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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mi. I. II.. I....- T
ngtrn hit prolMiional servieea lo tbo pub
i folleollone nnd nil other professional
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rroeip menilon. fJn 8, 'e.if
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J, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J Kreebtirg Tu.,
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ic. All ouainees entrusteu 10 on car
111 be promptly attended to.
.tan 1 1,'""
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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t, ColleclidDi anu nil omer rioicsaion-
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frt prompt attention. Jan. 8, 'U7tf.
M.LINN. A. II. DILL,
I . f4niMiiinra ta J. F. a J. M. Linn. I
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Lewlaburg, Pa.
t'tt tbeir profeaaional eereicee to tbe
ablie. Collections and nil otber pro-
i.ionnl buahieas entruated to ttirlr rare
i,Ureceiveprowptattentlon.f Jan. 8, '07lf
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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lie. Collections and all other professions
htinns entruated to bis care will re
ttltf prompt attention. (Mice two door
kot'b or tue keystone Hotel. (Jon o, u
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ifrre bis Professional services lo the
l.blic. All buaineas entrusted to his
lire will be promptly attended to. Col-
1'iioni made In all parts or tbe State.
ten apeak the hnilib and German
kaguagr fluently. Office between Hall's
a4 ibe i oil oince.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT 14V
WiduMeburg Snyder County Pcnn'a
See a few doors Went of tbe P. 0. on
Kain street. Consultation in hnglisb
htd Gcin:en rttirpra. rep. lit!
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jer his professional sciviceslo tbe pub.
All nusincpn cnirumeu iv un vnir
3 be promptly nt tended to.
lian. o. un
IKUVKII K MAKER
P.rirtna tn n1 nt a ffnod and durable
twinft Machino can be nccoinmodilod nt
uonablf criecs bv eallinir on on Sam-
BlFaist, Agent, ISelinagrore.
(Jan. -a, tt
fR. J. Y. S1IINDEL,
J SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
fit bi professional sereiees to tbe cit-
mi or Middleourg and vicinity.
I A1SMQ il, J
p F. VAN BUSKIHK,
IEOICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST
UUN K. HUGHES, Ehc,.,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Peoo Twp., Sojder Co. Ta
LT li. WAONER, Esq.,
l' JtMlUE Ur THIS I'MUC,
i Jiclson Towusbip, Snyder Co. Pa.,
'Ultend to all business entrusted lo
.nil nn lli tnAfll raaaanabl
h.i. March l A'tiSIf
DRJt k" KANAWEL,
till CIVtAll M w VWv,
rilrcvllle, Snyder Co., Fa.,
F"i bis professional services lo Ibe
, - n u.if
MAY DILL k Co.,
Wuolisali Pkalibs in
OOD AND WILLOW WARE
Cloths. Window Shades, Brooms, Mats,
nhes Cotton Laps, Orain Rags, Fly
, Buckets, Twines, Wicka, Ho.
5 North Third Btreed, Philadelphia.
r A. BOYEK, Jr.
Vioflbiirir KnvderCo. Pa..
l respectfully offers bis services lo
putiuo as vendue iryer ana auouub-
Having bad large experieoc,
nnnniijkfiL inn .an nnunr uuicui
xfsotlon to my emr'-oyees.
ATTORNEY AT LAW k
IDDLERtTRQ. RNYDER COUNTY. Pa
Fee In Court House, 8ept.l6, '07tr
, - -
LEWJS MiL'MEH'S SONS
?.322 N. THIRDS
m PHILADELPHIA. , '
IfSttCHANT HOUSE. '
f U. MANDERBACn Prop'r.
I . J. C. NIPB, Clerk
K 416 Worth Tbiri Street.
IIAEB 4 ELDSB '
"HOLES ALK BOOK SELLERS
rjoaere, Blank book Maoufatnrea
ealera la Wrapping, Blasting, Cut-
Wall pasters Paper Bags ie 0a
f'Prlai.ra P'Otlenh ThJrt street hv Bee
D. 0. CLARKE,
Importer and Jobber In
In Cerent A'arley!
" 37 North Third Street,
Reapectfully Informs the eitiifna of this
place and surrounding country that he la
now prepared to manufacture to order, and
has fur sale,
Ac, as cheap, and a little cheaper, than
they can be purchnaed elenhtre.
of vehicles of various kinds promptly at
tended to. A ahnre of the publle patron
age Is solicited.
Middlcburg, May 3, IS I. If.
WHOLESALE ANI RKTAIL
NO. C(! NORTH PITOND STREET,
(Uilow Arch, West Side.)
Fatiory and Wlmte-ml?. Ihunrtment,
1003 North Cih Slreet, above Oxford,
ei-ccaesoa to cArrrAX k cniw,
No- tl North Fourth blrcrt,
Original Packnges ConatnnDy on Hnnd.
Repreiented bj Tli hO'8 8WINEFORD.
K. O. HETZEL. V. S. McCLLLOVOH
HSTZSXi ell ZVXcCTJX.OUaZX,
(SUCCESSORS TO JOHN HETZEL.)
SEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
RAIL RdID TIES,
SNYDER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
March IT, 1870-If.
RKAT EXCITEMENT IN
BANNE F? VI LLE,
I NEWQOODS. I
HELFRICH & BItOWER
Wish lo Inform tbe ettliens of Banherville
and vicinity Ibat ihey have opened new
stock of goods, and will keep eontanlly on
nana run assortment or
. iDHiibi ooou:
Consisting of ' t.r ACAfl.POPLINS.PLADS,
Clotlif & Casslnieres
DATS andCArS, BOOTS and SHOES,
:"o hoc tit its.':
HARDWARE AND QUEENS WARE,
SALT AND FISH,
And in faot everything usually kept In a
first olasa country store. All of which we
offer at greatly reduoed prices, for Cash or
Having had large experlenee In the
business, we flatter ourselves that we can
please and satisfy all our euslossarsj
Hoping by striot attentioa to business
and a desire to please all, lo merit a liberal
shase of publle patronage. Our motto Is
-Quick Salt and Small IVofiit.
We ask at UmS thai the tublia examlae
our siook and rises before purchasing
owaarw, as ws always aaew eur goods
BauiarrUle jfaaa U, WO. U
THE MAXiniSn WIFE.
Er.ra Newton had jnsl finished rook
ing orcr bis yearly itccounts. 'Well,"
asked his wife, looking tip, " how do
you conio out V
" I find," said hor liuxbanJ, " that
my expenses during the I est year
have born lliirty-scrcn ccula over a
"And yonr income baa been a
"Yes. 1 managed p-otly well,
" Do you think it manageing wrll
to cioeod your luoomo?" aiJ his
" What's thii ly scucnccols ?'" hUcJ
Mr. Newton, lightly.
" Not much, to bo sure, but still
something. It scents to me that we
ought to havo saved, instead of falling
" Hut bow can wo savo on this sal
ary, Elizabeth ? Wo haven't lived
extravupnntly. Still it ectiu to have
" Pcrh.ips thero is somolhing in
which wo might retrench. Suppofo
you mention some of the items."
The most Important tiro hoiicc
rcnl, ono hundred and City dollars, and
Articles of food, five hundred dollurs."
"Yes, and you'll admit that we
can't retrench ihcro, Elizibotb. I
.:!.. l!- II 1 I. ..I 1. - t
.nu wu. ''uar,ydcpo.Hiu.dvlutcvor money sho
poor board before I was married ,n OM(j o(.
Now I mean to live as well as I enn. 1, illtitllli,)D,,ho flloJ int IP
woo..SI.t to to !'
somethiii!; airninst a ranr day. Lira.' i
' "That would be something like
carrying nnd umbrella when the sun
" Still it is well to have aa umbrella
in the house.''
"I can't controvert your logic, Eli
zabeth, but I am afraid wo shau't be
able to save anything this year. When
I get my salary raise J, it will bo time
enough to think of that.''
" Let mo make a proposition to
you,'' said Mrs. Newton. " You say
ono half of your income has Li en ex
pended on articles of food. Are yuu
willing to allow me that sum for the
" You guarantee to pay nil bills out
"Then I will bifl the responsibili
ty upon you with pleasure. Hut 1
can tell you beforehand you won't be
able to save much out of it.'
" Perhaps not. At any rate I will
engngo not to exceed it "
"That's well I bhouldu't relish
having any additional bills to pay.
As I am paid every month, I will nt
each payment band you hulf the
The different characters of husband
and wife may bo judged from conver
sation which has been recorded. Mr.
Newton had but little prudenco or
foresight. Ho lived chiefly for the
present and seemed to fancy that
whatever contigencios might ariso in
the future, ho would somehow bo pro
vided for. Now trust in Providence
is a very proper feeling, but there is
a good deal of truth in tho old adage
that God will help those who help
Mrs. Newton on tho contrary, bad
been brought up in a family which
was compelled to be economical, and
although she was not disposed to de
ny hursolf comforts, yet she felt that
it was desirable to procure thorn at n
Tbo time at wbioh this conversa
tion took place was at the oouimoocc
tnont of the second year ot their mar
Tho Grst stop which Mrs. Newton
took, on aceepting tho charge of tbe
household expensos, was to institute
the praotico of paying cash for all ar
ticles that came undor her depart
ment. She accordingly called on the
butcher and inquired :
" How often have you been in the
habit of presenting your bills, Mr.
" Onco in sis months," was the re
ply. . "And I suppose you somotimes
have bad bills V
" Yes, one-tLIrd of my profits, on
aa average, are swept off by thorn."
" Aod you oould afford, I suppose,
to sell somewhat ehespcr for ready
money f '
V Yes, and I would bo glad if all my
customers would girt me a ehanco to
" I will set them example then,"
said Mrs. Newton. " Hereafter what
ever artioles shall be purchased of you
wil b pd for oa the spot, and we
shall expect yea to el tl reasonable
as you ceo." !
I ThU arrangement wu also mi
SNYDER CO. PA, MAY IK 1871.
with the others, who, It Is scarcely
ocedful to ft,J, wcro very glad to en
ter into the arrangement. Heady
money is the great sipport of trade,
and a cash customer Is worth two who
purchase on credit.
1'orluontely Mrs. Newton had n
small supply of money by her which
Instol till the first monthly Install
tneut for her hiiHhnnd became d'ie,
she was enabled to carry out her cash
plan from the beginning.
Another plan which occtirod t her
as likely to save expense, was to pur
chaxe nrtieloi in larger iiiuntitii'S. She
hud soon saved enough from tho mon
ey to do this. For example, instrnd
of lying sugar a few pounds at n tim'
alio ;purclincd n barrel, and so suc
ceeded in saving a rent or mora on a
pound This perhaps, amounted to
but a trifle In the course of a year,
but tho fttino cyi.tom can led out tn re
gard to other article yielded a re
sult which was by tio means a trifle.
Thero were other ways ia which a
careful bookkeeper la alio to limit cx
pciiKO which Mrs. Newton did not
overlook. With an object in view nlie
wasaUvays on the lookout to prevent
wutc, and to get the full value of
whatever was expended.
Tho result was beyond her anticipa
tions. t tho closo of Ihe venr. on cxnmin
her bai.k.b.K.k forsho l.al, rr--
h on. hun-lruJ nd lifty.MIari.be
sides roinibur.-ing herself for the mun
ey the first month, and lim ing enough
to last another.
"Well, Elisabeth, have you kept
within your allowance V osicd her
husband ut this time. " I guess you
havo not fo'ind it so cay to ravo as
you thought for."
" I have saved something, however,''
said hU wife. " Hut how is it with
" That's nioro than I can say. How
ever I havo not exceeded my income,
that's one g .o 1 thing. Wo havo lived ,
r..n . ..)! I .i..s. Lnmt I. H i.i.:
,er than last year, when wo t-pcul five
'It's knack," Ezra," sai l bis wife
Slio was not incliuod to mention
I how much she had saved. Fho waut-
him with it when it would bo ol
"Slio imv nnssiblv have saved u
twenty-live dollars," thought Mr
Newton, " or some sueh trifle, and sj
dismissed tho matter from his niiud.
At the cod of the second year, Mrs.
N'owtun's saving, including tho in
terest, amounted to throo hundred
and fifty dollars, and be began to feel
Her husband did not think to in-
juiro how shu had sueceodi d, suppos
ing as before, that it could bo but a
very small sum.
However bo hud somo good news
tocommuuicuto. IIh salary hud been
raised from a thousand to twelve hun
Ho added : " As I boforo allow od
you one-null my incomo lor house
hold expenses, it Is no more than fair
I should do so now. That will give
you a better chance to savo part of it
t ban before. Indeed, I dug t know
how you havo succeeded lo suving
anything thus tar."
As before Mrs Nowton merely said
that sho had saved something, without
specifying the amount,
Her allowance was incroascd to six
hundred dollars, hut her expenses
wcro not proportionally increased at
nl! j so that hor s ivings for tho third
year swelled tho aggregate sum in
tho savings bank to six hundreds dol
lars. Mr. Newton on tho contrary, in
spite of his increased salary, was no
bettor oh" at tbe end of tbq third year
than before. Ilia exponses had in
creased hy a hundred dollars', though
he would have found it difficult to tell
in what way bis comfort or hoppinoss
had been iooreased thoroby.
. In spite of his carelessness In regard
to bis own affairs, Mr. Newton was an
excellent man In regard to his business,
and bis sorvioes wuro valuable to hi
omployers. They accordingly increas
ed his salary, from time to ti mo, till it
reached sixteen huodrod dollars. He
had steadily presorted the custom of
assigning ono half to bis wile for the
same purpose as heretofore, and this
bad become sueh a habit that ho nev
er thought to ioquiro wbelhor alio
found it oeooeaary to employ the wbelo
or not. '
Thus tea year rolled away. Dur
ing all this time Mr. Now ton lived iu
the tame hired bent for which bo
If 8 1 .
h: d puid an annual rent of ono hun
dred nn 1 fifty dollars. .Latterly, how
ever, he had hecomo dissatisllud with
it. It had paved Into tho hands of a
new landlord, who was not disposed to
keep it in the repair which ho consid
Abmt this time a block of excellent
houses were erected .by a capitalist,
who dcxigucd lo sell them r;- lot llicm
as ho might havo an opportunity.
They were nioro modern and much
better arrmged than tho ono In which
Mr. Newton now live J, and ho IV ll n
strong (loslro lo movo in ono of them.
Ho mentioned it to his wild one morn
ing. "What is tho rent. Era?" in
quired alio. I
" Two hundred and twenty five Jo!-
Ian for tho corner hoU'O : two bun-.
died fur either of the o'.hers.''
'The corner would be preferable, I
on nrrotitit (f tho aide witiif iws." I
" Yes, and they hnvo a large yard(
besides. 1 think me must hire one of
them. I guess I'll engage ono to-duy ; '
you know our year is. out next week.''
" Please wait, E.ra, till to-uiorrw
before engaging one."
" lor what reason?"
" I should like to examine tho
Soon after break liiit Mrs. New ten I
called on S.jire llent, thu owner of the
uW bUHk. 0I,J '"'"' "
to be slinwu tlio corner liouse
reipMM ho readily complied with; Mrs 1
Newton was uitJ delighted with all
the arritugomonts, and expressed her
Hit intact ion. i
' Aro theso houses fur sale orto
let ?'' she required. I
' Either," said the owner. 1
' The rent is, I understand, two i
hundred aud twenty-live dollars.'' '
" Yes, 1 consider tho corner house 1
worth ut least twenty-livo dollars'
uioro than the rest " '
" And what do you charge for tho 1
hiuse to a cash purchaser t" asked
Mrs, Newton with subdued eagerness
" Four thousand dollars cash,'' was 1
tho reply, and that is but a saiull ad
vauce on the cost."
" Very well, I will buy it of you,"
added Mrs. Newton ipiictly.
' What did I uuder.stund you to
say ?" osked the Stpiiro, scatcoly be
lieving his cars.
" I repeat that I will luy this lnue
ut your price, aud pay the ituuey with-
,'n wei''t "
" Tl'1'" '',0 house is yours. But your
huslatld said nothing of his intention,
and in fact I did not know "
' That ho had the money to invest, ,
I supposo you would say. Neither I
does ho kuow it, nnd I must ask you j
not to tell him for tho present.''
The next morning Mrs. Newton in-1
vitcd her husband to take a walk, but
without specifying the direction. !
They soon stood in front of the,
house in which ho desire J to live.
" Wouldn't you like to go in ?" she
"Yes. It's a pity wo haven't got
" I have the key," said his wife,
and forthwith walked upthesteps aud
proceeded to open the door.
" Whcu did you get tho key of
Biuiro Beiit I' asked the husband.
Yesterday, when I bought tho
house," said his wife quietly.
Mr. Newton ga.cd ul his wife in pro
" What on earth doyou mean, Eliza
both ?" ho inquired.
'Just what I say. Dbo housois
mine, and what is mine is thino. So
tho house is yours, Ezra.''
" Where in tho namo of goodness
lid you raise tbo money ?" asked thu
hushndd, his atnazoment still as great
" I havcu't been a managing wife
for ten vcais for nothing," said Mrs.
With somo difllottlty Mrs. Nowton
persuaded her husband that tho pr'ye
of tho house was really the result of
her savings. He felt that he survey
ed the commodious arrangements of
tho new bouso that ho bad to bo grate
ful for tbe prudence of bis managing
On the 7lh instant, the Grand Jury
f Crawford oouoty, sitting at Mead
ville, returned a truo bill of indictment
against Bennighoff, Sr., aud two eons,
for compounding a felony. Tbe Ben
uigboffs are charged with attempting
to "fix up" the great robbery case witb
the thiovei, for thu purpose of cheat
ing the dolcctivos employed in tbe
case out of their roward.
To be bnppy, the passiocs mast bo
cheerful ' end gay, not gloomy and
melancholy.; A propensity to hope
and joy ie real riches j one to fsarand
.sorrow, real poverty, ,
Itutii I ii a; mill lint lis.
Ainon.ir tho'aricient uations of the
East bathing was one of the most flour
ishing Institutions. Tho baths were
celebrated for their mafiUifiecnre, stul
formed parts of buildings of -vast ox
tent and gtaudiur, tinned gymnasia,
sufficiently large to accommodate Sev
ern! thousand persons, nnd besides the
baths, wcro used for the pursuit of fa
vorite games and exercises hy both old
nnd young, intended to give strength
and durability to the muscles, nlsothal
strong dctermitia'ion nnd vigor of
mind which was calculate 1 to make
them aoioinplMied warriors.
In thec baths wcro centered all that
was elaborate in workmanship, elegant
in design, and beautiful in ni t. Nothing
was thought too gran 1 or magnificent
for their decoration. Precious getns
and metals, and tho linot work of the
pa'nter and sculptor, were to be found
within their walls. The great hall of
the bath was generally ornamented
with tho statues of Hercules, the go I
of strength, llygen, tho goddess ot
health, nnd -Escutiipius, tbo god ol
But here wo draw a lino of dii-tine
tion between institutions of ancient nnJ
modern times In ancient times within
the bath was collected nil that con'rib
uted to the luxury and enjoyment of
the people, lu modern ti nes, depart
ments iluvotcd to amusements, etc., are
ditdinct from tbo I ill lu and flouri.-h
and increase, white the gymnasium Wec-ly uuitod in its object that ob
and bath, toof tho most Imp! taot j-'ct thr. object being the pcrpelua-
braiKl.es, havo in a measure fallen into
Tho benefit of thorough bathing
would not ouly be felt in our I'aiuilius.
but in business, in our legislative hall
and throughout society generally. -
t ne of tho greatest hygienic infl lenees
we can bring to bear upon tho public
health, mid tho alvanecmcnt of ourj"" " "Pavu ,lB "" l"u P'',D l"
physical condition, is cleanliness. Tow"0, ri,co fpn,n fa:,,
be'poor is no di-graeo ; to be un'-lean 1 Vi,uout l,w ,cKcn-
is a i-hamr. and a crime. If wo allow ! , rati" "'Minces 1- ranco will fo.low
the skin to become filthy, its proper ! sl';,i" and Italy into a powe. lefsnes3
action is interfered with.' thereby nf-l"'"1 wil1 bo nIiko ,,cr loc'.o0 from
fectit.g the whole system, and often ,,1,'ion;,1 j'ou-ly nnJ her degrnt.on
causing dangerous disca-e. from the worlds respect. Bound ns
Heal, h greatly depends upon these proplo arc by so many chains, it
free action of tho skin. Keep the skin , iH imposMblo for them to hold a re
clean and healthv. and we dire many I'llaMe footing in tho race of freer
gates tigninst disease. When tho wat
ery por tion of the prespiratie.n pvnp
orates, tbe solid matter is left br bind
on l bo sin f o. with the scales of
worn cuticle and tho excess of K,m.
ceous matter, and in order to havo n
healthy, aetivo (-kin, tlie-o impurities
requiro to bo removed hy the frequent
application of water. But in large
cities, whero so many thousands urc
collected in so small a compass, and
their business beiug of a sclent iry na
ture, almost deprives them from the
great benefit to ho derived from fresh
air und exerciso during busiuuss Iwurs,
and tho activity of nearly every organ
in tho body is more or less intcrl'eied
with, thus causing many thousand
cases of of dyspepsia, indication and
This inactivity undoubtedly oxtcnJs
to tho skin, to a groatcr duitrco thun
to any other organ, for tho simple rea
son of its being farlnor away from tho
centre of circulation. But wo may say,
"It is ouly thctkiu; what can that
havo lo do with tho health f Wo oc
casionally tnko a bath aud are about os
clean as the generality of people,"
This may bo true as far as external ap
pearances are conceruod ; but let us
ask tho question. In what condition
are tho pores of tho skin? They are
till by, cloggeJ up, and this undoubted
ly gives rise to many a case of hoadacho
and fever, und other symptoms of de
pression due to this clogging up and
retention of cflcto matter.
This condition of the skin is plainly
shown by placing such a person in u
i'urkish or Russian bath for tho first
tune, bueh a porson is ronlly sur
prUcd at tho begth of time required
to got op a freo perspiration. Aftor
it is once staiteil be is again very much
surprised to s?e what a dirty person
ho Is ; wherever he touches the skin
with tho hand, Ihe effeto matter witb
the old dead cuticlorolls up ia wondrous
quantities. After tho second or third
hath the porspiraliou will start in a few
minutes after entering tho bath, show
lug plainly the advantage these baths
bare over tho simple water bath.
They not only cleanse tho skin as to
external appearances, but thoroughly
open the pores, throwing oft tho effete
material it contains.
Tho direct advantages of tbo Turk
ish and Russian batba are eopioos per
spiration, and the thorough removal
of all foreign impurities,
To tbo ladios, many of whom load
sedentary life, the value of thorough
batbiog is beyoud description. Its
equalizing influences are onsarpasscd
One column one year
One-half column, one year,
Onr-fonrtb column, not year,
One square (10 lines) one innrrlion
Kerry additional insertion
Professional and Business cards of
not more than Ave lines, prr yrar.
Auditor, Executor, Administrator
and Assignee Notices
Editorial notices per line
All advrrtisrmrnfs for a shorter"
than one vear are payable at Ihe litis
thrv are nrdrred. and if not paid tbe per
son ordering them will be held responsible
for Ihe money.
and for beautifying the complexion it
is better than nil the cosmetics put
together. Tho bath clcnsoi ami beau
tifies tho t-kin. Let us bathe, ba clean
Drill) ot llic Latin II:icpn.
This triumph of Prussia over France
has even a broad' significance than
appears to the thinking observer, it
revolutionises tho leading In flounce of
Europe. It is the triumph oflhu Ten-
ton over the Latin, of I'rotestanUnl
over llotnatii.siii, of tho new civiliza
tion orcr tho oil. Tbo Latin tajes,
with thoir intriguing prcilhood, their
ignorant, poor, and sii ertieiotU peo
ple, monkeries and nunneries, and rel
ies an I shams, aro sinking to dei'iiy.
Italy, Franco and Spain aro nil iu
I rouble, whilo Portugal is hardly count
ed among tho nations, so insignificant
and powerle.-s has she become. All
ire butikiupt, und neither seetns to
hold within itself tho power of rccov
eiy. France Is n republic today, nom
inally; but those who know Franco
well, will lo surprised if she remain a
republic fur tl year. The w hole head
of Franco is sick, and the whole heart
is faint. Thu l.atiu blood, wherever
it flows, teems lo bo weak and corrupt
Thero are men of Ideas and pure lil'o
and uoblo aspiration in all these coun
tries; but what are they, what can
they do, against a church organiza
tion, hoary with experience and
l'"s 01 0WI1 rowcr- ,u wnaievcr
co.st, ngainst all tbe encroachments of
fredom and freo thought ? Spain
knows, Itnly knows, and poor Franco
will know within a twclvo month'.
! Noll'iog universal education-ill
tituted, controlled, and directed by
the State and a freo Bible, with freo
nations lor power nnd greatness. Tbe
Teuton blood with its affiliations, is tho
blood of tho foture. The Teutonic
i langunges ef the luturo ; nnd
tant civilization, under various forms
,"nJ rb"- through various
IIIVUllJ VI I'lOIXk- in w - 1 v v
the future. ocs any ono doubt it"
Let him point to a sitiglo Catholic na
tion that is making progress to-day,
and to abioglo Protcstaul nation that ie
How ti Schoolboy (cut Lost.
Tho Boston Tiai elrr tell this story:
Tho pet of a family residing not far
from La Grange street, is a boy who
lias recently pasted his fifth year, and
having just donned his first jacket and
trowsers is attending a primary
school. Tho other afternoon ho failed
to como homo at tho usial hour, much
to tho alarm of tbo household, and af
ter a. long search bo was found somo
lime ofier dark, at tho Providenoe do
pot. Ho was sent to bod without
much explanation, (bough it is possi
ble his treatment was what Solomon
would have recommended, in such aa
emergency. Tbe next day Do was at
tho breakfast table, evidently nono
the worse for the lesson, and perhaps
the wiser. Taking advantage of A
lull in the conversation customary
at the nmrniug meal, he turned his
grnvo countonanco toward tho head of
tbe table, and giving freo vent to his
overcharged mind, be exclalmod, "I'll
tell you, mamma, how it happened.
After school, I went part of tbe way
homo with Mary , and at a corn
er of the stroot, whero she left me, I
kissod her and she kisse 1 me, aod
then I found I was lost." There was
an explosion around tho table, just
about thnt time. It is suspected .hi
is not the first yonn,j gentlemen who
hai boon lost under similar circum
Printers beat tho Butob and every
body else but their wives. Vo bare
now lo ourofflco one who presets j the
uosp:!, ran a aide show to a sirens,
kept a singing school, ran a:ay with a
man's wife nnd two children, praticoa
inodioieo, been so agent for a conoert
troupe, and a clerk of a steamboat.
lie I now roformod ana eettloa aowa
to a logitluiato business that ol stink
ing yP- We'll mats maa ol bio
A Sao Fraoeis,eo hardware dealer,'
in advertising revolvers for sale, eo-'
nounce tbat he will also furnish "ob
Ijccti (or practice.' -