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hatioolta are.laloolated by the bleb Au length
ul eelunal, and any leas spare is rated us u full 'fia t .
Foculioi ad% ert mem elite must' be paid for before tu
,aftwu,utcepl on yearly emtracte,•riben half-yearly
plytaelits lu'adratice will be required.
13(.13INKSS ,NOTICEcitI the F.ditorlal, columua, 011 the
83oud page, t6oeuts per line each luSertbm. NOth4
tug inserted for less thou 31. ,
1.00.01. NOM/Stu a n dL, oeutilda - er, flue If;
more than eve linos ;60 eente fur iinetkeof tiVe
thee or less.
kNNouxerli Etas of FL.atutioeFe and DEinteluaerted
free : but all ebituaryreticeli Will be charged 10 Dente
:•IPECJIAL NOTIC SH 61) per cent aheireragldar rates. '
A commas Claus b lines or leas, $6,00 por ypar.
J. U. BATORBLDEft
Batchelder J_ohnson,- . • •'
. . •
i madchirp.B monerueute, Tgrubitouea, Table
Tops, Coubters. Fe. bull and age. • Shop,
. °Wait°llaboro. P.a.7-3n1yA,78.73
A. Redf i eld,
:14.61111EY ANb Obblii3V.LtOlt 4 7 r.
Nat promptly attended to.—Bloonburg, 'I toga corm
Petait.,Axtr. 1, 1872-9m._
C. H. Sepnour,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'Alegi ";
Ail business en-'
trusted to LUca re will receive 'rolultt. attention.-
Jan. 1, 1872,
Geo. W. Merrick, ' .
iIfORNEr AT LAW.—Wellbboro, Pa. Office in
gOvlen'S Brick .likicic. Main street; decoud floor,
•a:rossb faoui AdITA.TOI3. 01E041.
Mitchell & Cameron, ",
ETOBNEYS AT LAW, Claim and Insurance Agent's.
Odic° In Converse ac Williams brick block, over-
Cosverso & Osgood's store, Welisboro, Pa.—jam:l;
William A. Stone,
irrouNEy AT LAW, over O. D. Kelley's Dry Good
store, Wright /a Bailors Block on 'fildiu street.
14ellsboro, Jan. 1, 11372.
os L Emery,
/MONEY AT LAW..!—Ottlee opposite Court House,
No 1 Purdy a Moak, Williamsport, Pa. All business
promptly attended to.--dam WM.' •
J. C. Strang,
ITTORNFA2 & kitO/INEY.—
Otticewith J. 13, Mee t Pa.-Jan.l, ' 72
C. N. Dartt;
DENTIST.—Teeth made with the !raw zurnornsistrT.
Watch gi 70 Utter satisfaction than any thing else
in lab. Offino in Wright & Bailey's Block. -Wells
borO, Oct. 15,1872.
J. B. Niles,
aTTORNEY AT LAl9.—Will atten&promptly to bus-,
Incas entrusted to his care in thq cattalos .of Thai'
and Potter. omee on the Avenne.-4illittiorO,Ps.,'
Jan. 1, 1872.
Jno. W. Adams, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3Tanstield, Tioga county, Pd
Collection, proinpty attended to.—lan: 1, 1872.
C. L. Peck,
LTTORNT VAT LAW. AU claims promptly collected
Office wit ti W. B. idvilth, Eliorille,Tliotsa Co., Pa.
O. .B. Kelly.
DMlct to Crockery. China and 01113313 ware, Table Cut
lery and Plated Ware., Also Table and House Fur
waking Goode.—Wellsboroi Pa., Sept. 31, 1872.
eTfORNEY AT LAW. All business entrusted to lam "
111 bo promptly attended to.—Ottlee let door south
11Yikkbam ffi learn; store, Tioga, Tloga county, - Ps.
Jul. 1. 1872.
A.riustroug AL -Linn,
ilrumuurs AT LkW, - Williamsport, Pa,
Wm 11. Arimsramoi..
811111 EL Liam.
\Viii. P. Smith,
PENbION AT'f'OltNEV, Bounty and Insurance Ag&nt.
Vmaruunications Bent to the above address will ru
ono prompt alteutlon: , Tenon modertite.—linex
rdlo, •1311.1, 1872,
Barnes- R Roy, °
nib I'itINTERB.—AR kinds of Job Printing doneon
limi itvtlee, and In the beat manner: Odle.°
en s COlleR Block, 2d door.--Jan. 1,1872.
Tiogs 00., Pa.—Bdrm Bro'e. Piotirlitore
Tine to has beau thoroughly renovated dis
cis' in good conditisn to acconlidslo the, traVeting
Public in's auportoc 1873.
I D. Bacon, M. D.,
PUBIC! kN AND SUltptoN—Elay bo found at his
mice Ist door East of Miss Todd's-51a1.6 , 6treet.
ir,u attend promptlyio all cs:llB".—Well9boro, Pa.,
Ica. I. 1912.
Soolob Coats & Co., ,
BISSEREL Tioga (30., Pi.—liecolve money
'. 1 17 d£TOSit, diSCOUIIt. ttotes, s.rn.i sell drafts on New
Volt City. Collections promptly made., •
1 1060.1.14 SEELEY, 03C0034. Vu CSANDA.LL, -
Jaz. 1, 1872. • . DAVID OOLSTS.IDIOXYIIie
w butt..LD, PA.„, (leo. °lose, Proprietor.-:-.Good sc
emecotation for lgith tuattotell beast. Charges rea
soluble, and good Attention glv,en to guests.,
hn. I, 1872. =
W. W, Burley,
I LINC I PACTiIitER aiylca of Iliad rind heavy
to 'ages. eat edges kept ecteetentlY on hind. All
wo r k warranted, Corner ,Catia and 'Buffalo Streets,
ihracnavitte, N. Y. Orders left with C. B. Benny.
W.li.b . oro, or B. Chatham. will receive'
Prompt aiteMion.—lona d.„1.873.-¢ mos.
M. L. Sticklin, Ag't.,
ITALIA In Cabinet Wnre of all kinds which will be,
gold barer than the /tweet. Ho invitee all to take
I leak }lt his goods batons ifurchaalug elsewhere.—
hernerobor the place—opposite DartVe Wagon Shop,
IS'Eat Main Street, Wellborn.e • Bob. OS. 1873-1.1.
km manufacturing sevorat- brands of choice Cigars
widen I kill sell at prices -that cannot but please
trif cust‘macre. I use -none but :the beet Connect,:
Ilacaua and Sara Tobaccos.. I make my awn
Opts, and for that 'reason can warrant them. X
itve a general assortment of good - Clb - owlpg and
koklag Tobaccos. Snuff, Pipe& from. clay' to the
dam Moefichnktm; Tobacco Pouches, &a - , whole
sad retall.-Doc. 21, 1812. _
John R. Anderson,
1 / 1 10 1.6.11,V. DR* T.Vn 124 HARDWARE,
St '" Iron, Steel, HMIs, 1101180 Trimmings,
chstiks' Toole, Agricultural luaplenient, Ca'rriagct
Ocods:Axtes, Spritigtf, , ,RippL , P,cklrot -8413 'rabic! ,
Ccalery, Plat(4l ittlaAtain:unitlon.
Maps —wood and trou—tho Biskintac-
Liter and tkal6r in 'fin; etipper, aria Mbeet-iron
li4 rts flowing in 'Clui sod (Am u - All work ivarrant
td —lan. I, 11573. „ • .
WELLS BO HO 11 UTE
CUR. MAIN et. dr THE AViLNI7E:
W} I.SIDORO, PA
B. B. HOLLIDAY, Propkcior.
t .: 413101 4 is well located, aril to is good
i•armnedate the traveling public, The proprietor
'Ore no palms to It a etrat-Otss hous o - AU
tlgva arrive and t° depart from this I house. Free
.., Lki from all trains- Sober and induatrtotta boat=
„wiaTa in attendance. ' • • r • -
t y.f "....5Tk ) if,,... J :V .. BEAVER,. BROAD"
ClAnn, CASSIIIIERE, VESTING% AND TR/ 11.
4 Q B k. *dal I will sell very cheap SON DASD. In
Ir. „ . thi hest assortment et Goods ever brought to
14 41 1 , 4 , p r . of Variollll- styles. Flare call and look
1,1141/.; Bu tte , - o . rerCoste7and d r ofro"tritik
—r■kuand Ile cheap as the cheaPeat•
0130110 a. WAGNER,
il k I Itna_lOrtiltori !Urea,
• • liV,elleboto, Pa
To 82 0 per 41 .W'
Agents wanted'. All clami:
ea of working people, of either 00 1 +
/ 41 % 4 •d ik r old, make more money et work tor na to
4 4. e momenta, or all the ttme thanat any th ing
tott ia4 ll4l cultre tree. Address G. Stinson'. dr CO.
'wet. • Sept. 94 2899-17:
. 1 11 , . 4 L.4I.SI3IWILIRISAr;
OITLD xespictrally tufoiiti thci OP •Wells.'
boro and virdraty tbat, itipy him ppenid *odor*
pex door to; ClifVf..qeares Diet and Sh9csl46o4artit'
O 114 4 / 1 ?„0 .ku6n4 -71 T
DADDD RUURR ' YYYYY .
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vtoto , „ swat:: DRAW ...11t1tY ' ."
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' BOOTa ANTO*OO3," - • '
I:t - N. 4 : .. 111 :/ )11 :4,' 4 4 ) .:*4,
p‘it,,t,Erty ; igloo; 4.0.
P °Y . I Y i N I / 1 4tC h Pai r !"
We call your attention to our lino of
xyo Intent! hp Oro thta ; buynttnoat care:
SUGAR, Coffee A , - „ ' I*3.
it ed ._ig,
Best 141,,Prldte . 12i'
Aluslius, • - . from 10 to 15 ' .
Best • 1.10
_Gob Powder Te 4 .
Young ifyiou•i." from 50t01,00 • '
Black Tea ' . • • I.oo'
WE WILL HERE SAY
that tva intend to tat NO PERSONOR PERSONS UNi
DERSELL no otr the above and many other
too numerous to mention. :•--' , ,
c;lv.lA*ci. lass a cstin.
REMIThitiER '&11 - PLACE.
April 22, 1873.8tn05. N. M. GLASS/HRH &CO
ClerteMl f nsura, tae Ageit6A "
Zife, .Fire, and Accidental.
Alemania, of Clefeland. Oblo —.438,033.44
New York Life Anil Firo Ins. Co ...... .21,000,000
Royal Ins. Co., of Liverpool • 10,515,501
Lonrazhire, of, Mancbester,,Caplial,.. Moo%r r
00., of NortlvAmerica, Pa 1%050, • 50 I
Franklin Fire Ins. Co. of Phila. Pu............ 2,087,452 26
Republic Ina. Co. of N. T., Capi tal , *160,000
Niagara Fire irlai . :9o. of N. 2 . ... ... tOOO,OOO
Farmara VirfLinf, k .... ..
Phoenix Mut. Lif&Ma. Co of et.. 5,081,970 50
Penniallettlo Ina. Co. of Pottsville • ....600,000 00
, . ...... $55,481,451 91
y or. bth' o,
on all kinds of Property. All losses promptly adlasted
ajt u d i paid at my office.
All communications promptly attended to—Office on
Street 211 door from - Main at ? Knoxville Pa.
- WM. 33'. SMITH
Jan. 1. 1873Ttf.
J. H. •IV.T. C AMP'S lULL
A RE isaning policies in the following Companies
ja. against .11rnand. ligbtning Vow , and Pottercounties t•-•- . c'
pIIEEN, ----- • • • • Assets, 110,000,000.00
CONTINENTAL of New York, —2,509,028.27
HANOVER', of New York = 988,981.00
OERBIAN AMERICAN, New York.— „.1,272,000.00
WYOMING, of Wllkoebarre, Pa. 210,098.42
VILLIABLEIPOIVY. Of , Vm'eport..: —119.080.00
3 All busindas promptly attended to by mail oritther•
wise. - Losses adjusted and pald'at onr Olen.
Nelson, Deo. 30,1822-Iy. " "
Jan. 1, 1872
oltisb; Putty; - '
Brutihes, Trusses, Supporters, and Surgi-
HORSE te' CATTLE POT :DER
g ! ..3tch Ales, , cigars, TObaso,,Si:iiiff, &C.)
,Pwisldl. l / 4 1113' PnnscurnoxeCATlEstruir Commlitriari.
Groceries, Sugars, Teas:,
1 CANNED AND DRIED
Shot,. Lead. Powder and Cape, Lamps, Clairimoys,
W#ips, Lashes, /cc.
BLANK 11 MISCELLANEOUS
All School Books in use. Envelopes, Btationery, 11.111
im4 Cap Paper, 'lnitial paper, Idemoranduma, large
and small Dictionaries. Legal paper, libibool Cards and
Primer,s, Ink. Writin Chess and Backgammon
Boards', Picture Frames, Cords and Tassels, Mi rors,
Albums, Paper r, Collars and Cuffs, Croquette,- Base-
Balls, parlor games, at wholesale and retail. , .
Wallets, port' monies, combs, pins
schsms, shears, knives, violin strings, bird Migee.
A treat variety of pipes, delis, inkstands, measure
Tackle, best tioutjties, lines, hooks,
baskets and rods.
Ifipeciattention paid to Ude lino in the aeanotif.
TOILET, AND FANCY 'AitTIOLES.
VILLAGE LOTS fatale In tho central pax : t athellora.
D4arch2b.l3-IL HASTINGS & COLES.
I • For.4.Bale - bi. -- .Ren,t. :- -
OUSE AND LOT.corner of Pearl street and Av
ente. Also for sale, seven village lota near the
Academy. 'Apply to ELLIOTT Ai 1108ARD; '
- Wellabore. Pa.
Oct. 29, kin -tt
'igics. - I),sittl'ill,
- F_J - A9,4ust o rzturn front ow Yotk pith- the largest
J- 1 1 4 8
- • 14ILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
over brought Into WeUalgtro,tivi:will give Ler eustoin
era reatwea leices. She bag a splendid assortment
of 1114.1 tea egite. Parasols, Gloves, - Fans, real .and
taliOn hale ioods, and, a hill lino or neatly made white
gbods.Prleettrelatit - - .
--FTErsaum & COLES 11.1MP . E&D.
1 4 11 Y inform tLa, laollo. at thoy
• estabiliibed a
Livery for Mare' - •
dt thblr litablOgo.rearl Bt. ,oppotito Wheeler's wagon
ohoP4 431ng10 of 41Ouble ttga tufnlebod to order. They
aim tl keep good horses Mil wagons, and Intend to
P1e.4 8 0. - Prime reitagoa, ,K.BrOt4lt at 09.1.70.... •
Aug. 91,1872. , .
POPEBRUM& °trete btireervico to •tlio POP
_ICJ ea a Survey or .. will be reedy to attond.PronVt"
tOall - edta. He ntay bA faarta at ititi la* °lace ot
ft. Sherwood & 'Son, hi ITelleboro, oi• - at . - Me - r#o7'
donee on Haat Avenue.— - • „•-,, • ; ?•.v
wellaboro, Pa., May IS; , '
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Maim ov COUPANISe.
NBLSON, TIOOA CO., PA
ItASTINCIS & aOLES
Artist's Goods in Groat Variety
AGENTS FOR' A*SRteAN STEAM SAFEE(.:
zigpiLor. lyatisp.. • ,t.l o r_iast
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11:A.P.i VAS, POPLINB,..CAM
-11.R108, _FRENCH' ACO N
• ATS, ORG A_AWISS,
:1 3 .00A,5;
P LAQK 6 °- 60 - 1 4 1 0D SILKS;
lleatitiful &limner .Shaivis,
BeetViiite k Siliar, 121 cents:
A large and choice stock of .
at Cory low prices. We ep the heat 50 cent Tea in
A large stock of Crockery.
ihre have Shed the Shahity
And ni3A;bavei tiutOnte t 9 nay o our telistuir Bait
• oUstomers illative have afloat,
• • - •
b ES fittli . L . k . - - G - il 0 lig
Call androu tutow la, Your6Ovell,
1 , 1 1 •
- • ;
.A.largaetock - of
FOREI'd 2V _ j7I'OMEgTJC;
, "Consisting of
All styles; colors and patterns;
and plonte of cloth to'roake more
Call and see, us. i
Is 1111td Trat of
V, the lowest priers Eq be !mud
T. L. KA1..i)W11:7,4 00.
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•V -A tfrirf4-,/,I4tYPS
airstaar Atilunicti • .
tuisAdi.a ;114,10.14rd siogoutone
CWhite yet the - darktteas overspread the alsy r i.'-it:,-
AldnfheE a single streak of, rose gave"wiitaing,
was - • „,
; The ensues plereingxlth a note 5h.1410;
started: tkenled Nab oudden,selisa 91,
nttii, ' igt r eitk 4 / 1 .
ua tendsrnessege,to pill, In mrsong;
ha Ate owning; th ough tkhelyeddntrdArken,—%
' Atid night Is long.' .• , •
)" , Gotl.flAtka yotlr eyelids hear*—tiiiewlth'iltuidier:_;
l'he sorrowful team that tal41(0 their brie/Armful am '.
And all your prayorn4no
Are known ti) 'On; ; • ' • -
rt.The"dity shell coins,.your•derknese dltinossesslngel.
And wkile,thliblrd +mag i t ontay,eyelida mat
wetght sleep", the weerybeeld caressing -
• : ;••:To.beppy rest.. •
rilepuf' 4118 i•e tired livt . ,w4l! egl
clod - knolia,•tiot I, whey I hail'idept,beforo
I waked, to And the gracious Sunshine lying
, Along-the Sour, , ,-0
rig In its blessed light to lee retarning •
The face of one that was the world to me; -
The Ape my heart, with bitter:grlet and yearning.'
•• •t Had ached to see. 0, . • ;
The day had•conie, indeedi 0 - eiveidest'aingei,
t The song you sung mo In the dark watt true; • ,
And,woind that I could be so swift ii hribger, „
0f,,10y to you • -
, . , • , „
lent liimit`shenld rock in ilieenciit . bnuicheir4truly,"
' And there your shy brown nude and downy brood:
Should chirp to you, and apres4;:tht* wlngtele -dhly,
Nor lack, for CoMi.' :•• • -
*roue' skirt/man ever ahoidd beset yiju; , . -'" ' °'
- No sudden tempest over Musa affright, • e •
Nor any in that birds are heir to, fret you, -
day •or night:* ' • ' .0.•• V' •
:,ialinwish; sips! and valueless completely,'
For whether it was'hisolibird,': wren, or lark, •• -
,Or eliver-throsted thrush, that all so sweetly: - •
•• 'Sine ly tho dark; • •
/ never knew • —,-you never more came.near,me; •
But I can trust you, ciesrlY.sto,fne,care
-Whose tender pity tient your song to cheer' -
-,, • - In sayllespair. ' • ' •
"What An aboininable*tiiiii,,you 'are,
" lie wind ' eyide,' My dear, is a dreek
derivative, meaning something like 'cur;'
end My self-love forbids me to believe that
you•knowingly apply thaV terni , in'' its full'
force to your • unquestionably agreeable
brother. • I prefer -to think thatlottuse•it to
mean something else, as is customary 'with
young ladies - whole familiarity witlethe Be
glish.language is of that kind which prompts
them, to take unwarrantableliberties with if.
Really. now. you don'tmean cyniot - dosou?' , '
' "Paha! how prevokin:gt You never will
he aerioue.• I - mean misanthrope - .iflitat
smta your , critical high-mightiness .tieter.—
Yoteleadmit,yeafre a misanthrope?",
" ' Scarcely,' if I may be allowed I Ur
row that choice • vulgarism of expression . _
from your late schoolmate and very partic
ular friend whose' you brought into thia
house last week with deliberate designs, up
on' my personal liberty. scarcely, I s ay,—
A misanthrope is - one who hates mankind
in the aggregate.l do nothing of the kind,
probably because it would' require an exer
tion to do so; and that would' tire me. No,
irik dear, I ,am only, indifferent, ;'not even
hating the women with'Whinik yob , persist
ently bore me; and whose Amities, I tie 'Per-
Melly forget because they are -' of- no•sort of
consequence, to me." -' ''' '" •"- ',
. " Well, you're a shabby, forgetful, • lazy,
'provoking thing, Yon_know you argil"
"Now, my dear Kate, without troubliqg
myself to point- out to you again the bad
het* you Lave of running • the , , two - words
'you• are' into.,one unauthorized; congloMe
rate, I must say that 'your la4t -utterance
strikes me as 'sornewhet•inconsiiitent with ,
yeur,eulogy aipon My. virtues ,pronounced
the otheridey , , for your visitor's edifteetiOn..'
lf I, remediber . yoei„,,words,, eorreetly T l,
Mitifkillrlinifigr---8 - fcritil:eifect - 1
that I am ' the dearest and best brother iu
the world, "aad only needa,wife„ or some
thing of that sort, to render me perfect.'— '
If I. state your position incorrectly, I beg
that you jwill get me right.. -The slightness
of the interest I felt in , the subject of your
conversation made me. less attentive, per
li kik, thria •I_ nriight have be'en." '
- " ,That's astory• Harry. You know there's
nat,a sebjeet.----," • ,
"'Pardon me, my dear Kate ; and allpw,
Me again to' plead for the verb 'to be.' 4-'- •
Twice in the brief reniark Which I am in
terrupting you have decapitateddiat useful
.verti'aithird person singular; :present indic
ative form, merging it anuunarily into words
of fur less' dignity. - Pray Proceed now with
'your remark." , ' ',' -,•- - • :•'- • •
" Well, then; Sir—" ' - - .
; '',,W hich is not elegant English, Kate.".' '
"I Won't talk with you, you horrid thing."
- ," 'Won't' , is an, extremely rude corrup
tion of •` would riot,' while; I 'believe, you
mean t.o.say you `unit not.' talk wilihnie, do
you not; my dear? , But really, Kfite;•it is
high time that you should , abandon' this ,ef
fort to entrap me : inter a marriage. . While 1.
was, at ,eollege you made my, _vacation's ,
dreaysr wastes 4.:ie time witleyoueetulless ex
curse:ma and parties and other clumsy cow
trivet:lces to bring rue,into, ixt
contact with wo
men who, hoped, would, turn , aeheadi '
despite',thefact that to haVe ilinie 'so \would
beve•teen to Unfit me for a further prosecu-'
Lien, of iny•atedies. ' While We were in ,Eu
rope yeu,,.wohld actuall y , briegep eaci ,Of
your insipid 'young-lady friarls.tp,interrupt
myfinguistie studies, and, afterward take
mato task for the 'offense :of Preferringte.
-tallciu•plifois with a peasant 'woman old'eit- •
"(nigh to be my. grandmother rather'than t o
eiek 'lri the handkerchief parpoielY dropped
by, that IlYdieta'nguleh of 'an SEngliSh girl,
for whom, as for her country; intlia'd hone ,
fur-revels more than nature. ' Now that Maui
ferbidden' by :my_ doctor'. to -continue my
newspaper •work, and ,peremptorily 'Ordered
to:seekrest and country air, - you• halo de;
termined to'dragreehodily to the wilds' of
the West, intluevain hope that 'I will Many'
'one of our sethebarbar e us• coutids there.—
l' have pfiuniaed to, go with you,: but, you
Meat know that Ida so Simply because I am
' the deareat and best brother in, the world.'
There is Ansolation,_ h owever, in the reflept
ion tint our relatiiesi the I.,aurys, will never
know - when' I nip laughing at, them,. and I
canamthie..,Myself, With their innocence.
"Now, then. Mr. Harry, I'm mad. •'I
don't' believe :ir Western' cousins are as
'pawned uncultivated' •rte , you'' think there;
and I :know 'they are 'warm-hearted;. excel-,
lent people. • It was very kind 'of them to
invitetue l'of sure, abdif you dare to make
furi of , any of them, l'il Just tell them hciti •
you trifled -with the Lady Ann' De Vere's
affections ~tit liorence.You know you
treated'her j ahamefully.." '• ' , ' , ,
'' Her ; allectioris, #l4. you? Ily,dearKate,
honAriuncent yeti ut,er ' Why;sheitaiebered
her ilictierlendea Of iliat'sert by tlie hundred.
Her bruit was ;PrepiselY like, a cullender, if
yOu Will' pili'dee the culinary . hguie Uf
speech: She Oatitvd to marry' Ilie - bitiirily
because she understood in avagne way that.
I was wealthy ;- mid in purinit uf -sobligible,
4: husband she annoyed me dreadfully with'
her attentions.. :1; waist too indolent "to resist
unlit she became , utibearable, araithen I fled
te'tbe Mountains-41 •est, I went to 'Naples
and took a. look -at Vesmilus. • <The:head
and front of myoffendinglintle this extent,
no more,'•,,kdo assure.you." , • -
111" Geed! good!" shonted' his „sister; "I
'have waked bini up at Milt and goaded', him
• nto defending himself with a quotation iron)
-Shakespeare." And with that.olip left her
brother, to his inehltatieria While she, busied
,weperieg fey_ the, Merrow's depart
liarrE Idorlatul and his :Oster Kate were
the children of a Widovi lady, and had in
herited donsiderable Wealth from their fath
'er. Harry WKS turnifig his twenty-fifthyear
at tbe_tinto the story opens, mid Kate, four
years. his Junior, 'who 'regarded him, - as a
mode 4 'of •• all manly :'perfection;'. was really
,growlug uneasy lea's° perfect a specimen
of unnamed should be lost'to womankind
by persistent 'celibacy.' ' •' '
flarry,s health' threatening to' give way
under too meek work,- his physleien had or
dered a summer's vacation, and Kate had
imitated on accepting for both, the- pressing-
Invitation ended them by...their mother's
f t '~ 1
+2 >> i
-The„,4 dine for July.
BY GEOROB • CARP .BGBL.VBTON
A PAi3BAGEI A l ' UThlB
.1 • 1,
uncle, Captain Lan , a well.to-de forme - rot
Central Indliliik '',7'i• '- _ ..-...-. - , -:• •"--- -
-_:•-•.. - , ,
. 2. . 1 ' :.- H:,', - 'r-'l - 4 - 1;';' '-._ .. ,• ,-•-, ..,- i . .
~ .' .- 4TitAtirs - ; irtlo4.thittit,,s .?•6:t*l-.4;.' • _
Juns - 25:-L'iVitai:it citieer'Qldvitoi - (hie, is,
ito_be 006; 2 - . l are, arrived hero Ihree daynago
-and 'dravanto-16 :the, - front '-gate e : the , , , walk,
li9oi which carried Ititi':te:the Itttellett - .09,0.Y.,
Lig ~oche ridd' arraffgeatertt , ot-ilie4 - ireinises:
By,llin-witt-,:thia kneherif**Weri eV 1 111 , 113
*9,, awl' my relativeit'seem - to Make''il%lbeir.
sillingfoemhalt, the - time.: ' Then, ilicytl:-.:.
:wgn - dine 'there; andsi' g frOni thoi,_atipearar fee
'of ra great ;ohm . i_ one.etaner, With an apple
:peeler hid' arrity. - - - -iinder :,'lt''a ad '_a .; spinoin , ,,;\
:Wheel' Suspended from - the beit , ina:abOve, I.
stir iM , irnagitie-that'duritsg the ,winter Ike
Vpartmen t' iinoi deity-as a'' i'ziniii;V. ‘vorlisikop:
_lt is a..vorypleasattl' histlBe ' - I begin to
think' tincVtliese seem - id 'et - main:4'4,f "mine are
ratite); agrecithle girls, - if they d 6 milk Cows,'
apin, Cilikk r And even feeilht)rg nod." scat
, ter 'hay": bir.. , Way-: - .'nf:,ll - ,*f 1: ; 1 ‘ . ; 1 i -,Sc ) ioi: I 14 168,-4,
There ia siftnething fresh
_and igettu lite-Übe)*
itaita which I rather - like - , as n !contrast 1.6'
gate'ssch64lmates. ..-: Tile girls are - very _Safi
gible, le(, - .attd talk as`thOngh they 'W . ol;l:tekt;,
sOntibly _ ,) well ''ellitcattiii, - . :very; " much: to-iii
surprise. -- .In fact; - Mabel,. with --her, 'Soft
brown - eyes,'WontrEtie'_ a' beauty, welecpmed"
as inch_ in any. - city parlOty Were 'it- - .ltOt-"fOr,
Tier lOhnd lienit4, - . - wlkit in . ) , nbseivatioas
toilting'itate'a lieltoOlinatea coniinee. me - :is
eitreitielk - UnflishiOnahle tied' - nid 4 ilielk:
,Iler - mane is'itlary.. Jane; by the; way; : (what
a hideous intijetionit mast be, ;to* he sure,)
but I - Call her,Mabel,' Which is "- Mitch_ Pret:
tier; and' I really like', the "girt, .though I
Would melt tell' Kate for. the
,W - Oriti,„ - .l'
fli4e . my litt.l6 - "idater,, iiiost',',, iiiiiiie*Tifulkf f .
about the girls, of 'Whotit 46 , ik-',,l)ooiiing
i:itcinilnittety-reind_. '."--.'":- '.."'.. - : , - -
• ; - ;7:ltiarBo.l.lltat with, Mabel toarne'tliree:
diya sgo that t',l ii•fii4 114:04pr no,acceunt:
Blte really Seeing
,t 6 have no soft - defer.
.eace far my digniiy. - - .NOW herphseivation.
'as to iny'werthleSsllelgeziettleti, mei (J'unver
Oreniried n Wi.mititi could di;lhui,)'end:whea
she - .Challenged -me t6''" hied" Wheat With.
her I took up the. gauntlet, like a blockhead,
and have been laid up ever.since, gore from
head to foot, besides being beaten, for she
Can tie tip two a lt eay.es--toady dire.. 'Speak
ing of ganetlet4, What , „ii, _very pretty hand
that girl bast . I noticed 'it when she was
rubbirig mystiff neck and arms: With some
decoction of herbsivitich_attesaid - waSgood
to take the soreness out:' - Retilly,,l' cannot
tnaltu,the girl out.:-.-;Slie works at anything
, that 'comes to hand; and iS• a genuine coun
try.zirl,,, but- still ' she icads" - Ileattyson and
Oven Browning., , Sometimes she seems 'very
resPeatful to mei'.while , at Ottrs she, will
make fun of me, and laugh in, lily
y - fac - e with
.the•most insolently Battey air I ever saw. I,
,Walked out to see' ter milk 'the. cows this
"morning at the very uziebrlitlan hour of s:r
- ti'cltick, arid somehow fell to talking' rather
egotisticallyil am- afraid: 'r - ilssdd something'
-about' wishing alWays to • seize - the Joys of
:thelnotnerit loitheut regard to 'the 'future
aol;l49eW if..nothing - 'better could he,lincl; a
ctOttlight eircill b . a good dinner '.(wilen bun: ,
gry,-. otc.., etc:i when she coolly asked me: -
--- ' , Why don't you quote' the passage cor
rittly,-aturgiveOwen 'Meredith - the credit
Which belongs to him ?,-- Be pays it - much
better than you do:' , '-, •
• / icleli tO enjoy 'w,bat I can,
Ai stinsot; If only a Slinset bo marl'
A moon such as this, if the weather.be clot; • . •
A good dinner,, If hunger cote with it; go AWino,'
If I'm illifslY;:a fire, if I'm cold; and in /I e,
If a womati bo pretty, to inn 'tie no matter;
Be she bloode,orbrunette; so she lets me look at bar.' "
I 'called . lieilitark Jane on '•titt spot, and
- she said was' angry.
• \. M. — •
ExTnAtT-tlioirßATE:ii LETTER TO nEU
- don't knoiv, whid to. make: of
ne'ridicules,tlie girls 'dreadfully to me when
we - Are alone, though ho -.behaves, himself
pretty well, for him, When they ere tisr. ne
'says Minerva, who has auburn 'hair, will sot
itti_alren lira sumo ' day, and the way lie talks
'abokit pretty ; ; little Mary Jane is
Ile'rotripa.wttlf her ati over the place, how
ever, and slie,gives-blin ogood.as he sends
NN: tiWev6r, they gitiret . *liieli I hey,tleo dread
.folly. ‘PeorlellOW I despair, of overmak
into an old bachelor brother., "But his romp
ingS and frolics 'With that girl are making
him as strong as a giant, mother. They do
the oddest things yeti ever heard of,. I look
ed out of .the window just now and saw
Harry , riding behind Mary Jane (or Mabel,.
as be palls her) on'Oarebacked horse out in
the lot. Yesterday Mabel made -11arry s earri
iy water for her Witilti'sh6 was kvitabing, the'
clothes, and when' I Weut down tot grave
where they'Werel foundniy dignified
-with 'rolled Imp; aciunlly
pounding clothes in a barrel - of witter.with
a great maul, WhiCh is a way they have here
of saving labor in washing. 1 never sari
ilarry carry on' so,' Mid I shall 'be 'afraid to
go anywhere' With 'him' when *a, r3turit to:
NeW Ynrk,_ftiir he will be surd to say to ev- -
cry "stuck-up" woman he meets that ho
has Washed' cloth& You know lioW lie
likes te'shock peoplei, '•• •
- • L I V:"' .
IttrItACTS VI:051 thillitY 13, 4aulliiAT.,.
,J4.404. 7 - 7 1(19 not see why,' should care; ,
but-I,hitve.becti,iery. much annoyed. since
'Chit). told me taday that,Mabel. is engaged
to. that great,' hulking, ,seven-feetlong
gins,. who was._bere last eight I do not
card for the- gy,l, of 'ecairse, , and• I, am told
thati Tliggina ts'tt 'kind-hearted' 'fellow: so
suppeserthe_mateli,is a geed onei"but it does
-seem a: pity that phe.ahould throw herself,
.away .on such a great
,brute. . . - .• .
! liilitl6.-1 'cannot: understand 'Kate. `l.
was talking with hor, tp-day, and spoke of,
Mabel's 'engagetirent When I 'said it was a'
brirning sbamq she -laughed rerylinappro
_,priately, and paid, 4, seemed `texereisetl”,
about it. Xow, hate that
inine expression; arid, I'dl4likeici he laughed'
at when lam talking seriously. , littrig me
if I,haven't half A .nrirattO, try .my, hand; at;
the Egeds6lne,cipil;,.bueiUßBB, , ind,le.ee,. If
pp 91).., rtl)ggies'a ,pros - peete-
Psha I ,-witst rionsenset Tam note marrying
matt, and besides Mabel is: a crude country ,
girl—xio, shots pow rutle;.ibut then, kr 7 oh
nonsense! , -
-.EXTRACT': 14113.031. , KATE43 .JOVRNAL.
Thy 17:—I - -llybelievellitirryis in love.-
He talltEinothinebtit . _*abel'S "nngagii-'
meat," 'as it it desth7i#itirant;,
If he is - in Invirwith the girl ; att the power
can't keep him frotnf -her 861: tindllf
he 'sloes that,-how: I will) MU& at him!' ''l%Td;:
twen't, etther/pbOr dear bey, 'fothe needs
a wife,ltild ought in , 'l3itti than'
111nbel is "engaged ; "-my lord; yon haabet•
ter , beware. • ; 1
• A L - -$e
- : os •
flarry was piqued i ,if nothing-more.;
could not make Mabel oat,' its, he expressed
' Higgins, came; which
-was not Often, Wonld, pat, kerself,on'ker
best behavior; but with all her, ,deferance,7
'she never seemed to tall; With.that,gentle
niso_rto any great extent, i.nd fie never sought
to draw her Into Converszitlen: To fact Harry
thdught. the - man `stud In fawn ofr lien tape
vier learning, and 'preferred to tailiiwith her
father;'llte old' , Calitain. - ;, Harry was pui
iled, and mereoverheivasi.ronbled - , - it , feet
'whiehi,Witli all his'nomehialisfice of ;manner,
-he was wholly unableto concentfroM Kate's'
sharp eyes. , - ' . :
Walking out - With - Mary ,Jane -one . afteit
noon, he went'into the orchard, -when, she,
;turning skar,ply - hip; aSke 0., if he .s:otild
• - -
",You litioNv, 'Can; a am 'Country, gikt,
Ciet .up la ; that trep, rui
TheFP'4 ll P*CahadY
anil wo can hay.e ; a`. (;ituct chat •peroro
. for. ICateltells me yon .Imye
mined go: 1 1 1 iCk" te:lso A r ork:PPlii
." Yea," said aeatit hitase)f And ,a 13::
elating her to a perch oside - `,`,Any
work wants - me, and to waut_my,.
.work: again. I have done• ; literally' nothing
aince I came' Weat."-' • : • ' ' ;
"Except to romp with your•tom4my of
&Maim , -That yolf ,, hafe done thoronghly;
es ' I can testify; • Row I, do'•Wish I could go
with you mid- see the =great city. `4 . .14Toutd
you believe hi 1 never saw , .n . larger= comp
than'Grecnsburg:",-1 ,:. 1::
,you. go; Dlabet? Pineure
nothing, would delight ` . l(lttn luid:inOther
i *- . _
' • y\
F a: T
r. f.~: r ~.t; . ...
~.i~ - ~r.
of your__ half civilized,
aiifo'n - p• of 49*ty;
only Wsoinaw-;'? ' • ' ;- -."
, '"'LesOk*.tilhitt - pretty . ip11,4,10; isn ' t lie n:
nulyp :; No t t I's Was
.;sjesting, s . ';'of;
halfJo - deatti'..
; to' go with' 10r, ; An d. dd:lt „,_you!..tu ay.
Hi gins:-4 1ittyr$ ivinyrlitsit!'iti..enstotiinds tO Swear; hitt
I ;the , ineatarnjanulatioa-with-,Whielf ling*
ed tltis reinnilc - Would have Mabel
ttigagtioi .-to liiat , (help? , Kate
'told tite.s6;, - butt' lifirdly ; f644ll:it,pp4,kl)l4,4l
t' A , why not; pray„ _
cont_hafdly say. je
worthrtrian; ticiilotiht, but , I
certainly he is
hardly yotir equal; and whie'`hone you
`tatty liO hapo us his wifO,'lt - =: , :"
" notivtiao you talk !;:' ant. not go ;
log ips.i - Liti,kty T; • merely b,etitup e -2
tkin, engag,e - d; teach' his ehildrOn this win= ` NOtt knO,w has do notion_
of vt,Ohigintisy :
I ‘ , Therf:ditit was u ri(lc that ras'efdly',
Kate's," hail Harry.' - -`,A.ficitifeir of liar
attics thb-Englisfilango,ager. "
What niiaro the red-Idittheard it tiehOoVei
ate, not to tell ;;but .111i:..11iggins had to en
gage another 'teacher for ,liischildren - that
winter, and llarry Still,' - cads 'his'
Wira Nabel-:--4/eitrth. and itopte:
The roan Bill b a Paterg,‘,
vrxi: AIUGOINR - ••
lle'left in -the" Kunard ' • -;'
The recoil t i rizol "clkeesit„ So' in
and Ida pocketbook that'it was 'wuss than.
madness for "hint' tear stay On' this "side :of
the Atlantiek ()Shun
'He triok all his live traps - with' him, Which
konsisted Or'one:xvife, two clanters, his only
Son -Ruben, ' and a lapdog htiught for : the
They - took a Nat-blase passage; one hun
dred 'dollars in gold each,_ the'clog throne in.
H 6 Will Make„the tower of Yewrupp, me!
andering 'through 13cotland,' Ingland arid
Ireliind, then errissiug Into ,France he. will
penelfate thrall:rid - kingdom by the ade of .
guide books;'ff,om thence,he will investigate
into Jermany 'and
.Switzurland,"and - will see
Naples 'if it kills him and the - rest of the
..Bilvester Mitggins and troupe have never
bin Mut home before, the cheese' factory
has absorbed their time and - genus till now,'
rind they' egspeet tew cum back eddicated
and highly poliShed. ' •
The two deniers will have a French and'
Jurman nurse at once, And they are tew be
teaChed 'how to do and say things of a for
rin nature, if it 'costs two thousand dollars
tew do • -'-• -
Sibiester Mtiggins 'tied 'this Wore he set
sail. - ' •
Mrs. Muggins is a little teww old and - tuff
to shine up mutch, but they will dress, her
and net let her talk match so it is reported.
Old Muggins hiniself don't egspect to
polish, he is to cheesy; he will p'ay the bills
and sample forrin curds.
Ruben Muggins will enter some Jerman
school, and will be put thru fdr three years
to the tune of "root hog or d 6," for Silves
ter, his father, sed so. justhe:ore he sailed.
, Silvester Muggins is solemnly defermined
that his'sprout Ruben shall know larnin and
be forever above the cheese bisness.
The i tmo dauterswill cum back in three
Years from. now, and have thirteen uew silk
dresses each to show, also, a kammel's hair
shawl and fourteen boxes 'of gloves, • and
talk some Jer:pan and French, at the table
when they want win 'more hash,. or want
the'Pertates passed. _ '
• The lapdog, I don't know what will be
come of him;, it may not be the fashun over
there to tote, lapdogs; if it ain't, the clear
confiding pup will be dropt.
Silvester Muggins' has stuck tow cheeie
-years close, and don't know anything
alatattlia nag( land:
iiiiii,TfiiidisTii,Tti, - tir - CW'WyC,li''Sfrwe':'fhV • a s
of Niagra Are situated in.
- •If 'ennybody over in- old Imperial Rome
sltotild ask Silvester Muggins, if
‘'to located cm the - Tombigbee river, he'd
havee tew say yes, or adMit he'd forgot. •
He knows a grate 'deal more about up
lands in' Switzurlund than he does,abont, the
ground - in' NeW IlampShire, - because
ho and the whole family have bin wrapt
forrin guide books,for the last sit, months,
cite and day. , • •- „
if v ennyhedy s should pass the
Mugginses envy cheese", at ' t " table you'd
hear them all,say horrid!" ;except Silves
ter, and lie would :ask 'the 'lackey, en the sit
if , it was skint or nu milk., '
The faiepY,cee!t hear the smell of cheese
.When the cnin back three
yenta from no*.they will' prtty lnateh haVe
forket theiftiatiff tung, 'except the old
'man and the old
'The whole family Will forgit their nabere,'
and WOret he'able to enjoy ennything nor 1
talk ennithing but Yewrupp.
SilVester and the old' woman 'will proba
e.heeSe rigid, but the rest of the
trontie Will be toww polislied,',and,spitte for
Ihe skint 'cheese -histiess. ;
Bilviister is not a bad , Mah at ell when he
is around 'the 'cheese ,factrY; he, habit got
mach braina; it is treve',.but;the late rise in,
cheese dislocated filth, and lite familyjcetch
fld the Sit &lei) 'Yetvrupp ',disorder" and give it
to him, audit liar male the 1%•pole of tkein
ridikilus. • •
The two•danterS, When they 'inn 'back,
ivW simply tie '
AU ben _wit? Li: 1030 i v. !eimy thing, but
was allui•rietral'few him., '
hash - of things
rinfallY,,:StieWlll;;Aell her - nabors all about
thelearitrig.t.OWOr Voyibulfgen; 'and the
Panthedn- of, Paritc,arid the,Bridge . ef Sighs
at, üblin,' end - every now' and then Will risk
Ftench or Jeriiirtii phrase which will be'
decidedly, theeey. • • •
• The' Muggiri ses never ought tew'have gone
abrciad ' at all ';'they *ere ilidnetridus here,
end ' tlierefore,•,,comparittliely respectible;
they nre , rich'find'iiculteriited'new, and ere
'••• ) • •
They afe being' taff4 at by the 'refine'd',, -
and cheated by the taiiereWputous.. ,
There ar,e thotisan'da,of the Miiggins
iearie now. On. the oppositeside of the At
lantick oshtin,'atid thouiandre Mere'will go;
for it is generally, upderliteed'. bi !the Mug.:
- gins class that if' you' haint bid to Yewrupp
you' aint Match."' • • •
• The' well-bterl!find -no'difference;' to speak
On; between the' Weil l :bred' of , Yewrupp, and
the athani, but Me
,snobs varY'aepprding tolatande andlon
gouda, and `mnis ko abroad te* Increase
their average.--.P.' Weekly.; ' '
Boutwell on ljzooln
In his brief address at Groton;
.Deco'rritien = Day ' George Bentviell
r ,"Oilfgratitu „ d s';'liew.e - iier; is - rig t i 'dna to -
the army alone. - ' Many- in the civil service
perferincdgicit'deed and gate their lives
to ;the; Lincoln and-. Stanton are
arnong,thaie *be "diedjor the country; ,and
is - not . ens§ in>. name any who perfornied
:riche or bettetWork. StantOn's labors ntrier
(leased: • lie • denied himself time for,.r.eit
ithilloOd: 'lie was familiar Wilk the vast
.theater of 'MilitarY'Operations, and be Anti
cipatcd the wants, of the army irtc:iukillas
!lad reinforeentents.''. If henot 'organ
tze.tieterji, he',-'fdriiishetl'tbe•indans:vf '
fay, ;add this;lienttire Co say,
lies eveebeen - dcint Cr even can be - done by
any yekkept the commander in the_
yiejeCting thelanguitge of 'eulogy; ;we - May
,say that: he; was tlio ablest 'war
Minister . Of hietericarftiineic and - that; he
was second 'only`to Mr; Linielif 'anicing ei-•
valve. of his irvieeS ''to, the
atinn:' , If we iiiewout obSertation to men
ithitiete and 'serving in tivi fe . eielusivelit;
Lincoln appears to..be,the.' first 'Eperson'..
hiatory. -la AiLiw;ais'.af'
rasSaning - hel'Vebateri and.t o *tis'
entlotiawith subtle- wit and ~ ,imighter.:
mei/lug, irony to which` Webster bad 'no'
_Fle - waslorrnideble . dehate;, and
he Wrote and spoke' Bente of the heSt
L_terfees• in , the . 4`ngiisll His speedh
an dechtlet.'nt ‘tk tell -
, perory :'A 7 eininOr,..tOmer - ,wttB
wiinite'sted_ Ms' data** Dope% 04
; • •
'i , ' .
IV , TYZ
)iis.pAt-1 [Mugu ral cantattie- that
itvartit o,.elimcest, Of: halaiiguage;c-4 quote
'one. that.is: MarlteAlty,the; shlrAt! ' '''P r° P 4e.
.cy,:iod'ae the stime tone is the .teader,est: of.
.the nittiritiTiiife'appeiile 'for t'llio -- 'Uniert
;witielr our. literature is filled ";., r-tnystie
:',Chorclot . -of - Melitoryv, - str,etching'f . reint . every
battle liehl and Patriot_grave.to'every
!heart 'and 'll'eartlistone%all"..over-Jlits firond
ionovit'erf.again:toualted., as durelkiliey
'ilm,;r:by, the .bette,r,, angels of stun
j Asintitting,''fiaserartg,- ,- inther, t hat, hiS
netWea'eomposeil- - of 'able men; it yet re
mains for me to express thin oPittiowthat lte
excelled all and,every one of thein..in each.
'Of.;the t csoential - qunlttico:sif - stateatnaUlo-
. ; Ile' was citnleived witlit'a 'Powerforesee.
ins--sagacity • to , aritieinate 'future events
toueliingthe - .lle had firth
faith iti the poople—in'theirwiOdonOustiee,'
mid poiver. . Ile possessed trig) 'Courrigq.- 1 --
lle :was -never distintyetr by misfortune-'7-
n e ver overcome by shouter. 'lle' had--prac
tical wisc4ht drat'- iic could apply without
delay fopresent 'ilifestions.- This and „the.
qUality' first mentioned 'are' the tests' of
stateStattuship, without wiifeli - tliere
ilimagnenee in the administration of public
affairs; It yet _Tantalus for the- - World 'l,st
eitrit that at one Of, the two critical moments
foreign corrected atid•Chas-"
_tenet) 'a -ioost important diplomatic paper
•withltis_Own hand, allowing -superior.clear--
nesl of. Judgment and great clearness'of ge
nius in matters outside of_ his training and
experience." - -
The o a Good Reputit,tkol v
4 little widen occurred ia,".ouplieigh.
which-Mil:H)ly illustrates the priceless value
Of • an - unimpeachable remit:Wm tier honesty
and ; integrity.' ,Two 'well known gentlemen
inet.at the flank of -Diedia to transact ,somo.
fl business.' ; Tliey were Old ea:Plaint-
Imes/and - stood beside each other , at the'
desk, chatting-while. they -'were, preparing
their papers.. No, tdreiii n-check upon the
bank for a.'aniall anieunt - of :money, which •
was paid to him, and he lheti left. 'No,' 2,
Who is a large,manufacturer; and having a
number of papers td sign, notset, Oro'
With his business for several minutes after
ward, but when he'did he'diseevered that
his pocketbook, which he • bad laid on the
desk beside hint7-contairiing over three hun
dred dollars —toes gone.l , The fact being
made known' to the officers , of
they at once compared notes <to aseertain
who - had,been in, the building dull,* the
period named. All agreed • that.there had
been but one person, whom they designated
as No. 1. ' He being 4 man of 'wealth and of
unquestioned reputation . for honesty, 'it was
deemed impossible.that he -hadtaken,lt;—
But everything pointed so directly toward
him as the party that finally No:2 concluded
to go and see Min, and ascertain if the inYs
tery-cduld be solved; He found the gentle
man sittingat his house, when the following
colloquy took place: -
No. 'aven't you got my
• No. 1.•;-" Got yckii; oekethookt - What.
would I be doing with your Faicketbook
No. Are you quite sure' that you did
not take it in 'mistake Tor your own , when'
we were at the bank?" rt'
Al.-the conclusion of this last remark the
hand of No. 1 was,thrust into his pocket,
when 10l there were two pocketbooks. They
were ahnost identical !in size and appea
ance,- and - an-examination of their content
revealed the fuck that No. 1 had placed Lb
money drawn from the bank in the Ovalle
of No: 2. ' Both gentlemen, who are the
best of friends, enjoyed a hearty laugh over
What might have ,preven,. under other cir
cumstances, a very serious affair. Had No.
1' been a man of questionable _character, lie
would doubtless have been honored with a
visit from an tiflicer of the law, 'and the
missing property being found upon Lis per
ion, be could scarcely have escaped serving
a few years in the penitentiary. - Boys,
'whatever may he your station in life, always
try and maintain a good reputation for hon
esty and integrity. It may prove, as you
will see; of invaluable service when you
least expeet - ik;--Delaware County. American;
Until you get acquainted with Amsterdam
you believe thut paupers. - are
among its inhabitants. There aremany of them, albeit they aro not to offend
the public eye. 'I have beard it estimated - '
that twenty thousand poor are fed and lodg- .
cd at, the expense of the city; and if tins ,
includeS the afflicted as well as the j unfortu 7 ,
nate, the number cannot lie far 'from cor-'
rect. The ' benevolent institutions of the
city—as, many _as sixty—embrace asylums
for, the.agcti and infirm, the insane; NVltiOli'S;
f ti n dlings, and almost all persons 'suirtiring
f .otn ailments' of • mind, body ; 'or .eiream.
ance. . , . , . ..
c j )
There used to be, I have been _informed,
a hospital for foals; but i there Was so Much
Mention as ; to who should acetif y' it—so
any wbo ought.hi hare beetioant so few
who were willing to golhere--,thatithe char._
Rabic ; enterprise was finally
Sortie waggisheitizenanrgett the rebuilding
9g the old Wells of Atte town,- -and- covering ,
them with ir, great roof, as the luost conve-
Went and least discriminating asylum which
could be erected.' 'And thiS jest had much
.to dO with-1 ite.'Ottitietitni Of 'an ,
which , is so much needed that ; it can. never.
-be established anywhere. , t
, A considerable portion Of the poorer chi:
zenslive, in the basententa or 'cellars 'of the
,}louses tvlieseninier apartments are occupied
by persons in comfortable cireumstances.—
Such residences are Amp and unwittile-,
some, and yet their occupants seem gene=
rally to be active atid , .'riAmst, The Dutch,
Ai a people, inherit 'ekeellent 'constitutions,
which their very. moist and -trying
Rim thermometer Naries from twenty de
grees beloW 4E6) 'to - one hundred ,and five
alloyed their impure air,'and noisoine exha,
lations from AitOes . and canals are not suffi-,
dent to injure to any. pertinfnent degree..
A large parrot the people," froth motives
of ; economy; have, like- tbe"Chitiese,' their
homes ,upon - the water: '.Theybuild, , buy,
or, bire,a boat slender enough ,•to pass thro',
all the ciarials, stock it, with' poultry, hogs . ,
. " - coWs., ' construct's cabin for their farm
lies, :an d s 6 heeomeind ep en den t of the outer'
'World., It alitilc,.odd to Arave chil-.
l i .
dren and.c ttle,,wives and pigs, infants and
- duels, Wit ',barnyards and, household furni;
• tife - , -- all ' her one reef; but" the Dutch
don't mind such things; and :on the whole -
Manage their domestic aftairit very adroitly;
They, keep-their live , stock, in one_ part lof
the 'boat;' acid their family 'stock iti another.'
'Th6se' , get , fat,' and theSe , are content, and
'both contribute to .tbe profit and-comfort of
the heads of, the family., „ Among _the peas
antry and working people in - TlOliand the,
women labor'quite aa'nitteh as; if .net more,
'than the men. 10 'additibn•to rearing:chil
dren they . PPrfotm ;iamb
_menial service as ',working lathe field, drivitig carts, digging,
peat, and tpileading. vessels.
In this beat life the women do all the do-
Meade offices, and garnish their cabins with
tulips, hyacinths; and dahlias—for which
the Duteh in, all grades , of. society • have an
unconquerable passion—giving an appear
ance'of refinement and , comfort to 'what
would Otherwise seem a narrow, sordik and
&Cary - existence. Alt the _members ;of .the
withont regardi to age, or sex:, take
part in the management of their floating
dwelling. ' When 'they ate too per, te„ buy,
a horse, as, frequently happens; not only, the
'men but the women and - children7, drag the
boat along from one village, or, town to„ an
other,' or to ditlefentAlmiters - Of the city,
tta Spits' their convenience
These' amphibious Tamil es generally sup-
pert themselves by trailing or exchanging of
Some Sort._ They carry,vegetables t - poultry,
butter, egg§,-aild cheese - , to the 'citieS,' and
afterselling them - Timms qlceiits) . (ins, to the
' country to, purchase_ there.'
ids ~Vatiegitted goods
antichattels, lal an Odd sight. 1 h#o*ticed
ilia and his' Ny fe; `with fotir, „Six 'eight,. and
even ten ehildren;lntrillk More than ' a:year
between their ttgek' drivlitg; their:, poultry,
pigs;- and cattle` on board`:the bdaf; and, af
ter distributing ,theinselves'es'plloto, - , drag
gers,; feeders, - coolta,,;6leanerS; ;end - general
-directors glide, off can the,ean'ata,.as tf they
'were sailing on purple seas to the Islands of
the Eficased: —jit tato 4.16.0t0p-ai-difiziper'ii._
Dpn't - Jckat Aliol, thEi - sti . e6t4 - dTeuxt
Via° wail strikes , - IAY tee' ga,14%., Quo
titu4 wift ,
.4,.5: , :,::::: J.,
xrfßotrz i on;Bo - y - ,4min 3; ,
,--,, - - -..., - -;-4 7 .,
,:.•-:. , ...-;,.. ' ,
's_ o w to Mikall4i • :taming.
4 , writer iha's the, Doyl' te"* .- .l)emoor
thus gets off an imaginary agrieulteral, a
When the hiv. comes home at niAiset
Amt. hewould rather' liedoNn onthe ' ,
sideef it taastio - plank - 11mtl e at his AUPPerr:- '
don't tell 'him to berry nd eat Ills s'elP -, -
per sells „to do that churning, -sitenalt--ther -
Wet, And:other boys: allowed,"Wread tha .
newspispertil or , , to. smoke utomoleated. , 11 -
You wish to induce ' a hoy.to" thinklhat 'Yu- -
Alan corn and potatoes are.profitable crops, '
pool give'him an 01(1'4'0E+4 , 4mo that ritt son
sible man would Use, and then tallith:nit he
will cut in smart when hoeing ,that_you will
help him keep his row up even with the rest.
[Renewed cheers,l. -
.. "..,-; ".„ a
If you - de not, want to make boy_ita ;
the country, when a task is assigned With;
don't pile on so much; as to compel - bllttill''
summon all his energies for tutee-.fourths of 8
the day to complete 4, and then * as air,
the job - la done, tell him he will .have to go ,
to the mill or the coolf can make no bread,
for the next day.. If you don't ;want - te"
snake ahoy hate all the operationsef tt_hrixti
ilott't.tell;ltim;;Wkile all the men ayes Saing
their '.'nopoine, in harvest Ainte,, , te Vateg,
the cows and horses, and .to hurry pptsckas..
te'gct with the men when they me ready VI
return to the field. , —;- - , • -
Don't encourage a boy to -rear a nice calf
or colt,and tell him the animal, hall: bell&
when grow n up, ao then sell • the beast fig,
a good piice,„pocket the money, fig 01,11.1igh,
hey the price me:dived don't pay
and •grass Oonsumed;-;-If,rnrwatirtetrastre"
au energetic and successful farmer 01 -Elt:
don't encourage him to rise befOreAT t• i•
so as to '
rake, the wheat 4 "Sttibblet "ilighltsi e''
dew is on, tellingisiarnlxeshall liaireinether i
gleanings ' and then sell his part erthe '•'. -
with theerop,,tind tell„ him, when ho I -
ouires about ,his share of the, money, th t
the little sum , received will no for half _
hoard next winter. Mang , :arid '
cheering.] ; - . ,•,. ' • ! 7 ,- I
Don't badger a good ;ho , to I, eieria; af ~
desperation with the misc •', • ons kind oh;
noxious "go boys" s. : •• ,11 1 manitgeanetic
If you want to make him I .e farmlngtintr- !
ations don't fret every emit flow desire colt;
of the young aspirant with the
and incessant ding doag,§l •
Jim do thlaland Tliri do /tut, I, ,
When all Thu gets lion old straw ha.
- , '
-• . . i 1 . that )
; There is no precept and no• .
will induce boys to stick to o Anti like ,
the cheering words "Come, ~•• eboo!' al-,
Ways stecomprinied by an'irre'p • Chabie ex; '
ample in leading the way- Strange as it
may seem to some, boys are human. . :: ; . .
! - - Potato Bu'. :-, . -
The time is at hand for potato hngs, and
their deadlyfoe is Paris green. But &Palo
use this deadly poison should recollect that -
it is composed of arsenic:and copperas, and
is - dangerous,' especially =when used 'twit
powder. In thie state' it is so.volatilti ihati ,
it is inhaled into the lungs, and'althottgh we ,
have uo recorded • death, frequdnt dates are
reported where it' has caused - Sericite; sink;
ness. And it is almost In every cat3ettied •
too Strong. When used as a powder it was :.
used ,in proportions of - one pact rade Men ,
to 'fonr of flour. But one part in twenty,,in
sufficient. I3ut later trials - -favor using -it .
dissolved in water. If the Paris greembna.'.
good pure article, two-thirds -of tt,tesulpon-
ful 'o ten quarts of water would be addable .
pro ortions. This can be used-by jipritllr.'
ling on the • potato vines in any-weather or-'
any time in the day. - The dust: can 4 : 1 14 b.'.
applied in a clear morning, whenthe dew. Is -
on the vies. If the Paris - 'green la pttr it .
will ma le; water deep green; - but if i t is
a countelleit article, it' will be a palarcolor;
and Will ; -leave the most of it it,sedireent in,
the bonnet of the Watt. If it is not pure, .
of court, more will - h ve to he used, and '
then it may be none of the genuine •is in it,
in - which case it will entirely-fall' of any. .•••
good liurpose. It can be applied to the Ito:. ~_
tatbes with(a syringe; 'a small .hrtralarti'W -- -
hut a roSe k -ateriti& pok is_M-5144 4 but a ..,
4Pn-• svutesing.:AlV&krevateriiig pot could
- fir-5 - 6 obtained ornay' limier. ,As there
is no doubt about the sure destruction of the -
Ling with this article, and as it -can be. so'
eacaily and safely, applied, the dreaded Polo..
, ratio hug ceases to be so dreaded a pest.—
ThelParlr. green can also be used for thud&
-structipu ht other insects making depreda
tions on pla i ts; shrubs or trees. Using• it
on larger trene-,,the .ayriege would, be best.( .
Whiti. to do•witlt',Tioithici. •
Don't try to - quench y - ofir.9serriire in rine
or narcotics. if you begin thl‘ you :must
keep right on with it until . it leads you to
rain; or if, yOu must add physical lisun.,,and
the consciousness of degradation to 0;0 sor;
row you' seek: to eSetipe. Of all' whit/Led
loco his condition is Most pitiful whO t ,
,to_ drown his: grief •IA Mirk\
awakens from „his debauch with, shattered. .\-
'nCrves, aching head; and depressed mind, to '
face the saute - trouble' fig,ttin: - That 'which'
,at first was 'painful-tecOntemplate will; at.-
ter dripk,,,seent unbearable. • r - •
• Ten to one the fatal Wilt be" again ..
and again' son ght till its Vietini sinks a hope="
less, arid totiti,wreck: 0 - ; •
•Vitork,..is your true •remeilyi - .11:raisfor ,
tuna hits.): hard, hit yousopiething else
, liard==pitc ' into something With tx will:-
There's no inrlike good, , solid, abst•tbing
work to • cure. trouble.., yott - 21a , te •zuet
with losses, you.. don't want for lie. awake ,
thinking of them. You Want - sweet; ealtri;
sound bleep; and to cat your dinner wittVan•
appetite. • But • koiredn't•uhleas pots 'work:
If you say you ; don't feel likeworki and go
a loafing all flayl.ls. tell To!u, Dickijor• .
ry the story of your woes, yoiellawakeand keep your, wife awake by tossin g ,'spoil
her temper and your_ own breakfast e nett'
morning, , and .begin to-morrow.
tithes Worse tharcyou - do to-;day.` „.
" There are some troubles that tim "alone
heals, and perhaps some - that.tan never !bp
healed at all, but all can - he helped , by-the
panacea, work.: , , Try it, you who are this
-afflicted. - .
Pieces of , horseradish added to thevine- ,
gar on pickles improves, Weir Barr,
A teaspoonful of spirits of ammonia ad;
dell to the rinse water will make rusty black
goods look as good'as new. .
Potatoes cut into small squares and , put
Into cruets or bottles with the water towash
them will clean them quickly and well.
To REMOVE WARTS.--Tineture of can
•tharides, with come drops of tincture of
iodine; apply to the warts with a mull
brush or a little stick. three or four times a
day. In a few-days, the warts will (Heap
ai Goon Ult.—Take. biehronlate of po
tassa one part, and . estricct Of lOgwood three
parts; add water, bring it to a boil, and it
is ready fur use. ' In • the winter it must not
freeze, though if it does, boil it again and
it will be ready for use again.
POTATO YEAST.-:-Cook and mash sig , po
tatoes, and add ':watet. enough to Make a
thin batter; - when cool, add a cup of sugar t o
teaspoonful of salt, and a tablespoonful of
ginger, and yeast enough to raise. Set ma.a
warm place tilt !light; ,then put- in bottle r
and set in a dark,- coot Place till wanted.% •
t;OTTAGP: PCIDDIN(I.4•Pat s layer Of; brew;
crulubs apudding . dish, then a layer of
sliced applea,, another of •crumbaand apPles,,
finishing with the bread. Streweach 'l,ayer
with a little sugar and a few small pieeu - Of
butter. Then take a pint of milk, two eggs, -
and as half a cup of sugar, and make a Cm-,
lardland pour-over it.. Flavor with - 161nm"
and bake half an hour. •
1 - •
llow To Dantis.—One of tlin most ItUpciiV
ant things to be considered 'in 'dre is the
Careful covering of the chest and', b eli.,--
Exposing the lungs by -inadequate shie, ding
of these - vu portions of the bOdy - fre the'bold
Is too 'generally practiced, especially - among
the ladies. ...TO cover the chest alone ufost- ,
,is not,enough. There'should ',be -
a thick covering between the shOulders.- -
..r.94, Guurtf,.—Sonfething for thoSeaffliet-:
ed ones who are alvifiy4 titking - cald 7 : . in thit:'
'spring. • Beat ' thti.yolk •of an - :eggiwitif' a '
spoonful of white sugar % . and: thewbeat the.:
w bite separately to a stiff froty, : pottr-boll. :
'ting Water to the yolk imkl;ittir,t4 o' 9 44444
usidilig:, spice or seasenlias to thettiste.: 11,414 -
vbe4Mtikat is eava-a ii : tactutar: - .---,--,
~..., ~i . . -.,, , , • ~.., , -11, , . , , ‘..---.' - , '.--
Useful Recipes, \
:t ;~ ...e