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irooFLA ND' S 1317 TD RS.
Prepared by - Dr. JACKSOi?;
£IIIL4DELPIIIA, , PA.
The aieat Remedies for all Diseases
LIVER, STOMACH, OR-
lloofland's German Bitters-
le co s mprißod of tho veto jelcon for; no they am medic!.
Holly-tornird,—.l , .. (;; , - - -4 wzr tractr) . - 01 - Rtro - ta t
Ili. rb P And Berl,. It
_ i s
. ntitlng n propora-
Mon, highly eonCen I t Y"'"'n . lraled, and entirely
frtefrom dieoheiie iXeleill -.)--, edaliztnre ei any
'ls aliomblnnflon of nil the ingredients of the 13Ittere,
_yith the purest qe tity 4. Santo VriFißeet, °lunge,
oto, making tine of the most pleasant - rued agreeable
' remetllte seer ottere.tVepublie.
Those preferring elle. gnu free from Aleollolle ad.
- uslxture, will use
Hoofland's German - Bitters.
•nseo of nervpue deprennion, wben some alcobollo
'':HOOFLAND'S. GERMAN TONIO
The Bitters or the Tonle are both ovally good, cad
contain' the same medlehml Tint flop.
The nomad), from a vallely of en LISCP, truc,ll an Dull
ration; Dyepeprin, • Nervous Debility,
a . etc., la very apt toC,.' Imve funotiona
-derangevl. reoult • 1, which In, flint the
patitnt Rufferl from eet - Urti or more of
the following tlltcasca:
Gqnstipition. Mitulanco Inward -Filen,
Fulnenn of _Mood to the'lLead, Acidity
of tltc Eton - wall, - Nnusen. Heart
burn, Diecurit for Food, Fulnena
or Wei, IA in -the ptomnek, •
- Sour - ,F.ruct efirin,,- -Sink
of the ':J ton, t, Bcsimmincr of
the Head. Hutrinif or Difficult
Dreathing, •riniz • ut the- Heart,
Choking. or s Li,c Sensations when
in a Ly ing roan rs, DimneaS of Vision,
' Dots or i'W,l,9 refofs the Sight,
Dull rain the Head. Dell
cieney I'-rptiiriition, Yel
of. the Skin and
c rain in
sate Side, 2,1 1 - 1 Back,Chost,
etc., :hi Sudden
Tl tt h eta of lq eat, Burning
-in tho Bleeir,Cotix , tint Imaginings of -.Evil,
and (rent-Depre,sion of
These remedies will effectually cure Liv . er Complaint,
41.indice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility,
Chronic Diarrhoea; Diet,, of the Kidneys, .tind nit
Disounes arising from a Di - t
-ordered Liver, Stomach, or
genultirm• from any Canna whatever;
' •PROSTRATION OF 7.11. E SYSTEM,
induced by Severs Labor, Hard
ships, Empooure, Erryere, ete. •
There is no medicine extant I , quaI ' FIMICPO remedies
In such cases. A tone and %I d, Is Imparted to the
-whole'Bysten4--t r peute is bitmfigth,
sued, foon4s enjoyed,• . the stomach digests
:promptly, the blood puritim, the COM.
pluton :b co eme ,
s , lund and healthy,
the yellow tinge is crud.:.led from the eyes, a bloom
ls given to the cheeks, and the weak and nervous in
' valid becomes a strong and healthy being.
Persons Advanced in Life, '
AM feelingthe - hand of timeArelOang heavily upon
Dern, with ell Its attendant ilk will dud In the use of
this BITTERS, or the TONIC, an ellzlr that will
Instil new life -In olhelr veins, restore In. a measure
the energy and ardor of more youthful days, bul.d up
their shrunken forms, and give health and happiness
to their remalithig yiars. „.
,It le a well-established fact that fully one.halrof tho
• female portion of our , . population ere eel.
.71; domln the enjoyment , of food health; or,
use, their own en MI 'pression," never feel
guld,""devold - of — nil
energy, extremely nervous, and Lava no appetite. ,
To tide class of persona the BITTERS, or the
TONIC, is apcelally recoumentled.
-NVEKK - AND - DE,LICA4ETCHILDIiEN
Are made strong by Clio uso of either of these remedies—.
They-will cure every case of.MARABDIUS, without
Thousands of ecrilflentea have accumulated in the
-bands-of the _proprietor, but apnea will allow of the •
publication of but a few. "Those, ft will be - observcd
ore men of note) and o 4 ouch clouding that they multi
Itoz•Geo. W. Woodwitrd.
• Chief lattice of the Supreme Court of Pa., writeil:
Phitadelphia, - March 10, 1867:
"I find Gloolland's • • German Bitters' le
a good tonic, useful - In diseases of it,
digestive orsaina,and l';,. &
of great benefit - 1u
cases of dobllity, and , wont of nervous aa
tion in the system. Yours truly,
GEO. W. WOODWARD: , •
• Hon.. James Thompson.
• rud g eir, the t qupeente Court of .rennay/dania.
Philadelphia, April 28 . , 1860.
consider 'lToofiand's'German Bitters a earttatds
.snedicineiticase'of attacks of Indigestionnt Dyspepsia.
I can certify this front soy experience of It;
Yours, with respect,- -
• • • JAMES TII011.1'130I1."
Fr m Ket Joseph H. Kennard If. D;
---- Pastor - qf - the Tenth—BaptisE-ChurchrPhiladelphia—
Dr. Dickson—Door Sir: I have been frequently ro•
quested to connect my mono with recolnmendations•
of different kinds of medicines, but regarding the pr.-,
. lice an out of my ap ~ proprinto sphere, .1
' have In all. canes do i •(_,;:t , clined ; but with ti
clear proof in earl J \Ni f _OUR !mammon and
, '',. particularly in my r - ' own family of the
usefulness of Dr. lloolland's German Bittern, depart
for once from my mufti course,to °sprees my full .
conviction that, for general debility of the
. - especially lye Lsrer -Complaint, it is a safe and valuable
prepararion. In some canon it may fall; but unually, I.
• • ddubt not, it will he vol Is beneficial to those who Buffer
from the above mows.
• Yourficvery respectfully, -
• • J. It KENNARD, . •
' • • Eighth, below Coates St..
AnittanrEditor Christian Cl'irTiide, Plpladep hia.
have derived decided 'benefit frbm the nee of Boot•
land'e German Bitters; and feel It ray privilege to re,
commend thorn no a moat valuable tonic, to all who are
Buffering from genernl dePility or from aleeases analog
from doronseMont of the liver., letl 'um truly,
IlOofland'e °often Remedies are counterfeited. Beer
that the alEtnature of ,--.—..;, O. M. JACKSON!
Is on "the tvmppor -I. • of Each 1, qttl o .;
AD others are calm • I ; Unfelt.' !
' Principal 011ie ''and Manufactory
at the German Medicine Store,llb. MARCO. 51.11)(14;
CHARLES M, EVARI.3,
". • ITOrmerly 0. 4.1 JAoKsotteCo.
tor ittle by all'Druggibts as i Dealers in liadlcines.
Hooflarave German Blftere, per bottle ' • 61 -00
'0 halt doien '6 00
noothind's nein:lan Tonle, put up In qutut botilei, 100
' ;pFr bottle, or,e, bait dozen for , 760
ter 'tot forgot to examine -woll 9intrttole you
AU, laWn tiiifkiiipii.44olf , • , -
VOL - . 68.
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.PROPESSIONAL CARDS.. '
DAM KIILLER, Attorney-at-Law
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A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Office No
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O. 1. llllWaeli
' IiUMRICH 85 . 1 1 .4711.11 ER.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on
mwto St., In Mftrion
• ; .G,- BELTZHOOVER,
fi„ TTORNEY AT LAW, and Rea
Estate' Agent, Sinpberdstinvn. We Vlrglnla
4.i:77-Prompt attention givon to all Liminess In Jotter
oon . Clunty.ond.the Counties adjolningit..
I :unary 19, 186 G.-1 y.
-17 13ELTZHOOVER, Attorney
, .at Lan . Office In South IlonoveF street; opposite
Bon tnlii d rygnon .tore Carlisle,. Pn.. • '
Septombor 9, 11164.
T A.III.ES A. DUNBAR, Attorney at
ft,P—Lacr, Carlisle, Pa. _Office in Slo.titheeneßital!
July 1. 1964-Iy.
T . B. ZEIGLER Attorney at, Law, Saint Paul Minnesota. Communications • frOm
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- iljan..3m .. •
T. D. ADAIR, ttoiney At - La
CP Pa. — Offlo ith A. B. ShOrrio, - Esq.; No
_l7, South linnuor Skee • •
- TOSEPLFRITNEIt, Jr., - - Attorney at
cr Law and Surveyor, Illeobanlcebarg, Pa.. Mee on
Rail Road Streot, two doors royrth of the Rank. •
1,,- - Vh.lluslnoss promptly; attondod to. 7
July 1,180. - •
If NO. C. GRAHAM, Attorney at,Law,
el Carlisle, Pa. Office formerly occupied by Judge
Graham, South Honorer street.
T R. MILLER Attornoy - ae .Law.
it.k • Wilco in Irannon's building Immediately op
porito the Court y Houso.
2.0 nov 67.15 r
w. AVYt CARD.—CHAR I LES E. M.A.,
I.2,lLAucathi.N, Attornoy tkt Law, Wilco In tho
room formorly ocimpiod by Judgo Grahnin.
C HERMAN, Attorney at-Law,
Pa., No. 9 Itheein'ef
July 1,1864-Iy.. .
Q4.I\IUEL t'I3t.TRN, Jr., Attorney
yat Law. 0111 co with Llon. Samuel I.leptirurn, Main
th. Carlisle Pa, .
"lATILLIAAI KENNEDY, Attorney
V at, Law, No.? South Market Square, Carlisle,
1. T A T AL: B. -BUTLER, Attornej , at Law
9 Itild United States-Claim Agent, Cailisle,
Cumberland County, Pa.
Ponsicllia, Bounties, Back Tay dm., promptly collect.
ad. Applications by mail will receive immediato at.
tmAinn, and'tho proper Wallas }Omar •ed; - - -
No fee required until the claim is settled.
Pi:b. Pith, IS67—tf. •
R. GEORGE S. SEA.-
IGIIT Duntist front the H.
' nire Oollage ' of Ddhal Surgery.
Vsy.olThisi at the residence of hie'‘ - mother,-East
nether street; three doors below-Bedford. - •
July 1, Mt -
t r -- 114',0 W. NEIDICH, D. D. S.-
Leto Demo\lstrator of Operative Dentistry of the
Baltimore College of
ler , Dental Surgery.
Office at his reelderuo
. .?p my t
h. lIAATZELL, Allopathic Physi-
L, don and Accouob our, having permanently to.
rated in Lecsbmg, Cumberland county. Pa, respect
fully oilers his professional Kurskos to the public.—
Spscial atteutkin given'is diseases of women antishil
•_ • •
JOHN 0. 01,10 K. N. D. Waynesboro,
Dr. SA MCC!, G. LANE, Chambersbitrg.
/lon. liD. Me PII EDSON, Oetly,burg,
ISAAC SNIVELY. M. D. Waynesboro.
S. I). FROUTZ, Waynesboro.
N. 11. Aiwa3r . N founiDin his office .when not otherwise
professionally engaged. June 21—tf.
.1-IAIS AND CAPS
• FIATS AND_ CAPS) - . 4 .4. 4
• • • _ .
- Do you want. o. nice Hai or Cap
• lf so, den't fail to call on
. G .
• No. 20, - Soot Stroot, -
Whore can ho seen the finest nissortment of
LIA'PS AND CAPS,
ever brOught to Carlisle. Ile lakes' great pleasnre lh
Inviting hie old-friondsund Oustoiners, and all new
once, to hls•splendid stock Just locelvod from Now
York and Philadelphia, consisting in pert of fine
SILK AND CASSIMERE HATS, '
Besides en endless variety of Hat's one:Caps of the
latest style, all of which.ho, will sell :at the Lowest
Cash Prices. Also, bin own manufacture of Bats al.
ways on hand, and
• --- • Hats Hanlffactured to •Ordcr. - - •
Ile has the best arrangement for coloring Hats and
all-kinds of Woolen - Goods,,Overcoats, , -the
shortest notice (as lie colors every week) and on the
most reasonable terms. Also, a fine lot of . choice
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Always on band. lie desires to call the Attentlettar
persons who have .
COUNTRY FURS . '
To soil, as ye pays the highest cosh laces for the
Give Inui a call, at tb6 above number, hioold stand,
no ho foolsconfident of giving entire satisfaction. .
' julyti 67. •
Of all: the .11'6I Spring Stylesof •
HATS AND .GAPS.
The Subscriber has Just'opened, at No. • Noifh
Hanover St.,.a how doors North of tho Carlisle Deposit
Datilt,olui or thellargebt and boa stock
C.VPS - avbrotrorechlu-Ottrlifile
• Stilt Mate, Castltailibs of all' styles and qualities,
Stiff Brims different colors, and 'every description , of
Soft Slats now motto. The Dunkard and old fashioned'
brush, kept constantly-On hand and madolo order;
nil warranted to give satisfaction. A full ussorlment
of STRAW HATS, Men's boy's and chlldrerff fancy.
- -I have also added to my stock, Notions of differout
kiwis, consisting-of Ladies and Gent's Stockings,
Neck-Ties, Glovos,,Pencils, Thread, Bowing Stilts, Sus
penders, Umbrellas, &e., • Primo Sugars and Tobacco,
always on hen M '
' -Mivomo a call apd eautnino my, stook, as IMO con;
(Went ot leasing • besides saving you money.
.I.OIIN A. KELLER, Agt.
31tayI7 No, 15'North Hanover Bt. •
-- - ,
• THEIR •
ARE NOW . READY ilba)
E. D. FENDALD.
FOR THE PRESENT SEASON, to which - they iciest
respectfully .Invilte-- the - attention of those visiting
Philadelphia, suggesting nu - early call, before the
choicest .articles aro selected, and• the hurry of
Holiday Mildness provosts that e,reful attention
, the' desire extended to all their visitors. The stock
WATOKES, CI AMOIsIDS, JEWELRY, EI;LVERAVARE
, • . PLATIIIOOOUS, CLOCKS; BRONZES;
, . and EUROPEAN NOVELTIES, . . - .... . ...... ...._ ,
Of every. description, offered this .cocoon by title
douse, exceeds in richness, variety and beauty,- tbo
ofTerta of any previous year. An examination of our
goods cannot but prove Interred int to pari los from
Ithe country;whe are most' cordially- invited to visit.
our entabliehment.All ordure by totter,, or inquiries
"rlrellt4ol.l.onq gomin-and-pprices, will receive - careful and
prompt attention. Giashicarnfally nalital• and for.
Hoarded. PRIOPIA IttiDllol-ID SUIT,
j un ViHilus . .
1 -, I ,JAMES E. cALDwELL'&- CO.,
...Jewelers and, Bilversnaithe o,
•No. 822 Chestnut 9troot, Philadelphia
.aml.o 1807.- pod Sm.
•- . .
W. F. SADLER
WEAKLEY & EIADLER
WM, TIP PARKER
~ R ~
of the Seas -on
Gavel:field% No. 4 East Main Sit...
All the best makee of prints 1234 conte.
Choice striae prints, 8.10 and.l2-cents.- .
A beautiful Muslin, (bleachel,) 1 yard wide 12%cts.
Rest Domestic Gine:lams in town at 12% +malt, cts.
Ticklugal234. 16 and 20 ct ; extra heavy 4 426 cte.
While, Red, Yellow and 'Flannolg, -from .the
late forced sales, at atly 'reduced prices.
BLANKETS I BLANKETS !
Good Brown blankets at $2 60 per pair ' • White (all
wool) Blankets $4 per pair; the largest 1 14 , Blankets
(all woe') only $4 60 per pair; all the finer grades
very cheap. •
SHAWLS' REDUCED IN PRICES I
Wo have a splendid' oquaro Shawl, Ladles' situ,
only $3. Good Double Shawls $5 and - 50, sold six
weeks ago at $3.
-A full assortment of
-- - - ~ • _... ''l
7 - - .
At prices that def),•7comi)etition
All the best grades of Fror4 Merino at 87e. $1 00
and 1 20.
Beautiful Reps, very cheap.
Elegant Al,pacas, in Blacks, Browne, Bismark, Wino,
Green and Blue 60 cents.
All Wool Plelds reduced to 50 cents
A large assortment very cheap.
By special arrangement with one of the largest
Fur houses In this country. I au and will soli Furs
lower than any store- in Carlisle.
In fancy atylis very low
The besttlaok Bolivar, wdol, very flue, only
$4 50. A full stook of Jeans, flatlnetts, Clstlis 'and
Casstmores just received at-astonishingly -low prices.
THE AMERICAN STAR CORSET, 'ONLY $l.OO
I am the fFcluelve agent of the above for
1109 P SKIRTS ; GLOVES, , HOSIERY, lIANDIIEft-
OMEN'S, LAUB COLLARS, NETS, in fact everything
connected with a
FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS
estsblishmoXit,:ai lirlcoa that car;not_flillto7Ploase
I mean what I any when I aeeort that them Jo no
store In the county that can offer goods ef, low 'prices,
or offer a bettor stock. Iteni4liber the Ilia that all
the above goods have boort. pachased within the het
week, attho late fermi dales, which elitibloa me to
offer thou; IttducecOonts.to yorchaeors
.L. T.,GRE ENFIELD,
EAST MAIN. STREET
FLOOR OIL .CLOTHS
4- On hand, very:cheap
A- WOMAN'S WISDOM.
"MtirY,said Mr. Bandolph,lifting his
youngest' boy from off his font, itthibh - had
been performing a series of Journeys "to
Boston and back again" fouthe last half
!Mar, ti I discharged Totmthis afternoon!!!
" Youhave? Dear me, Luther It these
words seem -ambiguous on my paper, the
tunes gavb them fullness of meaningmnd
elnphnsis, and expressed surprise, regret and
" 1 " other feeling nearer disapproval than
anytliing else. -
The tender playfulness which had crept
into the murchant'S face durin his frolic
with his boy and girl' was _ superseded by
her expression, the ono thin.becantiedlnto
bpi office—amdfig'hlnvarehousesin his tit
!Miens with his clorks•.und employe* and
in his business dealings with men in general ;
a bard, stern, shrewd gook, which . he was
,very apt. to leave outside-when hu turned the
night key in, his door and pigeon into the
warmth and brightn6s of his home. -
-Foraftheugh this man was far from fault
' less although ho had the name among his
brother merchants, mind on'ehange, of being
shrawd-and.sharp_ata,hargain, and p retty_
to ...line his own nest" warmly in till
Ills busines% transactions, there we's another,
side - to Luther Randolph—he was thorough
ly a hoine-man. •
. . . _ . .
• That was the side'of him - Which - was the
warmest and tenderest, and most genial; - the
side -which was turned alniost invariably to
ward his wife, and the girl end boy, who
-were the pride and delight of the man's life.
Anewell it tvas for Luther Rendelpli that
he had taken to wife a women So perfectly
fitted to sympathize with, and develop -All
these home lovee and a men'sne
trtre; to make of the house whore he . dwelt
• little, earthly paradise of comfort and bright
ness-and. beauty. In some - respects, too,.she
was his superior—in social positiOn'and early
'cultivation; and there had been-a time when
'her family regarded it as insufferable pre
sumption, for a mere salaried - book-keeperie
.woding the 3iourtgest.and potted
daughter of the housii.
But, notwithstanding fortune and
Were in his dinvor t Luther Randolph had
many qualities of - person and manner which
won the regard of women, and on this ono
he lied set- his-heart and-souloincl-sho • teas
not unmindful-of-the tender, manly regard
Which she lied inspired. • _
at.i; porzoyerunca b., vu • 11, steady
ascent up the ladder,of fortune, triumphed.
after several years waitirg, over all obsta
cles, and Luther Randolph led to the alter
the daughter of the old banker,-MarY Mar
-- LfeTylia — fair - iiittrhurthirtiea at - that - time
and so far, life had been literally a struggle
with him. foughthis way by the strength
of his arm and the might of hiS will, With
out friends or fortune, and how, less than
night.years.after. hia marr:ago; - 12e - wai7n rich
man, honored of all - men, if somewhat feared
and dreaded by his inferiors, and surround,
ed .on every hand with evidences of the
wealth which holed won for himself. -
"Yes, Mary," he continued, with that
new hardnegs whiOli.hud settled into his face,
sinking also into -hts voice, 4, I finiShed - the
matter up in short Metro this afternoon, and .
gave him his quit papers. rain not the mart
t 6 be tampered with the second time, as Totn
"found but: to his cost, to-day."
- was the 9116nc0 this time ?" „hr
wired,_tho lay; 1 - a`fid the evening paper
dropped unheeded from her lap to the floor;
and she leaned her face down to the cheek
of the little girl, who was hanging on the
side of her chair, und,Mother and daughter
made a,prett,y picture at that moment, which
Mr. - Randolph woutd have keenly appro.
elided had not his thoughts just then been
"0, it was the old thing; ho got into lad
company again, and, in short, came into the
office so drunk this morning that hO'could
hardly stand. I sent him, back at once to
slCep 'off the effects of his spree,and Wid n
he returned, pretty thoroughly scared and
sobered, this afternoon, I gave hint his dis
missal, with some sharp words thnt ho won't
be iikhly to forget at once."
"Such a smart, bright, pretty-behaved
boy as he vssl" said the soft; regretful vOiee
of the lady. "It is such a pity I"
" I agrt e with you ; but if toys or men
will make fulls of-themselves atilt stand in
their own light, who-is to blanni-?- I'd taken
a fancy to-the boy, and mennt.to do-well by
him, else I shotitd have turned hint away on
the first offence." .
"And what Will become of •him now,.
" It would be impossible fur mo to pro.
phesy, hay dear. Thu chances, however, are
against him.. ,fi'n's made a ad beginning,
and will_be rery_lihely_to ond in.a.police
court ands terhi. at 'the. Tombs; and•that's
the and of it bey,.of Course."
"0, dear I" said the' lady, -with a little
elan alio shiver, and nn unconscious glance'
at the mesh of broWh, hurnighed Lair that
had nestled down on the hearth rug, •‘ what
_a_terriblo picture, Luther I" '
'Afr. Randolph followed his wife's gaze:
Perhaps he divined the association •which
euggcsted itself to her mind, fpi his.tone was
certainly-modified as ho.w.swercd
"That is true:: I need not have painted it.
quite so black. 'Perhaps Tom's future may
net be so bad as lay croakings. At - all.
events, give_ your pretty little head no far...,
- thorsoncern on _the subject; for - the boy is
"I citn' 'help wishing, Luther, that you
had given ; him ono snore
,trial,". said the
speaking - 'morelady, to herself thanloher,
The gentleman turned upon his wife and
regarded:ter witlione °Phis pleasant smiles,
in which lUrked just-the faintest tinge of
irony. •" _ • - -
ho said, " I regard you as a
'most, exemplary woman, in short, as the very
flower of your sex. In all your relations,
as wifo, and mother, and Mistress, Ilailievo
you to ho unequalled. But, in all business
mutters your judgment and, opinions would
not be worth a'sixpence, atleast on day sub:-
jest whore' your interests and s sympathies
wore enlisted. That soft little heart of yours
would be certain to .lead your good sonso
captive, and you'd be grossly imposed Updn
and deceived on every sido, Ah, my dear,
a-man ,who'has had to fight the brittle of lifd
asj have done, and to make his own way in
'the world, knows b9tior 'than all this. - •
must harden and toughen himsoltoriMvery
side. He can't afford to turn his-store into
a reform school, nor' himself into 'a' Mere
philanthropist. Ho must look at, these things
its a business point of view, else ho be
Here .spolte-,the hard, sagacious
man, looking at life from a stand-point of
self-interest ; b e 'bad broader outlooks so,tne
times, but his horizon, now, ;Wad narrowed
to one of money and:gain.
The words grated against . the finer ins
4 . .Lnets of Mrs.' Randolph's nature , . A faint,
'shadow crept ,into her face, fainter sigh
'escaped from her, lips. • Perhaps, for almost
tile:first - time in 'her life, her womanly In
tuitions warped her of some latent hardness
end solfislinese in her husband's nature.—
She did not, l:Mover, attempt to argue with
him, although she know that his reasoning
was in some sense false and superficial.' Her
question did not even tough his late remarks,
but. went straight to the discharged office—
How. came Tom to r fali into this bad
, Tito answer -is onsy,enough, Mary. It,
:all came of that 'cheap boarding-brim, and
the folks inside of it. Boys with his sahiry
must put` thair- beads where' they can, and
:'people who talto thenit on low terms, with
provisions at those starvation prices, can
t wittier a frortl tab° ex . c.lusi Vi) tvi th regard to
the Class they takotn, nor to offer an attrac
tive home to their boarders.. Tom, like the
last; bolted his food, I_Supposbi land had to
CFllsle, FebFuaiy 21, 1868 .
Mace but 'the streets to ppss his ovpnings in,
and of Course a green boy from thb count!) ,
afforded a-line chance to his follow-lodgers
induct-hiM s'orts of - fetlieg - a - nd
nds he hadn't sense or strength to resist
“POoiloil , Ah j ,
ithoC;if were oursi”
and tho mother's soft biciwn - eyes glanced
again toward the ovhite heap of life; and
brightness, and.bloom which lay on - the floor.
And again the father's oyes foll Owed heti,
and. the hardness molted, out of them now,
and bo said, fervently—:
" God fiirbid_l „..1 would rather lay my boy.
in his grave this hour; than knO!.y.-ne_shOUld
live to be turned adrift in his, yoliih, op this
great city, with no frithids 'to protect, and
with jemptations lying in wait on every skin
to devour him." •
" And Torp
. had a mother,' too, and she
must have loved 'him once as,wo do eu s,
Luther. I almost hope she isn't anvil now,
_lbr I can judge by trey own' 'heart, that it
must break hers _to know that. her boy is
" Yes, she is living,'' Mr*. Randolph an-.
swered almost reluctantly. "I remembea.
'Tom, told ino so, and that sho was a widow,
and he was her . only.stin ; although ho had
a little sister' beside.:, Foolish - boy, to .run
- hiemeelestraight - intp - thattrapir 'added - the'
lgentitunan, - balf angry at himself to dud that
eis iloatt was beginning to feint toward tho
Tears - brhatried the eyes of Mr's. Randolph..
Train. the. rk she had taken.a fariey to, and'
an unusual interest in, the bright faced liftrE
office-hey, whom "her husband' frequently
despatched -up to the house with some not
or message for his mistrtßs.
The boy's' bright, promia - , pleasant man
ner, his quick intelli , ienee, the' courtesy of
speech, and bearing,"Aich indicat e d careful'
home-cultivation ; had all attracted the lady;
And'now hordnother's heart Was touchlA to
its centre, thinking of that: other - mother,
lOnely and widowed, whose - pride, And joy,
and strength had been this one Lily, now
turned out on the' world in shame and. --- dis- -
grace. She thought how smoothly the down
ward road winds along the days; and she
thought how the proud young spirit, stung
with remorse and shame, would be likely to
-flash np intolleiCe recklessness ,or to settle
Town into sullen defiance. The lady's heart,
acking on her own son, ached and yearned'
over this other mother's. She rose up, she
took her little boy in her arms and set him
'on his father's knee. " Luther," she said,
" I will not argue or r.w.on 3""..
you will got the best - of me there, but I plead_
- for this boy in the IMMO a your own, take
him back ; give him. ono inore trial for the
sake of this I" and she placed her hand on
the child's bead. . . - '
The child, looked up with his sweet, face
full of bewilderment. Something in the
tender, solemn taco of his mother seemed to
imnress. We reached out his fat, dim
pled bands to his' father, and cried, in his
pretLy_childvoico, Take him -back, 'papa
—lid:gbh - 9_l)fmk P _
. _ .
Mr. 'Randolph was moved.' lle bent down
swiftly arid kissed the small Speaker, and
fancied, himselt guilty of a great, unmanly
weakness When he 4r - oh, Mary, you
'women . ; With your ehildien,'arb enough to
turn a' man's livain. It's against my life
long principles to do what you ask."
But, after aIT, the speech conceded much
;more than it denied, and Mrs. Randolph
lio4i9iglifhave ancither chance with firs_
Three days had passed, and the year had
stopped softly from November into winter,
and the lust month opened-with
radiant as those
.which kindle Abe face of
June ; with winds balmy as May's, mid with
no - sigtr'nor whisper of - the - long - patlE - of
storm and darkness through whieb--the road
lay tpward the spring. just as.some lives lie
in sweetwarmth and security on the border
land of awful experience of sorrow and pain
and loss, through which their feet must walk
into the eternal ".rest" beyond.
• -And one-morning of this , •surishine out of
season,!' youth 'somewhere about his SeV
etiteehh year might have been seen making
Ids way slowly along one of Che principal
thoroughfare& of the city.
if you had looked in Ms- face you would
have lon bright, - intelligent one; with
eyes that held usually plenty of tire and
-pirit in them, but now carried sonic gloom,
or sadness, or ,both. . So -did the step, slow
and..despondentr4b-did• the slender boy fig
gure,.-with the idle .hands listlessly in the
rockets, for want of sotto better employ
" NoW, Tom Haynes,'. buzzed' the_busy._,
city, and the sooner you clear out and g - ir OA'
to sea the better Ric. you. The best you can
do is to ship as a c:opi mon deck hand for a
good long voyage round the woi Irl. 'You'll
hpveit chance to see something of the world
'before you get back, And; perhaps, you'll get
into a good berth and bee captain some day.
It'll ho hard .enough at first, nod you must
milk() up your mind ty plenty of hard knocks;
but it will bo better than loafing around the
city, itt) your hands. in yhur pockets. and
your last dollae-going. There's no chalice
for you here, with your character gone and
your situation lost, rand you* nobody to
Ahank,but yourself, as the old fellow-told you.
when he sent you off. - All your dins visions
and prettrdreams bf making: money and
setting up the folks at home are gone now..
Poor mother and little •Rtith.l"- Alt, there
was n twingb then that made WO hey start
and shrink - as one.mightiit 'the touch of a
coal ofrflre; he knew the poor, broken-down
mother, the bright little sister, just three
:years his jnnior, had set 'all their'hopes,and,
pride on him ; that he waSTheir one liope
and trust, and when. they should
hear the truth, that ho was discharged add
. disgraced, Lindh - ad - run off to sea; they would
never hold tip their heads again:- •
Ah, if ho could go back to the day on
Which be loft them, Then the tows, sprung
up into his eyes ; -Im was thinking of their
last 'words—his mother's lind little Ruth's.
There was only ono thought that was harder
tlitin - thhti and - this was•moilig-back and /ook-,
frig into their faces and telling them the
truth. , And so reasoning after the fearful
"logic 0f,%Vi1," the ono wrong always in-'
volving anothof,.ho told•hinigulf, in despair
and desperation, that thoro was no help fer
it; he inust . "run off now and go to sea. '
And lie who - had been so.wottk as north
relish the temptations of the land,would
pose himself to those increased a hundred
fold on board the ship, aniong Coarse and
brutal companions, (Ladd the hick of all mo
ral restraint and influence which is long sea
voyage necessarily involves. , •
'd - ust - itt•thitt moment a carriage turned the
corner anddrew tip before the door of a largo
ilry goods establishinent,Ancl a lady alight,
ed, in some baste; and . tho long silk 'scarf,
which tritileddowdhOt: cloak, dropped laid
denly,:to•the pavement. •• '
- Tom was instinctively courteous. , to
caught up the scarf, saying, "You kayo
dropped'your.searf, ma'am." Thus axreided,
the lady turned suddenly. thank"-- , —,
then a look of reoNnition changed the son
tence,•, and it ended•ir" Why, Toin,is that
you Y"., Theboy'ir face was . 4:flefeil crimson. • lie
wished ,that moment that the earth would
crumble beneath his feet and take .
"Yes, Mru. Randolph," ho faintly artid- .
' She looked at hint with her eyes full of
pity. , "0, Tom, I would not have believed
•it of you," she said, sorrowfully... ...:.'- , '
'He tried•to speak, but instead there came'
n swift, smothered sob, beating odt froin his
three ,•beihro.he eduld crush it down agein.
She ooked at him, Oda' lally:with the gen-,
.tie Mot 9.4 y heart. , 4, Tom,"tche'saul, laying
I,er band tm his simulder, as II 6.0 - wn rmither
'mink have done,- "if Mr.' Randolph should
take you Duck again—'—if, eontrai y to all his.
rules,l'ethild persinide him to do this, would
you try onceagain, to.realat th 9 ovil-as you
noroc did before V: ' . - I . ,
"He would Mittake ins back. You don't
'know," recalling the last words tvhich had.
festered and rankled In his.heart over since,
bithleerthat, lot come what might,'
swift freezing or slow,starvation, he would
never seek his old master again, oven though
forgiveness and :help awaited Aim, on the .
Mrs. RandolA did-not 'ensWer at the mo
ment. - _Perhaps ahe sinned a liitle to herself,
thinking that his, wile ought to know Luther
- Randolph a littlo,hotter' than his.office-boy.
At last she said, "get in, Tom, and go with
toe," pointing ,to • the carriage.. And he
got in with Out saying a word. ;
M.r.,Thindolph Sat alone at his desk when
his with entered" his office, accompanied by
Thomas, who had been so' ignobly .driven
out_of-it-st few days Acfore. She, walked
straight up to-her husband, who glanced
Kraut the lady miter couloution in silent - cm
riosfly and surprise. I. have found lam,
Linh. , r, and - brought him back," said - she.
"Try him-ones more I. r my sake."
“And make a toohOT myself," growled the
merchant; but• there wits something which
encouraged further entreaty ip the tones.
No, Lb tier, I take all thei'blame; all the
folly on myself; only try this ohee,
if the teal dues not prove its 'wiedom.". •
young rascal, you'll - be serving me another
trick , one of these days," he said. " Sit
down hlire and copy these letters." • '
Thhofticeboy tried to - spealcbUtTiristeialT
'there capien great gush of sobs, with a rain,
of „tears.• And so Thomas,Haynes as re
ceitectsmcoMore into favor.
Mrs. Randolph's charity did not sop -here.
- She prdbured him lodging-under a kindly_
libme=il,Triwhich.pleasunt atmosphere the
boy's nature expanded, and beneath which.
ho found'thopence end shelter that his inex
perienced youth so - ma -needed, - Honever
fell into evil again. There is more than that
to tell. The boys quick intelligence, his
promptness and busihess capacity advanced'
hint steadily in the house'as the years went
- .m -- until - nt - hist - tris' -- old ;mother and the
pretty sister, blooming int(' womanhood,
came, in pride and joy, to live in the plea
sant /mate which the young-son and brother
lied ertrnepcf or them.
' Therels more yet to -tell. :There , came a
time when a suadon husinesi crisis fell upon
aria paralyzed the community. Old houses
whose credit had stood the storms - of scores
_suddenly toti,,:red 'and fell.—The
house of Which Luther Maidelph was-now
senior port nor Ink ...oil in .1.
thin midst - of
v ial this it, Man `Vtai taken seri
ously ill—confined to his room and his - bed.'
And at that lime, had It not beers for the
senior clerc, Mr his 'knowledge of the'busi
ra BS in all its relations, for his foresiglim r ,d
vergy, the house must have gone down 1,
etheaterm — but throwg h ts tea e
safely through and in. gratitude , therefore
Thomas Hfrynes was taken into-theline by
tie other partners, and. wee 1.110:12311CB its
youngest one. - -
.._•Thore is . ,ropro y . ekto tell...WhenMg_garet,
the y.lder 'MAW' daughters of Luther Ram.
(1010, woe. in the blooM of womanh ood
Thomas. Baynes wooed and wen her fo r his
wifeF- After WebridalbreakfiiStr-whieb in
eluded Only the families of the newly
ded pair, he tuned to Mrs. R a ndolph, and
culling. her by the name of mother, he said;
" All, that I have, ail that I am, I owe,
under God, this day, to you I" And then
be told to - them who will never :forgot it, :
and who heard it now fOr the - first - tinie, -- the
'story of Om — fall - and haw
Margaret's_ Mother and - his hail saved him.
1 think there Were few dry eyes in that room
around that bridal table when he paused.
" Yes, mother, added Mr. J:lantbilifh, - in n
voice of strong emotion; vs hei looked down
and gentle matron at hisside, ".3iur woman's
wisdom was greater than all mny boasted
judgment then. I, and mine, Will ha v!, ,
entNe to bless you for that work so lung as
wo five," •
And how many women; like this one,
have workc s 'ying at their doors—work which
they neglect to do? In' their husband's
offices, and stores, and warehouses, and
toanufttetories, are clerks and employees, are
meshed women, fur whom they iiiiglirsp - on k -
some kindly, timely , words ; id , whose wel
fare-they might take some interest,' whom
they. might rescue from wrong and evil, in
their youth and need. To how many women,
throughont the, land. sitting in vase and
prosperitk,in-their-ltrxurious - IMMes, hes the
thought of the good which they might Ile
eoniplieh by `spetw — or deed, never come
4 . Lift s j otir_e_yf ,fo e!_t 110_11 ds- are-nl—
iond white-to -1 tarve eTI ii borers are
MIS CELLA NEO US.
In Search of a Retail Store
A green-appearing genius, on his first visit
to Boston, observed a sign over a store thus :
"Wholesale and Retail Store." Ile - workl
ed his way through the, crowd_ of ladies
until ho faced ono of the clerks who Was
some s artiele young lady,
when hebrolie out:
"Say, Mister, who's boss liero"
"Tito proprietor- -basjust-stepped:? out;
!‘Well,.is this a retailing store?"
Yes, air, a wholesale and retail stos'ol''•
Guess you understand your trade? "
•„,, Oh, yes, " replied the clerk, wrapping
up-a bundle. for t hit " lady eustomqr, 1, what
can Ido for you ?"- , ,
es the cold, weather is'coming on,
I thought I 7 mought as well come and give
you a job, '' "
I don't understand you, sir," replied
the clerk, whb began to think the .felloW
had got into the wrong 'hex.
'Zitetly so, well, tell you,"
" Explain what you mean, my friend, ''
safd the clerk; as he saw him
bundle from under' his coat.
" Well, as I said before, the cold weather's
coming on, anti Ofebght I might as well
be_l4iM.for it. 'Come mighty near freozin'
'Cotner winter,.tell you I did,. but—"._
"I hope you will tell me what you want so
'1 may-serve you," „ ' .
"Certainly; SqUire, certainly; I always
.do business in a hurry; and just as quick as
es the old
. master will Mt you I want you to
retail these old shirts—Set 'em come down
, about to the, knees,. keen - don't wear
The effect can bo imagined, but as the
novelists say,•ean't he described.
The loud Iturst of 4ittighter which followed
sented to Convince.dlieliber fellow that bo
had compritted" tirnself, tindAitt long legs
were soon put in motion- foy.thniloor.
' lllVALeounPA'' Sa : , I\lr. Pilt"S'plan, when
he had the coat, was to have no fire in his:
roma - , but to load himself with bed clothes.'
At tits house .at Hayes he slept in n long
vomit', at, one end of which was his bed, and
his ladx,'s at •he other. Ilia way was when
he thoup.ht the Duke of Newtnistle,had fallen
into a mistake, to send for him and road him
a-lecture. • The-Hake was sentfor Once and
came when Mr. Pitt was confined to bed by:
The gout. ' There was, as usual, nofire in the
.room : the day warivery chilly, and the Duke,
as usual, afraid ofaatching cold.. The Duke
firpt sat down on Mrs .Pitt's bed, as the warm;
esti:lnce; then drew:up his legs Into. it, as
he - grew Colder. The lecture-unluckily con
'tinning a 'considerable; time, the' Duke at
'length falrly bdged himself under:Mrs.ritt's
&dined:es, A person.from whom I had the
'story, entldenly going }n, ihiw- the twiw
Isters in bed, at the•two ends of the roots,
- While' l'itee'• long•nose and black beard, un- -
shaven for some
,clays, lidded to the grotes
queness of the scene.‘ . . . • •
' TJenni:suior in :in Qiiio city . 'nppards to
liis atilvertiBenient : Nth:into:n.o( ihe goapel
euppljed ivitli•goods tit cost, if tiloy agree to
mention the toot congregatione:!!
.--., .t : ',...: i
~. s •
A . .
9.ERM9:--$2,00 in Advance, or $2,50 within the year
j!k! 3.)ipappdinted Woman
months since gentlerenn bad' the
misfortune to lose-his wifein - literitrYlady - . 5f
some reputation. After grieving for n num
ber of weeks, a bright: iden . edtered the bead
of the widower. He thouglit that be could
do something to lessen his sorrow, and for
that purpose he nailed upon a laly.of his
ricquaintane , eikpnd requested-to speak n word
with her in:l77l 4 >rue. ,Thinking`that she was
abOut to receive n proposal, thelady prepared
to listen with becoming resignations.
lllyrrlia,"iniid -he, with downcast eyes,
ai lie took her hand, "you knew toy - Wirer
"It is not good for man to be alone."
"Ter s l , n ps
"Did V9ll _lever reflpet—upou,--thit-part-of
the marriage service which requites couples
to cleaVe unto each other. - till death do them
part?" - .
• " I have often reflee,..teil• upon it thyself,-.---
Now, death has parted me from myvife,and
i ft; - el - Yerylonely. "
"1 should think it likely." • •
„'l think I most do' something to restore'
LoAne_bericind-.consolations r aitil-the mem
ory of her virtues."--
Ile pressed the lady's hand and• sighed.—
We're tn rife& t h r Sure - Tan
a sigh to escape - her.'
Ky dear,'" tie said.. - after n.long pause,
" %ILeome_to_the_point-at. -once. - -I have a
p.ropasal to make. "
" A proposal " •• -
." Yes ;J. have resolved to write my-wife's
- biography. Now, I have, but little 'skill in
'literary matters : and if you will .correct my
-manuscripf;and write headings for the chp
'ters,'l will give you fifty dollars,
. She sprang from - his side, and her•eyes .
°flashed . . with -anger.
You` Wreteli—monSter I" :•
P , , : ,She left the room, not being able to ex.
pre - se her rage. The vidower sighed, - took
hislor ' and went home. Ile'has not
published-the book. "
Genii of Thought!
Our-wishes lengthen ns out sun deplines.
-- Men make terrible mistakes wlio they
marry for beauty, for talent, otl'or Money:
People who agree with ever4thing_that
is said in tbeii hearing_are the most unin
teresiing and tiresome of,companions
The true felicity of life is to be free from
lierturbaliOns, to Understand , our dOties
,;o enjoY the present
_without any anxious. dependence upon. The
future;_bot to amuse ourselves with either
hopes or fears but
. to rest satisf,d_ with_
wlrat•we have, which is abundantly - sufs
- i for he. that is so wants nothing.
To chtll money-malting an..art is a misno,
Mer. To make , money on any thing like :1
g' , Atici scale resjuires:a_speciak
of faculties, with . which norOae
Man in.. thousand is endowed. IV liocv&
- has' this imilification can flake a fortune,
.though'hc mm.Tossess but Cc rudiments of
.education , hoever . lacks ..wil.l-pro — biibly
1120, ,,t,b his mind
fail 10419 09,
house of learning;
The sw e atest-ue lveS - h , tliOse.who possess
the magic i , ecree.of being contented under
all cireum•tances. Rich o. poor, high or
IoW, it makes no difference Lth.brightlittliF
fountain of joy bubbles up just musical
ly their hearts.
thinks, it, hut tna,kes no attempt , 0
tiring ictiithit 'notice of °filet's, uiiil to intro,
dare it to the livingt; breathing world, hos
no right to 'claim any credit or reward if
- norther shn Il titilizo what he Merely.
dretimed shout: "
-- 310TITEP:.13y Life quiet, fiTeVde Othoriii - e
theArtat mother in the midst of her children
is sowing as in vases of earth, the seeds of
plants that shall some time give to Heav
en the fragrance .of their , blessomS and
where fruit shall be a rosa:y - of angelic
deeds,.—the noblest offering that she can
!nuke through the ergr ascending and
ever expanding souls of her children -le
her Maker. • Every word she utters goes
from heart to heart viih ii power of which
she little - dreams. Solemn is the thought.
but more solemn to the Christian mother
- than the thought tliat hbery Word falls from
her s lip., erdry expression of her Counte
nance, even in the sheltered walk and re
tirement may - leave.nn_indelible in t pressfon
upon the young „souls around "her and
form; as it were. lbe underlyingstrain of
that education which peoples Heaven with
that celestial being, and gives to the \Oily
. bre : ci r tif - theltrigetanextXoalie ---- gTitartid - .-
its-crewn Of glory.
BLOOM oy Ab,r..—A good woman
never grows old. Yearsma3 , pass over her
head, hut if virtue ad benevolence d well (i
her heart she is as eheerful-as when die
spring-time of life' opened .to her view.
When we looli upon a good woman we nev
er think of her age. She looks as charming.
as when the roses of youth bloomed on her
cheek. That rose has . not faded yet—it_
will foyer tilde. In her: family she is the
light and „delight. In her neighborhood
she, is the friend and benefactor; in the
church, the devout and exemplary Christian.
011,'who does not respect and lore-the-wom—
an who has passed her days in acts of kind
nesatel mercy—who has been the friend
God and man—whose whole life . has been a
scene of kindness end_ loiti—a - delotion to
truth and -religion. We repeat, such
woman can _never grow old. She will
ways be frail and buoyantin spirits and act
ive-in humble deeds of.mercy and benevo
lenCe. ' • _ •
- WHAT X WIFE SHOOED AND . SLIOIILD NOT
BE.—A good wife should be like three things,
which three things she should not be-like.
Pirst, she should - be like a snail, to keep
within" her own house ;'but she should loot
be likd a snail, to carry all she has upon
her back. Secondly, she should be like an
echo, to speak when spoken to; but she should
nut - be like au echo, Always to hare the last
word.—Thirdly, 'she should be like a town
clock, always to keep tine and regularity ;
she should not, like - a - town clock, speak
sb loud that all the town may easily hear
A young girl who \ IAA become tired
single blessedness, wrote.to her true swain
as follows Deer Dim cum rit o o.off of you
air cumining at awl. Ed. Collings is
tin that Isbell have him,- and. he hugs and.
kisses me so ic.entinerly that I can't hold bwt
much longer but will haVe 2 have in. -
the richest.spechnens ofn real Irish
bull Which lifts everthilCd:iinder our noticb
was perpetrated by the clever and witty, but
blundering, Irish knight, Sill Ric4rd Steel,
when inviting a certain English; nobleman
to visa hini. "If, sib . " said he, " you over
come within a mili3"of my house, I lisps you
will step tlisre.tz ' • . •. •
A STUTTERING gentletplut. Intel); went to
hear a well:•known leeturer' and was..bighly
pleased. Ile remarked' al;erwards, 'as t. yi
denee'•olthe attention of the ondience,t,`a
was no you could have. p-p•pieked
IT it P - 1 ,- PilL" . •
Turn - in is ainnethini.f exquisite in' lie
ken's reply to the European traveller when
he asked lath, if he bud just crossed the A Ips
replied,-" Wsnl,. now youlall'illy attenliot
to he fact, I guess I did - puss n littie risin
A young thief who wns ebitrged , the other
day with rilOcing poidiets, demurred ut the
indictment--t hitho lid never pock
.rtie,.hut bud ultvnys takou them just'Us 'they
Title reason we admire prettyfekt",..l3,p
Cause all'ir well that ends . ' '
Witnnot . There is •
:eiteritorit-amoo li g,theWhisky. c'oMierheads
Now Orleans. i4t is reported that GOil.
Bteadrnamcolleetei of internal revenuo for
Now Orleans',:Wlio has Wielded . such im
mense influeneeln.thitt,eity in thedistribu.
tion of the i patratiage of•tbo Presidont,les •
determined fe'reSige, tind: . t . hiS . news,creates
greatoxeitementiand. consternation among
the officialS: • kNoWOrletins correspondent,'
undedate of tho ; ,26th ult., referring to thi
.• int whisity:alenelho•frauds-at-this-prt
amentited..-to more thari four and a half mil
lions of dullard from May to
1867. T,l4eahirut l ion that si .
allowing fifteen hhrrele; as to average Ipr
each distillery, altlfuiigh there,,is none li
censed under...ten I_barrels. -Some --make '
frorn , lfft:y to sixty barrels -daily, and you
luny calculate the amount when you, think -
'that-of this- number the 'tax on only twenty
throe anti it half barrels has been pail dur
ing nil.that - time. , . . •
Thar() are thirty distilleries , licensed, ay.
- ohigimg.lifteen barrels of whisky per clayi
orlin annual total of four Million ilvo
hundfed thou Sand barreli, on Which the tax
would be nine millions of dollitrs. Yet for .
six 'Mimi's only twenty-three and a .half
barrels were returned. the mon'
that opPosn reconstruction in 'Louisiana,
attack Commissioner Rollins for resisting
them, deriouneo'Ctio Radical Congress, op. : ,
pole the civil-tenure'ldw, and char - go cor
ruption upon the lteptiblicnns. 4s fulL
stutement4 WithmameS and - dates, asserting
all these facts and more, have been forward
ed to'llie - Seermary
. of the .Treasury, and
to several Senators and Representutives,! .
we may prCpa're foi some importarit : de-' -
veloPments. . • •
- TWE'Lat Crosie Dcinocrat of a late date,
in an artiClo on the approaching National ,
Conveation of the Republican party, says:
.Norninitte another Aim Lincoln, and' the.
country will produce another , 7 4clin Wilkes
Booth', with - his sic scraper iy-annis, in ate
cordunce with the suggestions of the La
Crosse Demberat, and the roan is even now
reedy for WO work I"
In Ltio satno numbee occur‘i . - the followlpg_
''CONFEDERATE FLAG.—WO wish a
Confedepate flag, six :feet long, or nearly,
to place in our'sanctum by tins side of the
National flag—each being American and :
having coated over men whose bravery'
never lies been surpassed."
' The. La Crosse .ponociat is sound Demci:•
' JESSE D. BttionT. 2 -TheWouiaville (Ky.)
CoArteri:of Fetruary 1, has the
"Hon Jesse D I3rightyesterday announced.
in the Statellouse-of Representatives that
Our Cumuli - idea nn hbdaerul Hid° , i.•--
probably report next weelt, on tee resolutions:
concerning outrages perpetrated Under
color of military authority during the war..
it. is reportecl j thurtli6 bdipalittee_wol favor_
ultinnite'investi , ation.".
The "Honorille" , gentleman alluded - to
abOye, is the ex- Hilited States Senator from
Indiana, whom theSenauiexpeiled from his
suakin,tha.early days •of the
disfoy”ity, Jus:ie is no ,1;"vo:ry l'iroperly,, at
shining li lit of the linntuelty . Legislature.
- -- Trre defea . pfifit - 4Constitutioni inAlabamaL
is the resift of terrorism. The Rebel papers
Cigistedihnt the col;red men*who 'voted
should - be distnissed — bl - his employer and
thoniands were kept from the-polli"by the
fear of losing- their chance to-name-living.
if General Meade would step a few of these
papers, even the Democratic press would-'
-.scarcely dare to fallc -ty_runoy.• - But Re
construction cannot: be• thus-- defeated:— --
Congress will pass the bill making-a major
it) of the votes cast sufficient to ratify - the
Cons:4ution in each Stete. - .
AMONG Nther propositions made to the,,
Congres4non ,,, Committee of ways and Means,
is one from a we , tern delegation of whisky
themre- case the two dollar
LOX is retained, a dra,hrric, it is termed,
,for the cost of freight npcl every. lyt . rrel of
whisky Bent to an east6rn'mv,. The
mitten is considering this prolnsition se
riously, ns they hove determined to ceep u p
the tax. Xnother pfoposition is to plac.. t h e
tax at fifty cents on he whisky sold
wholesale and retail,-and-the two dollar-0 - x
on what is disposed of by the retailers.
THE 1 pdel Farm rece•ttly located in Ches
ter county., proves rather expensive to the
good people,imong whom it is placed. They
were first called, upon to
. contriblite to tile
purchase-of---the-f.rml-and are nowTnalied:ro - i
stock it. The Chester Couritylgricultutal
Society has rtgreed to contribute this Sum,
provided its oilicpra are allotted a voice in
timFontrof of.ttio , farm, and it is unclerstood
that the Trustees of the Pennsylvania Farm
School have agreed to theoroposition. •
IT ought to be generally known, but, it is
not, that every I°3ld-citizen, being the . head -
- of a - family; is entitled to tine hundred and
sixty acre; of hind upon the payment of ten
dollars in ges and actual settlement thereon,
upfaany of the vacant lan%in either of-the
iStateit or Territories unoccupied. , A gr,eat
deal of land of first quality yetremainsuo'
appropilated in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mis
souri, lowa, Oregon, - and other -States and
Gov. Brom:flow, of Tennessee, sent a me , ?-
sage - Act - the Legislature.xesterdaY'relative to
the.,strike on the Metnphis, rind
LouiSville, Ruilryad. !3e declares tile reso:
lotion of the strikers to prevent . the running _
Of trains, except the mail .train,
.arrearages arc paid, a conspiracy against
the State, and recommends some (talon ou
thwsubject. Ile also recommends That the
affairs•of Alio road be - tvound up and the road
'sold to secure the 'State -interest.
-- Comnro Ovtlt.—SeritOr Nesmith; of
Oregon, .a War Denwerat i .has avoweilhim r
self in fm;or of Grant for President."
.pie Huntingdon Globe (Wur Democrat)
hst - fail supported Shar'swood, is now
for - Grant:and (Junin. • • -
CopperheadlsM is ge.tting so riimpant.thlit
the contest of 1838 promises to be that .of
1864 . 0ver , a min. • • -
BETZY. I '
MRS. CLiNllll t Dd&nr 'd: 'Pop's mother=
in-law, , is in - rev ,lestituto'CiretirnstanAs
iii Balphoro. She applied to Mr. Dickens,
not liingi . since, for ifectiniary
and the novelist bas astpent' her a' di a rat
' . (3rOLDWIN SMITLI, in his essay npo'n'T'ev ) ,.
in ..Three English Statesmen," sty 4.4 r
baffle o. LeinSin . "!.he 'Gettysburg , q Ake
Seventeenth centtity:". . , •-• -•' •,.• • -
- ~. • -,. •
AsA PACKER, the Eastern Perefylv.ania
n\lllionairo, is said to bo-, dosirons_• , of
iDetrionrayie:nornination for. the Prosi.dgr4.
enntlidato f9r re-electibn to the' 9oiltinoi
ship of Rhode Lland, , • :
A LITTLE - . girl .wolltino- one day: 'her
mother, in the Ohurelf yea, tenditt4 . ci . fie ntti r
another the pratepO• of these who: r abiPt
beneath, toad t Wohtler wheseAltopbury
the ' • '
nweathetrt'o hottoo.• r r , t,,_