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EBENSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1866.
VOL. -13 NO 33
r.tinctvut ani annuel i
. Ebensburg Business Cards.
. l.r on:h,-..?biir-. JOIINE. SCAN LAN,
itv. Pi., tve-rv Thursday ITTORXEY" AT LAW, Ebentburg, Cam
s'. l-E, :tf the follow,. 1 II
Artemus Ward in Europe.
Ilia Letter to the London Pnnch.
follow,. 1 i bria comity, Pa.
May 5, lhCo.tf.
V. II. SIXIILER.
You'll be glad to learn that I've made
j a guod impression onto the mind of the
lan'lord of the Green Lion tavern, lie
r alius excessively tickled when he cts
hi.-scu, whu-h it is a Bad fack bus
thus far been the case my only sorrei
hein that t'other- Toiler Wasn't looped
iiKetvisc. ii s dirt rcntlv wn h sMiiiiri
$1 00 i JlTrOIlNEY AT LAW, and PRACTICAL : made a speech about me last nigSiL Kisin
2 00 j ii ' 'i' i'-i Jit, JucmLurj, la., t.nice ra
the C?f!i!ir.irisi' i:ers fT;ee. Iec. 7. 18C5.-tf.
t tie v
':t; n "t x m:iths v.-ill
,i- xUu rate of '.J-J..10 j.vr year,
. tY.l I j j -ay i:i;ti! nftf.- the ex
Ive ram .1 1 . will 1 charged at
;,(') r c;u
t..,,-,' Scu-W w-hen i-tiid for F. I. TIKKNEY.
c. :.:s j er nuKiUr; i S TTOI'N'KY AT LAW, ElauLurj, Pa
A A -- ' - - --------
IITTORNEY AT LAW, Eleix&burg, Ta.
j Oaice in t.'nlonadu Row, Cealre street.
IeC. 4. 13.M.-U".
Pomoroy ha? pirpared the fuliowiiig
aulicle for Lis vihi.'ierb to uhlih. Tlicir
Gf-A gcntlfctnaii vi.-itiugOil Citr,
v. ent to a hotel Lo stop over uisirt.
Said I e :
boat?, whte'.i is a manly spyrt, and I ran 1 US 3C 11 I'a,--M-!-'tl tbae-of hzia jn the house."'
bo c i ..r'.:
e ! s . 1 1 : r a quarter ;
JOSEPH M DOXALD,
,.vr;" or ai
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in iav. i.-r. ,
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.! e year,
Tie in.vri f : 't
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'in n, .-tie V ar,
tii' I.! '!:tl'.-,
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i in- .'nr.
i I TTORNL V AT LAW. Ebenxbura. Pa J F - , , t
il Office . a Cer.t. Ktn-t-t. nr.t.'t.M,H,re's i hut cou1,1,1 '
iii..ut. rAi.r.2;5 lSGO-tf ' and express a ferv.
P. L. JOHNSTON,
IITTORNLY AT LAW, EjriUurj, Pa,
e in tl.e Scuth ei.d of hi residence,
I ,) ! i!!iinetliate!y oj.p:sitj th C.urt ilvue.
! NoveniU-r 23, IP'-5 tf.
i JTTOKNTA AT LAW, El-enslurg Fa
, i (;::ci: on HiiMi t-tiert. avljaiiii; his res;
M iy 4, 1803.
in the bar lie ppoke as fullers, there being
over twenty individuals present: "lids
North American has been an inmate of
ray 'ousc over two weeks, it he hasn't
made no attempt to scalp any member of
my fani'ly. lie has'nt broke no cups or
sussers, or furnitur of any kind. Ilea?, j
hear. I iind I can truft him with litre!
J candies. lie eats his wittles with a knife
i and fork. People of this kind should be
i encurridged. I purpose 'is 'calth." Loud
do but modestly pet up
ent hope that the At
lantic cable would bind the two countries
' still mere closer together? The lan'lord
j said my speech was full of originality, but
j his idee was the old stage coach was more
safer, and he tho't the people would ind
j dors that opinyin in duo time,
j I'm gettin on exceedhi wfdl in London,
i I see now, however, that I made a mis-
71 4 ) ' ! ta'e m 0,'erin my close fore I left home.
i T he trooth is the taler in our little village
only explain .Mr. llarnill's resont defejit
iu this country, on llie grcutnb that he
wasu't used to Ihitith water, I hope
this explanation will bo enihely saiisfacl'
ry to all.
As I remarked afore, I'm getting on
well. I'm aware that I'm in the great
metrop'lis of the world, and it doesn't
make me unhappy to admit the faek. A
man is a ass who dis
that ails him.
r . 1 sm
onen need lorce m many essentials. lie
s;n s :
"This wretch Pomeroyr 7.T. M". IVmo
roy Mark Jlurderows Pomcroy, the
soulless wretch and fiendish g!:oul who
edits the La .Cro.-se, Democrat. (Daiiv.
.piu .eely, per vcar in
,1 .1 i ... 1 1.
lion to te;ir.i by mti--':.thi" : ,-
poots it. That's a!i j be Hit m;:n than h-msi-if to
; "CerttiinlvV said the landlord
: "I'll give you the i-mmi Tl-ivv
; "ct-d occr.pied. Waiter, bhow thh
inrn to parlor D.
; Waiter did as ordered ; found
ii.ii wti, c-i-mi v.itii a carn'--t
ite fciezcdhU carrot
v i 7
T 1 .1 . . .1.1. , 1
1 kiiow tncre is sum peo- clear irooil Pres-i.L'nt sti.v.i.l . '... ... . 10-un j. innl
pie who cum over here and snap and snail j ai-e's huig. by devil his cvC-,luekcd ,,rt r1 b- d d i
about this and that. I know one man ;.oui by (h-n.Js hl3 liver made into coi ' C!;5r v:itl! the
who says it is a fhame and disgrace that"! liver il bv
St. Paul's church isn't a older editL-e ; he , Li'Iinns-
says.U sliouid be years and even aizes old- ! ihrou
er than it is; but I .decline to hold myself! giverTto the devil 'for a beetle he;id
responsible tor the conduct ot this id; it, 1 back drilled full of !.!.. ...! ,.,,.n
simply because he's my countrymen. 1 ash run iherein-his he id raided bv ' I'he hut
:1s his heart roa?i.d bv pnbiii'an V:Ttv
and str;.i:ied '
;h raw hem:) his hi-.i l -t.-vprl .,,,,1
w fciec-D n
I CiOli'L o'.fc-C:t t'j
entire .Black K0
spose every civilized land is endowed ! tears of
(iEORGE M. PEED,
y. :.l ,
j ITTOHNEY AT LAW. Ebtx&hurg. Pa. ! other way
IT, J I ii OiTa.e en Haiti street, tlnve doors East j .lfT0 tlieo'1 c
rv Notieis, over laifs, ten eeats
. . m.1 l -i i:
i- v f .r i '
owed mo for a pig, an I I did'nt see any
cf gcitin my pay. Ten years
close would, no doubt, have been
and perhaps they would be
GEORGE Y. O ATM AN. : ekaliy sim'lar ten years hens. But now
2- .-0 ; ITTORNEY AT LAW, E'jcn..tt;rg. Pa. j they're" dirl'rently. The taler said he
I'ree. j j Oihee in Colon.nle Ro-.v, Centre street. j know'd they was all right, because he had
JV.vemUr 23, lbGo.-tf. 1.27.) j a brother in Wales who kept him informed
iASIIOEMAKEl?: ! Ion? ta?hln3 l'lar' Jhs )
j ITTORNEY AT LAW. Eubr.rg. Pa- 11 1,n.,a1m"s1 "ut as me Dallud
C.ti r-rht c-M -- ii OMhee ,.n Hi-di htrwt. one door !'i.st , f th ! (w ''ich 1 heard a geu I man in a new soot
ot biacK close and wmte km gloves .smii
c ; 00 i
with its luil share ot gibbeinf i iyits. and
it can't be helped least-helpin' it.
I'm a little sorry youv'e got polities
over bore, but I shall not disku.-s em whh
nobody. Tear me to pieces with wild
omnibus bosses, and I won't di.kuss 'em.
I've had finite enough of 'em at home,
thank you. I was at IJermingham t'other
night and went to the great meetiu' for. a
few minits. I hadn't been in the hall
lung when a stern-looking artisan said to
me : .
" You are from Wales?''
"No," I told him, "I didn't think I
A hidgyis tho't fl.isht over m
Aboliiionists s!ied w hen
v:.-s v!-.., 1,
coat mad j into iron, heated red hot, r.nd
wrapped around him, wliile ice-water
rrlnlh. 1 .-I 1 . 1.. II r-
ie-'-ettre four r00d habits a
vice n-:in c-arneslh- recommends in
i-is oounsc-Is, and which he consid
ered to 1 essentially, necessary for
the nranaoeir.eia cf. temporal" con
cerns and these je punctuality,
accuracy, steadiness and dispatch.
Ithoilt tlie in-if
v... n;V) IHJiU J3
Urns dead, bugs, pismires, Piovo-t Mar- vnst-(l ' v.ithout the second, m's
slials, Abolitionists, and other damnable ! tac't? tlie most hurtful to rmr
plagues should s.-i;:e him, bear him to- I Tcdit and interests and that of oth
ward the blue dome till he could hear ! eis may he committed vvithout the
Lincoln singing, 'Tramp-Tramp-Tramp ; j third, nothiii- Can be-vell done-
tT hy?ccli ovr f Vjvi?3 1Wi I d without tlie fourth, opportune
denee, all tue clouds shuu d bo steel- t' . , -i"'lUi"
pointed, and should be rolled and tossed l Vl 1o
by an outraged people till there was not I !" JmP' to recall.
enough left of the ingrate. traitor, fiend,
icua, vnhr.m muroeier, seeessiouist. Jcc.
MX X V
ur e-!.ts I jy ; b.iT.kirg ll..u-e of Lloyd & Co.
j lieeeuiber 7, lboG.
i f cimnir.n'.c.i
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1 :d i.if.::e i;.;ut I- p a I (.jt
,-v-.:. in n lvtrti:eT:er.t
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CYL'LS L PERSUING.
I iTTCRXEY AT LAW-, Johnztuicn. Pa
i ! ( fdci: on ilaia strett. second ti-ior over
May 4, lf'Jo.-tf. j
W. tian.-i.v.it vvoiv imit ! pni'l t.-r on
),-ot. W. II. M'ENKUE.
E". Vr.r. Jim 11. lSv.
l-Jc'Dhia Business Cards.
1 : ; 4-: 1 ,l & v codri ' r 1
rniOl J-SVi.E 1E.LVHS r. TOBACCOS
JAMES C. EASLY,
A T T t) R N E Y - A T - L A W ,
,Toin.-.Tuvn, Cambria Cmmty, Perna.
C ,!!?tio!i" firouiptly attetided to.
Aug. IS.jij iy
SI ATES UNION IIOFEL.
n.'.l'l UC! EL i .b"iMri itiMfed on the
j s .!" -f M-o sfre-t. a few !o ts
11 J. LLOYD,
PUCCESSOR tn R. S. Rlkn. Dealer in
0 n!!U(.S. MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
Sr. .re !!! M.iin t-tiet-t, ,j pofite thy "Moore
House. Kbeiil;:ri;. T.i. Miy 17. 'GO.tf.
IpENDI'.i'.S bin proie.-siotiul services to the
1 eili.etis of Ei ei sl.mi at'd vicifiity.
. Odirc 01. c door e;it of R. Davis' store.
N'lV'in eilhs made his residence three doors
we.-t of R. Evans' cabinet ware room. -M;i
v 3 1 . 18i:j tm
V' Si. til strict,
it p n!:e'..';oly
Jt n iiti il f calily
irol.'ir? t 1 persons
r,r.y. or X !:.l'!re.
T. Tl. IV SANDERS, Proprietor.
e 2!, I - -1 y.
rar jtrt2L-.2 j-'T.nrr'J.c.
J?h'isl?wn Business Cards.
JOHN P. LINTON,
"'!;::, -A' AT LAW, t,V..."trn. pa.
;'.'.( . in but! V.::-.: -orn-r of Main and
id,!::. fit.. opoi site M noi-M. House,
J. C. WILSOX, M. D.,
' FFERS ii services as PHYSICIAN' and
Sl'IKlEON, to the citizens of Kb-nslurg
and sum uinlinT; country. Ofliee tliree doors
E.i.;t of tlie I'rehyfrtan Church, ii the
room fv:rn!erly occupied by Dr. Junes.
EU-iir-buig, Apiil 12. lSot.3m..
l. ' r. I .ati.ire on I r oiiU.-n street.
ht.ovv.i, N .v. 10. IS ;.-,..
TTOUNKY AT I . A W .-'ow-' ..-a. Pa
( ! ice in il - Ex !;. .'f btnl'Jing. 'n the
. rt.t-rof t.'l i! . ; .-.',d I.o'-iir sfrirts tip
: -s V.'.ii attend to all Liuiatso ccncect-
: m :r!i his ).rrfe-si,,n.
i'.-.i. 9, l03-tf.
i'.W 1 1 AT AND CAP STORE.
; : 'i lteni r. .Uj:.i street nsioicn.
. i.-:.Vr ia il.v'fs LAPS. ROOTS
:i i! S. :,t; ! ".ENT!.EM!-'.W FCIiN
ii G(;()i)S. sacli .is Drapers. Si. ins.
Ts, Net kties. Stockings,
! ' 0
. I'nibrellas. 1:0 . keej s ccm-tautly on
Teral assortment, and his prices
1 ''v as the lowest.
-n, Jiii p 21, lfG6 -ly.
J.'i).?l"irn, Cai-ibria Co., Pa.,
A. I.OW & CO., Proprietors.
i.ii'. having been rtutted and
f lruishi'd, is n w op3n-for the
'"' '1 o mid ei tertainmc tit of tmer-is. The
l r !' by I. n Ttxp :rience in hotel kcep
- ' ' confclvi.t they can satisfy a dis-
:...: fr j-ublic.
J r !' ir Minnlipil vti'ti ti .T.-.tof
"' of i;,.M-irs and wiuts.
Lime for Sale.
j'-.l-: iir.''er;2ried is j rep;.rcd to fhip Lime
1 horn Lil y Smtion. or No 4, on tho Penn
:"Vi,!,ia K-W.l to Ehenhburi. Johnstown,
; ) o;Ler p.jiut on the Pcuna. R. R., or
, Address WM. TILEY. .
,-'.f Ilea! ck, Camh.-ii co., Pa.
V. S. PARKER,
EETAIL DKALI R. in Dry Goods, B.vts.
Sh.ies. lliis. Caps, Grocerifs, ite ; keeps
constantly n hand a ceneral assortment.
Store on llih street, Eoensburg. Pa.
Sept 2S. 1SC5.
S. 33ELFORD, DENTIST,
iONTINUES to visit Ebensburg petsonnlly
I on tin 4th Monday of raeh nionth.
During his absenee Lewis N. Snyder, who
st tidied with tlie Doctor, will remain in the
office and atteu-1 t ) all uasiaess entrusted to
Inno 7. lPr,6.
LLOYD & CO , "
PANE Ens. Ebfiiiburg. Pa. did. Silver,
j Govti'itroci.t P n la, aj.d ther securities,
boitght and s M. luu-i ct a'lovwd on time
depo.-its. Collections made on all accessible
m lints in the United Stntes, and a General
R.iiikiug bufine.-s transacted.
.March 1, 18oti tf.
PB FINS BUR'";, Pa., JOHN A. BLAIR,
j Propietor, spares no pains to render thisj
hotel worthy of a continuation of the liberal
patrnnnefc it hue heretofore received, llis
t-b!e will always be furnished with the
best the market affords; his b;r with the
test c t liquors HLs etablc is large, and will
be ' al tended by an atter.tive and obliging
hostler. June 4. 1-SCG -tf.
PBENSRURG. Pa . ISAAC CRAWFORD.
j Proprietor, solicits a continuation of the
liberal patronage heretofore extended. IEr
table and bar wiP always be supplied with
the best. His house and stable being large
and convenient, and having competent as
sistants at ail times employed, ho feels con
fident that he will be ablfe to render general
satisfaction. June 4, 1865.-tf.
LORETTO. CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA..
THOMAS CALL EN. Proprietor. .
THIS house is now open for. th accommo
dation of the public. Accommodations
as good as the country will afford, aad
charses moderate. May 31, 1856. -f.
t'other night.) Never don't let us dispise
a man because he wears a raggiJ coat !
I don't know as we do, by the way, tho
we gen'raily get out of Ids way-pretty
rapid : prob'ly on account of the pity
which tears our bosoms for his unhappy
This last remark is a eirkastic and
witherin thrust at them blotid peple who
live in gilded saloons. I tho't I'd explain
my meaning of my remarks. I know one
man and he's a man of varid 'complish
mcr.ts who often reads my article's over
20 times afore he can make anything of
'cm at ail. Our school masters to home
sajs it is a pccoolerarity of geneyus. My
wife says it is n pccoolerarity of infernal
nonsense. She's a exceedin practical wo
man. I love her muchly, however, and
humor her little ways. It's a rccklis fals
houd that she benpicks me, and the joung
anan in our naborhood who said to me one
evenin, as I was mistening my dinfiaru
with a gentle cocktail at the village tavurn
- who said to me ia these very Iangwid"e,
" Go home, old man, unless 3 0U desires
to have another tf npot throwd at 30U by
Ii. J." probly regrets bavin said so, I
said, 'Petsy Jane is my wife's front
name, gentle yooth, and I permits no per
son to aloud to her as 15. J. outside of the
family circle, of which I am it principally
myself. Your other ob.-rv atlons I scorn
ami disgust, and I tnu't poIh you oil."
lie was a able-bodied young man, and
rcmoovin his coat, he inquired if I wanted
to be ground to powder. I said, 44 Yes:
If there was a powdergrindist handy,
nothm would 'ford me greater pleasure,"
when he struck me a painful blow into
my right eye, causin me lo make a rapid
retreat into the fire place. I had'nt no
idee that the enemy was so well organized.
But I rallied and went for him in a ray-
Jliej vigris sty L? for my time of life. His
parunts lived near by, and I will simply
state 13 inhilta had only c-lapst after the
first act. when he was carried home on a
shutter. His mama met the solium pro
cession at (he door, and after keerfully
lookin hrr orf-prin:3 o'er, sbe said. " My
son, I see how it is distiuctuallv. You've
been foolin round a Threshin" Mashecn.
You went in at the place where they put
the grain in, cum out with the straw, and
you got up into the thingmajig, and let
the horses tred on yon, did'nt you, my
son I The pen of no livin Orthur could
discrlbe that disfurtinit young man's sitty
wation more clearer. Put I was sorry
for him, and I went and missed him till
he got well. His reg'lar original father
being absent to the war, I told Iiira I'd be
n father to him myself. He smilta sicklv
smile, and said: I had already been wuss
than two fathers to him.
" I will here observe that fitin orter be
alios avoided, except in extreme cases.
My principle is, if a man smites me on
the right cheek, I'll turn my left to him,
prob'bly ; but if he insinootes that my
grandmothej wasn't all right, I'll punch
his head. Put fightin is mis'able bisness.
gen'raily speakin, and when any enterpri
sin countrymen of mine cums over here to
ecoop up a Briton in the prize ring, I'm
3 " fc'r,' said a iieree lawver:
It was of that unprincipled taler, and I i to be worth Ending to the hell he merit, i "" " .vou Gn your solemn oath. de-
" Oh, for a candle-mould to squirt hot j 're that this is not your handwri-
tallovv on him ! ; tlUu: '" '
said: " Has my clothin' a Welch v ar-
peanrVice T" -
'IIut by no means," he answered, and
then he sed: ' And what is your opinjin
of the present crisis ?''
I sed, " I don't zactly know. Have
you got it very bad !'
He replied, "Sir, it is sweepin' over
England like the Cymoon of the Desert I"
" Wall," 1 said." let it sweep I"
He ceased me by the arm and said :
iei us ginnee at nis irv. It is now-
some two thousand years "
'Is it indeed .' ' 1 '. plied.
" Listen,"' he liercley cried ; " it is only
a little over two thousand years t-ince"
" Oil bother," I lernarkt, 4i let us go
out and get son. 3 beer."
"No sir: I want no groos and sensual
beer. I'd not move from this spot till 1
can vote. Who are 3011 f"
I handed him my card, which in addi
tion to 1113' name, contains a clabrit des
cription ef 1113" siiow. "Now, sir," I !
proud'3' said, "you know me ?'
"1 solum '.3' swear,' he sternh- replied
that 1 never heard ol'3'ou oryourehuw in
mv life !"
Oh, for a ihund.riioh, frc-.-h fo-grd '"I recoi: not," wrJs the cool
by Jove himself, to hui! into Lis bread
basket I .
" Oh, for a pair of vipers to nuke into
arrows, to shout puir.kin seed siiewi-e
into the cus-'"
xyocs it resemble your h.and
vcrit?::: 4 4 Yes, sir I think it don't."
Do you 5 wear it don't rese-mblo
' Well I do, old head."
i ;u take vour sol?
CJ-. .4V western c.niiuJate t r rur.srcss l
who had a large and we'd stocked farm, J
was annuyed at the almost nightly ui.-r.p- j
l- a..o.-u jH.m i,i prcm.sxs 01 a r.umorr , llKtl tins Tvl'ltHi"- doc- not ,zfiT,,.h
ot hogs A vigilant watch t-naoioJ f'm ! v.;t:rs in m'h do letter9"
to d.'tcct the thief, who proved to b a ; ' a Y-e-;-- i "
i.i'orano.a warm political lriend ct
1 a : cm
i:e oi:i !ii l.icr, it. 0:1 v. ii ,'SO ,
lied io t he coming" i
assistance h greatlv relied in the co
canvass. He disliked to lose hi support, '
and he di!iked more the idea of losing his I
hogs ; so he niudj up his in'uul to bj irai:ki
with the thief, and try to save, i.i m.-re 1
senses than ofn his bacon. lie wci.t :-t '
tmce to his neighbor, told him what he ;
ascertained, expressed his desire not to :
make p. iblie exposure and said : "N w,
vou v.:.i 1.
JSom, Iiuw do you I;now
C.iise r can't write-!"'
C2 ''"What makes
-rum, iumV "Oh, I
dm-e a sad trial to mv f0.
Yiat -on cai-;h it;'"
I Iiud lo tie on v v.rett.v oj;-
iict Avi;ue nci ma was lookin" on
d to en-
i n:::!;e this proiusit..n u
i mv li'i-s tilo'ie ni tliC 1 o'lure,
l ' will r.nf i HieJiea; p
"ports tj Is a
4oe:or 1 f;,;
""And this man,". I cried bitterly, I only say not!, ing-of the past, bat when I . he or! hundred fcnd fcvc-nty-iivj j cur? o!-J
calls hk-self a intelligent man, and thinks f kid in the fall, I'll put into your cellar ; l c'ixt U Por over eighty-K.-ur rcar3
to ote! What a five barrels of as goo 1 p. rk as I r.ake
Toe il i'ow t vlketrd a moment and replied:
that's a f-.ir pr,
c:r The editor of tho Whet
'Inteli-cncer' was tuld the i
torv a jew (!
he orter be allowed
hoilc-r mockery !'
1'v.e no objection to ev'ry intelligent ! "Will, so'ti1
man votin, if ho wants to. It's a picas- j ary how, tin 1 seeing af it's J'oo, I
ant am'jfsment, no doubt; but there is! itrbnf I vow 1 believe I sin!! Lse p-.
those wdiose ignorance is so de;e and I the operation."
loathum that they shouhl't bj trusti 1
with a bailit any more'iu;it' ofpiy trained
serpui.ts should be trustid with a child to
I went to the station with a, view of
returnin to town on the cars. " This
way, sir," said the guard ; " here you
ar," and he pinted to a lirtt-class carri
age, sole ockepnot of which was ray 1 her
prepussess'iri'. lemale of aloat 3J sum
"No, I thank you," I earnestly re
plied, "I prefer to walk."
1 am, dear sir, very respectfully yours,
c.ed bv a lever,
I :ave i,-ctt. an tiii-;.ii.'
',.-.. f . 1 f V"-. .
on '-' 11:3 vj.amc
i . ; L-cHigi.: a 1.
:oEes ar.d a L.df an lu-ur.
Uj to step, ex-
t a 3 c'.r
1:1 smelt the cork, alid found
mar. I can now run tA-o!r
h' ;l tr-:-:i-
tlcuian viio iia-u just rctarneu ironi
rarkcrS,u.Tg : lie had liardiy got
to sleep v. hen he va awakened ky a
bite. " Light!:;;; a lie s..w
a bedbug al.ont half an inch in di
ameter, lie thro v. the hug; ,vith
the match., in a bru in "i w.it. r which
stood at tlie h- adoi'the bed. This
)roess v.-:ii rejier.ted several time-s..
At last he wad iuvtdconed- Ironi a
sound clc-cp ov wltat iie thought vci.j
some person Lin-ing. He Luvvv
his v.inuow hut could hut 1
correSioudl;t. ir. o.nrr..
I fvon the short racks worn b-.- t
ayp, " V.'lo:-, ver I see th
1 iy ey:r-.t ct "ombativonc-ss is immediate
ly an-u?ed. t'-urely tiltinc? hoops have'
lou: d a kindred i'ashivn amot.g the' nobler
f,,:x'" f;s ;i"-".ce to our corrttponucnt wo
;.i.;; nknow!vc-e il..,: gentlemen' sack3
are rather s'.er; - :r, J.-'v.
4 'Where is your House"'" tick
ed a traveler in the depths ot the
4 old solemn wilderness"f the great
T T - , 1 IT. T i A. .
West. - iiOUSe: l am 1 got none.- x . , , ,. v. T., . , 1... t. '
"Well, where cio you live. "I , . . , , 1 . , t, . .
cor.rs.j ot" the sv. ct
CllMtNT which is a "nnrl rvrrv.
;i i:'a:::;-t we-tner, writer, f:ref
CLrta:.i c2tc:t. is Titadrf bv rtiirtonr ?.
c . J b
gao. n o. wau-r witti two gallons of brine ;
and ti.-.-i stir in t vo t.:.d a half pounds cf
brown -.;gr:r s.nd three pounds of com-'
men s:Ut; put it on with a Ir. h liko
nve in tno oous, m. hvi,s Lad c0pstrncted raft out of the
ernment purchase eat raw .ear an. in:;t(.ht,s he ,Rd thrmvn , , '
wild tnrkev, and drink out ot the . . , . . . ' . - .
i i,, tu oTf- towmrr it tiroundthehasm, sing-mg-:
jlississippi. And ho addeiJ:-4 vita -
on i::e ocfiiii n ar?,
getting too thick with persons out
here. You're the &econd man I've
seen within the last month, and I
hear there's a whole family come in,
about lifty miles down the river.
I'm going to put out into the wood
10- 44 Sir," said a little blustering man
to a religious opponent, 44 to what sect
do 3'ou suppose I belong" 44 Well I don't
know," drawled Ids opponent, 44 but to
judge from your size, appearance, and
constant buzzing, I bhould think you be
long to tbe class generally called in-scct."
A Lome on the rniiiog deep.'
A i::::iixy i...r
iio.iu-.v j.orn, or Lei a m cattle, :s to
liiss.ilve a tabic spoonful cf copercs in
warm water. ar.d mi: it with the crea
ture's mess, if it is liCt past cali.-g ; if it
is, it should be poured dwwn. T'his tic so
W:!! scldoin tieed to be given more than
i,p.'-e. It bag been our remeJ3' for raanv
3'ears, in a l.-trge dairy.
igr An impatient YV'elehman called
tf hi 5 AVTt'o 44 Pr.mn (Amu .-i.if
breakfast readv ? I've had nothin-r I .'"f"7-3 iq-'C'd why the whistle
feince Tcsterda V and tu-ntorrow will ! f il ,V30io,'w w, a wofk " Af
t . t i i m, . , lapse of soma frccoudi, which passed
be the third day i J hts is cM,ial ;n ,,,,n ll0 tlld it u u m
to tlie call ot the stirring housewiie car-tune."
who aroused her maid at four o'clock
with, 44 Come Bridget, get up I
Here 'tis Monday morning:, to. mor
row is Tuesday, the next day's Wed
nesday half the week gone and
nothing done vet ! "'
A m:ALTif el young lady just en
tering society asked her mother fur a watch.
Hear mother repllde. "I think you i.eod
a watcher more."
r;r The rurn s( l.jurv is porfr