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my B3rnaoD a home
BY "JBItSKT UtC."
onder. where the iraoke curie up
Lween the jrreen-topped trees,
1 the red-tiled chimneys Just peep
hi overhanging leaves;
r stand my own dear boyhooa
1 i.laln. and painted brown.
hh here and there a shingle loot.
6r, maybe, tuiuiiliug uown;
itUL a of yore, the rosea twine
kronnd the easement sill
peep lu the low, wide rooms,
r clumber up at win;
,e honeysuckles trembling cling
fo every loosened nail,
Id banjf around the sloping roof
rtieir blossom's perfumed trail.
LMt memory paint my mother's
Will snlnnlnz at the door,
mile summer snnHhlne Oiled the skies.
Uud flocked the cottage floor,
fhlle I, a little red-cheeked lad,
Jin homespun garment neat,
V childish Innocenoe and joy,
jSat playing at her foet.
here, way down by the singing
Where grasses thickly grow,
he old red cow at eventide
Sent forth hor plaintive lo,
Lnd father, with the milking pail
Made haste to reach hor side,
Lnd brought it buck full to the brim.
A rich and creamy tid e;
and, oh, the supper nice aud sweet
Of that milk and bread,
n winter, jam for little folks,
In summer, berries red.
For appetite is good and strong
Where hunqkh Is the sauce,
lAndiNOKiKsrios is unknown
Our "woitKisu-LAXi" aeroes-
Thore tnthedistauce points the spire
Of our old meeting house,
(Where Sundays friend- and usiglib or
.To hear good Pur son Rouse,
lere was no choir of pretty girls,
No organ's rolling chord,
softly-cunHlouud seat of ease
On wliich to praise tbo Lord,
it benches of the hardest wood,
And one old deaoou's volee,
ud yet weiuanaed tv survive,
And In our church rejoloo.
T hoyhood's home I I am nj more
A merry little lad,
forrow and time have scaled my faco,
aim uiaue my spirit sad;
'ether and mother loved so well
Sleep la the churchyard gvay,
mosy tombstone marks the spot
Where side by tide they lay.
and now I near my other Lome
JUeyondthe sunset -sky-come
to my dear boyhood's home
in tranquil rent to Din.
Tbey toil and spiu and wash dish
es, and yet Bolomon.in all bis L-lorv.
as not arrayej liko a Colored girl at
Ajouog woman being asked by
politioiaa which ptrtr she was
most in favor pf, replied that ebo
preferred a wedding party.
"Bridget, I canuot allow too to
reoeiveyoqr lover in the kitchen any
longer." lt't very kind of yoo.
ma'am, bat he's almost too bashful
to oome in the parlor.
tfofc and oold baths mav bo hn.l in
almost every street in Puris at prices
arying from ten to twenty cents.
A poor e to ne is bettir than uoue
at all. Wbenabovwaa rn..fi
MooQnt for Rolnir flsbinir on Snn.
y( ho replied. "I know 1 do, bat
then before tbe fish becin to bila 1
Iwaya whistle oat one of Uoody
and Sankey'a tunes.''
The inUlligent printer cot it inta
type that it wae a 'dumnatiou'' nar.
ty, and the poor minister who bad
been afflioted with t donation party
dida'l kick a bit, or request any of
bii sturdy congregation to go Voand
nJ kill the editor.
A rotor ned Australian found the
baby he left at borne a miss of five
umioore. One day be offooded her,
"J aba fretfully exolaimed i "I
wish joa bad never married into the
Tbe Elmire & PrtM sits the
wonea of Michigan declare that tbey
going to vote, and, to begin with
iot'tt that every ballot shall have a
botdsr and a Mttlnn .mnn.t !l
"When I WJS a mnna mm" um
Eill(n;s.; wt always in a burry to
tltl ! - , r nv I an cMsr, 1
Tbe original noise prodiioere and
nerve destroyers of tbe time.
Ao'l yet in themselves a most in
teresting study. F'ritistanoe .
Tbo best boy every mother owns
htm, every father I prond of bim,
tud yet it takes a great deal of tbe
"corrective'' to keep him at Lis
Tbe worst boy belongs to the
next door neighbor every timei and
is I be batefullost. tnennett, b'm1iast,
ttucknpcst boy that evry stele a
follow playmate's skates and broke
the side roil from your own boy's
led aud how ridiculously they'd
diens tbat boy, '
The funny boy is always cullin
up. some toi.tio to bring a laigb.
lie turns bimsolf iusida out if be
makes a bit he keeps at it until ho
sinds up hie career ID the cirens
ring retailing thousand year old
The saucy boy calls bin mother a
-'squint eyed liritlun,"' twis bis
lingers on bis nose at bis father, in
veots autouixliinjf uicknames for all
tbe cranky pe ple in tbo nuihbjr
hood, end with bin bauds in his
pock u Is bluiuU on t!m slro.it a6raers
and yelps Lin -Miihm" rilit in thu faoe
of everybody ytt be nuvor sucins to
i-eup his reward.
'J'uo wicked buy works on tbe
dly. lie wanders fortl) after dark,
breaking in all the skating pou Is,
ipiiukling ashes ou tbe coasting
, rounds, setting logs of wood
iaiuat buck doors and liuging tbo
belle K4uijtiully miuchievous,
with a tinge of ugliuess, be bold
the court will) a teign of terror,
and every boy stands in fuur of
,iiui. But be is tbe sleekest, q iiot
ust looking boy on tbe street.
The scholarly boy porns over
hubo il books wbeu bo oubt to be
out getting suow builud. lie cor
rects bis nijlber'e grrttuimtr, im
proves tbe ttjln of bis fibber's con
versation, and with an air of sup
eriority kiudly allows bis parents to
exint under l!o sa uo ro if with Lieu,
aud be proud of his attainments,
l'he chances sro that be till one
day tt-ucb a district school at $12 a
oiootb, and really think ba is mov
ing the world.
Tbe tough boy reads dirao nov
elu, smokes a clay pipe, freqnt ul
the "tiiggor heavuu" in tlia thd lUirx,
steals front theopple stands on tbo
ooiuor, is up nights, goes
homo iu a boastlv stito of
intoxication by the time ho is four
teen, aud at tweuty stands on tbe
corner in checked puuts, "loud" ul
ster, plug hat aud, lo neck
shirt, a living picture of dissipation.
Uoys, don't think it smart to be
Tbe Neaboy Take one whiff of
bim as be standi sixteen deep wait,
inz to buy bia papere. Tbe world
ovor tbe newsboy carries a distinc
tive odor, reekiug with tobtojo
smoke, onion soup and tu.j remits
of a cbaugeluBs shirt. But be can
give an intelligent answer to any
question you ask bim, and is the
lougest distanco from a fool of any
of tbe boys, llo eats great quanti
ties of tatTy, and delights ia ''giving
Tbe boy in "gig la-nps" is eel
dom met, but tbe uufoituoate little
coot always looks like some minia
ture book ageui with sore eyes.
The fannjr's boy wears the big
gest boots he oan persuado to stay
unhie fiat, hi) . stur ly raji I little
framo, burd muscles, lots of red
blood in his face, oan raoe over tbo
fields, ride a wild colt, drive a boss
cow and snare more rabbi te than
the best sportsman, IU says
"go-ib." oooasiouully and looks with
ou lorioir eyes at everythiu town
.bred. Uut be is tbe boy who works
bis way to tbe city aud replenishes
ta dissipated life with bis physical
vigor aud qiiik perooptioua. au I
is tbo motive power tbat moves the
buiuesa of the world, e inbalos
the spi rit of progress iq the air be
brua thus npon tbe old farm.
Boys, y es boya' We were al'
boyn ouoe, with exouptiunt in favor
or girls, of gourso. and don't let us
Orgnt it. Let us reuiwuibcr that
tbe world wai once a distant jwe
oi't - '1 r'T l c r K is t by
i- ' " I''- (-?
Words of Wis dom.
One has ouly to die to bo praised.
Handsome apples are sometimes
It is easier to blame than to be
I is not enough to arm you must
Would yoo be strong, conqnor
Little and often makes a heap in
Tbcro is no good in preaching to
tfpeak little, speak truth spend
lii tie, pay cash,
Better free ia a foroigu I.in 1 thvi
a slave at home.
Charity gives itself riches, bntcov-
etousucss boards itself poor.
Everybody knows a good counsel
except bim that hath need of it
Tbe men tbat hope little are the
lueu that go ou working.
There is no sanctuary of virtue
Tbn scenes of childhood are the
members of future years.
Idleness watites a man no seusibly
as industry iiupiuves bim.
Tbe idle should uot be classod
among the living ; tbey are a sort of
duud liitu that can't be buried.
A great part of our vxislvuce serves
no otiier iui puu than tbat of ena
bling us to elijoy the rust.
Intelligent tests tguoranco aud
wisdom lebts follies. But alio are
the lululiigeut aud wuj are wise 1
The applicatiou of coiumou seube
iu matter of belief or bunufs is al
uaye our best guide and mouilor.
Don't covet tLeV'"''''"''01"' of any
umu until you aiu u tiling to py for
Ilium the j. rice wuicu h't psul ; tuuu
yuU will uot teud to covet t.ioiu, for
oa csu go aud ge; taum fur yout
eclf. Huppinets ie evident to as in this
life by duliveieuce lioui evil. "Hup
py is he who sets tbe day 1" ha id a
blind lL.au (but a man who sees
i-luarly dos not y bo. ' "Unj (y ii
be who is btallby 1" aid an invalid
WIr-u bo if well lie does uot ftbl tbo
buppiuoea f health.
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ixo man ougui to complain W the
WOild lutasuies bim Hh he measures territory now kuowu as leuuessee,
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iiiieiB. iu luunsuru uue tn u Uls i
,.a, , w.l.l ...... I... 1...! ...I ,1 I.
vnu . u. tun, uv linm, wilt lit !
No person cau be so feeble or so
pour tbat be bss ut a duty t j per
form which, bciu performed,
makes bim one with the highest and
To prunounco a man buppy mere
ly because bo is rich, is just as ab
surd as to call a man beultby merely
because be baa euoogb to eat.
Ignorance and deceit are two of
tbe worst qualities to combat. It is
easier to dispute with u etatesmau
that a block-bund.
Nature baa written a letter of ore
dit on some men's faces which ia
bouured wherever it ia presented.
Poverty may excuse a shabby coat,
but it is no eicu.o for shabby mor
A S trante Preacher.
There was ouce a mi muter of the
gospel who uever built a church.
W ho never preached in one.
Who never proposed a church fair
to buy tbe church a new carpet.
bo never founded a new sect.
Who never belougcd to auy sect,
ho frequented pnblio bouses
and drauk wiue with siuueis.
Who never received a salary.
Who never asked for one.
bo never wore a black suit er a
Who never nsod a prayer book.
Or a hymn book.
Or wrote a sermon.
Who never-hired a ooruet soloist
to draw souls to bear tho "Word."
Who nover advertised bis ar
Wbo uover even took a text for
Wbo uever went through a oonree
of theological study,
Was o-jver ordained.
Wbo was uever uvon "converted."
Wbo never ett to conforeuce,
Wbo was be I
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I rv - tfa ar' .
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SNYDER COUNTY, PA, MARCH 24, 1881. NO. 37
Hickory nuts and Muilo.
''John all, yon were very drunk
last night," said bis honor as a send
off. "I think Dot, sir,"
''Well, you have a right to differ.
Officer, was this man drunk 1"
1 tie was sir,"
"Well, be fell down fonr times in
crossing the road, and the last time
be settled down for a rap."
"That's oni case. Mr. Hall. Hve
yon any dufenke T"
'I l ave, sir. I bad not tsfd
any liquor of any sort all day long.
Just before met tbe officer I gut
choked, and tl at was what ailod me
wbun be picked ine up."
"Choked T What with 1"
"With an apple."
"sve jou got it''
"Yes, sir. Wbeu Mi offijer sh'iok
me, he shook the apple oiit of my
gnllet, and I put it in my pocket tj
bring to show you,"
He thereupon pulled from bis coat
tail pocket a frozjn greening, larger
than a coffee cup, and laid it ou tue
"Do you mean to tall mo that you
bad tbat apple iu your mouth f"
"Yes, Sir. 1 was going to take
a bite when it slipped dou iulo my
gullet, itnd if the ullicur hadn't giv
eu me a shukuu 1 uugUt .have su:f i-
"You can't et that tipple into
your mouth. No sucb a story will
go down hero ''
".See here. Judge," and ho opuued
a mouth big enough to tako in a
bowl, tubsod in tb applo, aattin I it
aronnd, aud dropped it into hi buud
again with a niuilu uf triu.npb.
"You may go,,' said ins Honor,
after n long bilunce. "With Mich a
tnuutu us iiiat you II est woio iiimu
your hozcu appUand t;ooiu wy "
"Thank you. I'd like to bin my
orotbbr iu some d ,y, una let you sue
his month, lie a tu hold a pint of
hickory nuts aul si.ij a sou at tbe
HawCni:ci'$ Wcro Cnca Paid.
It is not a tenor ii known h:lori-1
csl (act tint fr.u 177 to 17-14 ttit 1
I oruiwn uni oi .imiu i.iuiiu,
'i 1 u ., u . I ' ,uv u u w v t, .... .-.
I. . i i -,i .i
a. I , ,l 71i I 'I .,l.r,J..uJ,.U
becoming di.4ti-ij bid w.tu tuoir
lijVarumeut. tiruanizcd a State ifov-
ernmeiit under the name of "Frank-
lju," which was maintaiuud for eiiie.R"" "n cfnu M' '0R';
Ti. .,...i,,..i..n fi..r.v,.i,i
a u u v fci " hh tv "is (
disbauded. and I'urritorivl Tuauusuo
wae auiu auuexod to North Caro
lina. . The following is among thu
laws pause 1 by tho loislature of the
State of . 1'Vauklyo. We uopy a
found ia a spuucli by Dj.iiid Vob
stor on tbe currency in 1SJS :
"Ue iw enacted by tbe (ieuural As
sumbly of the Stato of Fiauklyn,
aud it is hereby euactod by the au
thority of the same : Tbat from tiio
liret day of Jauuary, 177i tbe
alaiies of tbe olli:oi-s of thii Goal-
mouwoalth be as lollosrs, t i-wit
"liis Excelluucy tbe (ioveauor pur
aunum, l.U'JO dour bkius t
"Ui llouor tbe Ctiief Justioo, o)0
der bkius i or 500 raccoon bkius ;
"The Treasurer of tbe Citato, 431)
raccoon ukius i
"ICaoh County Clerk, 300 beaver
"Clerk of tbe House of Commons.
200 raccoon skius i
"Member of Assembly, per diem,
three raccoon skin i
'Justice' feo for signing a war
rant, one muskrat in i
"To tbe Conslublo for serviog a
warrant, oue tuiult skiu ;
"Kuterod iuto a law tbe lth dny
of October, 1 770, under tbe great
seal of tbe State
Sorvaut girl quostion t Matildy
a ejllored sorvant. ou beioz told t i
pack up and leave, blubbered dread
fully and refused to be comforted
l'he lady of the bouse tried to com
fort ber by telling hor not to give
way so i tbat she miht o i'l iu on
Snudav and see the family: ' Taint
dat ar. . I joss can't bulp bolloriu'
I always bo' lore wheu I quit a
nlaoe. I bus worked for some of
Che I iwest down, meanest folkea on
C Weston slaud, but wboo comes
i 'j a'.!er beVra nd U
ti' - h I b"era
il r ! ft
KiiO. - cSii
A Remarkable Man.
Rev. Allen Tibbits, who now livo
in Col lwater, Miali., an I 77 yotrs,
makes this remarkable ntVometit.
uevor swore au oitu, or tajk
chew of tob tcco, or em iko 1 a whole
cigar. I never sold a drink of
brsudy or whisky f ir mynolf. In a
travel of ovor 10!) OJ) imlot by pub-
lie couvryancrs I never met with an
accident, or was a moment too late
when it depended upon my own
exertion. I never sang a son or
played a game of checkers, biilinrds
r croqnet, or any game of cardi.
never skated a rod or struck a ma'i
n blow ttilh my fist, I cm repent
more of the Bible than any mnn liv
ing of whom I have any knowledge.
have uiven nwav r.iorn reel estate
to this city (Cold water) than nil its
other inhabitants. I prewhud for
ovor fifteen year and travelod mop
than fi;)0 miles attending funerals,
and all tbn sul try I ever recnivttd was
a pound of tea, worth eevtntylive
A promising youth recently sopris
ed bis father by asking :
Father do von like mother 7"
"Why. yes. of coursu "
"And she likes yon V
"Ofcourso she does."
"Did she ever nay so ?''
"Many a lime, my son."
"lhd shu marry you 'cause she
b.ved you t"
"Cirlsinlv sliO did."
Thu boy can fully scrutinized his
parent, mid, lifter u long pause, ask
ed, "Well, was she as uear-sighted
then us she is now ?"
i in. i i ii i
A Story comes from Bostou thut
a woman who tirougbt her p vil to bo
filled at a soup bouse in that city
wss H'ked bow n nnv i-he bad in her
and replio I : ' Six my
!JIMi,n t. m;e f. tw i dnaa un 1
! two cats, and plenso don't put so
; tu tTolt pepper in the soap, tho do-s
!.j't io it
A Xmim r.n.,!n.l m.liil' Ml!nl .
on one of bis d-srons, with whom i bottom of it. snd on the top of tho
bo wus at vaiianc and. nith nir ofiRlr,,w l,,,'.v put ioiuo m-hes nnd
Kret solemnity, s.iid : "I'-rolher, it jlo(,cl,u'1 ""'",- Mr"- WbinKton
isasl.ainlhattbis.i.i trrel of onra;"1 h,'r 'onl' " U reedy nnd
should briiiK scan.Ul npon the " li !'" was tilled
1 -1... 1. I I. . awn 1 .ii.ini.sM n f il
LMiidanco iu the miliar; and have
... , . Imii. mi Willi nit liupslill
n .niA 1,1 Him Pi.liillnaliill that VOll;S0l" ou' HU nil lll'r Skill
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;iniut M0 in, I:if I 0:Uit)Ot.
A Oerinan who b id list a boy
my noy, un i von i iim ror nun
find bill) si! till x O'l dfl ClU'lU ID". I
till bim ooiiio hi;no ; he sty hi vo if.
Ho liiok nt mi ; I loik at bin.
I bejin to cy ; be hoia to cry. llo
feel vory bad t I (eel very hi I. I
told him to stool up, and ho t il
up. I put my nr ns arouu' bis neck,
uud, by jimiuity, it v isn't him."
Some aritbmetienl chap bis figur
ed out that Vaudcrbilts lucoms
wonld ullow bim to vit.it 8,000 cir.
ense. ent 10.000 piuts of puanuts,
aud d it. k 15,000 lassos of I j u u 1 1
every day iu tbe your. Hut he .Ijjs
n't do it. Thus it can be suen that
wealth is givou (o those who dou't
know bow to enj'iy it.
Carving isq't fun. A young mnu
was invited to carvo n turkey at din
ner recently, and before the kuifo
was finally taken from him he bad
npsjt a glass Tf water, wrou Mio i
his shoulder, abut tho bird aoross
tbe table into a ladj'e lop, and near
ly jablK'd n moo's eyo out, au l ft
ivasu't a tough bird cither
What did Cain say when tbo
Lord asked bim where bis brother
Able waa V aeked a Oalvostou Suu-day-school
teacher of bia class.
None of the children spoke up. but
little Jimmy snapped bis finger and
Maid i "I forgot what Cain said, but
he sussed tbo Lord back."
Tbe roan who was spprnacbed
from tbo roar by g ist and weut
ovor a six foot wall and routed up
the ground for tbroo ro la, un being
revived told the doctor that be
bsdu't, at tbe time of tbe accidout,
Ibe slightest idea that be was stand
iug on a railroad track.
There i a firmer in tbe east
ern aud of Lancaster oonuty eighty
one yf-i nt . who baa always
1 ir- M 'v' .'i trtt visits
An Erg t.ttr VJo iitotk.a'Slcnftl
A well-known rrgioeor on the
Union I'ucific who Las a slight im
pediment in bis speech, bod an in
terview a fe days since with bis di
vision superintendent, tbe nature of
which gradually leaked out and I.e.
runi j n ouiro of considerable ',fur
fir the boys. The story goes that
'iu a recent ran bis engine bad a
colli .ion ilb a cow, resulting 1is
'istronslr ti t io aui n al in question
lr a rule of tbo ruins I Co in inn y
such a?ei lent ini it tin rep irti I by
the fiiiii'!r nnd conductor in writ
ing. an I fiJsi.M mi 1 1 the en
giu ier forgot bis duty n this o
cni in, nntil bo was suuimoood - be
fore the t iilroal mngnutu for,private
" ," siiid Ibe soperititstid
ent. "bnw is it tli.it y i:l f.iilu I t re
port th-. killing of a cow ou your
owo r in of snub a data
"I d-d-1-d-I i't reinu:nbnr am
. , . . i .
SU-8'Stlcll a?i!l I.Jilt, riplltll til
knight of tbo font board, BcralcbinM
bis bead thoughtfully.
"Wo'l, yo't crtainly must have
killnd a cov on Unit rim, for it msh
.1. I I.. 1. .... I , I
"I "" 'U ll.lt' I'IMII lilt' t.'ll-
ductor," int-ir.tud the supei inton lent.
''.Vn-n.nn, I d-d-d-dtdn't," said
"Now jiut think a littln nnd see if
you em't i mmnlicr it," raid the
pi'tsisteiit in lurri :t r.
'Xo. I can't remt uiber killing any
cow. I do rcmetubur stiikin one.
. but I looked out of tho window and
Miw her lyin ou ber buck, by thu
tiark, moving her foot," (motioiiin
with bis hundt) "to fjn iihead, nnd I
took it to tucuu that hho nss all
.i was wurno.l nut to bo too 6iire
of such signals iu tbo 'uturo.
.lii i)oi:i of (Scnru Wiibbinton's
birtb-d.iy, tho tomiirido (Muss.)
''rifiunt. leintes tbo fulloiviui' : ,
Mrs. Washington, tbn uiolbur of
Oonru, was Koin to muko sonp
t'torgci Hint his father nrrHiijrd a
lalL'O Cltsk With nme BllHW in the
I , i,,,:;:,. , :M
11,0 pro-ist oi soap uoi.iu is
nit'l tun I'l 'I'l I II ill V'lll I U II L Htlt't "
Willi nil ber skill she
could nut mulco tbe soup come. On
iiivostigitbiii it was discovered Hint
nhuio of tliM ashes nsu I w.ira from
tho wood of tbo cherry trim Clenrg"
ic.it down, and no lio could I o pro
JdiiOrt.l from Ikem. This slios tbo
jpswer of truthfulness.
I'no, uflor a wiek's fpnee, wppt
homo late ouoniht sitii;ini 'Tliere's
no place btto b i me !" lie thinks bo
ynt 1 tits wife itrcircd bim wit li
torritbi warmth. Sha rprcud bim
liter In 111. ''iIm nfati.ii 4 iln-li. I lli.i
ovei 10 iu. us 01 siain. niwi iuo
Mini.iii t fl.mr nntrv iiriiit witli him
snu'in i uoor enirj enrpei linn.
.iT.niin 1 tli ,1.1 ir .if fli..ii li,.1. r.tiiitt
opono.1 tue Hon oi iiieir nta loom
with h.s bead, jsmnud b.m ii.-iw.fu
two dressing ciu1, w i i'i I hi u
around a bed poi-t, perfonuod othei
nets indioitive of ber reat delight
upon bis return. He is eonfidint
be will not bo cold Hgnin this winter.
r.nm lit i li.utllin.lur
lor lirowdnoH. When tho weslber;
is cold uud ibfl school haus e is ioipi r
.cctly boa-sd. hop,., tbo b,al
.,. ., ....
Ilia ii- uu.iiviii vno , ll'.-. lurii
i'l the scliuhir wnr! li k j h!uln to
rank hiU in thior stu -lies.
Love, faitli, patiuuee tbe three
essentials to a buppy lifo,
Ouo maxim is, "a ponud of pluck
is woith a tou of luck."
Nothing keeps a man from knowl
edge and wisdom bku tbiukuig be
The buie drum player innkos more
uoiso tiiiu auyhily eUu, but.be
doesu't lead tbo baud.
Tbugbiss of s j.li and tbo looking
Kins ivseiublee tsch other. You
isn boo tho soda tits in oue, aud our
un titt in tbe other.
We rea l reoently tint tbiity per
bona iu a small
tOWII IU JlulllCtlU
liy eating east's.
. ,' ,
Hit comes from laaviutr bias col
isrs on doijs. . nl ru. h. i . i.. i4M.n rin
Health. Railable rmT ;, 1 I
What i the differenoe between 'fcASY .VUV.'w
brktua a window and bteakiu aul1'"4 Wu"M u V
i..,i.... ..i. ... . VT':0-' '..
iullibd every Tburnlav Unrnng
JiCASKIA.II OltOUSK, (rx
Terms of SubsanpUon,
VWO DOLL4 M VEH ASKITS. Pef
ahle viihln ix munib, StfJMlfotH
paid within Ui tear. Jfo pajier )ia
eonliauod ur.lil nil rrejutt mm-
fisid unlea at the opttosj of Ui iue
tiubsoHptlon ontnida of the eonsity
PAVABLS IN ADYANT.
I-Persons liiliii and asing Topers
sdd ressed 'jo other become sut soril tr
and tro liable forlho price of tbepnper
TrTR nndnrsinnd. Administrator
nr It Mtl nf rt. H. Mill, laltnf Wait
l'.rT l"Blllp. SSfilff enttStf , Pi.. l,.MMl,
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th Hrtin.' (1 urt i.r lit unnir, "III 1
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Tliursday, March 21th, 1881.
Hi fallowing rt Tl- 1 H.1 KlUta illit'ds
it ivrri ionnii (..! ,ll, bels aim.
tlu, ttuilisr Ual. ejntttnlU4
mnrsnr ' Hnsn'l4 t.t'l, W,i at if.rlli
ly h.i,.1a Mi.'inl tin at.l Smua by Ia4i T
Juamka abli .brsor I.0
aisrs sr !, Urio U roll a O'loO
hminnl Notth. Siilh. Ki-t sol Wnt if
Un i of Io.iikii SN-ilaaKrcr, n tli
In Hi t.ion.'ilii far. ill 1.
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1.y wlivi .In- nunl.n witlbtgl'SB s
tvrmi ul f l m.J Sutfws ljr
Wif. II UMTH,
Mrt i, mi. A lminitrir.
fPUR nndersi'jni'd, Hswcntar of tbo
1 li.l Will nn l Tfl'l, urnl ol Jn.uk
tt ol ttia ii,n,i.lt nl it4, r. 'I-.-nMit, f
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Htr iuwiipuI,', oijuiit ,h.r.4iil. oiiaisiuiiif
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ility l.n lr,ut if t'i will ii- iti4 I iiaiwa l.r
IV 1 1,1,1 II II. I. )N'
JMl.rt II, I, UN I.
Mkreh in, ll. Ei"-uior.
A full line of DKt;03 and,
Men's and Yonlb's Suits
$4 oi) to t'13.00.
L'nderclolhirp. suits. 81.00
I'll per Collars 1! uud 10 cts
A l.nce stock of (iiV'ITS
I' UliMSHlNO GOODS
ut lo.st i'AS II
full and examine our slocl
nnd pi'irra befote pnrebssiiip
r.espr el fully,
'b. s. iiahvey.
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