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16 copies " go
24 r e ef :" add • 19:00
• n fl;09 eta addit ional subserfber.
in 5fr.11,41 enbaeriptiona must invariably be paid
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Of eyeryA taeatly ; apd prinnptly em
ended, s Ic i al s en tna most
J 1 :1111711,1"(tipille
Eha state A t :r ti rlilid *ad,
, gr a tare the
traipi the sylvan* d, at Lan
ciatEer, has Outfield, fo :
ammtraate. I wzatwatra.
a. m, Pittsbutg Ea. Irlta.a.
Line fta.ExpresaMAle "03 " DIP— • 11 2 4 9
Latio. Erato.. AN ;Tailt.Line MU p.m.
Day Elipreas. 110 wail: mpla Ao. &47 "
Harriawg A0..5.at " areten , g Ao. Mot "
Saitthera Ex.A:OO " • nttn.. "
MOND4Y, APSIL SA, AV.
Great Trunk Line jiomtheNOrtharal North
teat far Plinaiteiphia, New Fork, Raul.
ing, Pottsville, 2Umaqua, Ashland, Sha
mokintiebanon, Allentown, Easton 2. 4/4.
rata, Mat, Lancaster, Columbia, dve.
Trains leaVe Tiarrisburg fa New Vert as fol.
lows At 246, 6.20, SAO a. m., 12.96 noon 2.06 and
10.65 p, m ilt arieotingwith eindlartrains oaths
Pennsyl &ad ,ligrlving, at New
York at 9. M.,11. jp„6.00,6.46, 9.30 p.m.,
and 6.00 a, msrespetc ely. .ineephig OM, co
company the 2.83,6.20 a. in, lied WM PIM; tra4ll4l
Leave Harilsbar v % i fOr Readhig, ttey Me,
Tamaqua. Mins e, oktni
Pine Grove, e a wn and P Iphi a
6.10 a. m:, 2.00 an eta p. M. at Leto.
iumaalpraintgai Way patio nab ‘4.10 .p. in.
1 11. clavVe l teclting a ra,
Solmoylkill en and. Antairn, via Schuylk il l
and Susquehatina Maim Harrisburg
at 8.30 p. m.
Returning: Leave New York at/1.00 a. m.;12.00
noon, 5.06 and 8,00 .. Philadelphia. at 8.11 a.
in. and 3.30p 2 mc io p • ing cars aooonipany the
9.00 in t , 6.05 a el p. inn. rrom New
York, a without a ge
'ay Pass s ez e i ti rain leaves Philadelphia at
7.80 a. in, cone gmth similar train on East
Penna. I'4a returning from Reading at
628 P. 10., stopping at all stations; leave Potts
ville at 7.80, 8 43 a. m.,and 2.46 p. m.; Shamokin
at 6.26 and 10.86 a.m. ; Ashland at 7.00 a.m., and 12.80
d Tamaqua. , at 8.88 a. in.; and 2.20 p. m., for
elphla apd New York.
Leave Pottsville, via Schnylkill end Susque
hanna Railroad at 7.00 a. m. for Harrisburg, and
11.80 a. m. for Pine Grove and Tiamant.
Reading Aocomniodation Train : Leaves
Reading at 7:80 in., returning leaves Phila.
delphia at 6d6
Pottstown Accommodation Train: 'Leaves
Pottstown at 6.25 a. in.; returning, leaves P,hila
delphia at 4.30 p. m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave 14,
7.00 a. in. and 6.13 p. m. for Ephrata, Litiz, Lan
caster Columbia, he.
Perkiomen Railroad Trains leave Perkiomen
Junction at 9.00 a,. in. and 8.00 p. nt.; returning,
leave Sklppack at 8.15 a. in. and 1.00 p. m., con
necting with similar trains on Reading Rail
Oli undaYs: Leave New Yo=.oo p. m.,
Philadelphia at 6.00 a. in. an 3.16 p. m., the
8,00 a. m. train running only tek In Potts
ville 8.00 a. mi l l:arrtsburg 5,20 a. in, 4.10 mid
10.63 you, an St 12.56 i rdnigh, 2.34
andt.l,lla. Hart=lirg, at fillmai night.
4.121 D. '
Cm , , , n i
ExpursionTiokets, to and all pt
checked through; 100 poinids allowed el a e l lir re uisenger.
G. A.. NICOLLS,
RIADINO, PA., April 96, 7088 . 30.10diw
READING AND COLUMBIA R. R.
ox AND Aright
THURSDAY, Aram 115th, 1869,
RO 1114.1114 AD. AS 11
FOLL IfiLL VEIN ON TEM
Laarater.....Bo a. m. Itaignig .....10:10 a. m.
819 p. in. " 5:10p. 21
Columbia.....Bno a. m. " 10011..
—MOO pad. " p. m.
: TAD a. M. ian0uter......9:15 a. 112.
ddb p. m. " pAsi.
file a,. m. Columbia, ....AO saw
S:l5 p. m. .. pr m.
Lancaster m i Abiik.A,
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many. tn.; t,
Twit • — 7""T"' at 100, 40 as 4
• .4 RISBURG.
Al SO a 4 M., an o tl • 1004014 p; la.
At BO and 506 a. alo 100 p
Parents O Families,.
Path*); to Da*Mir,
ildother to gkwe.
OHNTLIRMIIIIC TO LADING.
When the Wit bee lett the holies, inestorla
mkt es •these thehloolol4 their thtereet.
owls 61/Pg4ll MOTO.
or OW Victoria ai2mitt*l toft be
t • aunts° interior in tat Mkt*
VOos is att
on WWl° of *47 e
Outs ••nimie W /um , P O r F i H a O t M ic E
n a tr we e ntr tw
lirOeb.b of the beet atr.•
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" • •ILL'S °ITV GAZLERT,
jetk 10411 , i No. WI Nest Itthipot.
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• Ottawa Punta. IL L Dorm,
tropriewa, :sYlf+lTJ:.' '•
MILITARY AND EAvAL CLAIM AGENT,
No. 56 East Lanat.ster, PA.
Being duly licensed. as a Clidul' Agent, and
having a largo eXperienco, prompt , Attention
will be given LP the following Ovules of claiins ;
BOUNTY andPAY due disehstrged Soldiers and
BOUNTY (additional) tO Soldiers toliC• =hated
for not 101 l than $ or $ yearsiOr•were honor*.
bly dtecluir •for wounds received. •
BOUNTY (a nal) tot. Mows, Children, or
Parenterof o ors p from wounds re-
PENSIONS d 'eon in mild seroe.
110 d rs and Sailors, or
to their lvidowror eldbiren.
PENSIONS forfaVitoroami mothers, brothers or
sisters of dettensed soldiers, upon whom they
PENSIMIS and 'GRATUITIES for Soldiers or
their Widows Mtn Pennsylvania, in the War
PAYAne Tr.:Asters, Artificers and Civil exm
PA e 7 R;r t hr G s: re gst trite United Sts
CHARGES.—Tees fair and moderate, and •in
no ease will obargee be. made until the money
THE OLD PENN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE , COMPANY
' OF PHILADELPHIA.
ACC MULATED CAPITAL, $2,04 1 .456: .
After paying Losses to the amount of $1,10,1
AU the Surplus Dividend amongst the Po cy
Holders every year.
THE ONLY TRULY MUTUAL COMPANY IN
THE CITY OR STATE.
For further information apply to
JOHN J. COCHRAN, Agent,
From "Father Abraham , ' Office,
no2o.tf] Lancaster, Pa.
WORLD MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
J. F. FRUEAHRF, Gener4l *Rent for Penn'a
NORTH QUEEN STREET,
(Above J. F. Long it Son'a Drug Store.)
This Company offers more SOUP and RZAL
inducements than any other Life ;nsursace
Company in the country.
Send or call and get a Circular.
Aotive solicitors, male or female *anted in
every township in the State. beal4m•
Hats, caps, Furs 4T.
Fell and Winter RATS
.41 all qualitiasand colon.
LADLES? FANCY PUBs,
We are now open ing the largest auff I mola
complete assortme ,
ti Ladift Ind Children's
FANCY RUES everred in ne market, at
very low prices.
ROBES? ROBES!! ROBE S `!!
Buffalo Robes, lined and unlined; lEndsaiDay .
Wolf, Prairie WolA Vox, 0001, Deb
iitAxicrrs AND LAF TIM
Of all qualities, to which we wouldPartilnend ui
in the attention of a ll WPM in tad
artl4ool ih that line.
GZOVES, GAUNTLET'S and larra:
ZIA RA I Abe
Wier inns Per WriumatSV
WAVO and U.R . llit u tta;
WILOIXOII.I AND RDDAIL.
*AVID psis. • • it.s, soma '
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tifit /10 , •
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)1 1 4Vigito 4W PotToNs•
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Interest paid on Deposits.
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Contains itu the news at the week Up t o Friday
nfttl, end_ tifistutereffetb feedlots am be
has elereltere tee the MUM luseunt menet.
•Tiosleet ELIE PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
• _ _ PEAESOL sum Ifeblbeberik_
dee•Eldta) 3,eseselos, rl6
let us strire on to flnish the workiA ,
we are, in; to hind up the nations wounds; to
to see the r
AntlartY - . A.T LAW,
NO. 160 BROADWAY
Lift a utast %of's Ot sir _ ,
Neighbor, le tut ahe hg him.
To that heavy4ladmi..b i
Who for ty eaksibeet .001111**** "tat !
What to ee with thy
t at tr i r ini blullv I • •
Seems a 11gat paid espy 1 , ,
Is to him a' hderoue b e i
Cumbering his pligrisiii .
.• . .
Lift a little! Lift a littli4
Effort gives omvaddlad Ate i;•
That which stir titan rielsg,
Thu oast h at arm*, full le mp%
Not his fault that eis babble",
Not thy praise that thou artiktrong;
It is God makes lives to ditliir, a
Some from walling, some fto*i song.
Lift a little! Lift a little!
Many they who need thisitto,l4; '
Many lying on •the.readsideb A
'Heath misrogtame's dream, eitade,
Pass not by, like 'Priest and l lopatta,
Heedless of thy fellow mum,•
But with heart and arms eilaild'od,
Be the. Goal Samaritan.
hers, in my opinion -1
Ethel the only Woman
could make .1
ire a had,
met Ihn al
at the bell nsaitt.
iiii ) ,,
Parker answer it!' 4:161 be,
to pull the wire cat %Mit • I _- . 4., -
He had Jay 0 teased. 'cigar au tOf ;the
window, With - the' hits . 'nWrfi of satielt
hastening to . the' *Seto,' When a red ,
handed *Went #itlidatne , up *Ws apart , :
medal breitidesaand noir . - '' , l.• ' '
110 MS is h
• 'lf ye Ste.
ageno but -,
It 11 1 3 f0u.k 1 .1 0 -
`Vail , . 1-,
cried hfr, 4",45P
'em W 8 d'
tweet( the; - 01
, e13 ,.._,,,,
' I be
r4,l ,64 LetAit )
a g min.) ,
tho ' you w ,
It Was &nun .J a ct a: ._ A ,-4
dithple-cligeted li t tle ' With -. % '
the Atoril t it i r a 'sk , t.i.'
Sid the Ong, - - 1
And 'Mr. dav „A.
it's trra .• .. - ' . -5
like a morning vapor ore' ~. r ; 4 . ~,,,, ' ....
solence ofd , aar she ,% - ' h , ' - -
doorway buditesiiig . ._
finger; Mid locitingtvillh 2 f
round his babhelor Sanctum, W , ' , t
06a'pe's matronly . coOtttenituSt =. - ,
in the background.
1 , ••
• Peterson kicked a strip sli% ..,,
under the table, and threw hi.. % • +r"" ";
gown over a huge meerecha , - .
driving to appear a. ,%, . U
"s Very happy to see you s Niii sUre t ”,
he said, turning red, and wishing hot,
" tidied up" a little before boast IF
his matutinal cigar. "'Anything I
do for you—' l
" You can allow us the privilege ell
looking at your house," said - .1
coaxingly. "I—titat iei mamma hast
to move, and although the rent of
house, must of course be very high, the ,
thought, by taking a feW boarders, she
might contrive to meet expense.'"
" Exactly so," said rang Ws: Cope.
"Are you going to move elsewhere?"
asked datums of our hero, at she glanead
at the halfpacked trunk&
"My landlady_ ii," m onm Mr. Petit%
Peterson. "It's awfttlto be at the meg
of a landlady, Miss Cope!" .
"But it's all younfaultl" oried- Jean
with a roguish sparkle is her lovely blue
for Ms "'idol, and his orphan, to do alt which may
achieve and cherish a just and a. fasting peace
amore/ oursolow and reit.% all natione."-4. Z.
',IVNE 11, 1869.
-why didn't you get mar
was a loon' , said our bache
by the roses on Jeannie's
le coral of her laughing lip.
why don't yeugetmarried new?"
tile relentless little sprip_.
114 you," questioned Mr. Peter
ively, yim Were I?"
:cm* I would. GM married and
. us, Nampa , give you
, dear!" checked Mrs. COpe, gently.
Ly dear =Warn,'" cried Mr. 'Peter
with hit reyes'fhted on Jumnie 9 s
face, ‘,‘ I assurevytat that 31 think it
excellent idea!" • ,
id all through their journey , from
to French roof, While Mrs. Cope
dered the relative advantages'of this
1, and that, and Jeannie fluttered to
fro like a weeefal little humming
Mr. Peterson kept. revolving this
"excellent idea" hi his own mind.
Ise Jeannie," he said stotneivhat
7, as they Fetnrnaf &Urn stairs,
seta) morning, unole, l7 he cried,
-'resod morning, Joe,” returns
Ptiersod, nodding to Kt Joseph. Frar ,
limy his only nephew. " What Uhl. .yem
duns Wench a InuryYti •
is your house let yet, Inaolsir 7
g4Yto-plo-I &sot exactly know, l3 ce
ded /iFird Peterson, a little sarkwyerdly.
What *omit matter to you whethec it
leper not, hey, you young soapegrooet 4 P
sqlush 11111 To ;tell rut she , Muth, I
was thinking of renting it myseif.P 7
es, I. I'm going tabs married nex,ti
r testily tionnistilod z t
oCa p t.
inensOn on nadir why u
• a *VA , " 01 4 1 .Yf You , M-.): 0 4 Sok ake
0 1 0 8 4.
r • nlt•wfrhok.,_vo thejuiwirra' whY
botk An 6 geterson out your
" Because, sir," sai4 Mr. Peteroon„ sen
tiously---" *mini my mother - in olow
t in to be' Wan boordero t
pootiers, in a gasbag sort Of lair-Awd.
XV,±fit tqatlWOljataeli Weeif to 4 8 ri $/ . . •
" All bat* WWI is 44)P6M7. WM,
' WRAY ad
_ —ungeseiemply accorded
fission, Johsph Franklin was forced
oontont 3 while Mr. Peterson went
hack to his room to think about Jeannie
"I do believe Inn in love.” thought our
irilildlopaged hero. "I'll take a cigar—no
Ls o ironno either. Jeannie may object to
king, and a man that's as good as
melt .W ought to b a little careful about
,&e WOO mokieg_a Wag pencil estimate
rtue probable cost of refignishieg
rtinents hti.dechred With velvet
hi, accordingto eiiiiniele not'
thitikuOteoonornical ideas, thathains
deplan," , said Ur. Pat's.
=en of it) * igidiA .
Al da * 44. R.4.for
have your prozalse to gear
We you-tape this bouse?”
mime; in faci, I Ainilutiya,
F yn utael_ 1 0 7 soi,j4 A 4 . P
t. "TO SI
l wa 4
idea of marry raj , t
exclaimed real's. n.
Anon, when Joseph Franklin entered,
flushed and proud.
"She's down in the parlor, uncle,”
'"ls shei' 9l said Mr. Peterson. "Sixty
nine and three are seventy-two; and twice
you'll come down and see her uncle,"
persisted Joe, impatiently.
"In a minute. TweFve and sixteen,
and-=-there, then, Joe, how can a man
add "up ids accounts with you stamping
round the room like a wild butlitlo? Yes,
I'll go down and see her, and then
shall have a little peace of my
He followed his nephew resignedly down
to the parlor, thinking, the while, of for
other things, and suffered himself to be
led to the little sofa in the hay window,
where a slender young lady was sitting,
toying rather nervously with a 'pink par
" Uncle," said Joe, proudly, " this is
my promised wife. Jeannie, this is Uncle
.!" Itiannle CopePt gasped the astounded
“ Toll%ive me a kiss, uncle, won't
yon?” said Jeannie, putting up her coral
lips in the most bewitching way in the
world. "I said it urea .mamme, this
morningiiit l ifFs really Joe and I that
wanted It .1;_. r
"It was, e said Mr Reterpon, with
a' louden", commingling oeSenestiens. -
" Yea and you Khovr you promised to
gatanarresd and board With us. Re did .
e bachelor burst into a hysterical
Wee only joking, 64
” he said.
riedl indeed! Pm not . such a fool yet. (live
me the kiss, Jeannie. I'll stay here, I;m*
I'll not refurnj* the rooms this year.”
So the love-&e.ain faded Ott of Mr. Pe
tro Petersen's mature life. And the bill
was taken , off the front door; and Moo
Joseph rregiraut Pm learned-to fastidious
ommette that suits even the rastidious
taste of her uneb3-in-law.
"And it's just as well that Fate saved
me from ma idw a fool of mysalf, 77 says
Mr, Paterson, exultantly.
A I'OCCRINO MOM
'We_We never read a more touching,
beandfd incident than the fbliowing
which recurred a short time since In one
of the Preach oourts. The natural nobil
,9f ' • bra
er *, 1 90 , the effrge tel tr
or fresh Otnuitly, anott•an evident*,
tea* however ibirk the day, an honest heart,
and a firm resolve will overcome the great
A. French paper says that Lucille
Rouen, a pretty girl, with blue eyes and
fair heti; poorly but neatly clad was
brought befell* the Shah Quirt of Correc
tion use the charge of vagrancy.
sf Don any one claim yowl , said the
'Ohl ray good sir,” saidahe, " I have
no longer any ftiends; my father and ,
mother are dead§ and I have only my
brother Janine, but he is es
_young as I
am. Qi sin what can he do Ihr vier
" The court must send you to the house
"React iam sister here I am, do not
feat," cried a. childish voice from the
other ead ef the court, and at the ewe
instant a Attie boy, with a lively counte
nance, stalled dirtii front amid the crowd
and stood beams **Judge.
"Who are putt" said he.
"Jame Rouen, the brother of this poor
y o ik on
f‘ And Id* di you want?"
14 1,,C0P10 to ohtini my Lucille."
"MO babe yott. the hiatus of providing
“Yeaterday I had none; but I now
Laos. Don't be afraid.”
W 1 hoW good you are, je j oes. , l
" let us see, my said b the
magistrate; "the 'court fds oy "
Pssed to do
all that it canitor leer sister; brat you
must give uit.imidat
"About nifOrkslight ago, sir," exclaim
ed the boy _f mar poor motile died of a,
bad cough; tin , it 'was cold at home. We
were in vent ' trouble. Ti t an Y Said to
a l oes, ruin tatoise an artist, and when
I know a poi trade, I 'will support my
sister, weatApprentice to a brush.
maker, Blery day. I used to carry her
half of my dinner, and at night I took her
secretly to My room, and she slept on my
bed while I Slept on the door. But it ap
pears that she had not enough to eat.
One day she bagged on the Boulevard and.
was taro up. When I heard that, I said
to aysdi, 44 Coma, my boy, things cannot
lint so; yen must find something better.
I soon found a good place, where I am
tedsod clothed and have twenty francs a
month. I have also found a good wo.
man, ho, these twenty francs, wSI
Inn "este Or Lticille, and teach her needler•
mods. =L claim my sister."
II M bay," w,M the.* , "your coup
duct is very honorable. waver, your
sister cannot be set at liberty till &mop.
" Never mind, Lucille," said the boy,
I will come 4 and fetch you early to-mor.
row,":then turning to the magistrate he
said "I may kiss her; may I not, sir?"
He then threw himself into the arms of
his sister, and both wept fond tears of
--at wise old gentleman, who hhow‘ on
about it, on relaxing. from business, gam
the following sage advice to Ida soll aq
snooessor • Common sense, my soo t
valnable in all kinds of business—except
- • • Tr - •
IN FATHER ABRAHAM.
Ten lines of Nonpareil Constitute a Square.
76 $ 1,4 2tos 3 50
lEr 1 8 0 0 70 4 301
150 20, 8 80, 6 00,
175 200 890• , 7 00i,
275 4 00' 0 0 1 ; 10
COOl 411141: 00 is
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15_00..40 00 00 40 00,
Administ ore , Notice 2so
.Assignees , .Notice
Auditors , patio! . 1 50
SPECIAL NtIITICESi n Ten cents a line for the
uellelas en, Hid Seven cents a line for each
IIikkIeSWILMMI-soleceeleceeente, Ten samara
LieXer,the „grit Insertion rive cents a lute
.101-ALL KINDS oF PRINTING eieeet4o
4 Witat shall I de?" and pie old bache
lor stamped around the sitting-Mom in a
perfect rage of doubt, looking first at the
napping baby in the little willow cradle /
and then at the busy French clock cril tens
"As orates, tnynanie is Joseph Phelpfk
tint two-fisted, large-linaged nephew of.
mine is about waking, and it wants one
whole hour of the time which its inothpr
appointed for her return. Whewl
actually sweat to think Qf it. What MA
I do with it=how can I treat it to sugs.g..
or hold it, or trot it, or do anything with
At this juncture a faint wail from the
baby receptacle brought the bachelor
Joseph to his taps. With an energy and
alacrity that would not illy become a htuoi
band and a baby-tender, he commenced
rocking the cradle; senditig the indignant,
baby into a perfect tremor of kicks and
squalle. Backward and forward, from
one side of the , pillow to the other, the.
round, red face rolled; the infant fists,
were clenched with a force that purpled.
them, while, from the white, plump
came a cry that set the bachelor wil t =
• ',Again Joe looked at the clock,
•." What in the dews can!. do
:darned • • i•
He sat 21:1 , atg chair before the
baby a o Vi
&Rife quilt over
his knees, and' th ibek ilhorror upon
his face, proomded to take • the baby from
ire resting .place. He drew the young
hopeful, just as a very neat old lady would
ick itto a pocket handkerehief, with
;and fingers. Afresh yell from the
ti bit& Ortherbabir Was the only ex. .
of thank% as he (*summoned
er-totheTAtma baby trot.
,mus be s omething is pricking
lifite . ,t'Shool mild Yoe, commencing a'
seam* for the aggravating pin that was
driving the child into such a rage. But
no pin was to be found, and he made an
attempt to turn the baby over; but oh!
the clumsiness of his fingers—the
eel4iire form slid ont of his lap to the floor,
sending forth a cry that was louder,
clearer, deadlier than before.
Save me! I've broken its neck!" was
the exclamation as he picked the baby up,
and in the agony of despar — he trid to quiet
him. A thoug ht struck JOe. He saw a
barque hanging up against the wall of the
• reon,,and II a*.
* car te = Ile
I . , 'l'; •
and lilt a 'ttial monument of tbrainine -
ri me m7. He was wild with joy. Be
it over hie coat, and thstened the,
sleeve,. behind him. He took the baby
and laid its head against the false breast.
Shades of Southern plantations ~ ana
cation , factoriesill as the baby roetcd
nose into it about a wile, then e•addle&
down to a moose. The bachelor CCM
1, Women are all a fleet! show,
For man's 1 o
When filled al* b ale , d stalk 4 wills tole
They look quite We '
A tap on the door stop - pea Joe in the
midit of hii suggestive se ,ng, and before he'
had till* tedisarraY.hirnseif; the door was.
°mad; and 6 roguy"4l, laaghing pair of
eyr_Reered in upon nu n ,
Your sister is not at home, is she'll
asked the visitor.
"No,Ruyan& stammered Joe, grow
ing v ery red the bee, "an d have
M is s Re ,yee laughed; offered to relieve
IL!. .r amp, whiclihe willingly con
s"' so; sitting neat by the while In
tently wasstdatiler. She Inamiged the
baby, toe, charm s without the barque, and
u °P was captivated.
Josephl%4a married Emmy Hayes—
von my word he did.
THE Chicago Post gets off a couple of ;
pretty good ones—thus:
It is stated that three thousand people
assembled together to bear Andy Yolm
son speak at Clarksville, Tennessee. It
always has been the rule down in Ten
nessee, that the poorer the show, the big.
ger the crowd.
In spite of the old misunderstanding,
Boss. of Kansas, is confiding his wants to
the Pretident again. Ile is trying to get
up? a compromise with Grant on the Rect.
—A Ibllow in New Orleans, affe?ted
with nosukia-a•potu, conceived the idea
that he *le a goose and procured straw
for a nest, anli brickbats for eggs, pre.
pared to 'Set der the latter. His mother'
intethred. "Why don't you let me alone?
Don't you see lam setting?" "Bat
Oliver, you ain't a the mother
replied. "1 attritf* "No• you are my
poor, dear soul , ' • I know No;
_are. 'nolo are not agga--they
fjce , *Dolil know DidnYt
I lay tem, and I mean to hatch 'em or
.0-Wks are not our police required to
remove all stray piecesoforanspa_peel from
the kidewalk, as is tha rule in England?
:last read this horrible accident and then
answer: She tripped along with ribbons
flying, from a bran new last she'd just
heen buying. She hold her head up very
high, and thought, "Well, ain't Bust old
pie?" An orange peel lay in her track;
she slipped, add flat upon her back, lay
—Alt obi maid, on the
fifth hgng_of the n' wade
yeutili lady obeetved, with
grid sympathetic dish: "Well, I ettl4l4
'UI what we must all ooze toe"
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