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ALBANY, OREGON, MAY 31, 1872.
-I fl II ,1 II II I
l'ClH.lslIKn i:vn:Y hiibay,
Dy COLL. VAX CLEVE,
In register buildings,
Coratt Forty ami 'irxt 6"rmt.
To the Citi2cn of
Brownsville and vicinity.
Olio yen -
Ton it' Ills.
Tronslem advertisements, per snnnre of
U'H lines or leas, flrsl Insertion 2:cach
subsequent insertion Jl. Larger edvetv
H-cincnts inserted on the most libcntl
I i ci
Having received new type, stock of col
ore! ink, cur ls, a tloruon jobber, etc., we
lire prc;uvd to execute nil kinds of print"
tng (n n better manner, and nifty per cent
cheaper than ever before offered in this
Ay ."nt itor the Register.
The following gentlemen nrc authorized
to receive una receint for suliscriptions,
advert islm:, eta, for the It koistkh :
llhum smith, iinrrlsimrg.
O. P. Tompkins, Ilnrrlshnrg.
Peter Hume. Brownsville.
V. 11. Kirk, Brownsville.
.1. R. Irvine. Seio.
T. II. Reynolds, Salem,
L. P. Fisher, Hon Francisco.
I). P. Porter. Sliedd'. StHtinn.
Fletcher A Wells, Bncnii Vlstn, Polk Co i
Clias. Xickell, Jucksonvllle.
check iit siuht.
Interest nl Urwrd on time deposit In roin.
r..cimiiK" on ronmnu, Mm Francisco,
unit Sow 1 ark, tot sale at lowest nitcs.
Collections madeand prompt Ivremitted.
Refers to B. W. Corbett, Henry Failing,
Vi . S. I,udd.
Ranking hours from s A. M. to I P. M
Albany, Feb. I, kffMfctvfl
MO.MIOE & STAIUER,
rP h K ixdershjxed won.D ax
, . JY'!m,'VJ,,a' they are IX I sKPKNI d.'XT
A Mil DATKS for the purchase of nil the
W O O Xj
they enn get, for which they will pny the
Highest Mnrkcl Price
In Cash ortJoods. Also, they have a full
A BtMenl Slop.
rinyhig on a harp with a thousand
strings was no comparison to it.
Well, Til tell you.
I hoarded, I got along very well
With the exception of a trouble In an
adjoining room- In that room dwelt
it genius a musical mum.
lie was a welKregiilaled young man
otherwise than h,,l,,. ,. ii
EM I! A 1, M E C H A 51 0 1 8 E blookllf ad. 1 In t.mt r., . 1. ' .I
h'("wi or PRoi!r'TlT Bt towurt mm-I''f ! "":'1 lmve ""I
Kiitk, nt'ME A co. I 'lisv,'niWespn-s.sloiiviisana(
I". N. ( nil oil lis bt lure pl.isliur far COWeOll. It Was a hllim miiinleno
. nin a 101x1 one.
j This young man's name was ITMbJ
. u-i. je wnva wrong voting man,
I and Uie way he tiki work tlie bellows
1 w as a caution to reeds. Also to nerves
' w ith ears attached to tliein.
i 1 Ids young aspirant for fame knew
overy tune mat was ever written
Starch So, H&ma
Monuments, Obelisks, Tombs,
Head und Foot Stone,
j. II, um itH.i.. -t. x. nu.pii.
imtcheel & noLPH,
Attorneys mid tonus lor nt I.nw,
Oi ILK IITOHS IX CIIAX Kit Y ANDPROC- !
' tors in a haimltv. Urlloo over the old
sst otlki', Front slrirt, Portland. Owoa. '
J. C. IWI J.. KblKK.
POWELL iV ! LI .",
AlT:m j nud uitiisi lurs at Law,
Nl) 80UC4TOB8 IX CIIAXCEHY (I,, j
J Kilmi noiary puhliel, AlUmy, llnwn.
ColliH'ttonsand couveyanees pruniptly ai
tended to. 1 j
N, n. en A.voit. K, n. iifMpiiHicv.
-U;0!!t & IILIHPRHEY,
AtlorniyN mid Counsellors at Law,
Office in Parrish brick, up stall's. 5vl
I c 1111 on I
ItKAtCII SHOP AT AI.1IAW.
J. R. 1IER1M., t 1 Proprietor,
A 0A1X, AT THE OLD PEACE OX
Front st roe 1, proposes to turnisb all
who annh- wilh nlf I.- in iK . IK uu ... ti...
lowest market mtes. By strict attention I M'hat time, he was not eating sleen
to bnatness he hone to iHe ireneinl satis. i,,
faction tonll who mav favor him with a
call. L-jriiighest "laraet price mid for
POI l'lRY. J. R. IIKRROX.
Nix lilies South of Albany, linn to,
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
ISOMCTT THE ATTENTION OF ALE 1
persotudeslrlna to purchuse fmlt trees
tn iill and examine mv slis'k, wlilch is
pomnoana of the larffit ami liest. selisttlon I
In the Wu'e, consistinft of apiikis, pears,
cherries, plums, prunes, granc, blaeklier-1
rles. en mint a und roses. Also, black and 1
white walnut, English walnut, hickory, '
liecan, rudbud, honey locust. hoekbsrrV.
and a number of other varieties of trees did't get another to imetlnP nn n-klk
and plants toojnimeroustomenlion.au of , hut 10 urailUe Ml While
which are oil'ercl at low rates.
1IEXKY W. SE'iTLEJIIRE.
Dec. 17, 1870-M
ing or engaged in nhwtu heenn
aeon, he was whistling' tliese tunes.
He could whistle them better flian
he could play them, and he wasn't
much of n whistler, either.
I have considerable christian for
bearnnce, even for an aceordeonist. I
went to bed with cotton in my ears
regularly forUx months, without
growling, hoping all the while that he
would either learn to plav, or tliat
some accident would happen him.
tie Durst tne ueiiows ol Ins internal
machine one night, and I managed to
get to sleep at midnight, 1 Imped It
would take at least a month to repair
me inmg, unc 111 ue hanged if he
diEO. W.GRA1, I. 1)
riRADFATK OF CINC1X
VT null Jicnlill College,
milker S r ml AVicdial Jin-
iitweti Stylet 11 ft r Ar
lljteial T :l. Illso, does AM.
work in the Hue (it Ills profession in the
law! and moil aplttoved method, and at as
reasonable rates a can be had elsewhere.
Nitrons Oxide administered for the pain
less extraction of teeth if desired. Office in
Parrish brick block, up B'airs. Residence
sir a lioust'soiHhif (kmgr3ailonilchnrch,
Iron ting on conrl house block. J72-ls
JiDOW. M. B. CRANK.
nOW & CRAKE,
Boot, Shoes, nud Efudiugs
TXVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE
1 public to their lull s'ock of the latest
styles in gentlemen's and youth's boots,
shoes, gaiters, Oxford ties, etc., etc., as well
asto the very latesl thing out in the line
of ladies' and misses' gaiters, bnliiioraK
Newport ties. Antoinette buskins, and
many other new and fashionable styles,
Just received at the City Ikmt Store, Which
they will sell as rapidly a Ihev can find
purchasers w ho wish UrsUtkus goods at
the most reasonable rates. They respect
fully invite you to come and see their
s (s'k. Hoots, shOOSCettt, tnudeor reaircd
to order, and all work warrunM,
CITY BOOT STOKE, FIRST STREET,
First door West of Register UuUd's .
Of Every Dcscrlptlou,
A LB AW, OREGON.
and all styles of
Wagon, C'nrriugett, Hacks,
HIS was IHdtig ineiidet . unc t. was
wor.-c than his own.
The original melody returned at the
end of a week, and thttt glad genius
held high carnival thereat. He
made night hideous, he felt so good.
Patience, for accident or the devel
opment of that musical bud. ceased to
be a virtue. Tltoe who Would he free
themselves must strike the blow; I
resolved to strike.
The door of his room was always
0X'it, and a jierson could enter during
the day and inspect that musical tor
ment if he wanted to. 1 wanted to.
1 procured an ounce of powder. I
1 UK words W'kIsk. It has heeti
calculated that our language, Includ
ing the nomenclature of the arts and
Mences. contains 100,000 wouLs; yet
of this Immense number It is surpris
ing how few are in common use. To
the great majority, even of educated
men, three-fourths of the. words are
as unfamiliar as Oreek or Hebrew
Htnke from tlte lexicon all tlte words
unit are nearly obsolete all the words
of special arts or professions all tlie
nonis conntieti in tlieir usage to ivir
ticular localities-all the words which
even the inlncaled speaker uses In nnlv
llllll 1! i.i . . I II, t . . y
!""" ousc.s lllltl 1 IS astotll-ll-
Ing Into what a Lilliputian volume
yoitriirobdogntigian Webster or Walk
er will have shrunk. It lias been cal
culated that a child uses only about
oue-hilndrwt Words; awl unless h..
belongs to fiieethajatetl clns. ho will
never employ more than three or four
A distiiigoisbisl aehnkr odftmato,
that Ibw speakers or writers uso as
many as ten thousand words ; ordina
ry persons of fair Intelligence, not
over four thousand. Even, the great
orator who is able to bring into the
Held, in the war of words, half the
vast army of light and heavy troops
which the vocabulary alfonls, yet con-
uaus iiiinseti wnn a tar less Ira posing
display of verbal force. Even al
knowing Milton, w hose wealth seem
amazing, and whom Dr. Johnson
charges with using "a Babylonian dia
lect." uses only eight thousand, and
Niakcspeare himself, "Uie uivriad-
mnOM, only fifteen thousand,
lhese tacts show that the dilllettlty of
mastering tlte vocabulary of the new
tongue is greatly overrated ; and they
show, too. how ahsnrd is the loat or
every new dictioitarv maker that hi.
kvoeahnlary contains so many tbonsand
words mure thtui those of his predecessors.
A Slight -Mistake. The following
anecdote which appeared in the news
papers many years ago. is said to have
been founded on an actual occurrence.
Although it may not Illustrate the
democratic simplicity of the fioople
of Vermont to day, it" is nevertheless a
good story, and good also for many
longer 1 ne 111 tne newstianers
Blood Will TEi.i..-The Virginia
AMNJrfM o February 3d relates tliis
Ity before yesterday, when Govern
or Bradley Arrived in this city from
California, the following little scene
occurred in front of the International
Hotel: Two of Woodruff & Eimor'
coaches came In together and drew mi
in front of the hotel, hi order tn nllmv
(he iiassengcrs to alight. The Gov
ernor, who was in the leading coach,
had dismounted and was standing on
the sidewalk shaking hand am) talk
ing with friends who liad stepped lot- ,
ward to welcome him hack to Nevada.
when the passengers in t lie second
coach began to disembark. Among
the last to get out ot this coach wtw S
colored nu.u. and Ids wile, A plump
and tidy Ktliiopian matron. The
man cmie ont of the coach with his
anus so mil of baby, bvereoat and diu
nerhasket that lie was imahle to assist
his belter half to allglit. Nobotl
went to her assistauee as she stood at
the coach door, putting out first her
right font, then her left foot, turning
this side and that side, hesitating to
descend. Happening to look up at
this moment, the Governor saw and
comprehended 1 be sittiafion, when be
at once gallantly advanced and assist
ed ner to the ground. Two or three
colored men who were lounging
against an awning post at a little dis
tance had been closely observing the
little scene, ana when the Governor
had performed the bit of civility, one
ot them nudged his neightmrand said' '
'Hid yer see tlat, Cully I1 I tell yer
daKs no use o" talkm-blood will
cordeon, and I emptied the article into
tne Dowels thereof. I arranged a pre
Mission cap under the wind-valve of
that instrument, in such a manner as
to explode things if lie went to pat
ronizing that flapper Willi the sunn
I and vim that lie nsinillv hoot i,lm,.lt'
Ac, nt ns reasonable rates as the use of to.
no-1 mat","",lmul M wk J'1 I Night came and I waited the result
Repairing neatly and expeditiously done ! fteudish delight, I didn't wish to
nt low rates. 1 nmnler that man right out anil nut.
.nop on rcn-y neiween tirst and second W if I conlrl iwr,.l ,IUht H...I
- - ,,1-4,1,1,. I II. I;
ueiio, you man with a pail mid
frock, can yon inform me whether His
took out the musical stop of that Re- Honor the Governor of Vermont, re-
siues uere .- said a British officer, as
lie brought his liery born to a stand
in front of (iov. Chittenden 's dwelling.
"He does," was tlie response of ti?c
man, still wending his wav to a iiic
W. u. joi;s. m.
OFFICE OX FIRST STREET. ONE door
west 01 llroadalbln, in Bit rk hart's two
-I m y brick lup stairs), over Oeo. Tun-ell's
store, 1!i:siiikkce t urner sixth and Fcr-
I reels, AMiany, Oregon. thi-71
LEFFEL ft MiKRf
And Ueuernl Hill Marhlnery.
J, F. IUCKKNHTO, Agent,
ol v3 Allnmy, Oregon.
.n. a ncBow, w. 11, M'n i.i.oui.
. S. Ill' BOIH V. CO., 1
HAVE OX HAND AND CONSTANTLY j
receiving a largo stock of
t.roecrlcs and Provision, j
Wood and willow ware, tobacco, cigars,
confectionery, Yankee notions, clc, etc., I
Wholesale and retail, at lowest rates. j
Opposite I!. C. Hill & Son's drug store,
Albany, Oregon. ajVil
CI TV MAKKKT,
EIHST Utter, ALBANY, OREtiON,
J. L. HARRIS,
J ILL ENTEAVOR TO KEEP COX
1 1 stantly on hand a full supply of
A 1.1, units or MEATS,
I Which will lie of the very best qnulllv.
: The hiiihesi market price field for beeves,
' hogs and sheep.
I Third door west of Ferry, on south side
of First street. ... I HARRIS.
I Ainany. ncc. 15, IS71-13V4
J. V. Van Ocn iU viii M.
SALEM : : : OREGON
VfY long exnerioiiee In diseases caused.
i.i. oy nuiois. cannot he MHTaased by
any physician in Knrope or the I'niteil
s ares, untce rooma, Xos. as and tltl. over
tne I'osi nitice. ter Consultations and
examinations free uf ciucp,'. vtnSOmS
""' ''t . WST, PETER
Albany, May 10, 1872-33
Uum Abdominal Supporter
I'I'EKI.ME tt; I.I I V! OK,
even if he esittiKil
in the hospital. (
instrument of hi
with six weeks
thought I should lie doing
tiling for science and the commuiiity
That 'night lie attended a free con
cert. He went to pick up some new
tiines. He had picked up hundreds
in this way, and thin returned home
to pick them out on his accordcon.
It was about 10 o'clock that night
"Is His Honor at home?" contin
ued tlie man of spurs.
"Most certainly." replied frock.
'Take toy horse by the bit, then,"
said the "Hirer. "I have business to
transact with your master."
lo I tst the Qi Ai.irv of Wool.
A l'cxas rattier says; "Take a lock ol
wool from the sheep's hack and place
it tiioii an inch 1 me. It you can count
from thirty tofhirty-fhree of the spirals
or loltls in the space of arnliich, it
equal) in quality the finest electoral ox
Saxony wool grown. Ofoourse, when
tlie nnmter of spirals to the Inch de
miiiMt, llieoitalilv of the wool is ml.
aiivel y inferior. Many tests have been
tried, but this Is considered the sim
plest anil the bet, Coltswold airti
sonic oilier inferior wools do not metis,
tire nine spirals to the Inch. With this
test every tanner has in pnAseadoti a
knowledge which will enable him to
form a correctjiidgmentofallthl kind
of wool. There are some coarse which
experienced wind growers do not rank
as wool, but as tiniV, on account of tlie
hardness and stmightnessofthe fiber."
1 second hiddimr. the iiian
did as iviiiiestcd.and the offleer alight
ed add made his way to the door, and
IBIVB lite panel several heartv runs ! IH'tout to moii'tge
! With the butt of his whit) tor be it j nm3' ,M" ''""lined i:
I Kiiowthal in those days of republican
'simplicity, knocker and beiln, like
Bervants, were in but little use. The
ii1 " 1 uiiiue ; si in 1 lie siiiiinioiis in
Opium eating luisliecome quite eotn
mou in the U tilted .Sttites, antl ptrtii
ularly in the West. The tegjslati3
of Kentucky, in order to cheek this
practice, has jmt passed a bill that, w,
the allMivit of I wo respectable ell izens,
any persons win, through the exces
sive use of opi tin. arsenic, hasheesh,
or any other drug, hasbeooiue inout-
-an asvluni ami
llaced tmiler giHidinnsbln as in tin-
case of hhhttnal driiiikartls or Ittimtles.
Albany Collrglate InatitiKe,
ALBAXY BOOK IsTORi:
EslnbllHhed In 1H30.
EALER IX EVERY
school I look?
1 mms IXSTITPT10X WILL REOPEX OX
X Monday, September 4, IS71, wlth'a corps
I ot teachers inpable and earnest. Instruc
tion will be thorough and prnrtienl, and
! t be system of order imsurpassetl. For pai-
I R. K. WARREN. A. MU President:
1 Or,Rev,lC.I.01vARy, I). I)., Albany.
blank books, statiomsry. Hooks imported
.... .1111.1 in ,-inn mil ICC
Albany, lice, s, ls7o.
The Eyes! Tlte Ears!
T AM PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS
I ol turning; keep 011 hand and make to
order rawhlde-la-tiomed chair, and mln
fini ,?'hBo1 8hop near the "Miigt, ,ii
Mill"." JOIIX M. METZ I Fi!
Allntttgr. yoy.a.lMftl WKK.
ALBANY BATH HOEMir
rpilE I NDERSKiNED WOULD KF.
I Kl',tf'llyUiffirBitheeRli!Onsof Albany
R. T. L. Ci!OLDEi,
Oculist nud Atirlst. Albany, Oregon
1 R. tlOLDEX IS A
17 son of the noted
old opthahnlo doctor,
.s. i;. lioinen.
Dr. (lolden has had
exoerieiice In Ircntlnir
' tlie various diseases to
j which the eye and ear are subject, and feels
I conlldenl ot giving entire ssatlslnction lo
I those whoiiiaj plaoethcinsolvesaiidoi hls
care. April W, (19.
rpiIE MERITS OF THIS INSTRUMENT
A consist tn incipully in I he suptxirt. It
giv es to the abdomen and spine. Tlie lielt
)s broad, supsirtcd by suspenders -rmssii'ur
overtheshoill lers. unit lr..,,t I,. k"
sclf-genemting lialvanlc Plates, which give
a plea-ant curivnt.
it in his head.
He rushed into his room. He did
not even step to light the gas. lie
The Regulator is also Galvanic; Its Cnp 1 u'L 'T ' , W1 r,'
andNozzlesatvmadeofsiiver; Its Stem of " a He ClZtsl the aecordeotl.
Copper and Zlne,ta hollow, Umt intectlohs He ran his agile digits over tlie keys
X PAZFW tiineSj ns Lch as to st.y:
Its thumbscrew as lo meet uny mnl-po". ' "0 workeil carefully over the Voli
tion of the I tems, and Is uncqunllej in ' n,il for a few ininntes. until he had
meeting any form of female discus,. I ,,i,....,i hi. ,.., ,l....,.,..i. i. o... ..
Price, MB. l-atented Aihmiii u li .... . : '"V 11 "
(flersoii : atnl having seated the ollicer
I jaiid ascertautetl his desire to see the
iieatti inm coming up stair Whistling 1 governor, departed to inform her hus
"The lXwil's Sonata." aud I knew j hand of the guest's arrival; bntouas
that he had nicked that no and was I eertainliiB iluit the officer li.nl mada a
whistling it as he came along, to keep ; hilcliing post of lu r wishlttd, she im- lialfoisjited hud of wax unwed mav
ll ill his h I llledi Ifidv vetoi'mwl .m,l ; ..1: ......... 1 1,1 ... 1,1... K... .1, V, .. ' :
A cynical lady tn Connecticut
amuses herself with H"' polite hypop
rjsy of society, in a curious way. she
husan orange plant in her parlor whidi
'".Irs iieltla;r huil nor blossom, but she
nas nan two mil blown flowers and 1
mediately returned and informed him
that the Governor was engaged in the
jam, aim count not very well wait
upon him and his horse at Ihe.s.ime
time '. The predicament of the officer
can be better imagined than described.
W. S. VtmClevc. Centralia. Illinois.
Territory Tor Sale, or will receive
Royally for mnnufttctnre.
For State or Territorial rights lo inami
fuctnrc and sol) on the l'acldc Coast, apply
to t OLE. AX ( LEV E, Allnmy, Oregon.
ion. and then la; began to swing it ont.
The aCOOrdeon groaned, sipictiled,
AMERICAN School System. The
common school system of tlie United
Stales is. among all American Institu
tions, the one most generally respect
ed and approved. It flitters from
the barren -lalk. Her callers all ml.
mire the sweet perfttme of tlte lovelv
ffoweis, and the gi ntlemeu hive nottotil
that the bud has expamled coualdef
ably since they culled before.
whined and wheezed, lie was getting some other equally genera! and e;pially
uaiiuvu up to ins worK. lie fitityisi
Ulster and faster. The ordinary move-
DR. E. O. fsNITII, DENTIST,
HAR LOCATED IX AL
liany. and is now ready
towalt on the cllizcnsof Al
banynnil lctiiliv.i ifli 11 ucu-
lnvenlion in denial work. It con list
! supporting the plate to tho nionlh wit hunt
. ...I ..I..I..I,.. , , . , . 1 , 1 v ; w... nir: ' f ... wimiit. nn,l, IICIVHMOIT.
', 1 1 ,i SJ Mill ttt 1' ' ken cliarge of ! Those wishing arliiicial teeth arc renneat
SSfflPWi hY kfiePbig clen d to call and examine for themselves,
rooinsund paving strict iitfontinn to buM- Also, plates mended, whether imrllnllv
i.c-- r.iin iuinii an inose who mav fa
vor him with their imtroiuure. gC
heretofore nrricd on nothing but
I'irst-eliMa Ilnlr Orcnslug Satooita,
'o .".Tut '1 "tv? ",,trn wlfaetlon to
nil. ChlldranV nnd ladles' hair neatly cut
und shampooed. 1
Hnpt. 10. JOSEPH WERBKR
ii"1 1 n . .1 1 1.1 1 ,1..
I UK a ! FURS I TOM!
'pii e mriiwrr raicn iAn rs caw
I lOrallklndsof Fl'Wi. hto '"';
AIUiny, ro.t Tw
nuirfw rniu 1
I TMjtfft's ... ii
broken ordivlded. Teeth. extracted wllli
out pulu. Ohlisi ovei Turi'ell's atoix". All
work warranted. 7v4
OREOON A CALIFOBXIA RAILROAD
I oiniianv. Land Dcivn linimt lni n....,i
Oregon, Ami , 1S72.-Notice Is hereby
given, tlmt a vigorous prosecution will lie
instituted against any and ovorv person
Who trespasses upon any Hallnsid Land,
tiy cut tiuL'aiidrciiioviiiu-t I, ikiuu.,i...w.
before the same is liOl OIlToflheCouiiiu
ny AND PAID FOR. 1
All Vllilint I. mill ill n.1,1 .i.mty.k.1
tions whelliur Kiuvcycd or unsurveyod, I " 1
within a distanc of thirty miles from the I Hon
i.i.c ui uie ixaio, is'tongs to tho Comnanv
321 " Und Agent.
Corner Front and Salmon Ste.,
This new and elegant hotel, with
lew Funiitiiro Throughout,
incut of tlie bellows did not supply
wind enough to give expression to his
feelings. He resorted to the wind
He resorted to it once too often.
There was a sharp snap, followed
ny an exaggerated, explosive grunt.
There was a yell. There was also a
rattling of crockery ware and furni
ture. Also a wild shaking of win
dows a flash aud rush tbr tlie door.
I heard that musical genius bump
the several ex-tremities ol ids anatomy
on tlie floor and up against the pari i-
I heard him shout "tire!" and
'murder!" I rushed to Ids rescue.
Tlicre was every evidence of thor
ough work. Wo lit the gas aud j
sought for an explanation. " Every- j
thing in the 100111 was overturned.
That musical genius was paralyzed
with fear. He stooil trembling hi the
corner, and he hesitatingly asked me
11 uie iwuse was struck by lightning.
siicccs-iui sysictns 111 tne inter MMetMe
of contraliiatloii, which is one of it
most remarkable characteristics. It
differs from many other American In
stitutions In the efficiency And purity
of its administration, in the general
absence of Jobbery, and of bad ap
pointments and unjusti liable removals
prompted by motives of political par
ty ; and w hile almost every other nart
of the political system of the country
litis provoked Ute severest comment's
of Americans, and Is considered, by
the U'st informed and thoughtful
among them, as implying rather a
reproacn 10 uemocraev than an evi
dence of its successful working. 110
voire has ever been raised against tlie
common ncnoois. ah Americans are
justly proud of them; nearly all prove
their confidence in tlien'i by tlie
strongest of all tests that of sending
their children to receive tin? earlier
part of their education therein. They
are the objects to which every travel
er's attention is invited, and on which
OPF-- TO THK ft 11..K .
FM. WADBWORTH will give prompt
attention to nil orders for Puper
janging, Cnlocmlntiig, Decomllng, c. In
jbUclty or vicinity. All work executed
rathe latest stylo, tn tic liest manner, and
t lowest i vlnir intwi Kt-llivlcis. lint nt
Farnilnre Warerooais of Chas. Mealev will
IWlve proiiipt attention, Jth 4
.ata for tlie n ei'o u. iu odatton
rREK COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Come und lee La.
There wasn't enoturh of that atvor-1 the allectlon and interest oftbe ieoi
deon left to make a respectable tooth are untlaggiiiglyand unfailingly fixed,
pick of. 1 turned to look at the geni- U must be remembered that, similar.
us. He certainly looked as though he , il not identical, as the system is
laid lieen struck by lightning or some-1 throughout the greater part of the
thing nulte as effective. His mom- j Union, it is a matter with which the
tnclaJ was gone ; Also his eyelashes j Federal Government lias no concern,
aud eyobrowe. Ills hair was shorter ; but which is entirely within the iuris-
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Dr. Franklin's Toast tit-.
Franklin once dined with the English
and French ambassadors, when tlR
following toasts were drunk:
The British ambassador said:
"Kngland the sun whoso bright
beams enlighten And Icrtdizc the re
motest corners of the earth.
The French ambassador, glowing
with national pride, but too polite to
dispute the previous toast, drank:
"France tlte moon whoso mild,
gtettty and cheering lays are the de
light of all nations. Cdiisonng them
in darkness, and making their drcAri
Dr. Franklin then arose, and. with
his usual dignified simplicity satih 1
"George Washingtou-the Joshua
wliocomm-mdoil the sun and moon tn
stand still, and they obeyed him."
than it was, and his whole ujake-up
looked sadly out of joint.
The persecuted boarders gathered tn
his room. They voted it 'a musical
mystery. Tlte landlady said it served
him right for playing the DeriVt Son.
at, while the others concluded that it
was all owing to bis throwing so niueU
feeling into his execution.
I told Mm I thoupht it was tlx. w ork-
of the spirit of Ute dead composer, who
diction ot the several States.
The system had Its origin in Jiew
Kngland, and did not find its way in
to the Empire State until It had been
tried and proved iu Connecticut and
elsewhere Loiuhn Qatwdag Kerieic.
'1'be latest theory concerning the fte.
qaent Arcs which occur In nine ftttuSL
in slimmer, Is that they arc caused bv
tho nelt,1, nflliacniil. AitL. -. '
cwild stand the tortuit, no lona arut I SS k" , ,r r,," ' y ?. 'Tfr
1u this the genius aiaveamilcoi .. ,fl rZ, KkZZ -22 JCTS
cide, for ha juts abantfoned inttde aridi ibur.au leuseA iJSi2EZi2L2.
ow wasuy engaged in cultinthw s ton, which, of course, vZaSttZXRr
eye winked, aad hair eo h'ts upjier MtL no8 the infbtrrtmTblc nSSSff '
Botson the Farms.IIm author
of Work and Play pays the following
tribute to farmers boys: "Say what
you will qbout the genera) usefulness
of boys it Is my impression that the
farm without a boy would very soon
come lo grief. He Is the factotum, al
vays in demand, always cxieeted ro
do the thousand indispensible things
tint iiolsidy else will do. Fjion , him
tiill all the odds and ends, the tnost
difflcult thingi. After everybody eW
is through he has to finish up.
His work Is like a woman's per
petually waiting on others. Every
body knows how much easier it fc"t.
eat a good dinner than to wash the
dishes afterwards. Consider wliat a
lioy on a farm is required to do
tilings that must be done or life would
1 1 - . ' . f, Mm
Mr. T. W inkle having married Mtss
Starr, iuGeorghi recently, the SaVtmali
A w epithnlainiatesyKiimir with "T,
"hikiti, T. Winkle, lttleHtair
Opinion U the main tiling itrhfeh
does good oHiarin h the Workl. Tt
b-aurMse ouinious of tblnga Wide!,
' " Wlfts' 0d iTHlc,
most even temoeM woman
orhi-sht! Is itJvrar'marV'