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vitiq a' new n'varied 11.88.1rtment of
JOB AND CAB') TYPE
, AND FAST PRNSSIIS; •
a nd are prepared to exectute neatly and promptly
POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, BILL.
HEADS, oARDs, -P.AMPHLrTS, &c.
Deeds, Mortgagee, Leavee, and a full aeaoitraent
e t-Conetables' and•Juitioee' Bleu4ce on
P e ople living 4t a Odatante can deyendon hay
ing their work dbnelpromptly, and-scut. hack in
W. D. TERIBELL & Co\ ~
VIIOLESALE DRUGGISTS, and ,clealers in
Wall Paper, Kerosene Larcips, Window Glass,
Perfumery . , Paints and Oils, .to.,
Claming, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1863.-Iy.
IVILLIARI. IL SIIITEI,
.11CORNEY 4ND COUNSELOR AT LAW
in,nranee,, Bo ty and Pension Agency, Main
: ; tr o a t ‘T o li, 3 l ) , , Pa.,-Jan. 1; iscs.
3 l'. 5 . 11..503r 1 J. B. Nrix. s .
lint'. ri a. & NILES, •
kT 2ORNEYS & COUNSELORS 'AT..
Firtt door from Illgoney's, on the Aveike)-
11 111 attend to business entrusted to their care
in Clio counties Of Tiosa and Potter.
Wensboro, Jan. 1, 1868.
ESTSIELD 13orough, Tioga. Co. Po., E. P.
11[11, Proprietor. A now and commodious
balding with all the modern improvements.
drives of the hest hunting and Usti-
Sc grounds'in Northern Penn'a. Convoyanoos
furnlrhel. Terms moderato.
GEORGE WAGNER., -
AILOR. Shop first door north of L. A. Seatcs's
shoe Shop. "Cutting, Fitting, and ROpalr
os, dune promptly and troll.
NYOltboro, Pa., Jan. I, ISOS.-Iy.
• JOHN B. SAIALESPESILE, -
DRAPER AND TAIPR. . Shop over John R •
• Bowen's Store. W• Cutting, Fitting, and
it pairing dono promptly and in best style.
Wells i horo, Pa.. Jan. 1, 1888—ly
T TORNEY AND COUP./SELUIt "AT LAW
Notary Public Lind Insurance Agent, Bless
bur, P 1 over Caldffell's Stem,
JOHN I. MITCHELL
A I'TORNSY AND CuLJI. , ISELOIt AT LAW,
Tioga Co., Pa.
Waite Agent, Notary Public, and Ins urance ln
Agent. Ile will attend promptly to collection of
Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty. Aa Naar)
Pubic° he takes acknowledgements of deeds, ad-
ministers ortha, and will not, as Commissioner tt
take testimony. i„/.'"OfFicei over Roy's Drug Store,
adjoining Agitator Office.—Oct. 30. 1867 , -
, John W. Guornse9,
ATiORNEY AND COUNSELOR Al LAW.
11,vin returned to this county pith a view 01
making it his permanent, residence, nolieits
,bare of public patronage. All business en
trusted to his care will be attended to NV ith
Promptness and fidelity. °thee 2d door south
of B. Fur's hotel. •Tioga, Tinge Co.,
•ept. 28.'68.—tf. 11
IZAAK . WALTON HOUSIL•' ,
Gaines, Tioga - County, Pa.
DRAGE, C. 1112,11,\IILYEA, PatiP'n. This it
. a now hotel located within easy access of tht
best fishing ant hunting greundp in North
ern Pennsylvania, No pains 1011 b. , spared
for the accommodation of pleasur6. ,+eekel s and
tae traveling public. (Jan. 1, 1308.3
ESTEIELD, I'A., GEORGE CLOSE, ( IT ropri.-
qtor, A new Huta conducted on the principh
of live and lot Hoc, for the rtebtrimodatioit of
the publle.—Nov. 11, 1866.-Iy. I
0/30 - . W. nyorl,
lIORNEY A: COUNSELOR A.T L. , ov, Law
renceville, Tioga Co., Pa. Rouniy, Pension,
an.l Insurance Agent, Collections promptly
attended to. Oftiee 211 door below Nord
1.).)c. 12 IStl7-1V
' R. Eq. 03614E1,
DF,ALEIt in °LOOKS & J.E‘VELILY, SILVER
,t• PLATED WARE, Speetaeles, Violin: tying:,
&0., Marisdeld, Pu. Watches and Jew
-011 ueatli repaired. Engraving dope in plain
t pn g jiell and (Jarman. I Isepto7..ly.
SURVEYOR S DRAFTSMAN.—Orders left at
tub room, Towosouti hotel, Welle.buro, will
woes with prompt attention.
- Jail. 13. 1367.—ti.
FAitl - t'S HOTEL ,
TIOG.A. 00 Ulsl)'l7 , PA •i
Good stabling, attached, awl an attentive hos
tler always iu attendance.
E. S. F Alt . . . Proprietor.
. Hairdressing & Shaving.
Saloon over Willcox & Barker's store, Wells
bora, Pa. Particular attention paid to Ladies
lkirfctitting, Shampooing, Dyeing, etc. Brat&
?ads, coda, and siviehes on hand and made to or
H. W. DORSEY
Du4coN, Lite of the 2d Pa. Cavalry, a rt‘.,
. nearly tour years of army service, n
icpciienco in field and hospital practice, has opened at:
olltee fur the practice of niedilne and eurgory, In all
Itr branches. Peraune titan a distance can Mid goou
lidaig at the Perinsyll aunt lintel when desired.—
Will N 1.11: any part cf the ..itate In consult-Ilion, or to
be fornisurgical operations. No 4, Union Block, 11r.
:•.:.11rte, 31.ay , 2,
"VE \VI PICTURE, GALLERY.-
as the pleasure to inform the citizens of Tiog
°linty that he bee completed his
NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY;
nil is on hand to take all kinds of Suit Picture".
Ambrotypes„Ferrutypes, V i.triet tet.,l'arte•
e Visite, the Surpri,te and Eureka Pictures; al
irtica!,ir iirtention to-cupying and brilarirl
n; fri,truetions given in the Art ut
, nable tenni. Elmira. St., Mansfield, Oct.
1 .47 m. D. Smith,
EN OXVILLE, Pa.ion, Itoonty, and Ii•
A.,fent. Contort' oicationA rent to tL
zib,4re addreft: rUI receive. prompt attentio:
Term; tio.derate. (jut, 8, 1868-1)1
O. S. CLAIM. AG-.ENCY,
Fur the Collection of
Army and Navy-Claims and Pensions.
Tar; BOUNTY LAW iwcqe(l.lul) =S, ISl•G.glacc
1,1,, 411,1 Olive 3‘2•;arte eold:t.tn exZru I , uunty.
OFFICERS' ESTIIA PAT'.
Mr, mouths' extra pity prop,: to volunteer otheert ,
"'lto w..re In reryke March :5,
PE Nsro INUR h.; A SE.
Lan Nrlicrhave lost u lint. and N.lto hare br-xtt pernie.—
tivatry and totally tlit.abled.
All other Government claims pro , ecatteit.
Welbboro,Octdbor 10.1860—tt •
Dr. 0. li. Thorap.on.
Will ;Wend to Profeitiosiu! cane in the vilLige,
itud lumedittio vicinity of tVolitih‘.ro.
Oftleo and ltoridauco ou i3titto St. 2.1 door on
the right guiug Eist. rJono
THE undcreignc.l h.tvint; reit/Ito:a t•• Velh
to,ro nod -hoe. oi, If.iter t
, iieita a Ab0o; pat r,110.c0. IN 1.1% 9 +0,-4 t.•
IturseF SA,SO and tAlrfsr wt , rk it propor
April !!9, 1868.—n,n
- T. G. PtITIVADT,'\,
W HT— xv:z",t .r I , e , t
MR-13ESE 1 1:111:1:1. . Al, ,
Osoillating Mvvernott ff.)1•1;..31g and
3 /. ll :ty Sacra. -
4. VA., Anfr. 7, I8( 1 7, ly.
Bounty and Pension Agency.
IlAm.: , zGrecoly.i.lefiniteinstructlow•ln , regard to
tbe tetra bounty allowed by the act approved
JulY 23. 1 36 1 1.4nd 114V1151g on mind largo pply or 1111
nnestArr bl. k 5 .1 :tm prepared to prosecute all pen..
si HI and ' , aunty Athos which 'map be placed in my
hinds. Pemonstiringat a distance can communicate
` , lth Itte I, y letter. tad r communleationv will bo
Drornntly nswst ed . NS - 31. 11. SNITII.
W ellsbere.Oetobe r 24.1800 .
C. L. WILCOX,
De3,lor in DRY GOODS or all kinds, Hardware
and Yink.io Notions. Our ns.ortuient is large
and prices loiv. Store in Uniort• Block. Call
is gentlealaneawmay 20 181384 y.
CXTY BOOK lii,NDEla
BLANK BOOK 04NUFACTORY,
Spal4win Street )
(SIGN OF Tilt BLG BOOZE, 2D FLOOR,)
ELMIRA, N. Y.
• 01::M. MOTTO:
(3001?: ea 211 i: BEST, Cd.E.A.P .ks Th'E CHEAPEST.
Of every description, in. all styles of Binding,
and as low, for quality of stock, tia auy Bindery
in the State. Volumes of every description
Bound in tne best - manner and iti), any style or
ALL KINDS OF GILT WORK
Executed iu the best wanner. •Old Hooke re.
bound and made good us new.
Lam prepared to furnish back numbe of all
Revl;ely. ur Aiag.tzines pukiis.hed in the United
States or Great Britain, at a lose price.
BLANK BOOK & OTHER' PAVER,
Of all aizes and 'qualities, un hand, ruled or plain.
DILL HEAD PAVER
Of any ritiality or slzo,-on hand and aril up - ready
for printing. Also, LULL pAPEit, and ,CARD
BOARD of all colors and quality, in boards or
cut to any sizo..
Cap, Letter, Note. Paper, Envelopes,
I ow 2010 agent for
Prof. SHEPARD'S NON-CORROSIVE STEEL
\Vhich I w;lllwarrant Nina to Gold Poo s. She
°on in ut..o and no inietako.
The above stock I will sell at the Lowest Rates
it all tittles, at a small advance on New 'York
prices, and in quantities to suit purchasers. All
work and stock warranted as roprosonted.
I respectfully solicit a share of - public patron
age. Orders 'by mall promptly attended to.-
- ---Address, LOUIS RIES,
Sept. 23, 1867.—1 y. Elmira, N. Y.
. UNION HOTEL,
ME NER WATKINS,• PROPRIETOR.
I .I.: i. L t l(.l .
( I. , l i tjed n u k p l t:, l 7 , 7 o l,c;ll .l l. c :ulc .. l t i j u ~70 3 i . s , sl l the st to
t t t 110 W le
n ittly 10 ITCLIVe [1:1(1 cntertuits fie.f.'.stZ fi T i hj
Ira nhotel was tistonsied for a lonperouce House,
Mill the Prop' tetor beiteres it eels be sustained without
'rou t . An attonlivelios.tler In attendance.
Welbibbro, Juno 26, Mi.
.70=1V E T WE r,
TAILOR AND eIITIRR, has evened a shop
en Craton Atreot, rear ei ; , errs d, Derby's•shoo
situp, where lie is prepared le manufacture gar
tuu-tits to order is tho most substantial 4.o.nrter,
and with tli•yatelt r l l'st tieular attention paid
to Cattin i s and .I. , ittinq Mardi ISCS-ly
On strictly .I.eLopers.Leo Orinciplcs, Nltna is Run,
C...1.1A1.1..LY, kiroprwtut. llorcrs anti
Carriages. to Jct.—Match S, 1508.b—ly.
GROOF ; RIT AND RESTAURANT,
NV EL LSI3 01t0, PEN 'A, •
DESPECIFULLY /I lt UOllll et. , to the trading
public that be ha_ 1 de ir.iLld stock of Ciro
cut tor, outuprising, Teas, Cetrees, Stignie :
Mola.sres, by tupt-, and nll that-oon3titutes u
etuclt. Oysters in every style at nII sea
sonable hours. -
Wellsbero, Jan. 2, 13Ct7—tf.
4:>c;• - e. rzoza.4zwe+r...s.
Great Excitement: JVillllloll impeached, und Ent.
otte's htoooti and hoes If ion:pliant: The hultscribm
could Lay to [lto people of Wistlield nod vicinity that
loss it Patent Boot 11 1 / 1 0.1 be bullet es to
tossess the following advantage over dll utile/ s; Ist
here !Inv crimping; 2d,no wrinkling, save as they bre.th
0 the feet; 3d, no t ippiu g. Im•short, they aro Joel
he 'blitz for et err body. I.l:.nplettl...n hand and order:
vllel W.l. Sole light of Westfield towittlilp and Dom'
ecu red. Ile hit; olso just received tusplenditi set 0:
'alum:ll patterns, latest styles. Come one, come all!
ate alt bon nd to sell cheap for cash or ready pa).
he door south of :Sande t s & Colt:grove.
' ' Westfield Boro', Fel.. 13 1:368. J. It. 1:11BILEr..
NVELLSBORO - HOTEL.
11. GOLDSMITH, Proprietor.—llavir.g leas
0,1 this popular Hotel, the proprietor respect
fully solicits a fair share of patronage. Every
attention "given to guests. The best hostler in
the county always In attendance.
A pri I 29, 1/308.—1y.
TIOGA GALLERY OF ART.
y would respectfully it.lutm the eiiizens of Ti
oga vicinity, that I have built a new
PROTOG APB GALLERY
the lioruuji of Tioga, and having a good
Obutograpilio Artist in my employ, I am noir
,mcp.itad to furnith all hinds of l'icture6
e Photographic Art. Also having in' my
itoptcy a number of first class Painters, I am
°reputed to answer all calls for house, sign, car
tage, ornamental and scenery painting. Ad
- .) A. B. MEADE.
May ti, I.B6B—tlm. Tioga. Pa.
THE PLACE TO BUY DRUGS.
T the Lawrenceville Drug Store, where yot.
will find evtry thing properly belonging t.‘
ue Drug Trade
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST,
ud of tire best quality fur Cash. Also, Paints
ills. Vurni,hes, Fancy Notions. Viol!.
-trines, Fishing Tackle. Window Giese, &C: •
Cash paid for Flax Seed'.
C. P. LEONARto.
Lawrenceville, 2,1f1y 8, 1367.
:lien's Falls Insurance Company ;
GLEN'S FALLS, N. Y..
Cai.tal and Surplus $373,637,66 . .
N , ) Premium rewired.
it t., LIBERAL. it damages by Light
whether Fite enmiu-iur not.
11 pats for live ttopk killed by Lightnclig,
bat 118 or in the tielkl, f. r
Ite r.tt..2s are lowcr than other Companies of
equal refponbibillty. 1. C. PRICE, Ageltef, ?e,
l'armington Ccittro, Tirl:n Cu. Pa.
itAILDWAIIE, •IJtON, STEEL, NAILS
BUTING, SAWS,' CUTLERY,
.1. \V. 1: IT l'1:11
BOOT, A 49 Sil 0E .14AY, ER S,
()VC. (6‘ , 11 n u n ralkeitbitree Store, eft the
nun l.fttly oeviipicci by. Berl j. Seelty.
- DOOM AND SHOES of all kinds miido to
j tinier ai) , l in the bet manner.
RUPAIRING 'ef all kinds dono promptly and
good. Give us a call.
"GEO. W. MERRTCE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office with W. 11. Smith, Esq., Main Street,
opposito Union Blook, Wellabor°, PO..
July 0, /M.
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COMPLETE YOUR SETS!
PENS, OF VARIOUS SIZES, FOR LADIES
WALRER & LATLIROP.
..• r 0 V E.S, .T.LN- WARE,
lIARKITESS d: -RILEY,
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INTRODUCED INTO 41 , 11ER1CA:
FROM GERMANY, in 1,835.
HOUND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN • TONIC,
PREPARED BY DR. JACKSON.
PLUL&Dy.LPEILIy PA. . -
The greatest known remedies for
and a ! 1 Ettreasee - artelng from - a - The= -
ordered Ltvervtitoraneh, or
IItiP772Z.LTY 9.17. 21171 E
Read the following symptona, and if you find that
your stan is ainaed by any of • tbcot, you. may rat
that disease has commeneecr its attach: on the
most inipirtant organs of your body, and unliss soon
checked by Via . use of Towerfat remedies, d :nt ibtrabtil
Ws, soon •tp.menating to death, will be the rttia.-
COnstipatiolli Flatulenoefirtward Piles,
Fulness of Bloodto the Head, Acidity
of the Stomach, Nause a
burnDisguct for Pond,Fulneas
or Weight in the &Stomach, .
SoUr Eructations, Sink
in or .Fluttering at the Pit
of t he
e Stomach, Swimming of
the Head, • Hurried or Dlffioult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffacating Sensations when
in a Lying Pdature,Dlinness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Sight,
Dull- Pain in the 'Head, -Dell-• •
oiertoy of Perspiration, Tel
• lowness of the Skin and
"gyes, Pain in the Side,
Back, Chest, Limbs, eta.,'Bud
den Whishee of Heat, Burning in
the Flesh, Constant 'imaginings of
Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits.
Ail them indicate disease of the Liver or Digestive
Organs, combined with impure blood.
goatlanb's eertnatt Bitteti3
'is entirely vegetable, and contains no
liquor. It is a compound Of Fluid Ex.
tracts. The Roots, Herbs, - and Barks
from.wktch these extracts are made
are gathered in Germany. All the
medicinal virtues are extracted from
them by a ecientide chemist. These
extracts are then for‘varded to this
country to be used expressly for the
manufacture of these Bitters. There
is no alcoholic substance of any kind
used. In compounding the Bitters,
hence it is the only. Bitters that can
Up used in cases where alcoholic stim..
ulants are not advisable.
4oci antes 'eerin,art (II attic .
is a comb • of all the ingredients of the Balm,
with PUEZ to Cray Rum, Orange, etc Ilia used for
the UMW dis am as the hitters, tri cases where vote
pure alcoholic stimtaus•is required. Yoiswill.kear in
mind that these remedies arc entirely dltlutent from
any others advertised for the cure of ,the - •diseasea
named, these being scientific preparations of medicinal
extracts, while the others are were decoctions of rum
in tome form. 'The TOMO it decidedly one of the most
pleasant and agreeable remedies ever orered to the
public. • Its taste is exquisite. II is a pleasure to take
tt, while its life-giving, exhilarating, and medicinal
a tonics. have caned it i) be known as the gre‘ - neee. of
'thousands of Crthefi, when -the pa.
dent 'supposed he WILD afflicted with
this terrible disease, have been cured
by the use of these remedieG. Extreme
etanciation, debility, and cough are
the ustuil attendants upon severe
cases of dyspepsia or disease or the
digestive organs. :El V elk in cases or
genuine Colima:option, there remedies
ti: 111 Int,found of the greatest benellt,
strengthening and havigoratth LT.
nere IV no Medicine equal to llorylaud'.l"Gernian
Biltr-ra or Tonic qf Debility. They impart a
tan; and vigor to • the who!e eystert., s2rent:then 14e
...,o 4 c Len —.Pilo
stomachtt, purify the blood, give. a good,
acrd, healthy comple.vion,,erotlicale the. yellmo tinge
from the eye. impart a b!oont to the chtek3, and change
the 7).l:Zr:rt.! $7,173-1- 1 1rrath , al, emaciate,. I, wad:,
n. , r,tett t, a full-facad, mrat, and 1.49,R,
Weak and Delicate Children
are made stror R . by itsing the Bitters
or Tonic. I. tact, they are Family
Medicinen. They can be administered
with perfect safety to R child three
months old, the most delicate female,
or a man of ninety.
77,c5; J2cniedies aro the best
33100 d. Purifiers
ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting from
Keep Your blood pure; keep 'your Liver in order;
keep your digestive orgars; in a sound, healthy condo.
tiim, by the WE true remedies, and no disease el!
ever assai/ you.
Ladles who wish a fair skin and
tood complexion, free from a yellow..
ali tinge and all other. disfigurement,
should use these remedies occasion..
ally. Thu Liver in perfect order, and
the blood pnre, will result in spark
ling eyes and blooming cheeks.
HWtand'ir German Remedies are 'crrrnlerftitar.
The genuine hare the signature' of C. 21. r. Jackson
at: the front of thoueide wrapper of each bottle, and
the name of lac article blown in each bottle. Allotherl
Thousands of letters have been re.
cc 'veil, testifying to the virtue plaice.
-READ THE REO9I,IMENDATIONS.
FROM HON. GEOriV.AVOODWAHD.
Chief Justice of CIA SnprenlF Cqurt of Pennsylvania.
- ; ' PnifataELPplA; MARCL 16th,184/.
/find "Th'fland's G,n-rnan Bitters" is not an intore•
leafing beverage, but is a good tonic, useful . in dtior
ders lhe digestive covirns F and of ,greal bely t fit in
ca of &Gaily and 10.ant. , if nervous uction sn,the
System. Pure truly,
GEO. W. iVOODIVARD.
FROM HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supremo Court of Potineylvaula.
, PHILADELPHIA. APRIL 2801, 1.888
I consider olloolland , s - German
tern" a rninuble medicine in CASC of at
tacks of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. I
can certify this-front my experience
Of ' with-respect,
- • = 'JAMES THOMPSON:
From REV. JOSEPIL 11. IKE:s;NARD, D.D.,
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
Dn. JAcr.sme—DtAu Sin have been frequently re
(quested to connect Illy name with reCommenclattons of
:aiiferent kinds of medicines, but regarding the practice
las out of my appropriate
. sphere, I have in all cases der clined; ,but w a thar pi in various instances, alit
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riT :ATM G. WAITTIZa.
The (14'itlistri strife' is ended now,
Our work '
ork • clone CfPa
As 'oil thothiohgett, uhrestful' owls,
The pettleni4 of tho radon looks down;
I wait to bear hesicio tho tglre, '
'The voloei of its tongueo of tire.
6lorr;,doubtful, faint, - they room at first;
Bo etrong, my heart to; know tiro worat
Barkl—there the Allegha t nies AP:lke;
That ,sound from lake to pralFlo brokel
That euraiet gun of triumph rent
Who eiloneb of a cOntinent 1
. That signal from Nebreska ! sprung,
This from' Nevada's Mom:Attar' tongue
Ys that -thy 'antiwar, strong and free,
' 0 royit heart, of Tennessee? , •
>; hat strange ; glad voipo is that which calls
• From Magner's grave and Sumter's walls?
From Mississippi's fottatairt Lead
A sound as of the bison's tread I
___There rustled .freedwa's Charter Oak
d . that wild burst the Ozarks spokol
Cheer auswors cheer from rise to act
Of dun. ' Wti have a oeuutrjr yet
The praise, 0 Clod, be thine alonel
Thou givest not for broad a stuns;
Thou hast,not lot us.through.the might
To blind us with rqturning light I
Not through tho furnace have we passed
To perish' at its mouth at
0 night of 'pew, thy flight restrain !
IsioveMber's moon, be slow to wane!
Shine on the freedman's cabin floor,.
On brows of prayer a blessing pourii
And give, with full assurance blest,.
The weary heart of Freedom rest!
TICE WIFE'S iiMERRISE.
The fact is, my dear Mrs. Lynde,
your children ought not to remain iu
this poisonous city atmosphere a day
longer. They are too elicate, madam—
altogether too delieat . I regard "it as
your imperative duty to send them out
into the country!'
Dr. Carson put up his ponderous gold
eye glasses as he spoke, with the air of
an autocrat whose slightest wishes are
law. Little Carrie Lynde nestled on
the sofa, held tight to'her ruother's hand
and regarded the doctor with Wide-open
blue eyes. Mrs. Lynde sighed softly.
'I doubt .whether Mr. Lynde can
afford the expense of sending his family
into the country thl seaspn,,,doctor."
.ma aria Afford it ?_ Why,
all the world knows.kl 3 low fast your hus.:
band :is making m ney, and—excuse
me, Mrs. Lynde, bu lam aplainman—
all tendencies to parsahonious life
ought to be checked iu the bud."
Mrs. Lync) blushed . an indignant
Dr. Carson, I do not like to hear that
word applied to my husband.' '
The doctor took his bat.'`The.powder
at elev'en—perfectly'Aniet, and my little
patient will do very,well. A.nd remem
ber what I reccommeud tOyouabout the
After the doctor bad taken his depar
ture, Mrs. Lynde sat thinking on what
ho had said. •
' Charles is a poor man,' she mused—
'a man who is dependent on Prae
when I Married him—nor have I
ever regretted leaving the luxury of
Beech. Grove for his 'humbler, quieter
home. As for my Cbarles being parsi
mpnious, don't 1 knOto better
The rosy glow wasistill mantling Mrs.
Lyude's cheek at bare idea, when a
cheery voice sounded on her ear.
' Well, how is Carry to-night?'
Charles, is it you? How you startled
He was a frank, noble-looking Man,
with clear dark eyes; and a smile litat
brightened his whole face.
Am I so startline . What does ' I
'He says the children must all go to
the country this summer, with as little
Mr. Lyiffic slightly contracted his
lam not sure that-we can afford it,
' That is what I thought, myself—but,
oh, Charles, if their health—perlutp6
their life—depends upon it, ought we tc
Mr. Ly tide sat do4n whistling quietly
under his breath„ I
• No, I suppose not—but, Alice, it is
a terrible draft on, a fellow's purse just
' Alice Lyude felt l a cold chill at her
heart—was It possible that pr. Carson's
words had a foundation in truth ? Was
her husband becoming' a prey to the
terrible dragon of avarice? Mr. Lynde
went on :
suppOSe must try to find some
farm-house or other where they won't
charge the children's weight in gold.
Alice, do you never sigh atter the vel
vet lawns and shady copses of „Beech
‘Grrove-7-the old stone house, .-with. its
cool verandas, and the summer harbor
by the.lake ?'
No Irsaid Mrs.'Lynde stoutly.
Never, A lice
W ell,—sometinies I can't help think
ing how nice it would be for the chil
dren. I wonder If the old man who
owusit has any children.'
'A. hildless widower, I believe. But
all this has very little to do with the
question of your summer exile: 01
course need; no extra wardrobe to
go to a farm house where there are no
fashionable dames and demoiselles to
criticise your toilet?'
Carry and Lucy have quite out
grow their summer olothes, Charles,
and T'rault haEi nothing at all to wear.
I suppose I might get along, although
I need a new traveling-dress sadly.'
Try to dispense with it at present,
that's a dear, economical little puss.'
`Oharles,' said Mrs. Lynde, speaking
up suddenly from the impulse of her
heart, 'is not your business prosperous
just at present?'
"Then why do you perpetually urge
upOn rne the necessity of economy?
kle colored a little-she thought he ap
peared somewhat confused at her ab
r I,lere are a great many' outlets for,
our money, Alice, of which you can
scarcely form an adequate idea. Eight
o'clock, is it? Then I must , be off.
Good-night, my' love—l'll try to be
home before eleven I'
Mrs. Lynde sitting by Carrie's
sofa, at her sewing, the next day, when
Miss Priscilla Forbes was ushered in. •
Good morning., my dear—how's
carry? Better, en ? Well, lam glac;
to hear it, I3ethiali Lamb's little girl
was taken with, just such symptoms,
and she* didn't live three days! I'd
advise you to be careful though„Alice—
there's always danger of a relapse, 'and
ho one can foretell the consequences of
a relapse! by the-tvay; Where has your
husband gone to-day!'
'ls he not at his office?
' No,—he went out on the Brigham
railroad this morning. I saw him go
by as if his life depended upon the
' haste he was making; and thinks I to
myself I'll just keep an eye on him, and
see where Le is going! Ito I followe'd
just .. 414084 could trot, and-was just
in time to see him spring on board the
tratin. What he's going out or town for
I d n'tknoitiTiiiit thinks I to' myself
aga n,'All4 , ittiitf tell me'all about . it !'
• robabkt-he isflooking ' for surd fuer
boa &for t4e ohildren,' said gra. Lynde,
col ly. Bat; She .remembered with a
pang, thathathlisbAucl bad raid noth
ing to her aUitit it. . . '
!Charles,she said when he came
4otne to dintler;'‘where were you going
to out of toWto-chty ?'
' How did yeah n ow I Was otit of tow n ?'
be asked a little sharply.
, 'Miss Priscilla Forbes saw you start,'
'I wish Mio Priscilla Forbes. would
be itind_ olough to mind her own bus
Alice vi t silent a minutes-then she
asked : - l';' •
'Did yoa find a phiCe forthe children ?'
'No,,' ws the brief reply.
Alice i citilieki no further—she felt
hurt' and ,resentful, - and Charles paid
no attetlins to her silence. . If be
could hav . only witnessed the passion
ate burst Of :tears she gave way to when
she was alone by the couch_ of her
sleeping 1.10 . 5 . ! • '
The fattn•bonse toWhich she. and
her chili:ken-were to be anished for the
sum tnerrs not a very nviting spot,—'
well sha ed, however, ith a stream of
running Water throng the grounds,
and, pipy offresh milk nd vegetables.
Ilut Ali Lynde felt tit lack of cheer
ful and ongenial , society, and pined
secretly, vett while Frank, and Carry,
and little, ,Lucy,' were growing,uu-
. . ..
hurried, hdioSy, and heilthy.
I *is 'Charles could spend 'a little
more of his time' here l' thong t she.
And is as scarcely to be wondered 'at
that : 5 recurred sometimes ,With a
thrill ° yearning to the old days when
,he w at) heiress, under the spading
linden rees of beautiful Beech Grovel
For C ries.Lynde's sake she had given
up he eautlful home—had dared her
uncle? threat,—one afterward carried
relent SslY into, effect—of disinheri
tance had submitted to - all the trials
and e Is Which must necessarily sur
round a, poor man's wife—aud• now
Churl left her alone to amuse herself
as bes he might.
SO w Ile the children grew fat and
rosy tee grew thin and pale.
•He 1 come to-night,' she thought,
one, ~, . ..a rday evening, as she brushed
her gl :sy golden hair into the shining
bands e liked, and put ,on his favorite
blue niaslin dress, with a imig turquoise
On in the blue ribbons that set oil the
transp*ent whiteness ofher throat. 'Olt,
it seen:li an age since I saw him last!'
But instead of her husband's presence,
the up train from New York brought
only a iute, hurried and brief :
"DoerAmcr: :—I cannot oomo up to-night—
,busiuess is too pressing. Love to the children.
The'note fell from Alice's fingers—a
sickeniAg sensation came over her heart.
• ' Anc I watched for him so anxiously.
Oh! can it be possible that he has
ceased to lore me? me, who gave up
every t ling for his sake!'
On londay a letter from • Dr. Carson
was b ought to Mrs. Lynde—a letter in
closin4 a letter for her husband.
' Plep.se, give this to Mr. Lynde,' wrote
the doptor • 'I was at his ofilee twice on
Saturday afternoon, trying to find him,
but the doors were closed, and the clerk
told me he had gone into the country.
Tell him he's a lazy fellow to neglect
bushiest so. when his business is making
him rich so fast.
•Ailee Lynde i•ead the words three
i , . r „ . , 111.. , Mll - ...y "+.1.. 1..,
their whole meaning.
"He has deceived me,' she thought.
'lt was trot the convenient plea of busi
ness that kept him away from me: Oh,
Charles, Charles and has it come to
She sat down, still elt;sping the letter
in her unconscious band, and gaped
vacantly out upon the sunny landscape
that lay before her.
'lf it were not the children—if it
were not for - my little ones, I would go
away and never look upon his face any
more! Ho loves me no longer—the
affection I so blindly deemed my own
is transferred to some other object—and
why should I cake what becdmes of
me? Only—the children 1'
And as blue-eyed Carry ran up to her
to ask some trifling questions, Mrs.
Lynde- drew the child closer to her
heart and burst into tears.
Mamma!' exclaimed the astonished
little girl, 'why do you cry?' Are you
'Sick ! yes,' sobiNd poor Alice,"l am
•-ick of living. I am sick at heart,
And the plentiful shower e tears
helped to relieve herlovercharged heart.
' I will endure it fqr the sake of these
little ones; I will suffer on and". try 'to
be silent,' thought Alice, pressing both
bands over her arching bosom.
The next week Mr. Lynde was to
come and bring his family home. ;Alice
looked forwaid to the day with a' . sick
anticipation—a shrinking expectation.
She longed for the hour of their meet
ing, and yet she dfeaded it.
In this nei vous state of excitement she
came to the door, leading- little Lucy,
as the carriage wheels grated- over the
:stony country road, and stopped in
front ache old fashioned portico.
But Charles was not there—only the
driver—who touched his hat with an
awkward attempt at ,politeness, us he
descended from the box.
'lf you please, ma'am, Mr. , Lynde
could not come—but he'll 'be there to
meet you.' •
iNlote neglect 1 Alice.answered not a
word, but the hands with which she
tied the blue ribbons of Lucy's hat
trembled sorely, and her lip_ would
quiver, in spite of the resolute little
white teeth that held it down I
The little ones laughed, and chatted,•
and played in the carriage as it rolled
along, exclaiming loudly at the vari
ous objects on the, road, but Alice
eaned back iu the corner, pale and si
lent, seeing nothing but the fantastic
visions of her own fevered mind. Once,
or twice the idea crossed her brain that
the journey was rather longer than she
had expected, but she did not reason at
all on the subject, relapsing at once into
her painful reflections.
'Mamma! oh, mamma! what a pretty
place I' chorused the three children at
"There's a fall, white statue back of
those fir trees, and a fountain all spark-
Hug like diamonds, and oh, mamma,"
such beautiful beds of flowers!'
Alice roused from her thoughts for
the instant, leaned forward and gazed
out of the window,
S:irely there was something familiar
iii tho.-e green terraces, with their
flights of marble step, in the Doric
columns, of the majestic stone piazza
before which :the earliage suddenly
came to a halt.. • .
' Ain 1 dreaming,' she thought,
ilig vaguely around her, 'or is t his really
Beech .Grove ?'
She went up the steps', feeling . as if
she were inovinv through the uncertain
fantasies of a dream. But in the vesti
bule stood reality itself, in the shape .of
her husband, with a face of bright,
` dear wife, 'he murmur d.
ing her tenderly in his arms, 'the time
has come for me to restore to you what
you gave up so,elleerfully for my sake
years ago. Welcome, once again, to
your home, Alfee!'
Howe?' bhe repeated, gazing Into
c f ;'v7Tf~c3om."
hls,eyesii as if she scarcely credited the
evidence of her own.senses. .
Yes, Jcome, indeed: have Or
chased Beech Grove, Alice, and fur
nished it just to suit your taste! My
cherished little wile, lam rewarded now
for the years of economy—the extra
work—the self-denial which I have
been obliged to practice?'
`Charles," she whispered, growing
scarlet and pale alternately, 'was it this
tbatoccasioued your absence last week ?'
I was determined to bring you here,
Alice, when I took you away from that
cramped little farm-house: There have
'beeh countless delays—lnnumerable
difficulties—but I have conquered them
- ail \V elcornao your home, my precious
And as he tlok her once more to his
11(3 , 14, 'Alice 'Lynde's happiness was
mingled with the keenest pang of re
morse she had ever known.
Sitting in the handsome, familiar
rooms that evenipg, with the moonlight
streaming through the stained
windows, Ler children asleep in the
nurs -ry that - had once been hers; and
Charles beside her, Alice vowed to'ber;
self the best.resolution a wedded wile
can make—never, never again to let the
least shadow coeue between herself and
Ler confidence in her husband's love.
A Sleeping• Car Incident:
The " Fat Contributor"- of a Cincin
nal paper, now traveling on the Pacific
Railroad, tells the following;
There was a funny little episode on
the car, that helped to arouse us. At
Montana a .young man and Ft, young
woman came on board of the sleeping
car, and the former said :
" Sea here, -Mr. Conductor, I want
one of your best bunks for this young
woman, and one for myself Odiv.ldu
ally. One will do for us when we get
to the Bluffs, hey, Mailer? (a playful
and affectionate poke at " Mailer with
his elbow, to which she replies, "Now,
.1 . 60hn. quit!") for you see we're goin' to
get married at Mariar's uncle's when
we git there. We might a been mar
ried at Montana, but we took a notion
to wait 'till we got to the Bluff's beiu'
as Mariar's' uncle is r 4 minister, and
they charge a gol'tired price for hitchin'
folks at Montana."
Maria was assigned to one of the
"best bunks," and John was given one
not faraway. After a time the inmates
of the car Were all stowed away in their
berths to go .through the inevitable al
ternations of sweltering and freezing.
During the stoppage of the train at
one station, the voice of John was
heard, raised iu pleading accents, all
unconscioci that the train had stopped,
and that tones which the noise of the
rattling wheels had drowned while the
cars were moving, could be distinctly
heard by all when they had stopped.
" Now, Ma-ri, you Wight give a feller
jes' one kis.."
"John, you quit or I'll git 'right out
here and hoof it back to Montana in
"Only one little kiss, 11Iariar, and I'll
go; hope to clie , if I don't."
" Joh!, !
Just at that interesting moment• a
gray head protruded front a berth at the
other end of the car, and an old tuna
cried out so that all could hear: " Ma
riar, for God's sake, give John one kiss,
so that Wu can go to sleep FOTIIC time to
It is needless to remark that a peal of
lau:lliter r:trig from one cud of the car
to tit. othce, under cover of which
...._,......., _ ...,. .._ ....1- i , +`•:• , olitaxv :ce11.1...-
ion of his " hunk," leaving .0 - lartor in
the undisturbed po-:,e3 s of her mar
ing,e license, whtch ell:' interpleted to
iertnit no license to John, anti' ac
companied by. the proper certificate.—
l And Maria vas right. ,
Tiri STOMACII Als:D Tnr,
Much of pur conduct depends, no doubt,
upon the charact:r of the Mood we eat.
Perhltp.i the nature of our meals gov
erns the astute of Our impulses more
than we arc,inelined to admit, because
none of us ittish Nvell the abandonment
of our idea of free agency. Bonaparte
used to attribute the lots of one of his
battles to a poor dinner, which at the
time -disturbed his dig,estion. How
many of our misjudgments, how many
of our deliberate errors, how many of
our unkind nesses, our -cruelties, our
acts of thom,:htlessnesi anoil reckless
ness may be actually oVin; , ' to a cause
of the same character? Wel eat • some
thing that deranges the co*lition of
the system. Through the stontatic
nerve that derangement immediately
affects the brain. Moroseness succeeds
amiability, and under its Influence we
do that which would hhock our
bilities at_any other moment. Or 'per
haps a gastric irregularity is the result
of an over indulgence in wholesoac
food, or a moderate indulgence in un
suitable food. The liver is afflicted ; in
this affliction the brain profoundly
sympathizes. The temper is soured;
the understanding is narrowed ; preju
dices are strengthened; generous im
pulses are subdued; selfishness, origi
'Wed by physical !disturbances which
perpetually distract the mind's atten
tion, becomes a chronic mental disor
der • the feeling 'f charity dies out;
we five for ourselves alone; we have
no 'care for 'others. And all this
change of nature is the consequence of
art injudicious diet.—Boston Journal of
SPUNICY SALLY ANN.—The Stanford
AdUOCate COlltaills the kilowing spirit
To ehe rubtic- 7 Whereas, my husband
Inward H. Jones, has falsely adver
tised that 1 have left his bed and board,
and that he will, pay no debts of my.
contracting, &c., this is to - inform the
public that the aforesaid Edward H.
Jones, has neither bed nor board for
me to leave, he having been Jiving at
the expense of my father—and further,
under pretense of procuring money to
pay his way to Birmingham, Conn., he
borrowed a dollar of my father, and
with that paid for this lying advertise
ment against the, and even after that
dastardly act, he took an the money I
had, and borrowed every cent in my
mother's po3 - sesSion and left the town.
For the past' three months he has
been kept frotn nakedness and starva
tion by the exertions of myself and
relatives, he sqUandered in dissipation
all the money his inborn laziness calla
allow hint to earn. * •
The ..,ealn- j ) ni,eLt not have acivertit,ed
that 11e \vonll.l no (lehts of illy con
tracting ior the public, well Itot)cy
he \vonln not, I.,ty even hi - , 0v..11. -
le is lay.), ungrateful,
COlitC•la ith living at tin ,
LAr.,..iie of it.-lative.3 anti tlorrt,win:i
their niont'y an out: :;_•c„u,
tie. Iled and ntan.(ll
to hito-t-If his Ipt , ti %voulti th• not111:112
but a bcaid, and I :-.1:oulcl not lqe notch
the Ih-1 v.'cre
tale of hc:lrda v.-1111 a
a *food thing to have a handsome
penman for a beau," t-ttiti Mary, as she
g l a n ce d over a Lillee tlotts. "Ye i 3," re
plied .1 uha, "if the penman is 0»l;•
handsome, I (Jou' t, care how ugly the
On the stage of life, interest is the
A 'LIFE OF 01..zflIE
By A DET.CTIVE
One of the most rernarltahlo cases
that ever Lame within my experience
was that of Lucille Dutton.,She was
in every respect a woman of he world.
Fascinating, brilliant , ' dlsill fig -1.io•-
sessing au exquisite gra,:e of wanner
and rare conversational poweis, that
charmed every one who catqc within
the sphere of her influence; until her
eriwes - were known and her arrest at+
tempted, she reigned la. 2`.:ew Orleans
U.ll Lie is 11‘)Wludgt.:C1 Lel le. VCU _l.llO
most jealoya,ly envious of her- ow u sex
admitted the wondrothi 4CII c:4,erciseci
by her singular leanly. An aitrPss, a
vocalist, it would have been no extrav
agant eulogy to have called her a prima
donna. Tall beyond the average of
women., her slender, graceful form Wilt
modeled into-'an exquisite symmetry
that would have heal a sculptor's
Curling, silky taCt:ezif, or nut-brown
hair shaded u face lair and delicate as a
child's. (treat iumibous black eyes .
flashed from beneath the beautiful
lashes with a strange mesmeric power,
that few indeed had the power to re
sist. This expression, combined with
her rare intellectual gifts, made her
regnant over ninny a haart that had
never before felt the spell of a woman's
chat ins• She had come to New Orleans
as a vocalb,t, Her engagement was at
tended with .a success never before
equaled by the most atitioth wished pro•
lessional. Night after night the thea
tre was crowded with her admirers.
Her appearance was ever the signal of
au enthusiasm all but \A - 1;d. As the
weird light of the ploseenium flashed.
on jewel and gem, aid the queenly
form, radiant in beauty, stead before
I the multitude, who swayed to the [ - Wig:.
is (Aal In and itnpubm of tune and voice,
I have often fancied her beauty super ,
natural. Youth and age alike felt its
influence. There was a thrill in the
low utterance, that Item bled on tee air
like the soft vibration of a harp whose
strings the wind Lao struck, and rais
ing in fullness and strength of tdne un
til a rich, delieloua mirmun:y. tided ztne
vast building with a magical ,cadence,
which rot car attuned to udic could
resist. He na me on ' every
her l)ieluie atiortio.l every window
along ithe ft:t.hionable, thopaillitare.—
e the yin' um of th.it sttat.ilc. , , wont
draw, beauty, fashion iureci: eZelusive
ness, suelety of :la doil% Petted
and eare.sed eiri•le, admired
and luvtal, btrl.cm•t -
We to SL) intich fiatteiy, arai homage Or'
men and woiaen waa received as if it
were her due. '
It was at a time when her fame was
greatest, un i d her : , 1.4CCc...:3 in fashionable
life most alstirci., ilia: an event GC-
CllrrW.l en....i.gcd 4 ail la.t.d pre
cipitated a catie:ti•o;lia whiah I C:111110,
file;' red i L:1 - ",n without IL sense
ul palo. Ale - .v Li 2 fore her tut
vent in New' o:iedn.‘, a senies of the
most :,tailling t t.:urrtai in
el; Lact bun
we,re ev _t CO •:.c
-tluit r ,
, :L uf ',l:-. .GAP ~,::,, 'd.j. 1, , 1,
rttii •... i%h -itieh com. , .:n - i l, _ a.e: - -3.'iilihiad her
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is thaL fearful draw
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who that gorun)!_:..;
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to (o "
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th,aLn_ i , wcmau, Ia r,i:,itiont. of - ..N '.itre
-1.11,-acil nay:: ;;. , Jow;i 1 1 ,. 1 . 1•, , .. yc ,,,,,”,
The (~ . .I...irtapli Wzi , at once pot in re
quisition, aim ill lets ;thin )U1 houc the
infotroation t som:!,t lJr w;*„. , obtained,—
The - re was no longer ~.. doubt ; the en
chantre;,s of the theater, was the mur
dres.3 of ' Mon t real. i • •
, We were warranted in tatting , her i n
Custody at once: but, a:.; -there wus no
probability of t4eap,-, u e,c:ela:,•ed 'luta
i»ornilg. I Collit , -, I felt. ast t a tp.;e ;e
-luctanui hi executin ,. . q , e'iluty I had to
perform. I admired the I.;e:uttful crea
ture, despite her vritne; , , I thett.ght, I
could understand -how 0)05-.0 could have
been committed] witlviat I:er beimr
wholly bad. .I\iah\leneti •by the death
of ond she 105,•<..d, lhating ,Il it'll bitter
animosity tho'-c who we) e, in a an.-2a5-
ore, re-Toin.Atile :Co? it, twtt incit e d to
the deed by the fitdoe, I evengeful na
ture of her rao,i, It F;o2nii..6 to 11:0 More
the critne of, oilier, t.' , ~ ' L Le:. cwn. Still,
I wouhi th) 2:7 duty.
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of Heaven. I was insane when I did
the deed. Insanity has' cunning—
delirium Its pt*.siouato sewn of - re
veuge. They broke ray heart—de.
stroyed in their bloom all the flowers of
luY life. lam a maniac even now, for
I feel no terror in iny crime. •I have
long looked fur this hour. I nut ready
for it. My dead body the law may have,
but with iL no t ettit of hail."
As she spoke she swultowed a dull
grayish looking , powO•zr, threw up her
arinb, 9.nd thil Lack in her seattdead!
A IStisANcE "StiP2IVEGBED..—Those
who are annovedalitiot beyond enclur
-Fan-le-1.47--prerr, of every kind, •perpete•
wally calling ut their offices and phiees
of business, will enjoy the (following
A pompous, weil•dressed individual
entered a bai , k Bbstop, aud, ad
re:sbing the teller, induireci ; :
"Is the cashier in ,
"No, sir," was this reply.
" Well, I any dealing lu pens, supply
ing the New England batiks pretty
largely, and I supi,osze it will lie proper
:or nie to deal ,%•ith the cashier."
"I suppose it will," said the teller.
" Very N%ell, I: will wait."
The Pen peddler took a ehainand Eat
composedly for hour waiting for
the cashier. Dy that time he began to
brow uneasy, but after twisting in his
chair for about twenty minutes, and
there being no prospect of a 'change in
his cireurnstances, asked the teller how
,uou he would be in.,
" Well, I don't know exactly," said
the waggish teller, " but I expect him
in about eight wee!ts. •if e just gone(
to Lake :Superior, and told •Me he
thought he should come back In that
Peddler thought he r - ould not wait.
" Oh, you may stay if you wish,"
said the teller, very blandly. "We have
u' objection to your sitting here in the
daytime, and' you can probably find
oizie place in town where they will be
glad to keep you at night."
•The ponipowl peddler disappeared
without another won].
Tun I ,Vr.,:kTHEn, rf..ts MoDEnt...TED.
—We heard of one individual whose
wile had leng'inttlortuned him to buy
ter a pair of t:lttites.l On leaving the
nonEe utter tea Christ 113 aS Eve, be prom
ised to bring the cove.tel articles that
rilzfht as a Christmas t.resent. Of course
,be was delighted. Viions of daily
trips to the Itiuk (and trips on the lee
perhaps) ran throve - 4 her hea r d through
out the evening. „pit the 1101.11:6 wore
away and no an-3 what was
worse under tttc• clzoutristauces, no
skates. Along abt:ut two o'clock in
the morning the trustot husband-cattle
stumbling in. it :Is a terribly cold
night, bat he was all aglow. In a voice
rendered exceetliogly thic4 by the egg
nogg he had been he said :
(!:?e) wis - ,c , oeqe-ri• - (hie)
The good WO :11'' Nyere too
intent upon fu?ly,eonarlrehend
11i3 :=ltnat:on. • -
"' , VhQre
3 illforrning . •
no Iti.::,“;.ikey Wal'lling 1•OtI1g
"0.) V:110i1.12r OC 1/0: r, efluested
)l. um:ducat,ici, ' to .fl.2 , 2Cpt I • 4n a
`.•;;10 tir,Ll:;s radent
** ' vr, of another, we
x.ll ail own :1,2'..,:e.EA:d :.) tilt! vile habit
dliuhin [r!: rr. ' , • , or UV(:11 iu l;3o d. I
t-.IILttIIU InnrriZtge to
- Judy ploperliy
ILer.. Tile pr();lLi:,.. t.,uch a wan tc
Inve, ptUT.t.et, i iivriAl and keep her lttl
altd in he,t;th i 3 t;oltfluzi
ery ;itin a fia•.,d tht meanest kind,
practiced on mo,lispect!nz, confid
ing, and innocent female. :',lttry heaven
,iztve the rising gyiteration feimales
nom that v . .•0:•,t u: all degradations, a
GrtowLEits.-71 - :c-re is cla's of 'men
in every commouttywho go about with
vineg ar lae es :, .gt v. I'?i,L 4 . because 1-iorile-.
Ludy fee 1)0 Ve thew, or because they
are :,it appreciakd they should be,
and who have a c , J,,.,tat; t; quarrel \vial
their destiny. Titt.,.e men us.aally have
touch; a ,t_rave n theft' estimate
of their abilitt of are unmitigated'
tiotteys. her case they are un
tot tu nate. NV liercv,t: thi9 fault-iluding
With one's condition or postlidn occurs,
there is always a Want, of self-respect.
If people despi4c you, do not toil it all
over town. if you are leaps_ •le, show
it. If •you are a light,, down clever
fell9w , wash the weraiwood ofr your
face', and show your 1 . ;Ood will by your
deeds. Then, it' people feel above you,,
go right off and feel above them. If
t leyswell•when they pass you in the
stact, swell yourself, and if this does .
noti " fetch thtim," conclude very good
nat'uredly that they are unworthy your
acquaintance, and pity them for miss
ing such a capital chance to get into
•DRINHING. Within twenty—five
years we have buried three generations
of young men, who went to early graves
through.the baneful influence of bran
dy and iviiit,ky. dome of these youn g
ureanave ploni - l.e of great' useful
ness—some Were extraordinarily brill
iant—sonic-) were the hope and pride of
their families. lint brandy and whis
ky were No n`och and down
they: went headlon!. , ; aoion , * the dead
men. Happily, whisky is being voted
a vulgar tipple, and when the pent
rtiCu of drunt;ards has gone the way of
all drunkards, the new generation now
coming on the stage will discard it al
together. Whi,l:k. , y and brandy may
be taken as inudieille, but they are per
nicious ; as bey er,c_;e—tireadful.
A dancly, strh:C.ng about a tavern,
io9i; up a pail ch; , ,I),:otacles which
Ull the tab:,N, then: on Ilia nose,
turh i to loilking-gla, said :
`•Lantiturki. how do these bbcome me?
. ou t'ney improve my
tro y ," rii•Ettri the-hind
;:i_,' your face."
NV:IS It r roar
rir!.llia.Ee ft fend
wbo vinti almost
, 11/), , ..; joke Nvitla
( 11 1 1:,,-•it:.\ - %. , cootpatilen to
jot!, t Ct! ale 10Ilgt - ::it. Day
ti ”i nui out !" \Vliell 2, little
14 . 1 . 4.110 . 1111:111 head out of
Ow window, reek.", ved :•evere thump.
Ho lito‘.• it trn- 1 .; izt a' great pit, and
4 , x4.lnitnol, " - c A.met leans arie queer
pcople--dpy :ay '•.t.Gok out, when (ley
mean, bolt in."
7" ehe ex-
y(-a bL:e skaticz
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