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limn one year are payiibls at the
'her are ordered, And it not paid
Mon ordering theru will os held;
(iuil)le lor Hie mnuov.
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dot what trill befall ml I
JJ king ltl o'tr my tyeo;
l.ui at taoh atep of my oaward path
mekta otw loenn art.
Luff Joy kt teadt ail comer
i ttt and flail lurprlali
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he pH ! tilll la 0 !' keeping,
e future bU mirey hall tie,
hl took! dtrk In tbe dielauiit
1 brlgbtts at I draw star.
m0r tl.an .". 1. fye-r,
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belter mae y mini
Lord may sweeten ibt walert
loop le drink
Jfarah muit bt Mareh,
will itta-l bailJe Hi brink.
Jr.- btbt kiept, wettleg
i tht earning of my frit, V
gift tf iuh rart bleiudotia,
htjiy to Hrengely ewiel,
my II ui ia only iriisbll
lik tbt tbauki 1 oannot iprak.
Ifut, bllaiful Ignoraosi I
blMid not to know
(Hi mi la Ihoit mighty armi
ioh will not lot m go,
awnily buabu my soul lo rit
tbt boiocn wbloli 1? mi io !
go in, not knowing ;
'woiilJ not if 1 might ;
il lraihir walk la Ibt Jark wllh dot,
in go alont In Ibt light, -
ulj ratbir wiU with Kim by faith
aa walk aloai by tight.
art ibrinki b ek fro -a IrUU,
kit tbi fat an may diicloir.
atrir h l a torro
it what tbi dar LorJ oh oil ;
Mn I tht coming lean biok, .
ua tbi whiapirt l word, "III know.1
liar li Something beyond Something
whin li It hi ling that vague, fair
i a'tori ui , alwiya hiyond n
biaoon ai bright aatbi'iua't gHJ
U .' bow oft wt try lo grp It,
II onr tgur h4U U ra oalalraiciied lu
it our yiarulng
L V-Uiug eur wral
eyia gato al
kly purpoii ti) gilii.
k '.k., 1 a.mi to our ripanltlijii
(-f 0 -vji Ofjatiam, iivoiioi rrom
"Jw Kilter out er:, w , .. ,
i. J-'IlUm oi'Jaiui all
But bar-1,t, ,h, NBf l mMtW X;
'or It eom at lt after wear, 9tn.
l"tf-rr Souiotbiut: ii U oui
Wi au I pner 'ml lt our tn. .etr.
Wfl-eo's,, BuJ our Mol eliallrrid.
Or our ohertM.4 M a 0, f .
,u" '"rv Pt
For 8oiatblDg up worlby ofo,r 0at.
"Jim I Ibi bnu wbia tbi oiftet ( rira
fhiii h tht, jynV wbia itn bUnliaj tun
Ttkaowiibal what wt bare land li
Oh, I li thi oratlnt pin of all J
ft e 1
act 'Via. I
Conquest of Cyprus.
On the 19th of Febnury, 1509 an
exciting auene took pluoe a Abenari,
a sraall fortified towq on the west
ern coast of the island of Gyprui,
over wbioh at that time the gloomy
banner of the Rupablio of Venioa
Abeueri lay in a imall bay, whlo b,
owning to ila deep aoohorago.-read'a
red the little town a plaoe of deoid.
t oonseaenoe, the Venetian
, 8eoat hnd cutset to ba oonstrnct
ed there". rathor atrong ciUdel,
Wltiji Wt t-r-irli with one hundred
I'ewy gWiaL-aud garrisoned with
one thoaaary veteran idldiors.
Tje oomuiander-in-mhief of this
t?ongho!d wis orapjra'lvely
yonogman. 7is name was Diego
Ruionon, a nativaor the Bjloario
IaUoJ. bat sluot his foartoonth
yaat in t'ie military sarrioe of the
P-epstlio of Veioe, ia wbioh he bad
u:ttc;itLhod himself aa signally
t-'-t now, ia J.U thir'yfjortli year,
t j c:i a r jbntl and obane of an
;';3a5h a jrery intrepid
: Cl tie Tiust of the
" ' rZT-;. A
op'ons the garrison of Abonari was
drawn ftp in in& Q front of the
citadel at an early honr In the morn
Whan Djn Dieg appeared in
front of bis soldiers the drummers
beat a !jng roll.
Tbe oommnndant did not nttor a
word t bnt the sombre fire burning
in his black eyes, bis firmly com
presaed lips, and the nerront
twitching of bis fingers, plaiuly in
dioated that somothiog extraordin
ary was about to happen.
In f.tot, a few miantts liter, nine
teen beanly-ironed TurkUb sol.liers
ore led out from tbe oitadol by a
squad of soldiers, beaded by a
broadshoa'dered, mtkad mm, be--
Dw tbe modium he'ght, who was
drnased in a clone-filling suit of
This maokod man, who was do
other than a Venetian executioner.
carried on bis alionldar a very short
but ory broad noked sword
Wbon the prinonera, all of whom
looked stolid and almost unconcern
ed, arrivod near Don Diego Itaziou
on, hti tbimdored at them.
"Down on your knees, Ottoman
Tbe prisoners obeyed mecbanU
rally. Don Diego procoedud as fol
'You tried to land here in one o f
the venscls of your misurable Hal tan.
r'or tiih ynnr hun 1, foot and heads
will be chopped of, and your caroass
es will bn thrown into the sea. To
your work executioner."
Tbe tnaskud bo.vhraan under
stood his horrible business.
While the soLliois wero looking
onmoTod npon tho dreadful scene
that was now onnoto 1 before their
eyes, tbe executioner mutilated and
dootpitated his nineteen victims
with startling rspidily.
Wlin tbe last Turk had been
Ijepitcbcd, the Boldiers rotitrnnd to
tboir qiartei's, wliilo Don Diogo
nlowly aud tliong'.itftilly rep.tiro 1 to
t!ia vill , cIoho to tho citadel where
ho lived with bis mitros3, lvi'onio
De La Vrtuo, a young Fronchwo-
loau of very rare beauty, whom hi
bad bunght for a luro su a from the
Greek pirate tint had Ft ilon tlio
irl two yens boforo from the liouso
of bor p.teuta io tb j uviron3 of
. Tho baploss pimta however, bad
not got hi money froua Doa Diego,
wbo caused him to be handed as
aoon as he doliverud tlio Krenoh girl
li him. . .
We said that Midlls, De I.a Vortue
was a great beauty ; but her charms
were naatemlly enhanced by her
"wity an J sprigh' linens. . gbe was
kind bi ud aod s nul.lt every
respect, an-Von Diego Uta.r4on
was pasHtoualely eovnored of her.
i On this ouoasion sho uwnilcd him
on the verandah to front of the villa.
He embraced her fervently, lint
disengaged borself somewhat im-
petuouely from bis arms.
"The Turk'tab prisooors 1" she ex
claimed, beuding a piercing glance
on him. '
"They are deadhe replied 'bare
lessly. "Moo Dieu," the oried abudder
ingly. , '
Don Diogo looked at her almost
"Engeme," he said gravely, .'srjp
posing tbe Turks bad caught yort or
me, what do you think they would
have done with ns They would
have pnt ns cruelly to doath.''
"Really, Diogo f"
'Aa snre aa there la a God in
8h was reassured, and clasned
blm in bar arms i for ahe loved bim
as intensely as be did her.
A month elapsed. Duriogamoon-.
light night, towards the oloso of
tlarch, a boat landed near Abenari.
from it jumped six well armed men
in the semi barbarous costume of
Turkish soldiers. .
Bnt their whispered conversation
was carried on ia Greek, and their
faoea Indionted that, thev belonrad
to the Hellenic raoo.
They noiselessly harried toward
the villa of Don Diego Ratdoon.
Tbe inmates of tbe villa consisted
of the Don, bis mistress, Eugene,
and three servants. The latter slept
ia the frcit r?:ra cf Ilia villa.
TLa -i Crrc.s wha rera
jri.k-'Vv' ' ' T f " r ' 1
MIDDLEBUHG, SNYDER COUNTY,
Don Diego was aroused from his
lie rushed out, sword in band,
from the room which he and his mis
Rut the intruders insidiously trip
ped him, and then beat him sense
less. A new figure appeared now t ' Eu
gene, the mistress.
No sooner bal the assailants
caught sight of ber In the nnoortaiu
light of tbe moon, than . thoy rudely
soizGd her, and carried bor off to
Upon reawaking to consciousness,
Don Diogo Razionon was nearly
gonded to tnadnoMs by tbe disappear
ance of bis charming inamorata.
He gave tbe alarm, and bis sol
diors soon rod the neighborhood for
sovorsl days in order to discover
some traces of the missing woman,
but not tbe slightest clow as to ber
whereabouts was fouud.
Don Diego full, io oonscqnonce of
this bereavomont, into a stato of
profound molunoboly. lie soot a
messenger to Venice, who returnod
tbe following month to Abenari with
the following startling intelligence.
''La Signora Eugenia," he said.
"has been abduotod to Constantino
ple, where she is now au inmate of
tbe Sultan's Ilarom."
Don Diogo stampod bis foot in
"But,' proceeded tho raoRaongcr,
"your excellency is in grave dangor.
Tbe Senate of Venice has sont orders
to tbo Governor of this islaud to
have yon conveyed to Venice for
xlueping outside of the eilaJul."
Don Diego rotired to his room,
which ho paced a long time in silent
At lougth bis cloudod face bright
' will do it I" be cried. "What
lhauks do I owe to the nngratoful
Republic of Venice, wbioh is uow ev
ideotly decaying t I will do it I I
will do it 1"
That very night be, his above-
mentioned messengor, aud two Cy
priote sailors, loft Cyprus secretly
in a t-kiiT.
Although the night was stormy,
they reunited next tnoruiog the coast
of Asia Minor, where Don Dirgo had
a long confidential iuturvievv with
tho Turkish Governor, wbo sent bin
companion under a strong escort lo
At the Turkish Capital Don Dio;:o
Razionou doimtuJod lo see tbe Oraud
Visior. ChiiiO:r I'liohu but instead
of attaining bis objeot, he was on
fitted for six month iu a dark, damp,
One day a eunuch from the Sul
tan's harem entered bis dungoon.and
held a long, confidential iuurview
In ooieqaence of this interview
Don Diego lta,.non was set st lib
ily,furnished with gorgeous clothes,
fine horses, and a large iui in gold.
Ou the day after bis re'.case be
visited tbe seraglio, where bis arrival
was already expected.
Some eunuchs respeotfully con
ducted bim to tbe golden room,
where the Grand Seignior was re
posing on a sumptuous divan.
nti a si a.
i ue ouiian, wuo was an intent-'
gent, ambitious man, questioned
Don Diego, who spoke tbe Tnrkieb
language fluently, for soma time.
Suddenly he said to Don Diego ;
"Yon think we could conquer Cy
Nothing easier than that" 1
know all tbe weak points of tbe Ve
netians on tbe island. Give me ten
thousand good soldiers, and block
ade suob porta aa I shall designate,
and the island will fall inevitably in
to yoor hands,
"You shall have all that," replied
tbe Sultan "but you must first be
come a Mohammedan."'
"With the greatest of pleasure,"
rejoined Don Diego, smilingly, ' But
svii Anow my oondition, most gra
oi us ruler of tbe faithful I'
"Ion want that Freoob girl back t
She ia even now at your house."
Don Diego Itacionon became a
Turk under the name of Haaseu Erib
Pasha. ' .
fie invaded Cyprus, and wrested
it, ater a terrific struggle, from the
Venetians. . '
Tli L".:.n than made blm mili-
"TTr-v :rztr of rpheeni, where be
r -yr::: with Eagouie
. .'. r-'-'-hiJ a en-
arrival created a groat sensation.
In 1000 King 7enry the Fourth
received her at bis court '
Sbe took np her abode at Fonta ta
bleau, where ahe died in ber eighty
The Domeslio Opera. '
Since the night when Ike went to
tbe opera bo baa been, as Jrs. Part
ington says, crazy, and the kind old
datno has boen fearful lest be should
become "uou compous meutus, thro'
his attempt at imitating tbo operat
ics." The morning aftor the opera.
at the breakfast table, Ike handed
over bis cup, and in a soft tongue
"Will yon, will yon. Sirs. P.,
Help mo to a cup of tea f"
The old lady looked at bim with
surprise, his conduct was so unusual.
and for a momeot she bositatoJ. He
coutinnod iu a far more impassioned
"Do not, do not, keep me waiting,
Do not, pray, bo hnaitating,
I am anxious to bo driuking,
So pour out as quick as winking."
She gave blm the toa with a sigh,
sho i tin exoite-nant in his face.
He stirrod it io silence, and io bis ab
straction took threo spoonsful of su
gar. At last ho sang ngaiu :
Table cloths, and cups and saucers,
Good white bread and active ja-v.sirs,
Toa gunpowder and souchong
d neet enough, but not too strottg."
"What do you mean, my boy V
said Mrs. Partington, ton Jot ly.
"All right, steady, nover clearer,
N'over loved a breakfast dearer,
I'm not bound by witch or wizard,
So don't fret your precious gizzard."
"But, Isaac " persisted tho
datno. Iko struck his left hand on
the table, nnd swung his knifo aloft
in his right, looking at a plate npon
tho table, singing
"What form is that tome appearing t
is it tnackorel or i it herring r
Let ma dash npon it q licltly,
NVer auiu that (i-ili shall kick-
Ne'er again, though thrice aa largo
Chnrge n pou them, Ihiiuc, charge 1
Buforo bo bud a cluno to mako a
dash upon tho fidi. Mrs. Parting
ton In I dtixhod a tumbler of water
into his ficn to roatore hi:u to 'eon-
McieiitioiHiirH,'' It mitilo bim citcli
his breath for a moment, li'it ho di I
not sing any more at tlio t iMu,
the opera fovur still follows him cUs
A night or two pinco a citizen of
Chsilotte asenne, Dtrolt, wliolnt'l
a wood pile in tho ully, a included t"
sot up fur a few lioms and seo if lie
eoulu detect tle pergMO or perHons
who bud stolen n dozen sticks tho
nulil previoait. About eleven o'clork
a bow-backed colored turn canto np
the ally, and then took a lurce xlick
of wood on eaob should aol slni tod
'I've got yon, yon thief I" cried
the eit'zeo, as be dasbod out.
"So you hex o you boz," replied
the mas, as ho lot tbe sticks drop,
"bnt just wait a littls before you fire
Njff any pinteli ; Does yon know what
I was gwioe ter do wid (lis wood '
TesT do ! yon wero Mooliug ill''
"Just liki I fought jou'd say, sab
but dar'a whpf ye turts my fteliogt.
1 was talkiu' to the doctah 'bout di"
benJin' ober ia my back, an he told
me to walk up and down 'do alley
wia s load on bor shoulders, wn
borrowio 'die wood to carry oat dat
medical advioe, sahf as' if you oharne
aoytbieg 1 kin pay do ' cash right
The oitizrn said he thought be
coulJ ours the "bendiug ovor," bnt
he esn't bs positive whether he
made any Improvement or not, at
tho man bruka away niter tlis fourth
kick sod galloped away like ax barrel
of sand rolling down bill.
In the Cathedral at Lubeok hangs
an ancient tablet with the inscrip
Chrlit, our Lord, speaks thai to at
Vs cHl Uaitir and loqulri not of int.
Light and look Dot on mi.
tbt Way and follow ma not.
tht Lift and dealrt rot not.
win and obey me not.
beautiful and lovt ma aot.
rleb and atk naught of mi.
tit-sal and seek as aot.
merelful and trait i not,
soble aad sarvt stt aot.
Almighty and honor me stt.
If I soadtma yon blamt mt aot,
Vanity may be llkeaed to . the
smootb-aklnnsd pd vtlvet-footsd
noutt, t!bblic? at out forever In ex-
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PA, JANUARY 27, 1881. NO. 29
A Man of Abllty
John Forrester was very correctly
named for, until reoeolly, ' ha bad
spont bis life in tbe woods. Several
days ago ho throw asido bii maul,
came to tbe city, and uow handles
the somewhat lghtrrook-hamrner.
The story of John's downfall shall
bo briefly relate. S'uortly nfttr
arriving in the city, he was attract
ed by a sigu bearing the inscription:
'Meals at all hours.'1 Enterinif the
place, and meeting the proprietor,
he said t
'Von koop a tavorn bore, don't
"No I keep a restaurant,
"I don't kuow much about your
now namos t but you feed folks here,
Jon't you P '
"Oh, yes, sir."
"Well, I want to board hore throo
days, or I reckon until I get a job
of sorao kiud. I soo your sign says
"meals at all bouts." You don't
mean that, do you 1"
"Certainly I meau it I'll board you
threo days for $il."
"And give me my meals at nil
"Here, take tho $3 novor sat
myself up an a regular cater, but I'll
buck agin yon for the noxt threo
days. 1 think I can stand her about
that long. It's 11 o'clock. Uivo
mo something to cat'
A meal wai brought out nnd
quickly dispatched aud remarking
that he would be back on time,
Mr. Forrester left. At 12 o'clock
ho cauio back and ato again.
"You ncodn't t-tare at mo 1" bo
said to ono of tho waiters.
'iYon aro a regular boardor, are
"Tho regnlarost one you vo got.
I don't intend to miss a meal. I'vo
got a chauco to get oven for being
hungry many a timo,"
At 1 o'clock John camo back and
remarked, aa he huug up Lis
"I'm on timo j now fetch mo
sntbir.' to cat.'
Tbo wuitcr weut away muttering,
and brought in rather a slim meal.
'Ljok a here,' sii l Jo'jii, "Jou't
try to go back on your contract. I
rocknti yo4 did rather underrate my
ability, but 1 in a man.'
At 'i o'clock John enmo back nnd
took a seat. The proprietor camo
iu and askod bi n what he wnnlo l.
"I want my dinner, supper or
broikfast, just what yoa are a mind
lo cull it.'
"Von havo already oaten hero
thretj times to-day.'
"1 kuow that.'
"Why do you no-no again ?'
"Riicaiinu it's t voo'clook-'
It is not supper timo.'
"No, but it s two o'clock timo,'
"I don't understand you, sir ;
what do you mean f'
"Your ondorstanding may havo
boon injured by my surprising abili
ty. I camo hero with tho under
standing that was to bavo my
moals at all hours.'
"Tho contract has boon adhered
to i you bavo coma irregularly.'
"No, sir t Iva como here rogular.
It was tbe agreement that I was to
have a meal at every hour, and I am
going to stand np to it if it packs
my stomach as tight as a green wat
ermelon. You are trying to im
pose on me because I'm from the
bvuntry. I havo ma Jo arrangements
with a boy to wake me ni every hour
to-n-gbt, and I'm coming here to
nL' That's my buainosa now, and
A Tehrivm Kttia. Ten persons
two womeu aud eight children
were burned lo death or suffocated
on Tuesday of luct week by a fire in
the rear tenement bouse at No 35
Madison Street, Now York, and
six poisons were injured. Thu
lire was caused by tho explosion of
some gasoline which two plumbers,
who were repairing the water pipet
in the house, wero using. The
pecuniary loss was small bnt the
flame spread so rapidly that the rs
capo of the women nnd children,
who were shout er.ting their break
fasts, was cut off iilnioil instantly.
Many sad ppenes took place.
Tbo NowYotk (Yntinl Railroad
has subscribed $2't),l00 to the
World's Fair, providing Sl.tHIO.OOO
is raised. There aro many tu ne
mouliotied for President of tho
Commission, among whom are Gen
eral Grant, Samuel J. Ti!dn, Hugh
J. Jewott, 1enry G. Sti bbins, John
Shrrmnn, Pieipotit Movgan and
Win. II. Vundtrl ilt. it is thotighi
that Gctieral.Granwould accept the
position nnd Lis name is being urg
ed by, many petsous interested iu
....l'ilteen respectable citizens of
Ilarrisbnrg wero hi t ested and fined
for fust dtiving on tho streets,
... .1 lie t como of .Money sre
talking of starting a watch tnaimfuct
n ry in tho Lycoming Fire lusurunco
Tho empty gun never kicks,
A nnuxht that counts one an
An uppor 1! flut An aristocratic
Only a'qnestionof timo -Askiug
A two foot rulo Don't wear tight
Tho driest boots bavo tho biggost
Talk is cheap. Is it 1 Juet ,Liro n
In wyey ouco.
Tbe coroner as well ns tho farmer
makes bay when tho sun shicos.
Knnckiug a friend down is a sure
way of dropping an acquaintance.
A man with a scolding wife, bo
ing asked what his occupation was,
replied that ho kept a hot house.
Man is naturally a teacher. He
always has a pupil in bis eye.
Coachman aro .frequently nfilicted
with a bucking cough.
Wheu a man is a rotbiu' bo is
likely to become n j-a.il bird.
Nothing is wholly lad. Even a
dark lantern has its bright side.
A noble naturo ia comprehended
only by its peer.
Mr. Seldom Ever was married last
week to Jiss Joy. Tho ft ionds of
tho victims wore shocked when tho
daily press callod ber "a thing of
beauty," becauso sho wa "a Joy
A young man iu New York is bo
coming independently rich by
broaking off marriage engagement s
objcctiouubloMo bis father ut $100
A gentleman biiing'a servant, nf-)
ter patiently enduring the usual
catechism, wheu nt-ke l, "Aud "bavo
you any children f '' replied t "Yes (I
have five; but ran drown two or
throe if you insist upon it "
A young lady recently presented
bor lover with au elaborately con
structed pen-wiper but was aston
ished the following Sunday ito see
bim oouie into church wearing it us
be proper form of a will nowa
i will read t "To tho respective
ruoye of my children I give my
re cbtato aud worldly goods of
esoriptious, Porsoually to the
Iren and to my beloved wife I
all that re uaius."
Transcendental preacher took
ais text, "Feod my lambs." As
ame out of tbe church a plain
farmer said to bim. "That was
ry good toxt i but you placed
bay so high io tho rack that tho
bs could not reach np to it, nor
old sheep either."
; patent rnediftne advertisement
Is thus t "When a lethargic feel
prevadoa your system when
nave a disinclination to move
tit i'wben you have an abl.or
e to exoroise, your liver ia in
rre." 'Ibis will be glad tidings
L 1 1
isny peopio woo cava always
Published every Thunder Even..". 2
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NICHOLS, 8HEPARO A CO.
Battle Crate, Mlohiaart-t
A full lino of DlU'aS and
B.S. HARVEY S
Mcn'a and Yonth's Suits
$1.50 to 18.00.
Pnper Collars 1.1 and 10 cts
A lnrjro stock of CENTS
at lowest PAi-11
Cull and oxamino our sloe I
aud prices boforo purchnsin):
B. S. HARVEY.
lUvlmrailnriUi the motto of the "Nivaia
Siii'Wk. K," tin aubariller woul.l rail the at-t-ntlni,
! lie pub ujtbelaet that he kai
l.-ntiot, i'ui pui
i.ir i-koih i-K.i.in uou thai it inua irui
He i-untluoaa to ksaii oa hand a van full and
well-aeleoteU atoek ot
r I!1R FIND1S08,
I IS II.
AC. c r.
-l.'eh he oMnn in Ve publlo at arj aieatl- re
4 tiilOASti I' U lets.
Withlhaakata aiv o14 inatoraira for Ihetr
ttieral ptr n lur many veare ot the paal, 1
wouM anllolt Ihetr eurtoui tor the future, k-r-ln.
the; will he beuaMieJ hf the ehaaKO, ai
W.t . LOKBE1T.
Sallntf rare, Sepl.tS.'Ta.
T&e Snnbnry Daily,
PUBLISHED AT SUNBURY.
A Small Sheet at a Fmall Price.
Only tJ RO per Annum.
MO lor all. .Months.
I.IM for tbreo luunltaa.
All the Connty newa iu full
And tbo goncral nowa in a con
a mtj. Mai uurw A'OWVre I "Jt
tgbt they vera lazy when they
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