaina Tsblsa; Cowj.
'a.Franr.b fwMCottor.JcnnT-Lind and other
rVdttoadij Sofas of all ktns. Work at an da,
W a-rorks, Waah-staadaf H caking and Ana
fhairt t sprhig-aaat, aana Huv, paHar, roa
bob aod other Chora f Looking Olaeaoa af srsry
deaeriptioB na head ; aad aaw gtaseos far old
fraaaa, which will bo pot In oa vary reasonable
ttrni oa thortoat aotioo. Ha also boeps oa hand
or faraiah to order. Cora-huaa:, 11 air aod Cot
taa lop MaitroasoB,
Corriiff or Ev rtv Kind
Mads to Order, and foatrjla attandsd with a
fl torso whoa ovwrdosirod. Atoo. House Painting
daas to order. Too Mhoorvbor aioa aaaufao
tares, and has ooastaotiy wa. wood, Cleaont'e
f.taot Waahing Maflhiao, the toe aaw ia ao !
TUio aafng this aarhina wovor Md ba with
Mt aloaa riot heal Ha also boa Flyer "a PaterM
''ham, amporior or U el a. A family asieg thia
7uro aersr Bead ba without butter I
All the above and aany ether ariiHee era for
tithed to ewetoaers ohaop fr Casa or airhaaged
'ffipreved eouRlry proOuno. Cborrv, Maple,
"piar. Lie wood aoi otter La a. bar suitable for
Cabiaot warSa, Ukea io icbaage fof feraitao
afr-fteaeariar the rhoo Is oa Marker street.
IWftrld, Pa aad aoarly oppnalto the "Old Jaw
tors." JOHN wt'LICU.
KeveaWer S, 11 T
THE ondersignei boci leoveto iofnrra the pah
lie that he ia aow lallr prepored u acfaamo
&at all ia the way of furniauiag liraea. liuggiea,
Saidles and Hameoa, on the aborteat nolioc and
a reafoualte Uraa. jtwidenoeoa Irfwuat street,
brtwaaa Third aad f'or(h.
Kfi. W. GEARHAhT.
"Uarfield, April 11. JnT.
ENCOURAGE HOME INDl STRY.
THB uadtraif nrd, bavlnf t.tabli.krd a Nar
rf vm tbt f ii., ahcul ba.f .y bal.r
t.rk.ld aad Curw.n.vlltt. it ar.rartd tm fur
" all kin I. of r' HI IT T K EUs, ( .tanriairf aad
'1.1 E.ar(raat, hbrabhorf. Itraff Vlnaa,
.tbtmaa, Lawloa lliapfcb.rry. Mr.brry,
tUabtrrt Viaot. tin, Hhrnaa Srab Iraaa,
'."KM. and aarly xtl.t Hbaaarb, t. Oldart
F""Uj allaadod ta. Addraaa.
4. I). WRIGHT.
tarJ H-j Cnr.ntllla. Fa
HOOKS t STATWXrR Y.
"rial i lrarflrld. (at Ilia Port OITic, )
II t aadarKod b(t Irata laaaanaero lo
It. aiiu.aa of Cltarltld aad TicloUa. Ibal
" Iliad oa a wot od bat ju.t roiomo.
'' lit .lit ira a Urro aoioaaiof roaditi
nm. aatlnli ( ia pari I
BiLles aal Miscellaneous Boots,
"', AaraoBt aad Paaa Bonk, af tr do
"tfiiiai i Papor aad Itii.rlfr". rronfb pi.aood
Mpltioi P.at and Poiioilt; Blanb, Loral
'otrt. Pt,, Mort:.(na; Jodfiaaal, Pl.op
' and PnailMort anlal I but aod Parrb;
J'olf'i.f. Ural c.p.P"rd Cop, aod Bill Cap,
Ma.it . olibor Tiaan. H.io r Vlolla
.uall o, inn,. Any bx k. ot olti,aor
'i4 that I aaa BM kaff a, band. HI bo or.
t"ad V; (ra, atnroat, aad told al boloaala
'full a, ,., ao.ioo.tra. I ' olao toap
Mrlodioal Iliaralaro. aaab at M.j;'o.. K.wt.
i-T-T, aa f. A. VAUb.
tl Ha; , H-if " j
.'CLEARFIELD HI REPUBLICAN,
GEO. B. GOODUKDER, Proprietor.
grjf (Tmis, romlrs, (?tr.
R E M 0 V A L !
C. KRATZER & SONS,
To the large aad olrgunt room, on SKCOND
STREET, adjoining Merrell A Biglor'l harJoare
atora wboro tbo will bo ploated to too all Uitir
old and sow ouatomora.
Citiieoa of Iht oounljr TltlUng CLKAKFIEI.il,
aad arilhing to oaaka porohoaaa, arill Aod It to
Uiair atirantag. to oiainino tbtir atock. '
Ooodi at CASH TRICES oichangod for all
kind, of COl'NTBY PKOUL'CE. Jan?
A REY0LIT10X IX BISIXESS
' at cubwi;niivii.i.e,
IIARTSOCK & GOODAVIX.
THE nndertignsd having entered into ee pert
oarahi t io tbo aoroaatile boalDoss, adopt
this method of notifying tbs public generally,
aod the oitiaaaa of Curwenaville and vioiniiy in
particular, that marchandiae of sll kindi will
be suld by at as aheap aa tba laae quality slae-
whare in the ooaaty. We have a full aapply of
Cnnsiating In part of I)rsis Goods, Moatins,
Prints of all shades aod aiylas ; together with a
lull assortasBt of ,
Booto, fthoce. Hard a aro, Q,ueenawAre.
As wall as Tiaware. Cadarwara, Willowware,
buekoto and Brooms ; together with a Urge stock
of Groceries f and always a full stock of
FLOUR, FISH, SALT, io. '
r, abort, o kaoa a fall tunplo of artritblng
aaad ia tbu aiarkat.
Wo want all oar old oaitontrf and at mant
aow onot at eaa latka ii toBaeaitnt, to giro oa
a aall boforo puraiaaiog alaowboro.
Carwontrillo, F.l'rua. J It, 18(11.
On Second street, Clearfield.
NEW GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
THK andaralgaoil rotpootfallo lard. lb. at
arntioa of tbo poblio g.nrrallT to tbdr
tplondid aaaortaaat of marobaodioo, wbieb tba
aro bow tolling
AT VERT 'LOW PRICKS. -
' Thair rtock ooniiila la part of '
Dry Goods of the Best Quality,
Sneh at Print., Pa I,. lor.. Alpaoeat, Xariaoa,
uincDaoii.Mu.linl.lUrarbail and anbloork
d, Drilling., Tlrbingi, .otloo aad
Cnttonadat, Ladiat' rlhawlt,
Koblaa A Hood., Balmoral
and Hoop Bkirta, Ao.,
Aloo, a Una aainrtrnont of blvp'r Drawora and
airt. UaU A Copt, Boo la A Sbooa,
all af wklcb
WILL EB SOLD LOW FOR CASH
Hardware, Queensware, Glassware,
Groceries and Spices.
IS SHORT A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Of oaantbing mall? boat la a rotall Mora, all
CHSA FbH CA"U or approrod aouauj pro
A. K. WRIGHT A SONS.
Cltarttld, Kor.T , 167.
fcKCOKD 6r, CLEARFIELD, Pa.
Shawls 1 Shawls! Shawls 1
Hoods! Nubias! Breakfast SLIwls!
LASTS 8' FURS!
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTIIS !
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES!
.Ill Wool Itrptl
FRENCH AKB NLIS8 MORINOS!
Silk Finl.k VCLVET-for aaiu!
Alriand.r POPLIN; !
All Wool PuATDS!
Kesnthoc Rrprllant !
fkaraclaoa P.p'la f
Tappa Clntb for Wrtrport!
I.adirt' Clo ibingi !
Wator-Proof blark aad brown !
Caaainorot for anon and boji t
BoMot Valret, Ribbitl Flto.rt, Poalkar!
Lodi.'i and Oblldroa'i Haul
Wool aarl Cotloa T La'nM t
blu.lloa. Plana. la, Priata I
Zopbra, worttfdaad wool ftrpt!
Prwat Trioiojiagt, Vodor ClMkiag. BoM, Cap,
Boator, 9bot, aad a Maiploto aoaortaiowt af
all kladt of NOTIONS, at r.rt aiodtrata prlc.t.
NIVLINO k SHOWERS.
Cloarlald, 0ct.IM8M.tf (-tl
C. KRATZER A SONS,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware,
Cailor, Qaooaiwara, ttroeariao, rorlaioat aad
tf-At tktlr aowtioro rooat.a Boooaid atroot.
aoar Morrrll A Higlor'a llardoaro ttro. jaoM
SV Al t' PAKAC'KA, Kaaaodr'o Mod pd
Ditooaar, HtloiOriid'i Buoha, liabor't Coa
Litr Oil. Jao.', and A.Ttri aaadialaoo of orary
kat4,oMb ALaJtlSW KJl UIU.
Drugs & tHrtUrincjj.
HARTSWICK & IRWIN,
.yiarkrt Street, Clearletd, M'a.
Yy b" ' ( loforat oar old aad aaw
lobli.hmaol to tba apaoioot aaw building Jotl
araelad on Markad alraat, n.arlr adjoining tba
Manaioa Uouaaoa tbo woah aadappoatto Motiri.
Orabam A snnt' lloroi wbtr. w. ra.p.ttlullj
inruo tbt public to coma and buj tholr
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
ILS, PAINTS AND VARNIBII8S.
Oar Hook of Draga aad Madlriao. aoBiiata of
ootrtbmg uod, aalootod with lb. graalt.t
WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE!
Wo alio koop a full atock of Dtm, Porfuaiarlti,
Toilot arliclot, aoapa, Tootb Uruabaa, Hair
Braabat, Wbitaoaab Vrnabaa, and aaar othar
kind Uruabaa. . M o bato a largo lut of
WHITE LEAD, TURPENTINE,
Flaiaaad Oil, Paint., and la fact ttaratbiag
Laod in tha rjainllno hiamu. !.ih - .a..
Cit piioaa to oa.U bor.ra.
TOBACCO AND 6EGAR.S,
Coafootlcnera, Pplna., and tbo larg.it 'ilaok af
Tarioiioa oror ouoroa 10 uiii piano, and warrant
ed to bo of tha but lb. Markn alturdl.
, J. U. HARTSWICK,
Hot. JS, 18(18. . JOHN t. IHWIN.
of. I. SHAW. DRWaiBT,
(Soooad atroot, oppoilto tba Court Botua,)
THE rwfctcrlbtrt rMpoetful! annoooeci to Iho
cititoai of Clcarli.ld aod oicinitf, that bo
baa now ob bond a full tuppli of
DKUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
Da Smfl., Totwro, Clean, Confaotioaoriot
Will nd hiattoek af brogt FILL aad COM-
PLL1 E, aid ata aorj llighladTaaeeoa Eailarn
Taaokar. and oibtra will bo fural.bad wltb
olaatical and aiioeollaBaoBi book, bt fiprott,at
Con.iatlng of Cap. Flat Cap, Foolirap, Lottar aad
Pf rfomad Nota Paprrl ; al.o, a Tory Boot ctor k
nf Mourning Nolo Popor and Eortlopoaoa baud.
Pant, Pencil.. Ink. Ar.
Will Ind a full aUMk of Pl'RK KPICFR, SODA,
I. Oil A ASH CoBcontratod IV K. K(,AP. At.
LADIES AND GKNTLKMKN
Aro roqaott.d to ocoailao hit ttorb of Porfomory,
Hair 01 Fino Toilot Boapa, Broiboa, Comb.,
Toilot Hon.. Ao-, Ao.
SMOKKIW AND Cn EWERS
Will gad a fall aopplj of prima Chawiog aod
forking TORACi'O, Imported aod Domattic
C1UARS, BaulT, Flna-rm. Ao., Ao.
Of tbo best brand, always oa bead.
Tba oaet qaallty of Liquors always oa hand, for
C4rPb)ifrians' Prestsrlf-tloBi fromntly and
Apr! . iftfld. A. I. 6IUW.
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER.
C II K GT I'll
Celebrated Bitter Cordial.
flllIS atfdieat preparatioti Is now ntTerod to
1 the pubtie as a reliable eabstiiata for the
aoaoy worthless snatpoand which aow flood the
aiarkat. It ts purely vegetable, eoreposod o
variows herbe, gathered from the great store
hooae of ature, and eeleetod with the utraoet
ears. It is not rocenaifoded aa a Craa-ALL,
but kyits diroet and salutary in flit nee npoa
the Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Lnagt, Ftnassfh and
Ilnwela, it arts both as a preventive end ears
for BDsny of the diseases to whirh ibnaa orgaaa
are euhjeet It ! a reliable Family Medicine,
and Ban he tokea by either infant eradalt with
the eatae bcoeflelal resalta. It la a oertaiB.
prompt and speedy remedy for Diarrbo, Dya
sntery, Fowl onatplaint, Iiyapepeia, Lowneas
of Spirlie, r'alotiags, Hirkheadarhe, -f. Fcr
Chills and fevers ot ell kiads.lt is far bettor aod
sefor than any quinine, wltboat aay f lu per
airioos eflfrte. It orooteo aa sppaitto. proves a
powerful digester, s-d will ecaaterart the offeets
of M'innr In a frw wiiautes. Prefkarrd by J ACNH
flCH KKTK, Hols PronrlotoT, h. W. for. Fifth
and Rsee stresu., rbiladelphla, IV Fold by
all Druggista. fnovll ly
Attention, Afflicted I
TflK mVffrlW gives o(lce 1fcet be bas
reaumed the prat-tiro of Medtnne In Lath
eraburg, whsro be Intenda to devote his attfB
tie a to the treatment nf CHRONIC DHEAKS
ia general . He will keep n band a rhoire so.
lrctloB of nni'tiH and M KIUCINKS aHrtMl ta
the treatanent af throats diaeaeos, and suae he
eonaaltrd awblt oee at any boar of the itay.
h. B. A w.trd to those afflictrd with eh'onis
dieeaeea may bo to vaaia advantage. Mart
Mat Bot He aware that noi'Viar I'hf atriana wbe
do a Bintwa praftiee fcavo not vtoa to attend to
the treatment of monair diseaeoa, aod onase
ouently Bvot.arr them ; henre tbis elans of dia
sanee requires gsri.t'Tvt attention.
(JKOROR W 11,5 OK, M. D.
I.Bttsranurg, Fb 17, IMH-tf
Thh pn-aontUoa, kens aaMl hwiWr
f4fJ hFHan. otll Uw-Ti.si.ly r tntiaie
Li I rirnkptn Aown nr low .r.trtt- horare,
fWfj'i b. tTtt.minf awl ereonsing tha
aVVB. Ii ! S t.rr rnttre of all 4taaa
4rW- lrr4prt to tt.f armal, fucfc as UNU
ATKR. HrtVF.. fil'-iH. MS
ThU I'KR. Vr.Vt K. t'O t - K UK R,
(iK AVPFTITK AVI VHAl.
FNhKitV, It IWfrmvaS
the wintl. lnrrM Utf riTt't
aVtVaWB BtMBaMtbl at lb at ffln.aia. klil.J.Toal
tranofnTtw , pi.lo.--n). thcMon
iMa AocbWaUiis mJ pi' ii' i lion
Tr fc"r r of ftwi thta pfoam
ln M irt albiitit ll ta a htt pt
wttire at'nt KlnttrpMl. 'tt.nw
Horn, rlc M laa he nil prrv hf
I iino tl t rw'im'nt t liirrfa the
I ' rtllall.lit oW tan 410 alttot MWIRI IVPtllT
' r-r rrnt mmI mak I he hnivr Brai
an1 "t-i In tattrnins rallk. tt
gtva them an arnwtiW. UfrOf Utctr bto, antl mafcoi
Uavw. tiirivi muck taoiar.
Ia all d Ii of Swim ineh w Cugha. Hi eta la
thr Lnodr. I4vr. a ,te aniewana
aaeerlne Bt no'"'" 1,nw Jr. f
half a vmpn fc a aawar tti a harrrt m i
a ill the ii'-''li"iM v-(U h- t1,
Omtrt or rntiTflv -reot4. Ifflwi
ta tie, a crtftif, p-rtua arid
ours far tlx. lies t.kro.
DATID C. Pom, rroprlrlor,
n a ltix om, ma .
ft nl' h. TVnf rirta ao4 Ot''.. i-n 0,raa,how
m t'olloi aiata., roooHta. and aaoaa aaaarlea, .
For tola bo llarl.wirb A Irwio. rioaHlrld, and
br droKtula and otora karpara throiErlioot Uio
tn.Ud ,-iiolra. (Icbll-lw
Vegetables and Fish.
HAVlNtt tna-lo tbs pefoerv arranr-nients, t
the ondr raipnH WnuM Bttifv the ritrrna of
t'tiarfleld and vfetnlty, that on an J after Mareh 4,
be will have or hand ard for sale, at hit
abip on the Market Ui, FhKSH FIPH, weet
and V'htte POTATttKS, aad all VEuRTA M.KS
in eeojion, at as low rates o tbf ono be oooght
at the ear. t. R. Ft'Ll.ERTON.
Cfeorfteld. Mereh I, IHHo-lf
asa, as ta aOa. ,
llthk COSftrABLfcya HALL rOa
CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, I860.
Jirjj ftootis, (firorrrlrs, ?tr.
Down I Down 1 1
THE LAST ARRIVAL
AND OF COURSE TUB CHEAPEST I
A Proclamation against High Prices!
"VTrB are now opening np a lut of the beat and
VI most seasonable (iooda and Wares ever
offered in ttiia market, and at prices that remint
one of the good old davs of ebeap tbinga, Thoee
who lack faith) upon this poiat, or dscia our alts
futlous supsrfiuous. need but
C4LL JIT OVIt STOitE,
Corner Front and Markot streets,
Where they ran eee, feel, bear and know for tbem
slvei. To fully anderatond what areeheap gtoda,
this uuit he done. We do not deem it neceasary
to enumerste and itemise oar stock. It is enough
for us to stole that
We Lave Everything that is Needed
and eon iu rued ia this market, and al priest that
aatoniah both old and voung.
desW JOSKI'U FIIAW A BOX.
st.ti i:tii i a; tstav i
New Store in Madera.
MESSRS. J. FORREST & S0.
XtTOULD ra.p.rlfollj inform tbo poblle that
thajr bono juat oponod, la blAllKHA.
Claartald count,, fa., aa oatiro saw atuck of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Wblck tbaji aro praparad to ooll a. oboap aa tba
Tbair atock con .lilt la part af
Dry doods of the Bout Quality,
Sack aa Alpaooaa, Dolaaaa, Prima, Huallai,
Cawtauroi, Batlaata, and Flann.lt,
Ready - Made Clothing,
Of tba bait quality, Bark al Coatt, Paata, Vatta,
Oaorooata, Oraralla, Shirta, Collan, Ao.
Boot, Shoes and Gaiters,
Ala, af tba vara boat Qotllly.
A complete stock of Groceries.
ta abort ararytbicg atuallr kept la a ooontrj
Consumers, Look to Your Interests!
Call aad exomino oar itoak aad prlcaa bafora
J.US1BE11 AND Or.AIX
Of all kiadt takoa lo oacbango for gooda.
HBRaaiomUr lb a plana, lladera, Cloarlald
I. rOREEST A SON.
October 1, 1M7-If.
(. It I AT 1(AK.iIS
Xow Store In Mulsonburg!
Io the room formerly oocupied by P. T. Ilrgarty,
L. M. COUTIIIET
TpAKFS Ibis method of la forming tbo eititens
M. of Covington. Karthaaa, (iirard aod the aar
rounding oountrv. that he has juat opened a larjre
atork ol fit MMKK UH)HH, which be ia drter
mined to aell TbN PUR CENT til t A I'KR than
the some quality of OnotJe eon bo purehaord for in
any other store ia the aotghborbood. 11 is etoeh
Dry Goods of all Kinds
Pab ai Fatinetts, Cawlmerea, M ml in a, TeIaioos,
Ltaea, Drillings. Calieoes, Trimming,
lii boons, Loecf
READY-MADE CtOTniXO. BOOTS A
SHOES, UATS CATS,
GEOCEPwTES OF ALL mi)S.
Cuffes. Too, Snger, Rtro, MotasfO( Piah, Fait,
Linseed Oil, Fish Oil, Carboa OU.
Hardware, Queensware, Tinware.
Cast In ft. Plow and Plow faatlnga, Xslla, Ppikra,
Cora Cultivstnra, Cider Prtaaes, and
all kinJs of Aies.
X-Mv Plows aro of the CurwenevIHe an
Centre connfy make, and are warranted to he of
Drugs and Medicines,
rfrfoaiorr, Painty Varnl.h, filaat, and a grncra!
aaaorttticnt of Htationary.
Of different brands, alwavs on band, and will be
sold at the lowest possible figure.
Forb as BHANIY, WINE, OIX A WI1T?KY
JrBOtt stoimds of Wont wanted for which Uie
highest prioa will he f.a.d.
Ob band and for sale at the lowest market prir.
ojL.rat! and eeefnr ytmraelrea. Too will Und
everything aaually kept in a retail store.
L. M. COl'TRIKT.
FrenebrPle P. 0., Jan. 7, 19.
Cor. Soroad Su and IliU Koad.
HAP )mi reroivod aad oponod, at the Bwve
named plane, an entire oew fh of HI M -Ml.
It OtMHiH. whirh h will sell VKRV CUKAP
FoK CASH. Ilia sioek rnuMi of
Iry Caloods i-rorrr lew,
P-oots snd Ph'bos, Hats end Cfp. Pdy-Made
Clothing, tie. He aluo kiT ch m o
FLOUR, COnS .VEA T , FEED,
Chop, rtaron, rtA, and IrUd
Pnml dmilrona of parfhaaing ffnoda at fnl.
rata, ant rrprlliillT ivqiio.ird t git him a.M.
,rT-Approvod eountxv pradooo will ho ukbo,
at thr hiKii.1 ptwi, in ra.liaaga for gooda.
ClrarSrld, Joiw I A. InOH.tf
Vw Mlnr and Liquor Store.
I. L. R.EI2ENSTEIN L Co.,
WBOLBSALB BAI.C1t IB
WINES & LIQUORS,1'!'" lhshops lamillarity wilh thesith
MARKET BU CLEAFTJELD. PA.
oa.n nok of Wloa, Praodo, Oia, Waleky
and Alonbjol.'alwaa, aa band. Special attoaHton
paid ta aooaring a par, art tola for Saoramotal
and aiodiaal parpoaea, Ja21-tf
UT tba DEstfiORAUO Alls A 11 AC- ttoU
oaaia. Xwar, swaw sheaM aswe sas tf
WEDNkMDAT MOHNIKU. APRIL t, 1SC0.
From the American Churchman.
ANOTHER KEW GOSPEL.
It is inoio than clglitven hundred
yearn since llio Lord scut forth Ilia
apoHtlc". oommundin them to "preach
the Gosf ol to every creature"
The. command, in its fullness, hits
not yet been fullillud. 1 hero are
muny lliouuinds uf men in this coun
try, nml in nil Christian countries tts
well, win) rolijN to buliuve tlutt tlni
coinniund is renting upon them in 8
peculiur sense. They tire the Clergy
of the various denominations of Christ
ians. They proluBS that to them has
come the apostolic charge and that it
ia their business "to preueli the tiospel
to every creature."
Dut being preachen mainly, Laving
scouted any such notion us that they
are priests ; being tulkcra, that is, by
profession, the first requirement of
their business is that they talk inter
estingly. That hard necessity presses
on tiiem nil the time. They must
attracl ar.d please, and tickle the ears
of their hearers.
And the Ciospcl they claim they
have been sent to jn each, 1ms become,
at leant at they preach it, an old
etory. It lias ceased to attract and
amuse. It duel not "draw" any
longer, when proclaimed io ila sim
plicity. In their view of it, it ia, perhaps, a
very narrow matter, and is soon ex
hausted, at all events it fails to attract
So a sort of necessity forcea many
preachers to find new Gospels. They
are on the lookout for something
startling. A brand new "sensation" j
of some sort is a real boon. Political
questions, when new, are good in some
localities. AVhiletho war lasted, "War
Sermons" were, for a while, as popular
as could bu desired. Hut the war
bi'ciimea slule suhject lifter a while;
even the fate of Jclli raon Davis failed
to be attractive in the pulpit view ot
it and the proclaimers of new Gospels
were thrown buck on the old everyday
"seiiMition' of "I'ailroad Slaughters,"
or "Steamboat Explosions, and their
These, however, are tame at the
best, and an ingenious gentleman
somewhero down East lias found an
elegant new pulpit sensation, a beauti
ful now Gospel of his own, which is
the very last und newest, and, being
such, he is bound to make the most of
it, and proclaim it to some purpose.
It will ni'l bo his fault if his pew are
not well filled for some Sundays
This new Gosjiel Is tho Gonpel of
Amalgamation, or the duty of all white
men to mnrry black wives, and of all
white women forthwith to get negro
Tho disfoverer of this new Gospol
is Rev. Gilbert Haven, a Methodist
Minister who edits one of their news
papers in Mew York, we believe.
lie has L rou ph t his new Gospel into
the pulpit, and thenco into the papers,
and we find a report of it in the lndt.
prmUnt, and also in the KorthwetterK
Chriilian Advocate. The Intter paper
says "it is a specimen of beautiful wri
ting and most courageous avowals."
Our readers will not expect us to
give them many specimens front this
extraordinary production. Wo can
assure them Mr. Haven appears to be
very serious about his gospel, and
also very learned in sll matters per
taining to lovo snd marriage. So
rapturously docs he paint the happi
ness ol a man who is blessed with the
possession of a ne;ro wife, that one
really hopes he is not married himself,
and so is left free to gratify his high
llo, like all men with new gospels,
net-uses the rest of us of many sins.
He rails this prejudice which prevonts
while men from marrying black wo
men, and riVv rrrsu,"a leprosy." He
says "it lies deep within. (Ijrprosy
ii a kin diseaso, and always lies infA
of, hut we must not be too strict with
the rhetoric of these gentry.)
It dooll. in our cbnr-tr.. in our aunlt. in our
oduraliun, lo anrirtT. It ttilt B'aioa a. look ol a
loot with rrpol.ioo whirh 1. of tba vara cimt-lat-inn
of the molaor of our Lord oaa, of tba Lord
(Our readers will pardon ns for
copying such fearful trash, but they
ought, we think, to know something
of the nature of the stuff which has
come to be preached in ' Evangelical''
titilpits on Sundays.)
lie goes on to puint the triumph of
the new gospel :
Wa .ball ba allra.'tml In thin baa boron., it I,
onr of ll'il'i rralura. and a hrtatiful one too;
hmao tt t. lb. favorite bur of Ih. buman nu-oi
breauar. rlarlH, ar ha. a moat wtabrdlr loalbrd
an'i acm.d iu lie will bora bia ro.anro, and
will yrt itonpol n. lo dicin tt- Hr!inft. wl Ihi. i
lao.t aMt.irrd virtoa. ond to Wnim. onaniorad ol H. j
Hut tin. low rr-at. oa oo non-quip ot Oir fanrr. I
nor it it a ralmund of a trhriurnt pa.ion. a. I
roo(.-riiiv rif M n it bad bwn wronrfuli.i- wmnr. I
It i In prand unirrlona of all warria,r. Ii I.
tl', Crraior. tno'l.nf miniicllinr 'bo raoatn arrr
Irap Hi. narrow bound. nr. of t. miliar and trior,,
in!" lii-h blond. o -oalM. Inrariiit'ly d Trnorolra.
"!.nt far with liso. bot lib. with dtflrronoo."
i. tin- low of marriago. Tho lielil oomptoaionrd
lorna to tho dark, and tba dora to tba light, a.
d.v to n?lit aori oi-.-ht to dav. Tha tsll oorb Ibr
.hori.and tbo abort lha tall; Ibramall tbo lorfo.
and tho larra tiia .aaall. ,irpoilo tmron,rnlt
aioa that inrlnrt to aot-h olhar. III. hop Morn.
mti tliol ba oaa aal.i't hnhaad. aad Uimr wiraa
lo a bare oomnonr ba Un. law of lika and d.tlar
aoro. CoBlra.l wht. aoootilo. lr. Ilnlmaa ton
lororo doncliog ia tba ailkra aonoo oo tho fotal
ira,i of Copid. oaiog oatad tko oolor of tha araa
tbai ooaaad tboir ruia :
'Tb ahadow, lin. aaid ihaaranla blno,
Aod I mo aoroooj Ih. 'riorkar boa,"
Tbo laat Sao of thrao aiotiaii woro oodjowKw-dlr
klooTod rwaina. aad tba brat al bruwn oompiax
low. It is rettllw cnttitying to know that
llislicin" Alorrio is so high an auliior-
Mtv in matters of eonrtship. He and
T)r. Holmes are masters Irom whom
there is no iinpeul. And iuilrini? from
jeci, ana tuier naren s, wo snouiu
I really infer that there mint bo a pro-
fessorahip of the srl in tho Theological
Seminaries of at least one of our de
Hut Mr. Haven waxes loqusnt.
Tie te'.ls ss of the "fine grained" skin
of Ibt orgro, and quote Fab ny Em
bit) to prove it. Ho tells us there if
no doubt ubout our conversion to the
now gospel. We may struggle and
resist, and try not lo submit, but there
is no hope, sooner or later we shrill nil
be converted. A good deal of Mr.
Haven's talk is uninotablo here, but
we may lake the following :
Yat tnoraj our farling. of arrr.ion will rliangr
to foaling, of rrgard. Tho oomploitioa ot which
wa now pmf.aa to reaolt wo aliall look upon wtlb
plraauro. Vuio it Bot tbo onl.T thing that ia at
lint hoUid and attarwanl aniiiraoed. Vlrtno i.
moro frequently luiijcot to tbia exporieneo. It ii
tery rare that a real gift of Uod i. follow in loao
with at firtt tight. How faw behold in roligion
all tho oharua with which aha it dirinoly inverted.
Ho tholl wo treat oar brethren of otilor. Wo thai!
"too Helen', beauty in the brow of KgypL" Wt
tbail aay, "What a riob eomplexio. la that browo
akia." "It it Italian, Uracil, Oriental, porfeot.
How far it oxoelt our obalhy buo."
Then will come tho millenitnn !
Tho now gospel promises us thnt
When every black man has white
wife, and every whito man has a dusky
matu, then, according lo this lust gos
pel of our Methodist evangelist, the
golden age will come, and tho world
will bo another Eden 1
It is really hard to believe that such
terrible sulfas this is pteachud in the
pu'pitsof respectable denominations,
and that preaching it is called "preach
ing the gospel." We could not have
believed it if we had not seen it. Air.
Haven ia, however, wo believe, one of
the foremost men in his denomination.
If Bishop Potter needed any vindica
tion lor saying tiiut the prcuchurs of
the various denominations "aro not
competent lo instruct our people"
Mr. Haven has fumihbed it Surely
churchmen need protection from the
faintest possibility of such gospel as
Meanwhile every day, it is growing
clearer, that the gulf between the
Church and the most respectable sects
is widening. To talk of any "inter
change of pulpitu" when pulpits lire
as they aro ia mere folly.
If such interchange were not impos
sible it should bo promptly made so,
in a time when in a congregation gath
ered to worship God, it ia considered
that the prcacLing of the Gospel
means a harangue on the "beauliiul
complexions" and the "fine grained"
skins of negro women ! What irould
John Wesley say to a Kew York
Methodist of to-day 7
Excitement and Short Life.
The deadliest foe to a man's longev
ity is an unnatural and unreasonable
excitement. Every man is bi.rn with
a certain slock of vitality, which can
not be increased, bot which maybe
husbanded or expended rapidly, as he
deems best. Within certain limits he
has his choice, to live fast or slow, to
livo abstemiously or intensely, to draw
bis little amount of life over a largo
space or eondense.it into a narrow
one; but when his stock is exhausted
ho has no more. Ho who lives abste
miously, who avoids all stimulants,
takes light exercise, never overtasks'
himsell, indulges no exhausting pas
sions, feeds his mind and heart on no
exciting material, has no debilitating
pleasures, lots nothing ruffle his tern
jier, keeps his "nrroniits with God and
man duly squared up," is sure, barring
accidents, to spin nut his life to the
longest limit which it is possible to
attain ; while ho who lives intensely,
w ho feeds ' on high-seasoned food,
whether material or mental, fatigues
his body or brain by hird labor, ex
poses himself to inflammatory disease,
seeks continual excitement, gives loose
rein to his passion, frets at every
trouble, and enjoys littlo repose, is
burning the candle at both ends, and
is sore lo shorten the number ot his
Thx World's Madnsss When I
look around upon a busy, bustling
world, eagerly pursuing and courting
disappointment, neglecting nothingso
mnch as tho one thing need I til ; and
who, in order to have their portion in
thi' life, disregard the wor'd 'o come,
and only treasure op wrath, it makes
mo think of a farmer, who should,
with vast labor, rultivate his lands,
and gather in his crop and then
thrash il out, and then separate the
corn from the chad', and then sweep
tho corn out upon the dunghill, snd
carefully lay by tha chaff. Such a
person would be anTiposod mad ; but
how faint a shadow would this bjof
his msdnnss who labors for the meal
that perishes, but neglects that which
endureth onto everlasting life f Ilia
a msdnrss the whole race ol men
labor under, unless, and until, the
divine grace works the cure Thai.
Litk. "I don't hava any good
luck " Fudge. What do you expect,
you mero grumbler f Is the world to
lorn from its wsy and business to '
sweeten you np, put yon on your pins,
nnd then return toils own affair, f
Not if il knows itself, and ths popular
prejudice is that il has some experi
ence in that line. If you expect
"luck," as it is termed, without work
ing like a good (ellow for it, yon will
simply bo disappointed. And you
ought to he. 11 would cc nollung else
but a swindle. J.ut k is a product., not
a chance. , ll is bom nf toil ; does nol
fall ready st hand. It wmes to those
w ho work and win, and not those who
Inrily wail. There is nothing more
foolish than fur young men lo believe
in luck. It is a faith wilhout foun
dation, and sadly ruinous in its con
sequences. Tha New York H'orJ takes Mr.
Rcecher to task for his recent speech
nn behalf of Cam. It says: "Since
Mr. Hoecher so wsrmly asserts for
the Cubans the right lo adopt their
own lorm ol government, and choose
their own rulers, fr from outside
constraint, we wish he had told his
audience why the same right did nol
equally belong to the people of the
Siato of Georgia.
Tscst CRcxivxn. Of all tha ago
nies) in life thai which is most poign
ant and harrowing that which ior
tho limo annihilates reason, and leaves
our whole organisation one lacerated
mangled heart is the conviction tbst
wa hava been deceived wbara we
piaced all tbt tnut oXiora.
TERMS-$2 per annum, in Advance.
NEWSERIES-YOL. 9, NO. 10.
A writer in l'utnam't Magazine
ihus describes tho ruins of Ancient
"Ituins to day mark the seal of old
Homo's wonderful power (and such
ruins! itend about them, tulle about
them much as one may, they must be
seen to be comprehended ; indeed,
seeing is hardly enough ; they must
be studied, and studied and gaxed
upon time after time, till, as in experi
ments in chemistry, or discoveries in
astronomy, light breaks upon the
gazar, and their immensity ia real
ized, comprehended, appreciated.
"Hero is the Coliseum. Many ol
our New York dwelling houses are
twenty feot wide, and average, per
haps, forty leot in depth. Three
hundred such houaua, with alley be
tween, could stand upon tbo ground
covered by the ruins of ths great am
phitheatre, i'htce three of your four
story houses on top of each other, and
the roof of the topmost one would not
be higher irom the ground than is the
top of tho outer wall of this pile, that
has been laughing at Time for eigh
teen centuries. Close packing and
hard squeezing will put about tour
thousand persons in the great hall of
Cooper Institute, it all the aisles and
lobbies are filled. More than twenty
times four thousand persons could be
seated in the Coliseum. Great cure
is taken to preserve it as it is ; for an
old superstition proclaims the down
fall of Home with the downfall ot it.
Our first visit to it was on a bright
day ; and as we roamed about its six
acres of walls and arches, the birds
were singing merrily in the sunshine,
seeming to bid us ot the New World
welcome. Our next visit was by
moonlight; and ns we passed alone
the corridors, and under the firm old
arches, torch in hand, the owls, whose j
premises were thus rudely invaded,!
hoarsely screeched their orders fir
our departure; and as the pale lijflit
oflheiuotm shone on tho crumbling
seats, it seemed as if the slutdowy
forma of those who once filled them
were again in their places. And as
we emerged beyond the outer wall,
the fur-off booting of the angry owls
sounded like tbo dying groans of a
gladiator, who had fought his last
battle in tho old arena.
"Tho Forum, with its broken col
utnns, the Tantheon obelisks, Censare
an paluccs, baths, Fsgan temples, the
tomb-lined Appian Way, are all won
derful. So are tho Catacombs, and
the remains of tho old Aqueduct ; and
very reiiiarliablo are the great de
tached masses of cemented brick
work seen outsitle the wails of the
city, standing alt alono, hundreds of
yards from any building or arch or
structure of any kind, looking ns
if they had been broken irom some
great temple wall, or other huge
building, larger than any now known,
resombltng, as they loom up from the
great plain, enormous solid towers,
grass-wreathed, and busb-crosrned.
"Old Home, the ciiy of the children
of the she-wolfs sucklings, contains
more of these children's work than I
can describe more even than 1 have
time to soc."
Ginfeal Evort's Boots Jnst he
firo the battle of Winchester, the
audacity of Alosebyand his men ex
ceeded all bounds, and there are one
or two authenticated instances where
psrtisans of the troop, disguised in
blue overcoats, rode up to our pickets
or ramp lines, discharged their car
bines at our soldiers, and rodo off.
One evening, after the halt of the
army for tho dav, just after tho head
quarters' tent had been put up, a
dozen ol these reckless fellows rode
at full gnllop through the spaco in
closed by the lents of Cieneral Emory's
headquarters, fired half a dozen shots,
and were oft befme the astonished
captain of the guard could order his
company to take arnia. The General
board the mm motion and came out,
and learning how narrow had been
his escape from capture, he pouted
out the vials of his wrath upon the
head of the nnlucky captain.
"Confound you, sir," he roared, "do
you call this guarding my headquart
ers ? These scoundrels might have
staff my boots as easily as not."
Sentence of death was once passed
on a notorious villain, by a popular
judge, who desired to mainUrin and
extend his popularity. He said : "Mr.
Green, ou have just been found guilty.
Will yon hare the kindness to stand
up, Mr Green J 1 really would not
trouble you, Mr. Green, but snch is
the esluhlished cusUim of the Court.
As I was saying, Mr. Green, you hare
just been found guilty, by the jury.
Mr. Green, of of I believe you call
it murder, Mr. Foreman of the jury ;
yo, murder. You will pleaao lake
n tiee, Mr. Green, that il is the jury
who found you guilty; not I, Mr '
Green. I express no opinion on the
subject, but 1 am complied by the
law It ia a mere formality us fur as 1
am concerned, Mr. Green, to sentence
you to be hanged by the nwk till you
are dead dead- At w hut time w ould
it be agreeable for you to bo hanged,1
Mr. Green V
A Fut p. Yr.a Old WiAsr.t. A
banker of this city sends tho follow
ing: A short lime sinco, a fmtr yror
old, who was so small that he was
obliged to stand several feel from the
teller's desk, in our bank, in ordor to
be seen, presented a check for sixty
dollar. The money was handed
over the hoy being known nnd our
little friend departed. Some five
minutes after he rushod into the bank,
looking the picture of flight, and
brent bless. As srx.n ss be recovered
snfllcientlv, he said :
'.M m-llr, did yon torn Tor me r
"So, certainly not Why do you
"A m-man came up to ma in the
street and said you paid me loo much
money, and ha wauled totakolt from
"Did yoa jri It to him V
"N o air. i a-reei Aim a nf Jk antcA e
ttvwssl . and I rat bwJc to yon I"
tisaiW, iln nr) titt.lfiwlsnd e jM
(iianplir o( il aVirifi Lamia 1 Ms tbirtW
n . I ra, tin, Jlois It is, ftnm an
1 hue 1st ptiihuanphy n hand sl.n
I ing ll is sn itnlitatinn of i hsrsi ter.
Ii Kivrs enpieanon to the dptee in
wl'i'li yon are appreciated or Lftu
oil hv niolher There is a vsiietr l
roi'ifind, In shaking hands, accmuVa;
to the teuiH-riin',i'iit, deposition ot Or.
canon. S nne seise your liAud titli
an earnest grssj. one loot extended
und holding your eyo with t'ifr
own. Stu b is tho oaliitiitiun of ll.
jolly Uir, ready to Hhsre the lt
shot in tho locker" with tho atrangi r
loflho hour. Others sgatti, seies voiii
hand with as much lievy, and may
mean as well towards you; but they
do not look directly at you, but pass,
your checks, with cyca steadily act,
us if looking (or some undefined ghost
1 ness beyond, and seeming to couvtr&o
with tho same. Olhorsgiveioogrwtt,
a show of fervency lo the salutation,
causing your fingers lo tingle with
pain ; you involuntarily glanco at
your injured bund, expecting it to Lo
compressed into one horrid, bruised,
extended Index linger. Others add
to this exhibition of muscular power
by swinging your hand up and dow.i
a sort of intimation, that tboy aro
about to "pump" you. A fow como
so close to you that you can (eel thtii
breath npon your lace; others seem
to be experimenting oa the greatest
distance at which the salutation can
be exchanged. Sumo daintily iifler
you the tips ol their lingers ; il means
oilher that they consider themselves,
your superior, or that they aro not
disposed lo bo especially gracious.
Others, again, take your whole hand,
endangeri ng t he i m maea late w h i ton ess,
of your wristbands. The most agree
able shako of the hand is that mean
ing which stands guarantee to the
sympathetic look and kindly spoken
word. The most abotuioablo hand
shaking is lazy, lisilcsa offering, giving
no pressure and avorse to receiving.
We have shaken bunds with such
persons, and the memory of it has an
noyed os for an hour aftcrwuida. It
was liko touching a wet dishcloth, Ol
a cold, quivering frog. An einharas
ing shake of tho hands is w hen tho
party greets you hesitatingly, yet
lightly ,a if lie full guilty of boldness,
or was not quite sure thut he had been
misled by a resemblance It is as
awkward as a pause in a conversation.
Tax Wheklbabkow Tom Iluh
hard, of tho Logan Gazette, gets ofT
the following "original sentiment:"
"Here is to tho wheelbarrow: For
simplicity ol' constrncliuit, strength,
courace, and gonerul morul character,
it is tho superior of the velocipede,
and ought to be encouraged. This is
voluntary tribute to uiodest worth ;
and an unobtrusive gentleness uf char
ter. Finally, we exclaim, put u
wheelbarrow in our'n."
A widow in Onondaga county, Jew
York, recently cut out hor own daugh
ter in the good gruces of her lover,
and married him herself. To obtain
revenge for this unmotherly trick, the
daughter set her cp at the young
man s rich father, of whom be was
tiio only heir, to the infinite annoy
ance oi her step-childrcu.
A. J. Alexander, of Kentucky, sold
to Mr. Alexander Putterson, of New
York, his trolling horse Tattler, for
$17,000. This is the largest priw
ever realized in that Stale lor a trot
ting horse, and is (2,0UU muie than
the piioe paid for Lexington. Tattler
is five years old.
My nVsr," inquired a young brido
of her husband, "have you seen tho
beautiful act of furniture which the
Smiths have purchased V
"Hem, no, my love, but I have seen
the bill, and it quite satisfies me."
Jt'8T So. 1 Inv tew court ir. wlalcr
the mani gurls I no; when all around
is dreary and kivercd op withtno;
because the old una dread the cold
and stormy weather, and hurry opli
to bed, loaving ostewgethcr.
A Boston paper fays they dri
their velocipedes so fast in the slrocls
ol thst city that ever collision results
in the total disappearance of both
riders and machines. No fraguieuta
ara ever lound.
No, Josh, I nn ncher drunk, but I
was toxioated once on ardent spirits,
and dat'a enuff for dis nigger. 1.i
lyord, if my hesd didn't feel as if ell
de niggers in de world was splitliu
wood in it
Mr Simples, in allusion to tha prac
tice of buying a'td selling wives in
Egypt, says Jerasha Ann did not oot
him a cor t, yet he feels that he was
awfully cheated when he got her.
A question by and lo the young and
beautiful "What," Boked" Mary f
Cecilia., "dearest, what do you think
is really the food of Cupid V And
Cecilia answered, "Arrow root."
A gentlemsn sdrertises for a horw
"for a ludy of dark color, a good lro'
ter, nnd of stylish action ! The horse
must be young, and have a long ttiil
sbout fifteen hands high."
A Si.iodt DirrrarNcr. ll was once
a question down Snnth about Uia riglu
of ufliners lo hold negroes ; now the
point is, lists the negroes a ritrht to
hold offices :
An Erie damsel was reeentlv crimp,
ing her front hair with a flat Iron.
Il slipped and crimped a strip ol'
cuticlo off 'Jie full length of hor iu.ee.
Ike's last trick was lo throw Mrs,
I'artington's old gaiter in the allot,
and call the old lady tlnwn from the
third floor to see an alleygaitcr.
"It is nol until the flower has fall
en off lhat Iruil begins to ripen. So
in life, when the romance is past tbti
practical usefulness begins."
If a man has any religion wortrj
having, he will do his duty, and nol
make a fuss ahont it. h is tba empty
kettle that rattles.
If you cannot inspire woman with
love of j-ou, fill her above the brim
with love of herself ; all that runs
over will he yours.
Some desire is necessary to keep
life in notion ; and he whose leal
wants are supplied mutt admit Iboau
if fancy. .
Prenlic tars he tries to bo impar
tial, bat for all that bs is unable to
look at Iht negroes except en tit
dark lie. . .