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ATTORNET AT LAW
HlBURO, BNYDED COUNTY, Pa
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J5 Wrapplag, BlaatlBf , Cur
f "U pat Paper Raga tva fiea
Jfnateri tna Tbiad Btraet aU Rata
la airtBBBBT Mrooa BD Ttatit.
8llySe1itr, the waa a young taaoher wba
And bar friend Cber'ef Cbureb, wat a
preMbtr wba prauabti
Though hit eatmiet tailed him a aeraaeber
Hit heart wbea ha taw her, kept linking,
And hit tye, Kitting hire, kept winking
aad wank t
While ebe, la ker tara, fell la thinking and
He battened ta woo bar, aad tweetly he
For bia leva grew until a mouatain It
And wbut ba wia longing to do llicn he
In aeeret he wanted la tpeak aad be tpnkt.
Ta teek wiik bit lipt what bia heart long
So hi minagtd lo let Ibt trulD leak, and It
Ha atked her lo riJa to the eburcb, and
Tbey to iwttlly did glide, that tbey bolb
taid Ibey glndr.
And ibey came lo ibe placa lo ba lied, and
Then homeward, be aaid. lei uidriee. and
An 1 at toon at ibey wiebed to arrive, tbey
For whatever be eoulJo'l contrive, ibe con
iruve. The kitt be wai dying lo t'i1, ibta he
Al tba ftet where ha wented to kneel, there
he knole s
And he eaid, " I feel belter Iban ever I
da Ibey to each oiber kept clinging an J
Wbile Time bie iwift current waa winging,
and wuna i
And tbit waa ibe thing ha wai bringing.
Tba man Sally wanted to caieb, and bad
That tbt wmted from ollirri lo match aud
Wai Ibe one ebe now liked lo icralcb, and
And Cbarlry'a warm love began freeiiug,
While be leok loleai!og and cruelly ton
Tbt girl be bad witbrd to be tquirting.
Wretch I" ba cried, when tba ihreatrntd
to leave bim, and left,
" llow could yuu deceive me, at you hart
And tbt aniwtrtd, " I promited to cleave,
and I've clrl'i."
AS) 1'KWEI.tO.IIE VISITOR.
Tbo burglar had boi-o very active
ml bill io tlioir operctiiins in our
t'ity. but at iho tborinomrtor bad
marked above, tho niucticg for several
da and I bud liitlo of value lo tuy
room, 1 prelcrred to risk that little
nod leave tuy wiudow opeo, although
of oaty acccat, rather than undergo
partial mitTocutioo. If ao uoiovitcd
Kueet made bia aipenraoce, and I did
oot awake, he would not disturb Die;
if I did awake I oould fcijta sleep
aud lei bim take whatever bo tnipbl
" Thitolait of viHitora I reasoned
with ray so If, " do not peoetilly com-
oiit personal violence, if tbey can ac
complish theft aad make good there
eaeape without it."
Tiieso were my reflections every
night at I undressed aod threw my
sell od my bed, lea vino my caitle opeo
to the enemy. I had beeo asleep one
.light about ao hour, wbea I was
awakened by tho fulling of a small
Cbioa ornament. Stirling slightly
and opening; my eyes, I taw the gia
burnioff, and a Ml, Iroad shoulderad
man with bia back turned toward ma,
bis fueo lookioR over bia shoulder to
sea whether the noise bad awakened
me. Our ejret met, ao that my plan
to feign sleep would have beeo useleaa.
My self posi-efsnion did not however,
foretake me. What followed illus
trates the value of pretoce of mind.
Opposite, the side of my bed, sad
about eight ieet from it was the door
of my room, two or three feet from
which were the stairs leading to the
lower ball. Tbo burglar must have
used a Isddor Io ssoendiog tba roof
from which he entered the window.
It wss tome thirty feet from the
groood, aad isolated. My plan was,
oot only to esespe barm myself, but
to effect bis capture. I knew tbe po
liceman's beat, aod be would pass io a
Sittiog bolt oprlght, then as I open
ed -my eyee aad saw the burglar look
ing very noplesssotly at me, I said,
rubbing roy eyes drowsily although,
to tell tba troth, I never wss mora wide
awake io my lilst "Hello, John
what are joo looking lor T Can't you
coma la mv room without making such
confounded noise f
Tba fellow, takeo somewhat abash
at beiog addressed io this way, said
to t low but menacing voice, and poiol
log revolver at me '
8bm apt what do job take ate
I . . , I
,4 If it
"1 took you tor John 1'' I replied,
with a well aaaumed noachalaot e. ' 1
" Hut I didn't supposo lie wis aftr
anything valuable in my room, except
one thiog, and ly the way, if you
aro oot tbe unluckics fellow io the
How's that t" growled my visi
' Well, I have a very good wstib j
hut if you want loget it, you must pay
a visit to the watchmaker's after you
leave here, for I had what I eonnidrred
the bud, but what now acorns the
good fortune, to break tbeapriug yes
terday, and left it for repairs."
' You're a precious cool oasl'' be
tuid, evidently actotiislioJ at my in
Wliit s the ue of my getting ex
cited or attcniiitinir to renil vou 7
You are armed and ynu tee 1 am oot.
And if you bud oo weapon, your
fighting weiubt mini bo at lea't thir
leeo alone, while mine ia OJt ruoro
ilmo nine and a half. I have no idea
of luterL'rio with vou. If the room
were 6lKJ w,ib d am unla I would not
lift my finr lu save them. Tuke all
you ein find ; I am going to sleep su
loo't muke any mare uoine."
"H.-ld tuir siid the follow;
" where's your keys?"
I euppofe you want to make a
much a haul a you can," I Hail ; in
look io my pant hanging over the bed.
piwt thi-rc, and you'll find my pocket
bonk, wilh n low slump in it."
It wum nearly tiiue for iho pilice-
nun to (mi-i and I paured to lislco. 1
iuupI in a few miuutca, put my plan
A glance quick as lightning showed
toe that the key of tho door wat ou
My linning expression did not es-
cuoe the shurp and pructieeJ eyu ol
my grim visitor. It was a curious
scene, no doubt. I aittiur in my boil
with my nii,bl cloibs, uuuruicd, and
Ibis ilulwiri rulllun, pistol in bund,
glaring bull' euspieiuusly, half fero-
oiouNly al mu uliuort io the crouch ID''
altiludo of u tiger about lo spring up
oa bis pray. But there I But. coolly
converging wilh him, the necessity of
iho mooieut kdepiug my wita too wide
uwtke lo ullow my fears to gel the
uppnr bead for an iuniuot.
" Wbut are you li"tening V naked
" I thought I beard a cry of fire "
Io that instant, aod ia tho dead slil-
ncts of the oight, I heard the tramp
ol the policeman. It was somo di-
You will find,1' I said, "tome
clothes of mine io the press ; they will
however, be toomnull for you. Good
night ; the keys sro iu tho middle
He turned to tbe drawer indicated
and, at he did so, with one tremendous
bound I cleared tbe space behind my
bod snd tbo door, slanted tbe door and
looked it tpno bim. Obvious of my
tlithubilti, I sprang to tbe steps. I
hud two flights to descend and tho door
to open before I eould reach tbe yard,
but it was hardly posnible for bim to
decend the luder more quickly. Bound
log rather tbao running down the
stairs, I flung back the bolt sod dashed
in tho yard. He waa balfwsy dowo
the ladder. Shouting Polieo P lust
ily, I leired tbe ladder at the bottom,
aud, using all my power, brought it
aod tbe burglar to tbe ground with a
crash. Tbe pistol be held in hia band
foil from bis grsp. I mads a dab
for it, aud he, springing to bis feat
like a eat, rushed at me, aod, as I
stooped, loixad mo by the nape of tbe
neck. I turned the pistol upwsrdsod
pulled the trigger. It meroly snip
ped there were do more charges in
it With a terrible Outb, the baffled
villain wrenched tbe weapon from my
gratp and raised it aloft to deal me
whut might have proved a fatul blow,
when thore waa a rush bebiud bim
snd be wss felled to tbo ground. The
policeman bad board my about, and
wsh just io time to raroue me.
-'The burglar wis soon secured, aod
iq my exeitemeot I wsi about to re
late tha atory I have here told, when
tbe policeman with a smile suggested
mat i niiL'iu Keicn eoia in tnerr
. ,!. . .. I
I theo remembered, for the first
lima ainea I lied enrnnu frnm hmti
. 'I -"II m,
that I was shoeless sod stockingles. a Keeitr Dip
sod had nothing on but my night abin f(Aur'auU
and I beaL a hattv ratraat. With a i
long drswq breath, l took my Doe
gold repeater, which bad snob a nsr
row ecsps, and was oot at tha wstcL
maker's after all, from under my pll,
low, jooked at ibo boor, toroed In, and
after little wbile fall aaleep,
K U Is almost weedlosa to ssy that tba
above story, aarrated afterwards to a
SNYDER CO. PA., NOVEMBER 2,1871.
jury, when I waa in a bvtler trim for
story telling than' I was when tbe p-
licomun interrupted mo, bad tlieeff-ci
ofgiringlho viaitor loilgliue in a
puuue mentation, and aecurel me
sgainat a repetition of his call for st
least ten years.
A iVewepHper Story.
Some follow s collector for a
newspaper and other periodicals
lately throw op his commiaaino, and
rent back tho unpaid accounts with
'notes,' which the spirit , happened to
lay hold on, sod thoy were present
ed ioa tangible shapo to tbe world.
Aa there are living pictures met with
here and elsewhere wo muko ex
tract. The collector tnys :
2 j (k h'litor .Sir .You fur
nished me as your collector, with a
lint of one hundred and aovooteen ow
ing subscribers. I hive called upon
onehundreJ and four of tbein. and
have tho honor of paying to your or
der twolvo tind one half cents, beiou
Iho amount lo whL'b you are eutiilo l.
I retu'n you tho list numbered from
one hundred to one huuJivd snd six
teen, snd now give Ibe roply to eaoh t
No. 1 Isa niinialer. Ho siys in'
tho first place, bo never got ono ball'
ol tho numb era, (a lie according; to
the posttutMUr) snd in the next place
your joker's co hi mo wn-i (oo scurril-
ous ifeei'let lie knows by the tone
of your editorial thnt yo'i driok. U
waoti nothing mote to do with you.
oevcr want to hear from you airuin
No. 2 Is in jail for del t He his
nut seen n half dollar for a year. Suya
he would pay with tho utmost cheer
fulness, if ho had the money. Had to
borrow a hirt to put on last Sunday
Aduiirce your paper wonderfully, and
hope you will continue ssnJing it to
him. He wishes you to lako a bol l
stand in favor of the abolition ol im
prisonment for debt, st bo thinks it
woulJ bo u vary pipuia.' move with a
genllemun in bis situation. Sends
his best respects.
No 3 I a doctor Siys your pa
per is brneatb tho notieo of a gentle
man. Says ho would oot give u
for a CJi't load. Says that you insert
ed an article reflecting upon the pro
lession Ouiy wishes be eould catch
you here would muko you smoll
. Is goiag to pursuade ovcry one
that takes yourpaper to stop it. Cuss
ed the bill, and suys you may got it
the best way you cso.
No. 4 Iau old maid. Says you
are alwuyj taking a fliog ut singlo la
dies of an uncertain a'c. Wouldn't
pay yuu if she was rolling io woultu
snd you hadn't enough to buy a crust
of bread. Sent all tbo papers she had
buck a month ago, and she say now
sho bus sent them snd don't owe you
aoything. Sho iys sho i even wilh
you and intends to keep so uutil tho
day of juJgmont.
No. 5 Is a gamblor. Suys bo was
completely cleaned outlast week st the
racos. Couldn't acoommaduto bis
grandmother with a half dime if she
was slsrviog. Like your piper tol
erably, would like it better if you pub
isbod more races, anl if yuu o-a.niou-ally
gave ao sccouut of u oock fight
Hopes you won't tb'nk it hard of bim
for not paying it now, but has a pros
pect of having some loos change as
he is a ft or a rich yoaog greenhorn
wbosrrived here last week. Will pay
your bill out of the pluckings.
No. 0 Is a magistrate Swum he
never owed you a oaot, and told me I
wss a low rascal for trying to swiudle
bim in such a bare-faced manner. Ad
vised mo to make tracks in a little
less tbao no time, or be would get out
warrant for me aa a oommoo cheat,
snd hsve me sent to prism. Is by
odd lbs meanest man I have seen yet.
Never will go near him again.
Tbe collector conclude with, "a a
oopt my resignation, sod strike me
from your liil of agents. I huvo beon
callo a swiodler, rasosl, villain, and
blood sucker. Those are somo of the
natoes thoy think proper to bestow
upon me. I tried fighting awhile, and
t brained sme of your patrons lik
blaxes, but oooasiooslly got licked like
Ti. Mover J w
Q H p rvl
Tha Lyocming loiuranoo Corepiny
caught " Hail Columbia" by the Chi
cago lira Tbo Board think they have
lost ot more than 1500,000 ao
amount that country printer art not
An Original Obituary Nolle.
The editor of the Colorado t If mil
bud occasion m leave town a few dty,
and he committed hi piper during
hia absence to tho chargo ol a young
mm, a novice, in journalism, whom he
bid just engsged as aeitant. Before
leaving he instructed the ambitious
youog editor nt to let any change go
unitnprorel to lorce (bo paper aad in
very (null subscription prico upon the
attention of the public.
"Alwiys keep before your min-l the
fuct thnt ih it the ohjitel of a paper it
to extend its circulation." be aaid
' Whenever you soe a chance to io
terl a p iffof tho U ntil in any no
ties you may inako, pilo in as thick
as you cao. Keep the people ttirreJ
up all the lln.e, yu understand, eo
that they will beliovo lb it our paprr
ia the g rou test shout iu the Uuited
Tha parting ttir was shod, sn I the
editor lea. Tho lollowina- niirht
when he was far away from borne, his
wile died vury suldouly. Upju the
assistant devolved tho uopleassut du
ty or announcing tho aid Intelligence
to tbo public lie did as follows :
"We ure compelled, this morning,
to performs duty which is peculiarly
pamlul to the able assistant editor who
bus been ougugod on this paper a an
enormous expeuce, iu acoordanco wilh
our determination to make the Umild
a (imt clue j tuioal. Last night, death
euJdeuly uuJ unexpectedly snatched
Iroui l.cr domestio hearth (tha b.'at
are a Ivcrtised uu lor tbo hji 1 of stoves
aud I'uruacos ou our rirsl page) Mrs.
Airulha liurnt, wile of Kufos 1.
Ilui in, iho gentium inly editor of the
ll.rU T erois. three dollars a year
invariably in advance. A kind moth
er, and so vxctup aiy wife. OIBua
ovoi Colemm't grocery, up two flight
of siuirs. Knock liar i. Wo shall
miss, the mother, we shall miss the
Job printing solicited. Funeral ut
half past four, I nun the house just
, across iho auect from toe llrrahl ol-
Geo. Uoue to be an angol oow. Ad
vertisoiuents inserted for tea cents a
Well, tba editor arriool at home
thai day at noon. Slowly tul sadly
he was observed I arm himself, with
a double-barrelled fowling piece, into
which he inserted two piunJs and a
hull of ballots. Ilo mirebel overt')
tho odj'.'o followed by an iiu ujuso
crowd. The its-iisl mt edittr wis busy
at the lime, painting 4 big black curd
lo be ticked ou hearso. It bore tho le
ueud : "Huv yo ir c ifTnis of dimms,
over tho Herald ofli ,o " ThJ ttssif
'ul alitor oast his eye
arj inl. an I
perceived hi chief. Cure wis sit
upon that wan cheek, a-xl thun lur
clothed his I row no leveled hi
his guo. Tho assistant did nut wait
With ono wild mi l a.vf.il yell, ho
jumped from tho see ml story win
dow, and struck out for iha got ten
shores of the l'.ieiflo It is beliuved
that that ho evoijLully swam over to
China. lint thoro is ou'y ono editor
now, au i tha clerk iu the ullloi has
standing order to blow ol tbo b.-uins
of any man who brings an obituary
notice to the papar. Amrita Srw
puper Iltpttrt' r.
Io oivilizod countries the manufie.
tui'ing of paper into various articles
of clothiug has only beeo ilia busiaiss
of a very brief perio l. but among
burburous people people it is an in
dustry that has been eulliva'ed for
years. Wilh us. tho employment
still remains iu its infancy, and
it bus tuken us many years
to inuuy years to master the iIiIIIjuI
ties attending its introduction. At
first, our in inuf.i'itururs eooQnod their
productions almost entirely lo cellar,
cuffs, frills, aud siiuiUr minor arti.
clet. IVju lice having boon in a
great measure overouae. or luren
lorsez'endol tlioir ure.i of pr ilii'
tioo lo many fabrics of uaiversal use,
but requiring greater atreoutb sol pll
bjlity than tlioso worn uhout tbe.
neck and or arms. The gar ments
nude by t hi process failed to answer
ibe roquiremon's of our day, ao I wore
uot reooived with general favor.
Al this juncture or aluri, It re
maios for an English inventor to so!v
the dilfleulty, and give as a ronlty
aerviceitbld pupor fabrio. It is a mix
Tlluro of various aniutil an l vegetable
substances, tbe firmer being wool
silk, und skins; the hitter, flax, jute,
liainm. ami a.itton. TIibm uetinlue are
all reduoed to a fine pulp, blesobed,
'd ln,Q fslted by moans of maohlne-
ry. The roiiture or these several
substances produces a fabric of won
derful flexibility, aud- strength. It
caa ba aewed together with a ma
chine m readily aa woven fabrie, aid
maara aa a"w n,, , ya, aMwev.
This paper ia of a very tervlceillr
nature, and it msdo into table cloths,
napkins, haodkerchlofs, plots, cur
tains, shirts, snd other articles of drra
The pettiooits nude from this feltewt
paper are of very elibonto design snd
wonderful brauty. They aro either
printed or siinipeJ. and bear so close
s resemblance to linen ur cotton goods
of like description as to almost defy
tbo scrutiny of tho ablest oxper's
Tiit atamped open work skirts display
it delicacy of pattern that It w mid be
almost impossible to Imitate by any
ordinary skill with tbe ucc.llo. Im
itation blankets, and ohintz for beds,
furniture, or curtains, are also made
very cheaply. Knb so table-cloths
and figured napkins ro.idool felt I pa.
per so closely resemble tho genuine
damask linen as lo be palm-1 off up in
tho unsuspecting at tho gen line ar
ticle. In Germany paper nipkios have
bceu used for several years. Their
cost is but a trifle, and they pay for
themsolvcs beforo they are required
to be cost aeido.
Fellod pspcr Is capable of Icing
made iuto l:ico frioge, an 1 trimming ;
od for thesi several purpos? it is
uneqiinled in point of thoapness sod
durability. Imitation leather is slso
mide from tho same material, which
is pi-riecuy iiupcrvioiia to wate. it is
toft and pliable, in J isa useful la'iriu
lor covering furniture, making into
shoes, for belts, and many other pur
poses. In China aul Japin paper clothing
has long beeo worn by I he iohabi.
taots. It is vory cheaply produced
there, a good paper coat costing only
tn cents, while the expoaso of an en
tire suit i hinilt 1 1 tirenty-fivo cents.
1'nit'd Stitet Esonoini't.
ole ol tli (.rout I'lro
The Chicago tiro destroyed the offi
ces of 80 daily, weekly and monthly
newspapers, fifteen mmthly iaa,'s
r.inei and Ave public libtaries.
Thore it nooo so bad that there is
not some good io them. Salt Like
'!ny bus sent fifty tbousuu l dollars to
Chicago, to aid the sufferer.
Tho Haogor (Miice) D mxuat culls
attention t tho fact that tho loss of
property in Chicago is one third more
that tho total valuation ol lbs whole
Stuto of Maiuo.
Tho LikeShoro & .Michigan South
em railroad Cmipiuy have won for
themselves an coviubl reputation
since tha Cbioai disaster. They
huvo passed free over their road thou
sands of the homeless, an i carried a
larg, uiooiKit of freight for the reliol
of tho sufferer. Such a reoirl w.ll
do tlioia uo hirni.
During tho fire ia Chicago tome o
tho dray in ;o chirgel oao hundred
dollars, aul somo us hi.'h a five hun
dred dollars for a lull' hours' work,
buker wanted a dollar r leaf for
bread. Tho grocors wanted five dol
lar a bushel for potatoet, and every
branch of trade ha I its hrurtless rob
bors and eharks preying upon th J ne
cessities of tha oike i and (he liunmy.
Something must bo done fir the re
lief of the Miohigau nn I Wisconsin
sufferers. Can not the Chicago relief
committee luko charge of subscrip
tioos for that purposo, and aro there
not many of the subscribers to the
Chicugo fund who will give tho same
amount for the Michigan aufferenf
Their conditiou is a frightful ono and
unless help comet soon hun Ira J will
perish. 2rre hunt Journal.
Oo Tuesday of last week l attempt
was male by a number of lumber
doalera to carry up thepricoot lumber
from three to lour dollar a thmund
feet, but it was resisted by in my of the
larger and respectable dea'ers aod the
attempted exertion was dofeaied.
There are fully 250,000 feet iu tho
yard of that oily, an i tbe supply wfll
eontioue abundont. Considering this,
it is outrageous, and wo rojoicj lo
know that the scheme failod.
Io looking ever the ruins of Chica
go, noar tbe Union dopit, the siogi
lar sight protents itseli of a two-Jtory
frame building onharm)d, ootevoo
giving forth the semblenee of being
soorohed. Twenty foot on the north
of it, a large briok block burood to the
ground, aod oo all other side tbo
flames, swept everyth ing btlore them
It seems from the pisition of tba
buildiog that escaped was impossible,
sad yet stands that two-story bouse,
ths only iubobited tenemeot wilbio
bsjf a mile Courier.
EUler Burg, In hi add ret oa
Tburedsy vning upoo tbe Chicago
fire, said that tbo alona in tbe flue
buildings of that aity soon burned in
to lissa, and that iron columns aod
fronta molted away by . tba terrible
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Oaaeolnmaaa year ' '' '
Une-bairrnlnam. eat year,
One-fnurik rolitaih. aae year, '
One eqaare (10 lines) ana Ineertiea
Every addilinwal iBaertion
rrofestional tod Batiuaaa eawda af
not Bioretkaa 6ve line, per year,
Auditor, Eieeutov, Aaailaletraiar
and Assignee Nolle 2,0').
Rdilorlsl Betleaa pee line K.
All advertleeaieiils far a ihaner perlml
ihaa one yesr are ftyabla al iha iles.e
I hey are ordered, aod if net paid Ih per
son ordering tbem will be held retpvasikla
for Iha mouev.
marked, stood tho fir tetter tbsn
either iron or alone, and drmonitntrd
that brirk wis the best aod tafvtt ma
terial for buildings. If some of the
intended fire proof buildings had been
of brick lontoad of Hone and iron, sad
squally ns well protected in other re
spects, it ia probably they would have
stood the terrible test to which they
wero suljectcd. InJiunapJis Hi n fi
nd. Tho Cir-pro' f vsult in ths Tr.'biiur
building was opeoel yesterday f.r tho
first tiiu ) since tho fire. Tho coiirt
cniiteuls, including a linen coat snd a
box of matches, wrre found iatact.
The work of eloaring the ruins snd
rebuilding proves an important means
of relief to mechanics and laborers,
who find plenty of employment at
good waos. The average wages for
luborcrs in the ruins are 81.75 per
day; for learns, 84 6D; for carpen
ters, $3.00 to $3.50; bricklayers, $11.00
lo $3 25.
The prico of bricks has risen from
$1 50 to $12 and $15, but tho supply
teems ilu'jJant, aod price will re
cede. Tho tiitement whi b has been
made that nil the prisoners in the jail
uudertho court house, including five
murderers, wero nllowed to escape
when the court bouso was burned.
proves incorrect. Al tho approach of
line names blty ol the worst chsractcrs
in the j iil were place! in charge ol tbe
police for removal to the Midison po
lieo station Puring the transfer
thirty-six of the prisoners cscnpd.
Five murderers sre still in custody.
The ucgrei;ate value of churches de
stroyed it $3,000,000.
Iho Tribune company Jto-day or
dered their architect to coiu'nooce the
rebuilding of their e lifieo. Tho frout
wall will ba takon down and rebuilt
with Milwaukee brick. Tbo Other
walls sol nearly all the floors are firm
The contributors from New York
fur tho relief of Chicago amouut lo
$2,000,000, .of which $1GO,000,
was in supplies aod the remainder in
sample irrk Wanted lu n
Jem. li. isa wag. A juko '.to Jem
is both foo 1 und raiment, aad when
ever there is ao opening for fun,
"be goes iuto" it.
Jem was recently in a drjg storo
wboo s youth apparently fro.-h from
the "mounting,'' entered tho store, anl
st once accosted Jem staling that ha
wus iu search of ft job.
'-What kind of a job V inquired th
"Gh.a'most anything I want ti
get a kin 1 of a genteel job ; I'm tiro I
o' fariuin' an' kin turn my hau l lo ut
"Will, wo want, n mm a goo I,
strong healthy man, n sample cljrk.-'
"Wb it's tho wag a V
"Wages aro go I j we pay $1,030 to
a man iu ill it situation."
"What's a feller got to do V
"Oh, merely to test medicines,
that's all. It requires st t man,
ono of goil co-iUituti on, and after ha
gets used to it, ha d 'S'i't mind it.
You see, wo are very particular about
the quality of our meJicinos, and be
fore we eell any, we testevoiy puroel.
You will bo roquired lo take say,
six or seven ouieo of cistor oil mm
luvs, with a few doses of rhubarb, sl
oes, crotir, oil, anjgimular prapara
tious. Some days you would out ha
required lo (est anything ; but ss a
u'eneral thing, yoi ean count upoo
ssy, from six to too dusos ol'"i thing
daily. As to the work, that does not
amount to rauoh :lu testiog depr:
meut, simply, would ba the principal
lnlxr required of you, sm), ns I s il l
before, it requiroa a per-oa of very
healthy organisation to co lure it, but
you look hearty an J I guessyou would
suit us. Tbat youag man (pointing
to a very piUfu"ol, sliui loAio
youth, wh3 bippeosd to bo prjeool,)
hi filled the post the past two weeks,
but he ishardly stout ooough to staod
It. We should like to have you take)
right hold if you aro retJy, aad if
you ssy so, wo'li bogia to day. Hem
is a new buret of eastor-oil juH oout
in ; I'll ff kod draw an ounce-"
Here rotdaot, who had beeo ga
ting intently upon the slim youth, in
terrupted bim with-
"Nc.no, no, I g-u-esa nit, not, to
day, any-how. I'll go dowo and see
roy aunt j and el I o'uludo to come,
I'll come op termorrar and lot jou
He boa not yet turned op,
Charity i tba child ot fallb, and -