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MIDDLEMJIvG SNYDKIl CO. PA . OCTOBER!:.'. 1871.
i7J' sfiL' v '- : Sf - 7i tw
Mm Mii L
ATTOHNKV AT LAW,
OfTera bin professional at rvices lo die pub
lic. Collections and all other profrMinnal
business entrusted to bis ear will reeeive
.prompt attention. Jan 8, '67.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
4ITcrf hi professional service lo the pub
ie. All business entrusted to hit care
ill be promptly attended to.
r Jan. 17, 'C7lf
wTky i g ut "
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offers lilt Professional service lo the pub
;lie. All business entrusted lo bit care
will be prompt) attended to.
Jan 17. 'CTll
M. Va N UV.VM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offers his professional service lo ie pub
lic. Colleclioni and all oilier Pio Cfsion
al business entrusted to hie care will re
ceive prompt attention.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offer bia Professional service lo the pub
lie. Colleclioni and all other profeisiou
all business entrusted lo bia care will re
ceive prompt attention. Ju. 8, 'ti7tf.
M.U.NN. A. II. DILL,
(Suceenturs to J. F. fc J. M. Llnn.)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Lewisburg. Ta.
Offer tbeir professional services lo Ibe
fublio. Collections and all other pro
fessional business entrusted lo their care
will receivepromptatleniion. f Jan. 8, '07if
IIARLKS HOWKR. '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offers his professional services to the pub
vie. Collections and all other profession
business entrusted lo his enre will re
celts pron pi attention, ( d ee Ivco tlnor
north of Ibe Keystone Hotel. Jon 6, '6
J ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offers bia Professional services lo the
pablio. All business entrusted lo liis
eare will be promptly attended to. Col
lections made in nil parts ofilio Htnle.
He can speak (be Kugl'sh and German
Jungiiage fluently. Otfico between Hall's
and ibe I'oal oHiee.
T N. MYEHS,
1 ITTURNEY i 0lSELOR IT I.WV
Middlebtir Snyder County IViiu'a
Ofliee a few doors West of llie P. O. on
Ulnia street. Cons uliafkia in Knglinb
SLd Ciu t n l (.ures. tip. till
T C. BUt'IlEK.
Ja ATTOUXEV at law.
flffers his professional se vices. o the pub
lie. All business enirustcl lo his care
will be promptly attended lo.
Jan. 3. '?t
(1 UOYfcK k HAKER
J SEWING MACHINE.
Porsons in need ef a good and durable
lowing Machine enn he nccnmmod'ited nt
reasonable prices by calling on on Sam
i ai. Facst, Agent, t!eliugrove.
Jan. 24, G
K. J. Y.S1I1NDEL.
. BURGEON ANI t'li VSK'IAN.
Offers bis prnfessioaal services lo the cit
izens of Middleotirg and vicinity.
March 21. '67
J F. VAN BL'SKIKK.
IIR6ICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST
JOHN K. HUGHES, Enq.,
JUSTICE OF THE TEACE,
Pcnn Twp., fnjder Co. Ta
YU. WAONKIt, Koq.,
Jt Tlt'POr THE I'EACE.
Jack ho j To raship, Snyder Co. Ta..
Will attend to all butinett entrusted lo
bit eara and on the most reasonable
terms. March 12, 'liHlf
DllJ t KANAWEL.
PHYSIC IAN AND SURGEON,
vcnireTiiie, nnjut-r vw.,
Offera bia professional aervicea lo Ibe
GRAYB1LL & Co.,
WllOLISALS DSAMSI IM
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE
Oil Clotbt, Window Shades, Drooms, Mats,
brushes Cotlon Laps, Grain Uags, Fly
Nets. Ituckcla. Twines. Wicks. &o.
Ko 845 North Third Blreed, Philadelphia.
eb. 7, '67
Freeburg Snyder Co. Pn.,
' kiwi refoeelfullv offera bia aervicea lo
Ibe publio aa Vendue Cryer and Auoiion
sr. Having bad a large experience, I
ftet confident that I eaa render perfeel
inisfaolion lo niy employees.
ATTOIWEY AT LAW k
llDDLEBCIta, BNTDER COUNTY, Ta
Office In Court Iltuse, Sept. 16, '07tr
No. 322 N. THIRDS
J. II. MANDE11UACII Prop'h,
sJ. C. Nll'K, Clerk.
1 A 415 North Tain Wrest.
IU1E t ILDiH
Wllftr tin fiWetr avf t tDi
B'Uoaer, lilank book Maaufaturer
77 aeaier Id Jvrapplag, Dlastlng, Cur
JI'm4 wu '!' Bat it Ilea
Til Apple PrtMy.
The olglil was bright with silvery light
That shone across the lea.
When blue eyed Nancy took my fancy
At an apple cuttin bee.
'Twas In the fall an' I recall
Eiac'ly how I 'spied her ;
She was fittin alone a quern on a throne
When 1 tat down besido her.
Not a word we said as (he momenta sped
Their ways wlilt Joy o'erlmlrn ;
I kep' one eye on the company,
The other on Ibe ainldeo.
The applet flew an hour or two,
Like leaves in autumn weather.
The work bein' done the fuu begun,
We all wcnl in together.
Peelin'e an' core that strewed the II ar
Were quietly swept away.
I an Nance took our place in the d iuce,
An' dimced till tnoruiu' gray.
.She looked si neat ! her preily feet
liy niu gie seemed lo move her.
An' ihen her touch oh ! it was such
1 couldn't help but love her.
r.re uie mornin npui orove away me nigui
Told her alone near the old curbstone
Exactly how I was fvelin',
She trembled first and then she burst
Into tears they tnudo tno shiver
An' told me loo the loved me true,
And would be mine forever.
Time, in his flight, since that bomtiful
Has seen tnsny loves grow fUklc,
Hut Nimcy lcir i siilin' here
With arms around her Y.ckle.
MI)Ml S BIGHTS.
Deunis MeKlvnn baa been thinking about
"woman a rights, and his excited iumgina-1
lion finds venl as follows ;
Hurrah for the lime that is enmin', I
Whin ladies shnll vole like the min : I
Och, won't l he polls be a blonmin'
Wid flihers snd crinoline thin !
Election day thin. I am Ihinkin',
Will he the (treat day of the year.
Whin lasses and lads will he diinkin'
Together the candidulo't beer.
What's Ibe use lo wrangle wid UiJ !y
About who the living shnll ma'ie ;
An' sure, if'l will please her, I'm riddy
To givo up the hod for her sake.
An' be stayin' all day nt the shanty
To 'lind the dotiie.tic affairs,
A hoilin' the bate on' permit-.
An' mendin' the rips an' the tares.
Thin when election approaches,
An' tho lasses nre marchin' tho strale,
Mid big bands of music an' torches,
At.' liiildy is standing the Irate,
I'll be on the sidewalks hurrahin'.
For my own darliu' Uiddy Mct'lynn,
Wid a child in my irrms, and adrawin',
A cab wid auollicr oho in.
An' when she is maliin' her spiches
Ilcfore the great mill of the Inn 1,
Sure thin 1 will lend her my hraehes,
An' sit by her side on the shtan I ;
An' after she's done wid her Inlkiu',
Och. thin how the people will cheer,
An' off to the polls he a walkin'.
An' voting for IlidJy my dear.
An' whin all the volin' is over.
An' lliddv'k eleeled.'aiire thin
I'll live like a pig iu the clover.
"id Honorable Mrs. McHvm:
The shanty I'll quickly belravin'
An hvin wid illegaul taste.
Wid a horse and a shay for me drlvin'
And a nigger lo wate on the baste.
(t's never a lie I am spatin',
lint Ibrue every word lhal I ear.
It's myself 'twould never be lakiu'
The rights of Ibe ladies away ;
If a lassie, thinking il proper,
MioulU shoulder the mortar and brick.
Bad luck to lhal Ihafe Ibut would shtop her
1 d blscken bis two eyes pretty quick.
A STony ofGe.neiul Tiiomah.
Among the stories told of lb? lain
General Thomas, u one of an incident
wh'cb occurcd when be and hit chief
of staff, General Garfield, were in
spection the fortifications of Chntta-
nooga io 18G1 They heard a shout,
"Hello Mister! You I I want, to
speak to you ;" nod General Thomas
found that ho was tho person ad
dressed, by an uncouth, backwoods.
Kast Teoncskcran. Ho stopped, and
1 bo dialogue which onsucd was as
" Mister, I want to got a furlough "
"On what ground do you want a
furlough my man f"
" I want to go homo and see my
" How loog siuce you saw your
" Ever sloco I enlisted, ulgh ou lo
tbreo months." .
" Tbreo months I" good naturcdly
excl.ii.ued Goucrul Thomas " Why,
my good man, I haven't seen niy wifo
for three yean..''
The Hint Tennrssacao stopped
whittling for a moment, and stared!
incredulously ; at leogtb ho said :
" Well, you soo, me and my wifo ain't
Even General Thomas's grimnss
wns not proof against the laughter
which be rode away to oouocal, leav
ing tho astonished soldier without sn
answer. We giro it at told by Gon.
Johnny, where is your Pi?
Qono fishing, sir." " llo was fishing
jesterday, was be ool f "yes, sir."
What did he catch V " One eat
flab, lbs rboumttrtisia, two ee)s, tbe
tooolhacbe, sad soms little ones. Ma
ae jslllalekflts to &t'Ji
Harper's Weskly of Sept.
gives nu extended aacnunt of the hi- ( in social life ho is widely different,
lory snd personal qualities ol this trrat Amjnfi hit frionJs whom ho lorvi he
juurnalial atiJ atati'stnao, ft'otn stbii.h becomes gcoial so l cli.itty. -It such
WO clip tho follow iiift ; liiinrB ihriwinir aido pulMos, be show
As writer, Mr. Greuly la wmi-J bimscll to Lo a tnu-t clianiiin,- a'nl
tier; hu is cover idle. In nil l:tccc ngrccahlo cuovcr.nl iotiulit, u-d li nl
u ii J al ail timet, u hoo not alfcp, l.u way nil OflvctueJ viHilnr. lv incii
is duiojr lotnethitiK. He p Inn it inlo pow greater power 'of attai'hitu
tbo oflk'O at ruilt'oti'l pcoI, aearerly
speukiuit to or outii'in any ou', bin
hat, pucltt'ti, ami bunds full of eram
jiU'd nu rs, culls out (or bia lutur,
divva fin' liii too tn aliugs liis uvorcout
one way anil but aimllifr, on J in hall
a ininulo will l0 wi iti'i aa though . ulanty or order. IIm dc.l i alwuya
bo had only half an hour iu w hich to a oiarvel nf coufuiiu. llo has ooitli
du u djy'a woik. liu aita at a deck cr time nor inclination lo attend to
tU'iirly n bili an liii chin .hi hili 'cxlciiur I rifles, ood bis always been
l our. lie in urtl raie lug nrm to the le.
vcl ol bis car. An J audi a desk ! It ,
is chaos typified iren, or rulbei
heuped, with pupil's, notes, clippiii);n. I
aoitiu ra.i.uus c.rt ha 1
been emptied upoo it. There aro uo :
keys, fur a lock is a oijstery ho conld
I never uiidci'sluuii, un I a key n thiDj.
i be never could keen, li. liind him is!
io ehuin. aeourciv rtritol U tho deck. ;
on the end of the cbuin a pair ol seis-'
M.r. Without tl.oal.lof tl.;a cootri-
vaneehe wauld probably lose this
valuabioassi-tant every live minutes. ;
At 11,0 other culof th,de.k,.d,
within easy rea. b.i, chained his po-
lineal in u nueut, tlu " T.ibiiuu Al-
toauue." Thin, too, is a., hourly he. hitu ill deny ; but tl. .1 be is habita-
canity whet, bo ia.two.k, and tbere'lyprofotio it. speeel. is..,, t,'.. :
is no k'epii.o ii wiihiu teu,'l, 8;lVeby'i I elated or bin, that ..,,V J(. ,r,
so.id fastenings. ! l.-o be went wnthg up Maias'inl , tl.
While ut work Mr. Cre.lyia ctu'e.,,..,, ming-rouiu one mornin,. cryiu.
lirely ubsurbel. Any ot.o mar no in 't.ut.'-Wl.al fool aut this copy '
and nut of his room, and take bis hat ; an I bbo'.vin- soma cgrej-ioin error in
and coat, or papers off his desk, and ibe paper. A veteran of the war of
unless they moke to l.lui. be woul.l 1 lSIJn hin ru..nii,.,l i.,i,.trr tvh.i
know iioibing of it. llo write) with !
nreat rapidity, seldom crasm or inter-!
linos, abd his "copy" is anions the ; mcr tiervices, an 1 who wis a erect
best knowu to typn-Hctters. A strau-1 mi I pompoui as Mr. h unbey, mi
nor to bis "p it hooks." ii, however j oouueed binisidf as tlio culprit. The
rery likely to luis'ul.ehis cbir .-r.iphy ira.o editor glowered it i.t'imeiit upwn
for Arabia or Clial lco; at. I very ( tho old 111 in, an I thon, well kn )win'
uiuusiu anecdotes aro iu circulatiuu
in misinti r-Ji'ttiimn "f bis letters.
ill ! writer ol this skcll.ll hu S-VCI-
alol'.Mr. tirecley'a letter, parts ol ja woe-bej-oao look, ho udd-'d ," Won't 1 kiud cf seetnes cxe. pt one. He
which 110 0110 bus ever been able t j somebody kick me down stairs ' j was an old wid iwer-lmd been a wid
decipher. A little practice, however, Mr.iirceley writes profoundly upon i.vcr fur upwards ol ten years. When
enables co.npoHitors on tho Tribune'. linaiiciul Uijik b ; but his carelessness bin MXtieth year l.o commi;iied
ss well us bis assjhtiints, to lead hit ;,,..., ,.. ..,.,,.. . l oniiio ' a vere Iii -Is teumeiel uuii.
rtliiorial manuscript with jrrc.tt cas,-,
and in tbo.,flico il is preferred lo that ,
Uful,UJst any oth-r writer. Sewn..
pos.tors, however, fin 1 great diflkulty '
nu ma mauuscripi. 11 is 1 -eiaieu
that a raw baud in tho cdlieo camo
ono evening to the foreman of the
coniposin'f room with a "take" fiom
one of Mr (Irealey's leaders. ' I can't
uuko out thoain.iJ of this," said ho
ho was rn Irishmnn " 'lia Bvo, "tie
fifty ; fifty 'tis 'lis five.',. What doca1
Mr Greedy mauo be that " Mr. Grcc-
ley had quoted the words, " 'lis true.
'tis pity j pity 'tis, 'lis true.''
M. I?r,..tl..t- I.11. . .. ItMn. di.
....... nv.v... ....
statistics, and nothing givos him more
satisfaction than to see tables of
figures in the columns of the Tribune
Most renders find such matter very
dry ; ho revels io it with delight.
Itocuriing for a nnment to one of
hia special characteristics his fond
noss for election returns wo tuny
safely say that no mat. who never saw
"II G "on the night after an important
election has ever seen him at his
best. Not another niao in tbe coun
try has such n memory of former
votes. From Maine to 11 ny where, he
re rubers every Statu or Congressnnul
election siuco "Tippecanoe onJ Tylor
too," remembers who were candidates
how many voles they icccivcd, snd
what becamo of them, lie i not
quite as demonstrative now, for ago
will cool tho blood ; but a few years
ago, after working all day at tho polls
a he iu variably does he would
como to tbooflieo at night to see Ibe
returns. Kvery item passed under his
eye; and as tho severa) dispiitel.es
came in there would now and thon he
heard from bis sanctum, when some
particular favorable news ssrivod. a
wild scream of delight, mnro like tho
warwhonp of s Cnmannhn Indian than
any sound belonging (0 whito civiliis
tioo. All the whilo he would be rap
idly filling out tables and making
oomparUpns that were marvels of ac
curacy. Ceremonial politeness la certainly
not one of Mr, Greeley's weaknesses.
When In tho cfileo ho seldom speaks lo
those about hint except on point of
bnsioets. He rarely g tys good
morning" woen ho comes in, or "good
night" whon he goes out. If a special
friend ealls, his most prohble saluta
tion will be Wa'sl, siuaor, bow sir
ye V llo shake hands moohsnically,
jtbao. il yoa hvu any business, it will j
be In order without further U'. Hit
IriemU. llo nukes .tiotii,ii with t'lf
same lucility, liko all mon of poiiuve
charucler and stroiiit purpose ol lil'u
Tbi impresiion dial Lj putn on uir
of fccuiiirii'ity is wholly errotieuui
lie hna vory lillla pcrcpptloa ol rc
careless in regard to personal appear
suits, and to what nice people, may
think about hU dro If bis neck i
Ho woutnfpli.ee or his hut beaten j
in, he knows it not or disroaiJs jf.
His braio is occupied with o:
It would be sheer fdly tj chir.'
Mr. (ireeley with inteiitijii l sfTucij
tiou. Ho is incapable ofaueh amull
IIis eccentricities are wbd.
turl. nod arise from tl.o mental
prcocvupaliou which I on. of tho
chief cl.uraete, is.ica of .he nrnn.
Iba- Mr. .Jrecley som.ti.nea u.c,
very atr.M.g, not to l;,y passiouato,
laojjuaoo, ho ono who has ever crossed
wit charitably kept because or bin use
iofiruiiiien. and in remcnibrunoc urfor -
his imbecility, tased bis
'with u profane explosion.
itv i,.,.in , ir,r.la tl... ,l.,.r 1..1I,
isl rclllal .kl.,, tr0 w;m B.,m,.
limtfs off for a lo:.- j.eruey with,
011l . dollar in kin Pock"e t. unless some
oou t,M rorcthou-ht. t, lode out
1 r ,j,u . nn, t or wal4 ,,e ru0 jn
j ,lc 0pa.e t (ltK.Bj0 ,im oa thai point
, whenever ha was goin awav. 'Mint
1C j Uot moru OequontTy ih'i victim
0f 8ha, pors is jirububly uvviajr to ihu
(acl ll):lt ho 80jJIU carricg ,u0l.o mon -
Ly will, Liao tliau U needful lor his
imiediato wunta. Soruu vears nco a
pickpocLct on ouo of tho city sire, t
vur8tule ,lis wjU.,,. 10 utaiitii; tho
fact ui tbe ofltco ho remarked, with a
, -Kl t.UL.1Io over i,! frlulK,
Tho rasoala got my gold watch, but
it Lev .li In'i ifnt mu .. .1 tJ ) ,-.
tliev didn't net tnv li.O dollars. '' i re. 1
fcrring .o n bill tho niirht clerk had
given tin, n. he atartcd for tbo cur,)
As soon aa a prominent crimioal law -
ycr beard of tbo thelt. he sent wirJ'
tosiiiieleadi.ig thieves that tho watch
must be forthwith r. turnod or the
next pickpocket cought would suffer
for it. Tbo word wus Reut round a-
. u 1 ...1 .1..
hioii iuv iiatviuin. auj hid t ULL II
cauto back at onco
Tho ouly political loader Mr Gree- j
Icy ever loved, as he says himself, was
Henry Clay. Tho last defeat of tbo
great Kentuckinn utmost killed Mr.
Greeley; and tho arlicl" in which
hitt sorrow was expressed were thu
most cloquont snd touchiog that ever
outuo from his pon. Peep personal
grief subdued bis style, and tho pa
thos of bis lauguago found an echo in
millions of boarls.
To co iu moat upon Mr. Greeley's
course as a politician would bo be
yound the purposo of this sketch.
Tub Gorman A riouliuraliar siys
that a great portiuu ofth) fl.tvor of
fresh butter is destroy el by the
usual mode of washing, au 1 it rej
omiucnds a thorough knetding for the
removal of the buttermilk, aud a tub
seipient pressing it, a linen cloili.
Halter thus prepared, acjoidiug to our
authority, is pre-eminent for Its sweet
ness of taste and flavor, qualities
whioh are rotaiood a longe. time. To
Improve manufactured butter we are
advised by the tauin authority to work
thoroughly with fresh, cold milk, aud
then lo wash iu clear water, and il is
said Ibtt even rancid butwr may br
rendored ptlttsblo by washing it in
water lo whioh a few drops of a aolti'
Mosjiiiirlotx, .'mii-IIIiik a Hall
or la llromi llimc-ll
Tho mo4qniii'0 of II irmab Inwo n
terriblo repunttion, b,.l w never i.n-j
niino l tbut ll.,y wero su.l, fortnida-
liln ivr.tilitM llnit llinv ooul I CAmnnl
ceu a sailor t'i c iinin.t Mitividt. Vet !
jio Ibriii. ,ltfjr W,,W) ,,,f, tin Jr iu mini! which
A sudor, walUin as sen ry on th f., iMLtrrn hind altoibcr-I :
iii.'way nf bar M ij-tity' rriue. ,,, ,em io .nM AnJ enl j, '
Pox."-wb,..i tho teasel wna lyinrt t..Wh i, U.ia ibut? Wl.nt i the to- !
anchor on be Irr.wa ty-w..a drid-: , . , ,., .... ,
fully leas-1 an J oxsi'e I by tlio swarm
o. iu.T.,.. :es wine, kojh worry.
nno. .vMinioumoi u.'-.i.tunn i '"'
least elToct on I hem. Finally ho j-ave
"I I',,lm,r' 0T' '""-' ' '" c""'-
rudo Rib, "I ..y, II i -," Int liii u:w I.
"do you think be I is vnr.o t'.iun tbi
placa V (utin it'imo dreadful
',Pl'-,"''' itnvUroncc to bis tor.m nt-
"a "aM "c ,"" n " n"w-
. ... 1, ....
. 1 ...la V a I. I) .1. .i :
u",lu'. 'I1'"1 11 I" "
oi here, ani unless wo i"")
bur adur"t'l"l'" tl.o bun.in.. Mitin-
' w;ll cat us ail up n'ive.'' Tin sufferer
J remarked, ( Jo id bye, It b, I ant uo- 1
in to co if it is ii.it cooler there linn
-1. that lie walUo . up tlio steps
.... ... ... .
j J- u"'
-rJ bo went, ioa.uk to rmo
; 1 u.c. was roused "',
; !.. cry ' a man overboitd. ,
"" 1,w"v !; n vv
j01"1''' made to recover tho inliitu .le i
. . i . . . i . ........ t'. .
.' c a,:y,iom
,'' r-teri.,, worry!,,.' in es
-'l could no. . II committed MiiciJc -.
the fret.y prod u-e l by tbem
! A cot.rt of i,.., .iry was held next
i'l:,-v- unl the.r verdi-t was ' drowned
' " w,," " ,r"" t,,u ttU'- ll
"' ""l'M " C'j:ii..nd .re
ent uvh re and bought bo k luu.-lin
'"'' U-U tn u'"n ' ' ""PI'Lv e ich mutt
.4"11' 11 sot "f '""l,;u "' "r cur-
tnins, whet, the lira -ry of these un
happy m 'ti was hrou-hl to 11 happy
I'rop.iiliix lor Hit; tVr.illi
'Swcel arc tho uses af u lversitv
s.id .baUospetire. Wo never l:ti.'v
if nnvboJv tlnl L'ire.1 to t:i,n ol'lh-.t
den f l'.rty. I) casio-uibv ibtsu tin -
ctct lurlle-dovcs W..U!d .p.arrel. and
,'ho Udy w,..l I pit,!, int.. I. .t .Uirer,
1 black his ryes, lour his cUhvs, u..d
1 pull out sou.o ol tho tew halts leti on
''is head ; iu f.ict. when ho b it b-r
' preaenco on such oocusi .ns, be looked
l'l : Oraujieuiau vho hi I nuio use
f bia party toists when iu company
J with a few IM.en.ians. Sull he
! idling this iulutuaied old mlka.p
did to tbo pas-i mato tniiieti, an I
eveutnaily s bo consented to marry,
! ''iui. When their cii'i foment be '
! fon k'towu to the demented -II fos.
i ...... ...
jail s liwujs, ouo 01 them usKoj hiui
how ho could p matbly want to marry
a wohiau of such aa outrageous tern,
"""' '.ilq, dated eld ph.los-
"'mr'l'",lu' J ;
I. I. : .. 1. I I'M., ... I- I
knuw V'M na " 1
',C' "ut' 1 ul trsu,t ' ' l'reP"re ''""
l"0'1- I she II fit prcity well
'''r ,,'e 'wr"tu tJ com'''i ' if 1,1,00 should
1 bo my fato.'
Wo thiiiU tht old man knew how
10 extract all the sweet" there was
How a WgrtKN Ki'irmi Gr.r
Orr ov a t-i'R.ws Tb- editor of the
einoeiat had some prairie
cbickeus sent bint tl.o oilier day, and
fully ackuow lodged tbe ssmc, forgot-
ting lliat tl.o chicltoua naa been
iu violation of I he game law. Next diy
. ...... 1. 1. 1 1 1
he savs "they woro fi-li.' and blames!
llie cotop'i-itor for tho mistake. He
"The error was ttioro mortifying to
us because tno lav p'oveniiug the
having iu our pjesMou of prairie
chickens was yet in fore-, and it
might had ignorant parlies lo sup.
pose that we hud violated the law,
aud set ut defiiuce the State of Wis
consin, and all the law abidiug people
thereof. We knew tb'y were fish all
the tun, a id t ld Uugiil when she
as picking fi iho feathers I bey were
fish. The wishbone weiaregiUr
catfish wish.bo'ie, and the feel but
why multiply wirij's, unyb.ily wuld
know they wore not obfk,,."
' Sam, y ou's . arooJ iu d Itw ; can
you asy if ole Lueefer was to lose bint
tail, wbur would he go t flud aaodor
one V "Why to de tabem, ob course,
ion lgsorawut dal's de only place 1
ksuws oq where th r-tailld
... . fiMtiij' vv s naW'"r
Arlcmua Hard in I lah. .
I rottrol to i.iy th;it ffTot'la woro
made to uiako Mormon of mo while
, . jo ,.u, Jt w. or-your who.,
, . BClJ Bl.vclltrtn ,un J
.. ... - '
wi i,,v, iuo vi ivcs id a i(sh,i .Hor-,
inun,olorod tno their hearts nnj Inn Is ;
I callcil oil tlicin ouo UuV. nut liunu ,
i;:h seventeen ail.s of dilToront ni.o
, lly , ..,,,,, )t ,ik (M .. ,
;sui,( .J ,. ,th, I doili ! ' I ii!sd mi. I, 'I ! Tho v ..si hear Is ol Toitn c.!:le m
I ,llipa yw , ldaliuat ro ,-iti(,rjpc . ,.e. it.tei man vi in similar way
'. U,. d.ild. ...y pnrci.ts brm.- ! lnMig pu.cb.'d wlun in u b-w co .Ji
.... ,-,-. ti,,... ,; I ..U'i.i.i . I .I U-..,. tl. .v,n,l... I
I'.ir, fjr nway.
hot iii irry us ?" Oh. no! it cannot
'as." Anin tln-y u-ko l mo lo itiarry
1k,u1 a;) , agiUt , dorlillo Then
they cr.ed, ' O cruel man ! this is lo '
mncli oh ! too m icb '." I tol lth 'in
tul t w o1) llt.,,,lllt u( tl0 in ,c)l.
,iat I dechmd.
Mr. Heber (.'. Kiiubnll is tie) first
Vice 1'ivsi lenlol the M irnun C!uir:h;
an I would, cotisi ou -ntly, suceee 1 t"
1 .1... I ! i. : .1 v .
I Bill. I'l i.ni nil' t ii i.i i -ii. im iiiiiii. .
, ' ., , ' ......
aU( fc,tiv f,,.,w of ,no wvvaly
ti,11)0lM tbeM ,iul;
e u (lf ,ajtlf c,,..
h.jb .hoy ar-awl,l cters.
Ilri n li i iii iinn ir ai f.i n 1 1 i i j rori'
l-o 1 is ... .re . fat h -r than any;
I know When a', borne he
j '-' lJ , m! Mxty
, '.veS t,, mln.-Tr to Ins cumforia. and
.tbrtce sixty chddeen to s.o;l,. his di-
tr0l',c 1 ",in Al. ! n.r fricn Is, whit
, " home without a family ?
Ui;Mss brou-ht lf. Webster ut etnb ildetied by lir -lancei, bo ve
nt ono tiini-to London, and wi'dav, t un-d lo loilo .v b r. hu heart uebin
when pasin-the II mso or I. r U. hi illi rapture. Me saw her loikbi
curiosity induced liiiu lo tnk an ef- bin 1. nod funded ahe evinced a. nut)
fort to stop at. I sos them. None
were udniitt-d without an orler, ex
cept n iblemcn' H.rvaMs. Wib-ti r,
beitv i'tiot unt of tl;a rules, re.pj'.'ste 1
! ' What Urd do yn-i bchmg to ?"
1 asked the doorkeeper.
' ' To the Lord Jehovah.'' repiud
; ' To ibe I, ird .lebovah
the doorkeeii t ; "I have
;"'" .Veaf, but have not hr-ard of
-or'! ''"'' W -
low keeper on the frort ,'eps. -,.r.
o iciiow who says no oc. rune
. 1 I . I. . I ... ... I... .
UJ Villi MlOW
"Never heard of him," ir,i I .I.icli.
"Hut, '' sail the 1'octor," "tlrrei
such ft Lord."
j " Puss bill) in," sai 1 J iek, ' I stir
p ise it' some poor Sctdi J. t I "
Salt rut Swixe S.viuc arc uh
greedy feeders that n t a f.-w faruvrs
piy very iittlo atte otiou to ilu ir fee.
, n. . . . . I e.
oiiuj. 1 tie s-.vi 1 t,.ur.. isonei. very
little better then a su., mid ine pior
hogs are cxnecte 1 I eai anytu u an 1
,cvcrytbii.g which is r.fjs d by the
t!,er animils. In 111 in nnl br.te a.
.ime. 11.1s snort-s guiea irea-nrtu
huwcvir, gion woik oat its own
cure, or Miner p-tni-niiuTtMor sw.ue
'thus treated make po r pori. ai 1 !-
',,. Uio bef.ro k.Min,' tiiUJ. Others
wa. Ure particular aliout feeding tl.eir
1 pi forget U s ip.'ly t'ne.n wiih salt
as ih 'V do oth r anin.'s. Titcy rc
ijuiro to hi salted, hjwtver, j -1 as
much as cattle, horses, or sheep, and
suffer as mueli .vb 'U ncg ecied a any
of the animals. It the kol i not ri
culirlv naltel. there blioald b. a
..,.,.,..,,..:,.. : i,.i,
stlt may be dcpisiteJ regularly for
b u(ltmt the
(oi,j jaJiciou! would be much the
IirevtMex. There are tu
Milloos " If a una has souii thiug lo I
say be will inevitably sty it. It is
one of tho pleasautest self-lelusloas to 1
imagine that wo might have bo en tt,i
r that hJ cireumstaucas b.'en kiad-,
cr. Tl.o truth is rdiat the mm with;
the riht slufT io him makes bis ou
ciicun:stncs. lie doc not it down
at th feet of P .'tuny ; he gets up and
elbows ber out of the way. Very
few of Iho world's groat men bare been
born w ilt,, so to say, a gold spoju iu
their mouths. They bare, seme up
from lowliness, from toil, fratti penury,
snd hciMuio kings anl prince am jag
3ica by the sheer f.roo of the soul that
as in them. If there W Iu 1 hu
man soul soy true au great power it
N't7 fioi expression. If we are weak
and iufiras of purpose as4 unsuccess
ful, we may as well be sort Ibat tl was
sU'. s. r -' .I m.
Ol f ntf-rrnl lo farmer.
In (Sn-nt Hritaii sol Irclnnd tha
Wrn!thiv-t and most in lonendi'til. n(
I.t m, r nro thu,o mI.o oeeupy vt
f nw cf ,, ra,9 Uyi
. ... ...
lattru un I aeii nnoiinl' l rire nutn-
tirrs nl rnltle. J lni cl.ixi or farmer
no c;i lei LMiizirs. J liev keen Vi-rif
irt'e of tin; tin I in ' il'nRC, dn not win
i.r I.ir-e ...inib.r ofealiK, but bur
two ur iliree yeur o'd lo ilVrs sn J s:o m'
in tho KpritiA ko.-p th-m on fl.ico
. . , ,, .,, ..
miiiiii and sell llicm l.clo.o
n ih bt friti ! Io,o tlo li in
Hie lu I
-u eulcnt pr;i:ic Rr.isfi unlil tboy
have hoc i
aily fut. l'oi'im r
who I uve j m. I ;;r.is ta.-d sl.oiid do
vote at least a pirli iti ol it lo fatten
-ink ;,i'i)l Ivrioi ihr.'o cif.'ll heif
ers mid steer, kept "ti liuli pastures
I'or.-ix iiinti:lis, woill pr.biMy pay
, ln H-r lhan itil'rri n till ii;e. T!ietn n.
ey w u'd sll eoinc hyc'.hcr, ond tins
ciwt ol tran-p .1 tation, couipired witli
tlrii of cei'e lis, w juld b.'tiill.ng Eve
ry fanner .-li'iull liilteu ail bis youn
stork t Is 1 1 ale ho' rcq iiicl for tho
, dairy or yoke, .cllin stuck of any
kin 1 before tiny nrj pt'opeily niudo
tip for t' o in .rkct i-. a vi ry Lad man
aetnetit, an I a great deal of iii itiey it
lost by firm rs every year iu ibis wiy.
A capital story is toi 1 ol J.vn -
lVK,,w wl,o one Xwl-.r strolled into
vifao eburch. nnl during tb- service
was rlci-iiifl -d and erjlll d by thJ
s;tk in- ofa piir of eyes which were
. .ivitc 1 upon bis fn.-e. After the s-v.
vi-o bo sa.v the p o-,e-s of the sl.ia
11.4 wrb.s leave the church alone, an I
eni'.ti'ti at r-'ojniiiu him. IIo
then ( 1 ek 'n-d bis pace nnd hn ael
uully hbtekene J hers, as if to Ie'. him
eoinu up wi;h her but wo v ill per
mit tlu V' a:i,' (eutletuau to tell ill
test in bis own way :
' Nui le youn cre:it.irj !'' thought
I, "her ait c-s an I warm heart is bu
pi ri'jr to t!ie bou I of the cu-to t. "
' I hai reach.' 1 within a lew stnoh'
throw of her. Siio sill-.-nlv lulled
hd tui tied her l.ico t-.va.J in .. Mr
.",e,rt "Wtf U b,nV'n? ' r"U 1
the spot where ah-st, I. h.- bcaMo
doinje reverence to the angel.
"Are ou a pel Her ?''
' No. my dear uirl. that is r.Ot mj
'Well, 1 d-iu't l;nv. ' continued
she. n 't very bashful'v, aal eyeio
wc very stern'y, I to.u,'bt when I
su.v yo'i iu the lU'-'tiu' h.nisj that you
iooUel lik-. a l.ed dl.'r that r assed off .1
pL..vter half dollar o.i me throe weeks
ng a.SJ 1 ,l..t .rutine 1 t keep aa
t on Vl)U Ir t li -r J .'n bis . .t
,m t now, and -ays if he cfeb S the
tidbiw be'il wri:u bi oc ek f-r him ;
and 1 alu't sjio bit yjur'c the gJ-for-n
ebi'ii las'al a'ter all !''
.11 a m-nia; 01 iu umun msi-
. .. its . s a a
tutc 01 1 e.n.sj .van.a recent. y. , .m .r-
n exhibit t a -am.: of cuts ;r,.,
by Indorsed!, of ih I'bila bdjlii.i
ciety f ,r promnin' Agri -u't jio.
, TI.U was if extra or liaary iii? uni
early isaluritv. ird'i.el bv tbi ap.
p!iea;i ni ol s x bas'ie's f lt lo Ibo
act'O- Tin.' 'a!is were much Ur.-f
than u-jiily sen, t!u leave) Lroider,
an 4 in cviry w ay superior ti other,
siiij'es cxbibitel Mr I.i.ersi!l
sta'cJ 1'iat tho adi'd'iccl caM.lition of
hisoais, as well as the uau' i il ia cf
the Milks. as owio- to the fact 1 bat
he hc t..wo Ir -a dci.t up o tho Cell
' -ix buh.d of . t t. tlu aero after
svw iug the oit A la'g-' .pa itititv of
salt couU bo ui'd. ba'. never griatr
. . , , .
thani.irty cu-ne sj.i. to oj c.:ic.
cious ou oats, whe.it or c n, sSoald
be put ou s.tu ly s.'ii, and uji ou stitf
clay lands. Me. Iueisoll ba ! beeo
using silt for a nutuVr of year,. oi
founitl.at 11 l ouly llie gr.ra eropi
were bcnelk'c J, ba'. tho after trps,
Oturitx Cittx t'os Kvu. Vote
As soou a any soreness is felt ia tbo
ear, let three or fjar dr p of the tinc
ture of aruica be poaroi ia, aul ta
on Gee tl led wilU a Utile cot too. to
rxoludo tb sir, and is a shrltmso the
aneusiarsi is forgatloa If tho arnica
be eol rJrtod to uat.l there is actual
pa ia, the cur tuay aot U.' a rvedy,
but is just ti certain, aUboah il aiv
be sveoetmry t) repeat the a?ilistio.
It Is a sure pirssuuvs for atberin
i the ear, wb'cwis tbe ttsstal tsVKt
AM ' s.'0,.r - . -s