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jJShzl DEMOCRAT. -
AMD BLOOMSBURG GENERAL ADVERTISER,
LEVI L. TATE, EDlTOJft.
"TO HOLD AND TKIM THE TOR, Oil OF TilUTII AND WA.VE IT O'ER THE DARKENED EARTH."
TERMS : 82 50 IN ADVANCE.
VOL. 19. NO, 36.
THE PHOENIX PECTORAL
Till Curo Your Couch
THE PHOFNIX rECTORAL;
Compound vnH? op wild cheuuy u Nra
j:ka snake iioot.
Will Cure the Diseases of lha
Such a Colds, Oroup, Asihoin,
JJtoi ch.ii-i, Catit.''', Soro Throat,
Its timely use will prevent
And cvn wli.-ro this f a rfiil iliifsur n fuilv dix;.
"pro it will .tlur I more ifllef thin try ul'Mt mJi.
i i.Aw.r nci! a ., eiS'pe.-ik.r of ih IVniKy U n:
Homef ttep'fsi-'.t itivc., .ty. "Till, roui'h rene
riy ik no i U''i iv. ly uvi'. nnl 13 o,' tin nighm n .
tu . ,,' -tii.i 11 inil , 1; 4 rut.-' qi.tilitcs lluvi" li : 11
Nit d by tl. iii.iuilf w itli Hi" niot (.fnlluiiii! rua'i.i..
It if cnr.uili) .111 1 ..illifulii prepared from Wil.i
t'ln rrj llirk anil .-uirl.a mi-..,.. Knot iiy Dr. I.uvi Uber
tiolit.r. it ri put ibte phym nn of I'iii.imivviI e, l'a ,
inn. m .0111 .y nea.iy an ,!r,ij,yi.ti and country (lute
(j, 1 id.i.y. vt.!',nti;iati r entl cx-l.t'rgns of Pott.,
lorn .1, ciitiu'jii .1 In!, owe :
roTTrow. In" J 1, 11, n.
Tin. rrillil' 1 tliAtt Ii.ivi-uimI tin I'l ,x P. itnril
In My family . nnil I rucini-i -lnl 11 tn 1 1..- jisil.Ii r a. Hid
vry hot reiii"i y (it Ouch mnl !. tli.it I hnv;
fit Mini 1'in- if my rlnliin'ii wa, latin v. una
rnl , -if cu'ii;uimt!i v itli .1 t'io 1 v t.'iiul-,.n to, 1 u.ui 1 d.
Knit 11 c ulil 11 't lui'K aim In utiii. 1 ,i m' ;i'ar I .0
.,ii.ti i-..: all nt h iliiiitiit r (total, I nri-cnr".! a
holile i, it. I'lu- II dof rf'li v f tin! ililiir.iliv uf
lirH.itti li-:. "i'l fi it? 1 !i- rliil-l I. 1 1 1.1. it nai fn irtii
nl Itli- htilt ! II as nllllrt I j WUI lift f V family .I'n'd
lnvi' it 1.1 tli if h 111..!. . 1" 1 Ui)s,iv.
J.I' tfllnlll illiiJ'Ut, of N'i'W l!rpi ,uc!i. 1 nimty,
I'u. 111 wrniiicM Iilu'ii.nlit 'r. nay.: -A fn
ojyi incii I li" mill iwci 1I1 in nf your v ilun'ilu mtifli
rwi.irily Hi try. ami rt'iil it cr i!i-'nl,an 1 tis it 1. u.,.
Ij r.ll I m ill lik.- yi 1 1 1 j'-nil mc a ;'."m. o:' .1.
"u.:i ni-"ir'i''s ci wp lvtli r i'Ml'11 11, in llnna.iy
nth-t I hay.' ri tin- n iri. I ui'i .iif'-iit lor inau' uf i!f(.
Ij-H i..ri'nr mi'tli ii;i itui 11.1, I ul uur. .'i iaito
I, 1- i iiii-f Hi rn. 1 n 10,1
I a fu'i '.i.' ! k an 1 xtrntt from 11 li tl. r fmai IIImim
T'i.b, ;-i' r ii.irl" -'.li. a, I'.. . "I imvi i.-n I
II. c I'hi.vn I'i i 1 1, mi.! i' i.I it tn lio llm l-.t imijli
i. 1. .1 ! 1 v. ' t. I; ia'..'! ill .1 li ri-" ri'i".v j ill lii.i.i
h j 0..11T tli't I Invr ''vol lian in iu stiii't."
'1 a- ('. I'J'l 1 l I' tl.l j IP", 11. In'! 1111:1 Ml llllll'll roufV
dr .- ,. 11 1 ,. ,itli- t,iACl.i tiotu III,, I" 1 itnui v 1 f
I,', J..i v .ii.av.'O. il II. lli'tl t.,i a, r ,, U'.'
I'aid 'A' k to 111 jiuutiacr win, i n t vatiifi : ; ,itii
41 u r t 'n,t n ,' !im flii't'i.Ti cry fr it.
I'rifv I till: 1 -I'l .. i.HM y ; I..1CJ ilitki (I.VI!
I , iiittti h r nply i, hi I'l.i.i .f iliseajc, i.ini''
lf, Ifir. t 1 I. - .,li it 'ii, J...lli;d
1.1. .'f. ,it i 1 nly t
I.EVfeOUl.r.HOLTZER. M. !) ,
I'linnii iiii-, n,
br si! Tr ii:t.t i"'! H'lf. fc;p, r.
J'Jll I . 1 S ill'l.l.liWAV t, I JVllf'..V, Xo, 21 1
fiori'l mxill riri'i 1, 1 111 .ui- Iflll.t, i.tiu '
T. I' Wl'1,1 l A. I n , So, li.". IVil.kllll CttLft, .Vc.v
otlt , lit a- rat V In' t'laic A;!''lilf,
Hnl'l bi i: r l.l.T.'. .mil i; i:il U MOVI-.ll Dr'ii'.
rm. liln ! fi.itr, rtiol 1 1 10 nrly cM'ry i!ru,-nit u:.u
fo.nn-y ! 1 '. ,p.l 111 1 'oli'lnbl 1 i:ounU.
V i - li vti n.iT' t i.liii:i.l nr ul.-irl-.ri p, r 1! 11 .
lint Kv,, ll in in.'.!,, i.i" .-i 1,01 1 t III nt pat ) on n.r 1. i.h
.lltll! .,".! it IU'!dlCOC. Iilll L till ul UHIM to nil..- CI llo
jip'Mt. hi 11 1
Jni.f -l I; t;.-rii
.UEAD1NCJ KAIL KO,,L
July 20, ifcijo
"rc5t Trun!. Linn l'V, Tli" Nsrlh
"J mil Nonn Went f.r I'all-i li'lphn, Npw Vork,
Ei'i'lin;. I'ntt.villc, l.i'li.iiion, li.'-ii.,,vn, Luton, .tu.
'1 rain. I' av.' Ilarriilinri: tor In-n V irit. r.i lult'ov. .
Al :itiii 7, -.". ,m. i : A. M.,an, 1 !.'. I' M . .,mwns at
f.'i n rk V In mi M . i.n.l .i.tiii an, I III ;t.i I1. M.
I li" iilj'.vi-i'.ir t witu .ntiilai 'i'lam mi Hi, IVini.
ej Iv-t ni i itnl iionil. aiot rJlirpinir rani ai'i'ompany
in.- a on an I f li X TmiiM n itlioui rli-ninf
:.at- t ,t Ili-aJmi, IoiumUd, I'aina.pia, .lliitTn
t ' 1 1 A.li' t't'l, I'iio' tirnvo, Allt'titnwn, .nnl I'luiaiM.
fl'nil - l.i V M mi'l t la l .11, Moppinj .it li.li.iioro
AO'' p,inrl,tl -1.1I1011. only.
"Vay Tii.i'i". tiippm' ,11 all poi.r.t. at 7 '.'."i l ntt'l
I'l 1 M It. lur-iiiic ; l,'.-at! Nn.v Vorn at SI A M
I. ' on noon. an. lo r .l, I'liilailoiplii.t nl f.tH M ant!
3..1U I' M 1 it.viili .it 1- l.i A ,tl ."hi i'.ii V !,l : A-'l
I .a! mo in , 1 ,111 1 u ."i n, urn ' .11 . 1, pi. 1 at .1 i.'i
M uiul '.'.i.i t' . .tni. II, juing at I UJ 7 Hi and U.5 A
M. I ni 1 f. ui I' Al.
It it 'inf Acrnaininil.itio'i Trtln ; ' pav.i II'.-! lin a
Co 1 A I ri'tiiitiiiif finin I !i,! , ,'lpjna .it 5 mi I M.
'.,' ,,r.,i.i Lull Hot I 'ri.it:i- li-.ivu lltauiii' at'li.ti
t.r.1 .U.MA II ami t 151 .M. fur Ljiliri.ta, l.ttlz, fol
rc r.it.i rr. rvt:
in nil, .ln; I.p tv.i N". w Voik at f (ID I' JI, Ptiila
! !lp!n i a Ij V M I'ntinvilln " 3.1 A M. Taina'ii.i7 .11 A
II, ll.itii-l.uric j A Ma.i I Itciolin,' .11 I .UJ A .11 fir
II rrrmliu ri;.
1,01111101 .itinn i;ii-irn r.'a.o. nr. 1001 .tail Uxnir.
io.i Tirkt tn u ai t Irniti nil pouii., at rffiuc tl l;,-it 1
UnvaiiJii LhciitiLNi thruuii : U n.Hiiiil allnivd m li
j IN h O
rou Tim I MMUTfXATU.
USED WITHOUT DETE-'ITON.
Tlify tin not l iti'ifcrt" Itli bjslni'ts purmiu, ami re
...ttly ill llrtinil.
KOtiiAXGCoF mr.T 13 N-i:t:r.ss:iY.
RELL3 SPECIFIC I'lLLd
ar'' vrarr.inlcil In all faf,
ron rue fPi.iiuv ami I'liiiMANPivr riinr. cr
fr'rininal .VpRkiio, Ilrilliral mi l Vnsinil Uiiilnrs,-. i
tili'-l. Hi-xu.it lii.va.", Uiii.niKi inii, linpili'iic. l ' -Hal
hmi Ncriom Uilnlity aiiu iIiscjjl nf the Ulailtlt r
'Ilioymii inljinci for malp or f.-malp. Mil nr ynui?
and nr.; tin- omy ro In.lilu Kit ia m lor th'l luit of all div
eiliaii.i ii: from
YOU'I'IIFUL IN DISCU ET10N.
In nil x 'nl H1.1n.PB, n llonnrrhpn, t'trictur',
Glut, and in all L'rin i y and Knlnoy unnplnint. tin y
nrtlikP n cliiirn. loin I H o.Mirr 1 1 lit oil hy lakini: n
ilnalj hnx ; sinl f i mil four to six hoc. gcnvrnlly rll'i-cl
Hold in hnn rnntai tin-: Cn pill, priro Ono Pollnr,
or nx li"xi, .''il''' Unliuri. ; al.n. In luigo liuxo. loin
(IniHB four of Iho final! price Th'i'" l.tillars.
" Pihito r,;n.l.irs to Hi ntn 11 M.V. n ut frcoon'
ffcflpt of dirt' nvi'lnpi' and .tninp.
Lr" H S'-'i Iho 11,.. 1 ill, nit nut lliiii ndviT
lt;uet: lor rofcciito. a:n! if urn rmtmt proenro lh"ni
afviHir (irufsi.l il., i..it i,u iinpiHoil on by any "ilur
7emedy, hul -n,:ioo 111 !"' I" i 'i'ii' ' l" I'10 I'"1'
Dr. J. ERANjCoivuitinc Physician,
lioiiu; 112 Hrojiltvay, N V.
Who will ukr all ri.k If nr'ifrly diriitid! ai.'l yon
fill rccuvo ihtnit iort paid, .tcurely tejltd (roni tli
Lviyitiuii, by ri-turu mail.
SOLD 11 V IJULCiUISTS OI'.NT.UAIJ.V.
J)i;MA8UAHNr,H is CO., N'tw Vobk.
July 13, 1S.
R. THAYER M D
HAVtvo thnnccil Ills resntcrt.e from Montrose, tn
WHsiT PlTTi'TUN. I'lU' ttm county, wniil.1 ny
iohi palinnn and all wi.hing ln prnfpnioHnl mini
s, th l li"y ran n ' '.c-. I.ii.i.il tliu l.i.ttumfu pinm.
ID AH mil. in llm vicinity Iho llailroau, utlfii
did tn wuli ptuuiplucf a.
April t, ISO'.
F. 0. HARRISON, M. D.
WOULD tf.poclfully infi)iiiillicclllr.i!n8ori.ooiiif-
tiurg.anil viciuitv.tliallit) ciiiiliniin.lhc praillto ur
Hf'lirVAV ...) SLitUElir.
kt snllcila u slit. of public imtrnuage,
Ornoi.oii Mam Btrtcl fn.1 ho'i." u!i th Cottr
BALTXAlOllE LOCK HOSPITAL
ESTAJiLISHED as n KEFUOE FROM
T'ic Only 1'Imc ivlurc a Cure can be ob
Dr. Johnson hns tliviovtrcil Iho most
frtntn, Hpcfily, ami only nircrtital llrmcily In the
Wmlil fnt Wi-aMicM if tlii! Ilatli nr I hiili, tfirictnn.'s
AIIitHihi. nf ihi Klitnryf ami lll.iiiitcr, In iilniitnry
llisrliarcri. Iiiiiicifiirj , (Ji m nl U lillily, .Vurtoin.
t''v, In rpri'rla. I.aiifiiiir. l.un- lrits. fonfiuloii f
1 1lf.11. r,iliitiillnii nf llm lliait,Tni,lilliy. Ttiinlilltij.
Iiitiitiff.il SJdit or (ilililini I'lri'iiti' nf llm llc.nl
Tlirnr.t. N'lif, nr Vnm Is-llin.p Ti-rrililu IHninliri
i.ri.inc rrrin tVllt.iry IIiiIhIh nf Yi.iiIIi ncn t nn l
rr llt.iry piacliri's ihoip Intiil 1,1 tin lr ictlins 1I1.111 Ilia
f'.Mii! (if ryri'iin In tin- Mnilain nf L'lisfPs, LliKliliii'
tlnlr iiinst l.rillii.til liii,t ii 1 r untltiiati'ji.j, tcinltrmj;
tiurrlue, .V.c.( tuiiiispilitc.
INpcclMly, wlin liavn lifcniiin tlio vlrlltm of Solitary
Vict'i IliaKltcii.lfiil ali i ilfnlr'allii- linbit liiiliaiiiii.
ally jwui t tn an mil lint 'y trm f 1 li i-iimiikI s of Jonni;
tni'ii of tli" liir.M l Aiiltti! tali lit. an, I liillllaiil ini'jlli'it,
Im intRlit 1 llicnvi.c lime uiili'iin'jil li. truing si'ii.
a't'H U'lli iIiij tliuriili r.-i t-f i lo'iiic mc rr watt, il" to cc
ttnry the H 'w.i lyic, inny call v itli lull cunliiknce.
fe'trk'il prrrons, or y otni'j men conti mpl.-illn mar
fine.', ,S,-!,'S 'tttitfi "f )'li str.il wrnkiicgi, uryanic uu
l,il.iy.uc.,r:",li-V,bl"' .''' n ,
llu uliu i';"C nini.i 11 u Jff tlio cans of Pr J. may
rrllnluUkU- t,lllll!o 1,1 -r "i t't'iitluman, anil
t.oii!Uu.itlV itli "I'0'1 1,1 ' physician'
ill tnci i.it' !i 1; irnl 1. '"' ri" vSr rt-Mnrnl,
i In. t!iftn.'P.i'i;;niri' timi - Incii iimi luri lifK mli
ctnltlu anil nrrhiet- Hnt. 'f il-l'--i tli-- " unity pai.
Iij-iIib i tin, of liniii . ;.--r ("'I uta.-iic-c-s Wniiu- pi-r-uin
art' too ,,pt in iiiii.'iill '"i"''. fioin not Ill-nil!
mart! el t. ,ii,'i,fnl coil, "r,,ii. i" ll'iit may rn.ii,'.
Km.-, f.lm tlial iiiiili rnaml II f ' l""11-"1'
tuny tlnit tin r"T of pr"rn- tti-1, It lo-t roinii.r Iiy
lli'mo f.illn 11, to 1 npropt . li..!. '- tli'111')' llm pru
il'.'iit' in ml., b i' u 1 , r i , 1, t,." pli-.i.titf 01 lo'al.
li'J- (.If.pliiii!. Hi,' I rin'.M anil u. "tnnl'vo tyinp-
ll'iKOI l.o'.ll I, i.iy anil l.ilml lilirn. 1.'" Sy-'l''1"
t" :u"K ili'r.iiij;i I, tin- 1 l.yjin.l ami laont,.1 fit 1 if '!
Vi'.II'IIi'iI. I.IIMi of I'r '' I'atlM' hnwiT. ,V,irv '"t If"'
la'tility, llyii"jiri. ! ,i;nt I'lou i.ftn' ll.-art, I .' -.ig.is
11 m, Co i.liiiitio"..! I) li 1 it . a U'.i.li'ix ot tit u rr.'"!"
L'i,u'h, Ct.ii.'iiptloii. I'l-i'iy an I Dratli.
1)11. .MILS "T I.'.',
Mi'mlit'r of tli" Itoj'til Coll'si' 01 fnrufnn, l.nnitnn,
i:r.i,'iMti! from "it of tli-! tnnt cmim'tit t'illf--..- in tliu
l.'niiL'l trlnii". ami tli pti',it''r part nf whoso lif" li.n
i'l mi spi tit 111 t 0 It 1, . pi t,t 1 1 nt I, nnil, in, I'-iiIh, I'lu! i-ilt-tplii'i.
a ml i'!uii tiiT'', lots 1'ir-t I il !niiii) nl tlio moitt
n.tiini-lnni: i uri's tint vi ro rvt'r kiiii.vn ; many iron
l,l'ilil!i riiieiiiE 111 tin.1 Iit'ii'l nail '-cS lnn ns'i't p
fri-it tii'rvou$tt"fi , (it'tny al'rnt'"l at ml 'lmi fi"tiiiili
li;i-!il'al,i,'is uit'i Iri po'iit lli'"lni'i!, titti'mltil t-ninu
liiiii'ii ivitli tii-raii'ji.ii'tit of mill.!, v;re cartnl itiuni'iit
uuly. TAKil I'AHTlrCLAr. N.iTICi:
Itr J. -t'l'lri'.' ."'! ilinm! it lio Ittvu n'jiirctl tfirjii-i-ili'.
I,v i.iipr"!)' r ii uu t-i im ttii,l "lit.i-y li tint.,
ul.tcli tni it'tM t'l'yantl 11 i.'il. i!iilii!iu''t!ii.'ai tor
i.iiii t !i iMiit'.s. piiiiI.. . p cii'ty, or iirir.inyL'.
In-eoaii -ii'i of -li 1 1 1 1,1 M-.nli.,! y itli-cli
prniitirctl by 1 ailj uaii!'. ol oi.:h viz- 1 1 "iit.t.i nl
lit- Ha:k itu.i l.ini'i, r.,im in ilir 1 1 I'lrini- s o!
tfi,'!it, !. if Jin .-ul.ir Ciitin. I'.il-li-iti.u of ilnj
limit Iiy H"i h. VctvoiK irraliil'ility. H'rniisKiiU'i.t
of till! lllL'u-MVt ruill-lioil!!, (li'll'.'I'jl Il.'-lilllty, nip
tiil.ti of '. 'io.i, .Vr.
.Mi.rLi.v - I In' f'atfiil pITitH on ill" inlinl tin- much
to 'n ore 'li'il l,".i. of !neiii"rv. t'otifiihUm of li!o
H'pi'sv'i ,,t s j 1 1 Ihil I'i'-I niuti.:., Avi'r-lt'li to
S.i.'i .S.-lfllijlrn-t l.nv.'uf SuiIuiIh, 'MllllilllyAc
Iff iii-- ,, in I'VI H iftl iltr-'l
'riioii.:m.(. i.i' p,ir..iiix tif a'! ap.i ran nn'v (11 lii
li 11 I. in.- ram. i fili, ir tlt'Cli.'in: li i.lili, lojiic il' 11
v. .;.-. !i 1 niiiitiy iv oali p.ilij. ihtv.,:i ami pii aciatfl,
1-r.v llt. a Mio-tilrir uppt'itr mcf al.uul lhi!u)9, C'juIi
un.i .y(!i;ituiii. of Uoii.-i tnpunit.
w, Kivr ujur'''1 (iirtnsc'x iiy a ttain prnctirr.lu
(U.tft-'-.l 1.1 tuiti al 11m, a ti-tlfiit."i!iMiLiy Icaniftl f runt
c v ii cuiiimtMitii(i, ui- nt vthooi, tlio uUVrt-i of w hlr!i nr;
nig. ill) kit uvea v.lh'M rt!.:i-:t, twin, il it-.t niri'tl mi
ik r iitr.rrr.'ff'c imi sibli- in.l c'5tr-jyi Iil-Ui niHt-l an J
bo l. til k'.i.I itinly jiamu.iiiii.iy.
h".l .t pity ui'it n yii-jti' liiiui, ttit ,&i) of our cout-j
ry. (lie pri uf iiit i.ir uu, rttil Uu vn.uoliu 1 frotn
all pn.inii, itifl .'iijuyirii'iilH nt' III", by the tutuv
iiCu tn' i.sni fnnii lif path r nature, itmi tn
-Jul? oif in t. c nitiu i m I.aliit. iich pcrion miut,
h..fLic on. inih;ir.
rffiint that .1 nin 1 miml an J hotlv ni'i the nntt ntcr
io 1 y f',Uiiit"t t 1 jir(nif;ij cniuiulu;il ti n i im-v h In
iJicii, wiUm.'t tlx vf lite jniirni-y tJiritu'h l(fi tiecmues
vumI) ( ,iL'riiun;n ; i(m: nrtmpi'ct lnurly tiarki-ns tn
tni' fv. tin iiuinl Uccui.ii'tJ pli.tilmve.I v.itli ik'-p.'tir
unit niii. I mi iho i.u't.ii'clii'lly tt -clli'ii Ui.it tin; u.f
of ,iti-illuar ticcuitutt Ulif!!iteI with inir own.
()l)hry 7 South fiwhiivk Stnc
! 1 ft-hMul n.'c ij-iitiy fnun l'iiln..!nri' (.tu'ui, a fen ilnrri
rout the comer. 1'ail uul to i.ltveiiu iiuiue iwiA nniit
. - No IctfT? re'fivcl I'nh'f nostpiiJ athl con
laihinj a ..imp In In ti&'U mi li" i'piy, iir-ui.s
1 1 mil. hli'Mihl -tut- nui una 'in! ;orti)ti ot a.U crtuo
utt nl ilocnl)jtij,' cyi(iit':n
Tht! I.citor' lliplouio IiittijT- in hit rflice.
EnUot titmtiit uf the Pnss.
Tli.-- inm.v thousainU ciiruil it thU cm rJ.Ii t-li unMit
within .lln' latl tui.niy yi-itr. r.ii't Hi iiuihitiii in
pnri.mt Mirtical op nitioi pi-rl r iii'ii, hy Or. JnhiM
Ion. u inn fjci li t-ju it piMi-n i-f I'll i Sum it nil m.tny
'tln-r p''.prit nt'i'tf (i uti.li h 1-1: app-.ttf.t airiin
.11. il .M'l.ll. ll fllli' ill.' hlll.!lL'. (llMl,ll,)i 111-, flillhllll" 11 4
(MiiU "man -l itiar.tctr nnl n:,'u;iMui!it , u a autH
t.ii-iit guaranty l-i l.nt .illluU' I.
SLl'l Jl'.iet'HA 'b'):'i
April It'.V- ly
Dill U P D E GRAFF'S
il5: AND .'Ait IM'IMllAltY,
'1,1 the F'-i'iar", Time lioor. from StrfK'' Ilotul
THIS INSI'LiTlON i-- tmw opnii-d nnil
f, fiirnii,lii! 1 ill 'Iip moil ro-tlv flylo. Ilrci-l'tlou.
I'm nt.' .111.1 Oti.ttti'!.' l!ooni arc Inrp, ronvonii'iit and
well a.l.ipt.-.l. Tito fnruical i trtinont i-oiii.tiim tin,
Anvkt c'll'Ttioii ul ni.t.-MiiiPiiiii in tins loiintry, and
tfins ills I'ii illii,4 ill .'ti.tiiti' linn to uii'i I anv mnl 'i'l
trj.'in n- in pneucu llu will opt'rul'J upon till llu.'
variouj fi rnio i 1.1 MINI'.?., t'ntari'.it, ii.t'l'ioii o(
111.- I'up'l, Cr" Hi.'-, I'ior'ii, if llio Tfur Dncta, In
crii ui of tip) i:y. lidit, l'l"r i.o ir.. lr. nd will
Itoiit a. I loriaa offnn t. Ilyo t- t ntili'd I.id-t. Opncotios
.ifl.ip rorni'ii, it'ol hrroliilinis . .f'-a.ps nf tin' l.yo to
I'i'lhi'r Willi ail tin- diacust' to which tin Uyu I. sub
HI', M'NUSS Will iron! all tho iMjp.ikp rnmninii tn
Hi.' msan. l.iHi liarti't Irom lln' ' iir, Nolsi'f In th" I ir
l.'aiurrli, dilhciill) onioariui! tol il Ho I'm n uvpu.wIijio
tliu llrniit i il, i lro) oil. Will iinti rl nil .nlifiii.il Dim
aiifworlic ma lv "II th" puipo"s of ilio natural.
IJISIiAHIl-i nl' Til 11 'I llllitA'l'. - All iliaua.ui com
moo to tlif Tliroat mid Nn.o will b" iri an d
Ill'.MlKAI. HllltlJ lilt V. lit) will oppriil.' upon C uti
loct. Iiatr l.it, CI ft Pall.it' . i 'r-. Cuiir. r. l.ular-
iriiil Toi l lis, r, Pla.iic ii, "r'ttiuiK by ln-a'ilis now
ili i.li inli) di foriio'il partu and Oi iioral Purgi'ry ol
w li.itt'viT rhaiin i"r it m ly proi 'iit. .
III'.IIMA (or KIjI'TI'UI-: Mo will pi-rform "I.nbiin
opi'ratton f.n 111" rvdiial (fonpli't") i urn of llt-rnln,
il.is in iiioiii'i.tliili!llily a " if. it lori'.an l in m lie Willi
littln or no pain, tun oliinuv Inn dri'il opnrati'ii upuuni
loton tlior,' IM" I'Ol'll no in n t. II IIIIIIIK li"'.""
I if. ' t i.iipinh.iiinu uf all li,'h '.vo fiihiiiutt.'d toll
AUTin. al t,vii!. Wiiiiii'oit'iiuili itl l'.ysciv-
iaijr 'lii'iii Iho iiiritluu ami ppro-i m of tll'i natural.
1 1 1 . - nro nifcrud with llio lo i-t imih-
ili'.llt'UllllUlli.-, (l'ilt!i,)-T!!iri'ulili'snino disca'f
if ro Kill V titrt'd. 'Ilioso .nil", rnij from it will d" wi I'
,l,Ur"i'p l' IJi-Art Vint Willit'f-IVirrP with a viow of
-'111111111! up a piirmaiiPiit linlituto for tho truiiliuonl or
Ui' IV, l.araod ll.ui'tu! Uumory. 'llio .vi-noitc ol
moru iltau a .piattur nfa u ututy in llo-pit.il and Ri'tu'r
al pra.tiii'.li 'ii"."f. will b" .. unn..'i.l guaranty to
th.'.f who may ili"!,i1 to einploj liiiu,
!)"' let". ir.
H. 0. II 0 V E R.
rirsl'nfTM'M.Yoir'rs liU tiroft sa
St.V1. loii'tl for ,i -t in l!i I n'V'' nnil S 'nil''-
?. nifii of I'd .nm.btin: ami vv inny. '
TP i u,i i , .11 tint vnrio't.
t iMrlilioiif in t'io lino of nr..t -..ioii. and if proi idi'ii
ttillit''ol.ilCft improved P'thCl .. 7 t-UH: w nr
w II I.jiii irrli'il on fnld. platina. .ilu r and rubbir bp e
I 11 11 .J 111 .oriril oil L'lllil. I'lililint. .11, ' " "' -
,i,. ll a, il,., natmnl toitli
i. n-r-il ututi- nuU hhek li-otti iiianuf irtured ar
. ... ii. ii tm lli. rnrofallv mid tirinii'rlv alttllldl'tl
ltr,iik'iiro and olliiii tt lew Ooori above tbe Court
i jj,,,,,,, .ante sidt,
' aBltrnfli.Jr:, Jun. S !
" Our Conttlluttancuard 11 over!
Our glorious Union hold It dear 1
Our Starry riajjforsako It never I
The ptoud Oauca?olau our only peer!
EDITHD DY tll'r I,. TATE, rKOPHlETOR.
WWII I fi ft.'
Saturday Morning. Nov. 4, 'G5.
IIimc'CRaii, n fttiiiincr.t not lobo npi alleil. cnriuul
fil or loiuproiiini il It knows no b.is"iiuss. It enwera
to no danjiT, it oppresses no weakness. Dtstrucllve
only of despotism ll i. iho aolo conservator of liberty,
labor and prop-rty. It Is tlio sentiniciit nf freedom, of
O'lual rinhlf, ol equal obligations .he law of nature
p.'tvadln? the law of tliu laud-Allen.
On the eleventh tlaj of tlio fusion ol
the Episcopal C.'cneral Convuntitni,
setting, the rutlioal destructionists, uuiler
iho loud (if Horace Bintiey, jr , ropeatetl
the experiment of iulroiluujtig politic-) into
tlia proeoi'tlingi of the Home of D-puties.
The obj"ct of Diiincy auJ his cliiuo of
'Loyal Leagues" wae, by iutroJucing and
passing a rcsulut'ou on ilia subject ol s)a
viy, lo prrvt iit the Union of the Churoh
Nor th and SjuUi, which the christian
course of the Homo of IjIsIiods had so
Inifji'y inaugurated. The IIouso of Dep
uties frutaincd fully it? previous action
on the t-aua' eti'-jcct, and rijoiced the
hearts cfchrittiuti "'ou every whore, by
it: devotion to chri.ii,;? union and har
mony, ati'1. iis ovonvholu.ii'r,' condemna
tion of scliism.itical 1 ivmon u."d political
pridMs. Tliu3 the CLurcIi elt-ars her
skills of politic, and goes un Jut tray
tiiuuiphuiit with iir.' napel.
Mr. Biiiut'y t iftrcil the following reso
lutions. fu'solvcd, That the addrcs. of sympa
thy l'roni tliu Synod of iho Cui.tdi.ui
Utiim li, liii-ly t-cut lo this Jnnvi'iitioii b
the LInuse n! Iii5hos, with the cxpn-rsioti
tM ti.eir gn-iit kp.ti'fiietion ihcroat, which
raMionrurreil in ly thm noiiM.1. did mo-t
i-cusonatdy ai-d truly i-spri's thc'tru-it that
as tho oiioinal ciuso ot Itio separation be
twejn djU'oreut pott. on - of our Church had
now cca-icd to operate, the leclingi ot
biothci ly iovii ahil naal in tupport of the
fame hnllowed ptiiiciples which Innnevly
umt.id all the in' miiera ol our Church in
one body, would reassert their claim, and
triumph over tin! external causes which
had kept ua apurl."
Rts"lccct, Tlmt rejoicing', as ws cordi
ally do, at tlio future prospect of entire
and unbroken union among all the portions
of our Church, we derm it our duty to
rcud'-r our devur, thank-giving to the Di
vine H'-iid of the Church, for tho temovul
of that great occis ion of national disen-
.ion and tiaiiyi mi;iit, referred to by our
Cauadiau fellow churchmen, to which wo
feci, with thcit), tint our late trouble
llcolvei, That in the j'lilumcat of thii
Ilutise, it i the duty of a body of , Chr'i
ti.ui men which ha- ollVretl lid dcunutaa
parncit prayers to Almighty 0olt lur a
uru.tt tidiioiial hleobiuj, to roiiuCr its
th nUnjivtng to Hun, wlicn th.it leasing
has been (ineiou-ly nr.mtrd.
HcsjIi:c(, That this House, having, by
.oli'inu ro-oliition, ndopied at its se-sion
in Uctober, ltiti-, pledged to tin1 National
Government it.- ilevuot anil earnest pray
ers 1 that U5 efforts might be guided by
wi.-dmn and rcplsnislmd with strength,
th.it they might bo crowned with ppsuriy
and t'omplcto succji-s,'' whieh cffurls wer
for tho ro-istublinlimont Jof tliH national
au'hoii y ovr our whole country, and
have now been crowned with success, it
become our du ly to tender our thankc'
civmg to Him, to whom that sucoes-i is
Rev. Dr. Vinton seconded tho resolu
tions. Judge Chambers objected to thalr re
ception, The Chair decided that the question ol
reception had precedence.
Dr. Yiutou appealed from the decision.
Rev. Mr. Hodges moved th.it the Chair
Hon, Mr. Fish cxpluiacd ihat the Chair
wa? in error in hi parliamentary ruling
It is tho inherent riht of a member to of.
fer a resolution. If seconded, it is in tho
possession of tho IIouso,
Rev, Dr. Irado wai sorry to vote
against the decision of the Chair, but tho
rule ia very clear. Petitions and memo
rials may bo objected lo, but not a reso
lution. A protest U one thing, but a reso
lution is anothor. Wc havo perfect control
of any resolution offered to this House.
Rot. Dr Vinton said the resolutions
whieh wire offered tho other day, refer
liiip to tho bamo question that was here
preiciitod, ami which were laid mi tho ta
ble, were not. acted upon. Thco resolu
tions rcfiuc.tcd iho House of Dir-hop to
iuiroducc into the thanksgiving i-ervice
special thanks to God, and were of a char-
odor cntirolv different from thosj now
j ppndinc, though embodyinp; this -deft that,
'COUNTY, PENN'A,, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 18B5.
in view of the fact that in I80'i this Homo
and tho House of Uisliopn conjointly asked
C!od to crown thf efforts of lha guvern
t'lient with tpocdy anil coinplelo hucccss.
i heso houses wuro now requested to rc
urn thiwika to God by tho very spirit of
that resolution ihen adopted. Ho desired
to remove from tho Church tho stigma
which would attach to her if sho forgot to
thank God for tbu fulfillment of her pray
crs. In referring to the mcssago whioh had
been received from Cauada, the speaker
was interrupted by Rev. Ed. Y. Higbeo,
D. D., of New Yoik, who said :
"I deny that thcro is speciGed any
causo for tho gentleman's remarks." Ho
added that that noble letter, received from
Canatla, had not meddled with'our nfftirA
Dr. Viuton continuod If it was con
tended by those who would not voto for
iho resolutions before tho House, that that
letter did refer to shivery, then tberu was
no cause for putting it under our feet.
This House, in sos.-ion three years ago.
had offered up a prayer to God that ho
would cxiuml His authority, and bring our
Souther brethren lo be of better mind
He had do uu so ; and the Canadian
Church had sent their congratulations
Hon. Washington Iltiut, of Njw Vork,
responded, and expressed his do'ire to
enter hi moat solemn piotest ag.iinst tho
att'.'mpt about to he niaUe to incorporate
certain political theories and dogmas in
ihe very prayers til tba Church. Slavery
had beju abolished. But did the gentle
man accept the fact and show any willing
ness to repose under tho shade of the vic
tory whioh tbMy achieved 1 If t-lavery
Was tbe soln cause of the war, why was
it that tbu questou was resurrected here
in a council of the Church assembled for
a f ir tliffen'.nt puipo"' f U-j hail no in
icuiioJi i'l' ctiterino into any political dis-eu-aiou
whatever .md he iiraytil that Gnu
in'clit forbid that ho .slout I my one Word
to distuib the hiu many of tho Clmroh ;
but there wuro wide differences of opinion
on thi- qiiPition. There were those who
did not believe that slavery was the sole
eau-e of our national trouble-; then; were
those inside and outside the Convention
who believed that the disscii.-ions and
troubles which had distressed our country
fur the last four years wero caused main
ly by a spirit of scetio'ial st ife and tho
determination of men in all portions of this
country that there should be no peace,
and that all harmony should be destroyed
both in our national and religious coun
cils. It was well known that there was a
moral war in tho country for some years
prior to the commencement of actual war.
Gov. Hunt denied Ihe right ol any man
to compel another to accept as implicit
truth his piivate. theory as the cause o f the
wur. Tin- return ot peice had biought
w.th it the emancipation uf rlavcs, which
was an incident resulting fiom the war
Wheu wc returned thanks for peace the
House certainly returned thanks for nil
tho blcssiugs flowing from it, among which
might be enumerated the abolition of sla
very, if tint could really bo considered a
blessing. He trusted it would prove s o;
yet there we i d rjreat differences of opin
ion as to tbe actual workings of this sys
tem of emancipation, which had been
brought about by firo and sword and do
vastaiion. There were other agencies of
social progres far more beuelicial in their
operations. There were those who lojk
ed upon tho social disruption of our coun
try wiih great apprcbention as likely to
result iu tbe destruction of a very consid
erable! portion of tho African race. Rut
tho speukcr bored the abrupt abolition of
clavery, despite the appcarauco of things,
would prove to be a blessing. Ho was
opposed to the resolutions for mauy rea
sons, anioug others that thry proposed no
action, but were merely an abstraction
that they were calculated lo destroy all
harmony and keep alive the spirit of dis
cord. He hoped that tho negro would
not uga n bo introduced, now that slavery
was a thiug of the past, but that the dead
should bo let bury their dead. Moreover,
tho hisotry of tlio late civil war was being
written and the ablest minds of ihe coun
try were engaged upon it, and would differ
as widely in their conclusions as tho
causo of it as did the historians of the
civil war which terminated the career of
the Roman Empire , and yet it was hero
proposed iu a Church Convention, within
six months after tho close of the war,
to declare tho cau-o which produced it.
Tho speaker, in concluding, moved to lay
' tho resolutions on iho table.
Uev. l)r. Kortoot, i t Jiinectiont, sum
that when eimilar rcolutimu wero before
the Hotibo last week ami a voto was 'leing
. tkfiu, bo had hoard tbe pxprcwion applied
to dehgatcs who had voted in tho affirm
utivc, the then pending resolutions upon
the table, " Sir, you aro disloyal," but
nliutovcr might bo the loyally of such
men, his own was trn-fold greater. Tlio
question boforo the IIouso wa not a
question of loyalty, and ho who would
tell tho nation through the reporters pres
ent, that it was not a question of loyalty.
He appealed to the delegate from Mary
land as to nliotbor his loyalty had ever
been found wanting.
Judge Chambers "Thoro is not a ques
tion about it sir."
Tho speaker resumed. IIo had for
years opposed secession, anil every other
ism, IIv bad been driven from his home
and college, but was told that if he would
chaniro his political sentiments, ho could
save both. He had refused and iu the
foco of the enemy, and to their officers
when a prisoner iu their hands, he had
upheld his principles arid bided the issuo.
He regroltod having been compelled to in
troduce personal matters, but had dono so
only for tho purposo of satisfying tho
IIouso that ho was earnest in his loyalty,
and would rather have disd than teen the
rebellion succeed. He objected to tho
whole proceedings, not on his own account
but on behalf of many of his brethren,
All over the land tho telegraph had car
ried tho message that he was disloyal, but
ho was not peaking for himself but for
thoic brethren who had been notified that
hostility awaited them at their homes.
The speaker added, that ha had not heard
a single resolution on the floor of the House
whieh was not iu consonance with his
principle ; but the Convention bad been
c.tllod together for other purpose and
there were many pcntleincn in the house
who much preferred that tbeac mutter?
fhould be let alnue. The Houie had this
morning joined in the praising of God ;
!,tt tvas this piMii-ing of God to result in
dividing brethren ' Lot our loyalty bo
known bv our individual acts. Let mat
ters reit. Tho question was not as to the
merits or demerits of tho resolution, but
as to the expediency of their present con
sideration, lie had made the.o few re
marks iu behalf ol several clergymen who
were iipprehousivc that their votes, when
the question came to bo takeu, might te
Rev Dr. Cummin?, o( III., slated that
the resolutions obtained a statement
whieh impugned the good faith of tho Ca
After somo further discussion, tho Dio
cc30 of Ohio moved that the vole be taken
Tho vote was so taken, and resulted as
Number cf dioceses voting bv clergy
'-0, Ayes 18. Nays 0. Divided 0.
Number of dioceos represented by
Laitv SS. Aves 14. Nays G. Divid
Ho ihe motion to lay tho resolutions on
be tablo was carried.
Rev. Dr. Vinton aUed leave to enter
upon the journal the protest of a lumber
of members of tha House against the ac
tion of tho House, ju.t taken,
Leave wa, not granted.
The following resolution was adopted :
Jlcsolvcd, That tho orde.r of public wor
ship provided by the Houjo of Bishops for
its uc in St. Luke's Chuich, on Thanks
giving day, (or the return of peace and
the restoration of the unity of the Church,
bo printed in the appendix to this Conven
tion, if not printed in tho journal of the
IIouso of Bi.-hos.
Tho Convention then adjourned until 0
o'c'ock in the morning.
In a reoeut speeoa in New York, John
Vas Buuen, who, liko tho Duko cf
A miml so varied that lie sfcms tn bo
Not one, but nil mankind's epitnmo,
And in the courM! cf one revolvm: mnnn
Is fiddler, statesman, rhemist and bulTjnn
took ground iu favor of Andiikw John
son as the next Democratic candidato for
PrcsittVnt of tho Uniicd States. Mr
Van Buiien has a right to naino any one
lie pleases and to voto for him for Presi
dent, put bo lias no power to designate tbo
candidate of a party be has so often be
trayed. aud wiih whom he has not acted
in good faith for many years.
If Mr. Johnson expects a nomination,
ho will havo to give un earnest of repent
anoe for many a misdeed, or else tho
ghosts of Democrats, dragged to dungeons
without crime and without law, will dog
him at ovcry step. Tho candidato of the
Democracy must not only be trua to tho
principle- of the Constitution, but must
othcrwiie havo a clean record, and his
nomination mutt come fiom a different
source hnn one whoc life has bocn thai
of a political weather-cock.
Mocic Turtle, Calliug a husband' tny
dear' in puhlio, and 'you brate' iopriW.
I iaw a river flown a mountain leap,
1 law lit waters tlirou(h a valley creep,
I heard Its voice through happy meadow, ilnf.
And then with glee through rocky passes ring
1 caught it flirting with n verdant plain,
Then changing kisses with the wanton rain;
I heard it whisper to a silly plant,
'Ihcn lift Its voice and to forest rant ;
I saw it toss a'.wrcek upon Its crest.
Then fold an infant to its swelling breast,
I saw II romping o'er the frljht.ncd grass,
Then ptoud and prim thro' pompous citlos pais'
I saw It beckoning to the Sun nt noon.
And then at nlclit caressing with the Moon ;
I caught it winking ot the Evening Star,
While glancing sidtloug at the Northern Hear.
I saw it wed a stream of humble rouree.
Then wed another then iho twain divorce
Towed a third, and hurry In the iea,
Not one alone, but all the fated throe,
So have I seen hut let the moral go,
It takes all lorti to inakn a world, rre knorr.
And while some people like this river arc,
Othcts are constant as the No rllicrn filar.
Bond isnd Frce-and Free Bonds.
Working men of America who made
the law that you should toil all yom life
to pay the billions of taxes heaped upon
Why should tho poor men and women
who havo given their earriugs their sons
their relatives their blood, to subdue
the rebeH'on now closed, not only pay for
all the feast of blood, but support in idle
ness tbe cowards who daro not light, fitid
the rich men who hold bomb exempt by
congressional but not constitutional enact
meut from taxation j" Who niado the
poor tbo laboring man, woman and child
slaves to debt 1
Why bhould you pay any man for bc'mg
When this war began, Thomas Smith
owned a farm. It was a good (arm ho
sold it for twenty thousand dollars, and
put the money in bauk. He was a " loy
al" man that is, a man wiioisiu lavot
Of military trials,
Of arbitrary .arrests,
Of falso imprisonments,
Of a total disregard of tho Constitution
for tho laws and for civil rights.
During lbs roign of Lincoln, the above
qualifications were tho test, of loyalty.
Smith had a contract and mado a hundred
thousand dollars, the ono half of which
he divided among Generals, Senators, and
Republican lobbyists. When tho war
was over, Smith had seveuty-Gvo thous
and dollars. He invested it in bonds ex
empt from taxation, and receives every
three months over sjven por cent interest,
amounting to five thousand and nin:tj-
teven dollars a year.
Smith ia rich 'loyal, and a man of
mt-aiu. lie wears nroauclotn, gels urunt,
does as ho pleases, and no one daro ques
tion him. Ho has seventy-five thousand
dollars in government bonds IIo does
not have a farthing of tax to pay his for
tune is made.
When this war begun Robert Jones
owned a farm Vnrtli twenty thousand dol
lars. IIo kept it went to war fought
returned, lie found his farm taxed five
thousand dollars by his stay-at-home
noighbors to raisu bounty money to givo
men to cznnpt them from the draft He
finds his property taxed taxed taxed
taxed 1 to raise nioiiuy to clear his loy
al neighbors from war !
Ami Robert Jones learns that ho can
not sell a cow, horse , crop of grain or hay ,
but it is taxed, IIo roust help build roads,
bridges, school houses, jails churches, and
pay tho current expenses of his town,
county, city, state aud nation. He toils
early and late. His wife sells eggs, but
torcheese, poultry and the products of hir
loom. His children wear coarso goods,
sells berries, wild fruit and game from ll.o
field, river or forest to help along. The
best cow goes in tbo spring tho best
horsi goes in tho fall to pay taxes.
Thomas Smith has seveuty five thous.
and dollars in government bonds, by a
republican administration mado exempt
from taxation. He lives at oaso, pays not
a cent of taxes for auy purpose whatever,
and then by law corapcllsRobert Jones
to toil to pay taxes, nud work a few hours
extra each week to pay him, .Smith, inter
est money on his fortune besido.
Look at this t
Wo are talking to tho Robert Jono's of
America now to tho laboring men ol our
country, and not to tho upholders, who
aro by a republioan bondocratto adminis
tration protected in their wealth.
Dcmoeraoy mada this nation what it
win when tho war commenced a rich,
happy and prosperous pcop.
Dcmoeraoy farorid fqml luxation
i eq'iitl rponiri'Utr
Dcraoeroey laught law ond obediinw
Republicanism has brought us war.
It has fillsd tba earth with doad bodies.
It has hallocked tbu land with grate.
It has traniformed a nch and produing
oountry into aland of ashes, broken hearts
it has rioted in extravagance and has
heaped more taxes upon the pooplc of tbo
United Status than was levied upon Amer
ica, Franco, England nod Spain whon tho
It has by legislation withdrawn two
thirds tho capital of the ciniro United
States from taxation by borrowing tuonoy
and giving tho government's notes or
bonds for the same, and besides paying
double tho interest foreign countries .pay.
exempted the notes or bonds from taxa
tion, and tho extravagance ol tho niosj
wicked, rocklc.s, profligate and mischief
working administration the country ever
knew upon the laboring men of tho United
Tho curss visited upon Egypt j tha
on roe of lice, frogs, eto., was an evidonco
of Divine love in comparison with tho
curse of Republicanism ibis country ii
now laborili2 under.
Working men of America will yon
hoed theso things ? Will you consent
longer to follow tho cjoud whioh has" al.
ready led you so far from peace and hap
pincss I Will you endorso and support
the power which takes you by the throat
mocks at your prayers robs you of la
bor toys with your liberties revels in
your blood lives on your earning! and
makes of tbe laboring men mudsills on
which lo rear still higher an accursed and
Let us demand our rights let us hava
retrenchment reform law order and
economy. Let us have equal taxation
or repudiate the national debt, La Cotsc
&sf A tnulo in the United States tsr-
vice is now called a "brevet horse. '
CST" What is tbo color of a cream f
Yell-ho, of course I
tta? A short sentence with a long end
ing you be hangad ?
The ladies greatly surpass tho
best artillery, They carry balls a great
deal too far.
Ey- A women's griof is very short. If
she loses her husband, she piaci only foe
HQr A drunkard loaning against a
church railing, replied, in answer to a
question from the sexton, that he didn'l
exadly belong to that church, but he was
leanifig that way.
Cs3 A Western editor says it is moro
blessed to have a friend set d you fifty
speckled trout, that than to bo President
of iho Unitedn States and die by usaasin
JEST Artemns Ward says : "I have
ailers sustainod a good moral character, I
was never a railroad director in my life.'
CSS An exchange paper, in an ariclo
on the state of tbe market has tbo follow
ing : Pigs' tails. Thesj wero rather 6j
hind but wc observe that they have ta
ken a turn.
BSy There- is a man in Connetiout who
has such a hatred for every thing appor
taining to monarchy that he won't wear
crown in bis hat.
ESJ Spriggins wants to know if doctors,
by looking at tlio tongite of a wagon, can
tell what nils it.
Sy Speaking of a New York paper, a
contcmpoary savs : "Too relig.ous to
commit suicide, it has doubled its prios,
and seeks a natural mode of exit to tha
rsS" A lady at Terra Haute, Ind., loit
her "watorfaU" iu tbe street, and a littlo
Scotch terrier siezed it and shook it vioous
ly IIo probobly smelt a "rat" in it.
C Negko Wit "How doy a charge.
Massa Magistralc' to marry tee and miss
Dinah!" "Why, Clem, I'll marry you
lor two dollars."
"Two dollars what do you obargo to
marry white folks, massa V
"Wo geceraly charge them firo dollar
"Well ya marry us liko whits folks,
and I giro ya five dollars, too."
"Why, Clem, thatsa curious notion,
but as you desire it. I'll marry you liko
whito folks for five dollars1"
Tho oeromony being over, and Gleiu
and Dinah inado one, tho Magistrate aik
cd for his fee
Oh no, massa ya no comes op to rj
gKJnKnt i,ok rio k'ss rtt bnri .'''
"Get out oi' ui.' " .
A: ' r 'ui njr'd fot nothing,