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1 o o t r y
Keep wakeful ajr ami ear, iy friend,
For all mnklnJ
Thou ennui not kno Dor tell, my friend
What lark behind
The flattering epeosh, lb Rraelnne (mile
Bow Utile lrrtt, how rauob of guile,
1 bid within tb heart tba while,
Remember, a'en thyself, my friooJ,
llae orafty grown J
ConetJrr how deoeit, my friend,
Erat deeply oo
Within thy breaet, elow foil upon
lie kindlier nature, until won
The tiotory o'er thy peaoe undone,
Ah, life It a loeine; game, my friend,
A taunting blank
Vheu lot iteelrie trioked, my friend.
1); wealth and rauk ;
Tike eounoil of thy wit, and eeek
No faeere that thy feeling pique
Of both th fawning and lha work.
Trait hltn who make thee pay, my friend,
And equarely, too.
For alt he grant 'tie be, my frUnd,
Aloue that' trao,
II bath no ublerfuge, no plan
To oheat or ooteo ; euoh a man
Thou oanat reaped, and waire tbi ban ';
e 1 u o t T a 1 5 .
A STORY SUCCESSFULLY TOLD.
Protty, plump Jrs, Archibald
Stoole wroto the following paragraph
iu odo of hor letters to bur husbuud
the other day s
John muni oomt down her at onoe,
whether you oan epar biin or not. Our
dear little i,aura ia greatly taken with a
tall, young man, with a hooked no and
thin lip, oallcd 8ioyveaaut. It ia wbie
jiered about the total that he 1 a very
food niaiob, and Uaura' eye a indeed
all lb other pretty rya about or per
petually beeeeotaiug him for attention. In
lb daytime he ie alway with along black
boree, that oover mora ground with it
leg wbil it gjing than any other ani
mal I aver it. When I.oua goea out to
tit-ire behind it, and vanialioa out of sight
with lb bony crealcre, I tremble to lliiuk
bow dreadful il would be if uur dtar liillo
girl would ever be part and parcel of Ibi
wralabed man and hi beaal. Bo 1 thiuk
John had bettor come down at once. 1
-quite long to - hi bau laotne fio and
bear hi boneat foice, aud I think it ia
about liin that John ehould tell hi little
lory to Laura auiMiava thiug settled
Mr. Archibald Steels smiled when
he put the lottur of bis wife iu Lis
waibtcout pocket, aud picking lip tliu
morning paper, 6oauued through, bis
'gold-ritnuied spectacles the news of
ttio duy. Finding nothing therein to
reliuo the cxeoediug satisfactory con
dition of hie affairs, he put it down
smiling as ouly a prosperous, cou
touted down-town merchant can
eniilo. llo stopped to the door of
his office and beekoued to a young
man with strip of couiiut roial paper
iu his baud. aud a puueil behind his
ear, with tho geuoral air of briekuoss
and shrowduess about him that bo
tokoued a successful dowu-town
murchaut etnpryo. Mr. Stoole smil
ed tho third time, with the air of
oue who was not at all aft aid of uuy
bluo'bloodod obtitacla that might bu
thrown ia tho path of domestic bap
piuoas. John,' said Mr. Steele, closing
the door of his private office, aud
looking upon his young clerk bonov
oloutly, "I'va got au order fiou:
Mrs. Stoelo which I wish you would
"Cortainly, Bir,' said John j 'shall
I go out and get tho articlos lay
"Why tho fact is, John,' saiAtho
ruerchaut, enjoying his joke more
nod more, 'its ouly ono articlo a
rather bulky oue. It was bargaiuod
for a long time ago I think you
will have to go down with it, John.'
"Down to tho seashore 1' said
John, getting a littlo hot and flus
terod i "ia it a very valuablo parole,
"Well, perhaps yonr natural mod
esty may depreciate its worth, John
Mrs. Steele and I thiuk a good deal
of it, and Laura, too, I am sure
tloes. The commodity Is yourself,
John, Mrs. Steele wanta you to go
down and take a little holiday thoro.'
When tho name of Laura was
mentioned the young mau'a faoo
prow more flustered and hot than
"You are Tory kind, sir,' be aaid,
''and Mrs. Steele is more like an au
gol than a woman."
"Rather solid aod plump for that
Interposed Mr. Hteolo, but likiog tho
"But it Is a slmplo madnosH," pur
sued John, "to dream of further
happiness than I eujoy Uow your
affection and that of your wife my
position here i don't dare. I oan't
hops (or anvthiniz more. Oh. Mr.
Steele, I can t toll her my story. Sho
would turn from me with horror and
Aversion. She is so young, so beau-,
tifuL Let meat least enjoy tho
"And la the ineanttmo tome ea
darorous, blue-blooded eooundro
will carry her off from us all.'
Then John's fans trraw Dale anuV"uoU an
tern. 'If thore la the slightest feel
ing upon hor part tor for any ono
else, then, indood, Mr. Stoole, my
ase is hopeless.' .
The eonimtrglal papo fluttered
from hit hand, the pouoil full from
ear, and be . leaned hie head
against tba desk nd trembled.
"WbT. who . woald eappoi
onlj ts such eoward I
All the way to tho seashore John's
face wore tho look of one who bad
rosolved to storm a deadly breach,
but who did not bopo to survive the
bven the oconn, when it confront
ed them, wore a thruateuing look.
I non tho horizon a pile of clouds
formed a background waa and
gloomy, a great black mint lay in tho
zi-nith, nnd a donno rod vapor almost
tououod tho water.
u. very nasty soa,' said Mr.
A tramp on tho hard, wot situd,
and liko a meteor a long black horuo
shot by, disappearing in tho uiit,
losvtog for John tho memory of n
charming hoad, crowned with bloude
curling hair, two kind eyes bout up
on his own, and a white waving baud
extended in salutation.
"John," said Mr. Sloolo, 'did yon
boo the faoo of that m-iu T 1 count
npon your saving Laura. Did you
soo bis thin, cruel ltpa and treacher
ous eyes ?'
I ouly saw Laura, Bir, said John,
Later on Mr, Archibald Mode and
bis plump, protty wife were ulone
togotherin thoir private parlor. Hor
liiuplod imnd lity lovni'Mv ia In,
and bur shapely bond, frosh from the
hnuds or tho coitToiir, rested veck
lussly on bis shottldur.
Suddenly the door oponod, and
thoro was heard the rimtlo of silken
drapery. A still shapliur little boa I,
and fresher from tho hands of the
coiffeur, all unrumplud by tho nn Li
vious hands of moi Ul, pocpod iu at
tho door. Laura was p.ilo i hor lit
tle white hands wore clasped toiolh
or and hor musical voice trembled.
"Oh, papa, tnatuma.eoiuo diruclly 1
Mr, Stuyvcsant ventured too far,
"Was drownod ?' said Mr. Stoelo,
with a titioor combination iu his vuico
of pity aud relief.
"Mo, no j how can you snpposo so
dro idful a thiug T lie was rescued
but is very V.urik aud ill. lie ha
aukod for mo, and may I go? Will
you not come with mo, uiatoma 1
Oh, do, I bog of you. Can't she.
lior bluo eyes filled with toara ;
hor little foot scoruod wauling to lly
through tho corridors.
"Certaiuly not," said Mr. rJtoole
'Lot him wait till ho is able to couie
to you or me. Kithor the iu ttt was
drownod or be isn't. ISucauao ho
was itnbucilo enough to rink his life,
that is no reason for yon bcittg the
tulk of the hotel.'
Laura taSf.od her eyes proudly.
"No dangor of that, papa i aud
besides, every ouo is occupied now
with the ouo that rebutted him.'
"Aud What ma Imau was that V
said poor Mr, Steele, who could I'ot
reconcile himself to tuo present con
dition of alT.iirs.
"I don't know a stranger, I be
lieve. I was so interests! iu Mr.
Stuyvoaaut 1 forjot to ak.'
"Halt . said Mr. Mode, getting
npou his foot and walking to the
dour. "I'll go aud find out all about
it. Do you stay hero tiil I return.
Unforo bo bad gone far, Mr. Steolo
heard from tuo excited uuoats hovo
rul different Versinus of the affair
but ono and all agrood that the res
cuor could bo uotmng icsj tuan a
"A regular wator-dog : sant one
gentleman to Mr. Stoulo ; aud as the
merchant bad heard this epithet hut
onco before in his life, aud that ou
an occasion of vital iutcrottt to him
self be sought out tho horo of tho
hour, and fouu 1 to bis nauouudod
astonishmout, it was Johu VY ators
himself I Uo was qtuto enveloped iu
tho flouueos aud fur-bolowa of pret
ty and sympathetic women, who iu
slated upon kuowiug ovory half sco
ond if he was sure he felt stroug aud
well, and how in tho world could ho
buffet thoso dreadful waves in that
graud, beroio way, and bow did he
manage to drag poor Mr. Stuyvosant
in to shore T
John, liko any othor horo of the
hoi'.r, enjoyed this adulation, but
looked auxionsly at Mr; Stoulo when
"Hum. urowled that worthy mer
chant t "a pretty follow, you to iu
torfuro with other puople s plans I
Uow do you know ho wanted to be
"He aniuurod anxious that way,
sir,' said John, 'llo wrapped, him
self about me liko a devil tiub, I
thought at ono tituo we'd 1oth go
dowu togethor. There ought to be
a sohool for teaching pouplo how to
bo saved. It's the easiest thing iu
the world i tho water itself is au ac
cessory, if you manage it right,'
"Oh, do tell its how, Mr. Waters
plottse,' chorused tho pretty and
sympathetio women aud as Johu
began his lousou Mr. Stoulo blippoJ
oooastou I bo saved a lady
"Why, papa,' said Laura, 'he must
be a splendid fellow.' '
"Alaguifloont I' Bald Mr. Steals
"You see, we had travolqj ovor oon.
stdorable of the world togetbir, your
mothor and I, whUe yott ?ere yet a
babj j and we found l ther odd
oue morning to diaoer thai bavin
eroseetl the ooeaa enl the Alpe, loit
in the ,:-hlanda. trav :!
MIDDLEBUUG. SNYDER COUNTY,
Across tho Amorican dosort to Cali
fornia, and back again by suother
route, ytur mother had uevor beeu
up the East river as far as Morrisa
nia. It seoinod so absurd to have
uogloctud this homo excursion, that
we dotcrtniuod cpon it ut onco. The
morning was wet, but wo didu't
mind it. Your mother lookod prut
tier in a waterproof and rubbers,
with a shovol hat tiod dowu over her
chin, than most woiu-u would iu it
ball dress. Sho wasii't a bit ufraid
of rain or mud. Shu was a little
tCo t uckluss ; for, getting atuoro to
see the institution for vagrant boys,
her foot slipped off tho plauk, uud
Mr. Steolo slopped a minute his
voioo faltored toe plump little hind
of bis wife clipped iulo his owu ) he
vliitnhed it, un 1 woot on again :
"Oue miuute I saw bur ns tioat
and trim a little figuio as ovur grac
ed a waterproof and shovol hat, aud
tho no.'t shrt was goue.
"Uoiio !'' died Laura. "Uouo
"Iuto the water, child i Into tho
hnn.'rv uroon wave t that surged up
to tako bur away fiout the foudoitt
heart in tho nuivurse i and if it bad
not boon for ono of thoso very vaga
boud boys, who had beeu lurking
there for a ebar. to escape from
tho islmVl, you would have lost us
both, my dear j for I made au ago
nized plunge after bur, though I urn
ashamed to F.ty I Cannot siuiu
stroke, and should have gone to the
bottom liko a pluminut of load ; bat
r.n oflioial stauding by caught uud
htld mo, and ctiod out that Johuny
Waters had hor, safe us a trivet s
anJ presently that vagabond boy
tame up with your sweet mother on
the other si do of the boat, and the
oll'u'or cried out 'llo's a
1 water do.', Ui.it Jouuiiy
. r .
and these wore tho very words u
guest horo nnod iu rulaliou to Johu
a miuute or so ago.'
"Johu !' cried poor bowildorod
Laura, 'our Johu, mamma t Was
t In.l iu it. .Iiilin mir!
Johu, that saved poor Mr. Stuyvjd-
"Tho vory same darling John, our
John ? ho is always ou hand wheu
thore is any trouble or danger.'
"Oh, mamma ! mamma !' cried
Lama, forgetting till tho year that
had paired since tho necidont. and
crumbling both the cuill'etired heads
ill the most luckless man nor.
'T'iiiki,' she then said, 'wo iuunt
go and tiud John t I want to tell
him how much I'
'Yes, dear said Me. Archibald
Steolo aud all tho way through the
corridor and iuto the parlors of tho
hotel, with his plump aud pretty
.vife on one arm and bis daughter ou
the othor, bo sailed.
liut John was still surrounded by
the protty and sympathetic womou,
who had cruelly deserted tho ti e
blooded descendant of tile old DitK'ii
Governor, lying iu his mont grace
ful aud languid of attitudes on a
neighboring lounge the doscon 1 int
uot tho tiovornor uud had flocked,
ouo and all, to the haudsomo an 1
horoic founder of the uow school for
teaching people tho way to bo resou
od from drowning.
John was utmost bid leu iu flounc
es aud laces i but when bis eves met
Laura's bo plunged out of thoHo
costly billows with his usual tao
aud rrapi lity. lhoro was some
thing iu Laura's eyes that bo had
never soon thoro before a tempting
languor, a bowilohiug shyness, a be
wilderiug splendor that steeped his
soul iu a mad, sweat hope.
Laura stopped ouo moment to
whisper to her mamma, and Johu
gasped out to Mr. steolo:
"If 1 durod if I ouly darod to toll
"I have told hor myself 1' said tho
"That was a pauper, without
homo or friends V
"I told tho story in my own way
Johu,' ooutinuod Mr. Steele, 'and I
flatter myself I told it successfully i
do uot Bpoil it, if you please. I havo
mauaged the pant and tho presout ;
do you look out for tho futuro,
And Johu did. Laura walked
through tho parlor that night tho
envied of ull tho protty aud sympa
thetio women and brave and appre
ciative meu that oongroguted thoro.
The Beauty of Neatness.
A woman may bo handsome, or
rmunrkablv ottruolivo ia various
ways; but if sho is nJt . personally
nunt. ahu cunuot hope to wia a l
miraliuo, Fiusclotuoa will uot con
coal the slattern. A young woma
with her har ulways iu dieordur, and
her clothea hanging about hor a il
upeudod f'" prop, U always
rt-puUlve. Blattora u writwn op)u
hur person from the oroo of hor
Head to tho sole of it. ud if she
witt ha-banl he tare out, Iu ali
Iirehahilitv, oithar to bo au idls fool
r a druukiiu rutlian. The bringing
ip of daughters lo bo able to work,
u.lk and sot like houest, sensible
fonng women, is the special task ol
II mother, and lo the industrial
r.nks there is impoesd also the prime
obligation of . loaruing t ropoci
liouehold work tor its own saks, and
the oouilurt, and happiness it will
btiog In the future. Uouaswork i
drudgery ; but U must be done by
omubody, and, had better bo well
doue lhaa illdooe, , . .. . ;, .
.A Wife ooste tau oowe ia Zululand.
Whatoan be t nuUfel wia lit
czi$ i vtvi K
i ' y
I ' -
,w..jou.ao bgaoiauhiaohfoi84MtweepaeTselt I Lel o' Nwe
tows W&V X&K?
Maxims For Everybody.
Kvery dog La his day.
Eut no more than you earn.
Kvery wimor htn it- sprtuir.
Kirs luomy beloro you rpont it.
L'xlrnvagiuoo ellou leads tj vil
lainy. Kudoar yourself t) all by worthy
Kxrel In whatever yoa atay un
Kvery wrong brings its owa Vou
Kenuce. Every tub must ctnad on its owu
Kihv clmir.-J sornvtimus hold Qti
J.vii coiuinuiHcatious corrupt good
Kverybovlj b buslocmi't nobody 'f
ICvory in in U tho architect of Ms
Kavea-ilroppers rtovor hc.tr auy
good el thviuaclvcs.
Kverv tier-on should ba bland
courtoous and ulf.iMo to all.
I'.xp. rienco U a d nr school, but
foi'h will learn in no other.
KT olivo preauhiTii sliviys hit pJ
plo who sit iu other pews.
Lxput ience ore more itooo.iHary t)
soniii put'MuiM than ullicra.
Kvery person is uro of at lea-t ono
good friuud if ho will uut abase him
self. Every man is bound to toloruto
tho uot of which ho himself set the
Embark In nr) enterprise r-atiir:n ;
capitnl until you hIuiII po-.-os the
capital titcessury fur sucocs".
Kvory not of iii8nip.itioo mid
every uprco of drunkentus robs tho
mental part of sumo poitiou ot its
Epidemic are uut Rrovidcotial,
lt"U k II V a a W ill vii'iei t -
ubui cars m v nio.iy v a vu utittvva u u
If you aro fortuualo enough to
kuow a truly reliable man, maUe him
I votir frioud at ouee. if voii cm.
You can ouly do so, however, by
assimilating his character. Ibe
reliable man is u man ol good judg
ment, llo does not jump at con
clusions, e is uot u frivolous man.
Me is thoughtful. Ilo turns u sub
ject over iu his miud, uud loott.-t at il
all round, llo is not a partial or
one-sided num. Ho sees throil gli a
tiling. Ho is apt lo ho a very re-
liceut man. He does not havo t
talk it trreat dod. Ho is a moderate
man, not only iu babit-i of body,
but also of mind. Ho is uot a pas
sionate uViu : if so by ii.ii.aio, ho
mi ovoreomo it by grace, ilo is a
siucere man, uot a plotter or scuein
er. What ho savs tua' bo reliod on.
llo ie a trustworthy man. You fool
safe with your property or the ud-
miuibtratioii of aftairs iu his hands.
t(o is n brave m iu, for bis conclu
sions are logically dud i''o 1 from th.o
sure basis of truth, and Lj d joj riot
fear to luaititaiu them, Ho is u
'ood man. for no ono fan be titr
otighiy honest aud truthful wit'uout
beiu g good. Is such a ir.ia'uty at
tainable f Most utifuiodly so. It
is r.ot born it is made. Character
Uijr uo iiiii'i f ... - ...
couipouont parts may be moulded to
....... I... I. , ...I. .T.,..11tu. I .11 I M
To gaiu a spotless
icpulaliou is a
prize worth tryiu;
Tho f:fiytwo Sil.batln of mat.
with which the year is iiiter.-ipersed.
are like patches of verdure w.UereJ
by ever-Hpriuging lountains, Unit d 't
tho inhospitable wiMortiu-s, and in
vito its traveller to oxhiluruiiou uu l
re'poao. OU, precious day I . the
workm iu's jubilee the shielJ ol sor
vitdJt) the uutidoto of weuriucas.
liow It smoothes the brow of care.
Companions of I d) ir I Have you
ever attempted to compute tho value
of tho Hublmh, evou iu its lowc.-t ol
uso, as a provision of roA tor the
body If Oh, glorious Sabbath, al
moner aud ourso of ticulth. Wo, th
children of toil, fl 'o ti the shadow of
thy protection. Thou stuudont beside
us liko sauis guardian spirit, catiug
over us the shield ot thiuo excolloncy
eufoldiug our jaded bowers iu thy
susiuiuiug aruis, and saying to the
encroaching lido of huuiuu selfish
uoss : "Hitherto shalt thou eomo,
but no further J and here shall thy
proud wovus be stayel." May thy
bulwarks, notsritbstaudiug all the
hostile assaults, stand strong ainoug
us everlasting Rgos for rofugo and
covert to the rofugo of men.
A really eanctiuod nubbatu
throughout tho world would be one
of tho tuost interesting spoctuolos
that eould bo witnessed ou carta.
The way iu which A fool and his
money (ire soon parted was well
shown at a rocent sale of the oon-
tonti of Gunnorgato llall near Mid
dleborotigh, England, where Thonv
as Yauehan lia l run through a for
tnno of 2.300,003 iu oight years.
The furnishing of tho billiard room
alone cost betwoou $150,000 uud
'200,000 i in the smoking room tho
spittoons cost 100 dollars each I in
attiua of the rooms the leather cov-
af tho seats cost 00 a yard I
aingio fireplace cost 110.000, and the
ownor bestead f i.ouu.
Probably there is nothing in the
world that a man. rosenta ao , quickly
au-t, ao deeply, M lo una you awiui
!y Lisj wliea he U porfooUj atlei-
PA., JULY 31, 1871).
A Placo thai will Drnw
Tho Detroit t'ret lre has dis
covered a new smuiuer resort, and
allows the would bo ho 4 thus to do
Bcnbu its attiaclious t ilo came to
this olTico to soo ubou'i getting out
au illustrated catalogue, llo v:h i
nice old tu.in, aud hotict iu bis cou
vicious, lie lives oul from the city
about eight miles ou .Napoleon
Creak, uud it stuldvuly occurred to
hitu the othor day that bis piai-o was
u I eautiful summer resort, and that
his fa'-il'ties for taking a few Insid
ers should be puMi.-thed. l''uut,'
ho bo,;nn, us he lomovod hiu niieit ut
tile, "apoleou Cteoit llows tight by
tho door, uud Hit re's alius ut lonsl
u foot of water in it nil summer lou,.
.Nicest place in the wo'U for woou'ii
to learn to swim. No shark, alli
gators or stiifios to bother 'cm, and
lliev kiu splash urouud lu hatmluoK
"Any tUh iu it ?"
"Yes, si.v-n-e, thero b Thov aro
small, to be sure, but nd you vo got
to HO is to caicu nioie oi cm iu u
day. .apol'.'Oil treett can l on
boat, sir, for au attraction, uud it
furtilnhou the boat kind of water i'cv
wunliing clothos. Wo save bit
of soup every week by uiiit'tf this
"Wall, then there's a bill in the
distaucu ovu ou ,Sptar' r'ullor's
turn. 1 leli you tiiat hill l.ioks Mvo
ly lo a boarder hitting on the bad;
veiuiidy ! ltsUiudnr h il l and de
li. int, uud km lor bol't und pli'adiu',
aud tho hihl luitlies a man feel wort
o' a.Ved tuid hniuLled. 1 be Liil s a
big thiug, bir uud it's going to
"Then there's t'-.o madder "nd a
white behoulhoUHO beyond. Then
OU 'totiier bide is thu Llg btul) lhat
was slruck with lighttiitig. Hoard
ers ran take homo nil the Hpiiutctn
they anl to, and the boy 1 '.in outi
tell em ul ulout how tho piec ! lie A-.
This stub is goiu' to i;et 'em, bir
can I help it. It eouibiut.-s roui iuco
and the power of lighlint.g tjgether.
and boardols will nlaud around thai
with lh'.':r ujj.iiLs open and tongues
"Anything elm) f"
"Aii thiug ol.io J', ho repeated, in
uti in ud tone, ' Well, I t-hnuki
.ay tueiii was ! 1 hero a sheep gatub-
Ming o'er tho lea, and
they me go-1
ing to draw s theirs
through Nap.ilo.ui (.reel.
will fetch em i thole's au
ning mul wuic.i tuo cuu Ireu km
tin u, nud they'll cry to sit up ail
night i there s a grovo with nioro'u
forty buds iu it, and the boarders
kiu take the kitchen chtiirs right
out thar ; then m going 1 1 bleak
two colt.) this summer uti I have u
lightning rod put Up, and t Aceu 1
mo'u tiiu old woman we'll makuitaj
perfect paiadi.-.e around tlu.r."
Aud your prices f
"Wid., beiu' that this is tho f-.lrt
year, we bh.iu't bar dovu very
I heavy. I wa'.'.t to t'it ioli.s in the
habit ofcjiuiu out I.JJ1V, uu l l:in l-
iii udvortisj ljr tl;. an I bimeiiy
vo km ui.A.) silinthiil ' Jt.in t for
get to bay that wo have family pmv-
...j ........ II. ..till... .. ,. .,....
um inio.- u .. iunin uu mwiuo
j big draw, you see. 1'uu ho siugs
bans, my w ilo siugs a sort of soprau-j It is the uudher who moulds tie
o, Ibitig nwlto. und Sophia .lane character uud t:ej the dostiuv vfi
she accompanies us cu tho uielodi-on, i Uu c j j
aud 1 tell jotl it's bivoot. That 11 j Do not herald tba sRCiincei yon'
git t-mlar I : audou etra Ofcasuas i,a;i'a. to each other s t.t-te, habit or
I kin prevail mi tho hjaoii boj s t ) , nrt.f, renco.
coluo over utid help US. Duo play:' A bestitatiu-' or mii-i vii.l.1oi. i.-i
the bans-dium und tho ether
mouth organ, aud they can't help
but draw, You jost orter hear 'eui
play 'Itaby Miuo' onco 1"
iioautifiil, is it T
L'eautiful! Why, it just
you light down, and von
cam nuuiuui tuoiua uiui iu im- mmi
or not 1 Witli, goo.l-by. Y)'ork'ei
up btroug. and dou't forget N.M'J
loon Creek aud tho woman iu wui-
.. . .. I . . i. . i. .. .. .. .1 . ....... .1...
i Tho Earth A Vast Furnaco.
While engaged last May in watch
ing tho transit of Murourv, Profess
or Proctor and his assistant obscrv
ed tin iutensely bright spot iu tho
coutru of tho planet as it crossed
tho sun's disc It is repot fed that,
souu through their powerful refract
ing telescope, it appeared as a mere
vivid point of light, central in the
planet, like a bide pierced in th
middle of a piece of round black
cardboard. It was permanent from
thu time tho planet's centre touched
tho oue limb of the suu until it left
tho other limb a period of seven
hours. "If tho obi'rvution was re
liable," says a comment ator, '"it
proves that that plants has a hollow
axis. There are hypothesists like
John Cloves Sytuiucs, who hive
long held that tho axis of the other
planet spheres of our solar system,
is similarly hallow, with a clear tu
bular passage from tho North to
South Polo. If such is the fact, it
is thought that should auy of tho
bulloouists of Cheyno's expedition
reach the Polo they will bo rather
warmly received, tho theory being
that if the earth is a hollow cylinder,
each of tho Poles is tho mouth of a
vast furnaco. la this way a German
specialist acoouuts for tho Aurora
Uoroalie, attributing tho mybtor
ioua "Northern Lights" to the glow
ing crater at the Pole.
The man who stock .to hit c
waa the painter who uk dowa id
( Liu paint ioti.
ebxeaj for a. youp-r Jaa-v
Ihc Love For Homa.
It is only shallow minded preten
ders who either tnnku distinguished
origin a matter of personal merit,
or oliHcuro origin n matter of per
sonal reproach. Taunt and t,eollin
at the hunililo condition of fatly
life uffect nobody iu thin coiintn
but thoso who are foolish c-uough to
indnlgo in them, and they aro gen
erally stilttcioiillv punished by tin
published rebuke. A man who i
not anil unci of hiuiNi If need not l.
'Khauiod of li ir early v.n litioii.
did uot happen to be born iu a ley
cabin, hut my elder brothers and
sisters were bom in a lo, rabin,
nixed among tho snow drill of New
Hampshire at a period ho euilv that
w hen tli- Hmoko lif t roso from its
t u b) cLimtioy uud curled' over the
frozen lull, thoro was no similar evi
dence of u whittt man's hal.il, itiou
hi twroii it au-J tho Kettlemelits on
tlni rivor-i of Canada. Its remains
till exist i I in aku au auiiii d visit.
; I earrv my children to it to I
: immi i wo o n . i n.ni ou uiiij. I Dy
general inn wLich have gono Ik fori
them. I lovo to dwi.ll on the tun
dor rccolleciioiiH, thj Lindic 1 ties.
tho early nlleetiolis, nnd liie nar
rations nnd incidents which r.iihglc
with ull 1 know of this iiriiuitTvi
family abod.i. I weep to think
that none of thoso who iuhciitcd it
aioiiow auniicr tho livin : an 1 if
j ever I fail in .'ill'eetionato vetieiuti in
, for him who raised it and defended
i it ugiiiust savage violeneu and do
Htruetion, eln rished ull tho ,1 miostie
virtues beneath ill roof, and t hr n
, the lire uud lloud of ouvi-u years' ro-
viilutmnary war, shruulc from no
toil, no saeriiico to hi-i vo his euiiutrv
an. I to raise Ins children to a
ibtion In tier than his o.vn.
inn v I II v
ti'ime. and the name of my poster-1
ity be blotted fotovur fro u tho I
memory oi man ln. liur.
Advice to Married Persons.
Many in your own religion.
Never tiunt with a past mistake.
Never allow a reipiest lie repeated
Lot a kiss bo tho prelude of a re
buke. Let htlf-ubllC
ation bo tho L.ibit
is never an acceptuLlo
i If you nv.st criticise. lt it be done
, Iovidl' v.
AI iU maniago a matter of moral
Many in u family which yoa have
-Never mu!;o a remark at tho ex
pense of nnother,
A good wife is tho greatest oT
Give your warmest sympathies for
each other 8 trials.
If OtlO is UULTV. ll't flirt r.K..l- l.nrl
1,0 li8 .,lv for a hiss.
Never talk of ono auothc-r either
vl homo or iu comnanv.
Marry into ibJeraut blood and
. teuipi-r-uiieiit from your own.
I Al.vas leave l.oiuo with loviug
j words f -r they in iv Po thu i.ist
I Never :'u I f uilt tliile-.i i v.rfc.:t!y
; certain a fault Las bo ti committed."
; N'egh-t tLo wholc v.-orl-l b. idc,
rather than diTi-r with oao uiiuthe-r
-MiVtr lUCelVc, lot tilll heal t OljCo
t minU-d can never trust wholly a ain
U tl,i wiht'S of t,n ut,. r.-ii;i w ,r..'.j
upon a loving heart.
Those who marry for physical
characteristics or external o.Uoilo
ratiou wi'.l fail of La pine's.
Consult oue anotl.tr iu t.ll that
comes within tho cvi.i i ieiico. obatr-
;vatlon, or spuele ot tUO olUt-r.
'hose wlu marry for trjits of
! iuiu.1 uud heart i.f seldom fail of
i)iri.Luial sprius of perennial
epiiugs of djiucstic eujjyuieLt.
Important to Pensioners
IVp-irtmotit of tho Lit. lior. Pen
sion OtlL'o, Washington. l C, July
1. 1ST0, tho bieuuial c-vnuina'.iou of
invalid pensioners is a'Mlishe.l from
that date. Following ii tho provi
sion, to wit :
Thai tc.'lii rs f.r:v-ctiu tun Ire I nj
jewiiiyfu.ir, (jiijr.ea L.ii lr0 1 n
.ttii:io, r inv-aevra h.iuliet eat
i-filv Ihroe. cf 11.0 lin.fj u:4 d of
tho I' u ilea suiri, ri line; for tueaniai
-iMn:nsuot uf rcuioiicr., are tieret'r
rr e iK-d.
iigu.i) J. A. nMirr,
The cff.n't of tLo aluno is to dis
pense with the mcdicd ea:uia.-tliou
of pensioners that were Leretoforo
required at tiio iepiouibor psytuect
.f each odd year, as IS77, lsT J.
Heretofore tho bieuniid owuiu.1
tiou Las been tbo eviase of much do
lay iu tho psytueut of pensioucrs at
such times, moid t-spooullv those iu
tho city, as they wore rcouired lo
appear before tho board of aurgoous.
7o a IomlftT tutoa fru torv raiii
roc1 i von utyht Kll;iri a mouth wo
mu a four dot I tit q4 a cLild to
dollar and a Llf.
II ia iwfoctly am "rin how
luucb soma tucu know aboui a Unu
tbtfj know uothio about
. IVn&ajlTam ; idU paid 126,1
Pubtlr.hcd every Thtirsdav Evening ,
JEHEMIAH CBOU8E, Proplr
Terms of Subscnplipo,
TWO IXMXAK:. I'EU ANNUM.
nbln viibin six montli, or $'2.o0ifr'ji
paid within th.i year. No mipcir dia-
continued until nil srrourai;w arn
..id unli'.'s nt the ojition of tho uh
Hubat riptlon ottt'ddo cf te County
I'AVAhl.K IN ADVANCE. '
fiyl'i rxotis lifling nnd using pnpors
addreed '.o oth"rs hceome imliscntiOM
aud nn li.it.lo forthe price of the paper
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F.NRY A. WOLl'LEY,
Saddler and Harness
Ccnlrcvllc, Snyder County, Penna.
K. ej.inn hanl. 'i.l rut kfi to oMrr all ti Iti'lft
of lnrr:p-, s.MIo, Itricllr., Whli. !i.lra
af.ki". All w.rli Kiiriitni-.l fur n foar
vt r. wol.'l T ' Lin trial lu r..v il,t ho
uii ler l-ii .1 urn Imrlne. a, Nnf In, 'If,
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