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ALBANY, OREGON, Jl'IA' 5, 187:!.
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iTi!i.:;-m ii kvkuv runiAv,
By COLE. VV ('EE YE,
IN REGISTER BUILDINGS,
Corner i'.n'.yo.t Pint H't-u.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
One year Throe dollars,
Six months Two dollars.
(Single copies Tun cent.
Transient advert iseniunts. per sijnnrc (f
in linos or iess, first insertion pJ iu
subsequent Insertion tl. Larger adver
tisement liberie I on fha most liberal
Raving receive I now typo, stock "f col
ored Inks, cards, a Morion Jn'iMor, cie wo
nru prepared tot-xcenteall Khvlael print
ing In n better manner, and fifty per cent
cheaper than over boforo otftiwii In Uu
Agent for "e BcRKIer.
Tho following nentlotnetinre BUtlvorUaid
to receive ami reWtW (or sitlierlpllo.
adverl lafofr, etc., for Ibc RWI WTKII :
lliiiun Smith, Hamsbnrg.
0. P. Tompkins, Hiirrisbur,.
Peter Home. Browne ille.
W. It. Kirk. ptwnsvIUv.
j. It. Irvine. Selo,
T. II. RoynoMs, Salem.
U, I'. Fisher, S.11 Francisco.
ji. p. Porter, Site idaStution.
Fletcher 4 wells, Bnena Vlst, folk to
Cliaa, Kicked. Jacksonville.
1. 11. min iu m.. n. i i.i'it-
rant .-meee & noa.s'n, 1
Attonieys on'l tounarlon nt Ian,
OOI.lCBfOBftIXCHAW;KKY ANrtl'UOt 1
n tors inn tuilraity. OBIee over I in old
pool oiiUn'. t'.-'iiii stiwt, Poitland, oivson.
i. C. 1MW KM.. ' ! LUJK.
IMHVEIJ' ft FLIXX,
Attorneys and IVmiitrtorti nt l.iw,
M SOLUTTiHtS IN CHAX't'EHY I..
Klimi notary puliltc), Albany, Oregon.
CoUeettoiuiiuid conveyaueoa ptotnptl) at-
tendetl to. I '
y. H.CltAKcn. . a urvi i v.
o!:iry Public. :
tKAXOH & HUMPIIHEV,
Attorneys nnl t'otinselioi-s at I.nW,
Ofil'-e in ParrWl brit-k, up s'.uirs 5vl
' iEO. 'V.'KAY, . B. W.,
t 1! Mil-ATI-; III-' CIXCIV
1 nail Ueti'.al l.'ol'w,
UialeM .SVrraf S waivl lm-jirol-
1 Shi!:s,f PlaVti r Jr-
work In the luie ot bl proteiion in tbe
best and mosl approved met bod, and at "
reaaouanlo iiiUm ran iw bad eiwirlteiv.
Nllwine Oxide administered for the ihiIIi-li-MicKttnctioiiof
teetb Ifdoirtre'l. Ottleeln
I'arrlall brick block, up SiiilrH, Rtnldeiu'c
fronting on eottrl hoiwu liloi'k. j7Mi
W. ii. JOVES, M. 11.,
KttCE OS FIUST sTItKKT. iKdoor ,
c.-t of Jt.'o.i laibln, m lliirkhart two
morv brick tttli stali
, Ml l'OKu;vri n.'i
ver tleo. Turreirs
Mclbixltxt clmn b, All)an,v,Or.
LEFEEL. A MYERS'
Wat GVyOS7"txo els
Aud Menernl Mill Machinery.
J. F. BACKKXSTO. Ascnt.
MtS Allniny, Oretfon.
V. . m ta ts. w. n. MVri.i.Mit.
Ji, s. m BOIH & CO.,
HAVE OX TIAXO AXI CONSTANTLY
roceiviujl a large stmk of
:roceri s mid lrovilons,
tVHil and willow ware, tonaW'o, cigars,
confectionery, Yankee notions, etc., etc.,
n bole-ale ami retnll, nt lowest lutes.
Opposite It. C. Hill t Sin's drug store.
AUiany, Oregon. :Clv4
ALBA XI' BOOK STORE
Established In I Sou.
B. A. ErvclniMl,
OEALEB IN EVEIi Y VAltlKTY OF
nilseellaneo'is lssiks, si-bool books,
blank luk aiatt iuaety. . Books iniiMirie 1
lo order nt short not in1. , at.
Mlwnv, Boo, S, litIO,
i i Yj;iiy -;i8
.vVh- nv ft,
I AM PKUPAREO TO DO ALL KIM Is
n( tUftltniu kixnt oil band and llllike lo
nj'ljir mvbt0.c-''ttoni"l chairs. met spin
litnar wlteeln. tthnri ihur the "MaiimTlh
MIIIS. JIIII.X M. .Uh l.l.l.li.
any, Nov. s.lsiisq
AIJIWY RATH HOI'Mj;,
rittf (f WRpltfN k'H tttun.h i:e
s vei till ty tnferni 1 h(u4tt ns i d A ii .an v
and vicinity ibat be bus taken charge of
Ibis o-'abliliment, and by kwntlng clean
roouis and prfVuig atrh1! attention to busl
mt livneola to suit nil thrwe who may fa
vor hbn sflili their patronage, lluving
heretofore Krrlod on nolhlng but
jiFlBM-iflmta II.Hi lies smw ynionua,
Tie el.:'els ..Ve prill TO (nllsfBellon to
aU. ' blldrenHind ladb-s' lmir neatly cut
iH. JtWEPIl WEBBER.
nms ! purs; rvtnni
BANK I N G
nKf'SlTS I1RCKIVK0 st lijEcT TO
Hierk hi sight.
Interest nllowc 1 on tim-.'depnsils'm coin.
Exchange on Portland. Sun Frainiseo.
and Sow York, for sale at lowed rates.
( hllect inn- him lean l proiirptlv rciuittc I.
Refers i" II. V. Corbett, Uvnry Falling,
W. S. I.M'l.l.
Bunking hours front A. M. tot l. M.
Albany, fob, I. 1m" 1-83
MO ROE & STAIIJEM,
.UonuiucntK, Obelisks, Torubs,
Head and Toot Stones,
lCsct-u cl i:i
BRAM U Midi1 AT A!.;:av.
J, 0 W. M. il. ( HANK.
ROW & t K.WH,
Bot, Shoeti, ant! Viadisigs
ISVIT1S THK ATTKXTUIN III' T1IK
1 public to tliolr lull ki i -k of tin- latest
sivUs in jentkmics'B and mntll'd boots,
slims. ualtec, Oxford tics, etc., etc.. as well
as to the very latest Ihlna out in tlio line
of la lies' and niis-cs gaiters, bnlntorala,
Newport ties, Antoimtle bunkina, and
many otuev new and fashionable sljles,
j wi iei-ei rod at the City Boot 8;oro, which
tboy will sell iu rapidly luoy can lind
punhuaorS who wim tlist-ela-is gond at
the must rea-MiiKi'ile rateii. Tbey resjiect
lullv Invite you to come nod see their
.ock; IkKis'. Hlioes.etc, made or rojtairetl
to order, aiel I'll tri rk nvtmnt'.tL
CITY BOOT STOBK, ITBST K1HKKT,
First door West of KesUter BiiIIiI'k.
V I T V M A U K KT,
Finrr mkixt, aijbaxy, onEuox,
J. I, HARRIS,
ril.l. ESDKAVOR To KEEP COX-
; suit ly on luiad u lull supply ol
AJA titMts Ol' SUATH,
W'bllh will !' of tbe very heat quality.
The bhtlicst market price, paid for beeves,
Third door west of Ferry, on sntb aide
of Kirs; sireot. J. 1,. II Alibis.
Albany, Her. lj, l.Sil-l.lvt
J. W. Van ftii Brrieii M. D.,
jSAT.EM : : : ORKGOX.
MY Ion.' expi'l'lcnee in diseases caused
by V'OItMS. cannot lie snn nssed by
any phytleln in Kuvopc or the Vniteil
mates, ttlttec rooms, Xos. m an t 33, over
the Post ottliv. Hrfmaultntlomi and
' eMiiulnation.si'i'f churn : vtnlWtUfl
j Albuny l'ollrf;lnlc IiiMtidilo,
AMI AN V, OUMiOX.
i 'I'lllS INSTITI TUIN WILL RKOPKXOX
I I Mnntlay8ipteinlHrt, liCl, wil ha corps
of (eaejtors capable and earnest. Iustruc
lion will tie thorough and piitencnl, ami
' tbe system of order unsurpassed. For par-
Ii. K. WAIillKN. A. M .. I'ri'sMent :
Or.UX't.i;. B.tlKAItY. J). D .Albioiy.
T!k Eves Tlio Eari!
Dir. T. L. OLIl,
O'ulikl and Aurlst, A tWiny , Oregon.
01!. tiOI.IKN is A
son of the noted
old ombalnUu doi'tor,
s. i;. Hoiuen.
lb, (iolden lias liad
exiHM'lenei ill trolling
I I'oiitl.liTit of glrliiif eirtlre MrliAtHNni to
! I hose wlio may place i hem-elves under bis
Ultra.. April IS, (tit,
t , ,i; .... ..
OR. E. O. HMITII, OE.VTIST,
ItAS LOCATED IV At
1 I hanv, an I is now ready
Inventlrm In denial work. It (oniWln
support hut thll nlAtelothe month without
eoverinif the whole nsif, as licretofore.
Those wishtna aelltlclal teeth art) request
ed to cad and oxamlno for Ihemseli es.
Also, plates mondc.l. wltother partially
hrnken ordiviiici. reciii.exrrncie I u n-
il. )!:? 7vt
' oven Jeu-It'.b N store. A
i i'ttot i'-Ssaittiii,;, I'altteiuiniiiii:,
17 M. WAI SWORTIC wlil giv6 prompt
. altoiilion to all oriel's for Pupcr-
bunging, Culci'tnmlng, lieeomllng. &e.. in
! ihisellv or vlclnltv. All work exisuted
at. lUSI nvlAjrWTfrliSrs'Wat
Furniture Vanrooins of Clios. Meuley wlH
rwclvc jift.mpl attftition, : J(W
To tho Citizen of
Brownsville and Vicinity.
T ii k i'xi i;i(suixi;n wnri.it- ax-
, 1 uouueo that lltcv are lXDEPRNUENT
I I'AXTMnOATKS for the pnrcbnso of nil I ho
1 tbey ran get, for wliloii thoy will rny 1 lie
1 Highest Market Price
in Cash or Good. Also, tbey Imve 11 full
I stock of
t. s: n : ii a 1. H K RCtlA N 11 I x 1:
on hand, which tjhoj pifer al lowest rate
KIRK, TIt MK A CO.
I K. tall on cm in-fore closing lor
, RniwnsviUe, Man-It "TJ-lintiill
3. R. IIIvKHON, i : Proprietor, I
AOA1X, AT THE OLD PLACE ON
iV Front stiiM't, pio-os,'S to lltrnlsll ail
who apply wii b ii!l kinds of MEATS, at I be j
lowest market rules. By striei attention j
io bu-ine-s ho hopes lo give general saii-s.
facttmi toall who may favor him with a
call, ftir Highest market price phld for l
POUL'IKY. J. It. HEItltoN. I
SETTEEMIBE'S M RKERY,
Rlx MIL s Kouth or Albnuy, Llnu Co.,
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
I SOI.K IT THE ATTENTION OF ALL
L persons desiring jo pm-cba-e fruit trees
to call and examine my sto.-k,"vhi h is
i-oiiiposed of tlie largest and best selection
in tile Stale, eonsisiing of apples, jwars.
cherries, plums prunes, grajies. blnckbcr-
2rSTSitOMi.J lewas studying it. If
jK'.an, relbml, lioney loeust, backtierry,
and a number of other varieties of trn's
and p'a.n- too numerous to inomhsn, all tf
which arc offered at low rales.
HEXRT W. SETTLEJI1KE.
Dee. 17. 1870-11
MAM I AITl CI'.lt OP
Of Every lleseriptiou,
MANi FAl TI KES TO
and all styles of
01(1 -ER ANY
Wagons, Carriage, Hacks,
Ac, at as reasonable rates as tho ice of
good materia! and urs!c!uS3 vuirk wilt jus
tify. rtdpairlng neatly andexietlltlouslj done
at low nttes.
Shop on Ferrv belween Kii-sf and flpeOod
streets. WM. PETERS.
Albany, May in, 187311
DR. VAM'I.EYE S
I TIUUNi: BEUI XATOlt.
rpilE MERITS OF THIS INSTRUMENT
1. consist principally In the snnport ii
gives to the abdomen and spine. The belt
is broad, supported by snwndor passing
overinestioiiiitei's, nii't Kept in siuipe US
sclf-genomtlngltalvaiiic Plat es,whlcli give
a pleasant current.
emulator is'utso flalvnnlpi Us Cup i
and Nojilesare made of Silver; itsSU'in.of
Copper and .inc. Is hollow, that Injections
may lie thrown through It, or Into the peek
of the I tems. It can lie so regulated by
lis llunub-scivw as to meet any mn!-pos-tion
of the I'teru, and Is niUtqtMllol in
meeting any form of female disiase.
Prieo, ti'i. Patented August 1.1, IS7I, by
W. s. Van Clove, Cent rnliu, Illinois.
'l'errUory for Sale, or will rerlve
Hoynlly for ninnurnrture.
For Slate or Territorial rights to ninnu
(hettire and sell on Hie Pnoiuc Coast, appiy
to COLL. VAN CLEVE, Albany, Oregon. '
OKEOON & CALIFOIINIA RAlLROAlt
Cotupany. Ism I Dejinriiiicnl.Poriland
(livgou. April II, 1S71. Notice is lien'by
given, ibut a vigorous pros;':uilou will In?
Institute I again st any and every person
who trospiisses tijam any Itallrond Lund,
bycuttliigandrcnioving timber; herefrom
bcfori' the same Is ROl tiHTol IlictMiiil'a
ny AND PAID FOIL
All vacant Land In odd numlu'ivl soe-
nons, wiieiner -urveye t .or iin-iirvovud,
within n distance oTtliirly'niiles frnin nto
line of the road, belongs To the I ouiiianv.
y r. .mi shies,
. Sivltf Laud Agent,
j . ) -hLlf
H O T E L .
Corner Front and Salmon Sl.,
This ncv;and elegant hotel, wiili
Xcw Furniture Throughout, ;
OPUX'IO THE IH HM4'.
uiu for the neroiuuimlntion
FREE COACH TO THE HOVSK.
Come and See Ea.
OcU TMvV " SPaKSiEB IN
BY HELEN- 1'. .1 EN KINS.
1 " It is ,VI iltmo for money and
nutoriety ! This ' working for a
I lii.tiiilc.'as you call it, is al! a
si am, (jrajiia," saitl .Mr. S.iuforti.
j Gracis Im'l lieen speaking in
tcrma of tlio highest roveroi ce of
! ot .e of (be givat reilirintTs and ma
ttimyf tlie day. tore apait,
excitedly, the cluster of blossoms
she lieid, l.er face Hushed with in
j dignatimi. Mr. Sanfi nl coolly
watched the effect of hin wonk
At last she kked np, conttdei.t
i ly, and said :
iff. Saiiford, it is very unkind
j to distrust people's motives as ymt
do. I wouldn't tbr all the world,
tee penple with your eyef.'1
you net mistake wisdum,
and nice critical analysis for dis
: trust ? " said Sanlord, ctuniireiswi.g
his liis,and ieeriiig with searphlng
j eyes at 6'racta over the head of his
: cane, whieli he held to his lips, re
; ilectivcly. He had been standing
sometime near the gate ready to de
part, but the unusual conversation
held him. He l ad never before
heard this modest girl express her
self so firmly. He was astounded.
It was a new phai-c of her charac-
iked (I'racia ; he atlmi etl her intel
ligence, her beauty, her sincerity,
and the modest deference she had
heretofore shown him.
He had for some time had it in
his mind to make her his wife he
was only waiting a fitting oppor
tunity to introduce the business alid
have the matter arranged. (Vraeia.
though formerly much attracted to
this man by his mental attainments,
and his high moral character, of
late had been displeased by a cer
I tian despotism of opinion, which he
j frequently presumed to exercise,
j .She was getting a positive dislike
j to him, as she suspected that he
entertained a secret but pro 'bund
contempt for women.
Hie remembered he had never
praised a woman the trivial he
scathed; the intellectual ho gracious
ly sneered at ; tho gifted he con
demned as vain and ambitious in
tlie use of their girts. 6'racia had
gradually made these discoveries,
and silently recorded them. Never
till to-day had she ventured to
openly question tho cxccl ence of
He still stood piercing her with
keen gaze, vvhi'C a disdainful smile
sat on his lips, lie was vexed that
this woman whom he had conde
scended to love shou'd dare to criti
6'racia, unmindful of his vexa
tion, said, looking calmly into his
" I believe, Mt. Sanford, there is
a higher lookout upon human con
duct a kinder and truer one than
yours, and I am Fitre you defraud
yourself even more than you in
jur? others, by your severe judg
ments." is'uddeidy she added : " I am
going to write a Fable."
" Kxcessive wisdom is apt to find
vent in that way' he said with a
half smile, half sneer.
"Withhold your sarcasm, sir,
and come and hear it," nho said,
bowing, and retreating up the walk.
Sanf! rd hurried down the street.
j Mind to the outer world, so vexed
J was lie with Gracia's impudence.
I " She isn't the woman for my
j wife,' after all," lie thought. " She
I isn't pliable and confiding enough."
Yet, when he rememliered how lit
tle most oftho women he had kown
had pleased him, he cottcltided she
would l ave to do and she woif d
; grow less self-asserting, he thounht,
when she had a firm mawuhtie hand
(iracia stood in her room with a
curious smile on her face. She
1 sharpened her pencil, saying, 1 alf
audibly, " A swoet husband ho
j would make ! We're safe bet Ii
! of us, I think, but I'll make a sure
I thing of it"-and she sat down to
! her table. Alter manv dnvs (he
would seem in no haste) Simford
called. lie was gracimis, and en
! tertauiing He asked for tlie Fable,
! seeing f.'raeia would not introduce
j the subject. Without hesitation
she produced the manuscript, and :
j seriously, without aa.logy, blushes, ,
or I leggings of lenici cy. proceetlotl
t rontk nicrelv savinir " Don't bo j
alarmed at my selection of symbols." f
A donkey, which l ad been at
work all the morning, stood eating
Kn a I Z which was stpeiKM
from his neck. His head was bur
ied in the bug, and lie did not no
t'eelittle I'ahbit, who came skip
ping from the yard, till she was
lieside him, a.vl said " Good Don
key V" lie lifted his head hoiu
the pouch, ami looked a moment
disdainfully at the little limping
"Well, Kahby, what do you
wait of ine V"
' I came to tell you of something
I taw this morning."
" Fgh," contemptuously exclaim
ed the donkey, thrusting' his head
again into the bag.
liabbit paid no heed to the dis
dain, but said, " I was in the mead
ow, by the woods, eating the grass,
when I heard strange snds in the
air, and, looking up, I saw an eagle
soaring above tlie forest; his broad
wings rising and falling with such
power and grace, I gazed full of
strange wonder as he went up, up,
into the high heavens, 'till he was
lost in tlie light. O, it was a glorious
" Fgh, you little simpleton!"
said the donkey, lifting his head
In m tlie hat; and looking askance
at the little bite rabbit. " Don't
waste your admiration! Don't
you know the eagle flow up into
tho sky on purpose to attract your
attention, and the notico of all silly
animals like yourself?"
" Ah, good donkey, I don't thmk
theeaglo knew i was looking at
him, or would have eared for my
notice if he had seen mo. I think
he rose so majestically up in the
heavens, because it is natural fi r
" Fie ! iHitm-df 7 I fuw little yon
know. VOU foolish, trust ine rahhitl
t t j - j a - -
It is natural to walk the earth, as
you and 1 do, and it is not natural
to go careening through t lie air.
All scusiblo creatures walk ; it is
only the vain who get loose from
the earth, ai d go flapping their
wings in tlie air.''
" Ifitt, wise donkey, I did not tell
you all' sa d little rabbit, who was
too much absorlted in the vision
she hal beheld to care fur the don
key. " While I was watching the
eagle, I suddenly heard clear, beau
tiful mtbvc above me, and, turning
my eyes, I saw a lark rising into
the heavens, even more gracefully
than the eagle, and singing till the
whole heavens seemed filled with
tnusie, as well as light, and such
music, good donkey, you never
" N'o sweeter than your voice, or
mine ! " snarled the donkey.
" We could make no music like
it," persisted little rabbit.
" I hope wo shall never lie such
fools as to want to try !"
" Why," continued tho rabbit,
" the sheep, nor the cattle, nor any
creatures about us, could make snob
" Your head is turned, you foolish
thing ! " said the donkey! " Don't
you see it is all vanity, and idleness,
which induce these binls to leave
the natural sphere of all animals,
and go sailing conspicuously in the
heavens and sit ging with such nn
ltccoming loudness? 7'bey should
bo willing to help do the hard work
of the world, like me, or modestly
and humbly live in quiet, and listen
to the wisdom of superior animals,
as you do, raid tlie donkey, with
great satis action.
" Hut, donkey, this eagle and lark
aiC not made like us. TUy were
evidently made! ltheTeavei s.
"rio: "said ine donkey, with
a stamp of tho foot and an impa
tient shake of the head. " .Made
I for the heavens ! who 1 as a better
right to judge of that matter than
jl? Geese a're made like them, If
: I understand how the vain things
j look ; (I never raised my eyes to
i them ; I would not p case their
j vanity so much.) 'I l ey lave, two
' feet and feafher like geese, yet
J geese don't- go tailing up to the
j clutids ; they are mode-t, nm ?oim
j bio, and willing to fill tho place
j thev were designed for, and have
no fjph vanity which piompts
' ea"!es and larks to behave unseem
ly:" " What veil say may bjj true,
wise donkey, Imt I shall nevir fi r
got the now lilo I felt when I notch
ed that eagle rising up into the
heavens and onwards into the ta
lliiig blaze of ti e site."
" Sun ! " said the donkey, mov
ing his cars excitedly, in spite of
his dcterrtiii ntion to show no inter
est ; " what has the snu to do with
these, foolish creatures, ? It is the.
sun which warms my sides in tie
cold winter, and makes tho gras
grow which wo cat, and makes it
light for me to toil. Whtrodid you
sec tho sun 'r" and he looked with
a surly disdain, as if vexed became
he .-aw ti e rabbit was really wist I
" Why, donkey, up in this very
sky, whom the eagle soared, and
the lark sang, walked the sun in
such wonderful brightness could
scarcely gaze at him ; and tlio light
from Ins thee tilled all the broad
leavens with splendor, AA state
ly clouds, in dazzling white mantles,
stood about him, waitingand watch
ing. Aid when I looked down
upon the grass, saw what was
oven mole beautiful than the sight
above. It was as if the great si.r
had shaken his robes, and tho gems
bad fallen thick nbmtme, and titers
they hung upon the nodding spears,
those trembling dew drops which 1
have soon hundreds of times, but
never before tilled with this splen
dor. Good donkey, the song or
the lark, and the glory of the sun,
had made mo something more than
a foolish rabbit
"Almost a donkey "(brayed,
BOtto pooe.) And then n soft breew
whispered something, which I could
but faintly understand ; something
which came trim the wonderful
heavens where the sun lives. If I
could but understand it ail !" mur
mured rabbit. " And so I came to
you, good donkey, to have it all
" Well, well, little rabbit," said
the donkey, moving his long ears
and trying to assume a look of
dignity tuu superiority. " No doubt
you saw something which pleased'
yon j simple; unreasoning cieaturca
are always easily pleased, but it was
all foolishness a vain show gotten
up to attract just such silly crea
tures as you. They don't deceive
me so easily! Now, dear little
rabbit, run home, and don't y
any heed to silly animals which get
utit of their spheres, and don't mod-
djp with things, you. can't couiniw
I'ahbit thought, as she leaped
over the grass" Perhaps donkey
is wise, but he will never know tb
glories I behe'd became I lifted my
eyes to the eagle and the lark
Door donkey ! his wisdom has mads
him so blind, lie can oii'y see him
self. " Fables usualy have moral ap.
pended," said Sanford, as Graoia
laid aside her manuscript.
" They are added for the stup'T,
and not tor the wise," said (-'riicia-fc
As Sir. Sanford passed into th6
dark street, it was something much
like a clenched fist, wlrch ho moved
in tho air as lie exclaimed,
" Tho impudent gir' ! to presume
to instruct me.' She'll not do foe
A Model lawyer.
Squire Johnson was a model lawyers
as I lie following anecdote will show :
.Jones once rushed iutp the Sijnlre'si
oftice in a great paislnn, and s;nilv
Tliat Infernal sconudrel of a colihlcr,
Smith, has sued me for live doltiirj I
owe him for a jmir of bontsj-'
"Then you owe him five doljarsr'"
"To he sutv I do, Imt lie's gone and
sued mcsuod me!" . - :
"Then hy don't you ;iy him If you
owe him ' ' '
"i!ecau-e he's sued me. and when p
man docs lli.-d I'll licvt r pay him ti I.
it costs him move tlum ht et. f'
want you tomato itio thiui all yoi
"Brit it will cost you something1.'
"I don't wire For Ijwf. M l.at do
you charge to hgin with f "
'i'eiuiollai-s, and more il lh'..i
luucli extrii trtuhV."
-.Ml r?Cl;t .' 'll.'cl-e's tf.c '. VoW'
go alic'it!.'1 ,
Xo seiu i r was hi, t-lii i.i gore than
S'liiire ,ii l:n on -teppi d anooi to lift
in-ighi'or Smitli, mid often d lo xiy tlf'
bill, on cop!itfoiilhat the suit should
lie withdrawn. The slio'i niaki r w!.id
lv aem.bd -id! he wniited wasbi' nav..
The lawn-ittitii id the oilar liva lor
his lie. iUlU as tho i;i-e wa I. (it tiyitdi
lesAnu! 1 e flijidfc nofjiHhi rdcin.'ititltrt
on hi' ciienf. " " W&
Ten d n" at( rr .Innes rame to s(i
Iww lii -e'xtai getting oil."
"AH rleht,." -aid fhe lawyer; "vott
w-in't have anv iri ui.'e nl out Unit. I"
pill, it to Slliilli -osttonglv jt Iie.wa
glid lo uilhdriiw'the sUit aRoSdWr.
lone-. V n"s done, it ujj, . liowti !
You -hall have iiH niv I none., k ,c-
i r " "" It' r ri 4 - .
This ei ihi;slast?c Ondorftmet l.'t
ot tl e .'ago of ( happaqi a is lW;m.
a ( cnnr.li h k-tlhgt r: " hmv
hauten.avihUriei von ilwel twitw'i