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Learn Every Day.
LIllU rllli m wider ttrr1ef,
8lrm1t twtll th river' flu
Rirr Join llit Bonnlaln billow,
Oawsrd, onward at they go.
ltt li mad of iraUr fraf n)t,
8hdaad laaahlo, ware and pit
So may with graiilMt profit
Lara a IHtU ver dir.
Tiny ittd mak banllM hrvt,
Drpi f rain eompoa lh ahowtri
8oili maktth flylnc talnal,
nd thf mlnatct mka Ik kitM,
Let at hanten thta and (Utah Ins
A thy m a on th y .
And with honest, tru onfearor,
Lrn a lfonTxy day.
Let a rd torn iirlfclaf paa.g,
Cull a vena from every par, j
litre a tin and there a eninee,
Galnet th lonely lime of at,.
At onr work or by tb wayal l.
While the anhin' making hay ;
Tbu we may by help of study
leara a Utile eeery day.
My Old Love.
My old Iot whom I lored nit.
Is Ibis your friendly hand ?
Tour toIo with a tremhle In It,
None ) eeuld undent an I t
My old Iot whom I toted aol !
After so many years,
Parting g sileoee and pain.
To meet with (miles, not tears.
Vy old love whom I tovtd not,
Do yon reret ant I
That alt died out which beet wra dead,
All lid thai eould not die t
Till at the tail we meet her(
And etaep long empty haAils,
Keeping our silent seoret safe,
Vfbloh no on understands.
Ton will leave my nam behind you,
A life pure, ealtn and Inns ;
Bui mine wilt fade from human esr
Like a forgotten song.
You will live to smile eerenety
Over a grief tnng done i
You will die with children round your
But I shall die alone.
0 kind love, whom I tovxd not J
0 faithful. Arm and Iruo !
Bid one friend linear near my grave,
1 think it would be yon.
Could f with one heart to hold me
A little, unfurgot,
1 Ihlnk't would be that tieurt of yours,
My love whom I lore! not.
Neloot T (i 1 o .
And How She Lost Him.
I call my heroine Lotlio, bnt thai
isn't ber rout name by a long shot.
Wore to write that, the tonguo, of
Stamford and ten miles of ts sur
roundings would mo like machines.
So I'll call ber Lottie nothing else.
' Lottie' beau waa a roan in the
true anna of the word, Qe waa
Dot afraid of hard work. He didn't
care to dawdle away hia time tryiug
to become a second class lawyer, a
fourth rate preacher or a drudge of
school teacher- lie bad brains
enough for any occupation, a stroog
will and a determination to become
independent. So he said to Lottie,
one day, about two year ago s
"I am going away - from here to
make my fortune. Tt is op
hill work and slow pulling to try
and save anything from what I can
earn in this section, and much as I
love you, I will never marry until I
can place yon and myself la com
fort and independence.'
Lottie wept bitterly, for she really
thought she loved ber beau wboBe
name, for obvious reasons, I will not
give at all.
"Oh, don't go,' she sobbed
"What can I do without you '
"He true to me, dear, and soon,
perhaps in a year or so, I will be
able to come back and make you my
wife, I am going oat in newly dis
covered gold regions of .Colorado,
and perhaps I may be fortunate and
strike a rich spot '
"I hope so. 1 11 never apeak to
another fellow while you'er gone l"
And so Lottie's beau went away,
and Lottie mourned for him a whole
week. 8be even mitred going to
churoh the neit Sunday after be left
la fact the new bonnet which Miss
L was making for ber bad not
been sent borne. Hut after that not
a festival, social, donation or any
other publio gathering waa ' missed,
if Lottie bad the offer of an esoort.
And the new bonnet was seen on
very occasion, A month later a let
tor came for Lottie from ber beaa
telling her be waa bard at work in
the gold regions, getting fair wages
and hoped soon to prospect for bun
el!. But it would be an nnoertain
business some got riob, bnt not
one in a hundred, He would simply
no bis beat.
And then for a long while Lottie
got no letter, When she did, be
bad just recovered from a.long fit of
aickness and bad speut every dollar
of hia earnings. He was ' poor but
toot despondent i he wa going to
t, oik again
. Ine fe:t disappointed, ao ranch
) ( ' j t-f rel bis Litter wilt
only a few oold, commonplace worda,
and got no answer to bis letter.
lo tell the truth, she didu't care if
be never beard from him again.
Eighteen months had gone by,
Luttie, in the meantime, bad several
beaua, bnt none of them stuck long.
They learned very easy t tat though
pretty, her beauty had no dentil, and
lliat vanity and self-esteem made up
toe principal pari of ber nature.
About this time thero was a new
anival io town. An old man, full
nixty year by bis white bair and
"biHkers, but he wore diamond, a
heavy watch was a wonder to all
who saw it. . And soon report told
that be waa a millionaire, rome to
rest a few montha in our quiet
town. The genial botol koepor gave
atoalableso that bis guest oouKl
get acquainted with the notables
of the village. To this sociable Lot-
lie had au tuvitation, and the way
she went for that elderly millionaire
was a wouilur even in our wonderful
town. And be seemed to "take to
her" intensely. He Danced
her soven or eight times that even
ing, and engaged her for a buggy
ride the next day. From a confi
dential a.mroa, but a truthful on a, I
learned what occurred on that ride.
It was a alow pace they were going.
between here and llobert, when the
supposed Mf Warlinstoo, aa ho call
ed himself, asked the question .
"Mim Jiottio. which would you-
rather bo, an old man's darling,' was
her prompt rody, "I had s young
nan fooling around me for years.
a ho would have boon glad trt make
me bis slave, but I waa wiso and
could not see it.'
"IVhere is this young man now T"
"Out west, I think, lie was there
digging with a pick and shovel, when
I lust beard from bun. If be has
sense euoiigb to dig bis own grave
and thon till it, it will bo tho bust
place for him.
' I ben you do not love him r salt
ed "Mr W.
"No, nor did I ever love him
He was bandy when I wanted to go
to a party or wanted a sloigli ri le..
"And you could luve me, old aa i
'Yes. Iam sure that I cull I Tn
truth, I believe I do already 1' igb
d Lottie, her eyes resting on the
!ig diamond that eliotie in bis shirt
front and on the middle linger of his
uugloved left hand.
V V ill you lovo mo lens wlion I tell
you that lately s ild one-half of n
-old mine, discovered by myself, fur
live hundred thousand dollars, and
!iiij the other half as a pruseut for
uy intended bride 1"
"Least No no but Ho not bo
liove mo moreceuary. I love yon
"No doubt !' said Mr. W. Then
lie added, drily. "You aro sure yon
have no lingering afl'uction left foi
that other fellow f
None whatever. despise my
self for ver having Jut him touch mv
Mr. W. was vrv taciturn after
ill made t.lii-t declaration, aud a ion
turned tho buggy homeward. When
he reached the bouse where Lottie
lived, be asked lior to wait a moment,
after he handed her out of tho buggy,
and said s
"I have tol 1 you the truth about
my fortune, Miss Lottie, and the
way in whioh I made it I have de
ceived you ia only one point, It is
He raised a wig from bis boad.
whioh also detached the whiskers,
that had nearly covered his face, and
Lottie, to her honor, saw ber abus
ed and discarded Beau I
White she reeled back speechless
and half fainting against the gate
post be sprang into bis buggy and
drove oil. The next day she sent a
letter of contrite sorrow ond apolgy
to the hotel, hoping to recall the love
she had lost i but it was too late.
Iler beau had gone west again, aud
in a few days received a paper con
taining an account of his marriage
to a young lady in the far west.
This is all. Young ladies, uraw
your moral from this story, if you
The Meredian (Miss.) 3lereur;,
whose editor shouts for Hancock,
desires to distinguish himself as a
prophet- He says
We would like to engrave a pro
phecy on stone to be read of genera-
tions in the future, The negro io
these states will be slave again or
cease to be. His sole refuge from
extinction will be in slavery to the
white man. '
Elect Hanoook and put the Con
federate brigadiers in power, and
nothing is more likely to occur under
A roan with a big nose isn't always
handsome, but be a nobby,
Courtship is a novel j marriage is
The New York Tribune says that
Iiaooock will get a big soldier vote
from the south.
The democrats seem to be for soft
monev io Maine and Indiana, for
bard money iu Now York and "for
all the roooey there ia io the trea
sure ia the soutn.
A down town lady aays that ao
old ahoa may' ba the proper thing
at a wedding, but about the time
the tin wedding ooras around an!
j ola snoper is moro useiui.
I ...,. .
MIDDLEBU11G, SNYDER COUNTY,
A One-Pound California Infant.
roraweek past, says the San
trancisoo Chronkh, the romor baa
boon current io Oakland and on the
ferry-boats that the Athens of the
I aciflj had produced a phenomenon
sjcond only in importance to the
giant-powder explosion, in the shape
oi a "onfl-poondor. A reporter
was yesterday dispatched to iuves
uato, and was admitted to a view
of the smal'est sanipbj of the ffnin
homo bo ever beheld. It was lost
at the time in a set of ordinary baby
clothes, the mother, a delicate-looking
young woman of eighteen, fio
ally finding it. It waa twelve d ivs
of ago. and named Albert. Though
perfectly formed, aa babies go, it
was all head, like a prairia dog, and
the hoa 1 was the tiniest an 1 pret
tiest little head that ever mother
smiled over. Tho eyes wero large
enong'i to bn decidedly bluo, the
nose wis as different from the usual1
pbboian wart which babies affect as
coul 1 bo imagined, being well do-j
unci, an. i mo little month resem
blod closely a properly planted bul-let-hole
from a 22-rovolvor A fine
head of hair crowuod the little'
grape .shot cranium, and a plenti-!
tu do of wrinkles all over the fore
head gave an appearanco of gravity
and knowledge of the world to the!
new citizen far beyond its days.
The proud little mother raised aev
eral acres of drapery and exhibited
two tiny feet. Thoy wero so snull
that both occupied an ordinary baby
shoe, and each demanded a doll's
pedl girmeot fr a neat fit. Toe
hands, though completely furnished
with fiuger uuils, looked precisely
like those of a baby monkey in size
When born, on tho 2(Uh of .Way, it
weighed about twelvo ouncea avoir
dupois. Threo da j s afterward, nfter
it had much iucreaso 1 iu iz it
weighed ono pound. Tho father
au l mother aie Mr. ad Mrs. Will
iam Saogey. Mr. Sangey is a pain.
tr by trade and a young man, and
thinks just as highly, if not moro so.
of his sou as if ho weighed fifteen
pounds, Albert at present ia lively
when awako, and very hungry and
very elorpy iu general, these being
the protuiutiet qualities of his teiu
pcruiuuut us yet.
How Position Affects Sleep.
According to an Knglish physician.
Dr. OiiiDville, the position affects
sleep A constrained posture gen
erally prevotita repo-e', while a com-fortahli-
one woos slurp- Ho says ;
Lying flat on tho back, with the
limbs relaxed, would seem to Nccure
tho greatest am Hint of rust fir the
muscular system. Tlii ; is the posi
tion asMiiuod in the most exhaust
ing diseases, uud it is generally hail
od as a token of revival when a pa
tient voluntarily turns on the side ;
but thero are several disadvantages
in tho supine posture which impair
or ombaras sleep. Thus, iu weak
lv states of tho lion t and blood-ves
sels, and certain morbid conditions
of the brain, the blood seems to
gravitate to tho back of the head,
aud to produce troublesome dreams.
In persous who habitually, ia their
gait or work, stoop there ia prob
ably some distress consequent on
straightening tho spine. Those
who have contracted chests, espec
ially persona who have bad plemisy
and retain adhesions of the lungs,
di not sleep well on the back
Nearly all who are inclined to snore
do so when io that position, bocanse
the soft palote and uvula bang on
the tonguo, and that organ falls
back so as to partially close the top
of the windpipe. It is butter, there
ire, to lie on tho side, and in the
absence oftip'joial disease, rendering
it desirable to lie ou the weak sida,
so as to leave tho healthy lung free
to expand, it is well to choose tha
right side, because when the body
is thus placed, the food gravitates
more easily out of the stomach into
the intestiues, and the weight of tho
liver does not compress the upper
portiou of the intestines. A glance
at any plate of the.visceral anatomy
will show how this must be. Many
persons are deaf in one ear, and
prefer to lie on a particular side ;
but if poB'ible, the right sida should
be chosen. Again, sleeping with
the arm thrown over the head is to be
deprecated i but this position is of
ten assumed during sleep, because
circulation is theo free iu the ex
tremities and the bead and neok,
and the muscles of the chest are
drawn up and fixed by the shoulders,
aud thus the expansion of the thorax
is easy. The chief objections to this
position are that it oreitos a ten
dency to cramp and cold in the
arms, and sometimes to cause bead
aches during sleep aud dreams.
I'tiese small matter often maka or
mar comfort iu sleeping.
The young man who waa referred
to pa when be popped the question
stated that be visited the convention
as aa instructed dohgate.
A. Caradeu man lugged a butoher'i
knile around for two hours, offering
to kill any oua who said be wasn t
Moses, of biblical fame- nvery ono
said he looked just like Moses.
The boy . who dosou t leap over
seven bitching posts, kick a dog,
anatoh a bandfull of navy beans in
front of every grocery More, Itnook
over a box or two, woik the baudle
of every pump ou the sidewalk on
hi way home from school, is either
I - J.. -..1 ...ll
-.Mut uumu i imi wviu ,
What a Woman Finds Out
Out of a fivo-minuto call a woman
will gather inspiration for a good
hour's speech .when she gets homo.
She will tell her husband who ia ao
interested, you know that Mr.
St nek up has "now furniture tho sec
ond time within throo years if 'm
not mistaken and lace curtains with
lambrequins and her black silk dress
mado over, nnd her hair done an in
a now way higher than alio used to
wear it not becoming a bit and her
little girl's got her hair banged and
all drowsed in whito and is going to
'Irs. Oid ligurl's school in the fill
and her cook's gone off mad and she
xa.vs she almott tiro 1 to dath and i
going to Sampacott next week an I
Miss "brt ia going to have 1 onii
poodington after nil an I Miss
"'inith's going lo give her a pair of
boquet-holdera aha snvs they're
good enough for her sho got them
ehoap up to ll.igshop's nnd Miss
Ferguson'a got a boy lots of hair on
its head and looks ihroo months old
everybody says and Stove Meaker s I
awful diHsip ited they say and that
Lovewell girl s f ither s ordered him over night, or your neighbor may
out of tho house and situ a been t.ik- Igt-t them to the fair ahead of you. "
ing on Bdful nn-t declares sliowilll A great d. al of useful agricultural
have him and tho Stiggetisea hive information may bo gotten out of
moved out of town and the Hrowns (ho Agricultural Uoports our Con
havo lost everything and Miss (gresHtneii sen 1 out. from Washing-
milh s bought a whole pieco of cot-1
ton cloth and Hy this time the
husband i asleep or has lied. A
man could ncvr tn.iko so much out
of o week's viit. All ho would re
member would bn that Urown's got
a mighty pretty wife, or keeps good
cigars, or sonio other equally conse
18 8 1.
is a very peculiar number.
Tho slim of its digits is '.K'.l. It is
diviinihluhy '.) without a remainder,
The remaining quotient consist ! of j some cases amounting, it is said, to
two prime factors, 11 and I'd. It 1 ten thousand in ono troop. They
reads same both ways. If IS be set j appear lo bo under tho command of
under Hi and the two added the sum a li-ader, the strongest nud boldest
ia l(!'2, tho sum of the digits of hich o( tho her 1, whom they implicitly
is '.). Tho sum is also divisable by 'obey. When threatened with lan
'd. giving a quotient of IS, which ialger, at sonio i-igual, lindi-rstood by
again divisablo by 1). If tho HI be I ihetn all, they either close into a
reversed and added lo IS tho sum is
!t, which is also divi-uMo by 'J, and
the sum of its digits aUo '.).
Hut what of it 1
A id tho following considerations
before you press an answer. Those
who have cultivated the occult sci
ences havo always hid 1 the numb ir
'd to bo possessed of great signill
catice. Those who m i l.) a study of
the nomoiicd symbolism of the
scriptures have regarded the number
'das eqii'ilh significant. It ia 'a
number of futility or judgment, of
eroutuiely ciitiilt;toiii!ss," says l)r.
M.ilmn. Au l ho a Mi," "il is a f ic
tile of all great data r judgment,
viz : of tin llood. tho di'-itriU'Moii of
Sndom, tho overthrow of l'huraoh.
tho captivity, au 1 tho lin-il dostruc
tion of Jerusalem.'' As wo have
pccn, it enters in u variety of ways
tho number IHSl. What of it
now ? Una ISSl a judgment in
store for tho htim.iu race ? and what
is it !
Mohai. Am fiiMKrni. Due enemy
may do us more injury than twenty
friends can repair. It is politte
therefore to overlook a scoro of of
fences before you make a single fie.
Hy imparting our griefs we halve
them ; by communicating our joys
we doohlo them. When a married
couple are ono, their success is pret
ty sure to be mm too i whau they
are two the chances are two to one
that their affairs will be at nixos and
sevens. The money scraping meiser
who is always thinking of number
one, and looking out for safe iniost
meuts, forgets that the only money
we can never lose is that which we
give away ; and that the worst of all
wants is the want of what wo have,
In the cyphering of the heart, divi
sion is multiplication, au 1 subtrac
tiou is addition.
A BcAOTirut, Tiiouotrr. God
knows what keys in the humau soul
to touch, in order to draw out its
sweetest and most porfoct harmon
ies. They may bo minor strains of
sadness and sorrows, thoy may be
loftier notes of joy aud gladness.
Qod knows whore tho melodies oT
our nature are, aud what dicipline
will bring forth. Some with plum
live tongue must walk in lowly valea
of weary way others in loftier
hymns sing nothing but joy i but
they all unite without discord or
jar as the ascending anthem of lov-
og and believing hearts Unas its
way into the chorus of the redeemed
Wobds or Wisdom. -Very fow dis
eases are so mortal as tue lour oi
All human virtues strengthen and
increase by the experience cf them.
The wan who studdies to be re-
vonged only manages to keep bis
own wounds green.
Relations always take the greatest
liberties, and frequently give the
If man desires many things he is
exalted by hope, but if be faars many
thiol's be becomes a slave.
A man can proless more religion
in fifty minutes than be can prso
tice by working bard lor bity years.
st.- . 1.:..
An Ohio tram d loft a look ofbisl
hair with a lady.' It waa pulled out
by the servant Kirl a. the follow was
.i;eikinr.en( f . uinn
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PA., AUGUST 26,
riant lightning-rods and fan
agents deep, with a good top dress
ing of sod.
Have faith in an over-ruling
providence, bnt plow deep and pill
a little manure in tho hill
Oather molona in the dark of tho
moon i particularly if thoy nro jour
riant your neighbor s cats early.
Ono under each fruit treo will help
your crop and d-t your neighbor n
good turn besidos,
Tho late variety of young mnn
(those who keep your d (tighter up
Until .'1 .M ) sh ml I bn raided rapid
ly out. of the front door.
llais'i boys early in tho morn
ing, f they don't ''raisn'' easily, a
litflit dressing of peach treo fertili.er
will help them won lot-filly.
Teach your boy t love the firm.
To do this, don't send him out to
drop potatoes, but give him a horse
an I carriage aud a new whip.
1 H'linum numnktn should be
weane 1 early an. I brought upon the
bottle. Take them in tho bouse t
ton. That is how au agricultural
editor comes to know so mnoli about
Wild Horses ol America.
At tho time of tho discovery of
America thero were no horses in nny
part "f that continent, tilthiin'h the
boundless prairea were iidtuiiably
titled for the support of countless
llfirilu. Si li ill . IlilWliVIT. lllOHII ini-
ported by the settlers strayed away, j
and as a consequence are now to be
met with in enormous numbers, iu
den-ie m iss nnd trample their ouemv
to death, or, placing the mares nud
fouls iu the centre, they form them,
selves into a circle and welcome him
with their heels. Tho leader lirst
faces tho danger, nnd when pru
dence requires u retreat, nil follow
Iim fipi I llight. In tho thinly in
habited parts of South sluicrica,
according to Yo-utt. it is dangerous
to full in with nny of theso tumps
l lie wil I horses approach as near
as they dare s they rill to the loaded
horse wilii tho greatest eagerness,
an I if the rider is nut on the alert,
and has not consi lurahle strength of
iirin nnd sharpness of spur, his niii-
m;il will divest liunseii ot ins iiunlen.
take to his heels, and be gone for
ever, livrmi well describes tho wild
horse in his "J.i.cppu "
A I'vrw. IInu rresoliiiioti is a
fatal lntl.it i it is not vicious in itncl,
hut it lends to vico Cleeiiug upon
its victims with a f.ital facility, the
pelmlly of which many a line heart
has paid at thh sen Hold. Tho idler,
tho spendthrift, tho epicurean nnd
tho drunkard nro among the victims.
I'd hups in tho latter its efforts ap
pear iu the most hideoua form. II u
knows that the goblet ho is about to
driiin is noiHoii. vut Ini Hw.illows it. I
i - .
He know for tlm example of thou-
sinds has painted it in glaring colors
that it will ilea Ion all his faculties,
t ike the strength from his limbs and
the happiness from his heart, oppress
him with disease uud hurry his pro
gress to a dishouoind grave, yet lie
drains it. How beautiful, on the
contrary, is the power of resolution,
euabliug the one who possesses it to
pass through perils nud dangers,
ttials and temptations I Avoid tho
coutractiou of the habit of il resolu
tion Strive against it to the cud.
How Many Wkhb Tiikhb llon-
ry, upon being asked how many boys
were iu his Sabath school class last
Sunday, replied : lf you multiply
the number of Jacob's sons by the
number of times which the Israe
lites compassed Jericho, nnd add to
the product tho number of mea
sures of barley which U.nz give
Until, divide tuis by number of
Human's sons (subtract the nnmbar
of each kind of clean beasts that
went into the aid multiply by the
number of men who went to
seek Klijah after he was taken to
heaven subtract from tuis josepu s
age, the time w ueo lie stood ueiore
I'Uaroah i and the numbur of stones
in Uavid a bag wheu he killed Uo
liath i subtract the number of fur
longs that lirithnny was distant from
Jerusalem i uivul j by the number oi
anchors oast out at the time of ra;il s
shipwreck subtract the number of
people saved iu tue ark, au4 the
emaindor will be tue number or tue
boys in thecluus.' How many were
Orace held the rope while William
attempted to climb to ber window.-
But when she beard her pareut s
footsteps on the stairs and let go of
the rope, tbeu it was that ber lover
fell from (Jraoo.
Au exchange says that a ton of
gold is only worth about half a mill
lou oi uoii.ira. if e K'u vuk ior
. ..,. ... ... .....
ion of dollars. Wa giva this for
J Tu c."
d bJa biddeu awTv the
souieuoay uss uajeu away me
I scales that we can t weigh it. s
A Parable, ,
la s Utile tog church ia tin Stat of Vir
ginia Same ncprnpa hud gllicr l lo warahlp
I bo Lord I
A od slier the dcervlee they hi t a cIum
That !) forth Mtor might utter
rhelr leirni I erhnrl I and opnk of tb
Which Clirimi-inn ehoutd we agiintl
And flniahed by a-king (he following qui-,
li n :
'Which wit U your mutket a-ji'iiuin
One sfter an ther they gave their eperl
flume hniher were happy, some
Wiiriii r Pol 1 ;
Due m hi w,iy clenr lo the poruls of
Anothi-r lii I mraye I like a Inmli from
the I. .11.
lli-t llmMier II irkii i reneg i la m"in-
An I 8 iinn'e oioipvilon fVr many a ''T
Alone, ol'ir,'. Iim ilirmi'; tUuugti tmlil;
Ho Tot le i liU nruM sn I prooce le I to
"Pear linid ler nud pistorn, 1 once wi a
I onoe wti huppv fi4 nny on here
I lit fur ile chuicli 1 1 ko a I i ile-scarrc j
Ami pino, I hy her haniieM when traitor
"Hold mi, iliir," the lc.cr eiciteilly
"I'li'SPe auiwer de n'leslion 1 stel yon.
I pay :
I've given you credit for all yna fit
winch il i your mukel n-tiintln'
Tho Democrat talk of the glory of linn
cock. And hot of the record of Knglieli
Tl,,n 'i,6 !,"m ''" bonnT I " ' p
Till money wim afore I j he look it
I would I'ken thei
oi l llirki-
hjt to tho hot of
An l then, with the da leader, honest
ly -ay ;
"Hull on. ilar, my hrud ler, ilut ien't do
Winch way it their inukel a-pintin
Shall men who are Iraiuing with Ilrigiir
i e ii cruls
Who loutflit to il -pirov our national II t.
An.l riie I 'mil their eeais ia tho 'oriy
Hi XI ll t'otltres
To ruhiKir.0 Inutiirs like Pari or Hrasu?
Shall uieu who him down Iu t'unlederate
And w ii -hip ibe musters they liu nhly
Shall they rule the nition hy Washington
fi im I ?
'Which way is their luuskol a pintiti'
The iiieMt,in, niy frietnl.i, U of vitul iiu
n tiuh. e ,
The union in wailing in nnxioun tn
pence Kieh oter ean wiel l poliiio-il mit-kel'
Tbeu wiehl il, 1 ,irk, iu your oouuiry'e
The i-ue liel'ore im ! eteur an-l n ncl -hi
Mi nil the notion lie rule I liy the blue or
I eiolilly a-k fell i . it her nu I ver,
VViiu-li Muy i llmtr iuuki-( a iiiuiiii t.i
..iy Put Lite into your Work.
A J'oun in in a ititori'Ht mid duty
mill dii-taUi that hu rln'iil.l ujuLt
hiitiM'll' luiii-pi'ii-ahlo t i Ii ih t'iuliiy-ei-..
Ha hlioulil Im nn iiiiliihii..iii
,.e..,.,,.t t, 1 1 . 1 iiiir.ilni il.i ii... .....i.l ..i
of Ii I-, temporary iih.-i'tice eho-iM
, . ........... . , ,
n itn-o-l by hia ln-iti tni-s,-i. .
ymwg m ill alfnuld ttitiko h a i iupl-'V-r
hia lin n I, by duiiu fiitlifull v utul
tniuiiiely ull i hit ia n.trustul to him.
It ia a frrt-at uii-t iko to be over mou
ami fu-li li'iin about work. I'nch in
rt-iidily and your willitifiii-ni will b1'
nppri cialfil, while the "liil.ntonnil '
youiijr (Hull who uuihhlcg about wlmt
it ia uu'l what it is ui't his . loco tol
ll' I, nl (ll't lllS Colli HlllMlliliir.
1' In-re i s Hury that (ieore Wash
inton once lit-1 1 ied to roll u lu that
one uf hia corpnraU would uol liuu.
dlo, and the ruutust empi-ror ol Kit-,
wia worlunl ai a nl)i)ivii;Mit in I'.u
latid to li'ui o the buHiuoas. Thal'M
juat what you want tu do.
Ua coortjoti!, look and net with si
ucrity, tuke nil int' To-t ia your cm-ployt-r'
sticceNM, work ih ihiuh ih
Uuniit'H8 was your owo uni u t your
employ or know tlut ha may pluce
uhsoliit") reliuaoo io your work sad
ou your tic id, lid mindful ; havo your
itiiu'l on )uiir buaitieai, beciu-i il is
I but whioh is L'oiuiC lo help you, not
iho-e ouuide attractions whioh notno
of the "boys ' aro tl inking shuut.
Take s pleasure in work j do not i;o
about iu a hatlo-s, (urmul munuor,
but with alacrity and chuertulueas,
aul ri-nieiubor that while workiu
thus lor other your are layitiii the
touudsiioo of your owa success iu
Said Anet-'liua, sudduuly breaking
the oppros-ive silencs t 'Don t you
feel afraid of the army worms, Theo.
dore, that thoy are cotuing ho rapidly
this way t" The question was such a
strange one that Theodore's surprise
ouUHt-d bim to look right at Angelina
for the hist time in his life, "Why
did she ask that P be wanted to
kuow ''Oh, nothing," she replied.
as she toyed with bir fan i "ouly tbu
papers say they eat every groeu
tuiog wberever tbey go."
An exchango tells of a girl that
bated ber lover to such an extent
that whuu ho called to see ber ou
Sunday evening she threw ber arms
around bis ueuk aud squeesud bim
almost to death. The;
lttru,oJ L- UiJo,t caU
youth was so
t tue. next evening.
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Bulisrriplionsniiti'ide of the county
P.aYAUI.K IN ADVANCR.
yrPerioiis lifting and ning paiiers
addreied A nthn bccomnsitbserilMirs
and re liablo for the price of the paper
5'1 Years Boforo the Public.
Pronounced hy all to he the mnM Hem
out and efliencii'iii n-nie ly now la nut,
for the cure of rough, coM, croup,
lioriptie, tickling re:iati itii of th
ihroal, whooping coiiqk, etc. (iter a toilU
ion hollti-4 p.itd wlihiii I he nt few years.
It give relief wherever ue., an I ha III
power In imparl hrnelil lUnl cannot he
had from the couch miitnrc now In une.
Sold hy a'd Iirojji -i at Jj eanli per
8KI.I,KH-C LI VKSl I'll.!. are al-
highly ri-roiuiiieiili-'l Tor curing liver
coin (-1 ni lit, enn-tipm ion, e!'k-liealaohe,
fever nn I i 1 1 . au l all diiea.t- of ll.o
toina"li and livr Soil hy all Drug
giMg nl ci-Hi per hox.
R. K. ttelli-rs Co.. l'iithnrh. T.
The "WHITE"' stands
of all Seving Ma
chinos. iliiiiiortaal am Canliaaary Notice 13
all iiilciitiiiis: jmliascrs of
(Hltce WH1TI-; si:VIN. M II1VR Co.
I'l.i'.i'H.nn, o, My j;, i-iHo,
V prtleul.irly eill jro,ir iitieiitl in to tli
l.irl ll.nl wa tiiioli no.u'.er In v'ulo, illntluot
lUn.e. on the li.n'k aliutil rio 1 1 ! j ol eieli
mrhlne' n t k. ep rueor.l ol mieh uuinhnr..
M'lien lil, a Wariiw r koii l-'i'R Ykass la
Klvenlotln )iirJlior. Thtu wurriint trl
tlis iimna f tlie aitenl who pureliA.oa Ilia nn
elilne Iroin u., hI.o tiio lata ol mi..Mi;i. nnl
niiui'ier c.irre, io lliu to Cio pll ' nu.oOer
The rrnnt l "luon I liy u . mi l Im. luo urei
i I ai. i:ai. of our eo iipmiy ini-I u)on It.
All oilier w.trr.iot Iniiur n i it. Hre Kp iriom,
Mini i-artlaii tt ii. II 04 tlie in m: m-m iiki; , hi-tIi.
a " i on m v ii i ii, nn t no warranty to em re
'l'"n. wlili l . ati.ivo .to- rl ii in, tony kiio
kt nnt' Cml nooiiur or 1 tier llie owner will lit
Inv.-lve.l in (ro'tlils, wlili do una to l.ill lack
Tlie -l is t IViiiU" t n..i th mot
i.iiul.ir in iefalue Un i it mruot, lit - heip
no 1 1'is iie-l t i4 : or a.-ll. a l.,ror nuiu'
tier .it Hie 'Whit i'1 h iv inien i.i.i'io an.! aol.
.Inee they r .,ie. .1 unntli in irket, than
anv oth-'r miko Iu th waiuo length uf tliu
:""- slln Hiehlne. era ln u-.. Th.lr
. ... , ..,.,.,1 ,... . he,..,. .mllen.M. .1.1.
ra'.nily, ami prle, eom'ilu 1 1 uiwt thai III
n aehiiii- tlitlrry (tuilly .Icilrji to un, au l
Ihoroiwtily inth.iluil whonuDO they i.i.r.f
Tilt: Ul.it LAIt AI'TIIOHllKtl IIRMtlt POB
Sny-ler inl .ilo Iim couuita., Ii it. O, SKK
lll ll.ll Mil. Ile.nr l.,itn.lwa alvlaa lnten-1.
Ink pureha. era 1 1 paroolo non-i other, aoJ
thriiy net ih venuln "U'hlU"
wiiire sEwiMt MarinvKco.
is the Acknowledged
Superior of all Grain
Phis Machine has boon fully endora
cd by tin most Expert AulhorU
ity, after Moat Thorough
tent", as toitaCapititity
and Kxocntiou, as tho most
Wonduiful Murhiuo over itvootcd.
Kmailir, nJr no elrenmlUneea ih tilj
yna liuy a Kapr or Mowar umll ton hav x.
amltia.l TUB (UUUI'lOs. Whan.rar ou
hear o( on ofllm Uarhlni In four rielnlljr,
do not (all (a ximla Il lt-nu..i.ly. :u
I.l ;btnw of Di alt, Iu Marvaloai Mo.ont,
Hi Slinpllelt. and In Aul -mat o Ailjnitmant
lovry eonililloo of tn neta, ean uol tail to
aomtoaiiil It J" all oium. Kariu. r will I
more ibaii r fall. Be l, when they lnrtl
alalia manifold claim, ol lop it. .illy and.
la.t tti nutuaroui advaotauaa. t (.at tha itH a l
I-Ii IN Hoar lately lb MAUlll. fc to b pi,
(arrad. . .
111. .ttmatat by th mo.i uiaptnl I no 11
that orar on, h'll of IN Hay a at ilraio lte.,p
Iu Hi l'ni.i( Male, la harve.led alikl.'IIAU
liy MUWtKS k KKAPr.Ha. TliaM al.
braud MaohlDM araaolj li
HI. II. (I AHUM M, FeUiLimrw.
litlHKK r HMI I II, IIJ.lll.oia.
J. L tll.NaAUAN, Tro.atvll.,
and aluo by th Travallns Agtot,
JAMt: LEHLEY, aUbur(,
pr. m, inav.
E. B. TREAT.
Sap fo'its Mlrife"!
aa a a i w
TM llmadway, K.
V. fuuli.ier l
Bvoaa. aaaia t
lUirt tDU l cff
lti Vaat laia.