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tottle'- - .
When'the mists have rolled in Olen or
From the beauty of thehtlls,,
And the sthiShine,"Narm awltindei, -
• Falls in : kisses on,the •
We may read Love's shining letter
in the rainbow of the,spray ;.
We shall know each othcr, 'better,
When the mists have cleared away.'
We shall know as we are known,
Never more to walk alone,";‘
.I.m the. dawning,o'f .
When the mists have cleared away.
if we err inzbumran blindiless; -
And forget. that we are dust ! ; 1
If we miss
, the law of kindness, •
When we siTuggle to be just,
Snowy wingt of
shall. cover \
All the pain clouds our day.
When the weary watchis over, •
And the - mists have cleared - away.
We shall know as we are known,
Never more to walk alone,
In the dawning of the morning, - ,
When the mists have•eleared away.
When the silver mists have veilia
From the laces of our own,
Oft we deem their love has failed us,
And we tread our path alone ;
We should see them near 'and iruly,
We should trust them day by day,
Neither love nor blame unduly.
If the mists were cleared away.
We shall know as we are known,
Never more to walk alone,
In the dawning of the morning,l -
When the mists have cleared away.
When. Vie mists have risen above us,
As our Father knows His own, •
Face to face with thcse thwt . lovets,
We shall kubw as we are known ;
Love beyond the orient meadowS
Floats the golden fringe of day ;
Heart to beart,we hide the shadows,
Till the mists•have cleared away.
We shall know as we are known,
Never more to walk alone,
When the Day of Light is dawning,.
And the mists have - cleared away.
PREVALENCE' AND CIT 10§ITIES
From various sections of the country come I
complaints of the use of opium byteh fair sea:
It is charged that if druggists could 'only be in—
duced to disclose the secrets of the shop, the
male public would be thunderstruck .at`. the
•enormous ionstiMption of the exhilarating and
intoxicating drug by the - best, as 'well as the
Worst lemales in every cominunity. Extreme
care is taken to conceal this habit, , and in most
instances it is attended with com plete success)
Nor is the habit oottfined to the softer sex: ken_
take to it with the avidity of Mirk's, and with
the appalling certainty befozie thein t:f shatter
ed nerves and early death: The habitual 'use
of the most insiduous eneMy of the brain and
physique of either sex, used to kill care or lend
additional personal attractions, is among
the latest curses which hive visited the human
Once it was the custom of ladies of - aurope,
, . - .
and dot a few on this side the Atlantic, to ,
eat arsenic Tor the iniproyeuteut of theft. Chin
plexions: Viennese - beattly :was eePeeiellY be
te'? as the result of arsenic, taken, at, first in
'mall and innocent
. .doses, and in c reased in
quantity until enough was consurne by a sin
gle person to kill a half idOzen. clear were the
eyes, transparent the skin, hut the poison. not
being eliminated from the systenriacA,umulatekl )
and the Junos, and.. , ,Venuse,s of Vienna went
down to igmintinidus death—JUr ii is ignomini
ous when produced by , qtuses in opei or secret
defiance of the - hiws of health, whit the Crea
t has made plain to even the or inary un
derstanding. It is bad enough to i sulfee.,from
intoxication, resulting from that fashionable'
ennui and dissoluteness of Social lble, wllich
is, to-day, ruining English Women, 'and, , sad,
to say, has been inttoduced into Antericancir
, ties. ' \ . '
No object can be , more pitiable than a female ,
Bilenus wrapped about with silk find laces and
keeping unarm time With men whoibrutalizel
their manhood and sink into a moraliplame the,'
most deplorable. But the use and abuse of 4 1 .:
ium is even still worse. It is daily murder of
the finer sensibilities, the delicate aPpreciation
of the good, the:true, the beautiful,. and the'
holiest aspirations of a sex which ought to he:
an exemplar of .all::.; that IS heavenly in the hu
man eharacter,'';ft .- racks and destroys the capi
tal of the ner v ous „ system—the brain; and that
other capital of 'thi.. muscular syStem---tiie heart:. "
And worse still, like the fabled Circe, theprac, ,
tee dyad which s that shouldtroiViu peipekft-j
• e' - ' i
al strength, altitude, mi l l glory—the soul.u.-n
Drunkenness is now regarded as a disease;an'd'
to treated in inebriate asylum's.. ~it . is'eurable",",
and in most caeca the cure is radicalZeornftlete'.
But the opium
~ eatei,_,l p oisnns by, stealth,
and usually manages to conceal the failing for
years. 1 , - IL - ,-----,,- ~.%, , fer ;--
, De Quincy4as fortunately strong - enongh to '
`throw the drug :away after being a ctouching
SiaVO to it for the ,beat part of his !ife. Pole
:ridge never stieeeeded in freeing himself from
. its thraldom. That dreamY, unintelligible, - yet
melodious tragment, 91ninblti IChanPiiras einit
posed when he was under the infinee i ce of op-,
ium, and was transcribek tu , Part, on paptr
w hen be wax; 'ewelce‘ and , qa t rtiellY o=b e f;rft
heard the sound 'Of the cluicinier dying away.--
What that wonderful, Metaphysician and poet
would have heen had be . -il o: : : 4oCEnviedge4 '
himself the 'Willink homfaiiiiin ' Tilt a ' terrible
• master the world,will noW never knOw.:4 , -
The opium•eater is easily detected. hyt . a " fa-
Dallier spirit:" ~ There Is , an unnitOal. 'dream
seas of the eyes, and ' a flidpoB4iO4 : 1 0 #1 , 40#
in private life, ab= avoid 'nee of etowds, and a
love of solitary. or =wit y frequented , planxlc)
Ind 'thoroughfares, ivh '''`iinirlValrOpittelkif
self.immolato :. In the case of, females, the
transient and elling languor of look under the
ppertltion .oft e sedative and excitant soon b -
coinea pa., apii Melaneholy, The beautiful
eyes which all: admired,' and the brilliant con
vertiation chi ii Marked a social hour is rele
gated to dull ess and stupidity.- One of, the
most remarkti le features of opium eating is,
Ole - transfor* tion Of a ~trank- a nd open nature
into the very Pl)osite. In man, the leonine mi
tnrabeeomes, that of a tiger crouching in the
inngle for pre,' woman. and in woan the feline pro
pensity of get: ing at objeCts by stealth is-sin
gultyly 'devel ped. A victim of oPium•will get
out of bed in 'die tntterest of winter nights and
steal to t'he're ()test corner of the house if the
drug is to be ad in some nook 4 :ld . corner. It
is worth whi e followirg. the peculiarities' Of
opluln eaters. but from the above hints the
reader can p sh the matter further than we
have tithe to do. That tlie terrible habit is
becoming dai y 'more Widespread, and protOises
deplorable remits, every druggist and eVerr
physician in, the country, knows.—New York
Mercury. , . .
I n regard
behind as in
Carpets esp• •
textile arts, we.have been as far
other linters of 'household ose.-i
'billy have been the liete ninr of the
reform. Garlands of floivers or
patterns regularly disposed, with
'kyr colors, seem -to the tyro the:
• (Artistic perfection. , In his eyes
ars beautiful unleis repeated . right
. ward and fOrward, the same ev•
loud and to
and left, beet
with that et
spot, as if
he be detect
as much at
ern, outvying tho.fe of a ten-cen
;The whole carpet is planned
idied precision, line for line, spot
the designer imagined that,should
,id in not having his spaces tnathe
rrect, his artistic reputation would
! = ted.
of the East are greatly admired
rs for the graceful harmonTwith
olors are blended. This school is
ariaree with rigid uniformity as
!fists has been in its favor.. - They
rye a , general regularity of pur
-1 deSi.tri, but : their whole system of
• n 'seems to. be absolutely carelem
in' the center are usually unpro
le the borders are of the 'richest
here is no occasion for emplOying
-raia, or carpets from Turkey, ae
:an'd' same of the ,French prodde..
• improved in the last few years
artistic fabrics may be found at
pose in their
Their coloi l i
rugs fr - om P
the English ,
lions have s
that some ye
tern to selee .
Should be in
'ot the wall
' ed ornament
dealers. Perhaps' the safest pa
is the diaper, or that we have al
ed in our article on paper•hang
• the "all over" pattern ; and it is
the prevailing tint .of the carpet,
contrast, rather than repeat that
aper. EVery description of-shad
be sternly bankihed from
he borders may be emphasized
t hues, to which. the Carpet, being
ler, will be subordinate. As wall
act as it background to pictures,
carpet be made to :perform the
our. floors. 1
twith Wel Lan
bf neutral' c
paper shoul •
so should th
Wlrn I s
lively if a pi
for the ens
IMO every n
r 'for another
Lion, is only
been so nn'
to the furniture.
eak, olborders, \ I do not mean that
nyariably hug the surhase of the
may be treated" falimore effee-
rtion of the - wood be left to show,'
tn of torturing our'
,carpets to fit
oti mid -corner, so that it would
to` cha.nge theth , around 'or use
apartment without serions-altera
tolerated- froth the hitt thdrit has
'versa"). \ lf, therefore,-i border ,of
i --say, a foot or eighteen inches
riled entirely around the room, the
be'made to csivertlie remainder of .
th little deviation fiOin thesScivare.
i t( . )rdit, let us treat the flo?r entire
4r,y, add .„1,21 1 e satisfied with siinple
twever, ouri means are stic:li . that lie
rni)re than t'ae oidinao pine, floor'.
cellent -substitute' may
, be 'had 'in
d , ii rais - 1 are • too: exPensive,thiii.
ay be • peuddeed by a plain carpet
border,:inade simply tO cover the
tie apartmeht. • ' . •
. the floor wi
If we can
rugs. It, h
'cats have n
anii - :e
kaiaing ; a
center of tb,
ing relating to 'sealsickness is.of
these days of travel, Ice give for
.orrh the grist of a letter recently
English'icientific jOnrnal : • .
ars e . -ago, had . freqtrently to cross
ant el , and ',was invariiibly sick, i
• As every ti
viimt it is .
Iprinted m a
e least motion in the water. Once
very rough, end the wind blowing
in eome , unaccountable way I:hit
mere was t
'whey it W
I n ekoMielit for mearleEist
al prayer tatiye, - nntr should likra It.
not \ say; b
y Others: For *bat • reason.l - canal
ade Jo: respiration 'Cuinelde
• it)) . the , heaVe ,- an it fall of the Vis
ose :1 in4pired slnwlyand .regUlar ,
e fell eii-pited,. , ,arid - the - effect I
sucees§hil f that'l - .severtil.tim - es
It Wss longer synchronous - With
movements) I-Was 'awakened -hY
f sickness, whichyl bispl rat iniis I
wag, 'as above I:dt - .teriliest
'0; and pleted
•g, .;bee it able, to Walk : the fleck and!
• oYage.' :My inference: is titzt. sea
auSed by tba'healiriga and fain:ot
°Ong-the motions' and operatiena
iragm, whi , ll) - -uilseasiiably presses!
riiteniacli;:itid • Hirer anil do disord 7 l
ietiont." • •
ly, and ass
so , colllplet
'fell , asleep..
tinotti ions I:
and expira 1
of the diap
013. die upp
.ere their to
cepts of pareivs,•lind teneliers.
at l the very time Nyhen it iti-importi r
rcie them—as the jabs', "Shut the
sable when It is open widest !„i4
kii . gainet.t*t •-• _‘•
ant to obs
of education should bd to teachlt
1 to a tttiniclttuux win,
.4.,to,sbink ; rritti.l
ve our minds so as to wakens thin*
: : Abaci: to load the memory: with'
to is otbei
(Ip:roozieoa TO Borg) & COBWIN,)
Cook Stoves, Ranges;
Is the name of a new Cook Stove. just out, containing
a new principiP in baking. and . 'is destined to make a
revolution in the construction of Cook. Stoves. Come
in and see i t. •
As a heating stove stands without a rival, in beauty.
durability and economy. Come and satisfy yourself,
and get names of 'parties now using them.
We take special pleasure it offering to the Wholesale
and Retail Trade, our desirable supply of Tinware. We
use none but the best of charcoal plates. - .
OUR WORKMEN - ARE uPEREENCED
LOUR STYLES ARE FAULTLESS !,"
GOODS ARE WARRANTED! ;
And we defy any to ,proauce better goods fcr less
A fall line of Lamps of beautiful design. Also Chim
neye of every description.
Plower Jars, 'Banging Pots, 'Churris,l Butter Jars
Preserve Jars, Jogs, Stove 'robes, &c.
' BUILDERS . HARDWARE.
Butts and Screws, Locks and Knobs. Latches, Catches,
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Glass. Building Paper. White
Lead; Zinc. Oils, Varnishes Paint Brushes, Spirits of.
Turpentine, Paint ef Any s hade desired.n Also colors
for mixing paint.
A full assortment of Philadeluhla Carriage Bolts. and a
fall line of Iron Axles, Bar Iron, gorse Shoes, Nails,
We purchase in Car-load lois. therefore can sell to the
trade in less quantities as cheap as any house IA the
city. • i• • „ •
W. H. BOYD, IJ. tr.,portwur, J. E. COOLEY.
Arontrose, March 15. 1876.
FIRE. LIFE 41,11,D ,ACCrpRFIT
XhitE c:tastr cons e• 's 13
Capital Represented, $100,000,000!
Fire Association of Phil.,,Capktal & Assets, $,3,500,0%
Insurance Co. of N. A., Phil, ' " 5,000.000
Pennsylvnia Fire,. Pill, • " • 1;100,000
Ins. Co.of the State of Pennsyl- •
vania;Thiin. Pa. • '• ‘,
Lycoming ;of Manley,
,Pa. "• • , " C l / 2 •000,000.
Lancaster of• Lancaster, " 400,090
newton lof Newton, " ' - -150.000
Horne Ins. Y„ " • ".- 6,,000,000
National 41 t‘ 460,000
Co.i,mercial Fire ". -.• " " - • 450,000
Fairfield Fire ins. Co. South •
Norwalk, Conn. • "
Atlas , ; "
lakyal tanadireii, of Mentreid,
• Canada,_ . • Liverpool. London &
of Liverpool ,•Eng., "
Providence Washington, of
Providence, B. 1.,
Trade Ins. Co.. Camd en, N, J. -
Patterson. Fire Ins Co. Patter
son, N. j.
• , •
Conn. 'Aroma! Life Its. Co., Aesette
AlneriCan Life. PLLIt.
• ACCIPENT. •
Traveler* , ln 8,0," Hart., Capital:and Surplus $3,000,000
Railway Passengers • • " 000,000
tbepastld years, as an Insurance Agent. Leases sus-.
twined by his Comnalniesbave always beeniiromptly
• : •
nri stairs, in building east from - Banking
Office of - Wm_ B. Cooper &Co., Turnpike street.
'CHARLES U. smrru: }-01liceitanitgers. ' -
-AMOS NICHOLS, — , •
S. LANODON, Solicitor.
• • •
M'ontr!ise : . Jan: 5, 1870
MI.-:::..:.MITT EL Ila r l ia l a
Would cup attention tu 414 Now Stook a of
rSPHING AND SUMMER GOODS !
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, BLACK
AND - . COLORED ALPACAS,
NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SHAWLS, WATER-PROOFS; FLAN
NELS, BALMORAL, AND 'HOOP,
~SKIRTS,, V ELVETS, HOSIERY,
HEAVY WOOL oosos, CARPETS, - 011
CLOTHS, PAP ANGINGS. BIIPPA.
LO AND LAPIIOIIE§,,FURS, HATE,
Aro' CAPS; BOOTS,Amat SHOES,
STEEL, .STOVES AND
GROCRAIES, - ETC. .
In gree,tvarKty, and.will be eel& on the mos'
favorable terms, end lowest prices. ,
x. 4t•, .1
DiiiiO4*::,BIA T NKEV itiFI '4 , I? -1. iii . -# 4 ,
f •i ~ ~i%~
tliow on We, in new
2 - :',.<l:i.:Hi . e: - :21:;W - H'_4 - H - '9', - LEOY:T -- i'''s.:::2,,,,
The attention of the readers of tte DaxoonaT is called to the t*ct that READY-01AV Is!tibiA bi aiclaalg~ Y<<
. . .
The long continued depression in business circles Call fer cash transactronsr y manufacturers. and goods
bought close for cash can be sold at low prices, To satisfy yourselves of this fact, when at Binghamton, call ant '
examine the general, - gtock of Furniture and prices at 16 Chenango Street.
• ... .
stiy 31,. 1876
with Greenbacks, to bay the beat made, easiest-running, and most d u rable Wligoketrer made forth.° mom%
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT '. OF PLATFORMS; OPEN AND TOP
BUGGIES.. AND PHIETONS, EVER OFFERED. TO THE.
CITIZENS OF NORTHERN _ PENNSYLVANIA. .
Particular attention is called to. our Standard. Platforms. We claim to make the beet Foully and Varm Who a
combined; eve! offed for the money. Each Wagon Warranted as represented. We en:NOR:4 , zone but experieneet
methanies. Selecting best of stock for cash and pup cash for labor, and we have redacetthe prices, as &news: .
, _ _
No. 1, Platform. Spoke - , 1% Axle, Spring,
2 Seats, - - - - - - $ ll5 CO
Add foi Trimming, $5 to $8; Break $7.
ITO. 2, Platform 13 4 j Spoke,tX Aile;l3( Springs, ' •
4x5 Leaves, Drop-tail board, 2 Seats, -. $125 00'
Add for Trimming, $5 to $8; Break $7. •
We claim this the most convcniert and dura- -
ble and cheapest wagon in the Market V
Open Buggies, prices range , from $lOO to $l6O 00
according to trimming and painting.. ac.
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REPLETE WITH ALL ,011
•. . .
AND . QUALITIES, . . :
All tiur goods have been bought *Titbit', the last ferrwseks, far at -. a ',Orr - iowee, thareiiy eswb
as to sell rhesus? . 'than the other estabitettnentelin th, city, who are carrying stock boo at much higher at
April 19.48 . temn. '. • we • • • HAG MAN BLOCK.
ALSO A MERCHANT
BUY' 'YOUR WAGONS,' , CAR =
.111 AGES AND 81411IGHtA,
W. OUSTERII.OI3Ti , HAII , FORD
' , pure! - •
Repiiting done on stiett - 'satin°, cheaper thentin
• nitettpeeto • , -
Lunt cm el k:
66 r]rtforinW fro* 40 to • • 80
' " " Swell ball SI 14;
To aide toso splutnew, • .
• coittiat4SiPti,4l.o! .4-.•
s 14 PP 19, 14 1 4
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3i, l ctvirpottiorr•- •
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3 t' ,y
33:12aglaiEtaxLtemay DJ' ..752"
MWFURNITIVRE.s.OV'Sai . .KINPS;
at the abcve • named place, and alio to.the fact that goo la bought In this way
1,000. MEN 'WANTED, ARMED
ABEL BENNETT of 5
lobbeis or rine' wooroni,
will: prove satisfactory beCause,
Top &wee's, Piano Box or:Shell:Wy.oi Broad
Box, with Enamel Cloth;Top '
and Damask • •
Lining, Patent :wheela,• ; sine oe
'Rubber Top, Broad . Clothing Trimming,sll3 AO
Phmtone. Lather top and Broad elpth Trliaming
Patent Wheels, • - 00016
~ . 1V ~, II ,
p . I' , • .
Manufactory it Springyile, and - Itepoiltory on. Public
Avenue% MOntrose. Pa.' . If you . desire :to pnr
chase. „examine our sto.ck,. 'and If none arena
bind to enit,*eten laakii to order at same price
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