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LElIIGIITONi CARBON COUN,TVj iFENN iSATURPAY MORNING, MARCH. 14, 1874.
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SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS
WaMri'KSlng'r towing JmMm and In.
ftiS,frjt,1,lj. II. BnYiw'ft'lHiik street.
11. n. W1DD0S, Sitting' lUir Cutlingand StaiM
paning, under I'xthsnte Hotel, limit stresU ;
Hoot mill Shoe Makers.
Charles Yenser, nearly ojywW Vie pott-Wet, Bank
street; also, dMleriKWcctionery.
Clinton Bretnoy, i'ii Sevan's building, Bank street
All ordtri prmHfifUdymrk warranted.
Uansnian Knhns, opposite qtots B
street. A U !' tnvhptllt .! "
islleObert's store, nan
Ury"GooiU arid 'Groce'rlks. j ,
Z.Ttl'Wni.'crp. L.'i'jJ.' Depot, Hank sLitfeMer Jtt
nfm' Juir.'il'"''"' Good; .tei
H. A. IMtaVLsUckU's Ioek". ""? f 3,-"iw'
urocerteg, uiimii , ' j ' .
.11. Snyder, l)nk.fret,rL aV'''
Grocer ,, vwrIt"rv vt "
E. II. b
Drugs and JIeUlclus,i i
a.j Burling. Brat door above 1'. 0.. Rank street,
OUl, ruintt, lYrfumcry, VaUnt ilcdmnci, tv,
r.T.'AfcfcilMii'rly opp.'Kehante Hotel, Bank'
sireei, mmwim., , ; j
ThooasMah'Eichan'tpp. l'nbltc Squa.e;
Uauk at. iWmftsgs'sMltfo'-
1 8tnVirt;iiiuktrwt,!ci(erfi all fcindV of
Clause, i'llrcilank strce't, and VtaUrt 1 in Cents'
t'urniShtng Godi, Booti Moa, llaU, Oipt, dc.
Thomas dlleetVl'. - lll'dlnBj Hank t:, Gent,
rurnUMng Goadl, UaU, Oapt, School VooLit dx.
3Ira. E. VU.Bank street, 2nd door Mow, ths M.
E. Chorch.' .Vntfoni and trimvxingi
r puslolauB nud Surgeons.'
Dfi C.;Uerman,-cOTner"of Bank and Iron strae s
Cont ultation fa Eiirjlitli and German.
DrTT.V tts&V.'no'at door o V. 6 ltank' (treo't.
CWiWtotiiti in MM uud Germani'
ll" ' " Prov)slons'.
Jon. Obort.ll.ink t ratting, during anclSmokino
KitaUMmeM Ml trJtrtyromptlfJUled.
J l'atilni:r ft Son, Unuk tU rfftikni'n JTour and.
' - 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' j "
iVfiiclmiuktr and Jeweler.
A i.T)olleliinayer, Soulh 't.lrt', alwtw llank'st.
Dalri'n llu(c, Clicl, Jlingi, rfei
m m. UArsiiBu,
"Ys t ' j . -
ATTORNEY, AS COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
V r! Jlisrsxxr.'ltBiantof.Pi. ,j
Itial knate. Convi.yncliiK ndatly done, lol
Icclloui pKnrpil M1, rsiillae Utstsiiof I-
cedut. a'lil;ty. Jly .Decouiunea intnsii.u
Ji II. BNYDEtt.
Justice of xnis TnACE,
J 'LelilRlitoii, Pa.
Office In'Iils Btori",opiftlli Hie Eaqla
H61H. C'ollwtionst and' Urnwlnc up of
jji it. siicwicus,
Afro'llNEY AT law, '
OFriCKi Around Fioorln theiuw addl lonoftbe
M.nalou Houms M.uih rbunk, l's.
tranfatlrd lu Enclifli and Ofrman, Colleltlona
riosilplf unde and Ceiivejanclng oaiilydone.
D. C. 1UMM1CK,
DlSITlICT ATTOtlNKT, ATT0RNKY AT LAW.
Office, on lisoAim at, llrat Uoor below American
Hotel, MaucllChunk, Penu'a. Collections prompt
I y mad. N'. 2-
. jATXOBNEY, AT, LAW,
i AIAUCII CHUNK, TA.
Oct 18, 1673.
J ll. DlMBllCIC,1
Knaf Welssi.ort( Pa.
N DSales o'f eiery3ewl'lpllon attended to at
reasonable charges. The patronage of the public
la-respectfully Kiliqted, Jan.2,'i4.
T' CIlktiirVA'l.'LBT' I10TJSB,
XJ North east coruer of
DEI1KS AND' LAURKXC1. STREETS,
Phlladelplila, . Penu'a.
h ,.1'IlKVi; SCHMIDT, rroprletor.
r Superior VeSromoailloni' for tr'ateleri at
nudersls cliargea. , Parties , visiting the city from
(bls'lix-allty'aie specially InTlted to make tbe Le
high Valley House their stopping place, mar. 7
JfJ AObB II O T Kli , ,
. . vN,qCI.OTZp pnOP'U,
gumiult' llll(, Carbon Co., Pa.
'sir lte't b( aeeommod'atloni. Kscelleni res
taura,qt vodruJtiw Opyd tubliug stUcbeil
jyil'en you go to AVelaaiiort,
Don't fall'io call In and sco
t Jle itej'i'n'cverytlilng nice.
Architect and Superintendent,
N.o.,t4aNStli6trfet, Allentown, Pa.,
funiUlies Plans, ijpeclllcations andEtl
mates for rtiOllc.niid 1'rlvatoiAiUdlngs.
.Stairs. Jlalls", '&C,', .Qiinstiuctcd and
&L-Up by tho. id oat approved method,
nnd at slioti notice. Patronage Is res
jlfully' sollcltiid, end satisfaction
BUarauteed. apr. 2Q.yl
rvvr, ; . . atd
tSINEKAX INSURANCE AGENT
The vojlowlsi Companies are Bepresented t
Itcadlng Jlutual Klre,
t PotUvlllo Fire,
LclilRh FJre, and the
, Travelcrp' Accldeut Insurance,
Aho: PoUBtylvanla tuid Mutual Uorse
ThM'IMeVe 'end' 'Insurance)- Com
pity. - J&utfijip, SK,
Fanaeriaert for rblladelpbla nil) ekri Letilgbton
S.OS i. m , Tla L. arrive at Thlla at nas.m
7 37a.m.ylal..8. "
, 39n,m. tin- v. -n"
11j07 p.tiTl L..8.i'(.
MOl p.m.Tla L.V. "i
!i.S7 p, in. Via n. S. "
4.17 p. m. Tla L. S.. "
4.44 p.m. Tla. UT. ,"
11 10 p.m.
, 8.2Q p.m.
8.20 D. m.
TJaturnlnir, leaTS depot at, Derki and Anierlrnn
Street, l'lilta, at. 7.10, 8J0 and . fmt.lO
3M, and tt.iov. n
Ighxn to VbiIiKlo7plila, $2.53.
OENTJIAI. It. It. OF,N. J.
LEI1IG 11 A, SUSdUmiANA, RIV 1SI0N.
CorumeuolnB Dee. 15, 1 873.
1'enu Ua'n June. ......
Maucb Chunk "JO
Arrive liuton 9.'27
No. 10. No. 4.
Kaaton .;.. .3U
I'cnn Haren'J'n. 10.45
bite Haven 11.23
iYaoi7ioiilni7 Valley ll. K-Vown tralni Nos.3
6 and 7, and Up tralua Noa. 10 aud 4 connect at
Blauch Chunk. ,
JVwlA itnn'a It. It. Down tralna No. 1, 3, 6 A
7 counpctntllethlebomlor I'blladdlphla. Up trains
Noa. 10 A 4 connect at llethleheui forL'blhulelphli.
lleturntng leavo I'blladelpbla at 7.10 a. lu. for Kaa.
ton, Maucb Chunk, llatb, Wllkea llarro, Taniqna,
bcranton, Sbarcu, Ac; at 0 43 a. m. for Kneton,
Maucb Chunk, Tamaqua. Wllllaniepnrt, Ullkca
llarre and Scrantou; at 2.10 p. m. tor Bcranton,
Wltkea Uarre and Intormedlato ttnttonj;1 at 3 30 p.
m. for llah and Kattou j at 5.15 p. m. fir Maucb
Chunk. . .
Jamaqua Branch, -Up tralna Noe. 50 A 4, and
Down trains Noa. 3,6 A'7 connect at Maucb Chunk
to and from Tamaqua.
Lehigh it-Lackawanna It. It Down tralna Xo.
1 A 7, and Up trnios Noa. 10 A C couuect at 1Mb.
lebem for llatb and Chapman Quarries. Return
tng leave Chapman's at 7.40 s. ui.and 2.15 p.m.
Central JtaUroadoftfewJimy. All traltisinake
clow connection at teuton with trains ou Central
ltallroadof New Jersey.
lltlviJere-l'tlamare It. f-Down tralntNol.3
A o, aud Up tralu. Noa. 4 A 14'conuecl nt l'hUllUi.
burg ulth lJol.-lld. It. It. to and from Trenton,
riillaoeiuiiia ana ueiviaere
VhiladtlulkVl L Kcadini llauroad. Tlie Uepots
of the aat I'eun It. 11. and tbe.L. A B. Division
are connected by Ftreet Carl
II. i UALiLiivifl, uen. ivuttngtr jgtni.
Fab. 7, IM4.
Let Every Family Bead This !
ARTICLES OF ECONOMY. C051FOUT AND
Useful to every Man, Woman & Child.
O. WHITLOOK c. CO.,
726 Broadway, New York,
Useful American Inventions
F03 TltH HOME OIRCLF.
WUlforwnrd.oostnald.br null, anr of the fol.'
lowing articles, on receipt of price annexed, every
one of which, ly their labor-saving qualities, the
excellence of Ibe results produced, aud Its Intrin
sic worth, v.111 repay its cost titty times over la a
Tut llimouu Alarm Dili With attach.
menu nv wnicu insiani notice is wren or
A tempt at entry of premises 3 00
Tils I'souiM llclios.non Ctina Super
ior 10 auiiuing or ine Kina ever got up 23
Thosstom's Ixstakt Widow Cuiku-
bavteljnor or use of soap and water . 35
Lwutsinq Oeiaii EirsAcroa Removes
crease, paint, dirt or stains Instautly, and
does not soil the Jnast goods 23
Khosui Oil, llccTirma l'owsta. jtend
era kerosene abtoluUlynon-trptoiiveiiot
breaking of chimneys from beat, andef'"
fecta srge saving In consumpllou ... SO
Tbov Enseal Kkasiil Olres the most elai
f;aoc gloss to linen, at uosi oia mere cola
Till Evirates Ksnsl' oussit For cleaulug
itnivea anaioraa periecny, wunoui laiior, 35
I'aiist Viosntts l'AaiE A Sllcia Hours
of labor saved . . . '. 0
Ncsttar Sirtti I'ra Save yourself trouble
and the children pain. Single 10, per di. 1 00
Lidiu' l'iiist NiKDU-insiipika Tbivsli
Aa Immense convenience 30
WMsria's PATtut ncttoi. aots Wonts
Tbe most perfect ever invented . , , (0
Tot Ntvioi PtsruHi StosKCarrled on ths
persou. It dves the s-armenta an eletrant
and delicate odor 60
MT THE SUFFERER'S FRIEND.-
The Eclectic Salve ! !
This great remedy, prepared by an old and ex
peneuceu puj sician. is a epeouy ana ausolute cure
for burus, scalds, piles, scalp affections, Itch and
all violent cutaneous dlrsises. The relief from
pain is Instantaneous, tod a curtalu cure follows.
fcirry lamny should Usee this panacea at baud,
euu vucu uiiug is, uerer wui oe wiinout ll.
l'KR IIOX, FIFTY CENrd.
Address, O. W1IITLOCK A-CO
msr7mS 726 Oroudway, New York.
-" LehlghtoD, Pa.
All Institution for Uotli Sexes.
nev,C.KB8SLIll, l'rlntipal and Trofessor
of Ulasslce and ths Higher luglisb
JinS.JI. C. ICUSsLBn, Freceplress and
Aeacuervi rsiuiiuj suia Airswfug
Silt JOHN HI, IklSalLsSlt, A. II. fro
leseurei AAiiosua uroek.
MI9S E. Q. NBAD, Tescbsr of Musis. I
WILSON UISURIU AuLlsst.- '
Vor rirtlculsrssypltoC UXSsLEU, Leblgk
npnE FinSf GUEAT SAaVT lake
-- Gift- Copcert';'' nuilirl.fd'by nntT
under ttinlrmricdiate MiprrvNlori of tli&
city nuthoritles of C'orlnne City, for the
benefit nndin aid of the
Public. Eree, School,
Tile Only Free j5cliool:lu''Utal. Terr.'y'i
TllUSTEES'OF rUBLlfj FREE SCHOOL,
Cpl, Si li'oive, J. 9. Gerrlsh and'
DlbtrlbuUd to the Ticket Holders
Grand. Gift Concert,
to be imr at,1tiib ,;
Opera House.City of Corinne.
march 31nI, 1S74.
Depository, .Dank of Corluue.
500,000 TICKETS. I
PRICE Sl.OO EACH,
OR SIX FOR ,FIVE( DOLLARS,
$226,500 IN GrlPTS,
1 Grand Cash ('' ., .
. a". XI".'
"' l,006 each, '
" " SOJ'each
i.i"1" f 0 each.
" 10 web
COO " "
100 " "
60,000 ' ' '
- . ,!(!;
52,931 Cash Gifts, amountlug to
ONE CllANCElft dVEIty;" NINE!
The distribution will lie In nubile.
and will bu made under the, same lorm
mid regulations ns tJie'Saii FrancUco
and Louisville Liurary lilft Concerts.
under the supervision of a cohimitteeof
prominent citizens selected by the ticket
Reference as to the lntocritv of this
enterprise uud of tho ihanugement is
umtie to me luiiowing, well known cltl
Sam: L. Tibbals. A. Tononce. J,
Malsh, J. II. Genlsh Memucrs of
City Council, '
Judge 1. J. Black, ylss't, U. S. .as
sesior; Mnlsh & Ureeuwald, proptle
tors Metropolitan Hotel; Eugene Misore,
City Marslialj W. W. Hull. Architect!
o. Kcnoe, constable;. J. Kupfer, Jew,
cler: Capt. S. ,Uowe, Contractor;- O. D,
Richmond '& Co., Commission Mer
chants; M. E. Campbell, proprietor
uemrhi iiotoi; singleton a Creulli, pro.
prietors l'aciiio btauiesj s. v. mtcu,
ilercliant. isantly, Utah! A. U. Garri
soiii Helena., Montaua., t
wo will also announce, that each. nud
every person buying n ticket can atany
nun ah umcs examine our books aud all
business transactions' connected with
llm enterprise; and as the drawing of
pilzes will be placed In the hands' of
honest nnd disinterested men. it willlu
sure a fair and Impartial distribution.
Uooil Itesjiolislble Agents Wonted
.literal Commission AHotreu.
tScf Money' should bo tent by "Bx
press or by dinft'on any solvent bank,
by Postonico, Money Order, or Regis-
terea Leuer, ai oar risk, nor paiticu
E. VT. MORGAN, fanacer.
Lock liox 1S8, Corinne, Utah.
Livery & Siale Stables,
DANIC KTBKBT.LKII1QI1TON, Pa'
I always keep on hand the. best hor
ses and finest carriages, to be let nt
livery nt tlie lowest prices. Conveyances
can uo uaa oi mo at tue snortest nostl.
ble notiw, at any hour. I would call
the attention of the public to my spec!
ni laciiuies lorsuppiyii.g single oruou
mo teams ror tunerais, Ac.
ttov.22, 1873. DAVID ERIIERT!
Opposite the Public Squaie,
SOUTH ST., LEHIGHTON, PA.,
Tin & Sheet Iron Ware
And Dealer In all klndsot '
IST Roofing, Spdutlng"and Jdljbln
proujpuy aueuuea to. nor, SU
BEATTY & PidTTS.
Tho Deatty & Poits celebrated Gold-.
S. A Blk HT
Is. acknowledged by professors.uf music
and celebrated orgnuisU to bo, tlie lead
in,'!, Parlor Oigan, now n use.. Tedl-
nuiniaisnnu, euros or uonornre constant
ly, being received In favor of tliom, Xfo
append a few nnd wish you ro read
Anthont. N. J.i Janj,23, 1873.
iessrs lleat-y iStPllitts. Gents Your
Oign'n, sold rue, gives entire satisfaction.,
It beauty of toneundfstyluoflwnrkmau
ship aiuseldoiti If ever surpassed, Wish
I nii you success In your business, 1 am,
with iespect,i Prof, M. 1L Ueatty.
SiustoKiN, Pa., Feb. 11, 1(574.
r have one lif IJeatty & Plott' Golden
Tongtie'Organs. It I.' hn excellent In
strument; lihti tone and full power;' I
like It' better than n'ny I have heard.
M, II. HAltFBTJ, M. D.
LAuny's'STXT'N', Pa., 'Jan: 27, 1874.
1 have had lleatty & Plotts' Orstnn
sIlcu August 14tli, 1873; it gives: tho.
iiigucstr sausiaeiion, auu lias proved an
that; It 'was recommended byitlie prop'rs.
SL'ATiNOTOii; Pa.,-Feb. 6, 1874.
Beatty & Plbtts' Parlor Orerth'I llko
betWr tliati the Standard, nnd It glycs
better 'satisfaction', as I And In my trav
els. ProfJ Frt. V. MAyek.
St. ClAiii, V&., Deo. Oth, 1873.
Messrs. Deatty. & Plotts, Geiits 'I
ha,ye'recelved the Organ, assent by ypur
tlrui'to me, and I liave had, it examined,
nnd it gives Ample satisfaction.
A,,.,,, vunn k?ir,A.s.
Mahaxoy City, Pa.. Oct. 10. 1872.
,Tlie, Beatty & P..otts celebrated Gold
en Tongue Parlor Organ is by far tho
bet Puilor Oignu lu use. I have care
fully exaruiutd it, and. find .Its tone,
wuiKiiiuiisuip anu uurnumiy iu on, nib
nest I eversrtw, and 1 can Willi pleasure
recommend It to nny'h want of d first
class'.parlor "organ, lrufyo.,'!!. ,Unoer.
Messrs. Bentty & PJottsi.of Wjsliing-
toiii.N. Ji,.nro.i;entleiiii,ii,of enterprlsei
nnd wliosq presence would be a credit
tu uny uiiiuiuuiiity, LiiuoKt; iuujwiij -i.
, llerulil, 1HTB.
W asu iNQTONj- N . Jr1,' Sept.' G, 1873.
To Robuit Jlorcan.-l'uttsvllle I am
happy to statu that the instrument elves
entile patiMactlou, not only to myself
nui also to too u-iiciiers or tlie bemlnary
wuu am oeiter juuges.
IteV. A. W. J LILLY.
We say, after careful (ind costlv ex
periment. It is witli pleasure weslntro-
duce the "Golden Tongue," .knowing
It possesses mauj advantages over all
others manufactured. Tlie tone excels
In fullness, purity, and the thousands
of testimonials which nro, being con
stancy received, uru evidence that our,
ell oils have been eminently successful.
For particulars aud Prj.ig List, address
BEATTY & PLOTTS,
Feb. 21-Om Wasliiniiton, N. J.
HE niAIVllATTAIV' SpilliB
UKU aua combination
P. J. K1STLER. POSTMASTER
OF WElSSi'OItT, has been appointed
Jcent for Lehlcl'ton,. Welssixirt and
vicinity to give our citizens h clianca to
see nud test the merits of tho arrange
mentof sptiji)rsv llof Is 'willing to put
them on'tilal for any1 person for ouo
weekj nud If they ilo not uaove supo-
rlor to the Woven Wiro Mattress, rut
nam, Yankee, Norfolk, Wrlslit. Snrinc-
field, Howe,-Tucker, Eureka, iunroe,
Imperial. United States. Walker, Cinv
nectlcut. Eaele. Snlum or nnv of tho
ohu thousand nnd one, Spring lleds that
have been put upou the market, y6u
are not asked .to buy It Tho above
named beds have been discarded to
make room for tho In'mroved. It has
no hiding rlaceifor bugs, Jias. .no, slats
on top ot the springs, but heavy dick
canvas, uooKing at tlio uaeu or tlie
SDriuc. that nmv be taken oil and the
slats removed "(for ' c'leauln "or other
wise,) uy anyuruy in live nil nines aim
replaced. at pleasure. The springs may
be changed to other portions of tho bed
with viirv little tiouble. 'The eorlni's
hve waiianttd'to keep, place nitd last
longer inau any otner in .use. nor in
valids It cannot be surpassed. lie fits
them to any bedstead or.dltferetit Weight,
or persons, the largest number under
the heaviest part of the body, nnd with
i light covering of husks, cotton, straw
bed, or hair mattress, they adapt tbehi
solves completely to the, body, The
ladles should call nndnen tlui nrrnneh-
ment of sprlngK for jho cradle1, and not
nave to. use leathers lu warm weather.
Thoy are better thun soothing yrup or
coraiais lor tne nine ones, i lie springs
Bre made from tlie very best cast steel
from the celebrated Sheffield wokrs ot
England. Come one'ndd all nrid see
them. These beds have been fully es
tabllshed In' twelve different States,
The Furniture men are especially In
vited to call and examine these, beds,
Reds put upon trial nnd no one'asked
to purchase until niter a fair trial.
P. J. KISTLEU
nov 8 '73-tf Agtiut, Wultupurt,
Floral Guide for 1874
,200 .rages ; GOO Engravings and Coldred
'Pjatc. PublliMd Quarterly, at 25 ds,
a Year. First No. Ibr 1874 just Issued,
A' Gentian tdltl6n at sanle price.
Adtlres JAMES V1CK,'
nov. so; Rochester, N. Y.
ECHOES. FROM AFAR'.
".Veastire your cloth ten times, for
you can cut It but once.
a ult ot goon ntivicu tins, to an tnoso
who contemplate matrlmonv, which ns
a Reheral rule, we say'ls binding alike
on the sons of .Adam, and the daugh
ters of Eve,
I nrn nnt; however, going to write of
tlio advantages or disadvantages 'of the
nnestinm nut simply give n few mnts to
those who have not yet uttered that lit
tle sentence, which is multum in parvo,
T6 the ynung woman I say, "Don't
marry n fooli" you nan never lespect n
man it you think he has no brains; nnd
where there Is no respect, love cannot'
jno matter now foppishly he may
dress, nor how ninth ohcnp Jowellery
ue may vrar; ir lie lias no sense, uo
not give your company to htm, for n
man with less preienslons, but with In
telligence, will make you a better hus
band. Do not marry n. man who lias not n
firm principle. You say tho men are
so deceptive, that It is n very hard mat
ter to discover wnetner their principles
are firm or not. I admit there is toq
much truth In the assertion; still there
are some means by which you may as
certain their soundness of principle.
If'vou meet a young man who has no
opinion of his own, but will say 'yes,
or 'no' as tlio ca?e requires, bewnre of
him. A man who is not true to any-'
thing, you cannot-expect to be true, to
never iniiiK or marrying n man who
Is not courteous and kind.; Remember
unkind sweethearts, as a ru'e, make
unkind husbands, if a man talks dis
respectfully of his parents, don't have
much to say to him; if he refuses to
fi tch water fur his aged mother, or afflic
ted sister, be assured that he will svive
yon the same, If you become hi wifu
Do you talk ot reforming him after you
nro maarled? Such reforms, are unhap
pily r.iro, and nro accomplished with
Shun n lazv mnn. The Chinese havo
n proverb, that "oysters get their pearls"
by gnP'n8- 11 some young men couiu
get money by that means, they would
b como very rich. Such men do not
make good husbands. If a young man
comes to you, nnd says that "ho Is too
goon to wont, mac ins agea lamer sup.
ports' him," take the advice ot Joliu
Ploughman, and tell him to "go to
Lubberland, where rueu get half-a-crown
n day for sleeping "
Uo not weu a man wnoso morals are
not good. It is not nil gold that glit
ters. There are many black hearts
beating beneatlifashtonableroats. There
ure many so-called men going about,
made up uy me tailor ana tue, jeweller.
They look somewhat attractive, but pos
sess discrimination, nnd you will see
all through this tinsel; and, If there U
nothing real and good, have nothing to
say td such men.
To tho young men whose' eyes may
scan these pages. I submit the follow
ing observations, beglngitig with a Span
ish proverb, which says; "Before yon
marry uo sure or n nouso in which io
tarry." I wlsli to giinrd you against n'
practice which Is by far too common.
mean, getiinz married and "going
homo with, what is called, the old peo
ple, to live."
When you are married you win do
best in a home of your own; hence be
fore you marry, be sure of a house in
which to tarry,
We aUo recommend you to ruao a
chplce of an Intelligent young woman.
join nave n wire wno mutt ror ever
be sitting down talking 'small talk,
or else remain as tnuto as nn Egyptian
Seek a voting 'woman with a ontln
spirit and a kind heart. The remark
we issue1 in reference to sons, holds
good when applied to daughters. A
vixen of a daughter will make a vixen ot
a wife, but a kind and affectionate daugh
ter, will not fall. to make an atfectlou
ate.wifov Be sure that yoar wlfollves home and
Is domesticated. It Is a great mlstor
tuuo to have a wife who dosen't know
her own work, aud cares ns little about
It as she' knows. Playing tunes on the,
piano, and working embroidery, are nil
right lu their places, but these won't
satisfy your appetite when you come
home to dinner. Soa to It that your
wlfo can play tunes on the frying pan
nnd. gridirons. When you choose a
wife, choose her rather on Saturday
than on Sunday; that is, make choice of
her iu her working dress. Quite neces
sary in these days of sham to attend to
tluit advice. There is so much false
hair, aud so mauy false teeth worn, nud
so much paint used (such marvellous
triumphs of art over nature) that we
have need to say ''Young men, be
ware of man traps.
There are two evils In marriage,
against which we wish to guard young,
people, ot both sexes. One Is, persou
belonging to the church marrying thuse
who are not religious. Such unions
are uuscrlptural, "uud are a fruitful
sourco of unliappluess. A marriage
upqn, which you cannot ask the Divine
blc-sltig, should by all means bo avoid
ed; and l ow ,ctUi yvu ask God's bless
ing wueu you Knowingly violate nis
. Another ovll is, persons getting mar
ried to those bid tnough to be their
pareiits or grandparents. Such tnar
rlsyvs are geutrally made from biw
nnd low motives, nnd are rarely happy.
1 wonder the principal, acfors in tho
affair are .not ashamed.
If nil you who nro camtldatcs for tho
United State will take these homely
hints nnd act 'upon them, marriage, In
your case, will not u what tho little
girl told tho priest It was. A prleit, tho
other day, who was examining a con
ftrmatlon class In tho South nf Ireland,
nsked tlio question, "What Is the sacra
ment of matrimony?" A I'ttln girl nt
the head of the class said, " 'TIs a stato
of toimenl, Into whle.lt souls enter to
parpare thrm for another nnd better
world." "Being," eald tlio priest, "Iho
answer for purgatory.' We iuiagliio
the little girl wits not wide nf the mark
In many cases. But mo-t persons make
their own purgatory. That y in may
not do It, we urge you to "Measuro
your cloth ten times, for you can cut
it but once."
'Birds ond UoWers will soon appear. ,
Utah Territory can boast that t, is
free from debt.
Tho national sin of Americans, says
Dr. McCosh, Is self-ndulatlon.
There are 25,000 women In the Iowa
granges, each of whom Is entrusted
with a vote.
Alderman Mullally of tho St. Louis
Council refers with gratltudtt to the fact
that he lias been n member of the body
for two years, nnd has escaped without
getting a black eye.
Mrs. Vermeul, President of the Wo
men's Tomperanco Society, proposes
that the ladles should labor for .tlio
cause by conversation and otherwise,
but not exlhlblt themselves" iu grog
gerles. John yan.Valkeiiburgh, of Chatham
Centre, Columbia county, is the oldest
legislator so far discovered, lie served
In 1820, and, Is nluety-tvYo years of age.
Ills wife Is still living, the' pair having
been married for seventy-four years.
A clerk in the .dare Island Navy
Yard, California, h,nl the-rnshness'lo
tell tlie commandant how $10,000 could
be saved in purchasing supplies. for his
department. The commandant humo
dlntely began to retrench by dispensing
with the service ot that clerk.
Senator Sumner has in his posses
sion a gold watch whlchwas presented by
Washington to Lafayette alter the bat
tle of Yorktown. Upon it is this lu
scrltlon: "G. Washington to Gilbert
Mortier do'Lafnyettei Til commemora
tion of the capitulation 'of Lord Cord-'
wal'.ls at, Yorktown, Oct.,17, 1781.
A new "wrinkle" about the ago of
horses Is the .discovery ot'-nu Illinois
.farmer, who determines the ag,e of all
animals over nine years old by the fol
lowing novel method: After the horse
Is nine years old a wrinkle' comes ou tho
upper comer of the lower lid, and: every
year thereulter he has ouo well-ilellned
wrinkle for every year over lilne. 'if,
for Instance, ahorse lias' three wrinkles,
he Is twelve) It ho has four, he Is thir
teen., Add, tlio number of. wrinkles toj
nine ncd you will, get It.
Patrick Kano.nged tblrty-lhreeyenrs,
died lii.Lacey'vllle, Pa., Marclt, 2 under
pecular cltcumstances. About two'
months ago lie 'was prostrated with
typhoid fever. 'After six weeks' Ills
.doctor, p'ro'iquncud him out of danger,
and ordered, him to take nourishment,
Kane, however, sent' for YMet 'ftifeyi
his priest, Who, 'at Kane's request, pre
pared hlui for death. Knne refused' to
eat food ot any kind, saying that he
was lit to die, and die be would. For
thirteen days he fasted nnd prayed, and
on Sunday died of starvation.
A Philadelphia correspondent of the
Bo-ton Journal or Commerce tells hoiy
money Is spent at Centennial head
quarters. 'Ihomas -Webster receives
16W n month for, speouii literary
services, B. II. Haines receives $500 per
month, and William ii. Bobbins $250,
for tho tame' sort of work, which' con
sists' malhly lu copyiifg circulars, Tim
other beneficiaries are J., E. Peyton,
who, as general visitor to dltlijreiit
Staios, gets ?800; nart,generl editor,
(300 a man named Blake, tTOU; a ntati
named Petit, 8Q0:i nf)d-'Cnarle.s B.
Norton; $400 per uibhth At thts rute
It will take about tlie ata6unt donated
by New Jersey to keep these.cppysta
nud runners going until '79.
There are some funny things, In the
tcmperence movement, In Lincoln,
Neb., the ladles Invaded Major Klen.
inch's saloon about tlie tlmu he usually1
closed for tlie night. He told them to
get out, bat they wouldn't go. .So.hu
turned off the gits and locked them lu.
The prisoners saiig and prayed in tlie
dark, until friends caino and rescued
them by bienklng In the duor. A 'law
suit for. tresis, Los. Ijeen begun by
Klentsch, lu Madison, n.snlooii keeper
paid fifteen dollars to 11 father tu escape
prosecution for selling rum to his. uii,
a minor; hut, upon learning that U101.
legal peualty Js. ony tiyo dollars, ho
sues to recover the excess. In Califor
nia K bill Is In the Legislature prohibit
ing the sale of liquor wlthlir ohe "mile'1
of any school. The deal vis claim that
if it bepoiues a law the temperance folks
will staitBhrewdly-lbcatedttpologles for
schools', so that virtual prohibition will
be the result. In a late liquor raid 1u
Rutland, th truckman, hired, to cut otl
tho 'seized goods nmioi private "bargain
with the Owner, and tdJtruuhut halt ut
them back to1 the Btoro after tne trouble
was over. Boston' enemies of lemper
aDoe say , that until recently DlO'Luvvi
Jet a Vtldlng'fortlTJortWllag, 'utftU
much dialed; -" " ' - "