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LEI" if PASS?
fit not twifl io uk effaBM
Let it pais
Anger li a to lo tents
Lfl it pttt t
Hrool not dxrkljr o'er a wrong;
Wkiok will disappear sra lon-f
JUf ber ting tbU enter oo(
11 il pat
. Ltl II put
Strlf enrrodet Its pnrsat mlad t
Let II patt I
At tbs aoregarded wind,
11 It p4
Any vulvar touts Ibal lit
Ma- eosdema without reprttta
'I'it lbs nobis who forglts,
Lsl II pats I
Let il pan !
Echo nnt as angry word
Ltl it put !
Tbluk bow often you hart srrsJ
Lfl il patt ! '
Hinot our Jojrt mutt pant away,
Like lbs dewdrop on lbs 'pray,
Wherefore thoutd our torrowt ttay J
Lot I hem pan t
Ltl (bim patt !
If tot food you' taken lit,
Lei li patt I
Ob I be kind aud genii slitl
Lrl il patt I
Time at Intl mki all thing airtight ;
l.el ut not resent, but wail,
AnJ our triumph shall bt great
Let il past .' '
Let il ptti !
Itut your oger to depart,
Let ii ptm I
Lay thee bom worde to heart,
'Let it pee J"
Follow not the giddy throng,
Doner to be wrongs I than wrong
Therefore ing the cheery tuug
Let it p tne
Let li t-a I
All the. Year Ilmivl.
H o 1 c t rf a 1 .
"Any lattora for E. P. VanCleof T'
ia a nervous, anxious voioe was ask
t l by a well-fed, woll-clotlied, close
cropped young fellow of the hotel
"Ah I what name T' demanded
kb.t elogaut functionary, not becuuso
.e bid not beard perfectly M ull, but
1 1 tied tune to loouge over tlio ten
U;et iutui veiling betweou himself aud
jllio luttuf boxen.
Tim nnmu was venoated iu a sharp
".No i uoihing.
"Please look iu 'C.' '
Tb j clerk stare 1 i wondorol whit
up ; relloctoil iu it tun now com
Tliad brought but lilllo baggage i
ii-ii tally resolved to keep an eye oil
i m i HbuflljJ oer tbo luttera iu the
u I x i uhook bia liuud, ami then
,!:itM(td into HQ nnn-cbuir overooiue
uitli the exertion.
Flunk took the ulivator, lot him-
bolf iuto his room, lit a ciur, reflect
t l, nn.l then a wore.
Kii;bt years iu Europo, homo at
Itst, suinnier well uudur woy, a fair
inlietitiiuco. npocipullv iu Cliieiwo
pronorty, am' a proapeot of boitig
iii(l'nunda but brush for tbo rest
ut bis 1 HiK'h were the time anl
circiibiQiicoH uouer wuicu ue tounu
l.Uiaclf. Nothing to bweur at ia
Hut a moderate wine bill, the tip
Ko tbo waiters and a bad run of luck
Vt the poo's, made upou the miles
sua in each twenty-lour Hours on
the voyage over, bad exhausted the
cold remaining in bis pocket after be
Iliad paid bis passage money. His
Sawyers and the executors of bis late
Aunt Miranda estate bad been iu
t traded, however, by the previous
nail to remit money to bim at the
lurutiswiok. so that was a matter of
po moment. But tbo remittance
Ciixd not arrived. Most of bis bag
aira bad been expressed to Chicago
Drnm Hia nl lh Inn tliinarilMi
pnd ia it tbe address of bis now law
"Mr lawyers sounds well, be
Mooted, "but I wish to tbe deuce
tbey d send roe some money.
lueaday came, but witb tt no let
it oecame annoying, uui sun
. t i . .-ii
' noold wait Freaeutly be went
font for a stroll, found it warm, and
rnraed tbe luok that kept bim from
ptMig away from tbe beat and dust
ft) iYiwport, where be was to j jiu
"Do Heads witb whom be bad
f pu the v. inter in Home.
I'.Qterinir th iottl. the clerk band
M bim a letter. Ab 1 money at
ml No i it was a note, addressed
fa q Anglo -Uo ton hand ;
"Come ami ilina with ns to-niffht.
pVt saw your arrival the Partbia's
pmsenger list in tbe morning paper,
utl aro anxious to know bow you
"f and where you are goiug to
Plieni the anmmer Come at 7.
piling by sunlight is like "playing
"V ao we eat late.
"No. 23 West 4ith street."
"Now. who tbe i Mario, Marie
r-I don't know any Marie, eapeoial-
'7 any Marie who is particularly to
lerestsd ia me, aud who writes a
charming note, saying things which
with women pass for wit, and,''
welling of the paper, "wlto asoa ex-
Jrtct of violet liberally. Well, I'll
sure to go it may divert ray
wind from my pecuniary embarrass
Hunt "I'll bay to make a oleaa
Weast o( it to the clerk soon, and
probab be arrested for a swind or
A ma who expeota remlttaaoea and
'luu't know t'lUwjw's addraaa, who
no r wbs roony ta
"Evening dress r olaw-hitnwer
coat, etc., but no' cloves no tioa t
why, money is a momentary necessi
ty, by Jove 1" said Frank, as be took
tbrao articles from bis trunk.
I can't go to dinner and find out
my unknown friends if I don't have
gloves. Ob, if there wan only a
Mont do 1'iete io New York by
Jove, Simpson's t I will arise aud
go unto my nuole and say undo,
Lend met 10."'.
Frank laughed, then grew sober
again. There was a sense of degra
dation in tho mere idea- Then, witb
a shrug, he thought needs must
when tbe devil drives, and takinir
out a box of jewelry, none of it ex
pensive, ho turned it over.
"Hello, boras just the thing, be
thought as ho took out a locket. It
was an odd affair cameo with the
boad of tbe Savior on it. AtoudJ it
coiled a golden serpent, with bril
liantly enninelod scales and a pair of
"pigeon s-blood ruby eyes, r rank
hud picked it up in a little shop in
Loudon just before ho sailed for
homo. Jt was one of tho funcios in
which he had begun to indulge him
self when ho received the first remit
tauco from bis new lawyors and now
"This bauble is principally ao-
couutablo for my being short of mon
ey ho thought "I will make it ro-
luomber me.' Uu tbo back of tbo
qunint old locket were the initials
. D. V. sod bo!o tbetn 'il h.
There had been a picture in it once.
but tbore was loft only tho marks of
tbe knife witb which it mid been
priml ouV. It wns growing late, and
calling a back Fratik jumpo 1 iu and
toll tbe driver to take bun to the
new Court-house. Arrived there bo
told tho driver to wait, puetiod
tbrongh tho building and out the
other door, walked briskly to Simp
son's, hesitated a moment, b ltj,l in
tbe door, and iu a moment stood in a
box at tbo counter where a poor wo
man wasptitvuing soma clotbin for
food. Frank shuddered, drew out
tbo locket and laid it Jowu.
A dark man took it up, looked at
it, turned it over, snrunliuized the
iuitiulH, tested the gold ou a corner
und said, laconically :
"How much ?
"Teu dollars '
The man turnml a vay, made out
the tn-kt, banded Frank tbe m-tiy
and bis d.ipliculA ticket, aud turuud
to thn next corner.
With a sih at tho atrnoRp'ioro of
misery hanging around tho place.
from the dark corners of wlii.ili tint
hollow faces of the spoiHora of want
ami starvation se.4ion leering at him
Fruuk parsed quickly out of the
door, regained his cab, Slid to tho
driver, ' Brunswick quick 1' and
Two littlo red lip quivered psr
ceptibly, and two big black eyes till
ed with tears. To bo hungry ab
solutely, unpootically and practically
hungry was a novel experience to
IfusHio riang. Io bo hungry in a
fashionable lo lging-house, with
plouty down stairs iu a well filled
larder and cool, pleasant dining
room, was absolutely absurd. Sit-
tinir in a pretty room, amid a mass
of pretty feminine knick-knacks and
brio-a-bruc. bearini? tbe rattle of
knives and forks come np on the air
from the lunch tables below i and
yot to be hungry was "positively,
maddemugiy incongruous, sue
thought. To be sure there was no
reason why. she should not have gone
to the landlady and explained her
situation and been sure of proper
treatment, but tbey bad been
in the bouse but a few days, and
bad been taking their meals out
at aneijhborins restaurant (Jessie's
mother bad been called away to visit
a sick sister who was ill, and she
bad left ber little girl alono, not
without misgivings, and tho night
before Bessie bad lost ber purse or
bad ber pocket picked coming from
dinner at any rate it was gone, and
with it tbe money which was to have
bought her food for the next two
days. A praotical woman would
have done tbe obvioua thing and in
terviewed ber landlady. Bat Uessie
was even more than most women
seusitive about goiug to strangers
wheu in trouble, especially about
money matters, and feared to en
counter suspioion t so she wont with
oat hor breakfast, aod at lunch-time
was raveuousiy unogry. wuat a
curse a gooa appetite is at times i
Then it occurred to ber that she bad
heard her cousin Tom joke about bis
"Undo,'' and she kuew tbat he was
alluding to a pawnbroker. What a
borrid thing a pawubroker must be i
A kind of a orop between a "Shy
look' and a 'Fagin,' she thought, aud
they would ogle ber perhaps. Oh,
no I Hbe'd starve before she would
go there. But as tbe afterooou wore
on and hunger increased, and witb
it her perplexity, aba began to ory.
But orylng didn't help matters any i
ou tho coutrary, tne pangs oi ouu
ger rather increased, aud with them
her determination to tiud her cousin
Turn's 'Uuole,' Sua resolved tbat
no una but herself should ever know
of ber perplexity, 'uot even Maiuma,
nor of ber visit to a pawnbroker's
From under a mass of ribbons and
laoea. aititlcUl - flowers and dainty
loo handkerchiefs, tumbled into a
bureau drawer, aba Ashed out a
small boi and drew from it a queer
old lookifc, Ik was a carved head of
Ctri- t-rroMli- by ft brilliantly
- r" - xTlM i-"; C7t3, t-i
MIDDLEBUltO, SNYDER COUNTY,
on the back the Initials M. E.. and
nnderneath V. D. V.
"Poor old grandma i how horrifi
ed you would be if yoa only know,
and hadn't been dead tbeso ton
years 1' she said to herself softly, as
sne put tne iockoi uaeK into its case,
and rao-down stairs in tbe late sum
It was a long walk down Broad
way, tho pavements were hot and
scorcbod lier fuut, bar face grew
flashed with tho exertion, and her
black curls clung damply to her
white forehead. Heides,sbe was weak
from loug fitting. She thought at
last that sho did not koow whero she
was going, but sho mustered up
con r ago to ak a policemm. Ho ey
ed her curiously, but told ber civilly
enough whore tj go. Hot waves of
crimson dyed ber face and nock as
she passed in at tho d lorway utidor
tho trio of golden balls. And stood
at tho countor. Sho board a p or
woman next bur refuse 1 the amount
sho begged f r ou an old sba vl It
was moth-eaten, and tbey did not
want it at any price
Then a voico said :
She produced tbo locket.
Mlo much r A tor a hurried ex
animation sue was much relieved to
ooo that tho mau took to her novel
niriiittliin COilllv flliulirli. nn.l ulut I
spoko for tho first time.
"Ton dollars, pleaso.'
Tbo money was counted out ; sho
bestowed ono dollar of it on tbo
poor woman whoso shawl bad boon
rejected, and who still stood in a
dazod way ou thn side-walk, escaped
from ber thanks iuto a Fourth Ave
nue car, and was soon b-Uoing io her
cool room, and forgotful, no that
ehe had tuouey, of her bnuger
Just then a note reached her :
"Heaiiest Heshik Do come
and diue. I- rod, aud I aro in town a
lay or two. In haste lliinn.
"No. 28 West Forty fourth street.'
' 'ut money iu thy purse, and
thou sbalt bj invited to diuner.'
thought (Jessie, us sho mentally re
solved togo at nnco t J hor old school
fellow and husband.
"Mr VanClonf,' said the man scr.
vant, opeuiug the d ior of thn drat
ing room of No iiS West Foin ty-
fourth street, and l-raulc was usher
ed iuto tbe cool rooms and the pres
ence oi a lull, huo lookioi; m m.
whom ho ha l never seen beforo in
his life, a blonde, m itrouly tittle, w J
man that's Mario.' ho thought
aud a charming L'irl in wiiito, with
great black eyes, and a m is of soft,
black hair rolled upon tho small,
clean cut hold.
For a turnout tin situation was
ombariasn'ng Then Mr. Fruncklyn
stepped forward, and Frank said :
There seems to bo some mistake i
I must have iiuaiuosako somewhere.'
"Oh, no t we a'o oousius to your
late Aunt Miranda, who has just
made you ber legateo, an I us you
bavo oomo home at last wo mean,
now tbat you aro hero, t make you
accept a cousin's place in our house
aud our frieudship,' said Mr. Frauck
lyn. It is enough to say that the din
ner was perfect, tho hostess charm
ing, the boat a jolly good fellow und
Bessie so bewitching tbat Frank was
iu love over hoa I and ears before
tho dinner was liuisbod.
Tho lottor from "my lawyers" w is
at tbe hotel when Frank returned,
covorod with tho postmark of balf
tbe "New Brunswick' in tho Coun
try, among which it had traveled
whilo he was waiting for it at tbe
Hotel Hrunswick. Tbo last murmur
that bo made as be dropped off to
sleep was "Found an 'uuole, two
cousins and and ' and he was
drnamiog of a black eyed girl in an
The phlegmatic clerk at tbo pawn
broker's turuod over two lockets ap
parently just aliko, and examined
tbem curiously, then put them back
iu their wrappers aud was about to
put them away when a fellow clerk
approached aud also looked at them.
Tbey changed tbem about a little
and then placed thorn in the wrap
pers aud iu tho safe. Tbe next day
both lockets were redeemed. Tbey
thought it curious at tbo moment,
but odd things are of daily occur
rences in tbe ofuoe of a pawnbroker,
the theater of the daily tragedy of
woe and want, poverty, hanger aud
Frank looked at tbe locket wheu
be reached his hotel t it was tbo
same. There was the bright spot
where the pawnbroker's acid bad
touched the oorner of the case, but
. . . BkI
tne rest was tne same exactly, .iu
he rubbed bis eyes whoreaa when
he took tbo lookot to tbe pawnbrok
er tbe initials ou tbe oaso bad read i
y. o y.
Of this ba was perfectly sure i yet
iiorsuow, thoy were plaiuly reverseJ,
V. D. V.
tie Diixzled over it soma time
Then bo weut dowo in a nab and do
m inded of the pawnbroker an axpla
nation. Tbe young man told him of
tha two lockets, exaotly alike, left
within an boar of eaoh other on tbe
nreeeedinir day. . eaoh pledged fot
1 10, eaoh redeemed io tha morning,
tzl epliai!3Ci tin tht
si wOlftaa t-a Uad l.nnk a.thuMt
aartv manna, anrl tha 'V. I i.. li.i..' l - . I
.s SsTSW .
have btoon changed. Tbo young man
hoped there bai been no harm donet
remembered that the other locket
was left by a '.young woman i' real
ly didu't reraotuber what she looked
like, and tban went back to bis work.
Frank rsturnod homo puzjled. It
really didn't matter it was only a
chance purchase of a nniquo trillo io
jewelry i he hadn't tbo romolsst idea
whose the initials were, but he was
siipjistitions about it, and itttonbl
el bim That tbo locket bad a
double in Now York there could be
no doubt, and so Frank resolved
not to tell the story, but to wear the
lociu-t on his watch chaiu, iu the
hops that it would somo tiruo at
tract tho atloo'.ion of some one who
could solve my story.
"Mamma,' cried Boesio- tbo uxl
day when, her oonfessiou made, Iij
had roJoemud her precious locicut
an I was examining it, "Mamma, this
is uot my locket. I his is the other
ouo. This is tbo other one. This
is poor giaodma s gaeo d'amour to
her fuithlesi lovor com j bick to lor
grandchild t see, see, 'she rallied ou
in wild excitement, Mrs l'rayue
ljke.l Hhun.lv. - i tun levorsod in
ai ds, and was a excited ia a mo
(liutit as Ilissio. Cousin Tj:u whs
dispatched to tho pawnbroker's for
itiforinatiou. Ho learned but littlo
more than Frank, ntul so tho mys
tery was talked of and speculated
upon for tbe next week. Grandma's
lovo story was told over and over,
liricllv it was this : Mary Emoraou
and Van Dyke Voddcr woio lovers
years before. They exchanged lock
eta made for them. Vedd. r Went
sailing away out into tbe West and
married, leaving grandma, - thou
voiiug and prulty, to soon console
hei self with another lover und
husband. iSlie always kept tho lock
et aud a warm spot iu her heart, lis
every woman does for tbo man
whom shii ouco loved. Ilutsho liov
er saw or beard of him a;,"iiu iu life.
Bessio received hor blessing, her lit
tle fortune, and tho precious locket
from grandma on ber deutu bed
Aud now, lifter fifty years au 1 with
out a crov , the lockets were changed
iy some mysterious agency.
Two months later ilessie and
Frank met ugaiu ut loo Fn oc-lyiis
pietty house at Nowp.uV liiey
had both forgotten the lockets, and
S-ioil forgot lue woi I.I in eafil other.
Ouu siimmcr evening IJehsio pr im
ised to bo bis wifo, and, as two liMlc
white arms went np aro and hi neck.
Frank was guilty of a ui'st uiichi
vniilioiial Jiroeeeduig. lit nctilaliy
was surprise I out of taking immedi
ate advantage of his tio-vly-acq iired
privileges. Amoug tho laco ubout
llessie s neck rested the other locket,
l'bo lovo tokens were lovo tokens
Bessio told ber grandmother's
littlo romance, and initials were ex
plained to Frauk, who exclaimed,
almost with awe . "Van Dyke Ved
der, the faithlejs l iver of your
grandmother, Mary lliuersou, was
In a handsome houso in Fifth
avenue there bangs upou tho parlor
wall a velvet case. In it aro two
lockets, each ns liko the other us cm
well bo imagined, a cameo head of
Christ surrounded by au enameled
suako with rudy eyes. Over tbem
bang throe golden bulls.
When to Gut Up.
Tbo Duke of Wellington always
slept on an iron bedstead eighteen
inches wide. "When a man wants
to ttiru over," bo said, "it is time for
him to turn out '' Tho Emperor
Nicholas did tho samo. Mr. Owen
says, "llie principle is wen euongu i
b it I thiuk tbo detail is wrong.
Sleep itself is far too important to
bo made uuoomfot table. My old
fi iotiil, Uossitor, tixo I bis alarm so
that, at tbo lore-ordmuod tuouiont.
tlio bed-clothes wero drawn I into
the bod and U iRsiter lay shivering.1
I bavo myself aomew hero tbo draw
ings and spocilioatiotis for a patent
(which I bavo nevor applod for).
which arranges a set oi cams ami
whoolwork uador the bedstead,
which, at the tnomnet appoiutod.
lifts the pillow end six feet, aud do-
livers tbe sleeper on bis toot un me
now hoiixontal footboard, llo is
not apt to sleep long after that
Kossitor touuil another coutrivauoo
which worked bettor. Tbo alarm
clock struck a match, whioti lighted
the lump which boiled tho water for
Itossitoi s shaving. it 1. issuer
staid io bed long, tbe wator boiled
over ou hie razor aud clean shirt,
and tbe prayer-book bis mother
gava him. aud Coloridiro's autograph.
aud bis open pocket-book, aud all
the other precious things he would
put in a basin uudoroeath before ho
went to but so bo hud to get up
before that niomant came."' OU
A roan of Norristown, Pa., aged
23, baa married bis stepcrandmotuor
Tbe hair of tha buff do ianow
largely employed in rraking over
eoats, which are all wool.
Mosteety ia prioelaes virtue i but
if, lika tbe paint on a wotesn's oheok
itosly io,itloaM iu t-Ju
ta aauMM Ik i l.-f 44.
PA, MAY IB, 187'.).
01 1st rams loto the
out ' humor.
"What Is the matter now V we
"NuiHo.'cepia dat ef I konw'd do
Wav t-r ou ob ties hvar Yankee
o uck t'uetries, I 'low bit would not
take mo loiiir ter gltdar I
'Whyf aven't you got t clock T'
"Well, l'ss ko er box lull of eou
VtnsLt ins dal'tbraudid dat way.''
"And what about it 1'
Jess a low dty a$o ono of dea
ler Ytukee pod Hers run 'long wi I
or wsio lodo of c'ooUs, au' he talked
Hi Ou about do chub dat Ijc-a up
an' bought do ou dt he snd was do
bust io le lit. Hit was two feci
In-jb an' et lull of varus woilin
wncula et er sirdeo bx is wid let-tie
times I tell you hit le.iksJ m o
atou emai l, Out el ick 'li I 1"
" Did it rau all right 1"
"Kuti I W'p. dar hit is. Pit
clock cum see down in a trot alert
der prtddlur' s ba sot inter one, and
a'onpod ennui 'lore ho ir t ter tie
lie xi plscc, when lie wa'itud to
lor lusnnv, s he Btil .
W hut did yeu do wilh it!"
"Well. I tiukore I on Int. nn' link
ered an sol it coin , but tori ootid
git uiy U l put up, it 'ui be Muoilin'
dure vt. tileni i-x a bead board in s
"Aud yuuceuld not got it to ruott'win-l toro'igli l!io groves, mid
"Ab, yet, I cnt hit ter run. yon
Can 'puud ou dat I Y'r s-o, 1 tho't1
i m-y be dat der wsu t weight mill io
uiuke tl.r wkdul u round, si I
wiu Is hor cp un' dat soumli l like
woi kin er chain pamp an' 'inched ti
uii iron to do end no ao striug an im necessiiy our cany settlers
whit do yet- tiuki V could not givnrtc!i ntteution totlie
"I dou'l kuow." laying out of burial places ; but the
' W'y dat blatm'd clock tack i hit neglect of our couutiy cemeteries is
iu his uiouf ho' ruu lerty--ix h uii- .growing to bo a national eliaracter
do laet duy an' de ole 'em in wu. . istio. I ho country is now getting
oiiliing'd dat siio til supper at 'leveti ( older, richer and more densely popu
cleck in tho lueriiitiK hit - er lin k !''late l ; it is quite tune, therefore; to
"And how hsvti V'iu regulate I it T'
"Jess by sfitm' hit out ia de back
vard uu' ii'liiu' do chiHuu ler tu ele
into ku'p up wid tie town cl ick, it' it
lakes er werk UT git I rem one 'out
in ,nk to de oJdei I ' A lit it a Con-
Chinamen and Odium.
Wall Sluing, nu omploye at a bin
dry cstablishiueut in Alleghniiy,
entered a ding store lio other
morning, and, throwing down a
uiekel said :
'Five cctiteo opium."
While the clerk was gettin bi n
the drug a reporter, engaged the
Cuiiiauieii in couvetsati u .
'ii.iy much opium, Web T'"
' I'live, tuu, lil'leeu euiiteo worth a
"I'so it on shirts t"
"Hello, no 1 S moke it "
' Like it T"
"Holly ;;ood," on.l a happy smile
spread over his iiiumiiiy-liko fea
luies. "Toll mo something about i',."
said tbo reporter, "what kind of tin
effect does it produce bow does it
inako you feel T"
"Makes Cbiuamen feel likco-' an'l
here be was stuck for a compar-non
to denoto perfect hapiiiuuess and
contentment ; "makes
feel likeo likea Meliean man Gen
eral Grant, alien time plenty motley,
no much workee, taken things easy.''
Makes you forget your troubles,
docs it V
"Ye i foglet troubles alio samo
likee when yon sleep."
"Seo nice things iu your dreams 7"
"Belly nice. Everything big ami
boufltiful," and ho made and en nip
tured gesture "ith bis hands.
'hverything grand, 1 euppose
"Kelly graud. Ciiiuamau a cellar
look likeo Central otel."
"Is it possihlo T"
"Smoothing-iron look likoo train
of cars aud washe was-ttil)
"You don't say so f And what
else 1 '
Oh, lieep clso. Wall
likco sold out and irone
China with twoutytlive huudred
Man ' lovos tho mvsterio'i. A
cloudless sky and the fullblown rose
leave htm unmoved i but tho violet
which hides its blushing beauties be
hind tho bush, and tho moon when
emerging from hehiud a cloud, are
to hint sources of inspiration and ol
pleasuro, Modssty is to merit what
shade is to a figure iu paiuting--it
gives boldusss and prominence
Nothing adds moro to female beauty
than modesty, it sheds around tho
ooutiteuauce a halo of light which
is borrowed from virtue. Botanists
have giveu tho rosy hue which
tinges the cup of tbe white roses
tbo Otttiio oi "maiden blush. tin
pure aud delicate hue is the only
paiut ChtisUlu virgins shoal I use i
it ia tbe richest ornament. A wo
man without modesty is liko a faded
dower diffusiug an unwholesome
odor, which the prudent gardener
will throw from bim. Her destiny
ia molauoholy, for it terminates in
shame and repentance. Uoauty
passes liko tbe flowers of the albe.
which bloom and die in a few hours i
but modesty gives the female oharms
which supply tbe place of the trans
itory freshness of youth.
To bs dumb foe tba remainder of
lift U bottr thaa to apak Ulaely.
If ll aft
fjf ft. 1.- T) r
Neglecting tho Graveyard.
Ever) traveller through tbe United
States, a from the car Window be
surveys the country through which
bo passes, ever ntul ntnm observes in
the distance, on some lull-side or on
thenakod field, n small cullcctioii of
whitu tnarbla headstones. Thest
collections denoto our country coin
etries, aud each headstone niaikf
thn resting plaoo of sotuo deputed
member of tho human family. Were
it not that one know it to bo so from
observation, tho uninitiated might
bo tempted to tako th -so couiotoi ie
for ortists' marblo yards, for little
else iudicates that they nro burial
places. Tbey havo no trees, no
swoul-scetited shrub, no flower
bed, no walks, no seats, and no
songbirds nothing, except loo cold
marble slab and a luxurious growth
of weeds is there to be found. Is
this H1 it onjrlit to be t 7avo those
who departed, noma in tho bloom of
youth, others in wintry age, left no
relatives, no friend behind that
will cherish their uieinoii s or boau
tify their resting-places beyond the
pt K'in of a stone o;i the r.ive ?
in lviropH, at least in Northern
r.urope. :he country cemeteries pre i
nut a different aspect. Though the
p irish ui ly bo small and po r, the
ichiirchyard blooms like, a paradise
"ith lovely plantations of trees and
p-iriiiMicrv. v-ieau, giaceilll H.'lliis
lliong'l. tusieiKl oi tlin costly lieal
' stone, they may bo but a simple
wooden cross, yet nt its base one
may be sure t iin l a rose or Iiy
aciutli, or other ll iral treasure, to
j bear tvi.Ienco that the sleeper is nut
forgotten ly tho living.
jmake a change ; there is uo 1 uiger
'any excuse for the present condition
f rural eenieteiles. Djslrov the
weeds uu 1 briars, and havo instead
a velvety grass sod. I'lant flowers.
hardy evergreens an I dnci liousliees I
to beautify and shad1) the spot, 'i.tnl I
tlieiu for tin.1 sake of toe s-icro I '
meni'ii y of t'ion'1 ymi Lave biiiied. i
'iaiit tlieiu for y ini' own H ikenliij
visit and clierisli t'ie spot I'l i'it 1
tlioiu lor the sake of tiio cxmiuunitv
iu vhicl. you lire, whose r.vtht-tie I
t intejou wiil thus help In educate.
No Legal Dissolution of P.irt ursliip
without Public Notice
Something that is very often nog
looted by business men, tin I which
neglect, very often. results disis
troilsly, is the precaution toalver
tiso iu tho public newspaper a notice
of "liss )l utioti of Partnership '
A partnership may bo undo in un
hour, but catiuot bo dissolved fully
in less than four weeks, not until af
ter the same has been u Iverti" I iu
s oolitic n,nMiijiiwr in mii1i nf tliAiM't
counties in wincii tiio
liriu has b i l
places of business.
A recent decision of court
111 I llll -
ad 'lphia i that, no matter b w
long tit? dissolution of a lirui tuiv
exist, there is no legal diss ilution
.until after public notice is given of
the same through tne columusof the
county paper, and a private uotioe
sent to all having open accounts
with tho turn at the timo of dissolu
tion. In tho abovo ciiso it was prov n
that each member of tho tirm 1ml
admitted that the tirm bad been dis
solved many years ago, and tho ao
coiwits settled Up eveiythillg ne
cessary d itto but advertising ; but
the court instructed the inrv tint
thero was no leg il
diss ilution, and
a veiiliet was teiulereil aecoMinglv.
Until the full letter of the law i ful
tilled, either sniviving partner is lia-
!b!e for any debts tho other partner
or partners may uiako over the fii tn h
kignaturo. previous to the first no' ice
i iu the newspapers, which will stop
Sung feel ! nil proceedings, but it is not com
back tolnlcte until the sime lias b eii nib
lished for four cousevutivo week.
Society is tho atmosphere of i
aud wo necesianly imbibe some
thing which is either infectious or
salubrious. Tho society of virtuous
persons is on joyed beyond their com.
pany, whilo vice carries a sting iuto
solitudo. Tho society, or tho com
pany you keep, is both tlio indica
tion of vour character and tho for
mer of it. Iu company, thero re
quires more guard than usual, be
iiiso tlio luiu.l is thou passive.
Either vicious company will please
vou, or it will not i it it J es not
pl'iaso yon, thn eud of your going
will bo defeated, xou will feel your
levrcuoa for the dictates of conscience
wear oft, aud that name at which
angels bow and devils tremble you
will bear condemned and abused
The Bible will supply material for
ntiinoauiug justs or impious biifYtou
try tho consequence of this sill bo
a practical deviation iuto vice the
prtuuiplo will become ssppea ami
the funces of conscience broken
down i aud, when debauchery has
corrupted the character, totsl in
version will take place, aa the
apostle spooks, they cbry in their
Trapeao performers are desperate
persona, i uey are oouou 10 wsss'oirrt
ft living if tbay bat to swiag tor it
,fs. k . - I
rubllsliod ever Thursday Everhig
Terms of Subscription,.
TWO WU.S M TICll ANM,-f. lVyV
alilo vithin sit tmnilhs, or f-.oOtfrtof
paid within the year, tio paper dir
continued until all mreerivM sre
raid unless at Uie epliun of lue uul
HulHic.riptjons outside of the count
PtYAKI.K I.N A I) V NCR.
firrersniis lifting Mid usinfc patters'
sddres-ed i othrs beetviissnlsioriliore'
and ire lisllo furlde price ofthopspsr
IJENUY A. WOLFLEY,
Saddler and Harnosf
Cenlrovllo, Snyder County, Ponna
K-epxm has'l. n-l itntkea to ol-.lef alT klSit
'if llsrne--, Wn.tO lt. Hn.ll-, Whip. Uoltrir
e,ki. wrk vnrnnit tor one Jr
Mr. 1'itf!T Irn l,tt a trlitl to linitl Ihat ttf
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W. II, It I Pit A.
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NICHOLS, SHEPAHD CO.,
Ilattle Crifc, Mlrrt.
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