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A JAM OP WOOD RAISIIPIO.
"les no Joking matter, - Ar. Albtire,"
said demima Pendexter.
"Of course it isn't, Jemima," said Mr.
Allaire, rather more soberly them he bad
spoken before. "But if you wine to that,
isn't it a deal jollier, and just as Cheap, to
laugh as to cry?" -
Jemima Pendeltter Wig `.4t Mll,
blaong brunette, - With dark -brown
e yes, h air satin black, and a healthy bloom
ot , either cheek, and her green gingham
dress fitted her as perfectly as if a Broad.
way modiste had cut and made it. Per.
dinand Allaire was a handsome plum
fellow of some five or six and twenty,
whose dark eyes sent out roguish gleams
from beneath a pair of arched brows, and
w hose teeth were as white as a fresh-cut
slice of cocoanut.
"But mother wants the money," Per
sisted Miss Pendexter.
"Not half so badly as I do, Jemtma."
It's Too bad," pouted Jemtms.
"So it is. -- But really, Jemime, don't
ru suppose I would pay her in a minute
if I had the money ? If. For lam not a
magician whose word can turn a basket
o f scr ap paper to bank notes, or make
coined gold out of the cinders under the
"That is nonsense," mid Miss Pendex.
"Neourse it is. Sense is at a discount
just at present. Look at this pile of man
uscript, if you don't believe me, that no
editor wi,l buy; see those elegant oil
paintings that De Beaudin declines re
spectfully to hang up for ,sale ! What's a
fellow to do ?"
dAt least," said Jemima, tossing her
handsome head, "yon ought to pay your
honest debts !"
"I know that, my dear," said Mr. Al
gravely. "And I've written seven
earnestly entreating lettere to my hard
hearted old uncle, and of the seven an
swers that ought to ha ye COMO back, the
first one hasn't made it appearance yet.
Jemima, I've and idea."
"Pshaw !" saiti Miss Pendexter, trying
to maintain severe gravity of aspect that
wa. , rapidly thawing beneath the merry
sparkle of the sloe -black eyes.
"But I have, really. Suppose you take
me in part payment of my bill to Mrs.
Pendexter. Pbelieve I have the elements
of a first-rate husband about me."
3liss Jemima turned resolutely away.
"Mr. Allaire, I believe you'd joke i
you were upon youi dying bed !"
And she went down stairs.
"A man might do worse than to marry
Jemima Pendexter," said- Mr. Allaire,
meditatively. "She's pretty, and she is
spirited; and as for her mother 'keeping a
boarding house, that'sna:Particalar ob
jection in my eyes. Halloii ! what's that
commotion outside ?"
He threw up the window sash and
Acetched himself half way out. Mrs.
Pcndexter, a stout, thrifty matron, in a
frilled cap and lilac ribbons, was bargain
lag with a ragged itinerant of the gipsy
order to have a load of wood, which had
just been deposited at her door, sawed and
split, and stowed into the cellar.
"Couldn't do it for less than four dol
lars, mem," said the Bohemian of the
"It isn't worth three!" cried Mrs . Pen-
" Worst kind o' knotty wood, mem."
"I won't give you more than three,"
persisted Mrs. Pendexter.
"Ferry well, it'll be to somebody be
des,me," said the man, shouti . ering his
ate and pas Sing indifferently,on.
He suppose 1 Mrs Pendexter would call
back and accede to his terms, but he
was mistaken in the buxom widow's men
-1,41 calibre. She was turning in doors
when, to her surprise, she found
herself confronting Mr. Ferdinand Allaire
;s shirt sleeves.
"I'm your man, ma'am !" said he rut,-
b::14 his white palms briskly together.
"‘lv goodness, gracious !" ejaculated
the wil , )w, - what do you mean, Mr. AI.
'I mean that little job of wood-saw
:Liz said our hero. "Bring on your axe
;:w. I'll do it for three dollars, and
turn it in toward our small account. Now
I Len, ma'am, wide awake, if you please !"
'But—l beg your pardon, Mr. Allaire,
please, you're a gentleman !"
"Very well, what of „that? Is there
to prevent a gentleman split
tin` up a cord of wood ? A great deal
2 ,, re strengthening to the muscles of the
m . ,r, than ,damb-belis and Indian' clubs,
Are Yee, really in earnest ?"
Y"F, I am- -
And then Mrs. Pendexter, seeing no
:1- 'n why she should not realize a por
' at least of the back board of her third
•t r‘ bedroom in this practical manner,
rj: - .1,-_!k, the errand boy, down after the
.Iy.e and saw, and Hr. Ferdinand Allaire
brlskly to work, whistling "Banks and
Braes" most energetically as he toiled.
Miss Jiiminpt came and looked out of
windpw, her ayes shining merry en
c.)uragemertt,-aid I:nisei:ll6l7°ns mouth
framing itself in dimples, Miss Lavinia
haei, the elderly maiden lady who, ric
copied the back parlor, parsed up 'her
lips and wondered "what ridiculous freak
that madcap of a Mr. Allaire wonid be up
to next?" YouniJessamy, of the Occi
dea,al Club, nearly got run over staring
back in amazement at seeing
at Work; and 'Miss Adele Maurice with
"whom be bad led the German,, three
nightt, before—for our hero was called a
`'society young man—stared with all eyes,
and like the priest and Levite in the par,
able : pissed by - on the other side.
"Let her go," said Mr. Atlaire to him.
self; !!what do I care,r ,
Bat as ao Open:bareuche rolled by, and
stick of viciously minded wood spun
frourthe rending stroke of the axe
rectly into the velvet Cushioned seat, op.
polite a tall, white-haired old man, who,
sat there in dignified state, our he:o IQok
ed up apologetically.
"I begiour pardon, sir,—l didn't mean
—" he began politely.
And then be stopped in amazement.
It wan Mr. Laurence Atkin, the very
grim old uncle who had relused Ile coun
tenance the unreakTable nephew who
who presumed to preter literature and
betlerkitra to a seakln the banking house
of Allaire & Algrove.
"Now I'm done for; past all redemp-
tion," groaned Kr. Ferdinand to himself:
"Uncle Laurence waaquite angry enough
with me before, but now he'll have a test
to preach a sermon that will last tam the
rest of his life. The prodigal eating
husks--the Israelites making bricks in a
land of captivity. told you so, and it
serves the young scapegrace right' Niw
what evil genius sent tay, uncle lAurence
down this street just now, of all times Is
the world II lie cat me out of his will
three months ago; now be will add a sp r
cial clause of obloquy and disgrace.
Well, I can't help it."l
011 Mr. Allaire had opened his keen
blue eyes very wide at the unwonted
sight of his aristocratic nephew splitting
wood; but = it had not produced exactly
the effect upon him which Ferdinand se
darkly prophesied. lite sat up straight as
ever in his carriage, gtsvely meditating.
"Stokes!" said he this coachman.
"Sit ?" said Stokes.
"Didn't know the boy bad so mach
pluck in him," said Mr. Laurence Allelic
to himself, stroking his frost-white mut
trche. "The only relative I've in the
world, after all; no use in making an ob.
stinate old stage uncle of myself. Pen
"Yea, sir," said the lawyer, from his ,
leather covered clOr, as Mr. dilate
walked into a stuffy little office, smelling
of law books and Azle cigar smoke. .
"I want my will restored tOitil original
Mr. Pennawinks elevated his shaggy
gray brows, but had no other sign of
amazement. Na admirari was his motto
in legal matters.
"Very we 1, sir. I'll bring it round to
morrow," he answered.
-No, yOu'll not You'll not. You'll do
it now,wbile lam waiting. Now is the
accepted time for* men like you and
"Exactly sn," said Mr. Pennawinks.
"Sn Mr. Feadinand has reformed ?"
"Well—no—l can't say that exactly,"
said the old banker stiffly. "But there's
more genuine stuff in the lad than I bad
any idea of. I shall invite him to dinnef
But Mr. Allaire had issued his last in
"Apoplexy," said one doctor.
"Heart disease," said a , (kwnd.
"Paralysis," —clearly paralysis," assert•
ed a third.
And Ferdinand Allaire heard the news
just as he was buttoning on his gold cuff
studs, after finishing the job of kindling
wood—the best job, had be known it, that
ever he undertook in his life. His uncle
Laurence was dead, and he was the heir.
"Jemima," satd'Mr. Allaire, composed
ly walking into the dining room where
the pretty Jemima was polishing goblets.
"I'm going away."
"I've heard it all, and its like a story
paper exactly. Who cou'd have thought
things were going to turn out so! Not
I, certainly !"
"Nor I," said Mr. Allaire. "Jemima ?"
"Nrell." said Jemima, surveying a flaw
in the glass of one special chalice, with
dyes full of resolutely repressed tears.
.'You wouldn't take me this morning,
when I offered myself to you."
"Of course that was all nonsense," ssid
"It might have been none-nee then,"
said Ferdinand, "bnt it's sober earnest
now. I can keep a wife decently now.
Jemima, will you have me ?"
"Yes I will," said Jemlma, laughing
and crying at the same time.
And that was what c-tme of Ferdinand
Allaira's job of wood sawing.
A GREAT many people are apt to hit on
happy ideas in society, and when they go
home they write them out for publication,
and most of these good people know how
hard it is to begin an article satisfac
torily. A word to them: Commence
with your very finest writing and most
beautifully rounded : ntences. Introduce
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be poetical, rhetorical, didactic, as your
mood may be, and when you think fit,
gradually drop into the discussion a - the
- subject-matter. 'When the article is fin
ished, begin at the open ing_sentence, and.
read it until you find you have com
menced to say something to the point.
Stop at this place; strike Tout everything
before it, and let your article begin just
there. You w'll then probably find that
if opens well, and that by collecting_all
your labored (=position- in one place
where it can be readily stricken out, you
will have saved yourself all the trouble
that would have beeh r.ecessary had it
been scattered through tha,article,",
A ItAli has been recommended in et
ernising sehOcilthildien;Olet each child
reai,a paragraph fronts? current current: n
p~cy_ add itter~ratd to etplabi
allusions to events or persona it may con.
Pomiet a (near_fit. Clair llotel).PittabimM,
Strlnsire Agents toe Ailegung Bearer lied
Lamina counties of the Lads ettbli A. T. ai Ban
ta re ft. B.: (can give tickets at reduced rates to
go and see these Loft) alas lands of Union N
elda-end Iron II Art. Railroads. Rave over SO
Isms for sale. - toil/ st either ears and examine
our register. - 'Weolkrforeide the following prop
2toane etc iatty P located Arm, situate in North 13e
scrwanift uma Omit y. toe salt. • Cos
tal' terse. nee on annoy. New Castle and
Botilhton roads, so sale Norma, halms to do*
her. otClak. Med. Chestnut, he.; am
all be machines& soli is My mredan
live, excellent r grain or pest • kind lies un
dolottod_ _ C 904 lIPMIPSH one Ms • underlaid
with oass, =maw and or geed sand aid Whi
stone; fence* ars rail mad beard, in good con.
good ainhard - otappin. punt im aim its.
Agues of chides - link games. iihrabbery, ht. Is.
provearsats eintumuimi tame
sit rooms. good aneroid lignilan, smoke Muse,
eon nth, new ben 1100111 het, steno mats* balsa,
saw am, MINN II Mos
Biletitati Um aid ` from thelins et "M . as and cu.
cage Rallroad. Prise
A GOOD DAISY. MOM OA (MIA ALM
la Jig Deaver towaship, Dwelt mat", esa
=about 14h anne-ent "bid LW acres are
It scree lief batten teat: SO scree is oak
timber: beaus et dared last, gestlirollig
all nadir ewes. es the P. PL W. aC. HaloW •
buldtag on a good Smash* road amo.intif mile
from Homewood states ; serfs list due sad all
au be waded by mobilaell. Impeirveseats, one
mewl, weetbst-beended laghease at l room, two
stories Met, versada s s fuss Mhos, with
pleasant sarroudiags, earn sew Mao
bus of 4 roans, poetise Infest ; a good cellar ;
spring of water sat .waU dos to house • , oae sew
bank bar% with stone fooadatlon„ 4WD, with
plenty of Malang fa bones sad claws ; onra crib,
snooks house. mai all nasal oatballdlagik a
rate orchard (Ovation kinds of trait trees la rod
bearing condition. dd a young embard. This plaice
is la a planue part Inf tke county, silk eve-
T 7 sirs nodmg °Wet to make It agreeable sad at
tractive, and la ahnit-class Stan ra a good asigb
borbood, elms* 'doe*
_ditches. post -cake sad
mtbdtvide tract if desired by tee
parclusor. for sale. Price. ISO pet ame, is p ay .
ansoli. Guile S. eCrosAy, owner.
N 0.711. ,
A SPLENDID 'GAMIN OB DAIRY PAM
coat/dams about 1113 acres, of wille4l acre. Sr.
cleared and under a blab state of culttvagoa, wall
fenced, mostly post and rail, and is splendid order;
tan springs on tba place, two orchards costaintan
110 apple and 100 wadi tines, bead in and In food
condition; about IT acres of the beat quality of
thaber; a good frame bars I*, with dahlia*
underneath: • new has stable 16d0 a my corn
crib, a good frame haus arbour rooms and
a good milk bones, an excellent encimod garden
patch; plenty of small trait such as cherries, plum
qatnces, grapes. Le. Near to a sew school loam.
1% miles from Indiums on the 11 P. ltaliroad.
rood roads to station Tim soil le good sad the
bra Is well adapted to dairy or stock parpopss.
and is emesidered ape of the beat. OW
sae, in_payments. ?oak Owasr
EN T RP SALOON AND
.'FL RAT AND AMT.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Igo. 19 SEEM BT., OM St. Clatej
blOll-1y NSAL McCALLION
H OLLIDAYSBURG SEMINARY,
REV. JOS. WAUGH, Principal.
1. A Christian home.
2. Thorough and saccessfal teachers.
3. Philosophical and Chemical apparatus, Maps
4. Thorough teaching In Music. Good Pianos.
5. Rooms large and cheerful. Ventilation per
54. Gymnasticts without extra charge. Gymna
sium. and ample grounds. beitutifal scenery and
opportunities fo w r a r t t e rling. flatting &c.
Puresoft Bith-room for ,pupils.
8. Admirable location., Entire freedom frOm
smoke. nobstrand duet.
9, Near to variommtinrches.
10. Gaslight—no danger from limos.
11. Weekly class In Etiottettesuid Propriety.
School year betizus Septembar 10. 1878.
Boarding. Tuition. Fuel. Gas and faintshed,risom
for school year $2OO to $250. septLl-lm
INSTANT RELIEF FOR THE
Any person troubled with that terrible disease
will receive immediate and complete relief by us
- twits afiticte&with it for twelve years. entirely
unfitting me for business for weeks at a time; and
discovered this remedy by experimenting on my
self after all other medicinta failed to have any
I WILL WARRA. NTRELIEF IT TO GIVE INSTANT
n all eases of Asthma not complicated with other
ANY PERSON AFTER ONCE USING WILL
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Pamphlets containing certificates by mail FREE,
FOR SALE BY
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T. G. Waddle, Nol,viirighton.
W. Gilliland. New Brighton.
H. T. McGotin, Beaver Falls.
G. McC. Smith. Bridgewater.
T. Kennedy & Co. Rochester.
Samuel C. Hanuen, Rochester.
S. A. Craig, Freedom.
Thomas Swearingen, Eivokstown.
AND DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
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aprll-Iy. - Rochester, Beaver Co.. Pa.
Ittavtr & 00 dvtrtiotounto.
V(• (1 rA
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one Bottle is worth more than a dozeh 0/
For sale at all Drug Stores, Groceries -aminDeal
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HARRIS it EWING'S, Wholesale Drufkists,oor.
Tenth and Liberty streets, Pittsburgh,
AMERICAN ' ST OMACH BITTERS MFG. CO.,
$W and lin Liberty strPet.
_ Pittsburgh, Pa.
TO THE TRADE ONLY! 1873.
Clocks, Jewelry, Watch and Clock Mate rife, &c
NO OLD GOODS,
EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH.
New York Bills Duplicated Orders promptly
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KN'A.I3E & CO.'S PIANOS,
HAINES BROS'. PIANOS, and
GEORGE A. , PRINCE - CO.'S ORGANS,
The three beat and most popular Instruments now
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log hill particulars mailed to any address:
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oct9.6raW . Sole Agent.
0 ''. .' RARE , CHANCE tic
a tralim ez Pu s aLitra ti rr i ; tl 7
burgh, Pa. oithe
1873 FALL mWINTSR, 1873
BOOT AND 8110 E HOVSE
J. Hs BORLAND,
Masubetunt sag Altoloots Dealer, 152'4*A MS
Wood greet. ts now receiving ona ot tha
Byer broaMit Ito the City, condisting of Yeas'
Boys' and Touths' Boots, Brogans lead Balmoral&
Ladies; Nimes and Children's Gaiters, Balmorals
and Slipper. of every style and guilty, .bought &or
cash and will be sold at k.
The trade Is sped:* invited to call and exainTne
my stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the country filled promptly at iiasterti
prices. Family retail store 98 Market Street. a hez
t • J. Ef. BORLAND,
octErlzo 55 &55 Wood stmt. Pittaburgh.
PORTER; DONALDSON & CU.,
Successors to Q. Scott & Co. and J. H. Hawkins &
Co.. Steubenville, Ohio.
197 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA,
Wholesale dealers in
MILLINERY tt STRAW GOODS,
Offer an entirely fresh stock at the closest tlgtres
11 the Novelti- in their line rer.eived as soon • •
Imported. Milliners and Merchants are invited to
examine tte.s stock before purchasing.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO OP DEES.
J. H. Hawkins. D. V. Donaldson.
J. J. Porter, C. E. Patterson.
F IFTH AVENUE
Cor. Sth Ave. and Market St., Pittabu.gb, Pa.
1873. FALL STOCK 1873.
Is offered lower than any other house in the city.
Buyers study your own interests Sand examine the
stock of J. Hanaach before purchasing elsewhere.
The stock comprises Men's Boys', Youths and
Childress Clothing at
Wholesale and &LIP Prices.
larßring this invitation with you. octS-3mW
LT OUTZ'S PATENT
Spring. Bed Folding Lounge..
moat durable ev lnven• '
.../if/ : ' ?/• .
) 1 / 4
. , .
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14 ttus city.
OA BOOTS. SHOW &ND IMMO
Particular attention is called to oar
SMOKY CITY BOOTS.
Also agettta for Rubbers at Factiory Prices.
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HOOKRE PRICE CLOTIUNG
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96 ithisiajtiki irid, PiathwiA, Pa
The best pisee la Os oft 41) boy Mtn' sad
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;JOHN'' P. DEAN
aiRDwARic A$D CUTLERY,
81 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools
Shovels, Spa,. Scythes, Scathes, Hoes,
Forks and Rakes, together with a large
and varied stock of Hardware and Cut
lery, suitable kir the trade, at greatly re
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ESTABLISHED IN 1888.
113-38TABLISHED 1N 1869.
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FINE AND MEDIUM FURNITURE,
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this side of the mountains.
Photographs and Price Lists sent on application,
or when in the city don't Anget the place—sign of
the large Golden Chair,
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raTiatt ROB. PA.
WORKERS WANTED !
FOR WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZIN&
which. with Its Premiums, is one of the most at.'
tractive in the country. Price of Magizine one dol
lar a year. Commisaionclibeml, offering a lucre
crative and agreeable Wildness to those willing to
give it proper attention.
Vol. Ern begins with July, 1878. Examine our
Clubbing and Premium Lists. Two first-class pe
riodicals for the price of one. For specimen Ma
gazine and :arther information address. Wood's
Household Magazine, Newburgh. N. Y.
septl2.4 m S. E. SHUTES, Publisher.
Stair Bailin aml Wood Turlliill Shop
NEWELS, BALUSTERS, RAND RAILS,
with Jomts Cut and Bolted, ready tO hang, tarn
!shed on short notice. WII.JJA Id PEOPLES,
54-IY.I Cor. Wager St. & Graham AL/v
WHEN IN PITTSBURGH
CAPERTON'S DINING ROOMS.
Tables furnished with the best the market of
Fast class table, rates reasonable.
SINGLE MEALS 50 CENTS.
Meals from 614 P.M.until 12 o'clock at night.
Remember the place, No. No. 60 Market st.
lar - ent this oat and bring it with you.
THE ONE PRICE,
PITTSBURGH HST ' HOUSE.
a Dealers in
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, CANES,
No. CJ Smithfield Street. four doors from cor. Sth
W. A. Helmherger, W. A, Logan.
THE WILSON SHUTTLE
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• rittatuirgh, Pa.
'AGENTS WANTED. ocliWinaW
DAY to oar
- Agents. Bells to eve.
ybody at sight. Ad
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All bmesum ingrostod to ha awe sill metro
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ATTORNEY y AT LAW,
• BBAVAZ, PA:
Moo sadroddezialas Third Wait ottho ORO
All kW bilabial. *Unsaid to sears oboll -
aloe moot 4U:dip& Also,„ gimes
Baal *data Illor UI., and those *Mtn to bira t
artycar alarm lands, my me' thee
money wall ngst say cam. (s *%' 11. 4
JAMB CANUIRON. JOHN- T. MIXES.
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AND REAL IMAM AGUINTI!,
Will attend , promptly to all losteedsaaraseed to
their cars and have superior limllities for
aod sel li ng real estate. &WWI
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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Samuel D. Tilman, Corresponding Becy.
New York, November 20, WS.
This simple and Ingenious Machine is as useful
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809 Broadway, New York.
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Darts Ihm the Doti or Cupid Abused,
A book plat issued exposing the "Personals" that.
hive appeared in the Nevg York Newspapers; their
history and lesson. Stylish villians fully exposed.,
Advertisements rom desperate men to beautiful
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