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the interests, of Agriculture, the advancement
of Education, and the. best:_good," Of , Ittier
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principle:it irilltendetiver,ta a id to the:WM . l
of more fully Preedoniiiin;* Otir ,Catiatry
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' t gerAti transient advertisements must be
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of advertisements from a dist:lade, unless they
tire accompanied' by, the money or satisfactory
Blanks, and Job Work of all.kinds, at
t. aded and faithfully.
BUSINESS CAI 3
EULALIA LODGE. No. 3 2, it
F. A. M.
STATED Meetings on the 2nd and 011Wednes-
I day; of each month. ' Also M sonic gather
• r Inge on every Wednesday I.:welling. for work
'l and practice, at their'Hall'iti lCtiuderspart.
1 . .. 1 TDIOTIIY !YES, W. M.
- i SAMUEL TIAVEN, SOC'f. I - '
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Coudersport,. Pa., • will attend the several
} Courts in Potter and•SPlCean qounties.• All
business entrusted in his carp will receive
prompt attention. Office coiner of • West
and Third streets.
ARTHUR G. 01,318 TED,.
ATTORNEY & 'COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Coudersport, Pa., will attend-9 all business
, entrusted to his care, with p ) tnptitc;s and
fidc'ity. Office on Soth-west orner of Main
', and Fourth streets.
i ISAAC BENSON. - - .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Conders4iort, Pa., trill
i attend to all businessqeritruf 1 to him, with
care and promptness. • Office on Second se.,
1 near the Allegheny Bridge.
ATTORNEY AT.LITT, Coudeliport,'Pa., will
[- regularly attend the Courts ii Potter and
the adjoining Counties
VRACTICING PHYSICIAN, Cot dersport, Pa.,
respectfully. informs the citizens of the Ail
,r) Inge and vicinity that he trill promply re
i spond to all calls for professipnai Services.
Office on Main st., in building formerly oc
cupied by C . -\ F. Ellis, Esq. - 1 .-- .-
E. A. JONES,
DEALERS IN DIWGSi MEDICINES, PAINTS.
Oils, PtifiCi &aides Siationerly, Dry Good:,
Grocerits &c., Main st Coudersport, Pa.
D. E. OLMSTED, '
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, READY-MADE
Clothing, Crockery, Groccries Sc., Main st.,
1. Coudersport, Pa. • •
.CO LLINS Slllll'4,
OEILEtt in Dry Goods,Grocerids, Provisions,
Hardware, Queenswarc, Cut ery,. and all
%ands ,usually found in a co ntry Store.—
C'audersport,.Nov. 27, 1861.
1 , W. MANN 4 .
DEAT,ER LET BOOKS STATI.ONERY, MAG.
AM ES. and 'Music, N. W. corner' of Main
and Third sts., Coudersport,
D. F. GLASSITIRE, Proprietor, ' Corner of
Main and Second Streets, Coudersport, Pot
ter Co., Pa.
4 MA Livery Stable is also liJpt in connec
tion with this Hotel.
- • '
L. BIRD.. . ti, .
SURVEYOR, CONVEYANCER, ac., BROOK
; I LAND; Pa:, (formerly Cushingville.) Office
'in his &ore building. - - -
MARK GILLOXI, •
TAILOR -'—nearly opposite the Court Flouse
-, nill make all clothes intrustO to him in
i l the latest and best styles 3 rices to suit
the times.—Give him a call. 13.41
ANDREW SA.NBIi:IRG IMO'S..
TANNERS AND CURRIERS.—Fides tanned
on the shares, in the best nit liner. Tan-.
eery on the east side of Allegany river.
:Coudersport, Potter county, Pa.7-4y17,'61
It. .1. OLMSTED,•. ...... . . 8. D. KELLY.
OLMSTED & KELLY,
DEALER IN STOVES, TIN & EIIEET TRON
WARE, Main st., nearly,oppoiite the Court
House Coudersport,' Pa:: and Sheet
Iron Ware made to ordet in pod style, on
1 1 • " 2EB - UNION .'s •,.
ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD,
- Philadelphia / .
-,. lIPTON 8. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. .
2it This Hotel is central, -oavenient• by
assenger cars to all parts of the city, and in
eery pante-War adapted to Unlit ants of the
liasiuess public. .. .
IliiirTerms'sl 50 per.day.."64.
i • : UNION .BoTEL, . ,
coubnspoai, TOTTEEt COUVY; PENN.,
1 ,AA a. AnsTRO G,; '
VII 'AVlNqrrefitted - and newirfuTished . the
,ii house on Main street, recently occUpied
111 R. Rite: t ie - prepared to accommodate We'
traveling public in as griod style s can be bad
lit town., Nothing , that can in tiy way -in= crease the comforts of the wilt tie ne
glected. Die, -:11,1t61-
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TUE YOUNG WIDOW.
She istiiO4.9i; but not bashful i 1,
..Ftee end eitw but not bold ;
Like - an apple- 7 .-ripe'etid' toellowi;
' too young nrif4 not too old:'
halltepulsing - j
Now advancing. and,now. shy;',
Theri. is mischief ' in tier'
Tbetels.donget: In .tier eye,
She hne studied„boaina natere,".
'She ii's,clinbleit in aft the arts-
'She'his'taken the diploma
As theialstress ef,allhearts. • •
She cen'.•tell the yery eminent
to sigh' and when to smile
Oh, a:tnetti is'aniaetimes chain:44g,
nut the hot all the. trhalil"; :
Are you sad Ilea , very serial:e.
her."handsoine face bee r otni, •
Are'you tingry? she fs wretched; •
Lonely,' friendless, fearful, dumb;
Are you iniqhfurthow her laughter,
She Cia'lere l and &itch,. and play yoa,
Ai the angler dees the trout.
Yon Oldvidoiwer of fifty,
Who have'grown so bold,andoiie,.
Youtig 'Americans of twenty
.• t •
With the love-look's in your 'lva,
you may practice all yonr
'fought by Cupid since the fall, •
But I know a little widow •
Who "could and fool you ill.
1 ' I The Bag of Beans. : 1
1 _ 'ln a country. ; village of ;)1,4,w ?n,
!there dweltinot !many years 'Sin e. t
Iyer and , physician, buth'intelig nt,
cated - men ;!+ both members of he
church They, have both - .pass d 1
lai..t not without. doing, setae good
world. .. ! : ' ~- 1
• Just ten Years ago this mouth,dne rimy: ,
teething: there walked into ti l hai. village
a little boy, !Coking very tired ild.close-
late, His_ garments were old"; y
patched; his-hands end facewere lean,
and his hair smoothly combed i withal;
there 'Was about ! him : a must aitractiVe air,
of decent poverty. - - '1 !
Se thought DTI% A. as. he dre w near the'
lad, who_ had seated himself Upon a stone!
opposite bil gate. - _ • 1 -
..What are you thinking about, n I
tle! man ?" he kindly a4ed.
Tile boy !Started, stared at: the d
with his great brown eyes, as much
say; can iclo i that such as y'eu iak
interest in we then the tedrs beg
trickle over his !bronzed chceis,lan
The dt.ctor. ' was moved.. ; H,
the boy kindly on his head a
asked what he was thinking a
child . scented 'reassured; rind,i det
choking SODS, eSclainted 1 I
"1 was thinking, if God won
opcn.n•way for.lme to- beconi gi
good like - you, hair' I might 1i,.1p I'
mother, who is,lworking he :lift
get - bread for her children." ::
The doctor himself now brush
from his' eye and softly said, sti:
ing his hand upon the boy's h,endl
you can ecitainlY become; great
virtue ; and, all ;other greatness
able:to add thereto. Take heart
;--act if you would be."l , ..' i
firmness of his •purPos to
I . "Oh, sir, if yOu would only h 1p
exclaimed the lad, springing up mil
fronting his newfound friend: wi la
ing face and spaiktiug eyes.
The graceful attitude of the n ild,
'seeming . firmnesstbe scale with the doctor. "1;do of
you, ithild," he said, “but I Will a . 1;(
and give yen a start; may G4nl lell
to do .the .rest: : You may be titi
boy. , 1 will board, clothe. atidt no
tiil you Carl fici, better. No . Char kt.
but talc inii-Mse thereto the st bl
tend .him carefolly."- .: . .
The.,bey silinty obeyed, nticlll e
factor. turned away. The hear 1
were full 'oCgratitude- - --the
i new 'found honk and' its donor'
rich assurauee that be was but ,
: Neither the boy nor his patron
er reason to (regret the decision
Morning. ' The one proved 'I .k'
considerate ,mnsfer, the'. other a
diliget.t:;ervant.l His evenings
eagerly ,spstit in' study, and quid
tered , all the ibrafiches: taught,: in ,
_, Here he might haie
now They Did It.
They were ; sitting side brside, .
And he.signed and then Ai. sighed
Said-be "Aly nailing idol ?"
And he idled.•and then she idled,
"You .are creation's belie," 1
And she belleed, and then fie bel
• - , t.
"On my soul there's such a wejglit."
And he waited and then she waited.
"Your band I ask , eo bold ree grown,"
And be groaned and :hen she groaned.
"And you shalb hare your.prirate,gig."
And she giggled, and•theri be giggled.
Said.she, dearest Luke,"
And be looked and,theu she took ) d.
'"lllbave thee If thou wilt!! •
And she , wilted; and then he wilt
i)ettitt4 ' of 111(e, ifghlochttp:' , . issetilijmtiori of ett4i
0:?!7:001OPPAIY : .:11:071TB: - ..rt734uoig r:5l
deldpite his.lottging,,,Aod •itee passed the
rest of hisEdays.,ininitykle t hunestipver,_
ty,!ltud;nnt A mrent
ost trivial touted,
One morning.ilte„goed dad - or, in; his,
in i•hitt: silt Mbled:ttp_oii:o,balfu it
(44, th'eref,:,ttk'iviiotn, ong did they,,beiongl
I is wife cooed nothitig „„so lie
tea,',..tfqiiiiniefey;„, endten ,
flung the idea. iron) him et once. Hoil
eit.ty, was stamped upon eyery: feature ,of
Seetne- retid,',by intuition.
self in the half tragic Attitude of his first
appeal to,i he doctor, and exclaimed,,
oi.jl No§ . -rd ',6oor ! pe:die .
what tiof'helting'ttitue.; Those beaus
my ~i.otbet saved to help T e' . 64 a Latin
grittnittar' 'l) . n'yett .. eltiuk cupid
be Itintitinto' such it ot !leek teaching sr
"No,'ttiy lad," said L ibe deator,. firmly;
graSitirL itaiid,*•attibitti Mu r ther int 4
well be'prenti of suck a sun. - Henceforth
the Way to learning 'shell be nu :thorny
One to you; if.friends can .help you!".
fp 'it ,proVed: ' The phyhician acid lttri••
yet Went hand - in hand:in sueli Wurki of
IlePirblenee; the large heart of one
and t te• abundant ittettika, of ''the' other
wept well together,. Their
est.and good advice ',heeled on the strug.
glinr , buy.
he had in abliudattleo
and i-when time came fur le begin
career, amongst new scenes
and faces, their, influence found . him A
pla i ce, where, his native, powers could be
aiLl 10 C3I'VO out his destiny • •
, That destiny is now yell assured. The
foi-lern,,distrusting chore boy ts now the
self possessed, honored professor. Nature
had gtvert him a tamely. person, and the
groCes : have been-kind to'him Hishome
is amongst the, educated; the -polished,
and : Alto refined ; ; yet lie is not now ,untrue
to psis rnother's teachings;vand- now:even
het grasps' her homely. hand, just as ;warm.
ly l ns he did on, the day when he •totit
frenOtt the bag of beaus.-wherewith co
buy, his.first .gnuntnar., ! .
• we have said:before,. his kind pat
rons have gone to .their. reward; went
before the ; poor, lad, whom: they cheered,
hud rewarded. by his., achierements, their
kindly efforts; but • we' doubt I nut frog,
heaven they, luck down.wit : laving. hear
upon 'worthy : sun of:their adoption,
Ghildof penury; .Gods is.: no ; reilpet;tor
of Versons. He who rutinetli• Winueth
the !race.. ---• • -
. Nat": '6f taeans.• "Cast - thy- bread 'upon
thO waters." ",God • loved' a cheerful
7 APENESIOVAITERS.—A. wikiting•tinnu
kneels at the side or behind the.gue,t.
' pour 'out his , tea. or sake'', removes the
shll frent..the egg with skiilfulliandling
of. the chopsticks, seperates.the fish from
the bones, aid prepares it for. jour plate;
nay, even will feed you,lf you
ipos'sible to pick up.- your food with. two,
straight sticks, laughing.all the while at
your cluinsiness.,—The• repast. finished,
toothpicks come in on a little,salver--4
toothpicks of- scented -sn'Ssafras or laurcl
coqtcfor lighting - pi?es
obliging damsels then bronglit in wooden
1103 k t -rests ot'. pillows, and placing then'
!h re the cool breeze' swept Oro igh the
,roe4ii i ini•lti,d'ui '• The Bei- -
tontan *Ad Ito; resist the' temptation of
being fanned 'to sleep by'-the . Watchful
bare•artned Hebe i " tvlto wooed the zlplivrs
to Idol, 'end we-soon lapsed iir'fortietful
nesi, While I 'took my seat in' flit' low
windoir that loolied• out into the arbor of
mats, the travelled highWay,.and licrosS
the sticet'inid'a trOglibor's house,' where
alhiln , .lady'was having her
. Bair dune
uplor the afternoon..
The Daily State Journal, the home
lorgitu of , President, Lincoln, says that as
Geit, Catimon has nvw gone out of office,
ii k ust not be forgotten that the nation
o s him a debt of gratitude fur what be
has done. Ills extraordinary business
I enegy emoted and - equipped a great or
my with rapidity iiiiesampled in liiiitery.
No that this army is. fairlY in the field
its i direetion devolves un't'ie Generahin-
Clad Its future mipplies will reach it
by iin . ,establiidied foutine - ; the dut;es, of
t ho,de"nlirtitietit_ will be tiineli tens ardfidUi
thiqs when - evervtiiiii , .- had to-be exidiii
perize.d without adequate facilitiei. : Let
us nop that :this resignation maik's the
opening or a new'era.in - tiie`.conduot of,
thel war, and that the vigor .of "pieparur '
titi:which has distiTnguished the adusinl
hitt' 'tion of ex-Secretary Cameron may . te
Whined 'by the terrible energy of actual
wat Y under the ,leadership Of General I
3le lellan.' '• '' ' : ' .." ' ' '.,','
ba d ev
Advertise in the JOURNAL.
A Picieure of iltinte.l,
I. recall' a hOmo . loniz' since left L ' eliitid
in 'the'journeY and its - trictian'rY
lleats - baek'nrer me With a sheiwer of itdo
tionstind thougLis towardit whose precious
fait tri,v heart 'Opens itself like
e' thirsty fli.)trei. - :` It' is . a.h6Me einntaglhe
inotitikoitiihUMble ' and lionielyi 1.. but
- priceless Thal' wealth of esktciations.
The water-fall 'sings a,gaita my' ears' as
it used to tt‘yu - yli!ithe dreamy mysterious
night, t ,T,,he rose itt the gate, tho, patch
tifjansy , under Alio' trindear; "1.4
baring, erehard,'„the elm, the grand ma-
Chinery of sterinti arid' showers, the little
smithy under the hill, that flamed with
strange light, throigh,,the du ll winter
eveeings, the'wOod pile . at the door; the,
ghastly . white 'larches on the:hilt; and the!
dim-blue ht4e oithe retiring mountains,
—all these conic back to pie whir, an;ap
peal that touches 'heart and Moistens
I sat 'again the doorirai, at s ummer
tilght-full: eating my tread ,and milk,
kokinguif upon :the dirkening landscape,
atid'l6teiting to, the shout's Upial the lilt
11.'the 1 •
Ode, ea tag or driving
tent. herds. I match ag ain the 'dermas
Way - of the dusky nigh thawk aloag 'the
twilight sky, and listen to , his measured
note; and the 1/!eOZY boom that acconi
pantes his 'headlong- plunge toward 'the
Even the ole3 barn,.craisy in every tint:
her mid gapping at every jt)int, has chunks
fur Ale: 1 try again the!. I
from the great beams intO the hSy: sit
acain . neon the', thresh(Ad, - of thel widely
Open doors-op en to the Soft'Sotith wind
of springand,watelt - the eat tlerwliese
fiteeS look half hue* to me as they SUn
themselves, and siCaCeftilli ruininate,
while drop by drop the.melting sAovilerr
the roof drills holes through the svastin - g
drift between the caves. • "
The, little.lambs of the season fet
tle hy,the sideof their 'dame and , niter
their teeble .bleatings, while thei, flecks
nibble:atthe bay-rack, or a pair of rival
'Wetherii try the strength ; of their sktills
in an, encounter, half In,
play, The proud aid rooster crows upon
his throne, and some delighted member
of his silly family letiVesher nest and tells
to her mates. and- to Me that there is
soother egg. in the worlci.!- - . .
Theoid horse whinnies in his•stall, and
calls to too for food. Hook up team
runt,, and think of Lig year's wanowi,—
stiowto return again—have a gliMpse of
angular sky threugh the dianiondlshaPed
opening thatgave them ingressandieg ress.
liuw,.l know nut, but that oid barn
pcit of myself, it has entsted into fife Mid,
given me arerith and, wealth: , 411 .
But I liMk into the himse agaiii,l where'
the life abides I i
ten s. d p oppa co
these things, and - bads among,- cheer its,
liutne. - hour of evening has; emu;
the tamps ore lighted, and a good Juan in
,middle —though very - old he seems
ins,Hakea ',down a bible and reads ;',A
clitipterfrow its hallowed pages. A sweet
.sits at. his Side-with - my 'sleepy '
head upon, her knees, - and ; briAliers and
s i sters grouped reverently. around the. ; 1
du nut-understand .the words, but 1 have
been told that they are the words of God,
m i d I believe it., The long chapter ciittp,J
iind:then we all kneel down, and the good
inatilirays.. I' A' asleep with any head
in the. chair, and the next warning re
member nothing holy I went to bed.
After the breakfast. the Bible istaken
down, and the good inan , prays.a,pin;And
again is the worship repeated throUgh.'all
the 'days- of dimly. Olden yearS. , i .The
plea.:ant converse of the fireside songs of
house, the Words of encouragement as I,
bent:over my, School tasks, the kiss as
lie down to rest, the patient bearing with
the freaks of my nature, the gentle;couit
sels mingled with rept oval, the isymPathy
that meets .and assuages every Sorrutv.and
Sweetens -every, little success, all these
return to me amid • the respoosibilities
which press upon, we .on.w r , and' feel,aS
if I liud',ubee tried in Heaven • and stray
ink, had lest iuy nay. 1 • • ;
th good tuangrcsiluldatid wearY,
and fell asleep '.with bleisings uptia; his
heatlffor me. Some of whodeilled
him father,lie side by Side in the same
calm' sleep. The others are scattered mid
dwell in new .hotnes,.. and; the - old Illottse
and frdru. linve.passed into: the lintitis of
strangers, who have learned or are learti
inz look 'upon . thew as Ido now. jj
lust, - ruined,lurever-left behind; that
home is inine - thrlay,:as truly-.as:it ever
was, for lhave• - rtot brought it away -with
we - and ihowp it :to you ?. It rtii'rhe
home efluy boyhood. :In: it -I found thy
first !incubi( food, and :by icury-Young
soul teas , inShioned. • To. me, through
weary yesis and many- dangers -and sor
ruwfq.it.-has been a perennial - fountain, of
delight end . purifying influences , simply
because it is my home, and •is a partlof,
me. ; - 'The rose at the .gatebloonis - inr,
now T and I heir' the .voiees which 'Mill
me Troia lips which
- • ' ' ' ;
eolirEubscribe for,the J.ourtN.AL.
but, One *bin* ititli,lriitrie!
:4 illpidren- who have the bilk of list
ening' to ..,Wordi witheii; understanding
theai y .yasytt and : , writhe .Width manifest
syttfptproi f <114.1.55, whe.rtbyerl they are
compelled tO hoar:sounds : - Which. convey
no ideas to itheir.,tnindst: iAll superen;
tne urn rayy Mi. &hallo be 'iaroiticd:in.culti
yatitig : the 'tower of attention: 4 '
- i ':.A few y arsago, a gentletnats-brltoglit
tw0..1 4, 13 . quitoax to London.. lig.wtsbed to
amuse, and at the sante tittle to I astonish
theM, with .Ithe tuagrdfi4tiee 4 the. toe
trolls:Os.. For this purpOsei'aft'or having
equip] etttlipni like ,English :Ontleinen )
be took thew out one morninge to walk
through ..the streits .• of i Len doe. i -They
,walked several hours in pilence "; they ex
pressail neither pleastiro., nor, admiration
at anvihiog they saw. A,Vitep their,walk
was, poded they appeared.; uncommonly
mclinclioly and , stnpi6ech :. As ;soon as
Wei !got hoMe, they sat down, with her
elhowS,uptitil their: knees; and hid their
faces., etikee.n, their hands, ,The only
words; they 1, conld be ,brought; to. Utter
were - i• iro l o meal] smoke--too much, noise
—too.inuelthoitses—toci, mach amen--to o Much very thiii.' ! 1 '
"Sonic people who attend public lee. i
tures en natural philoseplti t with the es- t
peeiatiou pflbeing,muchamused , and in
struetcd, ]home with ieelitigs similar to
thoile.cif theip* Esqui6us. : :they feel
that they lhave bad too much ; of ; . every
thing. i Thelecturer lityiloot, had time to
explai. hiS terms, nor o repeat them till
they a re distinct in th Memory - of his -
dience yith ' tidren,: every triode , of
iqtruction must be hurtful, ,which fa
tigties latteation ) ; therefOre_ a skillful in
spicier will, as much 4 p 4 sime, ,-avoid
the :manneri of; teaching, to which the
public is in seine ] degree cow
peliailbylhis situation."--.1 1 / a fra E,dge
,Tll LittiaTY OF REFLTSF; TuititGs: 7
The prussiate of potash 'is' Made in lar,ge
gnat tttie , to Cincinnati, from the 'hoofs,
horns, la d ether refuic of ,slaughtered
Igratitersi eow.hair, taken 'from the
bides cif tanneries; s employed for, matt
hag plastering' mortar, - to give it a fibrous
'quality, Satrdast is sold for Sprinkling
theffkorS of]markets. It. ii also used for
packing ice f for' shipping. ~ The rags of
alit:wen:mut shirting, cUticci dresses, and
' the , iviste - of cotton, factories,;are einploy
; ed te wake .J the paper upokwhich:theie
linekakePrinted. Old ropes are convert
ed !tan fine 'note paper, and the 'waste
paper'l'itself, whieh is pitkedl tip in the ;
gate* is . again I reconverted • into +road,
white sh ect, add, thus di.) ditty' revel vi ig,
stages.l. The parings of skins and hides,
atid the car a of cows, calves and sheep,
are hearefullY 'collected I and 'converted
iota Iglne.l - t The filler I qualities
of gelatine are Made froin ivory rasping
—the bones and tendons! of; animals.—
Botlei conv rted into charcoal liy roasting
in retorts are afterwards eintiloyed for
otriAing the white su ° aiwtli ;
swcatet our (coffee; etc. Tha
obtained from the distillation of Ceti) in
twitting gas, is employed gut 'saturating
wail and cudhear, in ni4king the beauti
ful 'Mae colors that are dYed
,on silk and
fine:, wcio l len igonds. Car,bonie ] acid, ob.
tamed i n the distillation lot ; coal tar, is
einploT l .d with Ether aciidd Ito produce.
beentif I yellow no silk and!wcol.
' i PikPIT.AL i t .ilT.—A' , ii 63iior.• :while
attdniling service a chnreh, Was greatly
struck isith the, vocal efforts. of the lead
ing singer, and with grdat iditHculty he
auceiledbd id phonographing coo of the
stanzie,laS follows 4 ' I i
f 4 W4*-kaW, swaw, daW, arilWaw,•
' 'Piaci saw,l thaw law ti*tiawi, - •
lira i ka, ectiv thaw, vaw-vawibraw,
;AA , tiliaw rawi-jawsaw, tisi.?' i '
Ile shtkieqUently asceriainedito his in
tense aLtoni4liment, that thisr., was the
verso st)ng: I' 1
, •••.- „
f•We eomei sweet day of rest, 7 •
.T 1 at saw the Lord arise, •
Wel rime this revitiogibreast,
A d these r i ejoicing ;eyes.", .'
my friend:' said a 'doctor. to no
tiorrt -".ho composed; must
!Reel itArt it's that vCxes.tne.",
Pat . ; "If T Could die a half, dozen
d not care a cent ahoni this iiine.l!
all die «
,iio.l. 4,STIC I uourKr.ILY.---Tel make a san
a ll—liarry, your sausage carefully
to, tile pof ;lie nearest and trundle
it careflilly d rrn. ;
in alrifle—Buy run fora penny'
and sel it atl its true value.
'49m . art cc your Lan - tiie binges
of ths' oor, nd close briskly:
'Open thrtr—lnsert your nife 'Carefully,
and lift off title upper crust.
1 1 '
-Tiar liar beef-Wateti your email*:
and carry licnne
under -.your coat.,l
Ram Sbrnb.Plate your pastry in ` °a
firo oven and forget all about.
"Good morning, le- eiiiidek,cliitti
you any &fishtail; that sioffid walfeloadh
type-setters 1 1 ,'! 1 9Nnt exactly; b. 11; :ba ud ;
a that wa'e a fifstlate..4cap:.:l,l:,
X 7 l" , ‘„.
- kit', 211; 4it
• - •
4/. o kr-Mt
WHAT up Titz WOMEN ,wIINT,US , ;O4X)
doe toll£oll *bit is do diffielit'td
please a *omen is,' that ihilieltionartiiiirs
herself what she/Aruba; uttlit•leintst
bel9 as bPrd;n.sikti4fy *
be to content,a barairt who siotibi.ant
Sou to Steer his ship 'aid hilidiectOt
you" whether` he *sett you 'to pi fa,
sey nr to ijapad. '•Tififf Wonkit& htf fa i t
isfiedi'whatever ;you tine - .Fispet*liyari
'the nnitel'orFar. ::notticalarilf
matter , of the present. war. Your Wife;
mother,.br Sister; of Whoeirft; bitty be
tin woman that owns You, - rafiliett? bd
content, no matter what you dti. ift-yard
don't join a military..tOmpany, shunpike;
insinuates that you ern a, etward, ; -turn/
up her neSq, and wishes:eht, ,
If you do' join 'said cordpaiiy, 514
about the expense grumbles ab'6o- I the
loss of time, and growhrishenever youid
to drill ; :.though though - in : spite of her g ro wlifigi
she always, s a ves , the eiieifiest oft
dinner fiat alw ays,.,
Whin )144i could:
Then!Ao lantia•at you;and''eaW you a
"dressed up moukey," ,4he trail - 11 11 h ! sfid
sees you in uniform.; and, then,: as soon
as you, !are gems ut-of ,the houseshu
rnshes Over to - Mrs.Jedes tb -W inn. $
1 s :splendid 'offieer' l her' hu...b h att is , ; int'
how ‘iiial.ftlificent"' he' looks in his tit*
military! dpess. Then,.; if-your abi
is ordered away, and you insinaltd ti Lt d, -
"businctis affairs': will• keep lot( at
hir fire is Mating in-an iusiaht s anti
she uphi . aida you for ;"butking - out ; ','at
critical moment, and insinuates that •Yofi
are a "play boy soldier ;" and thed
wishes she were a nian--she'd sboW folks
how to fight.
,Then, when jou : 6011j,
wake up your wind" to . go to the. ne at:
war:She hurts into wet tears whiet spobi
your now uniform and tarnish the lane'oft
your sleeves, and. thinks, "you ought'ln
be ashamed to uo off and It yotir -raw,
ily." She vows "she tlon t t belieVe. yo,tt
care a'itraw for'yoUr wife, or ti bib}, fol:
)-our sjeet , Children ;" she '.knows yiiti
would rather lie anywhere than at honie;'"
and .‘wishes she , were a man; she'd teach
tbe President better.-than to send wed
away front their fatullie.s.'i
Tien. when the - day ;conies . -lot yon td
start, she-vows that she "will [mitt speak
to you again-if you, pertit 'rgothic. l .
Then,rwhen-you take ;n; paper mit lift your.
pocket; and pretenttto• read .a. furlough
from the cojetuanthinf, eidirsing yvii and
giving you leave to stay at honfe,''shn
throws her apron over herhead, sits tiolid
on the &or and -howls'ldoudi "to think
site should have ,a coward fof u intslittud 4 -
-that her "huaband should be afraid td
go to the Wars." .And- then, 'When 'yeti
tell her that it's all a mistake, 'and that
you are going after all, she hotils'loudei
than ever; because "she knows You will •
be killed," or she feels it in her bones'
that yon will come hoaie With two ittx , trt.
eb legs; and t heu how Can ytin take he(
to the Aeadeuty on opera night ? tiled
she:resorts in -turn to every one of the
!immense lists of imitate tactics •to, keep:
I you at home; she weirs, she
she pokes fun at ytiti=slie Wishes-AM ttag
a roan--she gets mad—sbe -I sulkeishe
threatens to go home to her mother— , .she
. ever live 'with • you
another day"—she scolds, she . . entreats /
and; as n last resort she faiths —lb this.
case she' always rails' into, your arias,
you make an 'offer to- catch • her; 'if yod
don't offer, and. if it's early -in the-motitz'
ins, and she hasn't made her' bed yeti:
she'll fall on the bed; , but if the.bed : it
nicely made up; - she'll fall on the earpeti
so as not to muss the bed; if the aiming
dodge don't Work, and.you still ere lei
solved - to go, she vows she, "hetes yott,
and that she'll never speak foyoti again,",
and then; in order to prove the bittertieig,
of her hate, she goes off and imeltifyourr
haversack full of the dainties:and defied. •
cies of the , season . ; then, afterall, at the
very latest tectuent, she tomes and throwe
her, arms around yottr neck,and whis' pare
that "she "loves you best of - ell in the • _
wend," and_ thatshe'll, she sitelti a
girl= until] , .'you 'JLEIC • back," ertUthatr
"she'll take such good .nate of .theettil , .l.
dren," and that .fyott mustn't fret about
her," and that she will write every blt.a4
ed day, and that you must - Write - as 'oiled
you can, and that she "lures yofillestir
best,' and a thousand other little .roes=
sages for you, but all kind and loving ! ,
and all told without a tear
,-rz- - for
doesn't eiy now , until lon are out
house; then "when yeti' are gotie, i ` ehf .
weeps like a shower bath for half an howl
then suddenly stops short i .tripes her gear
and doesn't waste another,. scar
• the way they air
do; and talk: as peacefully' - 3 - on 'can t
she is'never satisfied
sees you in tiniferna.::
The reason the officers are so nutpereet.
_the" rebel' tinny' is,` because there - hied'
beeti-so niiiiy'eontiabandileft in