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LEVI L. TATE, EDITOR.
19 NO, 50.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
ESTABLISHED as a REFUGE FROM
The Only Place inhere a Cure can be ob
Dr. Johnson has discovered llio most
"v,. "? nni1 -""'1' 'nctlnnl Itrmcrty In tho
Afferllomuf thr kldm-)' n n.t lilniluYr, Iiivolniitnry
IHrlinr!;.-9, lmpotcnc) , flrnr-rnl Ilrbllltv. .Xenon..
iic, iijjpi'iini, I.tnijiinr. I.ow Spirits, Confusion of
....,,,.,,,.,, ni i trnri, Tumulty, -j rem im,
1) iiiiinss .il Slum or (ii,I.Iii,o-. IHrtimeof lhll! .i.l
fhrnnt. Nihp, or linivi'U-ihntc Tcrrlblo IHsordprs
tins tiR from miliary Habits of Viiulli-srrril mid
military prankon nirr- filial in tlirlr viiilnn than lliu
.'hi'?, ::!o1;;;r,!::te.i!:,:r'"H ?w
niarrl.n'n. A r . V"' "ii"u..., r.(,in8
IWtljilly, whu havo lirconin tlm vlilhns of SVilit-ry
vice, thai ilrrnillul ninl tlncirurilv i.ni.n ui.iPilnn.,
tlly u i-i pM t i.ii untimely crave Hit tinantlaol iniii2
",' Hio wo-l txallnd IiiIpiiIi nnilVrilllarit inlUlcrt,
wlm might rilinrwlsc- haf; uilmnuil libelling tcii.
. ",, ' """"" ,B iio'iocuce, or uakeu in ce
liac' tlio lit ins lyio, may rail uilh full confl deuce.
Mnrrlil ricrrona, or JmiriiJ mmi nntPtnplntlns mar
riiie. Ii'i'n; wiirr of ihncal weakness, uruitnii
killty, (li Tin mill, , iK'i'tlil) rtir.il.
Mi: i;i ii'ar l.iimn, uttuVr ifio rate of llr J, may
n liti'niHiy fi.n .I'if in his liniinr as n itehllciii.in, ami
tmilidcntly n I) trp.iri liln kil tti ;, phygicuii'
OUUAX10 11 IlAKNIlfy
I to rn-illitclj t' ircd and full k-or rilorcil.
7 tin ilMtri'iviV ntrrrtlnii nliicli leudets life win
vnhlu ninl inarii ii;i- iiiriiiMmlili' it tin) pi-naliy ,al,
l tint i linii i.t itnitljiir itxtuliioiirri Yniiiii; pr-r-runs
arp ton apt in tmiiinll rtrtw i frnm lint lii'lua
nuaro rf tli' iiriMill'iil mm "pn nre,, tha m.iy nuim.
r.'mi . who that uiuli-ri-tninl tin- suiij..u will prrii ml to
tony Hi it; the power of pun're i.tl n l In.t ooimt In
ilmsn t'-il llni! n.tn iiuriip"r lmbits than hy the put
rtPlit I'l'II b in; ili.pnvi'il n: tfii- plinllre ol In i,.
t".v i liiprlu tin' mi,. I s.TiniM nn,I in .trniilvu i.)inp.
hnin of hnt'i I.., ly anil miuil aripi!. Tin' Kvmi'iu ln
roiiHH ilcmi'Ml, thii iilijfiral ntnl iiipnt.il 'lum timin
.'i-nrf nf'l, tiii' nf i'ri'i'rfatiti' pnir, crtniM Irr.
taliility, Dy.p -pna. Pilpitatlnn nf th- Heart, Iiimiii-
Itnn, t.'onMiiniiiiual Hi Inlny, u Willing ol I hu Kiatuu
i.'ou(h, l.'ntirimiptldii, lliiay nn.l Dentil.
Mpif'.pr 0' lli lUynl Cnll'-sij ol Si-rc(!tn, l.nmlnii,
Uratle'V' !rmi nf Ihcinu-t mniiii-ut ColU.i-u in tint
t i.iti.J t .i.i"., i.nil th.. fri'.ilfr part nf ulinai: llfc has
bi'i'ii .ptiit in t i' honpilals ni l.uniluti, 1'uriH, I'liil.t
oi iln . ..nil v'fuw hi'ri', li.i". ciiVi ti'.l miiiiu ol thn iimrt
r ii i'i liins r trii th it wi'ru I'tfr knnrt u ; many turn
t: ii t. r.ii tii'.'i in th.. Ii,.;i,l nn.l i i rs tilnii iu i..p
f i' t. tv ni .n lii-iii't ahirni :tl nt 5iiil.lr.il t..mu,i
I.'.. i i.'i mi:i I'r.'ipu-ii l,l!i.!:iii', :it I I'll .). .1 s..i,n.
1. 1. . u nn. ii .(i nni' nt of i.ii.i.l, irc luicil iuiu. m
lAt"- I'AiiTii.ri.Ait :;inicu-
!r S. i!'ri"-i'U r.ll thori'wlio havt injiir.'il t h-iti-"lvi'n
l inipfpfr iinlulLi-n'-u anil .nlitarv l.uhii,
nil. i I. r'l'll I'l.l'd lmiy no, I I. Il'd. IIHliUlll;"lil 'in ,i
i'Ft r I'i'. nH-8, ftinij . i. i ii ty, or tnai n.if.
1 ti' y ai i tmii.t of tht ni I .in. I nirl ii.clit'lly ifi'.rt
pr'n'ii' -il h i nriy IiwIjHj ol out!i, vi..' U riiktuKii . f
tin' ii irit an .1 I.i hIik, I'm ni. in ihu lluul, Ilium, m ..f
ritit, l.ois of r.fti rul.ir 'nwiii, I'l'IpMatinti ol the
II'. ut Mj "P'-pi't. r.'i'rvniu In liability, l Tauiti no nt
of tin' Mr;.'-in i I'llin tin'is, (iu.iiil II hihty, .-'yin,!
I l.-l 1 '.f 'nil' inn i tin i. ,Cc.
Sirs i r.t.v -1 h f. .irlul I'tP rlt on tlw inln.l nro mnrli
tn t, ' ur, -i. Ii'il. J.o. of mi iiiit, rnnlittiwii . f I
i' ,i , ',io:i rf t.;ifitii, I!v il I'ni-Iioi ii'th, Avit-n-u in
"'. i t," ri 'I ! i' r"st, I o i; of hn ituili, 'J'imu.i'.)
ips n nf ii, .tin pio Inc-'il.
I i,n.ifi:ii)i rf purMiiM nf all aRps ran tintv Jui!e,t'
klun Ihtf p:ii. nf tli.ir ilprlinln; li.i.illli, lualiiB ill' il
iiinr. h muiiiii' w ak i,tli'. iurvi4 .tml en armti'il,
hul.H' n 'HClil.ir .ippr ,ir,i,i(". iiliuul ilia el'E, conh
rni-l i .j touia of L'tinsa inptiuii.
t. :. .jrr' llirrnful' Uv ft i iHain pmctrrf.iii
ifj.l iti wli.-ii uI.mic. n lnitfitt'rf'i'K ittlv IciriMl iri'M
e il n n!t''ii'i' i'3. or nt eham, i !) rt-i nf wlm li nr1
iiit'liily I. u f 'M v ji mi. I, if not run .1 r ii
i -rs urn ri.'rfc i iiiihi uv 'Htrujs IjuIIi mm. I ami ;
V y. !imi ' . ;ily intutrMliitti'lj , i
V lint n 'itv via it ii j mil u iii'iii. th" linp of our rnmi ;
iy. 1 1. ;.n uf hit ir i.m. tli 'ul.t Inj cn.'itrh.''l fioin
aU it. (M-fU jiimI citj.ii, innt ol lil't Iy the udie- i
j . .it f t' if r- i ititu lioin ili' patli nf ituturo. ft it l iu j
rtulj; an. in a c-iMiu t-i net l::ilit. Put Ii n mods must,
t:f'i! . t.-l.' Wi.ltl'l
rrn-rl tint n uminil iiiiivl an, I lioily an) tlic mnt iutpi
sai) ri'',uit iu t ptuiniitu (ontiuliiiil happiutM lin
rlccil, uitlionl iIil'mi Hie Journey thtnugli lifo hpcnm.-is
a u, .ij pil;riinnsp ; Urn ptotpi'it hourly ilarN. lis tn
trip ii.'w, 111,1 linn,) lii'LiiIll1 t. rtl.lilntVL'it With lii".p.llr i
hi., I nili ' v. r.'rl'iP imilaiii holly ri llntlon that Hi- hap
pinc.u of iinnlln r ii'ioiiip9 Militi'il il!l our own,
(H'r.r 7 South hiakikk Slrcit,
I tfl-lmnil hi.)'- if iin fi om ll.iltiuinro rlrppt, a fp'v iloorn
nun lli coiner, l'jil nul to obnervi: iiaiuo ami mini
No liltPi9 rpp.plvpil ttnb pnclp.ii'i run! run
limine a -in. op to In; inn il on the ri ply. Irrsnnt
tvritimt tiioiti.l -tale nili' ririi n'tul portion of mlvertit-c.
uo'iil ili'iLnlniiH vni,liinis
V ho Iloi tor'x lliplniun hangn in his office.
Emln'scment of the Press.
Thr piny lii'nunniij ntri-il nt tliU PstnlilMiiin'nt
V. ilhtn Iip I it twenty year', ami tint (iiuini'roiis nil
yur'niit Mirit n' oper'ttinnii pi'ilnrmpil, liy I r. ijoliin
tniiilni'!5i.il bv tint repniiers of Tin Sun mill many
utltiT iatur-, not'ics o wliiuli han' appparcit rijani
ixi Ljnin lr lino lliu pnlilit, lipnidet his t-laniliuc in
f. i IIl'iii.iii or iharaeU'r .mil rerponibiliiy. in ft mill
cunt u.'iraiily tn tlm ulllieteil.
ULin Dhcdxcs SpeirUly Cured.
April 2.', IP'S.-!'
Sl'Li:.DlD BARGAINS I
All taf o( llioir Money's Worth.
Vt". FORSYTH II CO..
XS nil 41 Ann Fired, N. V. (IHo M ami 4t N.utiu
Hlreel). iff r for i.ip the follnivins inagiiiticnt
Ualdirr., Chains, JcwrJry, F:".
17- nu'ii aiiiu'm: o.vr. iiou.Aiila
Ami lint to Iin .Oil 1. r.'lll you know wli.it
) jii mi to git.
t50 C.nUU Silver tniJS,froin loSI.'O 00
.'Oil l.tnliiia' (lotil WntcliM, H.1.PH each.
5'JU l.inlipn' r.CeiiU' HilM.r w.-.trlif , 1S.IKI each.
e.ilUU N .k U (iuaril Cli.iinl', $J 00 lo l.'i.im emli.
(i.tiutllliilil llatnl llraieli'N. 1)11 ' to IIHI'I eael..
O.liuo I'lam.i'li is.-il, UVililin? nnsi - 50 to uUO caili.
i,0d;i i 1 j I ii ii i.i Uiauiuinl 1'ins an J
Union, nonio I". Ollearli,
1 ..i III) fi'i"l,'iillea' Jewelry, 5 00 lo 1.1 lit) eat II.
lutiiuililil i'.'iia, filver .Muuntcil
1 1 i.lili.T 1 CO to .1 0(1 eatli.
iriuooc.ilil I'' ni'. Hllv.u Cascj anil
I'miiN. 4 0) In CCCcacli
T.vri'tlii riwllli IllMion SIIJm. llosoni ritmli r-'li evn
llultun linlil remiN, IliiiklK. Ilroniliea Co.l Tlilui
lile, l.ui i!iop. I'hililnnN l.oopa AiKiniic I'i n.
nnJ llliij., Heal 1111134, - trf I'mn W.itcli Kek, ll.n.i
varn tv of Silve- Ware, t Inbrauii; (iobkl, Cups,
C'a.iori. 7'i'.'i.aiiil T.ihio FP'i' in. fccfioiu 4-5 I053P,
'111 uriii Iph in llim tlotk am nt Urn neale.t nil
tnostlmhiouLblu tyiet.. l-'prlilliat of nil the vari
ous arliriris are pin in t.eah il titVLloiipi itml inlxoil,
t Ii il i elviiig all a fair cliaiicn, ami ent liy mail, a or
. reU ; uml on thn reeelpl of thu certificate, it in nt
jour optnin to KPintUVIl 1)1)1. h.Mt ami lake tin- ar
licle iium til in it, nrnoti or any oilier atlali' in our
lid of i anal wilii".
Covtifilc-'itos and Tromiums.
Pitiili'f'prtlfiratp, M eeiiU i ftvo Certiflcatps, 81
ck'v 'it. J , nveiiiy-fivp Willi premium nf linlil Pen
03. Vj ; l.iiy with pH minm ol Unlil I'i neil ami I'eii, 15 10;
urn linn in I with premium nfrtilu r WjIiIi. 5.'H: tvvn
liunar' I tli pn loiuni nfliniil Wulcli, S-0 t ertilli
1 110 neon v 1 in I.k.'iI With "r I -r. llt. ry letter, Irom
w.Mti'V r 1 -iin , promptly iini i-reii
lio... em ny 111.11I, careljliy pickeil. All nrtlcle
not M ti.f.iil.iri cm U re iira il nuJ ecluii3i 'l.orlln
money reiuu l. ,1 ir nWieil. Tin u.niil ol ilullar.
ivorlh or aitii.il olil to our lUftuintrs iliirmu Hi"
' "AoVi.Vi'ri w.tiitnil oerywIiVi. PenJ 2j ci hu for
Ctrtmcowaua C.rnilar. Ml;Un..m u (;0
30 an.l 41 Ann rMroet, 4Sv York.
Nor. 4, '0.1-31,1. 9111 rt .M. I'. Abu.
AI.IIH.1IrJ to AI.UU.1I rtCl't'KKS, -feljl"2 t
viy low prices for eaih. W, O. l'LHk
Kr1i.INiai fk W ee. fcKaie 'htts
N. E. Cor. Tenth ami Chotiuit Streets;
. y railmiie, , ,h co,,m,erc!;i ,-ourso SetW
,... ., - rein ny atllllnrlty of lllV.
ainlle.ln,lvnta-ieSfor. " o, " I u CU c-fi an,'l
-inr iral ,..,lc.',llo,i nfyonns l.ie.i lor l o a lou u
ti.'f. a 11 lemp m- nu f l),1,,.M nre nnoui no
by a pyftcmor C'OMIIIMH.
Ai.TCAJ, r.UeiN'll.-S TUAIXINT.
2 S",,;,,,l'"'lire.inli,cntly prnrllc.il. p. vinir IIip ii-
protirleioV of tM:'rJ f, ' ' '. '.'"A ..
use ,.,,, , 0. ,,air . r,,lna lalVoAif ho .tu I ,
TFIK C()MMl;UCAL COURSE
J5 'olk(iopii)r.',CotiHiiciclal AriihiiiuticPon-
uiaiisUip, JJumiics Unrruipomloiiee,
Uouiiiicrciiil l.iiw, heclures on
Rusiuoi'3 Affair, Gotunjer
cial Ou-toniH, Forms,
iifjil Actual tiusi
. dpx J-'riclicp.
Jl'.gl'na and the 1ilal, Malkmalic; rhowtaphy. Or
namniMI 'cnpen,,;,. the virr o tjttitni2
trjidf. Mtrigatljii and
Till1 nrrilPC llinntu for '1 1 lem-nnl,!,, -. -.1
vanee ,.f .inyilii,,,. ., , M, f;tr,., , b
lie. A reeiil ir 'Pel., r ,1,1, i.i, .,
lllKllllllli.il wi'll twenly l.iaucll nlliue- in v.irluud
' .' , , ' 1 "' IIUDIIO liiMiliUHi is traiw.lcleil,
.mil in winch t!n ii.ii,.i.iM ,,i ii,,d 1,.. n
iiillle.l In praeliie. ,Nn reaular nliic.l pmctlco' r.m bo
naii 111 not nth, r m Inml n iiKlnn tinn in tlm country.
inn nit won n 1,,, 1, in.- can nlitaiu a pi.sitioii na a piac
ne.n nper.itur. Y011112 men nr.' cautinticil miaiiiki lliu
ot'repltvu ri'i'mi'lit'ili.'liN 1.1' thr..,. u'h ,t
tui Ii faciliii. 3, pie-.tml lo I. arli 7Vlejr.iphiiij.
This liiMituUoit ill IlilVV ,'lii nl'lllfr ftln l.n.l ,.ql.n.
Irnnaai in r hvt,neil iipnn tiny t'ouiiiiurriai ihoot in
,'iii''. ,,vi r uv. nut nre, tl.n i-nl. v,.n, In t,tt,.n.
the II ht yi ar, ninl over nrfili liumlreil iIiiiIiil'
n -In, be fi.11 nil Inre. .111, 1 ail ii. .-i.,,, ..ii,,,,
J.lHt year. 'I he b-l eta-4 nf tnilpnia i,nt ,i..
J.Ot'A'l'loK A xii AC'C'OJIMODATION'S.
'I Ilia lllbtlttlljot! i Ifirnti'il ill the litrt.t epitltnl n.trl
nf tlie ii!) foil Ha ...' null. ,,,, lull. HIS. fur eMplit. ele-
1,1. en nun rn.,1 !,, nee, are iinxitrpa'oil All tin)
1 "ii i have 'mi 11 lit led up ju me very upt t-lylo Willi
1:1 jsimiss oj rircst mi cuL'.vnw not;si;t.
:'ui.i:r.i:Ai'ii oi'i'ici:, statiu.naiiy bTouu.
AMI A l'.HUl. Ml
in xi; or ijiii'n.iiT .n issin:,
t,up.iliil with linely ent'i-aieil lit lingr.t phic notP(i tncil
. . ..,,,..h ..t.iMiiu ,11 uiu ... j, 11 ihil'ui in ,ciuai
wlm tli-sirn tho ery b'fl f.iriitli- for a
Prsc.k'.il f:!nf.il:f!i! for IlKfinrss,
w.' L'uiiiiin h p a rniiri.1' of in-iructinti no wh"re else
'in n wilt',, inn ri'p'ilitii'ii ami Hatnlini; of ihe
iivlitiiiKiu mnonc Ini-iit. t. m ..1 mike it em'orwp-
luinit the bert p.ii.i,porl In '-in 1 ami ailvaiicemi.tii,
A I font in i.l.i ; 1 ri L- 1 .t,'i 1 11 ..i.i CiiiiiiiPicinl Colli':!!'.
nr ini ii. ii m teinl lor an ll.l.l'.STHATUI)
CllM ULAR AND CATALOGUE
C'litaittm; rnni.l lo irin-f..f ovs jf the C'ollcgn,
nii'lfull p.irlirulflrt of tlu courfu of intruciioii
I. nifiBA.-iKS, A. M.,
rperinl Temher anil Supt. of OClco Mutinoa.
Nov. 4, lrli5--lrl.l.
M. ATA) St'n.Mit'S,
Slft'l: not ralleil in,
iills reci Iv.il.t , ...
U, f.S -! liollila,
'I'l'inpni arv euil eall loni,
Hlil pit. Ilea V, onil'lj tt.llik Stock,
;.ii niarea 1 ni ,. no hi, 11 lianK i,t ;vill:.!arre, ,1 uiill
70 iharea Seioml uiinnal l.'mil, nt tVilltes-llarre. 7.im I
PI Miaren t lilies. 11 irre lliiiliio Sloe1!, . . " J-11
Ileal IM.it... .... ,;i,
Jitilenient., . .... juj
line troin Atp-nti anil others, . . 7,411
t;,n,li in liau.l ami in 1. ink 1,12
li. M. IIOl.T.llNIIAl IC,
JDIIV HDIL'II AKIt.
r .MI 111. U'AIHIAMS.
n it. 1. i on.
I. . I). Sllul'.MAKUK.
II. .11. lllll 'j',
Vm. S. litj.s.i,
I h.uu: A IllXIlIt,
s: i:v.ur riniici
c. :i i")i.i.i;Mt.i K. rrtnijtni.
I.. II. sllUi;IAKi;i:. Vice I'm'l.
it, C. .s.iirrn, sttiutiiiY.
r. mtowx, A-cnt.
Jlarih "1, 1 . i..tliui,', Ta.
Third fitlttion, Jlfly Thousand 100 ja
tcs , cloth covers.
1!Y ROUT. H HELL, M. D.,
A cnutimi kIiIii-hmM t youth, tli c tn.irrici! riii those
Sent liy mail, pout naltl, on r r. i.t o" TI. PUXTrt.
AfuH'ft'i prniK.nl uf thin tiitall k Iin Ii.'cn ;i
, BOON TO TIIK AFFLICTED!
nuj lias aavei' IliouF.niila fimu a lifit of misery anil an
It treats on Mm ei ila of Yonthliil Imli. notion, .Self
Abut.!'. rieiiiiti.il W'eakneM., Hiui.fciuiia. Sexual Dik
e.n.ea, (leiinat Intnlily, l.naa of I'niver, Xervoinneaa.
I'rcuialnre Kern) , lin".li nie, In:. He. winch unlit
Hie millerer rnmi lulliliiiii! Ihn
Liiuu.iriuM or ju.iiuti.iai:,
.1. BlU'AN, CoiisultiDg PhyMeian
Bus 50;!). 442 Bioiiilway, N. Y.
July li, Iflii.
Public Square, Wilkes-D nre, Pain'a
HpllE untlcvs'iKn''L Living piu'ehat-ctl tho
ths nbov c properly ami ptopoo to relit ami inako
it a fir.i-i lint I
No puma will be i.iteil in any of iU department,
to remler .ttiln tnni to .ill tueais .
The labia ami III.-Imr will iilwnya In- nipplleJ with the
ln.t thu i.iaikt t aiiurua. tinou iuuiiiik inr iioiia,auu
ntioiil;e mlk'ij AIo, l.ivery ulUilie.l.
'I'll" CM'h.inco H eligibly lluate, mt tlia i'ulilic
g'lu ire. ninl h.ia lliereiuru pei uli.ir niliautacea tn pir
aoni uilitmiiii; roiitl i r lining liiuiiam m I lie publir
i.lhiLa. t'liarjiea iuu.ler.ate
II -WlienoM-r you loin'.' id town, please call.
II. hsllIMEi: .1- CO., l'rop'ra.
Skylight Picture Gallery.
IN Till: liXCIIANtiiJ I1LOCK.
r?i-tfmiti r, if-y.
AJBLOOMSBURG GENERAL . ADVERTISER,
"TO HOLD AND TRIM THIi TOROK OF TRUTH AND WAVE IT O'Htt
Often, little thin? wc hear,
Often, little thing- wo tco,
Waken thouglita Unit long mVo ilcpl
Deep down incur memory.
SlMiisdj- sllsliliho cltiuinalancf..
Thai Ii.u foicototurii thn mind
tlackwanl on tho path ofycar.,
To tho loyeil (cciicsf.tr behind t
'l is the perfume ofn flower,
Or a aualnt, nlil f.iliioneil luuoi
Or a ons biro 'mill Iho leave.
Unjlnit in tho sunny Juno.
vl'ta tlioei i'iiiiii! Mar, iuiili,i..
In the gluoutiuc, rllver Bright ;
Or a coM ami purple cloml
Wanliis in tho Western light.
Tin the rustling of a dres,
Or a certain touu ofvolee,
That ran make Hie pulse, throb,
That can bid tho heart rejniee.
Ah, my heart But not of Joy
Must alone thy History tell,
Sorrow, liamo and bitter lean
l.tltld thin;, recall a. well.
A Hattui' iu Search of Fur.
On one ooension ,i hatter namml Wal
tur Dihhle called to huy some fur3 of ti?.
For i-ertaiu reasons I was anxiom to nlav
a jolco upon hitn. 1 told him several
kinds of furs, inoluuiug 'beaver' and 'co
ney.' He wanted some -Russia.' 1 told
him wo had iiimc, htu Mr?. Wheeler,
whuro I boarded, had soveral hundred
'What on earth h a woman doing with
Russia V ho said.
I could not answer.hut assured him that
l hero were one hiindnjd and thirty pounds
of old Rustia and ono hutidred r.nd Gfty
pounds of yoiiup Russia iu Mra. Vr'heeler's
house, and uader her charge, but whothoi
it 1789 for calf I could not say.
OjT ho stn-tccl, ith a view to make tho
purchase. Ho knocked at the door. Mrs,
Whcclor asked him to walk in and he seal
ad. She, the older, mndu her appearance.
'1 want to get jour Ru?sin,' said the
Mrs, Whcplor r.ktd him to walk in and
bo sealed. She, of course, supposed ho
had eocie after her daughter Rusliiti.
'What do you Vant of Rushia !' risked
tlm old ladj .
'To make hats,' was tho reply.
'To trim hats, I mppoje you mean !' ic-spnnde-1
'No ; for the outside of hatr,' replied the
'Well, I don't know much about hat?,
but I will call my daughter,' said the old
Pasaing into thu other room, whero Ru
shia the younger was at work, she in form
ed her that u man wanted her to make
'Oh, he means sister Mary, probably. I
suppose he ivanis some ladies' hats ' Was
Rushia's reply, as she passed into the par
lor. 'I suppose you wUh to see my sister
Mary; she u our milliner,' suiil tho young
'I wish to see whoever owns the prop
erty.' Sister Mary wai tent for, and soon
made her appearance. As soon as he was
introduced, the latter informed Iter that he
wished to buy Ruirda.
'Buy Rui-hia !' eielaimed Mary, iu sur
prise. '1 don't understand you.'
'Your uamo is Miss Wheuler, I believe?'
said tho latter, who ivad annoyed at the
difficulty hu met with in being understood.
. 'It ii, sir,'
'Ah, very well. In thcio old and young
Russia iu tho house i"
I believe there is,' said Mary surprised
at the familiar niauner iu which he spoko
of her mother and sUtor, both of whom
'What is tho price old Russia per pound V
I believe, sir that old Rushia in not for
sale,' replied Mary, indignantly.
'Well, what do you ask for young Rus
sia !' pursued the hatter.
'Sir !' said Ru.hia tho younger, spring
ing to her fett, 'do you come hero to in
mlt defenceless females 1 If you do we
will soon call our hrothei, who is in the
garden, and he will punish you as yon de
servo.' 'Ladies !' exclaimed tho hatter, Iu as
tonishment, 'what ou earth have I dono to
oll'end you ? I came here to buy tome Rus
sia. I was told you had old aud young
Russia in tho house. Indeed thii young
lady just slated such to bo the fact, but she
eays tho old Russia is not for salo. Now,
if I can buy tho young Russia, I watit lo
do so ; but il I it cau't bo. dono, pleaso
say so, and I will trouble you no further.'
'Mother, open tho door,and let tho gen
tleman pass out; he is undoubtedly oran','
snW Miss Mary.
'By thundor I I beliovo I shall bo, if I
remain hero long,' osolaimed tho hatter,
considerably excited. I wonder if folks
never do business in theso parts, that you
think a mau is eraay if ho attempts such a
'Business, poor man V Baid Mary sooth
ingly, approaching the door.
'I am not a poor man, mt'dam,' ronlicd
the halter. 'My name is Waltor.Dibblo.
I carry on hutting extensively in Danbury.
I came to Grassy Plains to buy fur, aud I
have purchased somo "boavor' aud 'coney,'
and now it seotna I am to bo oallcd 'craoy'
and a 'poor man,' because I want to buy
a little 'Russia' to make up an assortment.'
Tho ladien began to open their eyes a
little. They saw that Mr. Dibble was quitu
in earnest, and his explanation throw con
niderablo light on tho subject-
'Who sent you hero ?' aaked tistor Ma-
'Tho clsrk at the storo opposite.'
'Hu ija wicked young fellow for mak
ing this trouble,' said tho old lady. Ho,
has been doing this for n joke,' sho con
tinued. 'A jyke l' exclaimed Dibblo in surprise.
'Ilavo you got any Russia, then V
'My naioo is Jcinsha, and so is my
daughter's,' said Mrs. Wheelor, 'and that,
I suppose, is what ho meant by telling
you about old and young Rushia.'
Mr, Dibblo bolted through tho door
without a word of explanation, and made
dirootly for our storo.
You young scamp !' caid he, as ho oh
tercd 'what do you mean by sending mo
over there to buy Russia V
'I did not send you over there to buy
RusMii. I buppotcd you wero either a
bachulor or a widower, aud wanted, to
marry Uiuhia,' I repeated with a eoiious
'You lie, you dog, and you know il,'
replied he. 'But never mind, I'll pay you
ofi for this, somo day,'
And taking his furs ho departed.
A Fancy Sketch.
As there is a chance of tha District of
Columbia being turned into Dahomey and
of the Ebony class beinj; metarjorphojed
into voters, it will do no harm to draw a
fancy sketch of a seouo at the polls.
Wo will therefore suppose the polls open
and a voter presents himself nod hands in
Officer 'Wbat'e your name ?
Officer But your sur-nams
Voter Masa ncber called aio sir.
Offiecr Woll, your bopthmal name.
Voter Oh, gorry, neber was baptised
iu dis lifetime.
Officer Well, your Christian name ?
Voter No, Oris was do olo Massa's
OUioor Well, aro there any others
named Cuffey iu your Ward T
Voter Oh, Gjr-a-mighty yes, yah, yah,
dero am six Cufleys in ooo house.
Officer Well, whioh Cuffjy are you !
Voter Why, I am die identical Cdiu-y
what am standin' hero.
Offiecr But how do you know yourself
from tho other O uffcya ?
Vnter Why, db Cufiay am n gemniin,
do odder Culi'ey3 uro all coimii'iii folks.
Officer But which of the CufTes aro
you on this list of voter
Voter Cau't read 'ui 'glyphies.
Officer Well, where do you live ?
Voter Dowu st the hotel.
Officer Well, does any other Cuflfry
live thero ?
Voter Gorry yef, dero cm four or
six can't count which.
Officer Well, what's your wife'
us no ?
Voter Lor-o-Ma!scy, hain't got no
Officer Well, aro tho other Cuircyh
Voter Neber seed 'cm marriod. Doy
hub ouo woman betwixt cm nil. -
Officer Well, what ego aro you ?
Voter Dat qusstion is too mijticatcd
for dig child.
Officer Well, are jou twenty-one 7
Voter Neber counted more dau two
and had two oouut 'cm ono at at a time.
Officer Did you ever pay a las I
Voter Yc3, Matsa hof-ent iuo for tacks
ouce but ho paid for dat paper heself.
Officor What claim havo you for ask
ing n voto hero 7
Votot l's a loyal contraban Amerioan
citizen of African descant, Ex.
t'Jr 'There is u diviuity that shapes
our ends,' as a pig remarked when con
templating tho kink in his tail.
tSf What inufcical instrument doea a
glasa of old ryo icsemblo t The mellow
THE DARKENED EAKTIT."
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1866.
Under the abovoj beading tho N. Y,
Vest administers tho following well de-
served rohukc to our colcmpornriej of tho
Pittsburgh press :
Tho woman named Grindor, who vrn3
hanged on Friday at Pittsburgh, was the
most vulgar of assassins ; so ignorant that
sho could not writo her own unmo ; a mur
derer not to revenge a wrong, cot to gain
wealth, hut for a mero fiondish lust fordo,
stroying lifu. Yet even this disgusting
creature, about whoso history and crime3
there i'j no woro romance than thero ia
about a hyena gorged with tho putrid car
oassos of a battle-field, has not escaped an
ovation' at tho hands of tho Jenkinses of
Theso porfons attended her 'last mo
ments' with as much intorcst, and dojoribo
them as pathetically, na though sho had
been the victim instsad of the murderer.
They write about hor 'pleasant (.milir
the plca3nnt smile of :. poisoner ; about tho
'remarkably graceful inclination of tho
head, coupled with another sweet smile;'
hor 'mild cheerful tono j' tho 'pleasant
glance of her expressive blue oyes' all
this on tho gallows just as though this
abominable and accuised wretch, who had
but a day before confessed to the most
hateful aud unprovoked murder3,had been
an innocent maityr oondomacd by unjust
Nor does Jcnkinseurrcndor his subject
lo the undertaker without a final struggle.
The drop did uot put a stop to liiodolight
ful labor ; when tho body wos cut down
Jenkins appears to have rushed up lo the
gallows to linger it lo paw il rather
with disgusting plcasuro ; and, thus
wrought to a frceh freszy, hu buists out
with redoubled fervor :
'The cap was removed, and, to tho as
tonishment of every person who saw it,
the face wore exactly the tame placid,
choeiful, MuiliDg expression which charac
terised it ou the scaffold, during the '.rial,
and on all other occasions. Tho face look
ed as thohgh the might bo in a sweet sleep.
There was no discoloration or disfigure
ment, pave a m irl: around the left side of
the neck ; the eyes wero closed, but when
the lids wore pulled back, they still looked
bright and animated. Tims ended the
career of a womau who was fully tho peer,
not tho inferior in crime, of tho world-rr-uowried
Lunrezia Borgia. Hid nhe been
a tilled lady, like her predecesjor, or oven
walked in superior society. Ler name
would yet figute in plays and romances.'
And then Jenkins maunders on through
yet other paragraphs about tho 'weeklies'
pjentleness and childlike cheerfaluess' cf
Ihia monstrou-i crc.ilur?, who had what he
would probably call 'an unfcrtciiato habit
of adiuinisU'rimr aijonic to her friend.1-'.'
if she had only poisoned Jenkins !
A Warmso ,to Youxg Mex. Tho
Jackson Michigan Ciliz-n tells a story of
a young man in lhat city who had been in
the Inljit cif visiting tho rciddonco ofn ivid
owird lady who had a daughter "pnssing
fair.'' The youn man was assidt-.ous in
hi- cli-iiiion3, and wa a i:oa;tatit UMlor.
This notice awoke in tho young lady's
heart the 'lender passion, nod in her
dreams she iimigiucd that shshad ix-como
the wife of her Ailotd. Matters kept ou
the Mine old way. Tha young man cou
tinned his marked attentions and the
people began to whimper among (hem
seve,i;"A match, Mire!" while know
ing ones, with a solemn to?s of the head,
would remark, ''what did 1 tell you ?"
Tho young mnii went out to his Hupposed
charmer'H house thu other oveuibg, for
tho purposo of tnkiug tea. During the
meal the mother o! tho yoiiup lady ask
ed : "Whcu aio you nud to be mar-
ri.'d I" Tho young man leaned bad: in
the chair and colly remarked, that ho had
no idea of marrying anybody, aud that bo
and the daughter wero only friends. Uo
said he supposed sho understood ic so all
the time. Tho young lady said cot a
word but rose up and Mczud tho teapot,
which was filled with hot tea, nu4 threw
its boiling contents into his face, scalding
him Feveroly and loaviug an ugly mark
fcke then furiously ordered him out of her
sight. "Hell hath no fury like u woman
ecQrncd," j3 an old Haying, anu"tliis young
man cau attest to its truth.
ni A pbyaioion, who .is a truly pi
ous mau, was speaking in a prayer meet
tog laloly of tho duty of imposing tho
idea of salvation upon thojc near doath,
and of a physician's opportunities in this
way, and mado uso of tho following lan
guage : 'For my own part, 1 am never
eulloil lo soo a patient without feeling de
lighted to loam that he U ptcpared to die.'
"Our Mutual Friend "Money.
Tho publishers of Webster's Dictionary
has bcon adding new words to tho Webster
text, aud gives in its how ono the follow
ifC.' 'Copperhead a northoru sympathise
with southern rebellion.'
Presuming lhat no ono will question onr
right to bo called a copperhead, inasmuch
as there is not a loyal paper in tho country
but has so termed us, albeit no sympa
thiser with a southern rebellion, wo ac
cept tho definition of the Now England
sligrnatiscr of honest men who (has define
words will accept our ahalogy and defini
tion of a few words.
'LoYAirv' a cloak worn by thieves,
oowards and robbers to oonccnl their plun
der. StinJUOATioN'. tho net or art of rob
bing innocent women and children.
TitorniEJ?. Piaacfl, ci!ver war?, silk
dresses, laces, picturas,and ether valuables
stolen by 'loyal' men from defenceless pej-
eoos iu tiic south.
Relioio;; A pasiion for blood.
Samitauv Faiks I)onc7ocnt junk
chops from which 'loyal' men and women
sloal a livisg.
RKco.vsrnucrro.N'ier. A person" who
kills his nsighbor for tho purpoce of tor.r-
ing down his nicejhouso to make for him
self a b'irn.
Fukudmak.' A half, Gtarved Ulan and
brother, driven from a coinfortabla homo
to subsist by beggisg or to dio of disease
Sin ateoy Tho art of getting to the
rear with a drovo of mules, aud what cot
ton might have been found at tho front.
Economy Going abroad ou pleasure
excursions at government expense.
Good Iimes Enormous debts and op
Statesmanship Tuc art of telling a
A it my CnAPitAi:: A fifth rath preach
er who would deeort his church,- to follow
a fife. .
On tho whole Wo rather liko lliu mak
ing of Dictionaries and shall contiauo i:
after a while. La Crosse Dcmocrut.
Tun JIo.NEr Moon. Why is tho first
month after niarriago oallcd tho "honey
moon 1" Doubtless on acoountof tho er;ect
lunaiy which controls tho heads of tho
parties during that brief and delightful
period. What a pity that thoy should
ever get quite rational again ! That senti
mentality should give place to sentiment,
prnticiont to sense lovo yiold to logic, and
fiction to fact, till tho happy pair aro re
duced from tho Edea of r'omanco lo the
Sahara of reality from lloaven to oatth
and perhaps a peg lower I
Strange 83 it may seem, thero have been
couples who havo qunirelcd iu the first
month of matrimony, and havo got back
lo Ihoir astonished parents beforo the good
mother had fairly got done weeping, (and
rejoicing too) at her daughter's departure.
Their "honey moon" soured at tho fall Of
hor thorn and become a moon of vinegar
instead, A bad omen that ! Thero was
much sense and propriety in the tsr.t which
tho ancient clergymen choso for a wod
diDg torinon. It was taken from the
Paalm3 of David, and read thu3 : ''And
iui. uieru ua pence, wuuo toe mcou ctjaur
cth." A Beauth-uIi Idea. Among tho Al
lc'ghanies thero i3 a spring oo small that a
single ox could drain it dry on u sunmer'.s
day. It steals itj unobtrusive way a'nong
tho hills till it spreads out into tho beauti
ful Ohio. Theneo it ttretehes away a
thousand miles, loaving on its banks more
than a hundred villiagcs and cities, and
many thousand cultivated farmstead bear
ing on its busom mora than a thousand
steamboat. Then joining tho Mississippi,
it stretches away somo twelvo hundred
miles or moro, until it falls into tho great
emblem of eternity. Jt is ono of the great
tributaries of tho ocean, which, obedient
only to God, shall roll aud roar till tho
angel, with one foot, on the sea and the
other on land, shall lift up hU hand lo,
hoaven and swear lhat timo shall be no
loDgor. It is u rivulet, an ocecn, bound
leis and fathomless as eternity.
Cay A few days ago u young Fcbool
:nistre:s was takiug-down tho names and
ages of her .Miholats at the commencement
of tho term. Sho asked a littlo whitehead
ed boy : 'Bob, how old arc you 7' 'My
uamo ain't Bub, it's John.' 'Woll,' said
tho schoolmissresB, what is thorctt of your
uamo 7' 'Why, that'll all tho name I'vo got
jist John.' 'Well, what is your lather's
namu 7' 'You needn't put pap'j name
down, he uiu't comiu' to school any ; lio's
too bii to go tu school.' 'Well, bow old
aro you J' 4 n'm't old at all; I'm younK "
TERMS : 2 50 IN ADVANCE.
The Fruits of JcftFousv.
Tho Secretary to tho Mayorality, Cap
tain W. B, Olivier, as is his usual cus
tom, yosterday sr.cruin oponod bis offioo
in lliy City Buildings ot an oarly hour,
aud soon n'fter ho was called upon by a
saddle-colored individual whoso name is
Joseph Mario, who appeared to bo undor
r great elate oxoitement. Ills first ex
clamation, addressed to tho Oapt. was :
'Qivo tno a warrant, sir 1'
'State your enso,' said tho Secretary,
in liia usual mild way, 'and if I think it
demands a warrant, you shall havo it.
'Well, yon see, Capt. somo toti months
ego, I marriod the daughter of William
Bcokloy, whoso color is perhapd a ehado
lighter thoa mine, and wo lived happily
together for the spaco of eight months and
three week?, when sho boro mo a child.
'All rright,' responded the Seorotary.
'No I' replied Josonh, 'it is not all
right ; it nnaalural, and I conoludcd
to divide tho hcusoholk with my wife in
other 7ordc, I loft her, end took ray de
parture from tho city.'
Ho then wont on to stato that aftor n
couple of weeks Lo rcflooted upon whathu
bad done, and finding that ho had dono
wrong, bo repented and addressed a noto
to his wife, asking that bo might return,
and ba forgiven. Sho ropliod that ho
might come back. IIo accordingly mado
his appearance Tuesday night last, when
he was met by her lather and brothor,who
administered to him a sevens beating,,
which was plainly visiblo upon his faco
and head, which was of a variegated color.
The warrant was i3u.od, tho parties wero.
arrcctod, and yesterday morning tho Bock
leys were boforo tho Polico Court on tho
charge, Tho Judge, after hearing th.
evidence, dismissed them, ho doubt con
sidering that Joseph. Marin got no ruor,
than his deserts. Cincinnati Inquirer.
A Shout Love Story. Iioro ;s
story by ono Morgan, a sea captain, con
cornbg the choice of a husband at sea.
Single ladie3 often cross the water un
der tho special care of tho captain of the
ship, Md if a lovo affair occurs among tha
passengers, the captain is usually tho con
Cdoiii of ono or both parties. A very
fatcinating young lady had been placed.
usdt,r Moigan's care, cud three young
gantlcmoa fell desperately in lovo with
her. They were all equally agreeable
and tho young lady waj purzlcd which to
eaeourago. Sho asked tho csptain'ri ad
viw. 'Coma on deck,' ho caid, 'tha fint
day it in all perfectly calm, this gentle
men, of course, will ba nctir yon. I wilL
be lowered down, aud ycu jump overboard
and r,ec which of tho gentlemen will jump
tftor yonl I will take caro of you.'
A calm eocu came, tho eeptain'a eng
ges'.ions wero followed, and two of tho
lovers -amp-jd after tho lady in an in
Munt. But botweon ihem the yourig la
dy could cot decide, cu exactly bad been:
their devotion. Sho again consulted thee
captain. 'Tako (he man that didn't jump.
ha'a tho most een'-iblo follow, and vritl
raako tho best husband. '
ES-Arlemua Ward in describing hii
journey from California says "Tho dri
ver with whom I saccutsidc informed tan
as wo elowly rolled down tho fearfel
mountain road which looks down on oithca
eiJo info an appalling ravine, that ha ban
met accident in his timo and cost tbe
California Stage Company a great deal ofl
mcaoy, 'because,' said he, 'juries ia ogia
us on principle, end every man who suosf
us is ture to recover. But it will never
be is p agin, not with vie, you bet !' 'How
is that, I said, It was frightfully dark..
It was snowing withal, and.jnotwithstand
tun tho brakes ccro kept hard down, tho.
coach slewed wildly, often touching the,,
brink of tho hlaok precipice. 'How j
that 7 I raid. 'Why, you see,' ho replied P
that corpotcs never euo for damages, but
maimed people do. And ths next time I
have an overturn, I shall go round und
kcofully csamino tho passengers. Them
as is dead, I shall let alone ; bat them as
is mutilhlcd, I shall finMi with tho king
bolt I Dead folks don't sue. Thoy ain't
on it.' Thus, with anocdofc, did ihbj.
driver cheer me up.'
Cq5 Mrs, Partington bays that Ike
having becomo enamollcd of sirou cf Bos-,
ton, has led her to tho menial ter. JJo
didn't appear tho luast bit decomposed.
On tho back of his wedding cards vit
little cubebs with wing;'.
ES- 'A man wuo'll maliciously 6Ct firp
to u barn,' caid M. Slow, 'and burn up
twenty cows, ought tc be kicked to death
by n jackaes, and I'd Uko lo do it !'
8 Never turn n blessing round to
e whether there U durk ido to k. -