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joiin i..s, t LL, VOL. XXI,
SOMEKSET, PA., WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 1872.
of command anl Mows of axe. Th
people were thinking of the hundred.,
of barrels of petroleum below and its
j jKissiblc escape on shore and commu
j ideation to other !-hips, perhaps other
j with petrol"'""!, and in imagination
j conceited tin' whole siirfucc of the
j basin covered with Mazing oil. Pres
Lcntly the burning vessel liegnn to
I settle". She Lad been scuttled and
i hT cargo was now under water, the
deck lacing level with the surface.
The danger from the cscajie of burn
ing petroleum was still imminent,
when a line of boat.-, lathed together
stern and stern, wa.s seen pulling
jaway, and as the file straightened out
V() A j the burning ship moved also, and was
I slowly towed out to the bay by over
m two hundred well-manned oars. It
Purs cat i
K. Tl. i
S llitiui. ( trd,
I H 1 M. kIMMEL wiUw uiinuc to practice
I ) tiedinn. and lender Ina , r..l. "t.l ;"'
a r 4 r .. . . .... iirnmni If
a. to tin clilaen. oi .-viii'-t . -
J,il.tr. Ilrtl'-e at the old .la.-e. "
0 I Ik ' i lade House. 1
it'll H. Ki-XVZ. ATmiiNKY AT
i ',ls; rt.tru.i,.! 1.. '' 'r.r r
vlt II OJI l!AK Ell tenders his pr..lesi..iial
1 I il.eclliicioi H SnUHTM-l and Vlclll-
a ' l" r,,'":"-: . ... " .t...r ..I the lir.
Hard mi re.
) m ib rlin ..rth.'T i-li. e ..I In ).n !.
V XtiTK'K Al.-iitil.r H. '.illr..ih h
1 1 uinl Hip rati.i? l U 111 nii r.-i !
l.-l.. Uj. 7.
1MMV.L k Nil.iKX. ATTOKNKYS AT
I LAW. tmvrrfi, i'a. ttihiv in iniriMe
.1. 1 .ttiH.ru. --...
'Al.lNTIXK HAY. ATToKXKY AT LAW ;
i ihJ .U-attT io nl fStal". S.rtiM'PH'1. will
11.1 tu nil l.uini-i vulrui'U.-tl tn It if nrr Willi
.:mrnJ Udt-lity. ante, i.-1.
Jchn F. Blymyer
linn n f tuil hif f:rr a
Few Doors Above the Old Stand,
Aiul t.ll. rp t. liin -ul.i.'r ad. I lriinl! a lull line
l i;ii.i.Ip jit the very limvtl iirhv?1.
Hardware of Every Description,
It' .1. k H U It A hit. ATTOIJXKYS AT
11 . l. W. S..llier?-t. I'll.. .ni. tl.-e 111 .
...( ,k! a.lVii.ln oHiiili.s. All I.Ufim-M eu
brtitv. l Ihelll will In' .r..uitlv ntu n.leu lai.
I (ini.vin Hie ln.ul ltirt i.l lull. U liiii.
' here he call t u u c ie i..uii.i
S; kip.lK.i w.iV eueh ai" Ullluic. rruulatiu. - j
-., -tin Si'-. Anilt. iul teeth . h!1 kiii'l. awl !
. t-"i mau-iial, iuM-rluil. All ..ieratii wur-,
aki.f-l. Ju,le '
II I HI.. ATTiiKXKY ATMW. SOM- ,
er.-t. J"a.. wll! pmniiiily ntnnJ t all l uviiM't-s
alairiiietl I" hiia. Aluuey'advaiiew.1 i e..lkeiim ,
4p UilifV ill hi rerl.leuee. I'll -Mniu i-lnvt.
ill. I. "7i. i
fiiHX KIMMKU ATTiiRXP.Y AT LAW.
J s .inerx l. I'a. will attend l. ail hu iikm en- i
Bt.-e.! I., his ciri: iu S.iiiiei t and a.lj..iiilnS rt.uii- :
ta i:h i.i"iiii.tn'- uii'1 fldelily. U ee in f.urt ,
S .,. Uli. m. '70 ly.
MMlen W11 re r All HintlM.
( AI. (HI. LAMPS,
OLIlFAKMKR ilRCY UT.TN I'llOTO
VRAPIICU. I want yua to lake a jdrture w' uw au.l luy uld
w.Hii in lu re.
JuU at we lie if vim j.louMe, clr, wrinkle, uray
lulni ami all ;
We never waa Tain at our licM. an t we're KIUK
on eishty year.
Hut we've k autnc Uyf (obe mMj uf struinht,
an' liaudmme, an' tall.
They are cumlng Uuine thl Siiutuier, llio uiuc-
tecnth day of July,
Tuiu wrote me (Tom'i a lnwyer In ll..t.i. i-lnce
S.i we're rir.g tu ur)riiw 'fin. Uiy uld wife au.1 I
Tom, Harry, Jay an I Uisha, anJ tlia twu Rirli",
Jeuuy anJ Kate.
Well, lud, that a iiir'as tlx, air! 1 y "Trw it
into the head '
I've heanl of tliia i.lH.ra.hr, and I m k.ai It
Kirry wnrk ;
lT4itake the picture ly llhtnlnx? I.t, yen,
mi the netijliliurf aaid ;
It's the nun that din, uld woman, an' be uover
waa known to shirk.
Wal, yea, I'll 1 rvadiu' iu the Idhle, old woman.
Just Pit on the other aldeo' me, 'u I'll take bold u
Tliat'a the way we courted, miater, if itaall Ibe
aame to you,
An 1 that' the way we're Kohl', dea- (iud, fo the
U tter laud.
was upon her. She heard his fien
dish tliuekle, and felt his iron finger
el ti till her shoulder, but with a dex
terous movement la releas?d herself
and flew to the doorway. Sin had
just reaehed the threshold w hen she
again felt the liony lingers clutch tier,
with a grip of iron. She saw the up-
iean eentleman aloiit
lias written to the Tr
ment. making inquiry a
of losses in the collection of the In-
ternal and Customs Revenue, the
losses sustained by depositors in Xa-
r.' An Amor-
to the Amount
saised knife, and with one despairing V . ull'7 .
ft" rt cri ' ! tional lank, and the amount of pub-
' "Oh. I'aul, Paul, for (Jod's sake,! 'Itlng of-
' ' fieials. A report on the subject is em-
n 1 1 mm: vs.
An I everytl.inir Ix l.miin to the Ituip trade.
fj iiml Itounty ami r'ennou
'ihee in the ourt ll.iue.
j;in. 11 tl.
W 11 1TK KKAll,
nKT iitit sii
i 1 he Ull'ier.-lneil P'nuiuim iiiinmiMm- ii-;
return he har le-.l this Well If now II llolli III Ilie
arou.h ol Somerset. It i hlf mliiith to keei .
M In a"ule w liieh he hopes w ill iile s itiila.'tiou to
sat u ho iim Uv.ThimwitlitluireiKl.ini.
.rl7 7i JOHX HILL.
fIMM S MEYEKS. ATTHKXKY AT LAW. ,
olnelet. I'a.. Will Uive roniti iiniipw.".
'll-ilic?'; entrnte. to hie e:ire in Somerset Nil I
I b. minaiimiitlei'. nliee oil I Hum !".r.-et. .
tj( the reaideueeul E.1. Scull. jy. 5-lt.
I never could look that thint? in the fa.-e, II niy
rye were as (food aa RohL,
'Taint over, Ja &ay! What, the work l.td.-ue?
Old woman, that tx-ata the Killi h.
Just think! we're f"t "Ur jdcturer lukeu, uud
we re 111:711 rruiT mm tun . T . . .
There ain't many eule in our town, .f Mirage, I nn'OglllZt it as belonging to Jennie
that can nay a much. j May. Iii the doorway he saw a man
holding aloft a gleaming kmle as
though in the act of plunging it in-
Paul Ashton riding along the dus
tv road that goMen summer afternoon
took out his watch and muttered :
"Only -half-past three, and I'm al
most there. How in the world did I
make such a mistake ?"
So he took out a cigar ami leaned
back in his chaise, resolving not to be
in a hurry, when a buggy dashed by
at full speed, and he caught sight of
two men running across the field. In
reply to his salutation, he only caught
the three words, "School-house
No thought of tarrvin
dashed alonsr the road 1
IIIUIIIIIU. .iraiuig uivniiii..ur., . :.! k f ..
he heard the scream of a woman's i "ul 1 "'. 7. "uO.
voice, and reaching the door he j )M '"closed, it appears
l,e,r.l l.w ,..,,,. chIIcI iu a well U,at ,h" v ' 1? outstanding
known voice, but so fillet! with de
spairing agonv that he could scarcely
bodied in the following letter of June
22, from Acting Secretary Richard
son, addressed to the gentleman mak
ing the impiiries:
In reply to your letter! have the
honor herewith to inclose statements
relative to defalcations and losses in
the liurcau of Internal' Revenue, of! ,.,,
tlie Customs, ano or tne treasury,
and also relative to Iosuca of deposi
tors in the National lianks. From
the aceoinpaning statetaient of the
Commissioner of Iatcriutl ReVeuuc,
comparing the total receipts of ins
11 I oflice for the three yearn from March
ike aflash"f!3.1, to March 3, 1872 .with the
Vearmo- tlu w liooll.ous.. ! pr'T""'"" "' "W'PW
I'AIX IS IN JUL AXU I'll Y. AX1
PA INTERS' GOODS IN GENERAL
You ce on the nineteenth of next Julyirfir d h n
wedding; Cornea on.
Kor any yean in the auu aud rniu we've .ullwl at
the aauie old cart.
We've never had uo trouMe to fK.-ak ol. only our
ionr aon John
Went wronir. ami I'drore him bfl ; "u it alinoat
l.roke the old woman' heart.
There' a drop of hitter In every weeL And my
old woman and me
Will thiuk of John when the rc.t onie home!
Would I forifive blm. lr?
He was only a boy, aud I was a !! Iielu' a.i hard,
Iflv4ild Ket him lietwo-n the se anus. I'd ml. k
. to him like a 1-urr.
against the late Collectors of Inter
nul Revenue, during that period,
amount to somewhat less than one
tenth of one per cent of, the amount
paitl into the Treasury. Of that
amount it is estimated that not less
l r (!r.L . . .rn
. .1 1 . . r i,..i.,i...0 1, ,:.., 1 1111111 loui-iiiiiis 111 i-teuiuuiiv oe
lu me 111 ui 1 ui .-wine iii iinin w-niji ; . , .. , -.
before him. UUI'1' '!t,'.,,r ''-v ,,M l,art,,8
Rut the blow never fell ; for ruui by tl.e.r ...reties reducing the ul-
Ashton. springing upon him from Ih- !",at !0sjs to tho Oovernment dur.ng
hind, wrestled the knife from llilu! the P;no mentioned to less than the
A struggle might have ensued had one-hft.etl, of one per cent of the
n..t tl... other men arrived at that i.:u'""""1 t"' tie,i, or less man f2 III
stant antl IkjihuI him securely.
Ashton then turned his attention to
our lHior little Jennie, wlio lay upon
A. (J. MILLKR. after twelve
I A larre .-k ol
active practice In Sh.ilikf ville. Iu.'
. , p Oi'llIIV I.M...I.H. Ill IIHI I 'I I II' '.U
li,.! n-.e ii. iiie. ini.l t.oi. rs ht in.hsiii;.l Kcr- ;
t.. the citixc!ii ol S..incrsct and vicinity. !
in the tin Kh.rj. lonncrly o-!ii.h 'l l '. A.
a ui.i. where he can l- e..:i"ulte.l at all timet,
a lr- w,.!. .s-i"iiiilly eiiuiiu.-.l.
4 Audi callh in.liiill answered.
IM. 1:. 71-ly.
? KXKI'l'EK. rhilci:inaii.l Ifc-nrW. ih rliii.
i's. Will rive .niii!t alleiilt.ai to all canes
e Yti-tc.l t. his care. I'thw one ior wcm of the
"aT:iili.'r liou.s'." eaiue as occupi-.! hertol.ire l.y
lt I '. t '. M u.-ser.
11. l'liSTLKTIIW A1TK. ATTnKXEY
f . at Iaw. Somerset. I'a. rrolwsional husi-
cltuity soiieiieo, ao-l puociu.iu ni.ciei-
TaUlt' Unites antl I'ork.
i And what's to pay for the sun-hluc Hut's wiuted
my prey old phit?
we drove away !
j According to the aceoinpaning state
i ment of the Commissioner of Cus
; toms, showing the amount of money
I collected from customs for a jicriod of
! two years and three-fourths of a year,
from the 1st of Auril. 18C9. to the
Slst of DecemiM-r. 1S7K comoared
the floor iu a deathly swoon. A
the slowly returning life sent the
warm blood to her cheek ami lips,
she-felt in a happv, dreamv sort of a ,
. .1 . 1 1. I 1 : - .. : .1
yri"": ?-r w"rK M ,he i ,r:: :.i:.:r.:i i wui. the imiai.. of outstanding ooi-
.id woma.Oo.-k here: there'. T.u m thai r--j,iiat passionate kis.-H s were being ' ,vr "WZ the collection of ens-
I mlde-t if tlu.t chin isn't His! j rained oil her face. Oil 0K lli.lg her . d"r,I.,o V lM r',d IP"
l.-l! she know him! its our J.ihu. Ihcln.y that ! , ........,; ....1 . 'i:.i i' .. if' the latter IS alHillt the Olie-flft y-fifth
in the schoolroom alone with Paul ; n "T ,!"(' IM r e''f of n cr.
1 lie cMiuiateo timinaie loss to tne
ly proceeded: "p'ar be it from me to
say anything respecting the decision
of the court." The Judge started
with a gesture of deprecation, as if
he apprehended an indiscretion on
the part of the lawyer. "I am quite
aware of the apparent indelicacy of
saying anything that should look like
an attempt to influence the action of
the court" Here the Chief Justice
gave a dissatisfied shrug of the shoul
ders, intended an a rebuke of what he
regardiKl ps an imiM-rtineiice. Rut
John was wholly unmoved, and went
on with his remarks, as though he
was saying the most natural and ap
propriate thing imaginable. "Nor
would I presume to intimate that an
eanv decision 01 me case is uesira-
The Judge opened his eyes in
amazement, but remained silent.
"Rut the truth is, your Honor," con
tinued John, "the poor devils at Quar
antine are perishing daily, and it is
of the utmost importance that they
should learn whether they are dying
Appreciating John's waggery at
last, the Chief Justice, much reliev
ed, gave way to a hearty la-ugh, and
the conversation came to an end.
John Tan Rureu had in him the
making of a great lawyer and a states-'
man of commanding power. He
lacked nothing but industry and stead
iness of purpose. Quick of percci
tion, with fine faculties, uncommon
logieal powers, and abundant imagi-'
nation, he never failed to command
BE. WADE OX VREEI.CY.
The following letter from ex-Senator
Wade was addressed to the com
mittee of arrangements of the (Jrant
and Wilson ratification meeting, but
it wo received too late to le read
AVashixuton, June 24, 12.
M'm. A. Cook, A'xy., and (jtntU men of
the L'ommiHir of Arrangt-mruU:
I very much regret that I shall be
obliged to .cave the city before vour
BiUluc oa Ont.
was only th-n that an iuimen.-e cheer
broke from the thousands of peop!e,
Oats are a singular grain, HThaps I w ho felt in.epressibl gratitude for
bhould say plural, bceanse there is the salvation of the city.
more than one of them
Thev grow on top of a straw aWmt
4 feet 6 and and one quarter inches
hi, and the straw is holler.
The straw is interesting for
Short nieces of it. aliout 8 inches or
"J ' - , . I . ?.
ratification meeting takes place, and ; ". "'1 " ouzzum 01 a snerr . 00
tliprefor.. must .1... line vour kind ami : Mt will s.ickshun up the entire eol-
eoinoliinentary invitation. ! W, r f,",r ""nute by the watch.
never have tried this, but I kno
HeacwiTii we present the opinion
on the prospect in the State 'of the
oldest Republican editor in the State,
its ' Renj'amiu Rannan, Ks., editor of the
Jfiitrr'n Journal, who in his paper of
Wednesday, says : The prospect of
the election of the Republican State
ticket in Octoljer by a large majority
is growing brighter every day. The
Democracy can get up no enthusiasm
w ,o i in the party for Ruckalew, who, be-
cxclusive, semsn man,
g the war for the
kill any candidate.
....... wa, t a T
. i ..1, xi. in nnct'iraniti in
of the Republit an party, and to dti thing-. ; - . ,
ii.;i...i.,i..i,;.. .i it ,.-,uu t il. aim 11 is saiu nnu are oiu-u inisiuKeii .....
I, " "Z": : for them by near-sighted horses and ; diers who were fighting at the
M IllOilttlll. .4ll IJ , J. kt. .... .., j -
,i;-......f,;.,f 0.1 i.nntri.piin nf the lie- shu-makers.
....o.'irvj.iiLv. .iu.ii . .v.. .
,.lau..e t l,avi. lu.n ..r.....t i.. tfsti-1 lots ov young ami rename men.
V. . , .... : 11; J stand around ready to nrove this if , sides U ing an
iv ill iierwjii u me uur uiki imo"-, ... . ; ... i i ,i.,.:
gent Rei.ublicans of Washington my I sun. body will fetch on the cobbler, j has a n-cord hlunn
fr .1 ..... .t " T itj aiii Lseiin is sail lo ln a l ead ! t UI0I1 that WOUld
iiniflr.rinn" rievorion m inn iiriiii:nie9 - "
I don't intend this remark as anv
Chief Justice Thompson was also an
1 tagonistie to the Government, while
publican party to approve the action
ofthatconyention .It is as natural .or; ; V'-d " j'n' i Audito'r (ieneral, was so great and
that partv to ha to General Grant " an enemy of the Government
,t is for all true Republicans to honor j Xu" ..1.1 Tk l a o,1 ; that (Jeneral Couch, in command of
and admire h.m ; and u hy should not ; i niak, r d , ,artmont of t'L,. SuspH-hanna,
that party hat, hi,,, aliove al men-, ,aW nrn fl ,inv ri -, s llllnrtJ himself a Democrat, arrested him
vra. mm K'ar mm, wo: I'mmn wwi . , ... 1 , 1 V . - .1:1 . ,-!.-
1.:.. 1. tu 1 tit'in i 111 iiiUaavi f vt 11 u m h fr i iirri i , .
11m it-am i- - - - n t
Urpulilican party, under
.1 . .
.ii..fr ...... ......... . . .... i..ir, ...... Tni men Tiiur. int
sll III 111 llie lieiil, meei, overuirow, aim : - ; - - . . , , . . . . ,
' . . '., . ' . . i.iov- L'.in I. .. id ti.Lli-d Miiinv. her.. . and leaders, beatleil lv tl
littery uestrov mat panv organiza- :"T , . . .. .1
: lui. ri....l..l.. t ever This is the nature of oats as a Im v- ' orn.-y, a.-k the ,0 .le to
. .... I'eri.loe tl pr muse the stiiiiinii.t .if theliolls. m opposition
nail mai is, 10 iorti 11 over unu : 1- --- ---- - .
' .... ... I -1. .1..' .1. . ..... . l... u-iip atof hunfuT .lion'
i.n- ui.rv, n 1111 111. 11 ?..i.ii. i n s. mi.. . -
p.. - . r
trnnii.li il..vii tin wi nk ami oimre
o.l ..vt....! tfn n.ir.,. r.f lillHMin ' tllCIl the lOSS laffs.
tU, HUH IV t Alill lll Kii-iv v. - r
the admiring attention of his audito- slavery over the entire continent, and , are worth iron, 4.) to . j cents
thus to erect an odious ohgarcliv on , .... r. .. . ,
the ruins of our free and glorious re- '"t god for much except to tu kle a
ry. Jnhj Galaxy.
THE NTIttlK VINITUK.
"rtM'KKlISGILL, LYONS A Co.
I MAXI l ll'Tl liKliS a. HKA1.KUS IN
1 .: Ma
Li win i
9 r II
bOQD & JONES.
(Jentlv as imssible he recalled thei U"M'" ""l"1 , s -,-uuu 3.
'Maine is liouniled on the north by events of the afternoon ; then seeing
' Canada, on the east by New II amj- ( her tremble and turn pale, he said,
I .hire, on the " j gaily :
This interesting recitation was cut j "Rut we will take our ride now,
short bv a knock at the dsntr. Why Jennie, and then we will feel better."
T....the.witiiii....vaniciest.M,..uuier.ato.i.ii.' was it that the .-choolma'ain turned As they drove along the wooded
ti..ii iu a a.ivertiseiueiit. iiu is .leierniiiied to ; un,i trembled as rhe turned to road that led to the beach, Mr. Ash-
lliltt t.Lt IX LI X I II KETTLES. .e., k.e..
Mantle and Pier Ilnit Olasse and
ieture Frames a Siieelallty.
mi stkeijt, rirrsmiiiin. pa.
..a .r'.arc.l to do all kinds of .l.ininx an I :
tiuiin;ot t.ti.i.lui: mjt.Tial.. j
S ASH AXI iMMtl.S. j
T IMkiW i. IHKiK Eli AMES,
Y EX ETI AN Sll I'TTEKS.
ilK AI 'Kl-n"S. kc. j
)n:l.ti veuerallv use.1 iu house
iw.l .l km. I- ..I work done lo order.
i r. l.r.Hiil.'l. tilled.
Ja) . j.. :i ' liiMiJ. a. JON ES
i LIFE INSURANCE
For Business Men.
' "Tho Reserve Fund Policy."
1SSI K1I HY THE
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
INtlHtll IK A TEH 1S..1,
S4fiire SMi-ial Protection to
i answer the summons T
'could not have
told vou, but all day
! long she had been filled with a name-
less dread, and every sound had star-
! The door being opened, a dirty,
! bare-toofed little urchin put into her
j hand a note w hich ran thus :
"Jenxik: 1 will call for you to
'drive round the beach with me at
1 four. Vou will go, won't vou ?
"In haste. " Paul."
Nothing alarming in that, purely,
j "How foolish I am to lie so lright
jencdat nothing. I thiuk I must lie
Jlired. It will make me feel better to
j ride along the lieaeh and breathe the
i refreshing sea breeze."
L 1 ii this way she had nearly dispelled
j the cloud that hail rested on her spir
! its all day, when a second rap called
i her to the door. This time the visi
tor proved to lie a tall, gaunt man,
i with piercing black eves.
j "Vou are one or the committee
ton seemed strangely reserved
nie wondered at this,
000,000 of collections, or the enohnn-
dreth part of one per cent, licing
somewhat less than $5 in $100,000.
The Controller of the Currency
furnishes a schedule of all the Na
tional Rauks that have faded during
the tlarce years, from June ),'18C9, to
June I, 1S7-J, with their capital, the
i , . . ...
renieiultcriii"- ,nouul toI fauns proved and the div-
the loving clasp and passionate kisses , nvua Via on nie claims trjm f
many 1 1 ..... .ruiuau w v
f a few hours ago. How
thoughts parsed, through that mind,
working so busily under that jaunty
straw hat ?-Hojes and fears suc
ceetled each other in quick succes
sion, for she loved him now with all
her heart, as she had never dared to
love him licfore, for fear that her af
fection was not returned. At length
the silence was broken by Paul, with
the words :
"Y hat is there away out to sea
that so absorbs your
I was looking at that
annual losses of these Tofl-8 ,.
from $r,?00 to $10,100, ftt.hicJ.
the mean nr ?30,lJO0. On the basis
of the constant average amounts of
j deposit of $5:5,300,000 it is found
that the ratio of estimated loss to
creditors through the insolvency of
National Ranks has been from nearly
38 parts in $1,000,000 to TO parts in
$1000,000 of the constant deposits,
the mean being nearly 54 parts in
attention, Jen- j H.0O0,0O0. or the 1-1 8Cth part of 1
: jmt cent of such deposits, equivalent
learner and I lo ,n .
1 here is also inclosed a statement
the United States Treas-
rJ.v stj:i:i:t, samiusnr, j a.
f h w rva.tnM tt nmnuiatiun' nil kin u
U.;oS. SLKKillS. Ac.
W nil! iUi TwinjtK ntt.-n.l to
hut the LEST M ATEIil AL will he u.d. i
A 1.1. KK WAIMIAN'TKI). ,
rk dofie In the latest mil uioat a.i.r.ved
WEST POSSIBLK PRICES.
' Mnn h th.
I y jt;
uppose," she said, offering a chair
and extending her hand.
j lie took it, and holding it tightly,
Tl "Do.1C, TTI J j with his strange eves fixed on hers
LVery rOllCy HOlQer. with a gaze that stWdtoreacl, her
! very soul, replied :
' "Yea, I am a committee sent bv
FVXZJJ'?ttXlZ&l"" t father his garden of rosebuds
.unary lit.-rates. ! and carrv them to hi in."
s Oi., .n..u..lIra,u.entwilllnre,.,uIy..aj tnuh
Tw.. annual payments will insure you 4 year I flashed Upon her : but she knew that
and P.! .lu vs. .
Three annual ymenta will Insure you years j t lie only chance or satety Tor licrscir
""Pif; annual navment will Insure you 10 rear. l1 '' ' fXtn-UIC steadiness;
and ft day. i n.i the oiirit that had lowed all day
ltefore the dark shadow, rose up,
calm and majestic, to meet the fearful
She turned her face toward the
school, with herjiand on the bell, to
give the signal of dismissal. Would
they go? She took the tiny gold
watch from her belt, and found it to
u-iwfiinn flint I ler .n lu.nr.1 rr.imo.
" --0 - ..... .... , ..... . e . . 11.
au-nv from schools mill lii:iilinen ! lUTnisliClI )"
an(jJ' j urer, showing the total amount of
"Me ?" ; """" J entries as mey appear on the
"No, Paul, I did not say that." j ,,f th? Treasury of the United
"Well, I shall sail for Kuroiie in ! ' .lars iu "ffton, covering a pe
I j alxiut three months," he said
Vou, Paul ?
Shall vou miss) and that
line loss during these Hi tears was
The Xoratl Qawlltie of Br ISu
The New York Obtrrrrr, a relig
ious weekly, gives attention to the
brewers' convention which met in
that city last week. The Oiwrrrer
says: It was their twelfth annual
meeting to take sweet coiiscl and bit
ter beer together. Their hall is in
t....i.. i... t.. ...... v...i.. rr.k ; more
luiui; iiii iiu wi i i , ..I. i ui i v -unu I
street, aud was tastefully decorated.
Delegates from New
No wonder they
Aud these are
to heroes of
ponse in Octolx r will be magnificent.
Thirty thousand of a majority for the
Republican State ticket will be the
prelude to fifty thousand majority fr
Grant in November.
hate the man and They will choke a goose to deth
. - - l . I
tl... ,.ei-tl.e..,..rl. v.l...... their ... far - iuir.er man a iiaiK-r ot pins, aim
nua I. were em sbeil The civil Clinvthillg that will choke a goose to .... . T . ,
ous hopes were trusiKH. mi tin n .... ... i heu nuitc a voung man Tom Cor-
admini,tratio.i of (ieneral Grant has ueu ly i n on u e ,, m s..,.- ov, was ,.I,.eU-, a Wmlxr of the
, iK-en as successful and beneficial as tr u.ru., w M, toe w ov u, , cj.-nt-i-al Assembly of the State
ibis military career was cuieieut ana- ''-' . . . . Ohio and
the country - "
Look to plow the land ileepthen manure it
at the reduction of the taxes and the wen, men sprinkle tne oais an over
nml the rrountt, onetua place, then worry
decisive. When was
tirosocrous than now; loo a
Aairrlfe of Total ra lai.
early in the session he
brought a bill for the destruction of
the public whipping-post. He made
, e e . I
an earnest sueeen iu iavor oi me
, , , tm nt me rrounti, one iu a place, men worry . .- . it i
om New York. Newark, j public Uht at tht same tun. ami . , . , ' . - 'measure, to which an elderly mem-
NewRochelle Staten 11 ! lh,n M1 ermmMer, of what you ! tl" ground w itli drag allot.r it,, r,.,,i(.(i a.s follows: "Mr. Shaker,
.iw lvotiKiie, raun ii-.. ,...,,,,. ..,! . Where is the man then set up nites to keep the chickens , 1 , - . ,. 1 .
iton, Philadelphia, and ' ; U a an.I w.Mid'hueks out oV them, then ; the gentleinan is not as old as I am,
were i.resent. The!M,KL " h"?ton who has rt ndtn .1 ... and has not seen as much of the prac-
ittiiiv iiiviii tii tut i it i iu u Kiawic
AlvaaW i.itinJ tn.pa IkMiL-ntit Tl.s. I 1
u,m 1,u,n v , - k Kraait tlioni tosrrttH'r with a trad v ' "
President of th. National Association. . jj jiu,, ;,n Grant Naine h if then rake the.ntogether with a rake . lrUon tl
Henry C ausen. in h is oncn ng ad- 11 ",un V' "' fant '. -Na "V . . 11 : .i i.:...i .k... ...?..i :.u .. i....i ! i-hment which wi
i low .stolen horse, or cut ud other an-
twrant against me woriu. ". ' ; ; . ... a real e-oo.1 thrash nr. and be al-
As to the second man on the ticket, j " -nus w,u. a Kn.ie, then : . , nd we never
he is well known to us , ow meru away in tne granary, then ! - .... -,,. ...
,.t v ).i;,,;., ii.. Ln-M it lor rais anu mice.
faithfully and efficiently from its or-! " ain t nothing but phun to raise
ganization. He is the very inearna- "J
tion of the genius or America. In
six annual payment will insure you
and 11 da vs.
; This Protection Applies to any Age,
And is cxpressi- s::id In every Policy.
; TH E APVAXTAtiEOE.Sl l'lI PIIU'mTIOX.
nod of 1 1 i years from the 30th of
going to Europe and! Juno' 18fi1' t0 the St h of January,
1S7 it liau CAiOAu linf M-,m . Ana
"Yf to Kurojx.
"Miss vou ? Of course I shall." I sl,PhtIy in excess of $55,000 ($55,
"What! Are these tears for'0''7)' t,,e ,OSH ,Mi,,o hss than one
IIH, ' j ten-thousandth jiart of one per cent,
And he gathered the little sobbing! or ,,'ss tU&a l in $1,000,000 of money
f.irni once more to his heart , but still i transaction , ! '
there was no reply to his question.
The little waves were fondly caress
ing the tired sands on the shore, andj
the sand piiier calling her little ones. Nearly a quarter of aaentury ago,
home, but still she was silent. the Legislature of New York eiiaefed
"Jennie, dearest Jennie, tell me if a law imposing a capitation tax upon
you love me," he repeated. j immigrants arriving from Europe and
"Yes, Paul, I love you with all my . landing at Quarantine. A question
heart and all my soul." I tvas raised in respect to the constitu-
-iiu win 3 ou marry me oar-1 tiomility of this law, and the case
lin'S was ultimately taken to the Supreme
"Oh, how can I? You are so. Court of the -United States. Mr.
wealthy and I only a poor school j Seward made the argument on one
teacher. It would not be right, and! side and John Van Itm-en nr. th
jjvfcu Vmm Karea auid Chief Jala tire
the system of pun-
.... ": l.
- . ., ..... . . ... , ' iiimeiiL vvuicu ur uoue lo auou.-u.
dress-referred to the rapid increase of! V ""'W n w, ? X? . YC" ZVZZu. T. ! i When I lived in Connecticut, if a fel-
the brewing interest in the United ! h,m rresiueni. VlllnoT Ii u I '.TZ,"' .
States, the revenue from which Laai"an is to .f und tien I an, .or ; - - - - V""itics, we used to tie him up and give
ir a., rn m.r. ,.,. . . tirani acaiii.-i inc w oriu. i . r
.ncreascu irom t t.ouo.ooo in to . .... : 1, ends . with a
$6,600,000 in 1870, and $7,800,000 in
1771, with a fair prospect that the 1 7 ".'1on
1 n-.ll r,. nntl
ui v n II 3 I. Ml aVIIKI J I IITT I . L
est part of tho current exiHnses of the
government The breweries in the
United States number now over three
thousand, with a capital of $100,000,
OQO giving employment to thousands
of people, and consuming over twen
ty-three millions of bushels of barley 1
with eighteen million pounds of hops!
which require for their cultivation !
over a million of acres and give work !
in lli.tlt.in.. Id fif f:.ntipr.z Tliid limn.!. '
of trade should, therefore, In- encour-1 w,llU , ,sl,nnf l1?1,0" "M. K'.: The fact is never di.-puted that the i
aged by the government, and all laws ! P'. .,ul .to h,,s eternal honor be it sanh t 0(W yf tl.ni,K.ranei. are I
tending to olstruct it should be "iat in tne oat s oi nis prosperity ne i i.publicans. and whether they are
pealed. From a small beginning, I "as nfv'r !or a momeni iorgonen induced bv Hepublicans, to be sober
contemporaneous with the advent of j 'at; " lverty or ceased to la-1 mpn or arc iP1,Uol;cftn)J M.CU)S. tbCy
the English settlers, the use of malt ' ll,elr ' al,,m Ulm prosperity . . are temierance men, we do not pro-
i tl (...iv u-n (...llont iiiu.ii ti'liattliit I: . v 1 - . .. 'I
liquors has become familiar with our ,"' " " "... , . : Po"0 to discuss, but the fact, as we
native born as well as foreign citizens, ! P" Vny nas ac. oinpi.sue.i since sUte ft a,,llitu.j ,v ttll who
and lager beer has. in a measure, sun- rgaiiizanoii, w e tnat u en ie thc maM attention. Now,
7 . " ........1 V. ..tl...a.1.... ..f ... Il-.ll. '
trong iK-er and spirituous I""""- -'".... ...... good can temperance men hope t
liquors. The consumption of ardent 1 1,1 11 " ra"-,1 l" u,'-'"r 'a U""L w ' complish, by running an independent I
spirits has decreased from 1800 to: ''" 1 " ! ticket for Governor, Supreme Judge
18C7, asproven by temperance sources, ; kln:'' x? " principle aUll Au,iitr tJeneral ? The most
I". ' r: .." r ... ,i.....k..i....,.: :..;saw an
Ueis an old wildier in thc cause -.IV " --Jf -ir"S : wavof .ttia riJ of the rogues
that was ever tried, without cxjiense
to the State." Mr. Cor win, who
never failed to carry his point by a
joke, if the argument was against
him, only made the brief reply: "Mr.
Speaker, I have often been puzzled
to account for the vast emigration
from Connecticut to the West, but
the gentleman last up has explained
it to my satisfaction." It is almost
needless to say that Mr. Corwin's bill
passed by an overwhelming majority.
uue oi the oest ways to raise a
sure crop of oats and to get a good
price for the crop fs tew feed about
rooster suddenly, then se'.' the rooster
no other soil under heaven could such
m i.lo nt tuL'. rn.it nml fl.i.irih lt.rn
and nurtured in poverty, .obseuritv r,,ur quarts of them tew
nnrt rl.-sit Tf ntiiiii evmrieiicin'r iir his
own iTson all the hardships and pri-! f,,r -5 "'"' a P"""'1 l-rop an.l all.
vations incident to such a condition,
. , ,, . . 4 Tb Tritapraiae Htmt Ticket.
he knows well how to sympathize r
that in the days of his prosperity he
has never for a moment forgotten his ;
F e.rt;ery byaLlltlt bMy.
uearly 37 JK-r cent; for though the f JstiityiiHTi ami ecpiaiut . i ei , visionury adherent of that good cause,
amount of sales has liecii doubled,;1'" '.' """"""? " " does not exju-ct to elect any of these
the price has been increased three P11"'"'',1- 1 '":r'' ari" 1n,a"-v !r(?vi'rn:' candidates, and, therefore, everv vote
This result is not the conse-i ""'""!' for the temperance State ticket, cast
; mental questions to ne
. .. .. ... .
quence of temperance efforts. , " 0,n"'r 1 comiK-ieui to toe tab ; ,)V a i;cpi,ijii(.ai,f is ;ust w nulch ;
The speaker then went back to the 1 a"w' ui' " !'u n Vi J favor of the Democratic ticket, and a
history of the ancient Egyptians and ,w,K'n lMtwI Jfai,ni,t the broken direct blow at the Republican noni-
Persians, showing that as long ago, """" r-.';-""-! mees. The intelligent Republican
. . OCT. ...,1. ,1... i.....ll.fr..... on, I vi.li... ..f ... . c: .
as nineteen hundred ami tuxtv Years
Itcfore thc Christian era, barley w ine
was mentioned; and following the
history of brewing up to the present
day, claimed that the use of lieer had j
become a necessity ior 1110 lK-opie 111 - , , ' - - -- , nieni, oecause tnev hoie to accoin-
all the northern and middle portions !"' nna. u seems w ue me contu-, ,ish UyQ TC)iulu tlim.,)V nanioIV(
if all kind. He eap lul to l.uy
adv the trenuine.
Si-alcs rewircd prom. .Iv.
Ais. Itii;i;aife Harrows'. Ware
Improve! M'MH V drawers Jwe
A 1 KHA Nli'S MlihSE . ..
PC s.-cn,d Av.'iiu... Pit'.urir.
lie only half-past three. No, they
would linger to ask innumerable ques- j your parents would not like it.' i other The trial attracted ennxi.l. r
; tions; the earliness of the hour would "It would le right, and my parents ,t. interest, not so much from thc im
iJrS&3! OieThireTJ'te ! ""T" them and excite his suspicion, j would like nothing letter than to see ! portance of the question involved as
hi.uriuvt'..iiniMnt l'i.tti..l.l Mmks for At .sal Turn ii.fr ti. i ti. !. II .ru istr..nfr,.r iilu ! .1 ie liii.i m lk.rfit 1 v no til.v " ' C- l .. i ....
I .L.;oo(. io.i. 'u-i, .....,.. n " ' i .. --n." . . iiroiu me repuiairon ami 1101 i cai po-
... , ..... . j. . -r.,..ir I.,., I iuihf nmi. in. .1... r,..,.l I .r .. -
Kle up to June ltn. m. ............. ....... MIIOI1 OI llie OPDOSlUg COUIlSel
'Yes, I understand your mission
!!YSK'IA AND Sl lLON.
LAV ANSVILLE. PA.
VNOI.DS, ST KEN .v CO.,
"Ip lte St. Charles Hotel.)
''! S ruetT. PiTTsitt noil. Pa.,
tier T ()iiceiivarr and Manufac
turers of Glassware.
"u n r-iu.l i- pn re.l to nianufa.'tiire all
AND SHEET IP.ON WAKE.
i!ly .41 hnd a rnpplv .h eopja r and l.rass
Hull uia. au 1 all kiu.ls ot
mim' I itri.Ubiiig .'mmIm
That two vuieiits were made up to June Pali.
1k7I. that hedie.1 IMuln l.v.h, four m-otha after
' .. ... . I - ki. .
in i.oe.i ... ...4.. e io - R..ue.... . . . .1.1
l lie usual pnsna or deatn were torwameo" to tne ; it is iiiuim hits unit- iion,uui mev
U'i.nny. ami the lull amount ol tl poller. lea ' ,,.:il ... in fr.xh nn.1 !riv-!(sr.r.itH "
I the two quarterly pavment due at tier time of bla ; w ,U u,mC m ,r ' " anU "l IfffratCfl.
I death, was paid to me hy their (Ieneral A rent in Then ffoillg to SOIlie of the older
Philadelphia. W. Ii. tin. res. at their ..Utce. S. W.
: eoruert 'best nut ami Eleventh Streeta.
i (Siifne.t) NETTIE THMPS(JN.
' W. H. tlreene. late .rf New Yk. Insured a lew
; years stnee in the Kerkshire IJIe lnsuram tv.m
I iaiir l.a-rviio: hii owina- to misfortune in husl
I im-ss was unal.le to make an uavment In the
Tl-' ounnr imr year and bve nioottia in-lor to ; faet'
schollars, under pretense of examin
ing their look and writings, wrote a
short command in each one.. Her
step was steady aud firm, antl her
showed no signs of the terrible
Mr. Seward was a Senator in Con
gress, and the great Whig leader of
They had nearly reached the road '
which led from the leaeh to the Ash-'
ton place, when Jennie said : 1
"ou are not really going to Eu-j the State; while Van Ruren was the
rojie, are you ? I should lie afraid most brilliant orator and most popu
without you now, Paul, and I feel so ; lar man on the Democratic side. Thev
were rivals at the bar, Having then
safe to have vou near."
"Yes, he replied, "on
in v wedding:
i .. aia.e mis hbt pal, taivueew. . ... . ... t
rv om..: the'.,,.,,!.--! Aroadway. comer ' conflict that wasraguig within, as she ;
j " There is but
Ad wli tier says:
one response to Mr.
ol liamcers street), three thousand two hundred .... 1 .1...1-
I .... nl.frln..!..!! ..... . .. . .. I ; ICllll IU .1 lS i...: V.V---
iiiSWirllww,te,",,"sr- h ,,ow .w,,,"-v ,,,rart ,Mat un-jSu'miers sech ai.iong his constitu-, lmt,ize(1 with Seward, while th D'em-
J. H. FK K WIS4TS lT tne oaiuiv iiitisiiu mms oi iier;"lii .- ....im..n..-.i vou
recently leen engaged in the trial of
the negro murderer Freeman, at Au
burn, during which there had been
much sharp altercation between them.
The Whigs in Congress warmly sym
New York. March llth. '70.
Head the Following
t la I HI H I'nld. .1... shut the door on them. Thev
j were safe at least Now she must
,. ., ; face danger, tierhaps death, alone.
Jaine J.4ce. New Y ork 1tv. 41.0U0. iiaTmrnt ' " ' 1 1
I overdue 4 months. ' i I lie man, lieast, or devil, whichev-
Ji, rdue1ir.mb.L,arak,;',,3 ly j "'t K hadgone to the stove,
vit. 4t. ii. Hart, t'hhans iii,aj.ooo, iymeut taken out an old lMjcket-kiiite. anI
stooa drawing it up and down the
. ocrats were equally active and zeal
ous iu encouraging Van Buren. The
h r , st,
iu hi line, stoip one d.s.r west of
re, Alaiu mn-ct. Somerset. Pa.
OLE, I5P.OOKS .V CO.,
uce Commissinn Morrhmia
X'O. 4CAMPEV STIiEET.
S A I T tV lll'TTIMI
.. w4 ,,,, , j r.iv.
U'in.'saatri.'tlr iv. i..i..
u.l attention ueu
.!. M ll.J.l. j . .
. u .. ..
"essrs. M Ii U . .
i,.. .. ...iiie. m 4, .Mevers
VTT- 'J" AlUlW.lt. Merlin
. waiiyn.. .
i-restdawl W eatsra Na.
71," .' ,"",k" lh.hlm...
' N'KW FLOUR MILL."
f Ei-ur Jlli: U.H, t4 U)t
'u "I'KXNISaix MILL."
of a . tl.
a.ith of S.urrM la
overdue 7 .maltha and 15 dava.
It. E. Misre. H. ".., Mass,
overdue i niontha ami 14 dava.
Janie II. Adair. New JUavsvllle.
.mvme.it overilue X mufitha mhI 7 dava.
bcruard tl'lira.ly. lk. tr.dt. Mich tn.0(s3, pay
mint overdue t vears. 10 mtaitlia and II ilaya.
J'H.c II. ttalnk. t itchl.unr. Mass., 41.0U0,
meut overtlue 3 year. 1 mooth ami 'I days.
X K UK 'H ILH A JI A KSH A I.L. Atrcnt.
June 12 '72. Souu-rset. I'a.
ELLIPTIC SEWING MACHINE
New Draw Feed,
superintendent, i dress as resiHuisivc to each success- dcmnation. j he Senator would
! ive tap of the bell, the rows of happy astonished, if anything could now as-! ar,ruIlients wec laborate and able
girls and boys tilled out ot the o,h i, v.-.is.. .,., at tne unan.m. y i opin- thc ilUpression being that thc Senator
.it or doorw-av. and. with a sigh of relief, 'on on this subject. He described a
. 1UJ tiki .ea aTaf M l.r At.i.imnn tl.nn I.. .
cnaraeur w men ucs no exist, j .e ,. but that yan Bur(.n was onc of
has painted in intense color, the por-! ,,, Ilirwt Mtl,rto;; :,.1e:.. ..i
tra.t of a la wless and incapable mag- 4.ffwlive advocates that had ever been
istrate, but nolnidy m-ogn.zes the lu.ard in the Court
likeness. In situations of great d.f- Ju(, T prosidl.jF one of thc
ficulties, requiring great ludgmentJ . ...i .1,1. ......
, . ; 1 .. i.l'"", iviiiiieu unu ume jutlges
, ledge of men, and a capaci v of , that cvw 8at on tho u e
u.K tin.t r, u. , rcmucu nas t,K, im-Hnatio,, of one8 idoa oi
rusty funnel for a few minutes, then
carefully feeling of the sharpened
blade with his long Iwiiy fingers.
The result seemed to please him, for
he broke into a low chuckle, which
extended into a horrid, mauiac.laugh;
then proceeded to walk back and forth
across the room. At length he
stopjied suddenly In-fore her and said :
"Why don't they come ?"
"Ifecause I have not rung the Im-11,"
she answered quietly.
"Ring it, then."
Aud again he resumed his walk.
Jennie May's heart thrilled with a
Time in ana mini, ii 1 Kliw Vbl. ih.l lll'W hotM". She WOllhl fro to the door
lul?ZZil,iT'a'', '"U'J uk" 4",,"u"" ; to ring the Ml, ami then run for her
Liirhtnea f ruunimc. life. Something in her manner
tj.se of Manaremei t. le-oiwrlit l.w ..Kiel.. ',... tl.n ,.n..A
vaiao-ltytou., the Work lieaulred. .-f.. ... ,
r raetaara from N4a. ami
A. UaUilty tn et out of Order.
We claim that tlw I.MPKIIVEH UXIPTIC
poaanwea all these rtnta. and that It I
horts of the old slave
, ' suit to tne intelligence ana virtue 01 ; tt..i....i .1...
the American people I eipI.s of bh pa-rtT can at onec
1hcn a great political party has ; date hp itultioil when confronted
lecoine so depraved that they feel ,,v plu.h facts The 1)elll0cracv t.n
there is no hope of reform suicide eulI.a th poI;til.0.u.I1 MTtLnci.inovc.
an . a we w.. .tK .1 a oiioK iinLik I .s v 1 , .
...a,, r-i..u., ...e..v... u. ..v. ;n.ntj iicaiisc thev hoie to
tue, and such seems to be tnecondi-!r.i:,h tn (WtJ- ti 'i...
of the gloW. The only tvav to j;. tion 01 the neniocraiie party ai brino; the caust of temiK-ranee to re-
minish intemperance, was to encour- 111 '; , . ! proach, and overwhelm the Republi-
agc the use of malt liquors. Miri- Ir a. opting Mr. (.rtH-ley as their ;cun ty in lisasU.r . iVo mlmit
urn trcmen had become more fre- ftan.lard-learer they deliberately ad- thei0 t0 thc. honwt t..Ilip..raiu.e
qucntin New Englaud, where thei""1 (,f thor are honest) that the man wha a j. ,.uU!cai , . ,nsij,.r.
use of lM-er is a crime, than in Ravar-' Pest, weakest most vacillating and i ation of wllit.h wiJ, at u(lw convilR.c
ia, where it wa.s fostered bV thc gov-. unct'rta,n Iq;ubliean is an improve-j him that h(t itl ht t( u U)a(U. a
ernment. The advocates .If prohibi- mcnt on nythinj to be found in their i t0l), ,JV l)itt(.P,.st on(.mv a(.tuallv to
tion have acted like irrational men. Pwn Pa".v- .iS.ut.u l us ST. our destroy his dearest and most cherish-
own noltie candidates as la-thlu ly as moraJ ani, ,itii.a, . . . Th
they have stood by the principles of . guccew of v, artv
Republicanism, ami our triiunph has always U-en regarded as an im-
''rta'"' i - u Alll ! M-diment"to lalxir and nmral reform ;
and he who votes against a Republi-
Tk. Deeirati..i r i-dcpe-.e-ce. t.an candidate for the humblest office
Mr. Jefferson used to relate, with in the gift of thu people, is sure to
nun h merriment, that the final sign-j give aid and comfort to the bitterest
won claims of respect which are not
forgotten by the country?- "The man
who captured Vicksburg and planned
the great movement by which thc re
hellitji was suppressed, does not lack!
e.tiier ao.i.ty or patriotism." .Mr . pluVlvc. oxtorior t
Sumner has deceived himself, and1 ....,.ott.t:
mini c.tta v.-ill I . .
i'a of the
where he leads, Massachusetts will
be the last State to follow."
for he sprang toward her with a de
"You've played me false ! They've
all gone and you shall die !"
The fearful words and gestures
j broke the sjk'11 which had upheld her
J heretofore. With one piercing shriek
And we aolidt an examination of it 1.... I She sprang Irolll him. BUd 'as be stood
ter.7t7m,",5r,to,'bo"', 1 m lhc d(orway, ran to the window;
uKtw i Fin. Ave.,nttrtr;h, p.. out ere sne could raise it, the maniac
genius of jurisprudence. He waa shy,
reserved in manner, ascetic in his
habits, a gloomy, forbidding-looking
man, resembling a monk of the mid
dle ages ; but under this cold and re-
there beat a warm
He was a literal
man, with no idea of a joke ; was
never satirical or ironical, and detest
ed a pun or a ouin as much as Dr.
Aoemtleman of a slightly irrita-j Johnson,
ble temper, called out loudly for some j The day the argument was closed,
hot water from his bedroom, and was Van Ruren contrived to fall in coin
unanswered. Seizing a small bureau, pany with the. Chief Justice in com
hc shoved it before him to the head of! ing'dowu the avenue of the Cnnitnl
the stairs, and scut it whirling, end ! John had a degree of coolness and
over end, to thc hall below. The crash wlf-jiosscssion under all circumstances
was loud enough to bring out mother! that nothing ever disturbed. With
daughter and all the servants. The an airy, jaunty manner, that would
head of the family was seated at the have been offensive in anybody else,
top of tho stairs, elbows on knees, but which he made w inniirg and at-l-hin
resting iu hands. , tractive, he addressed the aged jurist:
"Oh, father 1 what is thc matter V'i "I was much flattered, Mr. Chief
asked thc frightened daughter. j Justice at tho gracious attention with
"Matter said the old man, "why, j which you listened to my poor effort
here I have been a callin' and callin'j in behalf of the suffering immigrants
for yer nigh on an hour, and now I've j at Quarantine." Mr. Taney made a
telegraphed for yer, that's all." I fitting response, and Van Ruren cool-
for they advocated laws tending to
wards thc old feudal system, and iu
stead of preventing crime, encourag
ed it in a great measure by hypocracy.
Aside from this asjKct, "the attempt
to ruin a prosperous branch of in
dustry in which a large capital is in
vested, should be discouraged by
every thinking man antl lover of lil
crty, for the principle of free trade
and manufacture would be impaired.
During last year Pennsylvania hail
passed a "local option law," after the
Supreme Court of Iowa had declared
such a law unconstitutional. Wis
consin has passed a prohibitory act,
while in Missouri antl New Jersey
local option bills were defeated. New
lorkhas passed an amended local
option bill, ami iu Illinois the Ohio
temperance bill has passed. In Mas
sachusetts the question of permitting
the sale of malt liquors was submit
ted to the jicople, and sale was per
mitted by a vote of one hundred and
nine townships against fifty-three.
These acts, he said, must necessarily
demoralize the people, and thc trade
should adopt measures to stay thc
progress of fanaticism in this coun
try. Thc influence ef the brewers,
belonging to both political parties,
was great, and they should use it in
thc right direction. The issue; in a
measure, had liecoine a political one,
and should be treated as such.
The statistics here presented by the
Rrewers' President are interesting
and iiMiMirtant, but we are not of
those who believe that beer promotes
temperance. The use of light wines
in warm climates is undoubtedly fa
vorable, as it is the substitute for
something stronger, but in such a
climate as ours, U-er is the foretaste
of brandy; and then conies the other
bier, which takes thc victim to thc
An old woman entered the refresh
ment room at tho dcjKit in Spring
field, Mass., thc other day, and said
that she had left her parasol on the
settee. After the attcudans had spent
some time looking for the lost article,
the old lady said she had left it there
"just three years ago last Fouth of Ju
ly, "and was very much astounded
to see every body drop the search
with a laugh.
ingot the I'cciaratmn ot independ
ence was hastened by an absurdly
trival cause. Near the hal in which
the debates were then held was a
livery stable, from which swarms of
flies came into the open windows and
assailed the silk-stockinged legs of
honorable members. Handkerchief
in hand they lashed the flies with
such vigor as they could command on
a Julv afternoon; but the annoyance
liecaine at length so extreme as
opponents which soeial progress and
true political and moral reform have
ever had in this country.
The Green Ray, Wis., Gazette
says: A little Ivoy-by the name of
Schmidt obtained a baak check upon
the Rank of omnierce, and filled it
out for $400, payable to his uncle,
forging thc signature of Anton
Klatise. He presented the check at
the bank for payment, saying his
uncle had sent him to get it cashed.
Thc check was apparently a genuine
one, but the officers of the bank mis
trusted that something was wrong,
and stepped out to make inquiries.
Thc loy concluded to step out too,
ami did it so effectually that he was
not found until late in the evening.
This precocious scamp is scarcely
twelve years old. but he carried out
his rascality-with the shrewdness and
manner of a veteran. When examin
ed he at first stoutly denied ac
knowledge of the transaction, but
finally confessed the whole.
The following deserved compliment
is from the Kittanning Jit-jjuUiran of
As Pennsylvania, by a recent act
of Congress, is entitled to an addi
tional Congressman, the duty of sc-
lecting another Congressman at large
will devolve ujHn the State Central
Committee, aud we know of no gen
tleman letter fitted for the position.
than the Hon. P. C. Shannon, of Al
legheny count v.
How .ttaracillea'.Waa Havre by 1'aalteal
rentier them impatient of delav, and
they made haste to bring the momen
tous business to a close. A fter such
a long and severe strain upon their
minds, members seem to have indulg
ed iu many a jocular observation as
they stood around the table. Tradi
tion has it that when John Hancock
had affixed his magnificent signature
to the paper he said; "There, John
Rull may read my name without
spectacles !"' Tradition, also, will
never relinquish the pleasure of re-
The achievmcnt of the United
States squadron at Marseilles, France,
is causing a good deal of comment
abroad. That citv and a thousand
to merchant ships were actually saved
from destruction by the discipline.
skill and intrepidity ofthe officers and
The squadron, consisting of the
Wabash, Congress, Rrooklvn, Ply
mouth, Shenandoah, Juniata, and
Wachusett, under the command of
Admiral Alden, lay in the NajKileon
Rasin, amid innumerable merchant
men of every description and from
every nation. Shortly after midnight
an explosion startled the city, follow
ed by fire and dense clouds of heavy
The Retirinc. ConnellsvilleOf-
FICERS Ex-I'KESIPENT II 10 HART AM.
Secretary Page in New Fields.
The Pittsburg Erenlwi Leadrr of
Monday says :
Thc people are already aware of
the fact that the Ralthnore manage
ment of the Pittsburg, Washington
antl Raltimore railway have ousted
the management of the Connellsville
line for the purpose of making room
for their own men or rather the ac
tions of the Raltimcre and Ohio uieu.
jho had bought up a controlling in
terest in the Lonncllsville line were so
obnoxious to the latter that they han
ded in their chips. The retiring of
ficers of thc Connelsville road, how
ever, ar not to remain idle. Ex
President Hughart has received the
appointment of receiver on the Mem
phis and Charleston ralroad, quite a
big organization, whose line extend.-
from Memphis, Tennessee, to Charles
ton, South Carolina. Mr. Hughart
leaves to-day for his new field of labor.
Ex-secretary Page, we understand,
has also been offered an appointment
on another mad.
pcating that, when Mr. Hancock re-: smoke, which issued from an Italian
minded the members of the necessity j ship just arrived from Philadelphia
of hanging together. Dr. Franklin was with a cargo of itctrolcum. The na-
Heister Cltmer succeeds Wal
lace as Chairman of the Democratic
Stilt.. EYeciitiv. ''...i.tiitM.... Ia i j
lure ot tne uanger soon . ee.me ell to know that Clvmcr is ued to
dent, and it seemed impossible to ,,ire-, Wuk11 ,!olitil.ailv
t out the spreading of the fire from -
ship to ship, as they lay m such a
mass, and a general conflagration
seemed imminent, for the houses e.-
readv with his "Yes, we must indeed
all hang together, or else, most assur
edly, w e 'shall all hang separately."
Ami this mat' have suggested to the
portly Harrison a "luxurious, heavy
gentleman." as John Adams described
him his remark to slender Eldridge , tended down to the w harl on every
Gerry, that when the hanging came side. No city of France has the
he should have the advantage, for j means to extinguish a great fire, and
poor Gerry would be kicking in thei hence the jicople gathered, conteui
air long after it was all over with j plating the scene in panic-stricken,
himself. French critics censure j fascinated horror.
Shakspeare for mingling buffoonery j Presently a well-manned Iwat came
with scenes of the deepest tragic in-! from the part ofthe basin illuminated
terest. Ttnt lierp we find on a uf the : bv the blaze and nulled directly to-i
most important assemblies ever con-! w ard the burning ship. This wasj The chasm that swallowed up. wit
vened, at the supreme moment of its .soon followed bv another, then a third ; Sarcasm.
existence, while performing thc act; ten, twenty, all the boats of the girl has a
w hich gives its rank among dcliber-t American squdron. A moment later L,c in a belle.
ate lodies, cracking jokes, aud hurry- men were seen on the deck ofthe
ing up to the table to sign, in order to i burning hip. The silence ofthe peo-
get away from the flies. It is pre- pie on the shore was such that they
cisely bo that Shakspeare would have could hear, through the smothered
imagined the scene. I roar and crackle of the fire, the word
The spendthrift's prayer "Leave
me a-loan, w ill you ?"
Step on an orange jn-el if you w i.h
to make a quick trip.
The favorite song of the Siamese
Tw ins is, "We were' Roys Together."
Maids of honor those who do not
ringing laugh when
A theatrical expression a change
f of scene.
What single State will Mrs. Wood
hull be sure to carrv ?" Tennie C."