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DONB IX THK F1XEST Sri'LK OF ART.
OR EXLAROEP TO LIFE SIZE.
DR. A. B. OVEltBECK,
Office at liH resilience. In (bo Old Orerbeck
Hospital, on Oregon Street.
DS. E. E GBEENH1N,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON,
Corner of California And Fifth
Streets, Jacksonville, Ogn.
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DR, A, B, OVERBECK'S
Zs tho Ovcrbock Hospital, i
WAKM.COLD it SHOWER MATHS, I
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
viiiujt rcniuven to vaiuorma Direct,
JacktonTllle. D.c. 21. 1. If7. ileciU-tf
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PHYSICIAN A SURGEON AND
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DOWELL &. WATSON,
ATT0RNEY8 AT LAV,
d". L. WATSON',"
ATTORNSY AT LAW.
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In itori and afloat, for tale by
J. R. DOYLE,
413 and IIS I'aalllc St., Ban Fmuoltco.
The nnilfrtlrrnid tikta tills method of In-
ormlog all thoie Imlrbtrdt o the in by bonk aa
coont or itherwlnii, to come lorwam immeni
ttly aod settle their accounts, tod also those
who bare dsmandi a(ralnt n.
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ary, 1869, and settle their accounts. W roust
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TKHMI UP UCIISCUIPTIUM
For one rear, In ailvMice, four dulWr ; If
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cf the year, ill dollar.
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I.el Tomlcra received at current ratci
You'd Do so Too.
I flitted little, one time, wllli n gtrl
All woiwti arc girls till ttn-y'rc married you
Wbo'd n "U'nin ill's ltli;!il" mind, and un eye
mi llm world
Of dominion, be'd Lic e'er Lit early drilled
fliM tium and liitM cunt, like IMrlUi nsjje,
And ttnud n' elect in lln) Ivy htii'i'i.l lml !
She cnillil ttdl nf llic minder of irtery uC,
And fi-ckn.'icd berelf uf-Ajr cit tiia o!i-.
tftiv mnlKsl nnd hc tlioti.lit I would fall
CI... Ilful.lxil flint t.1l.t.ltl I Ulilllil fl.ll .itl
1 Sti frowned, and be thought I would humbly
. V!V,"ce, , , ,. .. , ,
' And I wvll, I nikid lirr n'liiluii of lUail
And I Ude Itlllo cupM Lilnic b-k lit keen
And Icavthcr to lute her own vMuni oftlr ;
So I wiped her chalk linen by a itruko Iroui my
And cu pld mid I went . bunting cliovtbero.
Then itdleu MIIm bp ntcr-Iiul let mi mltl-f,
' '" u"'' nii,-".ui.,r win iiiniijmi k"u,
Ilemwntwr Ihil anhr ttholMi tor it iiru-.
Mum Uini; oul a bale .rurtli ulOMIu. almil
Letter From B. F. Dowell
Pinky MiU'Main, Ai.nuM.vitLi.Co.
December 2-lh, ISO'..
This placu is fituited foiiitceii miles
net ol IJor.luiisulle, and fuurleou
iiiili.-i north of Ch irlotisville. This
county was iuu uirtn pi.u-ooi iuu niiiiciius m tnu uiiuuu ct.iiv ntm uppiiiu
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thorol this Icltei, ami tliu luitli ami
residences ol two Prexideuts, mid ol
I.uwi-, one ol thu firnt exploiersul Orc-.fiom the political i-tbrio ol thu uation,
conin IS0I-5-0. After his return luunu. an 1 a di.solulioii ol thu Church of Kug-
lrom Oieu.m he iiuliliihud'a full ac -
I count ot the iwplur.iliou of I.i.vi t ,ol tiiic.
Clark to the I'.ieillu Coit. Tiiu book ' Whllu tills ijuustion was under ilis-
vvasulargu and costly edition, and (cusion .Mr. Newdegate, ouo ol iho
! notwithstanding he wns in allluiutrlr-.nieiiibci's of the House of Commons iu
eunistaiifes pi lor to his travels in Oro- last October said:
L'on tliu iieu'lecl nl his I'triii an 1 no 'iocs, "Washington desired thuro should
' dur ng hi voyagu and thu publication
ol his travels ttrtcr ho returned
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noma onuigiu mm " ...-
IU found but little sale for his Looks.
Hoai.i.liud llrst to tho Government to
i.i. i iu ,,l !. i,.ak few coiilt s.
i..." i.i. ...in i!.r. I., nnnlior .,
UUl tllin Mill ivik i'"riw I
1......1 ll ii..... nnnliiMl to thu Coui.tv .
Co... t of this county to buy some ol,
them to pay lortlieirpu
for their publication. Tho '
Court relused to bllV Oil tho ground
that they did not need them, and that
thoy hud no power to u thu rovuuuo
ot tho county fuY any hucIi purpose
(le rcturuud liomu and loaded down
with debts uud disappointments, iu a
moment of dlspair hu ui.od his razor
and cut his veins in both aruiH and ho
bled to death. Tims ended onu ot the
highebt intelloota and greatest travel
lers ol modern times. His latu tdiould
bo aiad warning touts countrymen nqi
to get iu debt! Ho was really tho
path finder, and Frccmont had tho
book lor n guide which cost Luwis Ills
lire. He, with only 31 men besides
hinisolf, nsceudud the Missouri river
boon lifter its purchase from tlo French
to n point where ft foot could bo placed
on each nldo of tho river; uud ho heard
ono of his party, in a fit ot enthusiasm,
thank God that ho had lived to bestride
the Missouri. He, undismayed, crossed
tho plains-crossed tho mountains
where no white foot had avor trod.
Ho deucendodtho Colnmidaltiverfrom
its source in tho Uooky ilountains to
its mouth, and returned homo tho saino
route through tlio midst of the untutor
ed and barbarous savages, unharmed.
In his journey totheoliimbUrlverho
entirely exhausted his provisions, and
starvation stsred fcltm In thu face.
They killed and eat their riding horses,
but they were too meagre to keep soul
and body together. -They were com
JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY
A Clark and tliuir compaulonj by the
opi robr'ious name ol dog-untew. Poor
Luuris br.ivud everythinjr but ilobt,ntul
nn unr.ttoful and tmrnioious constit
uency who did not utjpruciato hi ar
Has been beaten in the recent olectiuni
in Spain. The liqiuhlicaus only cariiwd
SevilU and U.irculu; but truu republi
can piinuiplcs nra ndvauuiti in Ktig
laud and thu United .States. The peo
ple oi thu latter have been cugrosied
with the nuro qtiuntlon, while the for
mer haro bcuti in a stalo of uxtr.iordi
nary cuufiuiou on tho subject ol church
and state, with no welt delluud princi
pies to dUliugtiiih thu p.irtiuioue Irom
, thu other. Thu most duiltiitu distinc
tion ii (tGlai1sluuLV thu I.iboral chief
tain and "Disraeli,1' the leader of tho
aristocracy. Gladstone is olio ol the
most giltcd inun ol the nyo, In thu
Into elections in England tho ar'utoura-
cy wuru uuaten, nnd thu Libur.ils, alias
Tories or ltailic.il, have 110 majority
in the IIoii'u ol Commons, which coin
polled Disraeli to resign tho premier
ship to Gladstone. Thu Liberals real
ly doservu tho credit of passin-j the
great ltcform Act ol the last syssiouof
Purliamuut, which extended milTragu
to tho poor Irish like Congress extend
ed HUlTr.igo to thu uogrocs. They nru
also in f.ivorof thudis-ustabliihineiitof
thu Irish Church. Disraeli and his fol
lowers oppose this -is bitterly as tho
Oregon Democracy oppose negro sulT
rage. Disraeli lour yearn ago opposed
the extension of suH'rags iu the ISritish
'isles, but hu lived to nee it quietly
I yield to the public clamor. The De
mocracy of tho South and many of ihv
unrepentant rebels North and South,
now lator or pieteud to lavor negro
sutlrago. Disraeli still bitlerlroppuics
j tho division ol church lrom stalo iu
. huglainl and irt-laml, and tu Democ
uaoy North and it fw illibural Itopub
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nogro Milirage. iuu pusvui paruu-
incut will sever the Church ol Iu-lniidl
.land mil lollow.
It is only a question
le an established Church iu the Amor-
!lin Hcpublie, and ho vras ouly defeat-
led bv aiiiiiiishintrii'UP. Cairoll work-
. - - -
M P Ji'llcwoii, who wa. n disciple
N Voltilrc, and who succeeded in pro-
venting America irom naviug nn csiao-
! Hsliud Chiiroli In connection
,, , ,.
Carroll had a brother
w'.o was rrm. and
he was reward
J "c" K ' " " "
Uisuoii in thu United Slates."
I never Iiutrd bulore ol Washington
uxpiessiiig'any such opinions; but If it
bu truo it is only another illustration
nf thu workings of Dtviua providuueo
iu using tho combined powers ot Iiifi
dolity and Uomanisiu for tho further
ance of trim republican principles, and
tho spread of tho gospel ol Christ in
that political aid. Washington was a
devoted Christian and a member of the
Kiilscon.it Church ; and ho and other
distinguished politicians at tho time of
tho formation of the Constitution may
havo been in favor ot a union between
ohiirch and state; but at this day and
timo it would bo almost a miracle to
Uud an Amoricaii politician who would
dare to express such sentiments.
Tho oxamplo of Amsrioa is oxorting
a powerful Inlluonco iu Kngland. The
combined powers of nirstocraey, holl
and the dovil can't prevent the exten
sion of suffrage in England nor the aep
eration of cburoh and stato no moro
than tlio Deraocraoy, anstooraoy, cop
porhoads and rebels combined with ig
I'orant, illiberal Republicans can pre
vent the extension of suffrage in the
A clergyman was attending a sol
dier on his death-bod in a hospital dur
ing tho war, when observing a drum
mer in tbo same ward, whom he took
for an invalid, lie exhorted him to join
with him n prayer.
"Thank's" said the hero of the drum
tick. I no net require it the doctor
"In thonitdst of life wo nro i
How appropriate these words today,
e i i . in .i .ii i
Suruly and Head y the pustiicne is
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weeping over tho land, covormg it
..m' .i- ,i.it....i..b...
to embrace their children even on thu
portals ol tho tomb, return to dust, nnd
witli sorrow. "Terrible as nu army their hostility. Therefore buforo pub
... oa. iicr.,- ucati. comes ... mo .or.u ( i.s.iing our peage oi eienia enmity , wnUli, ,,,, iU frotn n Ile, b.
o a fearful con agio... F.w who are, o ardent spirits w-e submit the follow-;borl ',,,,, (loW1 J
stricken by it. hand can hope to live. , ing we I e.ta.il.shed acts for the eon-1 ,,,, ,:lrtl,,lg BM(, , a niJ,1ml0 Wflfc
The gray-haired siro and tho vigorous. Eidcratiou of al caudd men: . i .i . t . in., i
i hi ii . .i t .i i ii i I- i . , . , ,, wp in tho tree ngain, greedily devour-
child (all together. Mothers, fearing Alcohol is a destroyer of the bodes , ,
..!!. 1 (its) .i ..i i ... ill . st . ,
youths mid maidens, full of lifu and.efit to one; it dwarfs and perverts tho
spirit, radiant with liope, and to whom! mental energies of m u, and destroys
thu world is an Kdcu, xtricken by thuj tlia uoble&t impulncs nf their hearts;
hand ol remorseless pestilence, fill tiu-i it is the fruitful source of every crimu
timely graves. When a land is itiva- and the iusplror ol villainy known to
dud by u hostilu foo, then the people
lisu with alacrity, and prompt nnd en
ergetic measures aro iusliluluu to ru
pel the l.o-ader, for only on such mcas-
every one sea thu danger and r o.lixr.
thu necessity of inimudiatc action. His '
long lines of bayonets come gUan.ing1
on, his banners wave, the thunder ol his ,
artillery arousu thu laud. All e and
hear, and all are up lor immudiate and
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ieu'1 lumen iieiuni. jii iuu ui m'uitj
blinds tliu uyes of many,
with nlmHt unaccountable
ness tlioy go on.
Iteasjii would dictate immediate,
decisive action. Stringent regulations
iu regard to intcrcourso nnd prepara
tion, bliould bu iuitiated and enforced
throughout the whole country. What
if a linn must sacrillcu kuniethiiig ol
comfort, something ngrucablo and
c,ccrj, ,g jjf0( or a fuvr dollars ot
nitliv luuri.? Am thu.u thiiiL'i to bu
comptred to lilu itself? Would they
prolit a mm in t!w gravo, or make hi
eternity brightor bayond thu tomb ?
If Uh'sj rtigulatioiM are striugent and
null obtoi ved. thev norlians may not
bo ni'edi'J long. To a mm of good
principles ami hiimauo sentiments, the
welfare ot others is a pleasure; and in
a emu like iIi'h, In which wo are now
called to act, such a pursuit would wil
lingly saurlllcc ni.ieh for thu good of
the whnlo community. It thu people
decide that houses ot business should
bo dosed In your town until there is
danger no longer, and iu disobedleuco
to this you keep yours open, hoping to
gain a few dollars even at tho prico of
introducing tho contagion Into the com
munity, you deserve tho most scathing
anathemas of tho people, and when tho
danger is no longer, their patronago
should be wilhuld as a just recompense
for your reckless cupidity, Let us re
joice that there is a means at hand to
juatorially curtail tho power ol tho con
tagion. At last iu San Francisco they
have turned to vaccination as tho only
hope ol ultimately checking tho dread
malady. Thousands to.day can testi
fy that after vaccination thuy have
laced thu pcstlleneo with impunity,
nursed ita victims, smoothed their
brows in death, and laid them away
In their last resting place, aad yot
havo wont on their way without falter
ing. A small proportion ot vaccinated
persons havo died with small-pox. Is
their any cvidenco that they expori
euced thu coinplelo cfTcots ot vaccina
tion ? To bo effectual thu vaccination
virus must bu puro, andproperly ap
plied, and tbo vaocinatod'porsoii Bliould
observe that the effect on him is deci
ded by physicians. It is a consolation
to know that vaccination has had its
proper effect, and that the soreness is
not morely the result of tho wound.
Let us act in a spirit becoming a hu
mane, stnsiblo and energetio people.
Ashland, Jan. 20 I8D9.
"Oh mother do send f or the dootor I"
said a little boy of three year.
"What for my dear?"
"Why. there's a gentleman In the
parlor who aaye he'll die if Jane dee
eit marry him, and she says the won't" .
is oven moro terriblu than a visiblo ar-J "ct ana comiert;-li semis ins cull- .. m -
...y, because thousands are ao klow to ln-n into thu world as beggars, ci0Hi Willi trmiiiliant chuckle, proecod.d
arise to a realization of the danger, and or idiots, when, but for alcohol, they ! "" ' '.
the necessity ol prompt and eir.ci.nt mlfiln liaio been ...en and women oil i'l lonc, he uanied the two picked
mea.ures. They cannot s tho enemy, education npd respectability ;-it i, thu ' ; '' ,'a;1 ' ' Jnl
Sociability and oonvlvlnlily are !.. the Irultlul source of idleness and neglect , H-MtUnotl air, w hie I, seemed to
ryc-ol.o...f,indl,oAi.io.ifri,o.LAU 'l"ty;tJ.tl.t. medium of bribery '. ""rc aro it,o bads, .ir-JuU
j ' Tyl'I'l J" I1"'. mC r'ji!"i'J
Declaration of War Against Alcohol.
When, iu tho judgment oi any num-
n,cath.",berolmen,lt becomes a duty to wa
gcr war against any cause, ageut or
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Bybtetn ol oul, a decent respect for thu
i i p i. i i . .
opinions of mankind riuuircs that tlioy
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...i ju.k uuu .uiiieieiu rcaraus lor
I of men, injuiing nnd ruining the con-
stitutious. of thousands where it is a bun-
man; it leads to insanity, paupurism
ami moral degradation; it is tho 11 rut
born unomy of virtuu and the harnl
mM ol every ice;-lt makes its vota-
conluinpt iu life, and sends him to tho
Kavc "'r- his time, "unwept, uiihoii-
"red and unsung ;"-lt leaves his w,l.
w in helpless poverty n hopeless toll -
r by thu mid.iight lamp, spending in
wnl and sorrow a life that, but foral-
rnlinl. mii'lil Imi'ii lnxm niiunt in hni.nl.
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1"tl HIllc.il corruption ;-lt is the
most powerful existing enemy of free-
lotn;-by besotting tho mind ntid
blunting the moral perceptions, it rcn
tiers a man totally and absolutely unfit
for sell-government ;-it Is the moving
agent iu brawls, i lots, strcet-fights, and
midnight contentions ;-lt is the "
tabling (cuter around which cluster
the gambling device, the card table
thu bono race, and thu bawdy houses;
it robs our own nation every year ol
30,000 11 res ;-it usurps tho highest
seats ot power, pollutes tho Ucucli ol
Justice, and stnuds mocking it! tho hall
ol legislation ; it iced the lust of the
seducer, lights thu torch of the iucen
diary' uud whets tho d'ger of the
assassin; it produces moru .sorrow
than war, moro dcatli than pestilcuc,
moro muery than famine.
And what can be said more ? It an
individual chould bo proven guilty of
theft, robbery, murder and treason(
would not tho huo and cry bo raised
upon his track ? And shall wo not
swear eternal enmity to that which
from tho beginning, has begotten ev
ery crime known to thu laws of God or
man, and every misery known iu tho
world's dark cxnerienco ?
a...,...i i.n-i,- ,. . -
above set forth as tho grounds for our
declaration, we do most solemnly do
claro that wo will henceforth, bv our
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example, by our teaching, and by our
aIau a atil star as a ft 1 jiif t I mi A a IrVtilllU
. ' .i .
in our power, oppose tho manufacture
. ' , , ,1 it i
saiu or uso ot nieuiioiio uijuura na it uur '
erago. Wu will oppose it In peacoand I
in war, in sickness and in health, as
tho most dangerous enemy oi man,
mUamtitt Wfiw, To, 7, Aro. 1.
United States Legal-tender Notes
Tho following, entitled "an act to
regulate the value of Uuited States
legal-tender notes in coin and provide
for their redemption," was introducod
in tho Houso a fow days sinco by Hon.
J. M. Broomatl, of Pennsylvania, nnd
referred to tho Committee ot Waya and
le it enacted, Ac, That the Secretary
of thu Treasury shall causo gold coin
to be exchanged for Uni'ed States legal
tender notes wheuever the same shall
be demanded at the Treasury of the
United States in sums not less than
ono hundred dollars each, and the rato
ot such exchango shall bo as follows :
Ono hundred dollars in coin shall be
riven during the first month for ono
mndred and thirty-five dollars in
notes: during tho second month for one
hundred aud thirty-four dollars ; during
thu third mouth tor one huedred and
thirty-throe dollars; and so oa. the
amount of notes decreasing one dollar
per month until the same shall reach
oae hundred dollars, when there shall
be no farther deerease, Provided, that
nothing herein contained eball author
ise the retiring or canceling of United
States legal-tender votes.
Tho Monkey and tie Hawlc
The cook oi a French nobUaiao,
't whoso chateau is in the south of Franc,
I had a monkey which was nllowod the
frco rango of tho kitchen, and whioh
was so intelligent that by scvero train
ing, its natural propensity to tnischiol
had been subdued, and it was oven
taught to perform curtain useful scrvi
ccs, such an plucking fowls, for instance,
at which it was uncommonly expert.
Uno fine morning a pair of paitridgo
was gi en to it to pluck. Tho monkey
i tttP llifkttl t hll nlmli ttItrl a rxt flu.
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., . . ! . . . , . . . ... .
the park, and went to work with great
t ,.., . tt r t i i ,fi
diligence. He noon finished one, whioh
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ho laid oMlie outer wIro ol the win-
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tno oincr. a nawK, which nau oecn
ina his jiroy
Tliu coiistei nation of tho monkey at
this untoward ndvcutuie may bceasily
imagined. He knew he would bu u
verely whipped for losing itflfu hoj-
' ped about in great distrust for soinu
' missiles, when a blight thought struck
him. Sicziiig the lAnaining parttidge,
hu went to work with givat energy,
ami etrippeii on me laatiiei J. lie men
,'1 !l, "J1 H'o ledge, j.JVvhcu he had
lI' J"""". ff MM Mind
. 'i hawk, which by this nine had
, AimlieJ Ills meal, very boon airooped
' jlowi. uyon thu parti.dge ; but hardly
'' '- f hu bird, hcn
Jl.u monkey M,rung upon him rou, be-
,-" nnuvivi. inu ii.iiik a iivau
I WuJ 'ou Savo ",B
J Wl,at ll,u cook "U, " fil,dll,K onu
0 ,c partnut-ea com ertcu Into a Uawler
m0l than wu aru ablu to tell.
Tho AJh 0, tIl0 revisory survuy ot
' tIl0 Unlol, 1,lclfio niro:u. nro glven
which, at tho time ol tho commission
ior visit, had been built 800 miles from
lOmaha. Kverybody is inteicsted in
( lho tirirjy nn,j lirj)Cr COII1,,olon of
lU WQrU aml lhU art of lQ wp0rt
wj u0 ,,or,wi with great interest.
Tho cost of constructing nn I equip-
tng t10 r0.id U put down at an averago
1 0j cnt,977 32 per mile. II it connects,
jas intended, with tho California Com
pany's road at Groat Salt Lake, it will
j bo 1,110 miles long, at nn aggregate
(cost of $.1B,82 1,621.
The deficiencies uoUd by the commis
sioners iu the construction of the iod
aro such as aru incident to all new
roads. Thu subsidy and first mortgage
bonds aru waid to exceed iu value the
actual cost per milo nouio $10,000.
Thu subject of building a new jail
for this Distiict is adverted to, and at
tcntion is invited to thu expodienoy of
creating a court for tho summary trial
of minor ofl'uiicos.
1 Ku:Tiiir Clocks. Elect rio clocks
nro ,10W maJc- 1,,0J nro drlren b7
I4"0 curre,,t, ), n carlh battery, and
quiro no winding up or attention for
ong periods, varying with circumstan
ces. The pendulum rods aro made of
rosewood satin ated with paraffiuc.
, ....! i i. .u
do not afiect the regularity of the (
regularity of tho clock
by contraction or expansion. The bat-
tory Is composed of zlno and gas car
bon, which nro burled in tho earth, and
generate thu elo -trio current regularly
and. steadily for a long time, the mois
ture of the earth being sufficient to
produce tho action needed without
tho uso ot acids. The whcslwork is
of the simplrtt comtt u tion, and whta
once adjusted, needs no moro attention'
except occasional oiling. The whole
aparatus is inclosed to prevent injury
from dust and is elegant and reliable,
A young lady Sunday school toaeber
ptopounded tho following quostion to
Tho oldest boy oi the class could not
tell, neither could any of the scholars,
till sho questioned tho smallest and1
youngest in the class. He answered
promptly that God made him,. JTHe
teacher turning to the largest boy
"Aro you not ashamed not to know
what this little fellow knows?"
"Hoi" replied the big one. Thnn
derl I think he might know'laiai a
fortnight since he was raado I"
Philadelphia is to Import f ve hun
dred dollars, worth of sparrows tf
tho measuring werm.f ' r
3 I23E to'-.i-f-fts.wa.-