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FRED'K L BAKER.
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"Lag's "at Otaoe,
NO, 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
'E manufacture our own goods, thus en
abling us to sell at
OLD TIME PRICES.
e largest, best and most complete stock,
and at lower prices than any house in the
jar immense stock of Spring and Summer
ep,concists of all the novelties of the sea-
E, at least fifty different styles the most pop
e of which are
roper than can be had elsewhere.
)ar business connection with our patrons
period of nearly 40 years, is a sufficient
,carantee of our ability to please all who
sy fsvor us with a aall.
SHULTZ gr. BROTHERS,
No. 20 North Queen-st., Lancaster.
NEW G- CD OID
GABLE STI4 1 C LER,
Nuessors to Abraham Cassel,
To the Public : We beg leave to announce to
is patrons and the public generally that our
lanoments for the Spring Season are such
;mill enable us to offer for sale an unusually
ii selected) varied and attractive :dock
CARPETING, &c., &e.
Having reduced our stock to the very lowest
enabled us to lay in an entirely new
ausent, which we feel confident will be
noire to the old and to new customers of
Ever) Dvpartment will constantly be re
:etitheil with the most desirable offerings
tdbegains from New York and Philadelphia
,e pa rticii I arl Y solicit your attention to our
la and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
GABLE & STRICKLER,
,r,e loot West of the Post Office, Market St.
rp The birhest Market price paid in goods
exchange for Country produce.
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES ! I
T JOlliC SPANGLER'S.
!RLOR STOVES, PARLOR STOVES,
GAP-BURNING STOVES AT
JOHN SPANGLE ICS.
~ 11'ES, STOVES,—VULCAN STOVES
FOP. LW G
TWO OR FOUR
N O W READY— CALL AND
SEE THEM AT
, Frangler's Hardware and Stove Store
Market Street, Marietta, Pa.
A, LINDSAY, .„00/i
MANUFACTURER & DEALE•R IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
yoal must respectfully inform the citizena
iWin Borough and neighborhood that he ire
Itlittime tie largest assortment of City made
uu ever uti,•red in this Borough, amongst
iiicii may be named the new-style
1;0) ,toot, alobo-ilia ZANal.Als.
rat: THE LADIES.
A. L. being a practical SOOT AND SHOE
MR Nibbles him to select with more
;:cent than those who are not. He eontin
tt') manufacture in the very beet manner
:31bing in the BOOT AND SHOE line,
he will warrant for neatness and fit.
'Call and examine the new stack before
Atlee Bockins. N. D. D. D. S..
`' 1 :11s his services in either the Operative,
stir4ical or Mechanical Departments of
T Dl N'UISTRY.
Teeth extracted without pain, by the ad
traziattion of the " Nitrus Oxide Gas" or
orriets: In Marietta every Toes
!. sad Pyiday 3 in the "St. John Rouse," and
, v , r of Locust mid Second ate., Columbia.
Anima, April 14, 1865.-6m.]
zRosENE & GAS STOVES.
" 1 &COFFEE BOILERS, GLUE POTS
OIL CANS, 8/C. ric.
: oolong fora family may be done with
er°4 'ne Un, or Gas, with less trouble and
expense t h ou any other fuel.
ntlicle munafactored by this Company
,stistrasteed toperform all that is claimed
it. fl - Send for Circular.
Liberal Discount, to the Trade.
REROsENE LAMP HEATER CO„
206 P EARL-ST., 16m
't BUT OF THE IVIONTIILIES—
LADY'S IRIEND—deVOIed to FASH:
4nd LITE:WAPURE. Beautiful Steel
t4r4nigs• SPLENDID DOUBLE-SIZED COL
PLATES. The Latest patterns
iff:sies, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroidery &c.,
i.4k'hold receipts, Music, &c. Wheeler &
.4.;in's Sewing Machines given as premiums.
r'e,-) cents for a sample copy to DEA.. ON
~LTERSON, 319 Walnut-st., Philadelphia
m. B FAHNs
rilt.2:w . 3,l Atx . -sT.,
2.Par.gler & Patterson's Store.
'1 FROM 7 TO 8 A. Pff.
.1: / TOURS. " ITO 2.
" 6TO 7 P. - N.
- - - - -#ll ,- -. 7 -• — ••• - OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
ANIF 7 -- thigla s — ,, OF DENTAL SURGERY,
.. G. RIKER, LATE OF HARRISBURG.
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, • - irk FF icE:—Front street, next door to R.
LANCASTER, PA. 10 Williams' Drug Store, between Locust
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'4. tlie c J • ..4 NORTH DUKE STREET -
'l-snd Walnut streets, Columbia.
;., ',:a.rt Rourie, where he will at
.. 4 -,r,. ( VIC:: of hi 9 p..r °lsamu in all its . .
OB PRINTING of every description ex
ecuted with neatness And dispatch .at the
- = trie — id The MaiWt _ian. ~ .
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Dr. Hev,ry Landis,
Dr. Henry Landis
Dr. Henry Landis
At the "Golden Mortar,"
At the "Golden Mortar,"
Market Street, Marietta,
Market Str ee t, Marietta,
Keep constantly on hana
Keep constantly on hand
F ark c y Articles,
Coal Oil Lamps and Shades,
Howe & Steven's Family Dye Colors,
Shoulder Braces and Trusses,
Papers and Periodicals,
Books & Stationary,
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Prescrivtions carefully compounded,
Remember the place,
Remember the place,
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
br. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call.
Give us a call.
JACOB LIBHART, JR. ;
AND UNDERTAKER, MARIETTA, PA
WOULD most respectfully take this meth
'WV od of informing the citizens of Marietta
and the public in general, that, having laid in
a lot of seasoned Lumber, is now prepared to
manufacture all kinds of
in every style and variety, at short notice
He has on hand a lot of Furniture of his own
manufacture, whicn for fine finish and good
workmanship, will rival any City make.
lizr Especial attention paid -to repairing.
He is also now prepared to - attend, in all its
branches, the UNDERTAKING business, be
ing supplied with an excellent Herse, large
and small-Biers, Cooling Box, &c.
11Zr COFFINS finished iu any style—plain
Ware Itonm- -and Manufactory, near_ Mr.
Duffy's new building, near the " Upper-Sta
tioa," Marietta, Ps. [Oct. 22.
.10 suitzbqeh /annery.
GEO. W. SULTZBACH,
TANNER 4 LEATHER DEALER,
Having purchased the remaining stock on
hand, and leased the Tannery and fixtures of
his late father, Henry Sultzbach, deceased, le
now prepared to accommodate the customers
of the old stand, an the public generally,
with everything in his line, at such prices as
cannot fail to give entire satisfaction. His
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole,
Valve and Hemlock Leather,
Kips, Waxed and Grained Upper,
SPLITS, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SHOE
3' Cash paid for Hides and Skiiis
Marietta. January 6. 1866.-tf
gIagXVETILLCOX & GIBBS'
The most simple, complete and easily man
aged Sewing Machine now in use. It does
every description of work—never stops at or
needs to be helped over seams, but does all
its work rapidly and well. The needle re
quires no adjustment—you cannot get it in
wrong—it makes any width of hem you wish
—does braiding beautifully. The Braider is
in the foot of every machine and p.trt of it,
and is always adjusted, never gets out of place.
Call and examine them before purchasing
any other, at
H. L. ✓ti E. J. ZAHM'S,
Corner North Queen street and Centre Square,
Sole Agents for Lancaster County.
Lancaster, February 17, 1866.-tf.
H. L. 6r , E. ZAHM,
Corner of North Queen-St.,
and Centre Square, Lancaster, Pa.
WE are prepared to sell American and
Swiss Watches at the lowest cash rates!
We buy directly from the Importers and Man
ufacturers, and can, and do sell Watches as'
low as they can be bought in Philadelphia or
A fine stock of clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles,
Silver and Silver-plated ware constantly on
hand. Every article fairly represented.
H. L. 4. E. J. ZAHMS
Corner North Queen Street and Centre Square,
February 17, 1866.-tf.
First National Bank of Marietta.
THIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
HAVING COMPLETE)) ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kinds of
BANKING at . JSINESS.
The Board of Directors meet weekly, on
Wednesday, for discount and other business
113 — BankFrom
JOHN HOLLINGER, PRESIDENT.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
T HE LADY'S FRIEND—
The Best of the Monthlies—devoted to
Fashion and Pure Literature. $2.50 a )ear;
Two copies $4.00 ; Eight (and one gratis)
$l6. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING
MACHINES given as premiums. Send 15
cents for a sample copy to DEACON & PE
TERSON, 319 Walnut st., Philadelphia.
DR. J. Z. HOFFER,
gulagrubtut Vonsebania lond for Itt lona tit. I
MARIETTA, PA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866.
AT ONE DOLLAR AND A HALF A. YEAR,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office in " LINDSAY'S BUILDING," second
floor, on Elbow Lane, between the Post
Office Corner. and Front• St., Marietta,
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
ADVERTISIrS RATES : One square (10
lines, or less) 75 cents for the firstinseition and
One Dollar and-a-half for 3 insertions. Pro
fessional and Business cat ds, of six lines or less
at 115 per annum. Notices in the reading col
umns, ten cents a-line. Marriages and Deaths,
the simple announcement, FREE ; but for any
additional lines, ten cents a line.
A liberal deduction made to yearly a nd half
Haying just added a " NEWBURY MOUN
TAIN JOBBER Panes," together with alarge
assortment of new Job, and Card type, Cuts,
Borders, &c., &c., to the Job Office of « THE
MARIETTIAN," which will insure the fne and
speedy execution of all kinds of JOB & CARD
-PRINTING, from the smallest Card to the
LARGEST POSTER, at reasonable Dikes.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y
In addition to our main business of PIIOTO
GRAPELIC MATERIALS we are Headquar
ters for the following, vlz.
STEREOSCOPES 4- STEREOSCOPIC
Of American and Foreign cities and Land
scapes, Groups, Statuary, etc.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE WAR,
From negatives made in the various cam
paigns and forming a complete Photographic
history of the great contest.
STEREOSCOPIC VIER S ON GLASS,
Adapted for either the Magic Lantern or the
Stereoscope. Our catalogue will be sent to
any address - on receipt of stamp.
We manufacture more largely then any
other house, about 200 varieties from 50 cents
to $5O each, Our ALBUMS have the reputa
tion of being superior in beauty and durabili
ty to any others.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS OF GENERALS,
STATESMEN, ACTORS, etc., etc.
Our Catalogue embraces over FIVE THOU
SAND.diffe ferit.aultiecta, ineluding - reprodue,
tient; of the most celebriited - Engravings,
Paintings, Statues, etc. Catalogues sent on
receipt of stamp.
'Photographers and others ordering goods C.
0. D., will please remit 25 per cent. of the
amount with their order.
The price and quality of our goods can
not fail to satisfy.
June 16, 1866.-IY.
_ 'WINES &, LIQUORS.
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4- R. D. BENJAMIN,
DEA] ER - IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Corner of Front-st., and F.lbow Lane,
EGS leave to inform the public that he
JD will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. lie will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, 6^
Justly Celebrated. Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON SIAND.
A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY.
just received, which ie warranted pure.
Pa" All H. D. B. now asks of the pubic
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from him.
Übe undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to his old friends and the public
generally, that he continues the above business
in all its various branches
Especial attention paid to plain and fancy
paperhanging, China glossing, Frosting and
Enamelling Glass, Griming of all kinds, &c.
Thankful for past favors, would ask a con
tinuance of the same. Residence a few doors
west of the Town Hall, on Walnut street.
DAVID H. MELLINGER.
Marietta, Nov. 25, 1865.-Iv.
AN IMPROVED LANTERN
THIS is the most desirable Lantern in the
market. It burns Coal Oil without a
Chimney, emitting neither smoke nor smell.
It gives a pure white light.
It stands quick mot.ons rn any direction.
The flame is regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in form and size.
It is free from solder in the upper parts, and
is otherwise very substantial in its structure.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
For sale at JOHN SPANGLER'S
Hardware Store, on Market street.
1866. THE LADY'S FRIEND—
The best of the Monthlies,devo
ted to LITERATURE and FASHION. $2,-
50 a year. We give WHEELER & WU-
S:IN'S Celebrated $55 Sewing Machines oil
the following terms
Twenty copfee and the Sewing Machine, $7O
Thirty copies and the Sewing Machine, $B3 .
Forty copies.and the Sewing Machine, $lOO
Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEA.
CON & PETERSON, 319 Walnut street,
MASON & HAMLIN
Forty different styles, adaptej to sacred and
secular music, for $BO to $6OO each. FIFTY
ONE Gold or Silver Medals, or other first pre
miums awarded them. Illustrated Catalogues
sent free. Address, MAsorr & HAalr is, Bos
ton, or MASON BROTHERS, New-York.
00AL HODS, Coal Selves, Coal Shovels
Pi kers, Stove Grates, Cylinders and Li
nings of different kinds, kept on band at
TT AIR ROLLS, the latest fashion—call in
in at Mrs. ROTH'S Variety Store and see
tikem—all the rage now, in the cities.
CIT. CROIX AND NEW ENGLAND RUM
for'culinary purposes, warranted gen ulna,
IL D. Benjamin.
LION'S Periodical Drops 'and Clark's re
ale ~.. &idea Mortar-
‘.‘7 Carol, brothel's, carol,
Carol the good'tidings, •
Carol, brothers, carol,
Carol the good tidings,
And pray a gladsome'Christmas
For all good Christain men,
Carol, brothers, carol,
Christmas day again.
• At the merry table,
Think of those who've none,
The orphan and the widow,
, Hungry and alone.
Bountiful your offerings
To the altar bring,
~ Let the poor and needy
Christmas carols sing.,
Chorus: Carol, brothers, carol;
Listening angel music,
Discord sure must cease—
Who dare hate his brother
On this day of peace? ,
While the heavens are telling
To mankind good will,
Only love and kindness
Chorus: Carol, brothers, &o:
Let our hearts, responding.
To the Seraph Band,
Wish this morning's sunshine
Bright in every land,—
Word, and deed, and prayer
Speed the grateful sound,
Telling " Merry Christmas"
AlLthe-tverld- around I
Chorus: Carol, brothers, &o.
A Very Apt Reply.
A soldier of this city who served with
distinction as colonel of a Michigan
regiment, was approached yesterday by
as officer who supports Johnson, with a
suggestion that, as military men, they
ought to pay their respects to President
Johnson upon hie arrival at Toledo.
" You may, bat I will not," replied
the Michigan colonel, "for I have no
" But," quoth the Johnsonian, " you
will go with us, and show your respect
for Grant and Farragut, who accompany
him, won't you ?"
"My dear sir," replied the Colonel,
"there was once an old lady who kept a
boarding house for laborers. One morn
ing she came across a piece of tainted
beef, which she purchased cheap, and
boiled it for dinner. It ' smelt to heav
en' and not a boarder would touch it.
That evening she sliced and fried it, but
it wouldn't do—it still smelt. The next
morning she made hash of it, but it
smelt louder and louder, when a boarder,
who could stand it no longer, spoke his
mind: "Look here, old lady, you may
bile it, you may fry it, or you may 'Tile
good potatoes by hashin' it with 'em,
but that meat stinks, and you can't crowd
it down me in any shape." "Now,"
continued the very positive Colonel,
" you may take Johnson boiled, fried,
stewed or sandwiched between two as
good potatoes as Grant and Farragut,
and he stinks. You can't crowd him
I down me at any price."
The conversation closed quite abrupt
THE END OF A QIIARREL.—"We could
soon finish you up," said some lemons
to a bottle of carbonate of soda. " I
could soon take the taste out of you,"
answered the soda. "Let us try our
strength," said the lemons. " With all
my heart," said the soda; and to work
they went, trying with all their might
to extinguish each other; fizz—went
the lemons ; fizz—went the soda; and
they went, on fizzing till there was noth.
ing of either of them left, and only a
nauseous puddle showed where tie fight
t The lawyer who stuck upon his
office door, "Gone to dinner; back in
ten minutes," might as well have added,
" I am killing myself by bolting my food
and, then trying to digest it over my pa
pers ; at forty-five I shall probably be
either a broken-down invalid .or a luna
tic ; but, in the meantime . , I am very
much at your serviCeT There is also a
ghastly humor aboutthat other story,of
a host,in a N 7/ England city, _who ask
ed his guest, at:a mid-day dipper, if he
would mind eating his pie in the street,
Its they w.alked &len.
For the Mariettian
Cold Water Arrows.-1 4 4. 2.
" Pnt him -down in the bill 1"
Two fellows at a tavern, having sum
moned the waiter to furnish-them with
driiik, - ;the poor man had scarcely enter-_
ed tii6 bar when he fell down in a fit of
apoplbxy. "He's dead I" exclaimed one.
" He'll come to," replied the other.
Dead for five hundred 1" said the first..
".Done,"-retorted the second. The noise
of the fall and the confusion which. fol
lowed brought up the landlord, who
called out to "fetch the Doctor." " No,
no t we must have no interference," ex
claithed these wretched worshippers of
the Rum-god. " There's a - bet depend
ing." A bet depending 1 A bet against
a life of a man 1 a bet against a soul 1
Who but -a drunkard could conceive of
such hard-hearted villainy ?_ W hat de
mon from the lower pit but the " Whis
key Demon" could inspire men with
such diabolical frenzy ? " But sirs,"
said the landlord, " I shall lose a valu
able servant." What think yOu was'
answer ;—there with that stricken fellow
mortal's life - trembling in the balance of
a fearful uncertainty? Prompt relief
from a skillful physician might stay the
fatal arrow from Death's quiver; might
cause the vital flood to course freely. nce
more through those swollen veins ; might
resuscitate that now well nigh breath
less body—but " no, no, there must be
no interference." Never mind his value ;
as to his soul let him settle that account
with-God. " We'll pay you for his ser
vices. Never mind, never mind, you
can put him down in the bill." Yes, this
is what they said. "Tut him down in
the bill 1" ah I fear there will be some
'ffretulful items put down in the bill,
when God comes to reckon at the-judge
went with the drunkard and the drunk
ard maker ; when " the Books shall be
opened." Even now • the Recording
angel is noting down in that huge journ-.
al some dreadful charges, facts and
figures written in tears and groans and
blood, that will form bills of account
from which the boldest debtor may well
start back aghast; aye, they will stand
one day as counts in bills of indictment
before God's dread Tribunal, which will
cause the guilty culprits to call for the
rocks and hills to fall upon them.
Oh methinks I see that awful scroll
unfolded on which is written, like the
prophet's roll ". within and without, la
mentations and mourning and woe," and
when 'tie asked by the Judge of all the
earth, " Who caused all this woe and
crime and death. Who slew all thess ?"
The answer will be, the grand present
ment of that grandest of juries t "These
are the fruits of drunkenness and drunk
ard making. These are the well authen:
ticated records of Intemperance, and for
these the drunkard, and those who made
him so are responsible." .
" Put it-down in the bill " that this
fearful vice with the horrid traffic that
sustains it, "has made wives, widows;
children, orphans ; fathers, fiends, and
all of them paupers and beggars." " Put
it down in the bill r —write it in the
debtor column over against the name of
each drunkard and each rumaeller of
that apostate world that is now to be
judged that " it has cut down youth' in
its vigor; manhood in its strengthosnd
age in its weakness. It has broken the
father's heart, bereaved the doting moth
er, extinguished natural affection, erased
conjugal,love, blotted out filial attach
ment, blighted parental hope and brought
down mourning age in sorrow to the
" Put it down in the bill," that has
" burned up man, consumed woman, de
tested life, cursed GOd, despised Heaven,
and defied the judgements' of the great
day." And then as the awful indict
ment is read out in the presence of the
assembled universe and confirmed by
the testimony of ten thousand times ten
thousand witnesses, from every land on
our globe, the judge will pronounce but
the sentence of strict and terrible jus
tice, ass he says: " When I was an
hungered ye gave me no meat ; bat fed
my poor with tears and curses; when I
was thirsty ye gave me no drink, that
would quench thirst, but poured a boil
ing, surging tide of liquid poison .into
homes where some of my redeemed have
died by. starvation and neglect the result
of your fiendish.wickeduess. I was na
ked in the person ,of- thousands whom
your traffic and vice stripped of every
vestige of comfort, -and- ye- clothed me
not; insimncli as ye clothed not but , rob:
bed those " little ones" that periehed.
was sick end 'ye visited me not, I was
in prison and ye came not unto me.
Then perhaps even such wretches may
attempt to viiitlicate tbernielires byway
OL. th.-NO. 6.
ing :` " When saw weibee hungry, thirs
ty, naked, sicyor in prison and did not
minister unto thee:" Then shill the
King atid judge answer and say unto
them, as with a withering frown of right
eous indignation he points to thousands
of once poor, but now redeemed and
ransomed women and
. children, who
went down to untimely graves, the cold,
naked, starved and beaten victims of
Strong Drink. lie will say, " Inasmuch •
as ye did it net—this kindness—unto
the least of these, my brethren, my sis
ters, my mothers, ye did it not unto me."
"Inaeinuch as ye did it all—this work
of natold desolation—to these my sis
ters, to these my children, ye did it unto
me. Depart, depart ye cursed into ev
erlasting fire, prepared for the devil and
his angels." W. A. F
Marietta, September 4, 1866.
INFLUENCE OF AFFECTION.—Tbere is a
good deal of canting about involuntary
affection in the world, and all that ; but
a young lady should never let such fool
ish notions enter her head. She should
allow the pride of conscious strength of
mind to keep her above every foolish,
vain and nonsensical preference towards
this precious fop, and that idle attend
ant on a lady's will. She should lay it
up in her heart as an immutable princi
ple that no love can last if not based
upon a right and calm estimation of
good qualities ; or at least, that if the
object upon which it is lavished be not
one whose heart and whose head are
both right, misery will surely be her
portion. A sudden preference for a
stranger is a very doubtful kind of pref
erence, and the lady who allows herself
to be betrayed into such a silly kind of
affection, without knowing a word of the
man's character or hie position is guilty
of indiscretion which not only reflects
unfavorably upon her good sense, but
argues badly for the nature and ground
work of that affection.
liar Be content to attend to duties as
.they arise ; take them as they are sent
by Providence. Every moment brings
its own responsibilities ; and man's wis
dom, in this world of sin, of sorrow and
of death, consists in cheerfully using
present comforts and diligently attend
ing to present duties. Let the crumbs,
the fragments of time, be gathered up,
that nothing be lost.
car You are a coward if afraid to tell
the truth when you should do so. You
area coward if you insult the weak.
You are a coward if afraid to do right,
if you shrink from defending your opia
ion, from maintaining that which you
know to be just and good ; and you are
especially a coward if you know certain
things of yourself and care not to own
them to yourself.
One of a party of friends, referring to
an exquisite musical composition, said,
" That song always carries me away
when I hear it." "Can anybody sing it 2"
A romantic young. man says that a
young woman's heart is like the moon ;
it changes continually bat it always has
a man in it.
Punch says, "We do not believe in
spiritealism or magic, but the other day,
a veracious witness actually saw a young
man turn into a public house.
"I stand upon the soil of freedom."
cried a stomp orator. "No 1" cried his
shoemiker, " you stand in a pair of shoes
that have never been paid for."
What is the difference between a mis
chievous mouse and a beautiful young
lady ? One harms the cheese and the
other charms the he's.
Why is a convalescent dyspeptic like
a reprieved criminal ? Because he can't
A youth declares that hie sister is so
tender hearted she can't be induced to
strike a light.
Woman is said to be a mere delusion,
but it is sometimes pleasant to hag de.
Nature bee granted to all to be happy
if we did but know how to use her ben
The easiest and best way to expand
the chest is to have a good heart in it.
The faculty - of reason, like that of
memory, is lost by lack of exercise.
Why 16v like a Scotch plaid ? It
is all stuff and often crossed.
Who le the firstperson mentioned in
the' bible ? Jenny Sig.
It is beauty's-privilege' to' kill time,
.%tuft for Zir