The Somerset herald. (Somerset, Pa.) 1870-1936, June 26, 1872, Image 1
JUL i i 1 1 I i t 4 4 Terms of PuMii-ntioii. The Somerset Herald At l-l o -l.ni"i- iii nu-e i- I im'-ti lr 1 l r annum, il pat I in J '.i m- , :ll Iniait.il'ly i .-li.ir-je t. X,. -u'- ri;'.in w ill !' r ar m- - arc pai.l np. 1 . t,a it..-n -iil.-'l i'- .... , ,!,!. l-ttHC ' xj.r H-..I.I IV-I.-llieeioaii il.- name ol OK LIl'l. r.-.' ..tli.v. -Vl.ir.-M. .e will Ik- il Sul.-.Ti'- r" n-m ' t In r should v'1'1' II .1-t!."J '' ji.,,.ii:iiiii'l uiiiil nil ar- ,. l:,-!iTS IM-jU'-lillUI Li n,. i:.ko .-lit tl.. ir . ripti.n. mi t V : mic a at afta i 11 vy CI o oilier set era ic ESTABLISHED, 18 3 7. Somerset Printing Company. JoliX I. SiTI.I l!llilie.-S Miimlw VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1872. NO. 2. Tli" anecdotes if tin- great mar shal's eccentricities hi-t hahiu of wandcringabou! tbccatflp i'l li.-'ii: his whim of giving the igual for a -.,ault ly crowing like a cock, his a,-toni.-diihg endurum e of beat, and colli, his si.vagc disregard of iciv.ii;d com fort ami neatness, art beyond calcu lation ; lnt crhaps t most charac teristic of all in hi apM-:trance in ITtifi at the Austrian Court, then one of the most brilliant in Kuroj.e. 0:i licing shown to the room prepared f.r him, (a splendid apartment tilled with co-tlv mirror ami rirh furniture.) this modern Diogenes said si n:jIv : "Turn out sill that rubbish, ami shake me down a bundle of straw." AH Uf )'' Ilmlilil. I I Mr.ll. lli'1 w 1 ti! itt ( i i ", K 1 l M l'.L. if en:"'1"'.1" llnrthcan: un.i t.-.i.i.n. i.i- i'n,lr-''H' t I il l-.i'llii .tl S.lllHe--l .ll" .s.imirv. ii:li.-r at Hi.- "i l I'll''''- " '"' ,.1 Hif tiladc ll.xne. 1 . --'. 1 V l.'V 1 T ......... 11 LIH . .1 . 1 1 '.-- - I ll.l.l..'. I. .. .. : ; i I ,..,.. I.'lW. .iTUI'l .-n t 1-uyni.- .itl:u-i' ..r; .-;la; h. "71. l. MINT.. I'.i.. ii! ti-im m I M Itli. i-nlv Ml Mli'-rM IlAliDWAKE. i.i t tip Sllil.till-. ..Ulliltf tin: li ". iili.x- ii: i;. tl. . Tl I' I i;lt - II. I) I If' i;i;i IMUI.i; I Id tin- rilK' ' v, u.i.i:i: 1. 1- i 1-.. .:tl. i" 111 .lilil 1 " " - .r..i --i .ii.il --I uii.l i--tu--t ..I llie lt:il' inn. -'!. i; rim l--r ill.- K ;i' tl. kri- ,.-tiii ui.-n:l I" it hi- n-..ti-.- t..iv. ;il-. I John F. Blymyer ll:is r- ..mih-.i liip tnr.- a V XiiTH'K.- -miii1 1 tli.- u lliltili .-. It'.IU'-: . i. Til. - M.A.in.l. r II. .!.,! ..I I.! i' i ittu-i iii t In' K I '..ilrot Ii s.mi i.- I .r-t i Few Doors Above the Old Stand,: ii i tin-.'. i -1 imi:i. . rni. lit u:n. i.A. f .1. 1M. ATTitliXKYS AT ( Mil.'.' in ri'M'trlii-M il Hlllt. VI 1. ,.ni A ml i ..I r.-1.. Lis t ut.'inrr- tin.l lit iuls a iiiltlinc . ill tllv VITV li.Hil liliivl--, ' lliii-dwaro of Kvcry Dfsoription, . . ii l vi ixi ii w. tiui:xi:y at ,..f.l .l...i!. r in r.-al i-stjili-. S..lii. rx l. I'll.. ill -.1 . til -:m- ltll Hi. K-lv. . -ix. 1 ti nil t.u-lln-f- t-niru-: iii.;ii. un.i luli-lity. I H. 1 ltwi;. atti:m-.i m i . iv s ,-r-. i. i'a.. ill I'l l' ti' - 1 ?.ii :lll l a.!' "I'll'-i Illltl. -..-. 1..II.. JUL'. V- lv. i:x. (111 I VII .r.'iii;'t ly lit : l-ti-in.-t-.' i.i I". A.I AS hi; lirrr In' . -in :ll! kill.!- "I ir;i.-:ii.a. .V-. III.' l-t lll:lt i ii. :!. CUI.l.lNS. liKX'llST. S..m.r--.l. ,. in tin- In.li! rl -I iinl. iij. Ktiiiif. lit .ill linn-! l.'ini'l ir.'i:iiv't l.i.l" .-ii. Ii a.- tillniL'. r.'-.-iiinliiii. --iii!i-i.il I.-.-Mii't nil kin. If. n in I "I u.il. iii-. it.-l. AM rati""- -ir iiiii.- 7. '7-1. .!A7 CLASS, .1 i.ll 11. ( 111.. AiTUKXIiY ATHW.SllAl. r-.-. l'.l.. ili r.-ini't lv int. n I 1.' all lm.-lli.--w irn-i'- l t" Imu. fl.ni.-v a'n.iii -.- i .. (III. -.- in I.i-i' -i i' ii'-"-"i M:.i s r.''-'- !.in. 1. T". Woolki lV:iro f All ltinl. (AI- OIL LA MI'S. CO ALOII. MX il. ATlttrNKV ATI. AW. I v. ill iitt.-n-l I" all I'ti'iiii".- u .1 i . In-.- ir.- in S..n:.T-'-t -in-l a.l .'iiiin-' .-"iiii .nh r. n-;.:ii"-- aii-1 li'l. lit. I il ..-i- in '..iirt Ii !-. '7'i lv. il i.N i:y k srii ;11 l.U'llV i i;'i.-- i:i tin I.I. ATTtiUX IiY ATl.VW. an t I '.-lt-i.ll Au'-nl. ilii l.. l. ; . nil II. .i.-i'. .i:i. 1! tl. l; : i;M r lin i I" I,.:, r-ijli'-.l rr'..i!l"''lv in !. .i-m- tlir .lll' Ii..- l.-.i-.-.l li.l- w 11 Vli.'Wii h-.t.-l in tin .1 S .hi. r.-'l. 1: i- I'i- iii!i'litl"ll I- ki'.-. . in. Ii Ii- li-. nillL'i.v ? jli-l:l- Ii--" I' .i i l.i"l linn itli lii' il' -H- (IIIMNKVS, Ai-l .-v. t-yllilii- M-I.iiiii tn Ihi' I.iuip traili'. Wlll Tl: l.KAIt. i.i.xsri.iMiii-, Y A I; MS ill S, Ml' VRIXDMIMM I. nv bali.ii: a. iim w. She t.-lli mo vhe xear li.-tnilii.4nc iiiiit. lii rey.i. like jewel." Lri'lit, Tlio mhij lin ks um her lnw A jetty ar Hie niiflit: Ami ir lier ili-li-J nhunlili-iv f. II . A fliiiwer of raven curl: H.-r llis were of tlic eoriil lmo, Her t'lh twin r.w of carli". Tliv rtn4-i! un lirr j.iutlilul i-lie.-Lf. Kike tli. .50 tliat I'tu-li in Juiip, WImh fky aiwl oarth. an I era. nn I air. To Nkuit all n I Hi no: ll-r I. .rut a m-uli.t.-'. ui.l. l r.ir", Mi.rt ui.iri.iu.4 than htr l:ut', WliilooVn lii-r hliu'lit.-i't jf.-tun- Tlic vcrj- foul of KTatV. H.-r v.rfi-c in totio a ntty lr-.ir A. fcnir l.lrJ'j liiiuid note, Wlwn av-of rl. lii'i't nu'lmly I n fumiiirr t'iliyn" Boat. 1 know 'II.-1 true: fur I liavc lii-ur l. At tiiiiCtliat Iic w wcl. The oouutry rouii'l knen- noni- m lair, Ir so my (traniljia sai'l. Hut now -tie'? wltli.-re.l. Ihih ami oi l: Her vniif Is craeke.1 an. I .-lirill; U.-r trt inMina lian ln aluin.-t n-tn The man latcf of her wlil; Jl.-r lirow Is waiutil l.y lurrown leei. lli-r eyes are .llumn-d an. I l lear, An.t often on their silvery filnirc There hans a crystal tear. For she lia seen, like Autumn leaves. Her (trail amunil her fall. Ami full. .will to the rhun-h yar.l near Kull many a io.uilK-r pall: Au.1 Imek srtn to earth she has Her .lcarest treasures (riven Hut. looking uii, she suiih-ii ami s:i 1 11 see I lulu all iu hcuteu !" And as 1 Im-ihI aUvc her hca.l AnJ Ftri.kc her aiutry hair. ( r stonii to kiss her lr.w an. 1 1 he. k So Keaincl with linen ol i.ire. 1 f.-cl that In my very soul 1 worship at her shrine. Ami pay. torhihl of lintul l irtli. H..m:ie alm.1 Uim-! kimlni'ss from me, or lie lotln'rrJ by "Dili you t-onuv hero to load his un-. anv wiiv. I shoulil not pivo hiiit cause, ilicnJ"' imiuircil May, iu tu- it:it THE VI K-PKE.HinEX V. man v bundle! to rnrrv so thoiiirh." i " Why, irramlma, what have you frot in them all"'" t "No mutter, you caucy jrirl. Mr. fmlov in i-.ti i-ttliiKt in ttil.'f iliutrj .'HIU'fA lilt 'HI llllli Vliuii. of uch a wild thing;!'" " I consider myself but fortunate to have tho cliaiHi'." " I5ut the ears are about to start. 'just and humane, to all who wwuld dignify labor, to all who would edu : cate, elevate and lijfhteii the burdens i of the sons and dauirhters of toil. i ( ... .. ..... ... lantlr. 1 ' rate, elevate and lighten the burden , " He looked at her a moment, and ! The follow!.,-i theeorres.H.n.I.nee i-Hhe son and dauKhter of toil. I .!'i '.: 1 . ..!...:.. (I ...I.I. . ..... rn. . ..... i, "r... r, Willi iu (rrcul ree.inl tl... -..el- Jll ', '"""r, BIHI anil llimiiuaill.-, .men imiiruiii. i i hi ween i iiniiniri .eii le. i refill cut. (ii ....- .., .... " " ..... i , . ...... . . . . - . . .. .. . ... Y T u-onlil ninel. nitber .,1 1 . x-. .: ,. . ...: ... U M. .1 i.n.L r tbe ,rr..l xi:... 1 irozen i,y me eiilll oiasi ami inieken- soon as) the roll are called ami the re- " ... . - - , iiui'aiii.iKii in- muiioi, voinemiuii, : -- c- - . 1111lwu ..r liver. ..f ,. !.-.......... ...,.l I......I e. inv own which he must have done imt 10 ,. ,.nrv -ikiii: whose tnstone renown, ami whose ' "n ' , J . ' . i- ..-"- ( "l sneeessfullv. for .Mr. Cook. enteriiiLr , . . sueeessful administrat on for the last W """"" M '"tw" """" -w 1 'r, me ine oi u.e comiiame, w v i-ii il l uiii rwit 1 1 ti n w - nralry'a Uut-Dr frrnrhlna;. A en v airy rainji iminediatcly after reveille, says.Cen. ( 'aster in his "Life on the l'lains," alwar jiresent a;i animated and iiiteretin? eene. A Washixotox, June 10. Hon. Hknuy- Wilson: In 1872 IICC.lC.I. "' " 1 1 l.v- ; u iui-. I three the in a inct way, ar.-ut half an hour af- . .. .i ...:.i.". i.... A ierani, niui.n. - niiii.r iu..ie ( hick- . .,. ,,. lv than she had ."'He in, and meetiii''i : ... .1 1. 1 1:.,.. ....:. ..." i . 1 1 eoididentl v. in the lan-fuaw of tin1 , . , , uiiifii.il 11'ipii iii( u ii v (mi . cut i ui, iiciu ' ,t hcr hu.lmnd, sauft j at VUVmM ' ,lia tll(. .-,,, fitll ( ouvent.on you represent, start on a I just interruinod a verv interest- . . .; i t a-:.... new march to vietorv. with rear la-irot such publie eonfi-1 s',,rni all,l ,ro,it neviT fiieeK ou in ar- the excejition ol the cook, are em- 1,..i.i.I.1i..ii. ...i etc ,... : nor : never wuiii lie lorei or im' iinncuni ine care i me imr.-c.-. nn- . . . ... ... I ' . l V . . u , , - - .... i.:., :......,... ... .........i. i I lll alHlllllllciit cv .ii.-ai ii. pressed on with the resolution and we had lcttor pet on at once." i, me idling laii ii;nie ner ll leiius l ll l: lllieri l( i-'tni'ril ..im iiiki , , . c .1 . l l l .1 ,, i . . i .i ; , , . 4 Presidents or that bod v. have the pootl-bve and triiiiH-d alonif bv the .Madox: " 5 : 1 : r ...... : . ...... .: I c i ill i i. 1, . ii. .iiwi ij nil. tl ill , (r.i t'l .v.. ii (ilium sun' i otir nero, w no iiamieo ner in, intieeu: m nsi is ine mailer : ' ... .i . ... .i - i i, .i . .i i inou selection a the iinii n ein ii.im iiin uiiLrraeKiiiK ( uiiiil, u i' , i it' uutUrT is inev are I'll- .i ... . r .1 ... , i . '; . , . j . . 1 the Kepublicun part v for the liositiou to take the seat the old ladv liad oe- leaped, if I can jtHn? from the a lice-1 . . , 1 . - . .. , i .i r..i ' i ? . . 1 1 .i . ... i vice-President of the tinted copied, ei)jovinr the little episode ex-; tionate tab eaux thev presented." ' ... . . 1 v i .i i i r v. i Mate. The enthusiasm ami unan- ccedin!rly. I "I am Had of ik, for Madox l a . , . ., , , , . . . ... t - unit v which prevailed amonp so many 1 he voiinjr ladv was lntcllifrent a verv line vouno- man." ! i r- 1 r . i .. ..ii ?.. .. :..i ..i ...i ,.:?i. 1 1.: J i.-i..:"i. i:. . leadni!? men, from every Mate and 1, 111 'l II I m llldUl U II III! ilill" j ilUlll lll MIL Jll." VI 1 7H J j tt I 1 1 I" ry a if she hud known him foryear, ; nient inoat keenly fur a while, but he After a while he though he would acknowledged thatit.wa a just pun po and M'e how his friend was feel-; ishment for hi chifrlishnes. inir, so '.ciisin.!f himself, he left the . Moral. Voini."; men should alwavs i .... i...i..r.il i:..... iii'.ir e ii i i prcuv ai:iv ami reuirneu 10 me lor-; immiic 10 oiu laiue.-, ior oiu latne uii in , iikii ii it iiiicii in pretty pranddaujrhtcr. He latter are fed; ami while fntnir are f a thoroughly groomed bv the nien under I'tesar overdanrerou roads, throiiirh the up'rinteiidenee of their officers, inclement weather, and often rose Nearly an hou is devoted to this im hoarse with cold and worn with trav- iiortant duty. In the meanwhile the el, to siM-ak to the anxious throii"; company cixik. ten to each company. an1 l....t..d ii .,ti.r iwn..u ,.,.iin., ... ,..i 1 late that as he siMike hi physical cn-rajred preparm-' breakfa-t, so that c.M.iicratinp with poiitieaf orfraniza-! Paiu ww,,,1 l""!I"'r, his rigor re- within a few minute after the lior-.-s tion with whose leadinir doctrine I tur"' 0,1,1 a "-nial ardor restore hi have received proper attention break- Havinjr aeei-pted, Si year ajro, I the distinifiiishin"; doctrine of the . . Iri.iiiiliKi.uii litirtv nf li.-.tfiv ln.vliiii Candidate 01 : , . . . ,. - u-lm n united bis eiimiiur. v..f !. n. un.i the utTlei-r' servant are bllilv wa.- ma shks. A I.I.AM V RK t ISIIIII. Juil.N lill.I. v. r i:i;s. a 1 t. l'a.. v ill ui .1;! 111-:. .1 t'i I' .iiiiii- .-. ' ' ti lielu-i- i.i 1-M. S. l.il.XI.Y nil. AT LAW. ,-it at:.-litl'i !. iii S .iu.t.-'-i an-l ,. -:r :. .'!-.- iy.ii!- I VU. A. 1) tn- .i (J. Mil. I.Ki:. al'ler twelve .1. I:i Mi.iiik--i ille. Iia--I at N..i. -I --I I-.: 1 1"' l-ia.' a-ii l u-ii-t. r- I.i- pr..!. - i"i. il --er i.-.-i:- ol S"im r.-i-l nii-1 vi'-ioity. 1 li..i I .r:il-; l i.. lipi-l I ( '. A. 1,1. e m u-i..i;,.-i:l:.-1 a: all ! mi.--. .V.i i-i, I. .r .l.'Ji: : ::n- in-l e ' I. li'I'i:!;. I'h.-i im-nl li.n il. li-riiii. l';t. V i'i ii.' 1 .r..i...: :iii.-n'.ili I-, all e.i-v-- . !!.. I.i- .-.ir.-. u:it..' .-ii" il'.r w-: .-I ine I ll.'H-.-.' -.iiii- : -ellpii-.l ln-r.-i..i..re ! r. 1 . m U--.-1-. 11 I'lisn.KTiiM A 1 1' I-:. ati'ii:xi;y :;i l.m. S-.iii. i- t r.i. I'r.'t.--i"ii"l l'ii-i -i-.-!:ully -.Ii. iti-.t :i!i'l 1 Uli-'tilaily all.-u.l- 1'Al.X IS JMill. AXI HKY. AMI PAINTKKS' GOODS IN GENERAL A 1.11-e s!. k ol '!':ill' Kni null I'orks. I'tn'K I I I.M l-.s. what are oil iro- that old .1 la.lv SIIKM.'S hi a iSI V. ai io;:x!:y AT . S.-!i!' l-'t. ' jirKi:i;x;ii.i.. lyons a- c. 1 m 1 i ii iM i.'s .-v !ii:.i.i.i;s ix LOOKING GLASSES, I I'i- rl." in mil. .inn-- a ;-ei:i i!y. i.r. rrrrsiit m; VoMLllSKT !'LAN1.N(;-M1LL- COOD & JONES, .V .. tlll'll!'.: "I I nil in nil k".n . iinj lii.teli 1! I ' lulHIt- .' i.n:!..i. w ! t iu.i:-i;iiA!i!iixc. v vii AM' lH ii;. v. ixi't'W ,x iai.ii: it: mi:s. KM ! 1AX Ml' I I Hi: M 'KI !. 1 .r.t.h 11 I. ! - I-. .-I in ! i.r l r. 1 H i. i - .1 ii!-. -J. ( !' Hi ." .'.I IN hN. j a .!!:. n ;ii. ami s issj;s. 1itli-r m it li mam :iri i. h .- ti- ntuiH'r.'iir' to inn titi in nu (tv.-rti!itiHt. IK ii lt(vniiiii-l l m II mi tin- vT lf4-M j -. 4jv litiu trail, HUH- l"-7-. LIFE INSURANCE For Business Men. "The-Kosr'rvv Fund Toliey." lssrui) i: Tin: BERKSHIRE LIFE INSURANCE CO., i.ciil;l in: Al l.li iv.i. Sccnr"i Swcial Protection t,i Every Policy Holder, .m. "I sav, Madux inv lo do now " " I am iroinv to help .011 the cars." "Well, if you don't U-at all for sjioonev men, Cm mistaken. Ioyou take 'harire of all the old women, stray babies, ami unprotected females, that yon meet in travclinir?" "VeS. if I See the V Heed help ; SO if you have no reasonable objection. to offer, 1 w ill leaveyou for a few nn inent ami a. i;-t that old lady, as 1 proposed." So say in;, vounir Madox !-pranjr from the train, which was jn.-t upon the point of startinjr, and went to render as-i-tanec to the jtcrson iu ipiotion. , She was loaded down with bair iraire eariM-t batr, band box. and par tner. I " Who i that handsome girl ?" the fir.-t iniuiry. I "She is the old lady's jr.'anddaujrh icr," replied Harry, complacently. " Introduce me, will you!"' " Intleed, I shall not do auvthintf of the kind." "Why not ?" " IJecausi! I do not feel jirivileged to take any such liberty. I havejut been introduced myself." " She is the handsomest iriii I have seen this long time, and if you do not introduce me I will manage in some way to make her tieipiaintanee, you see if 1 don't." "I hojM- for-your own sake you will do nothing rude." "Ibm't be concerned about that, I beg of von. Hut I do think, Madox, thai you might lie good uatured enough to introduce aiaxild ehiini like me. She is deuced pretty, too. Why, her eyes Hash like stars !" " Yes, and she's as she is prcttv brighter, or more intelligent girl. 1, The Eyr. There Is no optical instrument mak er who docs not succeed in construct ing an apparatus much more ltcrfcct in many points than the eye that marvellous organ which we are in clined to regard as the masterpiece of vital and organic architecture, 011 ac count of the great service it renders to man. 1 This sense of sight, which is so far I Territory, point unmistakably to the , triumphant election of our ticket. As there is no one more worthy of the position, or wlio.-c election would give more universul sati.-faction, we la-g your acceptance of the nomina tion. Your obedient servants, Thomas Skttlk, President Republican Convention, Ami the Vice-Presidents. Wasiiixutox. June 14th, Dili. T lir Hun. Tlitimu S'tll'' and oA cv, J'fi itiili'iif mill l'irr-1'rfttitlrnt it tin' Xaiiimal llfiiiilil'uUH Cuii- fecble frame to unprecedented fast i reailv. ami being very simple .. . I ... ..!. - X" I lM'liefhaving lalK.rcd inceantly for "iP "' I'n aehea .1 reipnre out ntue ume to oi,po,e 01 r . . ..-I,:!.. i. ........ ij ...i ,t... .... : 1 i:...i.. r. ... ...l-r...i tl... mil. in,.- ik iw i 11111.- un.i iu. uii- 11. j ntiii t iiii! iei a: h i nuaiii.i. . tumuul frost passed unnoticed over fir.-t bugle call indicative of the march 1 the (Jeneral," ami 1 the signal for the tent to le taken down and everything thing packed in readiness for moving. A few minute later thi -is followed by the bugler at head- nco, that was almost unknexn ipiarters sounding "i;oots and ai- to hitchcld or hi followers: his dies,' when horses arc saddled up and ! calm and thoughtful rhetoric produced the wagon train put in readiness for ! results that might seem appropriate "pulling out." Five minute later only to the most impaioned elo-' "To horse" is sounded, anil the men quence. oi,s and cries broke from ot each company lead their hor-e in to line, each trooper standing at the head of hi hor-c. At the word from the coin- sonictimes had neither Minpathy nor;1 Ih'IuT having lalaircd incessantly for many years to found ami build up the Iri.tinlilieiii. luirtv nml lini-inir ilnr. ing it existence taken an humble ' b," "eiitive iopIe ; more than once part in its grand work, I gratefully j ra'n 'n;-J n' thel.ghtuing;s aceopt the nomiiration thus tendered, 1 1,Ia.v,,'1 w,'l,.e, he dei'ril-d the tn aml shall endeavor, if it shall le rati-1 """l'1' of 'th; 0v"r '".""' T' n.wl l.v tl, ..(.....to fi.iii.Fi.iiv t.. ,u.r! audiences Wesley exerted a singular form the ilutiVs it iiaiMsi's. KesiKTt- 11 - ' fully votirs Henry Wilsox. ;rrnutia Ntawlraits Darla. The house which the (icrman stu dent or llei.lelgerii use for their duel ! the sternest breast ; strong men fell -f iilum, fiflil ul ritiluih-ljinu on says a corresjiondent, is situated a; down in convulsion of mi.-crv and Uif 5i ami :,lh f Un' inifut ' short distance out of town, and despair. The room in which he mi in th. (iKxti.k.mkx: Y'otir note of. the; Hlth inst., conveying to me the action of the ('(invention iu placing inv ! when a duel is going on, sentinel ; preacl.etl was often filled with loud are placed communicating from the j .mt-i-rics and wild exclamations ; wo housc to the town ; but this is entire-; . ft.l J,,.,, trance and groveled in ly unnecessary, for, although the the dust ; and these "stricken cases." , reaching that it gives us the power to name in dilation for the oilicc of j ,lu,ls an' fr'"t the law, vet they;U!i thev were termed, formed, so licneirate iniinne spaiv ami aiiiin- ice-President of the I nititl States a " '"h' 11 ul " auinormes; in , marked a trait of the new movement' i iieini me iinnei-e, ai me same time is lictore mi iiium- us luniiiiar huh me iiiinuiesi ttie a.-stiranc object; this sense wjiich is the free- atioii of the est and mo.-t uiieimiinscnbeil in it- on me by this actions for our nso of touch is limited by the lcnith of nnr arms, hearing to a few thousand feet, the i senses of smell anil taste having still i .' fullv asairrccablc J-rr,'al, r iinmaiions inis sense, i say, I never met n ' acts through un agent apparently so iniM'rietiv adapted to its purpose, "prepare to mount. manding officer, each trooper places his left foot in the irrup; and at the word "Mount," every man rise in his stirrup and places himself in his saddle, the whole command prc-ent- ing the apiiearance to the eve of a 1 Heed not give you ', fl"'t. ,n' inhabitants are rather proud! as to excite the reprobation of the I huge machine propelled by ..ne pow- e of my grateful apprcci-1 of tm'"1 than otherwise, and would Im J eold high honor conferred ni-' v, r.v sorr.v if tl'''.T w,'n' P"t a stop to. j phi), and censorious and startle the ... . ... . up. !.' ". ". i i". liniiosopnicai. lint uesiev saw in action of the fifth Xa. ! he Mudent wlio took me to see the thes-singularoccurrences the natural tional Convention of the P.cpulilican ,UwU a",, " Parted at aln.ut : struggle for a new life, and he at least. Sixteen vears ago, in the ! "an I,al IU 1,1 ' niiinjf, and wa not appalled when hi vast audi- nilghtv tart v same citv, w as held the first meeting 1 Walh,'a alm,lt "llt-vn minute. U e ; ence wa shaken a if with a of the men who, amid the darkness j arrived at the hoii.-e and, after intro-, wind, when wild sobs and doubt of that hour of lave-1 'h,''"r Uy aI1 'rp. we sat ! agonv passi d over the holding ascendency and aggrassion, er. V im' iM'tide the tinfortunat'" who through carele-snes or inattention fails to place himself iu the puddle simultaneou.-Iy with the re.-t of his companion-;. If he is not for the of fence again.-t military rule deprived and .-houts of of the service of hi hor.-e during tiie tartlcd throng : suececiling half day's march, he e- Soiv that I do not feel Well enough iieipiainted to introduce a friend. Wood bye Sain; then; is some thing really magnectie about the young girl. I feel drawn toward her iu a way that is uitc ineoinprehensi- liti. oi I wit! led von (roiiil live find go 'back to eiijov'her society 'once i w,,rItl' an1 proves the necessity of edition-," and with a provoking smile ! ";'"' t'"- to quick ami pre- Han v left his eoiniuiuion who could i "M ix rceptions in oru.-r to correct its had assembled in National Conven tion to confer with each other on the exigencies to which that fearful dom ination had brought their country. hi iiitv ..ni.iv th.. iirivil..iri. of loiiL-i.i.r ut the little ladv. i w,,M'n -Nture has designedly left im- He w atched the two in cpuite a di- IMr''t consolate maimer, f..r, to tell the truth, . 1 ,.vt' ,,as t1"' def,,,'t of w ,,at ' I... Im,) f:illeiiil..ii..pt..U- i.. I,..-.. w ill, physics i called the "aberration of inai that investigations stand amazed at the idea how by it we receive any in: tclligible impression. That we do is an evidence of the indeiM'mlenee of Aft.-r a full conferanee, tin the mind, and its pdwer to make use- point of resolve they could reach ful these necessary and imperfect the most they dared to recommend means of contact with the outer was the avowed purpose to prohibit the existence of Slavery ill the Terri tories. Last week the same party met by its Representatives from 37 States ami 10 Territories at the same great centre of wealth, intelligence, and power, to review the past,-take note of the pre.-cut, and indicate its line of action for the future. As ty c ical facts, headland of the nation's .l...a . l.v .a I..I.I.. .i...I ....I a . a m a a a uo.. .. ,noic unit miaeu unu and tliev tell groveling on the earth capes iiickiiv. .is soon as the C"iii- dratik lM-er, and waited for the duel to ; for he U lieved the Spirit of God w as mand is mounted, the "Advance" i- (. iiiiii. in.. ! moving them to repentance. The duels are arranged so that any icriod of stnmg religious lliere are unci on three day of the ........when Savonarola. lu st '' whether a provocation i given and Hernard lira ved have similar or not. 1 he way or it is tin: 1 he i traits of deep emotion U en unobscrv- ' director of the duel takes the names ,.,1 En,- l.mrrvn,- ... j ... Nor in excite- preaehed A mrrmlittr-m Mankal fcavoroir. fault and iM-rfect the great work e.. iiiiiiiiii.-riil.ti. He took the l wo lir.-l u-ulilieii nut- Ma v. and envied Harrv every beam-i !'r",'n,'1,.v thal the rays ting her safelv on the cars, came near , ingglance ami smile that she ln-stow- j l'J1?irf through th- centre of the lens I history, there sat upon its platform,.; Ix-ing left hini-clf, so awkward did he i ed upon him. 1 1'av,, a -'"""n f'H-u but ray which 1 taking prominent and honorable part find it to manage so many iiieiim-i She w as going to visit in the very i l,aiS a wrtam distance from the cen- j iu its proceedings, admitted on terms branccs. town where the voting men Iiv-i, i tro " ,,ot eonvert ut tlu name oiiit ! if porfi-t t -imlity to thf Ii tnliii!r h,.- j After he had got the old Ia.lv com-; that our hero had the pleasure of her j lmt l'as '"'.V"1"1- Tlu nearer they tels of the city, not only the colored foitablv seated, with her numerous society for several hours, during which co1",'' u rcuHifereiiiv, the peat- representatives of the race which' packages all alniut her, one counted time their aeiiiaintanc.! ripeni-d very ; 'r tlw" u,'a ,';-ta"''. r the lens is rig- j were ten years licforc in abject slavery them several times to Im-sure that rapidly, and w hen they l.arted .May ; 'I'"11- i" goou opucai out one oi the oldest and most rom- uothing was missing. " M v rubbers are in this oiu oi u;c meiuiNT Ol im corps in regil-i lar order, and pairs them off. and; they are eoniK'IIed to fight, although they may In-' the very best friends in ' Tu.u st"r,,s t,M of -Marshal Suvor- t he world, or perhaps even relations. ,"" wuer tuan whole pages So you see that when a fellow gm-s into one of these corps he is coiii-I-led to fight, although he may be a very jM-accable fellow ; for, as I said In-fore, they don't wait for a provoca tion, but fight any way. The sword that they fight with are made of a sounded, and the troops, usually in "column of four." move out. The company leading the advance one day march in the n-ar the follow ing day. This successive changing gives each company an .opportunity t march by regulai. turn in advance. Our average daily march, w hen not in immediate pursuit of the enemy, was a!out twenty-five miles. I'pon . r . .. ., i , (. mug ..urn. 1:1 ine .-vcniiiir II'" oi ucrcripiiou, me VVOIHleri 11 WIIV III t , ... i r .1 .1-1,1. i 1 . ,' horses Were cared for as in the morn- w Inch he contrived to adapt himself :. . .- i A , . ., , .. , ,' , , , , i"?. o piMrtiinit!e Ix-ing given them to the rude spirits with w hom he had , . ' . i e ... .1..1- i; i . . , , . , . , . . , ,. . to graze hetore dark. Pickets were to deal without losmg one j..t of his ; j aI, tv,.rv 1(rp,aution ail),(l,.d authonty. hat NaHeon was to;,, iruart a!ruin al 1 the t reneh army, Suvomff was to , 1 that of Kussia ; now jesting with a 1'aaif. Vln- Id it might rheumatism said, ' because 1 tholii rain, and I always have when I wet my feet." ' My best cap is in that," lifting it very carefully, " for 1 c.cct to stay u day or two, perhaps, and our folks see lots of company. My knittin' is iu that one there, for I though 1 might ; orousiv spherical. In a . . i. . . . . . : iii.iniiiii.iif tln .1. ... ............ I .. ...... gave imu a cordial invitation to visit ' " 1 jol lier, which ho accepted with evident ; 'lt i1. the ray ln-ing centralized by delight and verv soon took advan-1 "att,'l."" t,u" U'"s- T"1 ,-.V4 "' n,,t t age of. " spherical, but has an elliptical curve. The vouii.- ladv was visitin..- ber ! 'rli f"r some time thought to be aunt, a Mrs. Cook, w ho knew Harrv incut of the once despised abolition ists, to whom was accorded a to no other the warmest demonstrations oft ...... . tl... r e.i 1 ....... .... ....... Part that can He Int. Tor the imocr rrr,.MaaA.tll4IMI tail la ' I I i . 1 ... i.: i i .1 nan of the Im..v is ini.l.le.l fl.i. tlv contempt, and . an advantage, bnt the contrary is the f he had so ably and for so many year long and very thin nie.-e of t eel i soldier, and now rebuking a (tcncral : ! which Im-iuIs very easily, and is a ' OUP l,a-v sharing a ration of black' I suppose we all. those of u who sharp as a razor, so that the least ! ,)n'J 'eide a bivouac fire, and the I write in verse or prose, have the ha! totich leaves a mark. The students ! m'xt ""'t .sjM'aking as an equal to j "ual feeling that we would like to In here are cut horribly, ami some of 'ri'e and potentates. SuvorofT remembered. It is to be aw ake w hen them an-really disgtis'tiii" to look at ! ,',,lm!4 Ixfore us as an uncrow ned king, all of those who are around u have their faces arc so frightfully scarred. wuos uthority needed no out-' '"".f I1'1" wrapped iu slumber. It is The head is the part of"the body j w'ar,l "vmlxd ; an autocrat of nature's 1'h'asant thought enough that the aimed at. and i- iu fact the only ,king, full of a rough, hearty famil- name by w hich we have been called bv reputation, and so welcomed him j lni"1- -lll1 ""s '"rve is not even very graciously to her house. : w-11 "centered," that is, placed sym-" He s...ii lcaine a freipieiit visitor, '"u-,r"'all.v ,, t1"' visuaI w ''tea and then offered to give his friend, ,, ,,s- hat ls change.l and twisted in Pitrlcio-h. the intr.Ml.ieiion be ba.l ' ''"' direction. From this results iarity, that w as in no dangerof breed surrounded by men that the sword cannot cut through ; wno f'"J".v,'a th """'"" w hile ... .... C , J. .1. .1 .. . i : ..i .. represented, and to the men and wo- "", I'"dd.ng. When lighting the o.p.ea.-ure oi u,e men, living ami dead, w ho had toiled i ' i" - vr the head in such a ! !' I'?n,os..d, grimy man, w ho was through long vears. of oblooiiv ami ! "':"'r that instead of striking 'it j ,u tht',r '"rnat.on of earthly . . 1 -- . . i...i... .....i .1 i...: ....... iHiWcr and 'Tuinlciir seit-saerinee lor the glorious jniition """"" ' oig prou-ci-1 : of that hour. It hardly needed the ' " large mm spi-ctaeles, it is verv it niu.-t He owned, however, that in his owniK'culiar vein of pleasantry, the old Marshal more than once met with hi match. One of his favorite jokes was to confuse a man by asking him unexpectedly : "How' inany il.m't tl.int i ""rs are there in the skv : i A. !...u pi-, par- V At. 'ON .1 1 iii.iinii o um- nil kill s. i.i:k;iis. .v.. re thirlv live viiir n .p.-w !ir va r a i-win in ,. Al.!. Vii:!C WA1MJA NTK!. K-r T5mi.l': Shjih yi.u t.t :iif hikI t:iko a -Hv i t iliiiarv lite ratr. :i'i.uu.l jrtt.i ui nt u ill inmro yn 2 year nn 'Ui nnniul i.iyiiioiit- vill insure yu4ypar? Mi l 1J tl;i Vit. 'J'hrN-.imtunl i:iymiii? will injure ji.oIyoar rili'l S! . -'iv iiiiiai.il j:iymotit" will iniir yu 10 rearc itit'l M l:i. Six himu il .nvi!u i,l- will iiiMire ym 1J yrarn :inl 11 i;ivs. 4.1 . t 1 11.1. J.r tltitllC -!tl. lila I ... 1 1 . T folded." " j for sometime desired, and which ,e )v,-ttt 'as la-en called the "asfigmat-. brilliant siinimarv of it's pi itfi.rni to I 'hloiu if ever that a real injury oe- " This one is full of doughnuts for ! now accepted, Itemming thereupon a ! ,MU" of tu' 'vt'. -o"sists in not set forth its illustrious achievements. ' , ur further than cutting up their the children, and that near von holds more eon-tant caller than Harrv him-1 'M',u.-a,,!l' tu at ,,4 same distance The verv presence of those men was!. lhat doesn't la-t long, for two pair of new socks for inv son.be- self. " : a vertical line with the same distinct- alone significant of the victories aI-i the wound soon heal up and leaves ...i,.' 1,.. it.ii.L l. e.,,,.w.f'l...v o,.v One evenino- a iiniiiU-r i.f vomer '"-ss as one that is horizontal. This re- i rcadv achieved, the mogress already ! a s,'ar. which the students are very i i- ii i ' ' i .... ii..... i :.. M-. i i., . 1 cent lv discovered nlienoiiii.ui li.i ...... I.. n ...1 . 1... ...t. .......... I I :.t. 1 lirollil ot: in tact, tliev gooti as in.tse HI ohl lllollier , J ojne wei eimecieti 111 .ur. toons, t -' "' '"i pii '-i'"" h n n . i --- -- - ; ,, 1 , , .1 - L-.." ee.rnt narlors when the convers.i. iracicit me attention ol all oculists.as ! the nat on liatl a readv traveled cry inucu oi a Know unless he nasi . - ... ,...v m.s .,,.- They are nil here. I see. safe, and , tion happened to die out for a while. ! 11 sometimes constitutes a disease of tween the years lsiili ami LS72. I am liiiich obliged to voti. young ; May proiMiseil that each one should j t'"' ''' Again, 1he retina of the Rut grand as has been its record, man, for intending to me. You will tell a story. T he uroiMisitioil approval, and was carried on with ' u"s ''X0. w hich is unsyinmetrical, bad- and grapples w ith the problems of zest and enjoyment by all concerned; ; ' ''"ireu, niin-i in spots, at least jst- duty and danger. It pro-mses, as ob- laiighter and ojiplausc- jiroving the " ' iran.-iucni . -oi at all. J he jects of its immediate accoinphshinent sueci'ss ot each narrator. a good husband one of the-e LOWEST POSSIELE PRICKS. '- .i r .-. '!..! I. i;:h. This Protection AnpliestoanyAge, An i ic(-X'rc- --iv Ft:ii.-.l in every I'oll. ; I c A I. i' III nil kill-I ll t Iii- ir.-niinu-. Semi r.-p:ilr.-.l en .1.11.1 1 v t 1 1 1 : a 1 1 a x T v k i f s r 1 1 r 1 1 t w t i x. make days." So, blushing and laughing, the gen tleman went back to join his disgust ed companion, who had watched the proceeding with a withering con tempt. " Now," he commenced, " will you tell ine what you wanted to make a fool of yourself in that way for' " I do not acknowledge that 1 have done so yet. Another thing, my mother travels; doesn't yours!"' "If she does, she will have too much -clise ever tot ruble people with her bags and bundles." eve nas .-pois w nere ii is entirely ; the Kepiiliiican party rests not on its met w ith general I ''""o to impressions of light. Rut is past alone. It looks to the future, When it came to May's turn she gave a full and lively account of the ul iv V V-... 11-ih.mji' Harrow". li-e 'IrU' k-. 1 1.:. .r. . M-.n. v i!ihiiit.. 1 All.liAX k S .Mi ll!-!-. N. I'd. Car IT i "- -.in-l Am-i.ui-. ri:t.-.u I nv W cr nin;m am, I'll VM IAN AND il'!:t;KiX. I.W AN-V U.I.I.. 1'V. I VNdl t US. STLKX A CO I w I III)! T .. I.,, s-. ( .. r!,.. l..i, l ) ! j;: i r, Pitt-in i:h:i. Pa.. ii t. r- ef (luwn-ware am! M.iiiiif:ic tun r- of Ida ware. n vAi:r. 1 ii'ii'-'-i.-n ii pr. p.ire.t I.i iii.iiiulae: ure all Tlii-Is loeortilv that my late lmli:init. Daniel It. Tho'upAin. was lnsiin-.i In 1 lie Hi-rfcshlre IJle In-nrnii' i f'-mpaliy. I'iltf tli-l.l. Ala-s.. l..rl.iio. Ih. i-ihIkt lt'tli. l7(i. premium imyalilr quarterly. Ili.it iw.i pavuieiits were in-.ile up to June Iwili. 17I. thit heiiie.1 I -lolier T;th. hr ni.mtlis aller he taile.1 to make hi payment. The umi.iI proo)S(4 .l.-ath were f..rwar lel tothc mii.1 (Im. lull amount .rf the iw.liev. Um il.e iK.i.'iuanerly pmiu-nlsilur at the tiin of his tlTW iird proved. Id aill. WHS IRII'l HI llie l- UP ll n,.it. .u I I 11 I , riiila.l. lpl.ia. W. II. Uravc. at t heir otllee. S. W. IKT lillllllleS aild Hiaile .-...ii.-rl lies: uut ami Lli-venih Stn-.-t. . . : down bv her (Si-iM-.!) XKTTIK TII(MISX. sll (low 11 li IH r. W. H. (In-elM-. lulc ol New Y.nTk. il.sure.1 a I. W , " S() Villi haYC CollK . rs s n.-r u Hie llcrk-iiire IJte insurauec . u- . , , i..,,.,, i..,i- ..... I ... ..i., t., ...i-'..rii.iie iuhiisi- the old lad, hae ou in s-' was' iinai.ie to iniike any juiyim-iit to the smiling a cordial Weh oilii . .'inpniiv iiurinu one vear uii'i uu- iiiiniiup iii..i ... I.i- .I..-.-..-. I have' this .lav Ili.l (at tlic New ink oili.-e u( il, i '.Hiipany. J71 Hniaiiway, wrner ol 't.iiin.-r- i-:r.-i-i . three" thi.tisaml two humlrcd an.) timet v -nine 'l-llnrs. tl:iG Im-iii the lull amount .Iu.- to his wi.l.. alter ili-.'.U' tuiK the (rtvrdue mv- ui.-nl- allil llllerert. .1. II. FKX(.'IS4'I S. X. w York. Alanh llih. '711. ui.-rlii!.-n lent. "Yes, if she forms her opinion of grow ing red, grew very pale, for in . other people from her own son. In ! this sudden disclosure of his rudeness, i that case, I think perhaps she might he read the downfall of his dearest fcctlv translucid? Not at all cornea and crystallite lens of the eve "coumlcte liberty and exact eoualitv are not absolutely limpid, as apjiciirs for all;" the enforcement of the re w hen examined through an intense ' cent amendments to the national Con- incidents just related, repeating the j ,m,t' or violet light, which renders it stitution; reform in the Civil Service; conversation of the young men al-l '"'orescent. I his phenomenon is due the national domain to Im- set apart most word for Word. ; to the traces of a substance analogous for homes to the people; the adjust- Harry's face, w hich grew redder to ","', a 'wdy which possesses in ' incut of duties on imports so as to st and redder, would certainly have be- 1 lm' highest degree the proiiertr of flu- cure n miincrative w ages to labor; traved him if May had once glanced "'rescence, that is, of emitting a light the extension of bounties to soldiers o! it own, under the excitement of and sailors who in the line of duty blue or violet lights. The chrystalinc became disabled; the continual anil lens, itself, is not of a homogeneous careful encouragement ami protection conittositiun, uut has a crystaline of voluntary immigration and the structure of six branches. This is ' guarding with jealous care the rights the cause of the stars appearing to us of adopted citizens: the abolition of at least one scar ,,,)n 10 ono ''is sentries, on a bitter The largest corps student that ever Jan""ry night, such as only Ku-sia appeared at Heidelberg was an Amer-' an produce. The soldier not a hit iean, w ho came here an average-sized j "furled, answered coolly : "Wait man, and went away something to i ,iult' autl 1,1 1'11 .vuu." and he de- Ix hold. and having the honor of lH-i""'ratelv began to count. "0m hall be familiar on thelitis of tin who come after us, and the thoughts that wrought themselves out in our intelligence, the emotions that trem bled through our frame, .-hall live themelve over again in the minds and heart of others. Rut is there not something of rest, of gently and gradually fading awa. out of human remembrance? What line have we written that was ru a level with our conceptions? What page of ours does not betray some weakne.-s we would fain have left un recorded ? To become a classic and share the life of a language is to be ever open to criticism, to comparisons, to the caprices of successive genera tions, to Ie called into Court and stand a trial In-fore a new jury, once or more than once in every century. ing the lcst is'st duelist in fought somcthiu drinker and also the 1 lwo l"ree, "Ac. In this wav he went ; 10 ,H? ioregottcn is to sleep in peace ' I l a . m ...I fit V I . 1 w . a IleidellxTir He i irar,,,.v on to "undred, at w hich ' tneuiuiisturui'd myriads, no Ion- v' : r ... . . . ... ,...1.: . . . .i . , -it like a hundred i I""" cui oron, vi no was already Hair ft' r --"ojcci 10 me coins ami neats. duels, and never got defeated till nearly the last one he fought, when he got his nose almost cut off; but, carefully in. his direction, but she avoided meeting his eyes. Sain, in the meantime, instead of hesitate sometimes. - I am going to . hopes, and, excusing himself verv 1 xvltl1 rays. .Ml attempt to explain the franking privilege anil the speedv talk with the nice old lady." soon after, he took his leave, feeling this phenomenon were vain, until it reduction of the rates of postage; .A. nd Harry Madox left his old friend angry and mortified enough. was ft mnd to la-, in the visual organ 'the reduction of the national debt to join the new one, for such she af-1 Tlic next morning he called bright j itself. It is for this reason that the ! and the rate of interest, and the re- She lint aide all and early at the otlice of young : cresi-enr 01 me moon, u pen 11 is very 1 sumption ot sm-cic payment ; the en- room for him .Madox. and saluted ruin w ith the ex- thin, seems to he doii'ile or triple to cotiragement of 'American commerce clainatioii : some jiersons. : and ship-building; the suppression of i to talk with "I sav Harry that wasaprettv These fucts are enough to show anv ! viol-nee and the protection of the j 1 " she ' Yes, ma'ain," he replied, will not be intrusive." ." Oh, 110, we old women like a-ked, "if it 1 mean trick you served ine!" , one how prone the untrained eve ballot-box. It this summer, sir." We cut l-:u! I lie I'oIIom iiijr, ( Itli him l'sild. I.M of 11 v Wit SlII'LT li:o WARK. a 'uiiply i l.li kill .f i-.-pj.-r au-1 t.rass I Hoiim' 1 iiruiHliins (.ootl. ?. 1: ly. POLL' Sl...p one il.k.r west . r.-i-t. s-.iu-r-.-T. la. niiaii i aski:i;ki:. lillooKS A- CO.. Produce Commission Merchants, Mi. K A !KN Sl I.I.l.T Airi.nossR to Tin; SAI.KOF RPTTKIL 1:. i-r In SI. Il'il-ierlu mil 't.. Alrvcr. A .... i..:.i:.. Itnciliik. l'rv-i.i. 1,1 v. .. v.. Al. t l.auile-. I lll: th. M:V Fl.OI l! Mill 1 he n. w Kl.r Mill limit ..mhe (,I-D "DLNXISOX MILL." i-nts. .ni,,:, , 1 r !' """ Improve- J.u 3 "'kvi l"1"'' liod I- all kln.l. l rraln. 1 ALtMixt HAY. .lames .li.ii-e. Xcw Y.ck I 'I! jr. tl.tiou. payniinl ov'-riiue 4 iii"titlin. y. II. f. llamiip. New Y.a-kl'lty, l.iO. iar lii. ul oK-rdiif 4 i.HMiths an. I iilavs. Airs. . II. Hart. I 'liiitia-o. 111. f'.OiXI. paynnnt ov-nlne 7 T'Hithf an.l ljilays. II. 1. .M.ire. ll.xt.Ki.- Mass.. fiuoO. fiaymcnt ov.-r.lue It luolitlis au.1 10 .lavs. Jame H. A. lair. New Slamiilc, In.U fLOt. iaM!:.-iit overdue unwiths ami 7 data. ii-roanl (1'Ura.ly. Hetniil. MW-ti., p.ot. iay-m.-nt ovetilue t year. 10 imail hs aud 1 1 .lays. J..I-. It. ialro.k. 1 iti-hhiirr. .M-!. l (0. pnvui-nt ovetilue 3 vears. 1 lu-tith and Xdavs. illK-HlLIk SI AKS1IA1.U Aifeuls. ' June ia-'7'2. Somerset. 1'a. ... mt The Improved ELLIPTIC SEWING MACHINE New Draw Feed, LOCK STITCH. Thi-rc- arc aoiite ..ints in a Sewing Mnrhine that la.lies deslrftiir to jnirehas.., idiould lake lutocon-sid.-ralion, nauiely: I.iL'l.tiu ss of running. Ij.- tit Malta tp -ment. I'aieity to do the Work llequlreit, 1'rewdoiu lr..in Xoise. and Non IJahiiily to (ret 'it of Order. Wc claim that tl 1MI KOVKP KIXUTK .ws all tlMse miuts. and that it l THK VEUY mxT FAMILY MACHIlE Now Manufactured. And w. aolielt an examination of It. A (rents want ', cd In every county, to wh.u w will Klic the muat I lllieral terms. tAlH.N UltUS., Ill Flth Ave..lJitt.liurKh, Pv 1 also placed on re- What do vou mean ?" I must Ix' to error and self-decent ion ; cortl the opinions and purposes of the "Wbv tellimr Miiv Stnnliiii nil tlmt on. I fl...t nnr iw not o i, In . 1..,. liai'tV in favor of iininestv- uo-niii.t nil - - --. - - - -- - - - - ...... ...... . . . 1 ... I .-IV Ul, Ulll i -- - I --. -- I ... . . . . . . . ridiculous storv." j a mental act. In infancy, the eve js ' fn'i of repudiation, and endorsed Klass. e inreu iour honest tanners 1 . . . a a. I ..... . . I .1 1 .. a a. . a I til ll-lvt 11 41 111! I lat.I tlta.t.i aw.k a-1 ntfi.n- " I ni'V.T to hi Iht dtio Wonl nlunit ni.l..l In- f i liuiuU or ti.iiili t. ... i III' Il 1 11:1110 1111(1 lo:iri'Iul im n-v ot t lit i " 1 " " t'"1 " " RB' 1 l" mm m a a ' T . I I i ".t l) . . .1 A A 7 . "... 1 a -I tion as well, it not iH tter, than pn tty ; I', anil i atii jiisi as tniicii iii the iiark ipiire experience ol the nature and ( -loiuiuisirauou in reguni 10 the 111 yoiing girls; and you are a very giMnl ' as you are." . ! consistency of things; later in life, i dian.' lookiiig fellow." i " V,,u wvor told her! Who ii: j the eye asserts its superiority bv in-; 'l,t while clearly defining and dis- " Thank you," said Harry, '"but I this world was it then ?" ; structing the hands to M-rfonii ingeu-! tinctly aiinouiicing the policy of the did not know as you would like to ' " I have not ihe slightest idea, but j ions and cunning work. The two , Ki'puhliean party on these ipicstions talk to a giddy pate like me."' I must say that my curiosity is a senses seem thus to continue mutually , "f practical legislation and adininis- Harrv la gan to lx- lunch amused, ! good deal excited alout it, and I am j to assist and act upon each other. tration, the Convention did not ig- nnd so they kept up a merry talk, tin- going round this morningtoask her." ! I ouch lends to sight material aid and ' nort' great social problems which til the train ntoimed at the station! " ell, I have received my conge. I support. The eve refines and irivcs are pressing their claims for solution w here the old ladv intended to get that is evident enough, and I suji-' intelligence to the material sense of ,.un,l wn' deinaud the most careful out. Rut just In fore this, she said to ; pose that I shall soon have an oi-, touch, so that, w hen sight is wantiii" j study and wise consideration, rore- Hirtuinty to oner vou my congratula- touch takes its place and perforins its "'"l stanus ii.e laoor quest ion. Lon tions." I duties. periling the relations of capital and A short time afterw ard Madox was The eye iu its direct and steady ; Ia'r, the Republican party accepts seated on a snug little sofa, by the look embraces but a small compass of the duty of so shaping legislation as side of his fair lady love, looking very ! actual sight; in fact, we clearly sic " secure the full protection and the as there is iu New York State, if she ; w ell pleased with Ins situation, which but a small tM.iiit, w hich come just amplest Held lor capital and for lalior. , is inv grand-daughter. They sav she might, perhaps, have ln-en said of his in the focus of the eye; and it is ow-, tin creation or capital, the largest op. looks jusi like me," and she laughed !p panion also. ing to a quick vibratory movement of prtunities and a just -share of the 'mischievously I " ill voti tell me," he iK-gan, the eve that we are able to see large ! mutual prolits ot these two great scr- frozen, thought it high time to ride j the blasts, the sleet, the dust, w hich off, not, however, without inquiring j assail in endless succession that shad the name of this readv reckoner. The : w of a man which w e call his repii- nothing daunted, he steivned uu t.v bis ' in'it day the latter found himself pro- i tatiou. I he line winch living we adversary, holding his nose on with I '""led, and the story (w Inch Suvoroff would wish to blot has Ix-cn blotted his hand! and challenged him to an-;to111 with Prt'at plee to his staff) j "t for u by a hand so tender, so pa other duel, which was accented ; speedily made it way through the 1 tient. so used to its kindly task, that They fought, and the indomitable whole army. j the page looks as fair as if it had American, the hero of a hundred' , u an"ther occasion one of his j never borne the records of our iufirmi duels, came out ahead, to the gratiti- ' '''Il,rals of division sent him a Ser-1 .v ,,r our transgression. And then so cation of all his admiring friends. He;P''ant w'tH dispatches, at the same ! ,l-w would be w holly content w ith is considered to have Is-en the Teat-! tmM recoinmending the In-arer to Suv- j their legacy of fame. The dignity of est man in HeidelU rg (which he cerJor,,lrs ntiec. ,a silent memory, is not to be timler- tainly was a regards size), aud his! "e Marshal, as usual, pro-eeded valued. Fame is after all a kind name w ill probably lie handed dow n j to tt"t mnl ''.v 'r"''4 f w himsical 'f rude handling, and a name that is from generation to generation, and i 'I'"'"1 ,mt ,ne fateehtinieii was "ften on vulgcr lis seems to borrow l(Mkod up to as something almost im-' '''I"' trt tue 'H-t a-ion. "How far is it something not to lie desired, a the mortal, bv the students. " tne moon ?" asked Suvoroff. j paper money that passes from hand to ' i "Two of your Kzcellcncv's forced hand gains somew hat w hieh is a loss ' . ...1 ." . i.i . . - ' .1. .....1 t . . -T e e I niurciics, auswereu tne egeatlt. : ' sweei, uanipiu reiuge oi "If your men began to give w av in ' oblivian, so far as earth is concerned. a battle, what would vou do?" ! f"r us poor blundering, stammering "I'd tell them that just behind the ' mislichaving creatures w ho cannut enemy's line tLere w as a w agon-load I l,,n vr a leaf of our life's tliarv I of porn-brandy." i w ithout feeling thankful that its ! "Supposing you were blockaded j failure can no longer stare us iti the I was to mow mvself and vou had no provisions left, how fa'", "t unwelcome shall In- the 4'nltiui; KraM iat Ihte If radanta. Last summer Mr. P "I think we'd better rut -rkins some saiil : ' grass some ' her young companion: "Now, Mr. .Madox, I think you; w ill Is- rew arded for your kindness to an old woman. I will introduce you. when w e -top, to just asprettv a girlj Will voti tell me," he 1k When it was time to leuvr the ears " how you found out all the story that Harrv took the carict bag, band Imx, i you told last night." big bundle, little bundle, and a he "Do you wanttoknow very much?" lifted the ladv on the platform, r-he ' she inquired mischievously, was saluted by the pretties little sice-' " Yes, I do, indeed," he replied, inien of female humanity that he had , She laughed a little and then said: extents apparently at the same time Pro fi-niuir John If. St'imrii'r. vants of civilization. To woman, too. ; and her new demands it extend the ! hand of grateful recognition and The surprising feat executed this' Pr,,flVr "t resicctr.d inquiry. timmer by Prof. II. Crcclev and h;s ! recognizes her noble devotion to i.inlt l.nt" el..et trmitu. . ....i:.;..i ! """try and freedom, welcomes her select trou.ie of .o.li.icnl C,,,IIUrX a,,U IH-llolll, WCk-OHies Hei ever seen, so the vountr man thought. ; " I was introduced yesterday to a ; a(.robats are not surpassed even jJV a,"'issi.m to wider fields of useful Kves black as night, but soft and , ladv. who immediately exclaimed, "I inching, ml lips and cheeks, and J" have seen yon la-fore, Miss Stanton. n ; black, curling hair, a neat little figure : "Where ? " I inquired, and then she set off bv an elegant traveling suit, went on to say that she saw me in all presented a picture that he never the cars that day, and noticed every forgot a he lived. Ma v," said the grandmother, "tin that accomplished anaconda mention ed in the old song, who could -Swallow himself, crawl through himself, Conic out with irrcat hu-ility ; Tie himself fa a how.Lnnr man hU lull thing that occurred, as she hnpis ned: And wink with trrmt aidiity." to be occupying the seat right U hind i a. m . a I 1 1 1 1 1 1 is .Air. .Madox. lie lias In-en yeryj)oii aim Air. iiiricign, ami nearu ! kind to.iniv and how I want yon to , every thing you said. . U kind to him and not treat "him as j "Funny how things happen somc- , vou'do some -oung men I know." She made a saucv low and said ness, and commends her demands for j additional rights to the calm amlcare- ful consideration of the nation. To 'guard well what has already been se- cured; to work out faithfully and w isely what is now iu hand, and to consider the ipicstions which were Read what an Indiana paper savs homing up to view but a little way " Rut, grandma, you don't know as Mr. Madox will rare to receive anv times, isn't it?" "Not so very funny for poor Sam, though. He is fulling very much mortified aloiit it." a . 1 . oi a recently winoweu gentleman : "The broken hearted man erected a pine slab over his wife's grave, and presented a $400 piano to the young lady w ho was so kind to him in the hours of affliction." liefore us. the Republican partv is to- (lay Avhat it was in the gloomy years of Slavery, relH-llion, and reconstruc tion a national necessity. It ap peals, therefore, for support to the patriotic and li'ierty-loviu", to the the meadows I saw the sturdy peasants go round i would you supply yourself?" t naptism oi dust which hides forever once ere I dipiK-d my flashing sevthe j "From the enemy !" j the name that wa given in the bap- into the tall green gras. "Arc voti! "How many fish in the sea ?" tism of water ! We shall have good ready?" said I. Perkins "I "anij "As many as have notlieen caught." (,"pany whose names an- left un-jo- here."" "Then follow us." I followed : And so "the examination w cut on . ken by jMi-terity. Who knows wheth them ; followed them rather too j t'" Suvoroff, finding his acquaintance j ,r the best of men be know n, or closely, evidently, for a white-haired armed at all points, at length asked ! whether there be not more remarka old man who immediately followed !''"" s final Pst : "What is the 1 hie lcrsons forgot than any that stand Mr. Perkins called upon us to halt, i difference bet ween vour coloriicl and remembered m the known account of time 7 1 he greater part mu.-t lx- con-, replied the i tent to lie as though the- had Hot John change places with me. I , soldier, coolly : "Mv colonel cannot ,H,, n ; to He round m the register or hain't got loiir to live anvhow. make me a captain, but vour excel-1 ,J,Mb n,t tl"" "''"rd of man. Tw en Yonder iH-rrviu ground will mh.ii "'"'' has only to sav the "word !" . ! ty-sven naines up the first story lie have these old lsmes, aud it's no mat- j Suvoroff, struck by his shrewdness. , fr- ") "",M". the recorded names ter w hether I'm carried there with i 'pt his eye upon the man, and iu , pvi t since contain not one living cen- Then in a low linn voice he said to myself ?" his son, w ho w as iu.-t ahead of nie. I "The difference is tin turv. Olirrr H'riiitrll Hoi mm. one leg off and ter'ble gashes iu the ! '""g tune after actually gave him the other or not. Rut vov, John yon six'citied promotion. f ( . are young." The old 'man changed j Suvoroff alw ay affected the utmost : TilK Toledo lihnh- says : (Jrceley is places w ith his son. A smile of M-ace-l brevity lioth in -H-aking and writing, 1 just finding out that the bailing of fill resignation lit up his wrinkled t'-' terseness of hi dispatches In-iug ; Jefferson I'avis is calculated to injure face, as he said: "ow sir I ami almost unrivalled. The eorresiKUi-! I" prospects. Ills latest dodge. ! his prospects. His latest ren.lv "Wh.ir mean v.in ..I.I ni.in " ; denci' with Prince Potemkin. relative : therefore, is to sav that Davis I said ' I mean that if vov continue ' to the assault of Ismail, is unique iu puilty of no crime to bran'ish that blade as vou have . military history. I otemkin copying been brau'lshin' it, you'll slash h 1 J the brevity of hi general, wrote to out of some of us ln-fore w e are an , 1,1,1 thus : heur older." There was some reason ,' "Marshal, you will take Ismail mingled with this white-haired old j V,,Hn "'"'' ays, at whatever cikst. iH-asant's nrofanitv. It was true that i "1'oTKMKlx." AUilOIUlil lllilll- till tmff Ida; 1 ho dav after the letter sou's legs, and his father w as jH-rhaps Suvoroff carried the town Jiv storm. : the wlndesale, and can point to Davis naturally alarmed. I went and sat ! ith a loss of fifteen thousand men j as its author. Rut the gentle hu ,i.. i,n,i... . ! ..over Inoweil l.li.i.if ,wi .1.:... ..:..k .i i : iiianitariaii who heads the mongrel w as was tint a murder er, and so did not deserve imprison ment. Thirty thousand Union sol dier were tlelilierstcly starved to death at Andersouville, as many more in other reln l prisons, while Jeffersou Davis held the helm of the Southern That was mardcr bv .. . er . . a a literary man in my ine, x over heard the old man say, " that know'd anything." What two colors arc undiscernible f Invisible green and blind man's buff. C !....., ..... lull,.,! till. . i . ... . OUU ( st-v. ui'l "in to the enemy, summing up the fearful j Imir(lt.rer of soldier, but would tragedy in one doggerel couplet, 1 pledge him a seat in his Cabinet in runs as ; order to gain Southern votes?. which, lrtterally translated follows : . ' Praise to Oud, ami praise to the ! Istaairi taken, an 1 then Ibe." A water rejiort A clap of thunder.