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   The Blairsville Press (Newspaper) - January 22, 1869, Blairsville, Pennsylvania                        VOLUME III. BLAIBSYILLE, JANUARY 22, 1869. f _______ _______________.________________________________ _______ NUMBER, 3. PUBLISHED EVERYaFKIDAY, atltrkct INDIANA COUNTT, PA. IES. licliior and OO Per Annum 1'ny able in AUrancc. All kinds of Job Work neatly exccnted tlio fahcrteat Possible Notice, at thu following ADVEHTISIXO AKJB JOB WORK. ttiditor's Notices. 50 and Bxcc'iV Notices, oncb, S 50 ,ioad Noticoc, .frunsient: Advertising, per square............ 1 00 ii-ich subrft qaent insertion, J" >r Dissolutions and btiajc, per Bqunro, three Handbill--, J shoe', 30 oi 00 i bhcot 30 or 8 00 J sheet, 30 or 4 00 nliolo sheet, 30 or 6 Ovr iO of each of tho above, in'proportion. 1'rotc i jn.-l C irds and paper, ono S liocil per line, first I] ich Obituary Notice-, oicoedins 5 Imci, per line, ACACIA 16UGE, S5T 335, meets in Hall, in on 1" MONDAY on or bulore tho full moon of each month, at 7 1-4 jr. By Or ler of tho IV M ENCAMPMENT, SO. 168, I 0 cf 0 F, meets in thoir Hall, in 35'in-jtillo, on IPO iirat and third Thursday's of each, month, at 7 o'clock, p. m. J. ii. WALKED, C. P. JI UILI Y. Scc'y_____________ THE Ull'TlE KOBK WHITE, I n a rosewood Cradle bnby lay; ta mother was stitching, stitching airay, On n hUla robe of white; oo foot on the rookcr, sho hoped to keep Ior frolickaomo baby fait asleep, To finish her work that night, a every stiteb. of that garment' sho wrought, hat loving uiothor fastened a Hopes for that little one; Vnil smiled on her buby in happy prtdo, it slept in its crwllo by her aulo, Till wan done. 'hen she folded up tlio cumbrie anb lacO) td liorlittlo one's chubby face, That smiled in its iufautglco, he it up and down in the HOTV praty you'll look, little you wear lhai little now f L n a coffin the Hy mothor.had wopt tbo mgbtayray j dying Tith. itproasoU, to her she pruyod-to koeja [er dailing baby from going to slooj) "Ta thaoold arms o1 death, 'hey buried bmbe in tho garments just WhoBO every stitch hold a hopeful thought, From lorinjf In a marble stolie the wrtfto with a tear Havr uiany hopea buried hero 1 In that-little robo of e j 'n tho Saviour's jarmi a baby lay, j'rom its rnsewood coffin far In tho reitluia of and light, 'ho angels a garmrut had folded about little form, which mil out, A soauilesa robo of whito. Mr. Green was in Lie1 favorite- 'goat by the open dooj, smoking; anil Hetty BliAIKSVUjIjEI-OJXSE 1. 0. of 0. F moots in their Hull, oicry FuJay evening, (it 8 o'clock JO UNO LONG, y. 8. BTFW inr, Scc'y. ______ G( OGD-WII.L 133, I O. of r G T I'a raotts 'lacitlay nt 7 o'-'ock P M jrSSE GKAY, W P T BI. INDIANA CO, PA. The un'lcr-igned pro Manufacturers of Monn- aiciu T .r b actl Hoar! Stones, Table Tops, Conn tor Cursor Pjfets for marking A'l work wirrp-itccl and delivered m any part of ta a or counties without extra chfirgc noiS Fin A KUNYAN LA.TK.OBE 5IARBI.E 1.VOB.KS, LA irooe, Westmoreland Co Pa. The under, Viii Coalers ia Foroiga snd Marble, keep constantly on li.inil n iiiuXc toordsryurnitHre lopt.MonuiucnU, Tomb nul Stones, ,ibo Marolo Corucr Potts for 31 Lota, 'Ia. mi; anl irijcil O'ir shop and stock, anil bixv- in pijporieiH'ed Horicntn, confident an thj t nU> of ill, aid nt Ai low aj .Le> be had in t'luii'v or H. R A faONS, Vropnoturs. E O Bf, BLAIBSVXLIjE, YA, is 1B50. W. B. HILDEBRAND, and Ketail Dialtr in BXUSS, MBDICIKBS, PAINTS, OILS Varnishes, Dye-stuffs, Porfumcrios, Books, Stationery aud Yankee Notions. febT-ly INDIANA, PA. DR. J.W. PHY intl Gurgcon, iil.iircvilU, Pu. OtBeo JIam street, 2d door below Everett House. Wil in Indiana ar.d Weatmorsland countiob T 1 I V S J TTE Who' Whj Will E. Lant who has refttto and is now prepared to take picture of all on the most re.isouablo terms. Ill pictures iv ill speak for themselves. Also ova fr.miLi of ull Ics can be had on the shortest no ticc P'jinrc fr.imes oi all hinds made to order Satisf nil >n to nil w ho nuy fit or hint wit' their p.itronago. LxSi't furgot the pUce 3o if y. W Cor.W ilnut A Market J H SMFVK j f> IIICKSON 1 GKAFF,   if he has a1 mind to throw his time and it is none of her and flhe turned hoi attention to aitmrs, in her estimation, of far Hiwe impoi- tanceV J to her mother no-justiC.augc.r6r complaint. She wai? up oariy.iti-tlic tlio ".duties jvswfinpd.-her wath -a.celerity Uiai wmng from Mrs.-Greon, the ratheriiur she would only work that way 'alL 'ttrutsfwhat a Kelp 'B V ,-H! _ .0. to1 herV Contrary to hib intentions Risers remained tl ,the pleasant autumn, clajs, until Ihp sharp lioH'th wind, that whittled thiough the leaf less heralded the approach of' Vintei .acknowledging to himself how- dear had become the task fti'at he1 had undertaken from the most motives.' But ono iday there, came a lotto, summoning him away that Hetty had Sjcarely tiraeJtoTeahzolhe nature and extent of her Ispp'w'h.eji he wa-? gone. T o y ATTORNEY AT LAW, 211 South Third Street, Philadelphia, 'Will attend to collections nod legal buwnees in tie'-ourtc of Philadelphia .11 Aim WUITK. 4. C. DOTr.B. WHITE A BOYLE, -A T T 0 K N B Y S A T L A W, TppnsiU Hildebrands Drug Store, INDIANA, PENH" A faithfully to al' business given thorn in this go. e'.S 1 7. _ _ i- I..I AM V B K O TVITII Y S B R MaiUet Street, Wnolesala dealers in Y, OLOVKS AND NOTIONS. K B HAT AND CAP STORK, J. E. JOHNSTON, St. Glair Street, No JunalOf __ _ ___ __ l BtAIU.SVII.IjlJ, _l-a F. U rioiuivtui. lue b.itinrf kitted the largo and co in mod 10 ub h juse k'uiwn as tlio "AliUKOi Jl'Hise, bojth.ast (orucr of tho Diamond, DUiisvillc, I' i., an 1 icfi'ti J ,ind rcfurniihcd thesnmo, is now prepared tj accouimoduto the puljlio with tithe) pcrii-iiceiit or transient boarding and lodging al iciibonabte cv' i -ivo h MJ f tili'iilimcnt anil I'ijA tible room 11 .itl.ichcil f> tliu liou'O niaji-ly P. R OAKES. Jlr. A C Gr itf !i u always en hand tho largest gjec'i'ja oi c! ono iruit tubolouiid in lias ty It would bo to tlu> advantage, of all who may be inuoodof fruit to give lum a call. lie IB tho of the best m thccountry 2'J- _a vohimu of History of .Eng- land. He took au. agricultural paper, but wafc little in it she cared to read. But In spite of disadvantages, Hetty's hungry mind contrived to flnd food. Tlxere was scarcely a book in tlie neighborhood hlio had not road', and home of them many times. She devoured everything that came in way histories, novels, pluye, poetry, nothing came am IBS. But will now retuia to farmer Green's luU'hen. Mr. Biveis a young man fiowi a neighboring city, cpuite unobtrusive iji his manners fcftymg but littls, but that little novel failing to find ite way to the heart or undeistandlug, winch ever Jie addressed. He was a general favorite in the family. Mm. Grocu iked him because he was out much of he time ia the fickle and the -woods, ind not "continually under her feet mos' boatdera Wiia." Her hubband who had been sadly troubled by the inquisitiveness of moit of city liked him becniiBe lie was a quiet, sensible fellow, "and not 1'orevei postering a body with feilly questions." Tom, becaube he was so good naturcd, and almo'st us fond of gunning and finning as lie It it not so easy to tell Hetty liked him. Perhapa it the smile that made his far from regular features look almost handsome, or it might hare been the small library he brought with him, and to -which he gave free access to hoj. inidwguised de- light. After supper IMfey assisted her mother in cleanup [ho table and washing the dibhos. Then Tom camo in with the foaming milk pails, leaving II My alone with hei fatlm. pleasanter to do so with a Bend, So, if you agreed, I will my books 1 Are you leally" lu earnest, Mr. Riv- ers safd Hetty; I Certainly I he replied, smit- ing into the sparkling that were lifted to his.1 "But you" not to expect an easy of J shall bo a severe master, I assure you." The next ni'glit tlie books  Mr. Rivers', icply indicated no ofl'ence at this propo- sition butit was ambiguous. He owned that ho looked to compensa- tion but of its natuis and extent he nothing until he saw her, ai> he hoped to m a weeks, at her home, 1 ossibly it might bo nigre tliau. she would iecl able orwilliug to give." Hetty puftzled her bruin a good deal over these worjda. There n as no ques- tion to her w.lhiigncss, she thought, and that it might not exceed her ability began to economise in every pobssble ay. Ownife cii1- cumstancea it wss spiiiig before Mr. Rivers icdcemtd his promise. It was eighteen months since they parted, and JSIr. Rivers woe both sur- prised and delighted at the change they A Eemarkatle Tree. It would seem as if nature, having iinishcd the rest of the woi Id m an or. deily and sedate fiamo of mind, gave way to her fioltesome tendencies an Australia. Can anything bo more es- sentially ludiciou's'tbau-a kangaioo, or ji tieo which sheds its baik instead of its leaves? Austiaha is the faice of cieation. But amid all its oddtties we ncxw'-'ari'd then iiid" iof the useful and magnificent. Among tlium is the Eucalyptus, a remaikablo tree, which attains the height of live him- died feet, thus reaching dimensions which enable it literally to throw into the shade the fai-famed gigantic trsee of California. But as if to vindicate its native Australian light -to !io-popular, it combines what has never beioie bean known to unite 111 a rapidity of growth and groat compactness of 1J- bre, which give it a great economical value-for mechanical purposes, and rnake-it valuable as a means of rcstoiing the foiest giowth in those legions which have been denuded of it. It has another pecuhaiity, which makes" it still moie available for the latter purpose, which is its adaptation to the ai id and water- less poitious of the globe m warm cli- mates. A tree planted in Algiers fifteen years ago, has attaint-el the volume and the qualities of an oak a hundred years old, and fiom a tree planted tlnee yeais ago, has sprung a tree now four feet in cir- cumference at the base. It is now.bolng introduced in Italy upon the bare sum- mits and mountain lidges, and as its leaves exhale a delightful fragrance and exercise a powerful auti-nnasmatio in- fluence, perhaps it may counteract and drive back the deadly blight which hat, for centuries been cieeping up from the PontinV marches' upon the "Eteinal and has made a desert of busy Roman life and the site of gorgeous palatial villas. must omit to add that the bark of this remarkable tree is very hard aild very rich hi tanning. AVe hope somp, erittrprismg. horticultunst will introduce" the tree into'this country. What a; be for our streets and. public hundreds of feet above our houses "ftnd sliedinga' upon? the whole? the coolness of its shade ami tlio sweetness of its perfume. L THE LION 'AT the dark there is no animal invisible as a lion. Almost every hunter similar the lion's approach nt night, of the terror displayed by dogs and cat- tle as ho drew near, and of the ntter in- ability to see him, though he was so close that they could hear hiu breathing. Sometimes, when he has crept near an encampment or close to a catdlo Incio- sure, ho docs not proceed any further, lent he should venture within tht ra- dius illumined by the of fire. So ho crouches closely to the ground, and in the semi darkness looks so like a large stone, or a little hillock, that any one might pass close to it without per- ceiving its real nature. This gives the opportunity for vt.hiclithe lion has watching, and m a moment he strikes down the'careless straggler, and ca fries off his prey to the den. Wjhen vLery, much qxoited, Jbe accompa- nies tho chaige with a roar, but as a ill 61- no, soonon Blurted and got of Cumberland than one of the big men on the foi ward seat lit a cigar. He puffed till ia a little while the fitage conch v as full of stiong fumes, anditho woman grew very sick. She asked her huwbaud to raise the window, and still unable to beai the smoke, told him she must loan upon his lap. "Tihe husband leaned over and said to the big man 'My wife is sick. Pleaeo don't smoke "The big man. smoked like a blast chimney, pajing no heed whatever. The giew fainter and coughed, My blood as boiling, but I knew the big maiucould double me up and throw me out of the window. "Suddenly the little being at my side loaned forward, pulle.d abowieknifeout of his coat collar, and said to the amok- ing giant: You damned son of caton the female side I'm Jeemes Bowie. Throw away that cigar, or I'll split you into half "The concluded Mr. Clay, the cigar like an automaton, and we had not a word spoken for thirty miles." Correspondent St. Louis Dem- ocrat. A New York coirespondcut main- tains that the gambling at Baden, Ba- den, is not nearly so reckless us that obeeivablc in Wall sttuet. He alludes to an elegant chinch, the election of which cue young man gave This young man owned a fine country seat on the Hudson; ari elegant establishment in New York; had his fast team on the road; made, it was said, seldom less than a day, Thirty days ago, his name was good for any amount at the banks. His countiy house has gone; he has given up his city establishment; and he has not now money enough to buy a bag of oats for fast team. Eiie and Pacific Mail I'srriod him under, in pace. had wrought. The pretty intelligent girl had iiponed into the lovely and ai- woman but it did not talslo him long ,to asccitain that to him, at least, she the sama finuk Hetty of old. i s .its i u PA i v about that compeusatiou said Mi. RiverH, after a lomj conversation touching matters of in- toicst to them both.'' I saved nearly the whole of my sal- aiy, 1 oqly fact he secuies his prey 3> OP all strong drinks, absinthe js said to be the least pnlataplo at lust ths subtle 111 Its immediate ofFoct, tht) most fascinating m iln continued inllucnce, the most absolute m the bondage it eiifoices, and the most fearful in its re- sults. Yqt tho Parisians aie bei.oiumg- more and moro addicted to it. lU rava- ges are increasing ovcay year, unfl uiu seen in-the giswingliHU oi idiocy luna- y, furious and 'midde ADVANTAGE OF BEING A A woman says what she chooses with- out being knocked down for it. She can take a after dinner, when her husband goes to work. She can go into the street without being asked to "stand treat" at every saloon. She can stay at home in time of war, and get married again if her husband ia killed. She can wear corsets if too thick, and and other fixings if too thin. She can get divorced from her husband when- ever she sees one sho likes bettor. She can get her husband in debt all over, until oe warns the public not to trust her on his account. But all those ad- vantages aio balanced by the great fact that Bho can't bass, go sparkling, or climb a tree with any degree of propriety. ._______________ TXnoETa AND haa been 'found, while firing at the run- _nirig-mari target ac Wimbledon, which is scarlet on one side and grey on the that the dazzles the eye, a'ud is hence tlie 'most difficult to hit from louving a red streak behind it, hi, ite advance, which unsettles the aim. The grey side was struck 47 times, and the red only 42 times. It is a curious fact, too, it that those with grey eyes hits fairer than those x ith eyes of the other color. Dr. Holmes, of Boston, having been called upon and considerably bored gentleman who had devoted himself to eoturliif in Eugland without much lability for doing so, inquired, "What are you about at tlua particular time The answer was, "Lecturing, as usual. I hold foith this evening at Roxbury." The profeiHor, clapping his hands to- gether, exclaimed, ".1 am glad of it. J neves liked those jloxbury THE artesian well being bored jit tlie Penitentiary In Joliet, Illinois, struck a line quality of building at a dqpUi of fifteen feet, a thick bed of whito mar- ble at forty feet, ami now has struck a neh vein of silver ore. Scientific men have never suppoaed thoie was silver in the geological facuutUou of Jllinoia. 1 WICKN Dr. MeCoTb closed his inau- gurul add ss President of .Prineetou College, the othei day, the wind-eiils as- tonished him by lesponding with cheers, a tigcr_aud a locket. Thovockol is a Pnueuton in volition, and is ghcn M ith a 'Die liist exclamation is supposed to imitate th-e flight ol 4 loukctiu the au.tho second the explsHion, and Ihe third the1 admii- ing exclamations of the unlhiieiitsUc spectator! us they the burst of i oloiod tin in bloom at now produces raisins of supei ior quality. TKE New York Tribune is said to have made piofit last year. THIRTEEN men have been lynched la Indiana within the last six months. IN Macon, Georgia, it coat seventy- five collars a year to license a two-horse dray, TJ IK deficit in the Washington potit- offico is not low than a, year- all due to "frank" swindling Congress .men. It hap just boon discovered that an in- nocent man has served seven and a half yeuri m tlie Michigan Penitentiary. THE death of a negro one hundred and ten years old, is announced at Winnbboro, South Carolina. A ictired Judge of the Supreme Court oi Vienna been to six yeaib' haid labor foi forgery mid em- bezzlement. j TJIKKK are now jour'nals 111 France. Paris has sixty-nine political journals, and 710 that are not poljJtieaL MCDOWELL has establish cfi hie hcadquaiteib as coiumauUar, tUo Department of the East in Now York. THJ: New' York News Association, which does the city leportmg Ibr'inont of the papers in that city, it'ia om- ploys over thirty reporters. Tim Boston Transcript saye With- out a sound mental occupation, oV'the frequent interchange of ideas with a mot-culine intellect; no sensible woman can bo happy. Tiirc Boston papers complain. at a recent free concert given for tha, noor in that city, tlie poor excluded cause the benches were ailed by in elegant fur capes." AT a recent ball in New York, city, programmes were printed in the 'form of a gaudy butterfly, and looked -very pretty as 'they hung from the ladies' belts. BniGHAM YOUNG advocates and en- forces a license law. The two saloons jn Salt Lake City pay him a tribute of a month for the privilege of doing business." PBOVIDKNCK, Rhode Island, presents a oman to an admiring world who has had five children in eleven triplets at first twins next, She ought to have a vote. A French paper of an old man.of sixty, who, on receiving a sentence of twenty years' hard labor, thanked the judge, as he "didn't hope to livo lialf long." A cotemporary learning that a pro- jected newspaper was to be printed macnines capable of printing cop- ies an hour, (suggests that one "to pro- duce subsciibcrtf at a similar rate would be a vaJuablo Invention." THJ: candles placed at the head of lha corpse of a child m Now Hampshiie, ic- ccntly, during the night burned m low- that they set fire to thei bed, and the coipse almost consumed. THK formidable strength of the Cuban revolt may be from tlie demand of the new Captain General to be reinforc- ed by additional troops. This will give him an army of over strwig. ONE of the most cogent over given who a married man should get IMS life insured le, that the money would prove a great help to his wife's Boeotwi husband, and might be the means of starting him in business. IT is stated that three of Mr. Joimsou's Bewarri, M'Ollocn, and tried to the President to omit from the message the repudia- tion" clause. reply was, that the doctrine within two yearn would the most popular measure in the country THB following is (tie territorial entent in square miles of several citioe in Union New York city, 22 phia. Buffalo, 37 24-, txmisvillu. 123-10 Chicago, 23J Brook- lyn, 22 Cincinnati, 7. It ia propottses to enlarge Cincinnati. t TUB business of stock insurance not successful in this country. Thoce who insure .we not, as in England, the wealthiest classes, but and scamps, who Insure for speculation ouiy. No rates can be fixed to cover that kind 
                            

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