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Indiana Democrat, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1865, Indiana, Pennsylvania iED EvKiiy THURSDAY BY 3 SAWSOBd T E K M S DOLLARS a year when paid in advance or within the first three mouths Two Dollars and Fiftyct if not so paid Six montBs far Si Cm No paper discontinued until all urrcaraecs aie paid except at the option of the pro prietor Jon kinds of Job Printing such as Hand Blanks Circulars executed with dispatchj and in a satisfactory manner II W TTORNEY AT LAW ATTORNEY AT LAW PA Ufiicc in his residence on the corner of Church and Clyincr Streets u lew doors South of the Indiana House May S ISjJUf ATTuItNEY AT LAW INDIANA Jlice on Philadelphia Street innne tin All entrusted pronjpihalteniied to Mav tf diana his care will be Carpenter andMachine Shop THE undersigned would nouncc to tt public Ihntthev have iitt up a shop in Indiana ind will keep o nand and manufacture to order a varietv sizes of Sash Doors Frams Shutter Flooring Sicinjr Together with every kind of CIKCTL VP GUTI11C or FANCY rind all kinds WOOD TURNIBTG and of every description They respectfully invite those to give them a as thev im fur nili euitoieers with articles in their fine o the shortest uoiiee and at lower prices tin than any where iu town Call and see tb yourselves Jljney ranted JOHN COClllUX IIOBT March 24 ATTUUXKV AT LAW INDIANA Will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care bilice on Street one door North of tbeold Warehouse May 8 INDIANA FOUNDRY West Indiana Pa Till undesigned having purchased the extensive Foundry establishment or inerly owned by Messrs Kailev Shryock west of i he Borough of Indiana they nunprepared to manufacture COOK PARLOR HEATING STOVES J A ATTUUNEY AT LAW INDIANA PA Uliie in Judge Watts building oppo site the House up stairs i and imait diatelyovcr Porters Lrug rftvre Jlay 7 ManUc and Common Grates PLOWS PLOW CASTINGS J B SANSOM 1A attend to the collection of claim and Jetral business wilh promptness and fidelity attention to lie coliecnon of claims for and of the Widows Children brothers or sisters of soldiers dying or killed in the ser vice of the United Slates inre the ment of the present rebellion No if he application is not Ufiice on lymer street one door south of the Mansion House Ail kinds of Job ivorlc made iu the short est notice on terms KSLJhe highest prico in ctipli or in chauge fur ivill be fur old miiai uritxs COXVKKY cu Feb L It is common quite common of late for old maids and bachelors to give the pub my y luc suue 01 Again I heard the same voice ieolugs her I said some you the rest of n ilIV fonr or i J uu uue lebL 01 tU8 thing very tender about matrimonial joys something very sweet about wan O I U U I VI the exact reasons why they never enterj ting some one to love quoted about cd the state of matrimony And as f am j fortyeight lines of heurtmciting and eye one of flic hitler and as my friends J moistening and wound with yours till I wrote many times after that and in the last week in October I started my visit to her I had told my mother that I was to bring home by bride have olten asked me the question I will satisfy all curiosity relate a part of the history of my life lam well aware that it is nobodys business why I didnt take a dear liulc woman to comfort and broomstick mo when I came home tighually but ns I never couid keep a upo think it better to tell my story myseli I UL iu w cioaii iiw coming oi duiinan wlii gU7 that trembled her not a little mystery would soon be cleared up sentence I lost Then there was another rustle and the voices arose louder than ever and I thought I heard kissing lint I could only catch a word occa sionally and at last I took my seat again upon the floor and wondering what sort of a place I bad got into I heard the guests leaving at length and I arose from my cramped position to await the coming of Julinah when the secret I r on than to have it told and be by village gossips My to his died when I was a boy mid as he had undly left behind him a good fortune grew up to the dignity of a moustache idleness L AURIE J BLAKELY J JUG WAT March 9 1SC Elk AS SAW Cunnty LATKTUfi JlcCOY JOHN A COCHE AIT Proprietor mill WOiiM an J to the jdibiir generally that take I in Uest where lie la all who iviih a call in lln imiiUiud and no will to renflw irueMconifurtablc for 100 bead of Ann J A CUC1111AX F litUY 1 K THIS 1 I h KEElffAN KANCOCIC at 81 STIiEKT iLl atleud jiromjitly to all professional business committed to their care in Allegheny cuuniv W blotch P P F KELLY Bankers Exchange Brokers OF T H I was not a wild boy nt al My dis osition was very much like my fathers vho as he was a halfbrother to a minis or was of course a very quiet iuoffen ivc old gentleman I spent the most of my time in read ig novels and poetry The latter was f the soft uiounshine style and as 1 ead a great deal of it 1 became rather oft that have nev fairly got over When I became twentyone my moth old me to buy e fish market which my iatbei had vned during his life and from which lie had his fortune but L was altogeth er too romantic to think ofctich a thing for a moment Business had no chaims for me 1 had property enough to support me in the simple style in which I desired to live and what need was there of my ad L J IILf to It j So that question was etted for al time I met Julinah Pugdale on the 13th of August ltf17 I do not vcly on for the date I wrote it on thufly leaf cf a small copy of Byron at the time and underneath I scribbled some verses who is the lady 1 she enquir ed dont you remember Miss dale i Miss Ungdalc exclaimed my excel lent mother putting up her hands iu as We Never Jue anecdote related below is worthy the attention of both soldier and civil ian tor the denial of indulgence to the appetites is alike a virtue in both clas ses On the sfand were seven or eight sol diers from the Eight Maine Eeiment well behaved intelligent men as was apparent frpm their V bile at the same house in Lincoln litre came into the office a poor old I have corresponded her for the last two months with a view of matrimony JJut why did vou not toil me this be a poor o blind stone blindslowly feelin JS way with his cane He approached the soldiers and said in gentle tones Hoys I hear you belonar to the Segment I have a son in that frrc I thought you knew it al nlj name upon upon it ready You saw her often while she cajd fell out 1 read it was at Mr S though all became silent in the outer room still no Julinah came For an hour 1 awaited as patiently as possible but I could bear the suspence no longer I placed my knee against the yielded and then gave way and I was onee more free nc The parlor was dark I could not find ISim We my way uut of it and so to find out my position I struck a match What is his name John Oh yes we know him well He was At my feet lay a white envelope with Opening if a Snappraguif s and 1 suppose you do not object to accept her a daughterinlaw ily mother sat lor some time with her hands folded as if in deep thought George if she is the girl of your she said at length shall not object but 1 had rather it were other And why matter now George If vou love her i will try to for your a very hard thought I as my mother passed from the room to luic Next day 1 arrived at Grceuborouih where Miss IJugdale resided 1 had little trouble in finding the AND MRS T I I J timitli Juliiwh The mystery was explained I pla ced the card in my pocket and getting t out of the parlor window I went wander UUL 1 ing up and down the street till the mornj Where is he now He is now a lieutenant in a colored regiment and a prisoner at Charleston 1or a moment the old man ventured not to reply but at last slowly and sadlv he said J I feared as much I have not heard of him for a long They did not wait for another word but these soldiers took from their wal ing stage was ready to start when I took my place and rattled away As we passed the scene of my ad venture i thought I saw a suziling face at the window and if lam not mistaken some one threw a kiss at mo my dear reader can you blame forme losingall confidence in women and fur remainin sinle IIOfiKOit criptive feelings that I experiencj Mf iClirllf lirfititilnl T n 1 i li i house which was situated about halfway I up the main street of the village My hand a little when 1 rani the door bell as L ap to feel rather uii when about to tppcar befoie a ladv Julinah came to the door looking as lovely as ever and ushered niu into the R V I N BRO R HOUSE D KALSTOX 1llOriUETOli INDIANA PA rilHIS Hotel is conveniently situated op I posite the Public Buildings cccry attention is paid convenience of its guests Mav7 tf in Indiana to the coiafon MOTEli PHILADELPHIA STREET PA Christian Detweiler Proprietoi TlpillS House is centrally located and i convenient stopping place for perso iisiting Indiana ou business Having goo stables attached it furnishes superior ent laiument for Drovers May 7 18G1 THE INDIANA HOUSE 2 SENNET WHISSLE Proprietor OX Kail Road Street opposite the Dep Buildings His friends and the trave ling public will find excellentacconirnod cheaper any other House Oct G U NION HOTEL ALTOOXA PA Col JOHN WOODS Proprietor Formerly of Altouna EVERY attentlba paid to the comfort o guests July 7 lSG4tf MCctAIW HOUSE INDIANA PA John P McClain Proprietor snbscrilier has recently taken pos I session of the House for many years oc cuiied by C and more recently by Adam Wiiisslc one door west of the Public Buildings TUB Uoufe has been refitted ajjfl refurnish ed nud will in everyrespect be made a first class Hotel By strict attention to business uud a determination to please be expects to receive liberal share of the public pairoci April G 1865 HOTEL Convenient to the Railroad Depot KRA USE SHAFFER Pfopr lets THE subscribers havinj recently taken possession of this well known Hotel on Philadelphia Street a doors cast of the JRairoad Depot iu the Borough of1 Innnounce that they afe prepared to accom modate all who day favor them with their custam The house is largo and convenient has been fitted up and furnished in good style Stabling attached suificient for ONE I Burnside Clearfield County HEALIiKS IX Square and Lumber DRY GOODS GROCERIES FRftfJK GAAIJY fee Jnly 1C 1803 PHILADELPHIA PA DISEASE of the Nervous Seminal Uuiary and Sexual new ami reliable reports of the liy mail in sealed Icltejenvelopes free of charirp Address Dr J SKiLLIX HUUGllTOX Acting teurgeon Howard Association 2 feouth Ninth Street Philadelphia P Peb 25 dl July 24 X J Mcltcrson Jt I Karris Wes I JAMES W McKENNAN WITH Mckerson Harris Moseley JIanufiicturers of and Wholesale Dealers in at sight of the beautiful hilinah Ah he was beauiifnl lier hair was dark as a ravens wing in a snowstorm ol black jieppcr ebarm raiti to tcil lint nn Unit of the ll that I feel very sensibly tint I cannot de scribe her beauty 1 had idjus of an gels and other winged and icathored thing and I imagined that she came very near up to their standard of beau J I cannot remember what was said on either side at our first meeting 1 only j remember that bur voice was a great j more musical than any iiand organ j that I had ever heard and that she I as beautifully as a ten acre gar den of rures I went ho me that night with my head in the clouds and my hand en my heart to assure myself that it was not entirely gone ily mother had always wished me to marry an heiress but I had no such sim pie ideas about matrimony I knew very well that love was the only thing tliat should ever tempt a to put his head in the hyinenial noose That will last provided it isthegenuine article but I may say here that there is a great deal of it in circulation in these days that is decidedly bogus JJut my love for I found out that I did love genuine I No 435 Market large assortment of City Mrtde constantly on Imud June 30 ttTv A BNER HiKTEir Bo rough Indiana county AUCTIONEER Will promptly attend to allingsalcs in Indiana reasona le terms Address him at GKAAT P ndiana March 1C spnoi nuoifi Retail EflLERS IN DRY GOODS GROCE RIES PROVISIONS HATS AJVD CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES AND CLOTHWG NOTIONS A FULL SUPPLY of Spring and Summer Goods CHEAP FOR CASH May 11 1865 dont know that I cotild have laid down my life forher but I could have gone thro several yards of pump watter and large quantities of fire to serve her Miss Julinah was visiting at Mr Snap dragons and as that gentleman married my mothers cousin I was very intimate with the family and used to call there almost every day STow I had a double reason for calinrr there and as Ialways found Miss Julin ah at home it did not take a above week in her society to make me totally obliv ous of everything else but my love She always received me kindly and I began ta hope that I was not altogether disagreeable to her But she staid with us only a the shortest month that I ever remem ber Before she went away she promised to write to me and then in autumn I was to visit her She had never given me a keepsake but after she had gone I found an old shoe string that had belonged to her how is Mrs Snapdrccon she j asked I seated myself is ijuitc 1 answered fearful that you would not the Very softly you nul know that I would eo to the end of the earth to be one moment j in your society i said half playfully I in j ihc did not reply but sat with down i cast way I observe that young jauies have when ho wish you tu more But I had nothing more to say then I was intending to slop at a week but beture returning homo I did intend to oiler my charming self to that fair Julijah At that moment I heard the Joor Lcl ring sprang up as if she had step ped on a rebel torpedo is faiher sho what shall I do I asked as much alarm ed as herself If he sees you icrgot to tell him you was what shall L surprise me what do you mean You For twentythree years old Jake Vnl lard has cultivated the soil in Bald wain County and drawn therefrom a support for himself and wife Jle is childless Xot long ago Jake left the house in search of a missing cow llis route led him through an old patch of clay land of about sis acres in extent in the center of which was a well twenty five or thirty feet deep that at some time probably had furnished the in mates of a dilapidated house near by with water In passing by this spot an ill winddrifted Jakes tile from his head and maliciously wafted it to the of the well and in it tumbled Vow Jake had always practiced the virtue of economy and he immediately seta about recovering the lost hat lie ran to he well and finding it was dry at the bottom he uncoiled the rope which he had brought for the purpose of cap turing the truant cow and after several attempts to catch the hat with a noose he concluded to save time by going into the well himself To accomplish this he of money amounting to twen ty dollars and offerd it to the old man saying If our whole company was here we would give you a hundred The old man replied Boys you must put it in my wallet for me for I am blind But mark what followed Another individual in the room who had looked on the scene I had with feelings of pride 111 our citizen soldiars immediate ly advanced and this is a handsome thing and I want you to drink with me I stand treat for the I waited with interest for the reply It sir we thank you kindly we appreciate your lut ice never drmk The scene was first act was noble was generous the last was grand is a yery violent man and if he should see you here1 dont know what he would do You do not know him But he is coming You must hide And before I could understand what she meant I was pushed into a closet and aken the key A moment after I heard some one en er the which I supposed was her ather What a dangerous old customer he must thought I It was hardly safe to ask him for his daughters hand But the danger or enterprise would only make the prize more valuable j and 1 fll 1 T I seat me DRKO HORSES Livery Stable in connection with the Hotel Travelling con veniences furnished at low rates March 23 CANCERS CURED THE undersigned brought with him from the old Country 36 years ago a wel tested cure for Cancers of all JSnds He lias tested its great value in the cure of this ter rible disease during his long practice and confidently recommends it to the afflicted as a certain cure He has latelv taken out a License under the United States Revenue laws and may be found at liisresidence miles north of Strongstown Indiana county Ia MULYEBILL Jan 20 18C56m and I wore it next to my heart ever af ter But after I say but I do not mean exactly that I wore it until the price of rags were up and then as it was cot sold it I remember how impatient I was to receive her first letter and when it came how eagerly I tore it open and read it I can remember every word of it now I thought that there was a slight sprink ling of love in it but I was not quite sure However she seemed quite inxious that I come and see icr v uuiv ujaixu Lut pii4i iiiuiu vuiuuuic having full confidence in Julinali I myself upon the floor resolved to wait patiently till she should sec fit to release e I lit a match and looking at my watch found that it was but five oclock If I had to until the family retired I should bo paying rather dearfor my whistle But having ridden all day in a lumber ing pld coach I was very tired and soon in spite of iny efforts to keep I was asleep How long I slept I do not know but when I woke I heard many voices in the made fast one end of the rope to a stump hard by and was soon ou his way down the well It is a fant of which Jake was no less oblivious than the reader hereof tjiat Ned Weels was in the dilapidated buii ding aforesaid and that an old blind horse with a bell on his neck who had been turned out to die was lazily grazing within a short distance of the well The devil himself or some other wick ed spirit put it into Neds cranium to lace a little he quietly slipcd up to the ihorse unbuckled the strap and approached with slow and measured ting a ling to the edge of the Dang the od blind horse Jake a comiu this way sure and aint got no more sence nor to fall in here Whoa Ball But the continued approach of the ting a ling said just as plainly as as words that old Ball wouldnt Besides Jake was at the bot tom resting before trying to shin it up therope Great Jerusalem he the old cuss Trill be atop o me can say Jack Kobinscn Whoa dang you OBEYING ORDERS A certain general ot the United States army supposing his favorite horse dead ordered an Irishman to go and skin him MV hat is Silvertail dead asked Pat bats that to you replied the of ficer do what I bid you and ask no Pat went about his busines and in an hour or two returned Well Pat where have you been all this time T asked the general Skining the horse yer Does it take nearly two hours to per form such an oeration No your honor but then you see it tuck about half an hour to eotch him Catch him fire and furies was he alive Yes yer and you know I could not skin him Skin him alive you kill him To be sure I did You know I must obey orders without asking whatam alable youth of his companion a perfect Afri can Plato Just then Ned drew up to the edge of the well and with his fooVkicked a little dirt into it Oh Lord exclaimed Jake falling on his knees at the bottom of the well Im gone now Whoa room and sprrieone very near the door of my closet lovely she looks 1 put my ear to the keyhole to learn what wasgoing on but I could only hear a subdued murmur It must be a thought I here 1 am locked up for safe I did not relish that much but I had to make the bestof it I still listened at the door After awhile the voices became still Then I heard a rustle and a deep bass voice said somethin make out which I could not Jjjy me down to pray the It Lord have mercy on me I Ned could no in longer and fearful that Jake might suffer from his fright he re vealedhimself Probably Ned didnt make tracks with his lieels toward that well May be JaEe wasnt up tb the top in short order May be not I dont know But I do know if who sent you this be the ast squib youl get from that your only suit i i it s rather 6 Oh no In commit a nulifi said a justice toa noisy fellow in court Nobody has a right to commit a nuis the cool reply aboufc No Uncle Why your education is dreadfully imperfect Dont you feel him in your bussum sure The other inserted his hand beneath his waiscoat Npj I Uncle Ignorant It amastroWpas siun which rends so sewerelv dafc even time itself cant heal Den Uncle Pete I know who he io Whoam Dis old boot of mine It soul am lent so severely dab Johnson de cobbler utterly refused to mend him and he says dat heis so bad dat de bebble him self couldnt heel Ive g3t boy having baen brought before the court as a witnee the following coloquy Wherexfoyou the Judge Live with my Where does your mother She lives wilh my 5 He the old Where do they live says the Judge getting very red an audible snicker goes round They live in the tfiunder is their home roars the Judge Here Mr says the Judge take the wftness out and tell Aim to travel he evidently does not un derstand thejjiature of an would thinE says the boy going doorway if I was once to e ou you k j u tiain you dont wait for it and thats a com
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