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lish#.! #ry CkumU) nx-rulng, at Hrlluhmt#, t nt#i
TKKM.S —Caul, in artvsm"" St "O
II nut golit In o.lvanco. I* IK.
A LtVK I'APKK—davutstl to Iko Interest* ut ihi
I'ayiuulil- uia.le within three oi.uithi will lio con
tldc'ii In #,trance.
.S.I Will on ilUiniitlnunil until orresisnesari
uol'l esvspt olupliou of puMlilmrt.
l'o|n-rs going oiltof the count) mint ho paltl for In
•ilianco. , ,
An) ~oroou iiruciirlm no tena-li ouhocrlhoro will
ho --ut *■ o|i) rrocuf charge.
• tur .itsuelro circulation niokoo thlo |.a|.ei on un
,i ouolly rrliwhlo nU iirotttalilo nnMliitii Inraurortlshie
rVohare tun moot otß|ilo fsclllU.-e lor Jtlll tvuitt,
.ml of |.r. | .0r...1 to print all hln.l. 01 Ufko ti I.
Pr ,/roiniii.*. ( . i ootoro,t'omium-|iil t" tuthig, Ac., In lh
(In—l itiln in.lot tho lowwol pu-oil.h rwloo.
til ~| r orti—mchl# lor l—otorni ihwoiliioo month
10te.it- en 1100 (or Hi- ftr.l Hi"" liioortlono.oml
cents % tin- toi oo h mMitluinil luoortlon. gpeeial
C.lilorlol nutlcoo I).out- |wr lino.
, ,uimnnn. maittnpt r IIM
% llhorwldlocounl lo m*.l" to |iorwoiio oilrertloln* In
lhs<i>lort.l,l>oll )eor, ur >o.ir,o. follow-:
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s .iin.i; o- r'. ir.irltno than
ii mi N■ rt • • t-1 • °
y -r lift*.** "ll IniTlloß.
Dolor#.!' wo. who or" I'll, will nolh. r 1 -o
An t clooor m ih) -oln. I" th worroor c"
•if thy h sirlh llro u'. Il.t- Ih) notwl ,!•>)
An I h-rw wo loi -ur lioiri - |..rr-- n-rinx .! wn
I p-m Ih- oltor itoiio. ihot hoorotli >et
Tli ni -I.lor 100 ••horn "f . ( uonch|. • griof
Tho #|oirr reor- oro inon) -In*o th) lif- l-o-n
Rephls Willi pn-mlw. 11l ih* cuttogo hi i .o
I l-ni tho (troon knoll. #klito.| hi 111- be* k
H.0i.10 which thon o .loik hitiwl lot .ll'l t plo)
In tho wilt niooihiw grass . wl.oro .Ui-lo# grow
At. I buttercup* lifto-l th or g. I lon hoo.U
|i.-w -#t on-1 sparkling in tho luori . .g tig.
s >w iMjwudlng ofior lint~l taitteifll-a
Now [.toolimg in tho wotor with ir.*l f-ot
lr angling. Io)) liko. with o hout pin h.o.k
Her tho flr-t minnow, who h o roi rt.i homo
With 11) ing f o.toopo, worn It wo- rough!,
But to roturu o- quickl). Hushe-I with Joy
As,l hu lyont with *ucco-o t., bor *i|
An o.| |o,l trophy f oin tho fluid of oj 11.
II ,w wo. thy rhl!dr#n. -oute-l on th) knoo
With )oo aglow, liolonod to h-or thee 101 l
Tolo#, of thr ti)hood •—Olton told u.o>
Till th-y #ulildo<l into b.,uoeh,.| I w.,i U
Tho ymrr min* ond llio i-lo h.ng
To Ihol li-ot lim-. whon li'o hod not o . oro.
Thot bright. bn#f <lre*m >.f r*.oo cut .r—t dolighr ,
Wbonco dowoy m. morioo I! wt, lighlwlogwl %u
Lik * h >rag *o.. o% fr Ul tho roonho-l p-lt
T;1- hoo groch.n# In lt-onwor i Bi.-h:.
And mo tod II fo lo th— with lovloh h- !
Calmont unrloadiol. ont unmoko.| with chongo
And nnoTootful %• itimmr'i dor.
Till lto, o #ho lo— f- ll or nm- thy du> r
A# It #t.ool wido. otvl Ih- do-|.llr dowlh
i' oi mod from thy It to, tho d-nro it *r. t Ih" h-#t j
An 1 dlintn-d tho orooln wblrh th - lo*o llghi otmno
And th* Ur~l hon I# m l f—t w-ro U d lo r.#l,
ll* etui ooro llft-l on I hr work o- '...n0
lltr u!lortr.g '.ror or, I bor r • #n rnrr
Life ot th l..ng*t I- hot Ilk- o Uv.
A# l.rlof and jol-kly r*—"d . ond dowl I. r .I—; .
A !o*t long il—|. Th- for.>woll. g --Might,
To m.wl. on wnkrog. ot tho wtmug pror-o
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Tile ndy In the llriu*!'.
AN AMtSDMCST AHOrTRIi Tn kCPItI. Tilt
W A All I SriTON , Feb. UN —Thf! IIoU-i
devoietl the moat of the drty to lIt•
consideration of the Indian anil l.sn'
matters and lite ret of the iittie to tin
oundry civil bill. The Indian appro
pnaiion bill, a* it came frotn conference
•van panned, the agreeriient bem|! on tin
bhAis oi f*>.361,605. thio beinu #l3 tV*l
leas than the Sendte jfnve ami #l '.5 .U<)
more than it (fronted as orijfin illy p
ed by the House. The inot imfiortaii
features of the'lay were the repenl ot
the jire emplion law* Hn-I the moriifir .t
tion of the home-tend Irtwo a reporter!
from the committee on public Undo
The amendment wa accepter! by tin
committee on appropriating. It pro
vide! th*t the pre-emption law*, wf"ili
er with all laws authorizing the tiling
of declaratory statements for entries oi
the public lands by agent or attorney
be repealed ; that this repeal shall noi
affect the disposal of lands under treat)
atipula'ions with Indian tribes, nor be
deemed to impair any legal rights here
tofore acquirer! under the laws repeal
ed j that any person applying fur tb#
benefits of the timber culture law# shall
make his entry in person, at the propel
local land office, and shall m-ke nffi
davit that he U an actual resident of
the county and State or Territory in
which the land is situated, and that be
has not entered into any contract or
agreement to relinquish the entry he
may make, and that he has no present
or prospective purpose of miking any
such relinquishment, and the offering
for sale, as a matter of traffic or specu
lation, of relinquishment* of entrie
made under the provisions of the linn
her culture laws shall he deemed prism
facie evidence that such entries wen
made for speculative purpose# and no'
in good faith, as required by law, ami
such entries shall thereupon be liahh
to cancellation by the Commissioner o
the General band Office and the land
covered thereby shall be deemed sub
ject to entry by the first legal applicant.
The consular and diplomatic bill wn*
lo passed, with S3B .Vft more than tin
House had originally allowed, Kacep'
a little political sparring between
Blackburn and Dunn, of Arkansas,
there was nothing to break the monoto
ay of routine labor.
The New York Boss.
The popular opinion of .John Kelly,
I * 'lti-f Sachem of Tammany, is mainly
lew-paper opinion. Many people think
tim little better than a wandering
1 'omanche, and at best he is regarded
>y people who do not know -him its a
-hort haired politician. Never was there
i greater mtatake. In featuro he an
i .'lonely resembles General Grant that
the photographs of the two gentlemen
would reatlily he taken fur one and lite
a mie person. In stature they are 1-
nost identical, although the ft l'resi
lent is considerably stouter. The Tstn
many chief never touches wine. Ho i
i refined, erudite and cultured gentle
mitt, and a fine claa-ical scholar. I hcte
ire few nien better read than he, and
there are not many who can speak more
•loqttently. For years it has been his
l.'light to lecture in I rltolf of charitable
nstilutinn* generally connected with
•be t-'atltoho ''hurch. I'nlike in slice
turcrs, li-. pays his own expense* and
lie entire proceeds are given to the
icirity which he advocates. His lit
•-t ellnrt on the lecture platform .*.
tt Boston, ill aid of the House ol Good
s upheld, lite B tslott I'nestro was
c iviicd. Governor Butler presided,
lis introduction of Mr. K-lly was u
iiirrt-1 of cl< quence. The stage was
•ii upied by representative men of 11- •->
on, among others < i.-neral <' >lllnw, Miv
r Palmer and ex-Mayor Prince, Mr.
Kelly's subject wis "The early Iri-.lt
ettlement* in North Slid South Amer
a and ho stated s'lttl" fiCts as novel
i* they are in tere*ting, especially to our
1 ri-li citizen*. After sketching the re
ordoftheeighteenth centurt in Ireland
0 show how I'ogli-h peroecut.on drove
Irihhmen liom Ireland, Mr. K-Pv sa d
tiat a larg,- proportion of the oolonul*
-f this country were ol Irish origin, and
uuclt of the succe.-s ol the It -volution
ry w ir is due to Irishmen. Many Iri-h
•ho were driven to Franco entered tin-
French army and give mat- rial HI I to
A ashington. Irishmen h ivo played
rnportsnt pails in the lu-tnry of France.
\u*lriu, Sjniii and <>uch:ilf
•f I Ives nfficorv and private* who con
1 tere.l India were Irish. Iri*h settle
nent* were made in N- w Hainp-hiro.
Nl-ossucuusetia and M line, hut more
r ero m*do in Peun-ylvania than in atiy
•ttier colony. But liish names do not
-eveal all the Irish families. Ihoy have
•eon strangely Anglicized. Muty Irioh
ellleil in both the ('..rolitias and \ :r
.ilia. "All the famous P. 111 -r- long
uid loud applause j were of Iri-ti origin.
\ndrew Jackson ipplauacj was Iri-h,
snd Presidents i'olk, Monroe and liu
•Itanao wero of Irish origin. So so
B.shop I'e-rkeley. Frou-le -ays tiiat
Bunker 11,11, near B nli.it, is n iim-l
irom Bunker iIvI. in Ireland. General
-larke's reg niont at Bunker 11.11 was
argely Irish, and Starke's name is
Slarkey' on his falli-r a grave-tone. |
Kentucky was first explored by an
Irish hand. the foundation of the
>1- thudlot 'hurch in the I'nit.-d >tates
uid t'snada was laid by lri-li ilinerints.
In Canada the proportion of Irt-b is
arger than either the -■■-•>trh or Kng
ish." lii conclusion, Mr. K-• ISy show
I that Irishmen have been very j.ro.n
■ •lent to Peruvian, ' ill, in and other
*.iui|i American history.
The School f aliiinlty.
rut TTRHIMC I-ISI-TKK IV M.H TORK
c-IROVxs's zi ar sti.t' Tni,
S'r V"v, F.-t>. '2j —-The coroner
his morning "elected the jury which is
•o investigate the csil-i - which leil to
he fatal school disater yetterdsy, re
■ultitig in the death of the sixteen
pupils. This afternoon they will revisw
the -pne of the j.snic and a day wdl
•■e appointed for holding the inque*t.
t'rowds of people visited tlie place this
morning and discussed the terrible
.flair. Many si rs loud in their denun
ciations of the clergymen in permitting
ihe staircsse, which they say has been
in a frail condition for some time past,
to remain without heihg properly
strengthened. It is thought that the
injured will all recover, as they are re
ported this morning to he doing well.
Tue bodies of the dead children will fe
brought to the church o the Most lln!)
K.-deemer at nine o'clock to morrow
morning, where the funeral service*
will he conducted. The church will he
draped in morning. Tho bodie* will be
enclosed in neat rosewood caskets,
bearing on silver plate* the name* and
age* of the little unfortunates. It |*
thought they will all he interred in
An examination of the records of the
building department fails to show that
a report on the condition of the school
had been made from which it i* inferred
that if an examination was made the
(dace was deemed to he in good condt
tion. An inspection of the building
- shows that the doorway* are only two
, and a half feet wide and open inward*,
facing on the end of th! benches so a*
to allow no pMsage room and with the
aisle* narrow and blocked tip with
itove*. The exist* everywhere opened
on a dark and narrow hallway.
Heath oT Judge bumble.
A lUSTlSflMaiir.il I,IIK KM IK II —IIIH I Mil Kit
IN roi.iTim AND ON iii K nr. MM.
W'H imisioHT, Feb, 22.—After 11 long
and |u in fu 1 illness, lusting several
months, James fliiniMo died ut It in resi
< I I'll Co ill this city nl eight o'clock this
morning, aged 71 you,-a. 110 was a na
tive of Lycoming county, linving been
horn on ii farm near Jersey Shorn on
the 28th of Jununry, 180' J. 110 tudied
law Willi A. V. l'ir-oiin and was admit
tod to tho hur in IH.T2. In IKII ho mot
tdi-ctod a member ol tho Slate l.egiala
lure hy the I i.-iiiocr it and was re
cloclod in I *42. While in tho L<-gis|a
luro ho served as chairman ol llm com
mitten id win i and nr-.tris wlo-n the
ii|>|>ro| riuti>)ii for tho I'oringc railroad
over iho Allegheny niouiitaiiia w.i
Hl mlo. lie w as elected lot 'on trier* from
the FJeventh district HI 1870 ami re
elected in is,'..' Uuringhis terms Iho
Kiia--Ni-htska i|iiosiion was iho ex
oiling iuo and ho voted against inak
mg it a si.iV" territory. Alter leaving
Congress ho was not railed lo public
life igain until 1859, when (Jovernor
Packer a|'|>oililod hlill President .ludge
■if tho district coin| used of < 11uI•- II .
Centre ami i oarfiold counties, to fill
the vacancy caused hy llie su'lden death
ut Judge llunisido. Hi- scrveil ah: ill a
veai, when ho retired to puvate 111••
ignti. In ISCH he <*a elected Previ
dent .ludgo ol iho Lycoming ci-irot
ni l served his full term of !• II years,
'hi roliriiig from the bench in l-T.i ho
Was tendered and accepted i l-ampinl
from the tnemhor* ol the hr as a mark
of their esteem. Judge (iambic waa a
member "I the J'l by let iin church
and 10l years he -'-rfel as an eider II"
■to also a director of the I• Id I.'gle
V illev II illrot I C uiipiny Hid oi lliw
Wiliiamsport National I'.snk. He leave
i wife, one daughter and two sons. I lie
itinera! will lake | see on if on iay after
noon at two o'clock.
>-m; irtvi-.iv,, facts have hoi n do
cIo-.'-l hy I; -pres.-nUtU ve I l ink It/
no ,v.-r onci rnmg :he nisi agi rnent of
the Weather Itureau in W hirig(<-n h)
its chief, i ion. linen. Mr. Ib-lulio-u ■ r
his not mine.-I words in making I.
charges. He asserted that the c-rrtip
ii ns that existed under Howgate r >t
ill the deportment today, that the
- glial Service Ii i I her line t nest Ii r a
le v pampered *■ -il:iwg of the army to
creep into that the appropriations
made for its support wen* stolen lo
agents of the I'. J res 11 while working
upon '" ingress f.,r siilt larger amounts.
to I sm>n in turn lliit the sunk of
the -gn a I rv > ha I l-i'i'ii diverted
from its i---i'i st ,tu'.loiul ol 's, in I that
'ieneral W. I', flusn, Chief Signal
I nfieer. Was not only Cogni/Slit of all
these things i tit wis the source and
inciting cau-e i I th -• ti in*ft rm-itmn
which the Weather II Ire Hi has heel)
mule odious in filial' r y circles and i
laughing stock to the si ient.fio men the
w.-tid over. Mr. Ilelt/hiKiTi-r ■t| lic-l! y
-tales that 'letleril II II in !" - 1 • '
cured for spec- >i • luty a dets l ol armv
dMri-r* Attache I to the Signal S rvu-e
on I tie plea of ' look rig after certain
commercial interests,and employed
tlieir SI ir.CI us agents lo work Up pub
lic sentiment in the larger Clll'-s agai I
any change- in the service, an l in lavor
of placing the corps on a permanent
1 i!. like the liginrer and 1 'rdlisnce
C >rpa. In iniAi rlo these '• n. II rsn
has n-t spoken. lie ll i* Sought lo
aluise M r ll.'lt/hoover t-ut I hat has only •
and properly, weakened the fellow ho
tried lhii to defend himself. I tie truth
is f'.clt thonver s rliarges sre a, II sub
-tanliati -I and tin \ ti us not I een in-cle
too soon. f. .st year the S gnal Service
of ihis country cost $1 111 '729 This
year # 1.555,1.19 are askr-d for. tif tl.r
latter sum only about #,|oiss) are dr
sired for the legitimate work ol the
ftureau. the remainder is to go lor orua
mental purposes. The system eatablish
e<l in Kngland twenty one years ago ha
as nutnt stations a we have and its an
nual workings only cost SSO 000* year
A late President of the Western I'nion
telegraph company always persisted in
declaring that the entire work of weath
er observation in this country could he
successfully conducted for $200,000 a
year. The on!v objection to Mr. He|t/.
Hoover's action is that it has been too
long delayed.— Vallry Spirit.
Nothing to Show for Hundreds of
The way in which money i wasted
on the navy has hevn partly illustrated
during recent debates in Congress.
According to Mr. (Talkins, when bnil
lera were made for the Pinta, they fit
ted so badly that the vessel hail to he
torn to pieces and the Itoiler* turned
around in order to get them into her at
The Mnhician waa to be provided
with guns; when these were made rea
it waa disenvercd that there wa* not
space enough left for working them, so
that they were taken out and sawed ntr
twelve or fourteen inches, and the ves
sel than put to sea with clipped ord
.lust after the war some big engines
costing aboui SOOO (MX) were built for a
vessel whose keel was never laid. Afo-r
I they wore finished it became necessary
;to tear out one end of the building
J where they were constructed in order lo
get them out, and then they went sold
for old iron, fetching about S2O 000.
In tlii- current method of construe
lion, according to Mr. t'alkiii*. "when
the different parts of the ship are
brought together none of then fit. This
has been the history of our navy lor the
last twenty years.''
j No wonder that for hundreds of mil
lions expended there is now little left
Hold Mines in North Carolina.
Ii is known that gold mining was car
rjed on extensively for neurit a century,
and (hit th)- I oiled S'al'-s government
before Ihe win had a mint estut.l h
---d at ilt it 10l te, now i oij v• rt'-d into an
Assay to It-t the ipialiiy and v-dtie of
the gold now iniiiel within I tie pre
cincts ol thit i ill .of M i lib-til urg i oun
ly.und of other contiguous lo ali'ies.
I heearlv geological dtscovern-vconlified
the gold depoot lo the u"tcn, p ,rt . f
N'onh' 'tolui,, I,ut re, • mly s learn
ed Iroiii I lyeli,-villi . on the t' .pe | . .r
rivi-r, in tin i-iilini pit t of tin- -tine,
t hut Job I I'. if lis. of Mr re e iiri ty. d
covi-ri -I gohl on h> o's- un- -i.< 11 ro .
I IK* ohl niati - ear t lily posesnor s. a- i
stal' d, f tiiierly " con- l--I of hi if a
'l' ret) h ,lf - I irved coo IS, hi* riieir, I- ■
cai. in I iinl ng, ii hoe lie hum' le lion.,
•1' i I wis - me twenty iiri- - ol I -r r ■ n
I itid, ern !• I tln ti-on a no ,||, unsightly
log house. Jirri shriw .ly kept the
urn x pi-el "d die -vi rv to l-iiei.l aid
mined the precious mstsl ai heat be
could, ohtaining lilore than a hundred
pounds. I ited with In- • 1,.
could no longer i-nice.,l li s g- ,1 ~. s
ft-.m !, wealthy n- glil-ot . ut | to
lin-ril he -I po clof i p.,rt .I h I r.d
tor i i 'd*i, rf-i rv i • th,- Isrg. r por
tion for hi into If. !'iirij<,i now a 1'
lisn/i King, the w, Itl i.t man ,i
Kisteru N irth i ir-h.n . II- b ■ i, s iv
ml on ilitfeleiit to de of , . ig, a< nr-l
ngiy is j n-psr iig to tml J for luui-cli s
•ouidsonie r- - -i, n< •.n. ,r the plaie o
his first rude miii ng <>| '-rstn i -
In ii petidentiy ni tin- mvalual le sgi.
cultural and lumhi-ring resources of
Nor'h I 'arolilot, th -tale especially of
I lie Westell! part, considering lis gen
, logical formation and the til to-! %1 ,i.-
ciiveries already m-i le of g . I. run s
iron ore and of oluer imj-ortant ro too
s,s ritKiunds large in them in i lii -l:
< -ii-N nl -inlui lUrin-s WHO. * U i. n
tsl, IS proof positive that the <asi.ro
part el-o is rich in gold depos t. of
Which no geologist lias as yet nollicd
It 11 1" fall.- Ii t > the lOt of this hutlil-ie,
11-ret iluir I-1 11l ,11 to t.ei sine the I:r-t
lo 111uke kniiirti this vaoiuh.e deposit ol
ih precious metal in Moore counlv,
which dihtl, as wili |, ,i| to other d -
river -iplill. :t- IV , lihle M.d toll
Mr. Horsey a H Milness.
it .s more than pro'all,- that. • a
i ■ ne ipi'-n.-e i,f H-idell turning - a ■ ,
evidence, ex "senator I',-s. -, wo: t.,
c dii I l-y the >1 - m-e as awit n- . f. V■
•Senator I' r -y. si hough hisiyis si,
not wind y r- >l' r I to u soun-l cu.d •
tioll, lots , Uieigid Idle .he llgl.t of i| y
again. It I) Tsey hid not air-<iy lis
t-rr.nnid to take the st.it,-I to cxp un
his roritiertioli With the aiieged too
spiral ), I, i 1,-il' MI turn wlf dectdi
hi 111 t-i d-t so. 11,. he I such a step in
, contempt ilton at the fiist ir;*|. i||,
TI port that tieneral fira-ly will go on
tiiest.ni) has a fiiundallon I hat Mills)
will )lo as If. r del I has done, although It
is the cut rent rej-vrt i not expected
t-y the defence, lout l!--rdell would
conti-s and t< -llfy lis- -en experts I
l-v the d< fence ever sire-- toe second
< owlildctl hy it Ihuimii.
I'lNCisNsTt, feti 22 Away fiack m
the west end. on f-at street, where
three ru four d ns ago the w iters ot tin
fi axis stood three feet d"t p. there w is
I • •
a lively cowhiding late on l'u< s.lay
night. Mrs. Wendel Daemmerlinggave
a terrible thrashing to (feorge Meter
and Henry M.shier, two employes of a
distillery, who had each sent hrr n
mm;c valentine, and on which verc in
scribed, in their own handwriting. tome
Obscene sentences in the fierrnah lan
gtiage. It wis the writing that was
offensive, nod by that Mrs. Ihsuniii-r
--ling identified the senders. 11 s-r whip
was a drayman's Mark snake. Ilrr first
victim was Meyer, whom she held and
1 whipped until he yelled for mercy
while M.shler looked on and laughed.
Once through with Meyer the woman
laid her formidable grasp ti|ion Mishler
atid dealt htm it double dose, while the
people looked on,cheered and laughed.
Meyer waa too hndly.cul up to enjoy
the entertainment. Mis. I'aemmrrltng
' seasoned her blows with a choice ad
mixture of half German, half broken
Knglish exclamations, and wound up
the business with the remark addressed
lo th* spectator*. "I geh duu fellers he
too *< hrnard to send me sonic more
valentines already."' f
A IfugtiH f.ord lo l.nsc His Heiress.
MONTRKAI., Feb 22.—-Suit was cnlered
in the Supreme ' ouit hero toal-iy lo
iitiiiiil the ni,iring" ol Mis* ('fiafV- y, of
I'erth, to Henry Allan, the bogu Lord
<.'iiiityle. The tnioister who pi-rfrnied
I the ceremony and the marriage lievtwr
ate uiH<le pintles lo tfie suit. I here i
nothing known here of the antecedents
,of the pretender and it is slated that
j the family lie itnpo#.-d on •r- eipially
: ignorant in r< gsrd lo I.mi Missf 'o If, y.
who is under age, is worih uhoui ijfl <M <i,
j IKrtf rid m i rued without tier gnu Milan's
consent. The Cise excites gient int- r
M iiiy ai-t 1101 •gve if irei- ions lo pi line
giiij-s, no I. mo i of i1,.-.i-Hr<- s'-iot as
• ■tear a* mud, ii li oi) -i.fv nip the tii
-cut. I o | rune gl-ip, s | fo| ■r :■ •
mci . iv to know lit t the | i--v ,u.
• uirnii is gr iy;' . ot. !y . I,as pr*( e | r--
• lucmg toi Is. Hti'i -i - - t h' on I y a, much
wood is -ill- wed to glow ii, not to i vcr
work tin r--ots. I l.i n whit' I--ft !-i
; glow should I e i y oly di • rut■-'• 'vi r
he tM-l.ls Wlii-l! t lie gr ,wi> g Will"!
-•Ill h kSO Ms til I" iVe l)l,!y otie go, f
• -11' I on 111 il st ll' , We 11, I . l- x | ,-t
muiij s i ■! - nri I a- to-. Ii <"il t- .
■ lie I- • the bi-l )- ,| 11 11 ■- 1 -,o|s
(list if V, ~ (,|| 11, II" ! • . 1- V, 11, | |,|
grow,! gll, Is tlliy be I I. We < !"l
po -r 111 I lilies sholliij t■■r ll out ..ll'l
g lher cnni|M-n il-.i g ' . having nmie
lei ,s on wi ma! ur, -i gi •11 . I ties
w,y the vine | k--|-t tl.r My. , , It,-
lie*| > i -t. -I i w.-il pro • i y 1■ >• ,1. >
S-- H flit.- rll thing, ' .t fruit lime tell-
li.llsretit t:i!'-. I. ■ s| :mg 1 ■> .- •II
i visit to a neigh"' ng town. 1! •-
tr i II I ' l,-r - -.1.- i t > ki,■ -v -.y h - , n I
b.-got to tr in lor vim- 1 Iriiumi'i,
II- it,, gh'or, wi"i. e - , t h'-il), ••• s
mrnfi'il and tlueati-i,, i •• I, t sb
• - nild do 'o t -i" oi i- wbo' r - II- red li'-i
vines > In tin i t.m- I w , ther
i; ii at i 'h- prut-vd v :>s vi re o-a I, -J
e- ih w- il tpim -I gr >| ■ • i I t tie
i, .gl,b,.'. vI f, lis ! I .1 f, m all it J e
1.-I ii- ' m i- )i<-
i lie 1, sot . kriow • of the r- .1 rx ei
f tlx- y - the more he ready to 'ill
-ate how it must I d-me. It r"
-ti,- Iy. I. ir-Ipe.in ux-y -r i>- ai-•v • r v
, r t a- i, tr ~s ii t: • i ri • .Is t tx
t eli at ts ,e a *,,- g w lie y ,r,i - at" to
pnaiucc all they can without weaken
Il n-g. An ow-r '.:m-1 v.i.e - :n< liux >
•I e. fi.it dr i-ip- an i 1-ear- fiit
I lillle lor ye,i . i ix'-e vs), •i , ludie-i the
-ij'j-cl. prune, ami pi-.tie iilwiaily.
iw ' r a tie. It*. Is- tli the over
s, • i i i 1 i.a- I - i I .lie ar l g - a
'•ui 1.e..; i f -y.r- 11 af ~ Hide, whicl.
Was ifi y-'-.i ' i sl7 i. .'.I- ,11 half a
•nt a v rd. I st,mi set my posts st
• -lien feet alove g.-iuit, d ll.eii liav.ig
-ti hi II dance of w r- ,fi<li strelcli
, . 1 .
-• 1 1-s i • I ,e ,ve tlx- "pans la IS * I
Is r, only .1--r .-oef-.-jt. N'.nes will
do lieio r when llx-y lots | 1- t I) of sup
port. I have thirty in my
g r fen Ix real I | lat ', > j , nl ~f 11.- w a
~i as not l , 1..- let g i-t, 1 t , a: \
extent. I :x-. i i i . w..rm Mii-slnny
I 1 -a .-Ii s -me of iiii oil (Vii'ri
friend-Cou.-f i I j -y witliine tot exc- 1
lent graj ,-• lb- ni -t >ie- r.r •• >ie
In- • M D-n-'r K trly.' I ght-ii "Wot
■fen. •I t It. I li - ig, r• N laid 15.'
"-sili-ni 11-s lea which I -"is lh'*
1> ui an- Mirths." - < Hamp oi-.
1 K i g W .1 r;l," 1 al.t If- f, ' A -.
-IIS l WIM.ITI
1 al 'loll-oax , l'a
I'l l ( lulls Hope I'eriiua.
If ,e ril irnltig Willie t'• tier fill"' sixl •
a- holding her up in or-l. rt at s;e
i ou' I l-i - 1 Ii til -re ex v.a 11 < r having
struggled as |• ll I, lis I Spell 111 C -llgll tig,
he made the M'tHari-. that he di-l not
believe f,e would ever g"' well, when
.ie, in her "elkness, „j,| j "A 1
Will, if you Will t riog I'K UIXIHAS
I tie doctor wis brought, lie ptiscribed
a I'-ispoonful ol /V-sai every foil'.
Nhe began to imptoye fr--tn the li st
dose she t-M--<. 5,,,,. | O ;,J t ' - lay she
! lias m-vi r felt better in lor life than
•he does now, si -I that she cannot -ay
too much for /', rvn i A, J. Mii i.ru.
ller htisban-l writes ; 'S.,uth t'lnca
go. 111, Iec. 19, 1 "s>l ; I foire a living
witness of the virtue of /Vrai,,i in rr.y
. wife, who was saved from death by it.
I certify that evsry word on page .In in
'flit IIIRTVAN'a l,nok on the "Ills of
Life' is true in every particular.
T. s. FHERI i\r.
A great tunny have gone rraiy over
the 15 ptutitle t-ut parties who don't go
to l tie ll sum Clothing House. Il"lle
fonte Pa., for their clothing boots and
shoes are cr-xyr enough, to pav doui lc
the price for them in other plno * and
is the hardest puule. we ever lie ,rd of.
H'e told you many ti®ea, thai we ar.
closing out our entire stock of Fall and
Winter gaods, at and be low cost. i\V
therefore adViap yoteto strike, while the
iron is hot, as you'f never have this
chance otb red again. no Ft.
I soh-ss f rigfit.
To worty about any lover. Kidney or
j Urinary Trouble, especially Hiiglit'a fb
| .ease or IhahsteS. as Hop Hitlers never
Mia of a cure where a cute iv |si*ibje.
I We know this. ti9'.l. i
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1 In th. ftprlre lor.uow .tory
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