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The English Language.
I Col I Col I ?at btniuag dtt
lata sol Inrlltn shrakaa I
Libuit io aura I spaas him right
hj iurt t oaaa niiuiii.
Lhea Nay! vsnta rihlaDaaf,
h paan dot lager SXaa
Latum data linga dat folkt rtda ad
Ut'J (o a'i a mixta.
L ar dfy "rain, a pnHiling.
firt "rata" it down ao dint ;
U,,i" mesa da A ting Iba auu trows out
Tia II I"1" "P "nint.
W" meant dam tine dal's tetl al
r,i..i .iu .i . .
kooty "mala" lo meatiira tlnga
neampoaia "mate" tua atopper.
lt the ma Word meant avary tlogv
aptktaaa Bur.ntae wntinsr
Uiftllt aim dla or t'other vsy
ju lounda aimoai like t otoer.
L Cat t mine Cot 1 e nrs 1 "kaowa,"
lota not Knctlab, aprakea
Lyes I "aoaa" I apeak him right
fj uia I I gilt oietakea.
X I n o e 1 1 a n o o u h.
vgpow.l by a man who haa ban eofitoad It
uara iwb iwi muvtvwa y vwr..j
A lonoly and melanoboly feeling
met irresistably ovor oar frame
ten we gazo thoughtfully around
tbo crraveyara. ibose marble
ifi gponk to as io hid Jon language,
ti doop for utterance i locked be
n tboir teeth are the loved forms
those who onco smiled upou as,
SI woo were toe joy ana coraion oi
rlivos t they loved as too tender
to permit ns to Btray recklessly
m tbe many eviis oi mis mo.
m stood like a dam botwooa the
. - . . . At t .
lrreotoi our nature ana iuo wuiri
apathies with oars ia disappoiut
rata, comforting ns ia sorrow,
eering us in despondonoy, etengtb-
lag us in weakness, Tortuylog ns
resolution, always endoavorwg to
hct the channel of our thoughts
J tbo purposes of our hearts in
s way of truth, of vtrtae and of
How often did we thought
4 wound their fuolings. How
iientiy we mistoos ine roa oi
L (or the sharp tooth of a eerpont,
the spirit of that legion whion en
Led into the swino, but their mem
ia sacred to ns now. Tho gold-
words whieb dropped from their
H tre more precious to ns tuno
jbies or fine gold. iue maxims,
brerbs, principles and doctriues
sacred to oar noarte, and as lor
!y engraven on tbo inner cbam-
rt of our minds, that time has uot
i:n able to cover thorn with his
vij hand and tboir improsaion
wi stronger, as "streams tuoir
inels deeper wear. They are
bright, particular stars, bluziag
the uiidoigbt of boaven ; like jow
of tlio morning wrappod m the
k colored drapory of tlio evening
Lies. We believe that in tbo econ-
Vj of Ood's providebce nothing is
K The water wbioh stood in
ier pool, now arioa up, nas gone
into the sky to come down again,
bleasings opon the earth, accord-
as it is wntten, "lue earth
ticb bringeth forth tbe grass and
lrbs rocoivoth blessings from God."
It we are often east down, and be-
b discouraared ia oar labors to
perishing souls aroand us from
itiasting destraouoa j wo are apt
umic that oar labors are in Tain i
knot so; divine inspiration tells
that "Your labor is not ia vain in
i Lord." The injunction is "I o
i mornintr sow thy soed, ia the
kinnr withhold not thine hand, for
pa knowest not whether shall
f per either this or that, or wbeth
tliev aboil be alike good.' A (rain,
W thy bread upon the waters
filter many daya tnoa shall Had
he blessed Master crowns the poor
pint, the cast down and monrn
beart with the inspiring promises,
oted are the poor in spirit i
leased are they that mourn i'
Vy that aow in tears shall reap
tjoj." And to satisfy us more
1; on the subject, he tells as
' "The heart of tbe wise is a
m of mourning.' Let ns deposit
y well performed in tbe treas
of the Almighty, and trust bim
It, and to tbe day of final settle-
pt we shall receive oar own with
7. All we can do is to do oar
17 to Qod aad man. and oommit
keoninar of oar souls to him in
f doing s onto a faithful Ores-
no need nave no tears about
Mare results. Tbev will be de
N ia God's own way, time and
too. If the spiritual seed which
makes a draught on as for
n it will thrive all tbe bettor for
P t because the tears of the saint
precious in tho eyes of tbe Lord,
fa anaela do irather them into
4n rthittla. and thaw ara stored
Win heaven aa trophies of that
FMDffintr and atArnal love, whioh
from tho beginning. ' Tboro ia a
it n ii. 1. i a h a Mnnn.AQil
tbo Uvea andoonduct of our
Med friend, wbioh seems to
more enchanUng as time rolls
I 1 certain sweetness of aaooohv
thioh liDgera on tho margin of
like tbo fragranoo of a faded
", whUo tbo objtiot itself haa
rd and fiisd awsy i a oombi-
of eironrstaaooa wboto kt
v f- ir-
joy, or burdening it with sorrow.
t'erbapa a lervent prayer, a gentle
remonstraacet a sharp robnke, a ter
rible reproof, a principle or doctrine
inonlcated, may come home to oar
hearts years after oar loved ones are
buried oat of sight, with a colnmn
of thoughts and impressions whose
force cannot be resisted.
Tbore is a sacredness about that
family Bible, though old and worn,
fudod and torn, which wouey can
uot purchase and time cannot erase i
a secret charm is lovingly entwined
nruuuu uieir larunw cunpior verse
aod hymn, which we commit, repeat,
road and sing with peculiar pleasure.
A certain position of the body, ex
pression of the conutenanco, gesture
by word, proverb, or maxim has
made a doepor impression on onr
minds than any thing connected
with tboir lifo t some or all of these,
it tray be, aro as iudolibly fixed in
our memory, as if thoy were to day
ireshly photographed. Wo cannot
sit down to a repast without being
reminded of their favorite dish, tboir
ohoice fruit, and how tbey loved and
enjoyed it. The things that remind
us of them are too numorous to be
menlionod here, bat the sight of
those marble slabs brings beforo our
minds tbe variod and multiplied
evonts of the past, like a moving
pauorama which gathers frosbnoss
by a manifold reproduction, and
thoso reflect in thorn like the deop,
clear waters of a flowing stream, the
imago of those who have passod over
and are now standing on tho op
Adamsbnrg, Snyder coaoty, l'a
Mark Traiu visited Niagara and
was posted np. He says : "To toll
the pUin truth, tbe multitude of
signs annoyed mo. It Was bo-
cause I noticod at last that thoy al
ways happenod to prohibit exactly
the very thing I was just wanting to
do. I desired to roll on the gross-)
tbo sign prohibited it And I was
just in tho act of throwing a stone
ovor to astonish and pnivenzo such
parties as might bo picaieing bolow,
wbeara sign I nave lunt mentioned
furbade that. Even that satisfaction
was denied-trie (and 1 a friondleSs
rpban). There was no rosonrce
now but to souk onsolotian ia the
flcjwiug bowl. I drew my flank from
my pocket, but it was all in vain.
A aigu confronted ran, and said .
'No drinking allowed on the
' Ua that spot might navo per
ished of thirst but for the saving
words of an honored maxim that
flttod though my memory at that
critical moment "All signs fail in
dry time." Common law
precedence of tho statutes,
A Hint to Grumblers.
"What a noisy world this is I'
croaked an old frog, as be squatted
on the margin oi tho pool, "uo
you here those geese, bow they
scream and hiss T What do they do
it for r
"Ob. last to amuse themselves,'
said a littlo flod moiiso.
"Presently we shall have the owls
hooting t what is that for V
. "It's tbe masio tbey like tbe best
said tbe moose.
"And thoso grasshoppers, they
can't go homo without grinding and
chirping i why do tbey do that '
"Ob, they're so hippy, they oan't
help it,' said the mouse.
"You'll find excuses for all i I be
lieve you don't understand music, so
you like the bidooas noises.'
"Well, friend, to be honest with
yod,' said the mouse, 'I don't great
ly admire any of tbem t bat they are
all sweet to my ears eompard, with
tbe constant cioaiting oi a Irog.
A gentleman is stopped on a
street of fa-is at midnight by a
thief. Drawing a pistol from bis
pocket bo forces the man to walk
quietly before him to the station.
Arriving there he tolls the Chief
what has oocurred.
Very well,' replies that officer,
'bat have yoa permission to carry
"In that ease 1 most pnt yoa an
dor arrest' r
"But without the arms whtoh 1
happened to have I would probably
have been assassinated.'
"That ia possible, bat tbe police
ordinanco exists and it ie necessary
that it is to be obeyed.'
"Is it allowable to carry arms
wbioh are not deadly.'
"Then look at my pistol. It haa
no hammer. To oblige a frlond I
waa going to take it to a ganshop to
have it repaired.'
"Ob, if had only knows that I'
cried the thief.
A plokpocket, taken with bia band
in some one else s pocket endeavors
to invent all manner ox possible ex
planations of the phenomenon.
"VVbat'e the use of your trying to
lie about it ao olamsily says the
magistrate, benevolently i "haven't
yoa a lawyer. H -'
A ten farmer lately loot a valua
ble horse, and oCsred a reward for
him. Several days aftonrard bo re
ceived from a aet-borin towo tbe
fcllowis act t "its hortels here i
MIDDLEBURG, SNYDER COUNTY,
Vihat Scientists say of the Bible.
A correspondent of the lixttr
Oemn who has read Colonel Inner.
soil's lectaro has collected tho fol
lowing ttttorantes of eoioontist.s.
statosmoa and thinkers in regard to
toe Dime i
The trrand old book of God still
elands, and this old earth, the more
its leaves aro turnod ovor and pon
dered, the more it Will snntain and it
lustrato tbe sacrod word defet
"Infidelity has, from limo to lime,
erected her imposing ramparts, and
opened fire npon Curistiaoity from
a thousand batterlo.4. Hut tbo mo
ment tbe rays of truth wore concen
trated upon their ramparts thoy
rnoltod away. Tbo last clouds of ig
noranoo are passing and tbo than
ders of infidolity are dying npon the
Ar. The onion and harmony of
Christianity and science is a sdro
tokon that tbo flood of nnboliof and
ignorauoe shall nevor more go ovor
the world.' PiofUMt iV.:A;owt.
"All hamao disoovorios soora to bo
made only for tbe purpose of con
firming more and more strongly, the
truths contained in the Sue rod Scrip
tnros ? John llchtl.
"Tbe Hible furnishes tbo only fit
ting vehicle to express tbo thoughts
that overwhelm us when Coutoraplat
ing the stellar univorao.' (A M.
"Ia my investigation of natural
scionco, I have always found that
whoa evor can moot with anything
in tbo Hible, on any subjoct, it al
ways affords me a fine platform on
which to stand-'-Lnuteiuint ihtrltif.
"If tho Qod of love is most appro-
firiatoly worsbippod ia tbe Christian
emple, tbo Qod of natare may bo
equally honored in tbo tomplo of
science. Evon from its lofty mina
rets, tbo philosophof may summon
the faithful to prayor and tho priest
aud the sae exchange altors without
tbo compaomiso of faith or knowl
edge. Sir JJaOut Jirewtler.
I havo not spaoo to quota from
Agosuiz, Hugh Miller, Professor
Airoy, Sir William Thompson, Far
rady, Silliman, et. al , who not only
loved, road, and reverod the Biblo,
but groat scientists as tbey wore,
spoke bravo, truo.and glowing words
in uolcuso of the liooli of liooks.
"Tboro is a book worth all othor
books which were ever printed.'
"The Bible is the host book in the
world."' John Atlamt.
"So great is my veneration for tbo
Dible that tbe earlior my children
began to read it, tbe more confidout
will be my hopos that tbey will provo
useful citizun to tbeir country, and
rcspectalilo members ofsociuty.'
Joui Quinoy Aihim.
"It is impossible to govern tbe
world without Qod. Ho roast bo
worse than an infidel that looks faith,
and more than wicked that has not
gratitude enough to acknowledge
his obligation.'- General Geo. Wash
ington. "Pointing to tbo family Bible on
tbe stand, during his last illnoss,
Andrew Jackson said to his friend I
"That book, sir is tho rock on whioh
onr republio rests.' 1
"I deem the present occasion aof
fioently important and solomn to
justify me in expressing to my fel
low citiaena a profound reverence
for the Cbristiau religion, religions
liberty, and a just sense of religious
responsibility, aro essentially con
nected with all true and lasting hap
piness.' Gtneral IIarrlton'$ Inau
"Aa to Jeans of Nazareth, my
opinion of whom yon particularly de
sire, I think the system of morals,
and His religion, as lie left thorn to
us, is tbe best the world ever saw, or
is likely to tob'Benjamin frank
lin. "Do yoa think that your pen, or
the pen of any other man, cau an
christianize tbe masses of oar citi
zens T Or have yoa hopes of cor
rupting a few of tbem to assist yoa
ia so bad a cause.' Samuel Adamt'
Letter to Ikomat Fan.
"Christianity ia tbe only trde and
perfect religion, and that in propor
tion aa mankind adopted its princi
pals and obey ita prospects, tbey
will be wise and bappy. And a Dot
tor knowledge of this religion is to
be acquired by reading the Bible
than in any other wayi Jiejamin
When that illnstriooa man, Chief
Jnetioe Joy, waa dying, be waa asked
if bo bad any farewell address to
leave his children, he replied "tbey
have tbe Biblo
"I always bavo bad, and always
shall have, a profound regard for
Christianity, the religion of my fath
era, and for ita rites, ita usages, and
observances. llenry Cluy.
"A few days before bie death, 'tbe
foremost man of all bis times drew
op and aignod tbla declaration of bis
religions faith 'Lord, I believe i
help Tboamine nnbelief.' Philoso
pioal argument especially that drawn
from the vaatneaa of the Universe, in
oomparison with inaignifloanoe of
thia globe, baa sometimes shaken my
reason for toe rata tnst is in me,
bat my heart baa alwoye aesored
and re ared ma t-it Vis gospel of
Ir-n Cl-'-ie-KtHsi tfiviwfoma.
-- 4 --,,- i..,4" laah
JA Ki ?zzjzig.
not be merely haman production.
Thia belief enters into tlio vorv dnnth
ot ray conscience' Danitl Webster.
"Hold fast to tho Bible as tho
sheet anchor of our liberties, write
its prospects on your hearts, and
practioo tbem in your lives. To tbe
innnonce of this book wo are indebt
ed for tbe progress made ia true
civiliftaticn. And to this we must look
as our gaido ia tbo future.' U. S
"It ts A bcliof in tho liiblo which
has served roe as a guido of my mor
al and litornry life. UHt.
"I account tho Scrlptmos of God
to bo the roost stibliino philosophy.'
Sir J.HKirr Newton ,
"To give a man a full knowledge
or true meralityt I shoi'ld bom to
send In' in to no othor book than tho
Nyv ToNtament' John Locke.
"I know tbe Biblo is inspired, l)o-
canso it finds mo at greatur dopths
of my being than any other book.
"A noble book I All tnnn's book.
It is our first stntomont of tbo nevor
ending problem of man's destiny
and Cod s way with mau on earth.'
"I mnst confoss tho majoety of
mo ncripturos striko mo with aston
inliroout. R uitcmt.
"There it not a boy nor a girl, all
ChriHtendom through, but thoir lot
Is innde bettor by this great book.
s v n . .
how l eojn iitoioi j' tiu i ear
Ayo ami Jloia They Lice Now.
A half oontury ago s Inre part of
tlio people of tha Untied SUton
lived in houses unpaintod, nupUi.
lored and utterly devoid of adorn-
monts. A well led nro In a yawn-
log cliawm ol a hua chimney gave
partial warmth to a slnglo room, and
it man a common remark (hat tho
ioraatei wor roistiogone sido while
freed tig the other: in contrast, a ma
jority of tho pooplo Of tho oldor
States now live in houcoa that are
clap-hoirdod, printed, bllnJod and
comfortably wuiweJ. Then tbo
household furnituro oinsitol ol a
few plain chain, a plain tablo, a
bedstead made by the village car
penter. Carpets thoro Wore nonl.
To-day few are the homes, in tho
city or country, that dues not con
lain s carpel of some sort, while the
avoriige laborer by a week's Work
may enable !iin to n-poite at night
upon a spring bed.
Fifty yeir ago tho kitohun "'lro"
crV'weroset lorih with a shining
row of powtor plates. Tho firm t
ato with a buck haodlccl kuile i:i.J
an iron or pwtor 8tnon, b it tbo
advancing oivilizition hat Hint lb')
pint's and Rponti t' tlio niwltu.g p it,
while tb knives auJ lorks Iuvj given
placu to nivklo aod silver plater cut.
lory. I a those days tbo ulonnili foroonk
ing Were a dinoor-pot, tea-kottlo ;
to-day thoro ia no and of kitchen
The people of 1S30 ,t in tbe oven
ing io the glowing light of a pitch
knot Are, or read their Weekly news
papers by the flickering light of a
"tallow dip ; now in tns city ami
villago, their apartments aro bright
with tbo flame of tbe gas jet or the
softer radiance of keroooe. Then
il Ihe Cro went out opoq, tho hearth,
it was rekindled by a coal from a
neighboring hearth, or by flint, steel
aod tinder. Those who ludu'go l io
pipes and cigars could ligLtthein ooly
by soma netrtnstons ; io usy we
light tiro end pipe by the dormant
fli-e works in match sale at tbo cost
of one-hundred for a Cent.
a thoso days wo guesssed the
hour oi noon, or ascertained it by
tbo creeping of tbo sunlight up to tbe
"dood mark'1 diawu upon tho floor j
only the well to do could sff trds
clock. To-day, who does not carry
a wstoh 1 aod as for a clock, you may
purcbaso tbem at wholesale, by tbe
cartload, at sixty-two eents a piece.
Fifty years ago bow many dwell
ings wero adorned with pictures f
Jow many sro there now that do not
display a print, engraving, cbromo,
or lithograph f Uow many piaooa or
parlor organs wers there then t Ueod
organs were oot invented till 1810,
and they aro ia every village.
Somo who may read tbla article
will remember that In 1830 tbe Biblo,
tho slmasso snd tbe few text'books
used in aohoola were tho only vol
umes of tho household. Tbo dic
tionary was a Volume four inobes
squrare and an inoh and a half io
thickness. In soras of the coantry
villages a fow public-spirited men
had gathered libraries containing
from three to five hundred volumes ;
in contrast tbe public libraries of the
present containing more than ten
thousand volumes, having ao aggre
gate of 10,050,000 volamos, not id
oluding tbe Sunday school and
private libraries of tbe country. It
ie estimated that altogether tbe
number of volumes aeeeeaible to tbe
publio is not less than 20,000,0001
Of Webater'a and Worcester's dio
tionaria, it may be said that enough
have been published to supply one
to avsrr ona hundred inhabitants of
the United 8tata. Jbfay AatlaMic
John T. CrltiU. a somaajdbaUsi
rsl fcc-j td-otory window
oieos as swaenaeroas it t JU.1
PA., MAY 22,
Habits ol a Business Man.
A. sncrod regard to tho principles
of Justice forms tbe basis of every
transaction, and regulates tho con
dupt of tbe upright mau of business.
He is strict in kooping his eogago
Does nothing carelessly or in a
Employs nobody to do what he
can easly do himself.
Koops evorytbing in ite psopor
Leavos nothing undono that ought
to bo dono, and which circumstan
ces permit him to do.
Kcops his dcsign.i nnd business
from tho views of othors.
Is prompt and decisive in uia deal
ings and dJos not ovortradu bit
Prefers short Credits to long
ones, nnd cash to credit at all times,
either in buying or selling, and small
profits iu rnso of little riuk, to
chnneo Ot bolter gains with rhcro
lie is cloar and explicit in all bis
Loaves nothing of consoqnenco to
his memory which bo can aud ought
to commit to writing.
Koops copies of important letters,
and has all letters, invoicos and oust
noss documents nut away in rtn or
ilor'v manner, so that on occasion1
luay bo oaslly ref erred to.
Is always at tbo bead of bis busi
ness, well knowing that if bo leavos
it it will leave him.
Holds ns a mixim that ho whoso
credit is suspected is not to bo trim
tod. Is constantly oxamining his books,
and sees through nil bis affairs r-.s fur
ns caro and attention will enable
Balancos rognlurly atRtatod times,
and then makes out and transmits
all bis accounts enrrout to bis cus
tom or s, both at homo aud abroad.
Avoids as much as possible all
sorts of accommodations iu money
matters, and lawsuits, wbero lliuio
is tho least hazard.
He is economical in bis expen
ditures always living within his
Kucpsa memorandum book in bis
pocket, in which bo notes every par
ticular relativo to appointments,
addrosses aud potty &tti matters.
Is cautions bow ho becomes se
curity for auy person, and gonorous
when urgod by motives of humanity.
Lot a man act strictly upon tbono
habits wbon onco begun they will
bo easy to continue
Take pluasuro in your business,
and it will bo your recroation.
Hope for tbo bust prepare for tbo
worst and roaufully bmir wbitover
The Boss Locomotive.
Undo Dick Woighs sixty-llvo tons
and bo is sixty foot long from bis
boad light to tho rear em! of bis ton
do r. llo is tbo biggoHt locomotive
in tbo world, and is for duty on tbe
precipitous inclines of tbo Atchison,
i'opeka and Sante Fe Kailroad. A
boiler 'il foot long supplies steam
for cylindors 20 iucbos by 20, aud
gives motion to eight 4'J-iunli driv
ers, whilo a larg'i tun it surcarrietf a
wator supply, but helps to givo
Undo l'ich a tighter grip on tho
rails. His drivor will bavo Control
of throe indopondont systems of air
brakos and can bring to bear at onco
upon bis beets a restraining forco of
70 tons, wmmi is none too large in
asmuch as a "shoe proassuro" of 5'V
000 pounds is required to koep him
when standing still aud nlono on the
stoop road ovor tho Ituton Pass,
frou surrendering to gravitation aud
rushing down hill by bis owu weight.
Ilow heavy those grados are cau bo
understood wbon it is uotod that ono
end of Uncle Dick will ofton stand
more than three feet higher than tbo
othor, so that in travelling bis own
length bo will do the work of lifting
about 2 30 tone a perpondiculur foot.
And yut this mounter rejoicing in
bis strength, will rush up tbe flunk
of tbe Itocky Mountains with too
loaded cars behind him.
Josh Dillings flays "Punkia pi iz
tbe suss of Nu England. Tbey are
vittlos and drink, tbey aro joy on
tbo half shell, they aro glory ouuf
for one day, and are good cold or
warmed up. 1 would liko to bo a
boy again just for sixty miuutos,
and fill myself pbull of tbo blossod
old mixture. Koy mau who don't
love pankiu pi needs watching closo,
for be means to do aomeiuin mean
tho fust good cbaooe be gits. Uive
me all tbo punkin pi I could eat
when I wuz a boy, and I didn't karo
a oent whotbor Suaday school kept
or not. Now that I have grown up
to manhood, and run for tho Leg
islature once, and only got beat
ight hundred and fifty-six votes,
and am thoroughly marriod, there
ain't nothing I banker after wuhs
aud can bury quicker than two thirds
of a punkin pi an inch and a half
thick well smelt up wun ginger auu
nutmeg. I'uukiu pi is Abe oldes
American beyorage I know nv, end
ought to aro down to posterity - with
tbe trademark of our grandmothers
onto it i but I am afraid it won't for
it ia tuff enough even now to iud
one that taetee in tha mouth as it
did forty years ago."
John 0eos oomutitted
1 Valparaiso, tod. '
A Short Lecture to Young Men.
It in all the fashion to loc'uro, ns
witness .'osb Billings, Nasby, and
lots of othor fools no, I moau fun
ny rann nnd of course 1 want to
be in fashion t so, ns ynung limn
beod torturing about ns much ns any
thing I know of, I will begin with
And firstly t Pon't bogin the
world with the idea that tlicio is
cortain quantity of wild oats to bo
sown to irot tbo ground ready for n
crop of tamo ones. You bavo most
of yon soon that tall, rank wood with
a yellow blossom which bears, after
the blossom, a burr of what nro call
ol 'brrgar lino.' Pass bv them, and
thoy fall off and stick to vonr clothes,
and slick, and stick I nnd if yon, by
dint of hard brushing nnd prickled
fingors. succordod in ridding your
self oi thotii Ihcy most i:keiy nave
gono whoro tho next passer by will
bo troubled by thctn. And tbeir
sprawling, ungainly stalk ban taknn
an much vitality from tbo earth as
strawberry vino or li rdiirhush tfouM
have dono. It is liko wild oats, just
as ungainly, just ns disagroeablo to
vodr friends, and just ns noodles,
No more so.
Secondly t Don't swoar. Tbo
liT.th 1b good enough without it and
false hood is none the better with it
Two-thirds of the people bavo a feel
ing that a story winch noods couflr
tiling by an oath is liko a hoino which
neods propping with a ehoro, rather
unstable aud dangerous in a storm
I bavo known a swearer himself to
doclaro bis mortification at tbo coin
pany of another no moro profane
Thirdly : took out for tour rep
utation. If that gets bad. bo Hiiro it
is tho outcropping from a diseased
branch in your character i and a rep
utation onco patched is as likely to
show tbo blemish as a china plato
with a pioco puttied into it ed;'o.
Going down hill is easy, easier than
goiug np, whilo your faco is to
ward tho bottom. It is liko playing
Larry O'Gaff i you can bogin auy
wboro, but if you go on till you Como
to a stoppiug placo you may play till
your bow is worn out and your
strings broken. Vonr t'nldlo is gono,
but tbo mimic rumaius Da capo
from ovorlustin; even uuto over
lasting Fourthly ! Tako your sisters with
yon to places of amusement thus
making sure thoy nro iu company
with a con'onndi'd good follow i
thcDkOf com so you will bo euro tbey
nro in no danger. Don't exenso
yourself by saying that tbo placo or
the company is not fit. If it is good
enough for them, unless by keeping
bad associations you have fallen a
long way bolow thom in which caso
a conliniianfd of evil will not ralso
you n;;ain to thoir lovol.
Fifthly s Learn to tako earo of
yourself nnd not depnndon motbor
nnd nibtor to button your collar, put
away your slippers and pipe, (if you
aro fool enough to smoke ono.) bang
np your hat and ovorcoat i othnrwiso
you may havo riches of a Jow, tno
beauty of Apollo, and tho good na
ture of a clown, without tho faculty
of muukiud a good husband.
.Sixthly : Don t scowl nt vonr sin-
tors children, falling tbem br'-.ts or
nuisances Pooplo who iivo in glass
housos ought to know bolter than to
throw stones, nnd you should con
sider that it is tittoily impossible for
anything human to bo more hateful
than you wore when this nnmo sister
as being courted, unless the excep
tion bo made- in favor of tbo "to be s'
whoa you yourself shall have boon
married a fow years.
Hovcnthly i Don t regard mens
a play ground and overy workinj
doy ns a hardship. Tbo only person
I ovor know who ha I Courtii oi July
all tho year round is old i ankoo
In ndia aud China tbo original
tnodol of tbo fan is said to bavo
beon tile wing of a bird i and nn
admiraUlo fan can always bo made
from two bird s wings, joinod by a
strip of wooiL Tbe fan of tbo high
priests of Ibis was in tho form of a
half clrclo, made of f oat hots of dif
ferent lengths. Such, too, wore tbe
fans carried in trinnipUal proces
sions, nod amouj which tho Kgyp-
tains served as military standards
in time of war. The Sibyls are
said to have boon in tbe habit of fan
ning themsolvos as tbey dulivored
tboir oraclos, tbo fan being evident
ly not regarded in those daya as in
any way connected with frivolity t
and even now, not in the hast alone,
but iu Kuropo, tho fan plays an ira-
portuut part ineertain religious
Curious Comments by a Judge.
Juntioo Maude onoo addressed a
phenomenon ol Innooooee in a snrnko
frock in tbe followiog words "Trim.
ouer at the bar, joor counsel thinks
yoa lunoosnt ; I think yoa loooeeot.
Out a jury, composed of your owo
conotryraan, Iu tbe exorcise 6f s'ich
common aaoae as they po-Suss, whiph
does notsoam to bs much, have fonnd
you 'eullty t' and It remains that I
aboold pass on yoa the ssnUoos of
low. That sentence ia that yon be
kept In imprisonment for one day i
and. aa that day waa yesterday, yon
may now go about your business.
Tho oafortnate rustic, rather seared,
went about his busineae, but thought
that law was att Onooniutouly pa
-4 a -
PuuTtshd" every Thursday EveiUni
Twrt dollars rErt aUxw. m'.
able vitbin six monlbvrlj: W.iOlfnnt
paid within ths Vtosr. So paper dla
corHiii'te'l until all arrenrnvse are
paid union at the option of the pub
rubsnriptlJnl huirkte of the cdttitj
PAVAIll.R tj ADTA.NCK.
artrTcrsons lifting aivd lining ennort
addressed ') others besom aiibecribort
and are bahle fortbe price oCthepitpsr
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T.I EN UY A. WOLFLET,
Saddler find Earnest
Ccntrevlle, Snyder Cdbnty; Penna'.
fron htfii). ant m.. to nM.r all klmla
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Mohontongo, flnjrJer Co., I'a.
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
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