The post. (Middleburg, Snyder County, Pa.) 1864-1883, July 28, 1881, Image 1
10 ID II in a . n L onlitmti nn rear. 900.00 Ona-half. column, one fear, " 80.00 One-fourth column, on year, 15.00 . One square (10 lines) insertion 79 ftrarv additional insertion, 60 ' IVofossional and Business cards ol ' notmore than ft loir's, per year, Auditor, Executor, Administrator and Assignee Notices, M1aI.iI nntirM nnr Hn. 8.00 2.50 16 All transient advertising less man I months 10 cents a line. All advertisement Tor a sliortor pe riod than one year are payable at the lime they are ordered, and it not paid Ihe person ordering them will ue held; 4eanonsible for tho monev. 4auiv".i. r - - Poetry ' Song of the Brakeman. Oh, listen to the brakeman; through all the livelong day, ' ' As the rattle of the wheel Wars the whirling train away i ; How cheerily be bang the door when anybody leaves, . ' How cheerfully Into the ditch the liity tramp h"heaves And when you reach the station In at the door lie leans, 'Lone Knarf Is what he seems to cream, but ' 'Logansport" he means. The burning cinder In your eye awakes you from your nap, And "Cedar Rapids1' must be nigh; you hear hi in shout, Ce-rnp!" His merry shout flows on and on, and near the break of day You slow Into "liatavia," and hear him shriek B'tnyl" And when at noon ho hollers "K'loo!" you think its some place new, But when you reach the station its only Kalumaioo. Oh, the wasted English language th'it he slays without a sigh! Oil, the stations where you want to stop, but where you're curried by I 'Dah!" he calls at "Oneida," and when they hear his shout The passengers for "Uuda" In haste go scrambling out, And then to the conductor, In accents plain and clear, From his stution at tho steps he shouts distinctly, "All right here:" Burlington littwkrye. The Cash Subscriber. A cah subscriber (umy hU tribe In crease!) Awoke one night from deep dream of pence, And saw, within the moonlight of his room, An angel writing In a book of gold. Exceeding peace made the subscriber bold, And to the presence in the room he said, "What writ'st thou?" The vision ruis ed its head, And with a look made of all sweet un cord, Answered, The names of those who love the Lord." "And Is mine one T" The angel mild, "Not so." The cush subscriber, speuking then more low, But cheerily still, replied," "I pray you then, Write me at one who pay the printer men." ITlie angel wrote and vanished. Tho i next night ?lt came ogiilu with a great uwukeuing ) light, ?And showed the names whom love of dxl had blent, rnd lo! the subscriber's inline led ull the rest. An Emphatic Lesson. It was a lesson which a poor labor' ft mm gave to a gentleman Tor bom bo sometimes worked. i John had so unfortunst appetite MOiome called it for strong driuk; W"i iDongbt be never drank to io pxicatioD. yet ho spont much money r spirits which ought to baveboeo Ipeoded forjtbo comfort of hU iatn- '06 dST. whila Jnhn mam t tho paraoDago, tb parson took oo- linn Ia LI . li. t - - . v vuiuu mill lor III US uu Ol nltiog , Mi b, dij u r.tber dio. mMj. Bsidhej- 'Ton ought t know belter, John, ktowing bettor, voa ouibt to da Iter. . I am anhnniAil nf nn ir DOM ia fairl - hUa.nm.H .ilk toddy you htva drank . ,Iudad, sir, and do you never w yourself T' retorted John, ooq. irablv nsttlnd And If I do, what is that to you 7 klr .1 , .. - juUr couaiuon, as compared asa, mrtner, l do not sot of myself." , leaven forbid that I .hnnU ... Ik it sir. But, ' Toot rren 'ou tell me how it t.,. IU of Jtrusulam I. . . v an til the time P y minister wu obliged to von. lis ignorance. , (, ir," said John, with a olng ortbs lips, and a surges. M "U was simply beoaise ev. kp bis own door' wsy )p: i! .;.. ? d thai endid tbe lessoo. ' , I 1 r" LJ JUebaby ltery ill, Charlie1 1 Vraid be will die' Well. If X he won't gototbsbad plsbe." Charlie, kn- . ( -ww van juq anow Ob, I know he oan't mam- ii do teelb to gossb." JitUborg poor board gives bat it win - lit ' ' VOL. 19. The Farmor's Hirid.Man 'I'm kinder lookin' aronaJ tbe market for a Isireil man," bo exclaim ed as be stopped nt one of tbe stand and nibbled at an onion. "I kinder.need one, but yet I'kiodur hope I shan't be able to find him." How'e that t" "Wall, there ain't no profit in a hired man no more. No, sir, bus no good any longer." What's the reason t" 'Ob a dozen reasons, First and nod with foremost, times have changed, tho hired man baa changed em. Abt air, it mnkos mo 81 when I think of tho hired men wo Im t be fore tbo war great Ug fullers, with the strength of an ox and the vim of a locomotivo- didn't li.ivo to holler my lungs out to pet olio of cm oat of bed at 3 o'clock in tbe morning, and it wns all ( coal I do to coax 'em to goto bad at 10 o'clock at night. I'm ufruid that wo shan't never seo uo more hired men wutli keepiu' around for their board." "That's sad." l's sad, and more, too. Now. as I said, 1 want a hi rod man. I'm willing to pny $11 or $12 a month for a smart one. S o ne farmers want a man to work all d ty und all tiit;lit. bnt that ain't mo. nover nskod one to got out of bod before 3 o'ulock never, I alius give toy man three-qnni'ters of an hour at noon, unless the hogs get out, or cattle break In, or a shower is coming up. After nnmn lias worked rijbt along for nine hours bis system wants at least half an hour to brace np in. Tbey don't quit work ou sumo firmi till 8 o'clock, but I'm no sucti 1 ivo di iver. At half-past seven I tell man to knock o.T. All ho has to do after that is to fuu 1 tbo st jck, e it a litllu wood, mow somo grnsi for the horses, milk four cows, till up tbo watering trough, start asm ilo in tho smoke houso, aud pull a few weeds in the garden. I never In I a hired mau who didn't grow lul on my v irk nil thoy .ill n loft, m i foul ing that tbey budu't Lulf tbuir wagos." lie ntoppel long onouli t) a tear from Lis eye. uud then on : "And now look at tho hired nfto-duy! Ho wears whito wipi wen man shirts and collars- Ho won't oat wi'.h a knife. He wanti napkins whon he eats, and if wodou't hang up a clean towel once a week ho wipes on his handkerchief. Call him at 3 ho gets up at C. o wants a wholo hour at noon, aud after suppor bo trots off to siuging school or sits down to a uewspapor. Fifteen years ago if a man was sick for half a duy I could dock Liui. If be died I could take out a month's wagaa for the troublo. lie was glad to got storo orders for bis pay, and bo would wash ia the ruiu barrel nud wipe on the clothes line. There's boon a change, sir on awful change, and if a reaction don't set in pretty soon yoa will witness tbe downfall of agriculture in this country. "Tbon yoa won't biro anoth er ?" "Wall, I can't jasteay. Work is powerfully pressing i bat I'm going slow. Before hire him I want (b know whether he's a man who'll pun his plate for more moat and taters, and whether we've got to use starch in doing np bis shirts. Tbe last man I bad took me to task for not holding family prayors twioe a day, and after I bad dona- so for three months I found it was only a game of bis. to beat me out of half an bour a day. He thought be bad a pretty soft thing, aud be looked mighty lonesome whon I cat Old Hundred down to two linos and got through with tbe Lord's Prayor in forty econds." , Lessons In Love Making. Don't love too much at once, ' Don't do your spooning in pub lic. , .. Oive your little brother taffy and get him to bed before your chap cornea. . Itecolleot that a weddioor ring on yonr fingor ia worth a good many of tbera ia yonr mind. 1 Try to find out by some means whether your iuteodod knows bow to get decent liviug for two, He reasonable) don't expect man working for eight dollar a week to furnish yoa with a reserve seat at tbe opera every other uight. Dou't be afraid to show tbe man I of yonr choice that yoa love him m ' lrmaodr or oourte, hj ioym yoa i r t -. . Love is a double sided sort of con cern, and bolu have a port to play. 1'on't try to bring too many n tit- . ... . , ore to your feet. I hoy havo foot as .1 . well as you have, and vmi inn ,,. .. . Jlra?l!T.lT n"r ... . . ulllu u very glad to rail back. Keep your temper, if yon expeit your other-half-in-law tJ kojp his. If bo docsu't suit yon give him a ticket-of-lenvo. Ifhodoossuit you dou't expect bim to put up with your humors. TA-al carefully with bashful lov ers i lead tlietn gradually to tint point nf proposal of courso but dou't let them suspect what yon nio at, or they might faiut or got crazy on tho spot. It is said lover's q'larro's always end with kisses. This is pirtly true; but if yoa nre not c ireful these little spats youiu lulgo in any enliu tho kissos yoa cjvut beiu given to some other girl. If it is possible, try to suit your sisters, cousin, aunts, grandfathers, neighbors, and friends, and acquain tances when yon full in love. If you can't suit them all, dou't worry, it has never beeu dolio yet- If you use powder, don't givo yourself away. For instiinco, it would bo well to spread u handker chief over hia shoulder bef uo you lean thorcou. Ho will bo too grocn, depend on it, to suspect tho reason. If his moustache looks a lil tlo pow dery there aro several whvs iu which it could be brushed oil. Pou't iiuagino Hi it a huVnn 1 cm live as a lovor on kisses 'it 1 m n light. Ilo will come to l.i.s in wis us hungry ns a bear, mid any know lodge of cookery you can pick lip during courtship is about the bo st provision you can make for future happiness, Fair Play out W:sl. Thoy gavo a man a ehtneo onl West. Iu l'cadwood. Cunter, or any of thoso now Western towns the spirit of fair piny crops to tho sur face oven in judiciul lu'neeudiiis. In Jirch liiht a Micliigan nun wh i kee ps an eating house tit (iiinnisou, was over-particular ubout tailing a counterfeit half dollar, and iu the row which resulted ho was consider-1 ably battered. He tborcfuro called ; upon the JiiHtieu of tin) Peace and j statod his cuso uu 1 uskod for u warnint. "I guers I wouldn't make a fuss over it," replied tho olllcml. "Hut ho iiieaut to kill iuo.'' "Y'es, I presume so, but he'll lenvo town und that will cud it." "But he's a dangerous mau." Yes, they say bo, but no ono is afraid of him," "Judge, do you know what he ssid about you when I told him I'd havo him arrested-'' No" "Well, ho said you wore a blamed grasshopper eater." "Yes, but be didn't mean it." "An he called you a reptile." "Well, he was mad. I suppose." "Yes, and he was mad when he said yon didn't know enough to write your own name, and therefore couldn't issue a warrant f" "Did he say that 1" "He did." "Then I'll issue on bim like a ton ton avalanche on a yaller mule ! The mau who sneezes at my larnia' must have a oontempt for the judi ciary.' Tho warrant was Usuod. the party arrested and tried, and .the verdict of tho oourt was i "GuDnison William, the verliot of tho oonrt is that you are guilty, and tbe sentence is a fine of $33 in cash. This oourt can't got over the fuot that you villifiod its mental calibre. It is also aware of the fact that you haven't got a rod to pay your Hue with. Now, then, if yoa will meet this court I nek of this building on the level, it will either got away with you in six and a half minutes or remit the fine, I want to prove it to the citizens of Gunnison that in eleotiog mo to tbe judiciary tbey have cast their votes for a man who can spit on bis bund ia eix different languages and get away with a bog pen full of roughs without having an ear scratched. Prisoner at the bar, have you anything to say" Tb prisoner decided to go to jail. . It ' This country has 271,111 piofcfi iooal teachers. M1DJJLE13UKG, SNYDER COUNTY, PA, Jl LY Thompson' Failure. Fnrwell Thompson was the first pi isonor to answer to tho call of the 11.. i.. 1 1 -.... 1 1 v iinii uia tuitfc null TPflfc Ull 1 1 I rm' " 1 Lo t onoe prococdod to ' loosorve . Jl'. 1 want Ih. tn(ln W)0 cMn tUnl.Un in there a cooler ! Cooler 1 Why. sir, it is hotter than six old-fashioned Dutch ovens rolled into one I I buliove I havo lost ten pounds of llosh since dark last night, nti I I uovcr blent n wink until after daylight." "Yon shouldn't havo got thoro," was the reply. "Was I to blame " "I presnmo so. Von nro down on tho records us being dua l drunk. You conl ln't havo reached that con dition without knowing nil ubout it." "Judge, I want t explain. I am an espenuioutalist. "Ye." .their prices. They pay micli high ; with a true lovn's knot around his I'l set ont yesterday morning to 'salaries t) their clerks that they niomsMvo fon.lieu 1 ; a hhiit of tub experiment ou the hiiJi iu systuin. forced to sell their goods nt uu i.-tit rlirtli, Mill r.it-tu.il billions up It was a re 1 hot day. and 1 want" I 1 thousand per cent, above cost in or- bclnu I his b.iily , rist steel llmiton to seo what particular di ink wouhl ! 'I01 to make any money fjr them- ,.,) gloves, wiih uir-t'ght vei.ti!at us soonest cool tho blood. I first took I selves, ,,it tl,,i joints- und iu igu.li -eiit plain whiskey. Thoa-ands of men I Tliut tho mail.i t is ovnlnu h-iied c!ieese-he i Ld, pluui pud ling walk diink whisk y in winter to lie.ui ' vith sjiiing poetry. T.m w.istu b is. mg-cune, with iuiti ils '!). I." n, warm, nud in summer to keep cool Its un iiifcruul snide. In ten minu tes uftor Inking whisky, twelve do- grecs h id been a 1 led to tho heat of my Hystoui. 1 thou tried brandy, gin, t iger, wiuo, uu I io n uu I ler- ry. but none of llieiu ha 1 u co iliiiu ellcct, Whilo tho thormoiuuler stoo l at '.I I degroos in tho sha In, I stool 1 2"i, an 1 abj.it dirk I sue ciinbed, .Judge, dou't you driuk spirits on ii hot day if" Tli.it a ivi low wears woo Is to "'iVhs that tho on l of your oxpoii- catch n huiln.i 1. Siu wo il I ritii ments !" jcrcatcha mau wliiid not a hus- "Yes, for th it day. I was intend band, ing to start out to day and try lem- '''' lt "ilvor wil.di will tell the ouado, ginger ale, sola water, root time jnit m wed as a gill ono. beer, p ip.h ilf an I half and Congress ' -V gol I w it ;li M ill tull tao li u i I in water, mi. I on tho next day I would I'ai'i- to ii silver watch's once, an i b? able to givo lo the world tho ben- 1)0 tx fr,M''J lls oval' elit of my nxpei ieniM." I '"''at shopkoep "rs never in ;r!; 'I sometimes try lifllo expeii- their goods below cost. They fre metitH here," reaiarke 1 his Honor, l:eutly in i:k them down much bo as he g izu 1 thirstily ut tho water- j low what tho goods rout tho pur eoolcr. "I'd liko 1 1 seo what ell'net chaser, ospeci illy if ho boa putic thiily days in t'uo woikhouso would ; l',r li'iend, you knmv. Iiiivo ou your system, ' 1 believe it would kill me, sir. I'uct is. ull physicians havo warnu 1 mo to keep out in tho open air." "Wi ll, 'in going toput vou there, and I think you'll bo tiitouished ut tho lieiu liei.il results "JJul I cun t go." "But you'll have to." I lie mi I he'd die right I hero und then, hut ho didn't. In live minutes had finished Hindis lunch, uu I was feeling in buppy spirits, Ihl.-oit Vt'C V'vus. "" 1 1,11 1 Twenty Reasons. A great many people en lot uu- derstiind why tho fuinalo p irtion of tho comuitiuity prefur sober meu. Tho matter is simple enough. 1. Wives liko sober husbands be-Iter cause they can rcusou with a sober mun, 2. The soboriuau is moro compuu-! lonablo. 3. Sobor mcu havo pri lo, und prido is a woman's main hold. 4. Sobriety tniaus a oomfjrtablo homo. 5. Good clothes for mother and childron. G. A houso of yonr own. 7. Kvouiugs ut homo instoal of iu a barrootn. 8. Bettor health aud enjoyment of ! lifo. i. An clovatod view of lifo and a bodho of your responsibility. 10. You aro n credit to your wife and childron, 11. IVople that onoe despised you will now bloss you. 12. Your word will be guaged us you resist tbo tempter. 13. Young mou will pattern after you. ,11. You will bo an ornament to society and the wbolo town iu which you live. . 15, Tbe whole community will take pride in you and wish thoy bad more like yon. 10, Your family and friends will appreciate you. 17. Your enemies will admire yonr path of sobriety. 18. Scoffers will be disarmed by your works. 19. Your manly qualities will grow with your years 20. God will bless you. . Out of 103 cases of sunstroke nt Dayton. 0 within tbo lust few days thirty have proved fatal, Popular Delusion i W.iis'i Have Coon Expelled. That milk is compound of wale, chalk and sheep's s.bmach. Milk al ways comos from tho vow a great nsy from the cow, Tliitbriss band music is unpleas ant lo the car. Wo know of a ru ! who lived f'r years next, d ir to a baud-room "d has never ntteie 1 ono 0 )'ii)l lint iu ull that ti uj. He m .1.... f n,l. ! That railroads aro intended for the beuclit of corp iiMli m. They are iiileu led for too l mi nit of lh peoplii tho pnoplo who hold tho majority of stock, That a small hoy hair nu over coat, lie lovos it so well dislikes to wi'ir it nut. that be 1 nut whistling is disagree ildo II ! i nlways ngrei able t ) tho whistler. 1 hat diuggists aro eUoYtionat.i in .ket captures s.i much id it that but; very little of it comes on tho m irket. that liny lool can write poetry. It is only a fool hero uu l til jr j woo can do it. 1 ual women go to ciiuivli to sen other wuuieu's bonmils. Thev meiely go to slio.v their own. Tint boy tiiinks ho kuoivs mine than his father. Ilo only piidus him-elf ou his sujiDii ir intelligence. iii.u I'm sell -coiiceite.i man , thinks everybody is u fool. ,7o 'Iocs not inel ilo one person in tho citegmy, niunly. myself. i That peoplo leil i to bo lauglm I at. l.ooU at the low come ban. for illhlllUCO. I! 1.7 til 'I'i' M.K'Vyif. Freckles and Sunburn. A Now York paper h is tho follow 1 u'1" u" ll,5"u " m"'" ,U,)M'' 1 ing cures for liieHu so much di,jide I '".'ouipuui.in.'uU of hot wcaliior uud warm Minds : 1. r.niso und then s piee.o the Juico out of tho comm ou ehiekiv.-u I sud to this juico ad I three ti.-mis the 1 quantity of soft water. Hathu the Jskiu with this for live or ten minutes i uud wash afterward with clean ivn. uight aud morning. a, KKlor Uowhih hImuM 1o tioiihM I und applied exactly in tho sain.i man nr. When llowers aro not to bu b id i tho distilled water from ( which imiv bo procured from un druggist ) will uuswer the purpose. II. Ilnuey, oiie ounce, mixed with onupiut of 1 uke '.variu water ; when cold it forms a good lotion. This is commonly called honey wash. i. 'lho carbon. do of pitash, t'.veii- ty grains ; milk of iilmou ls, tliruo joun ;os i oil of sassafras, three drops. Mix aud tipply Uoor three ti.uus a day. Ha LIvoJ Tiiure. "Are you tbo tax collector for this ward 1" ho usked as they ro lo t gut her ou tho platform of tho car, "No." "Assessor f" No," "Waterworks mun !'' "No." "Anything to do with tho census!" "Nothing of tho sort. Why do you ask " "Why, saw you eomiug out of a house ou Sprout atreot tho other day with two chairs, a broom and an ottoman Hying after you, aud I said to myself that you were an offloiul or agent of some sort, und had nuintou tiouully offended tho woman," "No, I'm no official or agent," replied the mau, In a looesorao voice "1 live there and that woman is my wife. Savey 1"" "Yoa bet 1" was the sympathotio respoose, and tbey kept closer to- glhr aud took a chow from the some box. Detroit Free fruit. '28, 1 881. NO, MISSING. $100 Reward. Mi-ising, alall, slout-complosion-ed gi'iiti'iui in, llvo f.nt sit in''h's of a:e, 'JS jca; sin height, pin's hair, green ryes, m itive eyi brows II i In I on wh' ii lat seen, a pair of swal'nw-l'iili'd tron-.ers, Willi sau sage Mi i-ii-d sli eVts, fashioiial'le mill lou-cutlel wai.st-cjut, wit li cast irou tiioiuiiiis mi. I knitti'l iiiiilioauf l ',;s, a doii'.ile b n 1'ided fioek coal a itli trii' c ill ir mi 1 1 ib ii'i; lining'. I loino I wiili Ihron ll nini-i's ; witer igllt I'.lliV.H boots, wit'i p ! I tin iojih l.ic.) I n;i at tho Kidos ; niil.'li- box hat, low-ciowticd, trimmed : k,u:h u r mnd tlio e lgus w ithout the i li.ip i a pair of giecu und white stockings.with potato heclsiilid sides: U Tarlai iau necktie, rather down ut 1 1, ,,.,.H n, I mad of belief, tied (.'atdoi il lel'.rrs. This l-ii.'iil.ir 'geiillem iu was b. ru aft. r his vmiii" - n r brother. Ins uioll.er being ubaciit ou caidi oceasi ' , , n. Snvul hy Cl.risllan Patience. l.,owver ran into (ho house '' I lit ' I'scile I an I r I in the fl'''- " 1 her hubiad askud h.;t , rtii wroi.g. I a u a iiristi in," sho replied. "lltl l I don't like to ijnatTf!, but that Mrs. Jenkins is jmt too much." ... .. "U hy, wh it s tho in itter f -So., iii. ,11,.,1 ;,. i : . . ( "Ihil S.IO ? And "hut did JOU say 'bliek ?" 1 .. , , , ". t n wor I, I just lnM her she was :t mean, t ittliug, goo i f ir-uoth- , , . , , , lllg, tloless. Ii.y, hloiicliy. slovelily. cm eless, gi l.ly, si lly, gabbling, gos- Niping thirg, nud nil the iieiglmts l.iii. w it, aud in. In, l v likud her, und I wouldn't speak to In r if she didn't belong to our church, mi l then I c line wny. I kuow if I had uot con- . "'ll my toiupcr Id huvu suid I something to make her mad, audi joii.;htu't to do that " ' 'l'h"U shu tlippal do vn into a cu ur, un..i her iiuninu i smile I in a ipienr sort of way. uud her face gut r.'dder than ever, uud only her I 'urist i in pnU'MiCj a ivuj hui Suit fniii'i'it' lit r i' f. i.imnwNfxja 1 V-'"U Lcienee. , At the crn-cti mal tribunal of the Si ine, u ,pi ie i.i bt o'i;;;it in. iiccuh- ' "'": 1 ig'i'lty of n i.ui- Kl""-'" I'.v ih u.; i crowd, un I ob- ! wtriK-lin. tho Tout N nf, Tho .Mag i t"v..j dennui i. : i "Thou Hcauip ! How is it thou ''! -ves'. such a cro.v I ubo it thue. liUl Htfllnst H ) Ill'lM tif ii) V n(!!jiiV:.'' i ... " "wuour I is .1 ym ki-ow i,,inv m,,"' p'pln ciusa tho lVut u,,t "' u'1 ''our. How sho d I I !" "JI nv ui my dj yon think, M- Jngo!" ; "I tell tlua I don't kti ).' ' "Wull, then, M. lo Jilge, let Us' say ton thousand. Noiv, how many , . r n...- . .1 . i.:. I : . ... ...v"U juu I.IH01 hiu itmui nlloil 'li tn in in ivlmn il i iiimf" I oiionnio iu wuou u laillSf "Oil ousts' PeiliunA Iiiiii.Iim.I " v.i. pusis . 1 1 iiiajis u iiuiiiiie.i, "It is too in .nv ! Ii il T 1 ,1 p n lii.! ii 11 IS 10 1 llluy j U.Hl li IVO 1110.11 to you, nud take tho nine thousand , 1 Iniiin hundred. Thoso iirumv cus- (oiuers, .i, io J uge. Lan I help it if G jd undo thom fool f" The Boar ; the E!iio-3otllo and the . ' Musquito. There is familiar Western nt ory of a tame hear, which, seeing a blue bottle on its sleeping mantel's nose, tried to bout it oil' with a blow of its paw, but iu tho attempt damaged his frieud's nasal organ. A similar tale is told iu tbo ".Mukasa-jutaku." Iu this birth tho Kodhisat wus a tindesmuo who went from village to villuga to dispose of wai os. Ono day, when tt tho bojjo of a carpenter Mboso head wus liko a copper por ringer, a mosrjuito alighted thereon, und tbo carpenter called to his son, who was near, to drive it awuy. The eon, taking a sharp axo for tbe purpose, aimed a blow at tho imeot, but split bis father's bead in two, and killed bim On seeing what was done tho Bodbisat said that a wise enemy wus better than a fool ish rotative or friend.- The Von temporary Heckle. I" 11 IS l0!ST. I'uMished very Thiirsdav Evenlnsj JKSEMlAn CnOUSB, Prop Terms of Subscription, TWO I)OI,M IU I F.R ANNUNf. Tar. bMo vilhin six inniilhs. or '-'.oOifnnt psid williin iheyrnr; No tisper dis roiitiiiucd until all srrenrnires are paid unices at tho option of the pub lisher Sulwi ilpiiotis nut-ido of the conn(.r rWAUI.K IN AliVANCB. Syl'rrsiins lifting nnd uning papers addressed .o others liccoinc suiwchliers slid sre linhle fnrthe priro of the paper J THE GSEiTJEIN CURE . '7if fi7 Si-iiti ri.ttitr, tin morn ' Ifo- 'i'.yi on l Skin ltl(;Xl OHM il..i. W. Hr..wn. I. .r,,l , frorl.liei s, II. I . rur. il I r u I ir IU -iinliM d Kin. Tm II ni-.r not si t1!" 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