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Sweet Country Coutini.
Mow deer to the heart are the sweet
XVhen dog days of summer betfln to
When brink hare frrown hot and when
sunntrokp by doxen
Fill body with anguish and bosotu
The green waving Held and the sweet
The 'scaping from turmoil toqulet and
The rloh, creamy milk which the ready
Aod e'en the brown couhIiis who live
on the farm;
The plain oountry cousins, the uncul
The sweet country cousin who live
on the farm.
The weet country ooulnt oh, aro'nt
they a tri'ujture?
How handy to have at the vaeatlou
And paying one' board In too costly a
When all oan be had without Hpending
How irieaaaat to live on rich cream
and rlie berries,
Freifh, gxjdon-huetl buttor and oake
light and warm,
free una of the horeee, the cart and
Of sweet, country couhIu who live on
The plain oountry oouhIiik, the uueul-
The sweet country couhIim who live on
How dear are the sweet country cous
ins in summer!
How fragrant the meadow, romantic
But straightway your faros begin to
At thought of their visit next winter
The theatre, tho concert, the leoture,
Expended lit tickets? tho thought
give a (Minim;
The sequel of summer I not quite so
.Why don't the sweet cousins remain
on their farm?
The brown-vlsoged cousin, the great
Tire clodhopper cousin should stay on
A Rhyme for the Time.
What shall w do with the horrible
The club-footed, claunuy, stick to you
Wna there u'vr mioli a pest
Come on earth to molest,
Egypt or any whero under the skies?
luto our oars, if we lie down or rise,
Into our none, ubiquitous (lies,
And never we slap one.
Hut lot there ooiuo flap one,
Just where the other chap met hi
Into the butter, and Into the plea,
Provoking profanity, large in site;
And though, in each inllk-plate,
Thousand may meet their fate,
Tlau't a troumotance unto the flies.
We sit down to write, and try to de
spise Their mean circumvention, when
A spot unprotected
And "claim" made out by the villain
Fain would we sleep, but 'tlsfolly that
Borne part of our picture i counted a
Then they come in relays,
With a pluck that dismays,
And we talk In Sanscrit, which don't
hurt the flies.
Come thou calm night, with thy coo I
Shut us from torture, and pity our
Give u kind soothing dreams,
For, as far as It seems,
Vo other refuge I safe from the Alio.
Wm. Lyle in Rochetter EsprrM. '
K . i
On tho day of victory no weariness
Talk is cheap bat ft good example
' Tree politaaeaa is a tender thought
fulpeaa of bUiers. .
The beat throw with the dice, is
to throw them away.
Oeniaa begins great works j labor
eJoce finish) sham. .
Love Is fever critic ! Hate can
paidoo more than lore. '
Opportunity, sooner or later,
nomas jo all work and wish.
, To win, work end wait bat work
good deal mors than yoa wait. -
Cor;: "meats art often nothing
r '- ' rir-"J mnetbe
for Tb Posr.
nr pr. it. RoTimocK.
Tho more the prisoners ware
abased, the more fondly did their
thonghts turn to the old flag, under
whioh they had fought, and whioh
was the symbol of bnppiooss and
pleuty at home, "Wo bare coofi
dence in our gorernmeut," was a re-
mark oflon made in reply to accuse
tiona by tho rebels that oar govern-
meet did not care whether we starr
ed or not. Wbon I consider that
this was tbo common laocruago of
men suffering nndor miseries raroly,
if ever, parallolod in history i can
not be astonished that the Union ex
ists to day.
I foel a oonsciona joy that tbore
was no act of mine, daring a bitter
impiiuoniuoot, to diagraco that dear
old flag. In reforing to the North,
as diutiuguishod from the Soatb, it
was often spoken of as ''God's conn
try," aod the old flag as "Clod's
flag." Such was the halo of glory
with which all its associations seem
Incidents wero of snoh frequent
occurrence patriotically illustrative
of the prisoners' devotion to the
glorious Stars and Stripoa, that I
will here relate one expression made
by a color-Sergeant of ouo of the
regiments captured at Lookout
Mountain, who died some time in
While bis companions wore ron-.
deriog tho last sorrioos to him that
rode preparation for tho graro al
ready described, they discovered his
regimental flag, whioh he had eo
oftoa boruo in battle, wrapped about
lie had piacod it sooretly thore to
shield it from traitor bands, lie
could not bear that his lorod symbol
of his country's glory should bo dos-
ecrated by tbo bauds of traitors.
Rererontly bis comrades gazed npoa
its folds, and siloutly, with tearful
eyes, agaiu restored it, as a fit cov
ering for his noble breast, to be
bariod with him, boro was guanine
patriotism. And was a glorious
wiudlcg sheet for a patriot ! Dying
moo clung to little metnontooa, such
as a miniuture tlug, or the badge of
their army corps. But it was tbo
gooeral constancy with which mon
ever dung through all thuir .misery,
with love to their oountry and its
cause, whioh spoko mora eloquently
than any mere iooidoot of their de
votion, and the triumph of princi
ple over cirouraatauoes of misery.
Hero as in othor prisons, a fear
ful epidemic roigned, termod by old
prisoners " Exchange on the brain."
r reqaent rumors of exchange were
circulated designedly by the rebols,
for the purpose of quiottng desporate
men, and preventing the formation
of dangerous plots for release and
Cftea these ramors seemed to
hare some foundation.' Unco t
priest who bad charge of the spirit
ual derelepmeat of the prison com
mander, Wirze, came into prison,
and read to a large concoarso of
prisoners, gathored to bear, extracts
from a paper purporting to giro
news of an exchange about to take
place at Savannah. Prisoners oom
ing in from Sherman's army brought
news of a raid under Stoneman and
The next news we hoard was, that
Stoneman's caralry was fighting
around Macon i and then again it
was annonnoed that Stonoman and
hiswholo army was captured and
made prisoners of war. This was
partially confirmed by men belong
ing to nis loroe, coming in as cap
tires. They informed ns of the
siege of Atlanta, and reitorated the
former newe of an exchange agreed
upon i bat when and where it was
to take plaoe, they bod no informa
tion. When Stoneman was raiding to
wards ns, with evident inteutions of
releasing the prisoners i when ra
mors came of bis baring arms for
the prisoners, whioh I hare ainoe
ascertained was true. oar hearts
beat high with a glorioas hope.
Those who bad previously had
tendeneies of exchange on the brain,
weat fearfully wild with tbo dee of
release in the same plaoe, A few,
who bad learned by bitter experi
ence bow naeertaiu every thing In
Dixie was, while cheered by bright
prospects, put bnt little tool ooofl
denoe n thjsm.
Some, pinned their faith and hope
MIDDLEBURG, SNYDER COUNTY,
they were nn willing to wait eron a
day, and whin at last they found
their hopes and faith disappointed,
sank into donpondoncy from whioh
ootbiog conld aroaso thorn, and
Rumors and statements of ex
change wore eo froqoontly mado and
backod by eridenco which looked
plausible, that the prisoners wore
oxpoctant and dospoodont by turns
during July aod August.
Tbose two months wero tho most
terrible of aoy experienced by the
general prisoners. Nino thousand
wero said to Imro died during that
epace of timo, wonderful mortality.
I ono day in August, no loss than
ono hundred and sixty prisoners
diod, and tbo avorngo was orer a
hundred daily. From the 1st of
Feb. to the 16th of September,
twelre thousand Federal Soldiors,
prisoners of war, wore carried from
tbo prison to tbo dead man's trench
and tbo felon's burial.
Many of tbo deaths woro hasten
ed by despondency. Aftornn usual
excitement about exchange fol
lowed by diRsppointment, deaths
were tho most frequent.
Extreme boat, during July and
August, was often followed by days
dark with intermittent showers
On one occasion, during such a pe
riod, the ground was rondorod so
hot by tho intense rsys of the san as
to blistor my foot by mere contact.
This poriod of heat was followed
by tain in snob quantities as in a
few boars to causo a freshet, which
swept away tho stockade where the
brook entered, and loft tho prison t
and also swept away portions on the
nortb-wost Bido, by tbo flowing of
the water down the bill-eide.
Wrotohed oroaturos all over the
prison were crawling out of bolos in
the ground, in which they had bur
rowed, half drowued with tbo water
which had suddenly filled them can
teens, plates, bits of wood, blankets,
spoons, pails, and hats, wero swept
away down tbo billaido, tho prison
ers frantically rushing after thoirde
eorticg good and habitations.
The only washing sorao poor fol
lows got was on such an oooasion.
It was curious to observe the differ-
out maunor in whioh various indivi
duals accepted of suoh a diuponsa
tion. Some laughod, others sworo,
and abused futo, many scroamod,
and criod as if mad, wbilo still othor
orouubod in the rian, or fuw tho
whole soeno unmored, as if gazing
on a panorama with which thoy had
I sat at such tunos crouching in
the rain, my body bent up in a man
ner to bring pry kneos, stomach, and
bead in close proximity, betwoon
which were folded and placed my
jacket and ragged blanket, my back
exposed to tho rain, forming a kind
of roof to Loop tboso ralaables from
Bat all in rain each an effort.
Tho force of tbo rain, raaniog down
the bill-eiuu, oontinaally upsot me,
by undormining tUb sand benoath
my feet, until at last losing my
blankot and philosophy, misorob'a
and grotesque as others, 1 went
rushing and pitching after my tin
pail and blunkot, caught up, and
carried away by tbo torrent.
Large forces were thrown oat to
protect the portions of stookado
swept away by tbo flood, and keep
the prisoners from dosperate at
tempts at eBoapo. All night nndor
arms these forces woro kept in fight
ing position until tho rain stop
ped, and the stockade was repair
ed. Night and day artillery was man
ned, whioh commanded the broken
portions of the stockade, and erery
precaution taken against the eeoape
of prisoners. One great good re
sulted from this freshet. On the
hill side where the stookado bad
been broken away, a spring was dis
covered, whioh supplied an abund
ance of pare water to ns poor
wretches, greatly in contrast with
the filthy stream which bad been
oor only supply daring tbo sam
Shortly after the foregoing event
i became engaged in a tunneling
operation whioh name near proring
fatal to its projector. Tunnels did
not usually oave in, for these rea
sons the top of the earth, after the
tanned passed under the dead-line,
was Interlaced by roots, , aod fibers,
whioh formed euflcUnt adhesive
power, In most parts of the stockade,
to keep the earth from fsrlng lu,- '
i a 1 ' -
a! thing hard and
osso, howovor, after we got boyond
t - 1 a l a
iue siocKaae, on ttio ontsnlo, wc
ran into sandy soil, where our tnw
Two of as wore digging in the
daytime, wbea, low, and behold, the
tunnel caved in, in our roar, and ef
fectually cut off our rolroat into the
stookado. Gradually it cotumencinl
falling upon us, fillingour oars, eyos,
and months with dirt.
Thero soemoJ to bo no rolonse
from our critical condition, except
by digging apward, whioh wo com
menced to do with foar and tromb-
ling, as that operation was always
attended with dtngor of being buriod
Suddonly, down camo a mass of
earth above us, which did not as wo
anticipated, bury us so deop, but,
that wo scrambled out of it, sbriok
ing with torror. Tho rebel guard
at that timo, coming around with the
relief, roscnod us from our awful
couditiou tbo only timo I was over
glad to soo a rebel, or have his as
sistance. During the last of August, rude
barracks were in process of con
struction in tbo nppor portion of tbo
now stookado. This looked like
preparations for a wintor sojourn,
and gave ns but little comfort, as
tbose buildings consisted of roof
only, on upright posts, and tbore
was no prospect of moro than a few
being accommodated by tboso frail
On the weary, woary, dreadful
days dragged slowly along, amid
suffering and doath in prison. . Sep
tember came Ovor fifty of my
oomrados bad died since the term of
their imprisoumont began, which
was not so large in proportion to
thoir number, as occurred in otbor
companion capturod at tbo same time
The majority of our mass or aqnad
wero veieraos strong mon, inurod
to hardships and exposure by pre
vious experience in camp and the
field. Scarcely any of my company
died until after the middle of July i
The month of August, swept thorn
away by tho hundreds. In that mooth
an epidemic of dysontory broko out
m camp, and could not bo oon trolled
by tbo crude medioiuos the rebels
bad iu store to trout sick. Tbo only
astriugout wo bit I wu j nvicoratod
while-oak bark. Ouo pomid of thi
wo would add to a oamp-kuttluful of
water, boil it for ten minutes, thou
when cool, wo would givo about a
tables spoonful evory two hours.
This was all the modicino wo had at
our command to allay tho dreadful
scourge that disoaso makes wbon it
appears in the form of an .epidumio
roor boys I Aoble follows I As 1
recall their names, memory brings
each face, pale with prison suffering,
before me. I cannot have but groat
er faith in human nature from hav
ing known thorn. Dear oomrados 1
endoared to me by many sufferings I
guilty of no orimos i theirs was a
death of lingering torture, to which.
in comparison., tho devices of the in
qaistton would have beon mercy.
Victims of a relentless hatred
which has not ceased with tbo war,
your nameless, crowded graves dot
the prison burial ground, and
point a solemn moral to tbo barbari
ties enacted at Andorsonvill the boll
holes of rebeldom.
To-day, when the men of Georgia
ask the rights tbey formerly exercis
ed, aod among them the right of ex
oldding the negro from the ballot
box. I wonder, wether tbose patriot
bones do not start from their crowd
ed, shallow graves to bear teatimony
that, while living, every publio op
inion, and erery white man of that
locality banded with blood-hounds
to prevent their escape, forming a
net work of vigilance through which
it was almost an impossibility to
break, and their only dependanoe
was in the blscks, the unionists
alone of that section, who harbor
ed them when it was a peril to their
lives, and gave them of their food
when they bad bnt a bar subsist
ten oe for themselves.
Ton who tit by the quiet firesides
and read these reoords of snfferinn-.
reflect, when yon hear the olsmor
ingsof those who era trying tore
gala lost power, that tbey are those
who, all over that southern land, by
their silence consented, or by action
endorsed, the barbarous treatment
ander wbioh anion men lingered,
suffered and died amid tbo tortures
of starvation. . ..' . . J !
1L 0 m i
Don't Know hit History
One ot the ofllco kids loft the door
open and bo managed to blow in.
He had boon skirmishing on tbo out
sido for some timo, aud improvod
tho first favorable opportunity to
make his preonco felt.
"Lend tno a quarter, boss," he
nnid. "I'm looking for wouoy from
tho east, but tho draft don't Boom to
get around as soou aa I expoclud. I
will bo "
"That don't wash. Tako it to
the Cbinose opium dcu. Aro you a
Well, no. I'vo been pretty low
down iu thia world lmve seen what
yon might coll northwest sido ol
the sling back hickory, but, honesty.
I never was a journalist, fvo work-
. . . a 1 1..
oa iu a niftugiitur iioiiNO, nun uun
ditches in tbo swamp lands of 1 11 i
uois. and blackened boots and ten-
led a Turkish hath room bat I
never was a Journalist. No, I '
''We've nothing to-day for yon."
"Boss, I just bcliovo if you know
my past history yon would feel im
pelled to negotinto this loan of a
quarter. Ouly a qunrter of a dollar,
I'vo had an evontful career, boss,
Bure as you aro a foot high. My
"Havou't time to liston to your
"No f That's what I thought.
Well, you soo my mother diod whou
I was only a two-year old t and
whoa I was tLrco my father was
knocked off aa oyster sloop by the
main boom wheu she was a jibliug in
C'bosapeako bay. That juuibod me
out onto tho woods all alono at a
very tendor age, and since then I re
bad to rustle like a dead Cottonwood
iu a blizzard. Well '
Now eay, if you don't go out
wo'llgot tbo foreman to flro you
through tbo roof."
Yes ; wo. I got in with nn Ital
ian organ griudiug family iu Now
York, and being sumll of my ago
and small featured, tbey dyed my
faoo and hands, sowod a tail on to
cue, rigged mo out in a rod dress
skirt and bluo polonaiso, and passed
ino off for a monkey. You wouldn't
tuiuk that to look at mo now, would
"If you don't
"Well, of oourso I outgrow all such
nonsense as that, aud got to go to
school for a couplo of mouths, aud
plnyod with the very kids who used
to put pennies in my cap wheu I was
a monkey. When I got some big
gerl shipped as a slush oook on i
whaling brig, aud was gono throe
years, taking in a mighty sight more
ocoan travol and exporlouo than we
did wbulos. Wbon came to sottle
up with the captain ho figured the
account, "An ought's an ought,
aud two's two t thoro ain't any oil
comiug to yoa j so I was landed in
Baltimore without a son markoe in
ia my jeans. What did I do
then ? "
"Now if "
"Why, you see thoro was a circus
in towu with a gorgeous old inansg-
etio, and tbo mauager of the oou
corn had lost bis ekpl'au', trainer-
ran off with the clown's wife and
as I bad eeoa some elephant training
in Calcutta wbord we laid iu for re
pairs for a oonplo of months, I
slruok him for a job, and old Bom
bostio the boat trick elephant whioh
ever appeared before tbo crownod
beads of Kurope Was tamed ovor to
me. The old hide-bound cuss aud
mo got along firstsate and we show
ed all over the north wost. One of
bis star triaks was for me to lie down
and he'd walk over me. Well, ono
day some sneak of a canvass man
gave him a quart of whiakoy tnixod
iu about two pounds of sugar, and
when the afternoon performance
came on Bombastio was so blind,
crazy drank that ho stepped on that
band and mashed it thinner than
greonbaok newspaper. Looks bad,
don't It 1 Tbers is a whole temper-
anoe lecture and a prohibition amend'
ment to the constitution in that paw.
Sines then I've never touched a drop
of liquor, and never . will."" Oome,
m. sway, bot if you'd had tbe sMy-f A flaolo Out, clergyman
sipelas for three yeara and a balf,jl? , fog f9nat w
straight beat, your noee would sag-
geet a bad break at some time of
your life or other, , Lend "ay, a
quarter, and 111 make t all right.
The Cluck scribe, for a variety of
reasons whioh epaos f jrbid rebeare
iug just now, threw hi-n a two bit
nieoe with the bolo uluacaclpiitaJr'lln.''v i"" ..o1.j
orfloger, snnppod it np to tho ceil
ing, rnught it iu his tno nth and on J
denly shook it out of bis sleeve.
"That' one of tuy littlo Irgerdp
maingngs. Always like to givo value
received. Good dnr. See yon sub
lie mutt hnvo worked Bomebod
elso for nnuthnr, quarter, for rvhei
the tVicc mnn wearily clonol biV
labors for the d.iy, and sought hi
summer villn, ho stumbled ovor the
elephant trniner lying dead drunk' oi.
tho sido walk, and smnihml tho oth
er band. Spirit woro bovorini! not r
but they wero not the spirit of jusi
mou made wrfict. Vlmlc
W to Words.
Half tbo ill wo bentd in ooi
hearts nro ills bemuse wo liosnl
Wounds of the hrnrt nre tho od1
ones that nro benlcd by opening
Grnnt mou and geniuses find
their truo plaeea iu titues of great
Troubles borrowed and stolen
ont-numbor by far all others in tbi
The moans to promoto any ond
are as necessary ns tho end to be
It is ensy look down on ourselves
Is tho difficulty.
On tho neck of tho young mnu
sparkles no gem so gracious as en
terprise. Tho rcpronclies of enemies should
quicken us to duty, and not keep ns
Ho who liros only to booofit him
self confers on tho world a benefit
when bo dies.
It is ouster to got a mnn fighting
ngniiiBt all tbo world thin to make
him fight with himsolf.
Muko no more rows to perform
tbi or Hint i it slows no groat
Btronght, and makos theo ride bo
Wheat Maxims in Small Compass.
The following information about
wheat growing has beon condonsed
and is growing tbe rounds iu vari
1. Tbe boBt soil for wheut is rich
2. Whoat likes n good, big. soft
X ('lover taruod uuder makes just
such a led,
1. Tbo bunt Bood ia oily, heavy,
plump and clean,
5. About two incbos is tho host
doptb for Bowing tbo seod.
G, Tho drill puts in tbo sood bet
tor and choaper than broadcasting.
7. From tbe middle of Septeml or
to the lust of Outobor ia tbo best
time for sowing,
8. 'rilled, ono bushel of sood per
aero ; if sown broadcast, two bushels
9. One hoayy rolling nftor sowing
docs mnon good.
10. Por flour, cut wbon tbo grain
begins to burden ; for seed, not un
til it has hardonod.
When the ridor in the gniso of a
drunken spectator etnggered into a
oircas ring at Marquett Mich., and
the ring master wont through with
tbe usual foolery of ejecting Liur.,
incidentally remarking that no police
men wero even present wlen order
neoded to bo restored, a German of
ficer hastilod tbe performer off to
jail, in spite of all protests add ex
planations, "A oboko is a oboke," he
but von a mnn r.ay vero is do nolic,
and vy don'd doy arrest dot drunk
man, don do Marquette bolioo ia in
dot violnidy, and don'd yoa forgot
id, Mr. Circus, I bed you.
"Vho are yon " asked tbe magis
trate of tbo dirty faced little Waif
who stood trembling ia the dock.
"I'm a child of sorror." whimper
ed tbe nrehin.
What aro yoa sorrow about T"
"Notbin mnob, only dad and moth
er get mad, and fight six nights out
of a week. Dot dad gets licked er.
ery time and I'm sorry, 'cause It's so
rough on dad."
fflomobody baa written a history of
pies bat it is upt a pioos work.
there is no too study that is not
eapabl pt delisting M iffe. a jjtl
application to ti .
Dashfuloess 'rwr sometimaa at.
PuMifthtot ewry TliurSda'.
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PAVAUt.B IN AllVANCB.
M9lVri;n llftinir and usimr natte
addressed other- heroine sufmeriber
and re linhlp forllie price nfllie paper
Malarf.1 is an almost in
describable malady which
hot even the most talented
physicians arc able to fath
om. Its cause i most fre
quently Ascribed to local
surroundings, and there w
very littlo question, but this
opinion i substantiated by
f icts. Malaria docs not ncr
cssarily mean chills a
fever while these v
often alTects their
panied by lo
and a lv
cr an' .scs flesh
day ; , , until ho be
com inerc skeleton, a
. of his former sdf.
Mil.rin enr Katnc laid h
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d-Hjr or th iy!
lo nvrvoua ni
v,lm U thrown von
imMn. Tho nodv
to-oak and tnfnhlcd aUorha -)
nournhmoni. hut ttihaUitn noon
liKlf, tho dignltr organ m
lonfrr fjarfcrni their runrtlonaf
lha llvar bvcnmaa torphl. ah
orfana (allln to do thalr mitina
and diMolutKm aod domth mn ays
tn srMltioh to ticinc a certain cum
for malaria tint chilli ami fever,
Drown laoH llirrtas l highly
recommended for all diieuei ftqula
Ing certain and efficient tonic ea
rciallyim!lgertlon,dyiperia,lntrr. fnittcnt fevers, want of appetite, lots
of strength, lack of encray, etc.
fcnrichei the blood, atrenctheaa the
muscle, and give new lift to tbo
ticrvc. Acts like a charm on th
tligexiv orpins. It U for by
all resiectabl dealer tn medicine,
Jiricc, 1 1 jcr buttl
Be sure end et th genuine
feROWN'8 IRON B.ITTSM.
Tk bo otbtr.
PRIVATE SALE OF
THE nndernigrjod offers at privato
ale, tho fiillowliiK dnerltail Kaat Mlaia K
"'! farm situate In Frank lla tw., Sntdor.
Ci.., Fa. M mllo Wa,i ot MlUdleliUmr ooalala.
orth hsat lima atotia land, jhron araarsct
aO a Rood frame ilwdlllna hoaaa, barn, and oil.
ar outhullclintt wall of wood watrf .'
door, llnariDic water on th tartn-llirlnnu
ToonKorrkard of oliolB Irnli tnu t-arik in 1
blub auta ofoultlrailon.
jostf n wAi.rtn,
m$ anav Arldraas;
Ccntrcville, Snyder county. Pa.
Ia Anent lor LANCK k YAlltttn'rt
lixatcil at MlKt Llftnfuil.ara, All rtaa
wlrlilny to prooure M(.7 tl M f.MX, TllMH.
STllSts, In fnnt anftblnn lolha MarbiaJIno1
rhould ot tall tn oall on Ur. Sohradar an1 aoaf
atrlvs and loin rloa, Jan !, 'Sl.tl.
AGood Salary !
and traveling ettnr:iis Is whattvarf sarsosa '
ful saloanian will rooalvo who ssaasas with '
Anv man of iluok,nriiv and rallai.UUr an
unotad, Wa ottar aH'clal indurareanta IwyoBif
anv otkar nrm. Ncra brluaa you renita.
kt iKi'MiriiHT and unou (ir. rartl
oulars furnllliacl on anulleatlo. Addraa
(with itaoii') stating ax.
Ii. r, ATTWtlODatlO..
Aof . I, lis.
ow k'.ro ika'
Tou aaa saak una
tar at work (of '
I ansth'no ofo. tlau.
mi not nae-io.i. wa will atari, you, T J 4 ,v
and upwards mala at bom by I La Iniiuiirleas,
Man, woman, boya and altls wantxl avrrwkara
to work for u,. Now I, thn lime. Yoa eaa
work In spar time only r ylv your wul
llmala Ik buluo. You san llvs at boino
and do ilia work. Nonlhar buaiaaaS will par
lu naarly as wall. No on can fall lo ml
normoua pay by annexion at oaoa, Uosit
tlutnt and torins free. Won.y tuad fail, sat
Iy, and honorably. Address 1'av a Co
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MAftfiLfi
Tombntones. Btatuos, Urns, Vason
LAM tin, for Children' U trs,
Pott i, LiuteU, Tnlilclnpt, Marble ifui
titttie MtintrU, it.
All thoi who dalr tdpnrokai txashitoBM
anytbln ala nauufartard at lbs anaveai
lloaad trJarbl work,, akoald eonabll th tdf
alKBaxI al, bfor pnrnhallnk alsSktr.
. . SAMl'M. jKiVVKN. r
Julylt'lS-tr Mlddlt.tafi.bay ta.f
t wfll mall Iffwt tbi, feati.t f.r sfrapto
Trelakl tinlan thai wllf rmt Twrr
Krwoklos, Pi ia plan and tllniehaa, lvla
lloaa for Drodaelaa a laxurlwai anait .1 k.ia
on a. bald head or raoUi fan. Adra. IB-
Oloalaa la. Siarju. BtN' VANUkXr h C If
fcarelay m.. ttrj . '
Tks advortlaar bavin kra swraaaaaatlv'
IK!!.'! "NSSaMlsl tbSkBa, Vklrt
"."' Aaahiaa, llrwikllKa,.
Ha rtasa wlabla tbe rraaaiidt wall a
.iww...,.K.,.iueii, bW wm 71
Wllllaaubargb, M.T. ,
ERKORS OF VOtTTH.
raouaa av akiw ta.ai,rav, i. tra,
bawasaura. waaavav wUkta 14 pvUt l5
lit) SlUVttrtlalSar sM. .. SaW .A. b.o J.
a ui .
4rag H iwrfHMait.isac..
res ntXtrm -9v.
car ot tkal dr-ad dUaa, Uoasaaabilo. ky a a.
f."P'f U aaahw to lusak hk-w I,
his Ullaw-watfaror ika niaaui af fa. To all
bodralt, b lllMad p Jiu. ,
sorlntf Aaa. (fiaauf akarwa Iwflk ik. 1 J.. '
At WBtitii.iTT. rwti4Vtjs ST
tk. will rarlb Mka f aaW.rswai aaseMr
aaJ fro u aU uaatl it. imai axtaai
Hlttuil turk fit '""-a1