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M1DDLEBURGH, SNYDER CO, PENN'A. FEBttlJ VUY U, 18SC.
THE MOD Si SUB
"Good uiornlnjr, lr; Mr. Editor, Low
itrs yon folks to-dvT
I ow for your next yew's pspsr; 1
thotightll'd come and uy,
And Jones Is Bolti' to tak it, and
this Is his money 1nr;
I shut dowu letidin' it to him, And
theuconxedhliulotry it yer.
And lisre is a few Items that huppen-
ed hint week In our town;
I thought they'd look good for the
pa per, and so I just Jotted'eiu down
And hem's a hrndud of ructts my
wife picked expreiwly for you;
A small hunch of flowers from Jennie;
she thought she must do some-
Tou're doing the politic bully, as all
our family agree;
Just keep your old irooso quill a flop
pli' and give them a good one for
. .. , u f..n r
and I won't be Uklu your
I've things of my own I must tend to
-uood day, sir, I believe I will
The editor sat In Ids sanctum, and
brought down his llt with a
"God bleos that old furmerr he mut
tered, bo's a regular editor's
And 'tis thus with our noble profes
sion, and thus it will ever be still;
There are soma) who appreciate Its
labors, and, some who perhups
never will. ,
Hew thal.Bfty-rirst Pennsylvania
Ctcrmei tha Brittgo.
ASTIKTAM. Sept. 17, ISM.
Then came the niemoruble order
from liuruslde which must ha thrill
ed very member of the regiment:
"Tell SturgU Uasnd Fifty-tii-bt l'enn
evlyauia to Uke the bridge. -A.
Along the valley's narrow gorge
The morning uiibt outpreud.
While rifle pit and breastwork strong
Frowned grimly overhead.
The sluggikh rtream that only served
To slake the tliirst of khte,
Was soon to see a dearer sight,
When lueii were formed iu line.
"Sng the crekt a Hash of fire
)aks red againnt H.'.t iky,
ng the hillside's narrow tlope
. Jues back the quick reply.
Veraro dashes up In haste,
"Tlit Fijlyjlrtt mud dorm t;e Bfulje"
'Twas thus the orders came.
"Fix JUiinnits!" Over Hurt ran ft's face
A calm, strange smile wns seen,
The red blodd flushed his dusky cheek
His dark eyes all aglenm.
titurgis and Crook iu viiiu essayed,
And others yet way try;
And now the ga'di nt Fifty first
MiiMt storm the briilge or die.
ltrlght flushed the sword their leader
"f'tdiiye "like a simoon's blust.
The Fifty-first 'mid shot and shell
Dushed on the bridge Is passed.
The beaten foe in wild retreat
Is flying o er the rllge.
Huzza! Huzza! The Fifty first
Have stormed Antietam's bridge.
O, men of Pennsylvania,
Along your bloody route
Lies many a comrade dull of ear
Who may not hear your shout;
But o'er your country's wide domaiu
A peon grand shall burst;
A nation's accolade be thine,
O gallant Fifty flrsti
Jtf. II. Xouen, i t Vhi'.n. Xcu s.
HOT CO GBEZN.
At a small party up in tie Wes
tern Division one night last week a
highly comio young man raid early
in the evening that he had a bully
idea for having some fun at the ex-
Dense of a quiet and inoffensive
guest who was expected later,
'Tell you what we'll do," said be,
bubbling over with mirth as le
spoke. "I'll meemeiiee Jonee
make bim stand on his bead, and
think he'e a tea-kettle and to on.
It'll be awful fuuny. I've been hav
ing a little experience in mesmerism
lately, and can do it just as' easy as
borrowing five dollars."
Tbey all said it would be a great
joke, and fuony, aud eo on i and
when, soon after, the unsuspecting
Jonea arrived, tbey turned the cod
vereotion, ss if accidentally, on mes
rociism, and the ansaspectiug Jones
said bo didn't think there was much
'Oh, yoa don't, eh P said the
highly comio man, who, for the par
pose of egamenr, we shall call
Smith "now I've been experiment"
iug a little in these things, and
tbere'a a good deal iu it. Now, I
think, I coalJ mesmerize yoa if
you'd let me try.
"Ob, dear XIr. Jonee," crisd all
r est tsocrd,
"plesso do let him mesmerize you i
it wall add an greatly to the eclat of
Mr. Jones consented to be mes
merized if it would ufford tbotn any
pleasure. lUtlier to bis own sur
prise and greatly to every cue eWs'
nfler a few parses, Mr. Smith saw
his victim pass into the magnetic
slumber, and then the fun begin.
Poor Mr. Joins was mudn to bi
liovo himself wbnteverLia roesiuer
inr wished one time an eloquent
preacher, at other tiiuos a iirofotiod
surgeon ; again a sick pat font, and
anon an exquisite opdr.-WMOger t
until every one i oared suJ laughed
until Lis or her sides were sore, and
one Landfomo, teudur-lioirted
yotirg girt said ' It is a shame."
"I guess we've Lad about fun
enough out of the poor ens," said
l,.,Mt-!S,uilb' magoanimon-ly ,
''im cut of bis magnetic slum-
,,Xow," said Smith, "observe that
i wjj a foW ,,S(,SJ9 j t)6 ro.
ium. aruv nii.l lliiu mln'ian dim
. W - I.J , . 1 1 ' I W.,.."W .It'..
fiom tho controlling iufl mnce nf my
mind, and dipel the uingnetio slum
ber in which he hit been tho un
conscious ageut to minister to our
mirth aud amusemout."
. So he male a fuw passes but
Junes did not come out of his trance;
ou the contiary, he glared wildly
about the room, rau his fingers
through his hair, and tearing off his
coat, howled "Tbitu Chinese must
go, and if tho lyiog, kttchnrous
parasites and bloodsucker of the
Associated 1'ress, dissipate any
more of thtir slimy, convulsive, nod
hellishly malignant lie", I'll -''
"Why, he thinks he's Dennis
Kearny," exclaimed every one, aud
they looked iu surprise at Smith,
uho, however, retained his presence
of miud, and, though badly surpris
"You see I stimulate his bumps
f eloquence and causation, as 1
may Bay ; now, tiowever, 1 will
iliemi'gufctizo him, for pood.
b'o ho made a few more passes,
nod Jones sot off walking in a benk
ueck pace down the room, yelliug,
"this ia the 260" quarter hot a bo
nanza mine to a banana I win.
Smith looked somewhat more
serious, and everybody baid "Why,
how singular ! '
Homo of the guests remarked :
".Smith, why don't you take him
out of the magnetic slumber at
once f" "He'll nphet tho furniture.''
"I will," exclaimed Smith; and
mndo severs! more assorted passes
filially seizing Jouos and boxing
him violeutly, with the exclamasiun,
"Hi! there 1 I say, you know time's
up. Wale up ! Im yourself Come
out of this trance 1 '
Jones gazed at bim pleasantly for
un iostant, then a rapturous smile
broke out upon Lia couutouancr,
and crying :
"llenco Achment, draw thy
scimitar and keep faithful watch at
the outer gatn of Seraglio th Gar
den of Delights while tho Sultan,
the Magnificent, the Lotd of the
Em tli, lejiiices his heart in the
smiles of his obalifquos I ' Hefore
tbey had any ideas of bis intention
he bugged aud kisBed evory pretty
girl in the room, calling them all
"Perhaps he'a going rand,' said
somebody, and tho lady of the bouse
torutog pale exclaimed t
"Mr. Smith, I must insist that
you restore that unhappy man to
his senses this moment."
"Great heavens 1" sail Smith,
who burst into profuse perspiration,
"that is what I'm trying to do as
hard aa I can, but ho won't come
out of bis trance. I must have fort
gotten something about the pro
"Well try and remember it,' said
the lady, "or be may bo a raving
mauiao, and his blood aud ours
which is worse, and more to tho par
pose will be npon your head.'
Here Johns took np a tumbler of
lemonade with much solemnity, and
sbvancing across the room with ma
jestio steps baited before Smith aud
. "Saul, son of Kiel), I, the Prophet
Samuel, 1). D., appoint thee King
over Israel," poured the refreshing
beverage over Tom Smith's bead.
Then yellio, "Hurry up another
load of tbein brick I be jerked
Smith's legs from under him, and
seiziog him by the feet, ran bim on
his oose across the room like a bar-
row, and jammed bia bs4 against
tit cppoelte) wall ) tba dropple-:
the amateur mesmerist, he advanced
with a teal i by btep aud hissed in a
' tive me the dagger, and I will
these hands of mine incarnadine in
the villain's heart blood l send him
down, down to the deepost d pth
of perlition, and j tin him there, my
draad'ol mission being accjiuplished
np to the handle !"
At this the "bau.lHoma, tender
hearted girl fainted, three got out
of tho room, and tho mistress of the
house turned on tho buijrlar alarm
for a policeman, and adjured Fmith
to run for a doctor and tako the
man out of his trance with a stomach-pump
or u ehctrio embroca
tion or something bt-f.ire theto had
been done a deed of dreadful n te.
Smith dl not want to be tol 1
twice, but dashed out of the bonne
. . . , . .. . h
noi siopping io pui on uis lint or
overcoat, and, as bo was going
through the gate, ran plump into a
line of policeman who were answers
ing tho call.
"You scoundrel," ciind the officer
as they rolled over each other, ' su'
render, or I'll blow you brains out
with my club,' and bo took hold of
Smith wth eo determined a grip
that he toio every buttou off bis
shirt and waistcoat.
I was going for the doctor
there's a raging maniac in that
house," gasped Smith, 'lemme go."
"Ob, that's too thin,'' cotiWmpt-
ouely replied the policeman, "what
are you telling me!" Come ai0l)g
into the bonso. and lat a seo how OLJierB wen "0
many spoons you have about you " 0t'n" (J,UDt' Hud a 0UUjler of his
So bo drugged bis captive in, giv- Ho""'" a"J "oldiers, ca.ua uver t .
ing him a heurty bhak at everv onr CH,nP lUH afternoon, and on two
third sti p.
As hmith could not answer a
word iu a hurry, ho waa rather
roughly treated, and bis foot hop
pening to el;p, he fell with tho cor
ner of his eye against the police
man's baton, which comepletely
bulged up that organ. After a
timo, howevor, he was ablo to refci
to the number of the house, tbev
weut Smith nans collars, wnitt
ooat, button, mntu everything ex
cept an eye wLich was as big as
When the front door was opened,
ho found Jones teated, chdhed in
his right mind, conversing on the
weather. Ksplauatious were made
to the officers, and then Smith bor
towed a now collar and Home pins
to repair damages while he profuse
ly apologized to tho guests for the
nucuccessful mesmerio jb between
him uud Jones to coutiibute to tie
Jones is not looked upon at pres
ent as green us they took bim to be,
and is decidely the social lion of the
He Fisci Him-
"Who's that at tho kitchen door?'
asked Mr. Johkin of his youog wife
lust Sunday, just after breakfast.
"It's a tramp, and I'm bothered
to death with them,'' she replied.
"Wait a minute, my doar," said
her husband, "I'll fix bim so he
wou't trouble you any more "
He kissed her aud went out and
in five minutes retured.
"Well," queried the wife, "did
you fix him '
"Yes I gave bim something to
"Why, you shouldn't have done
that. He'll be sure to come right
back aod worry me more than ever,"
she said potulaotly.
Ob, do, he wou't. 1 gave bim a
pocketful of those bisonita you
made for breakfast.
."Kvt Sdlt ihat Way."
A boy will eat and a boy will dr'uk,
And a boy will piny all day ;
Hut a boy won't work and a boy
Hocause he ain't built that way.
A girl will sing and a girl will dance,
And a girl will work oronhet ;
But she can't throw a stone and hit a
fJecause she alu'i built that way.
A girl will flirt and a girl will mash,
And ne'er give herself away ;
But she can't scratch a match on the
seas of her pants,
Because she ain't built that way.
'A clergyman, endeavoring to cod.
solo a rich miser in bia dyiog hours,
asked bim i "la looking over your
past life, what you regret the
most at thia time 1" "That I didu't
die twenty-five yeara ago when fun
erals wer cheaper, f
Samuel M. Osioes, of Kentucky
writes to a oorrespond( ntpf the Cm
c'nnnti Enquirer t l bae resd n
number of descriptions. ;go called, if
t nt) iveotful scene, ns of wi,(h
was from an officer whorepreSitited
hat he wns present j-wiili lieu.
ui anr, ana l Jo tint hesitate to sa
that uuiis is (La most trulbfu) I he
yet seeu. ' . j
lou are led into eevern minor in
accuracies of statement, the mimi rn-
portsut f wlnc'ii is, thai (Jen L
tuudo an address to his trwops on his
retmn from tl.e interne iih Ge
(irnitt. 1 witnessed, at a distance i t
about three hundred yarjx,'lhe lutm
view between the generals ; sod wltM
Leo ret Di ned from the summit of I lie
lull t Hiaa aut.ini Ilia Aril . 9 ,1....
, wlio met him at Ilie little stieam in
the bottom. Ilia command soon
gathered around him, .anxious to
learu the teiin i if surrender; hut
Gen. Lee's fueling got trie belter of
him, and he could uot apeak. He
statid to Uen. Gordon, who was next
iu command, the let me effet e I ly
Gen. Grant i uud General Gordon
mounted his horse and inaje public
aououueemeut of the coudilioua of
That whs the most trying ordeal
through which 1 ever passed At the
conclusion of Gordon's speech, Go.
Leo bade faiewell to each soldier
present, by sileutly pressing Lis hand
u tears, and the weu aud
succeeding days of our btsy, aud, by
their timely offices of friendly inter
course and soldierly consideration,
ilid r.ti.cli to build up the spirit of
our down hearted little baud.
Nine men out of ten are manage
able if you go tbo right "y aboiii
it, and one great point !r to art tf
ler marriage just as you did before,
Argument and contradiction tie
vital enemies to mariied peace.
.Should you wih for aoythiug pai
tieuluily. duu't insist upon it after
refusal. Some womou are persis.
tent and ask : "Why may I not f
Why don't you do as I tell you f"
and irritate tho man. Kather bide
your time, and mako an extra good
dinner ot his favorite dishes, put a
bow ou of the Color he likes, muke
homo aud yourself sweeter than
ever. You'll get it euro, even if
you have to wait. Also, when you
want him to do any particular thing
which you know will be for, his good
for Heavens sake do not say, "Io
it.'' Rattier drop a bint that you
thir.k so aud so would be a good
thing to do. Get bim interested
aud theu lot tho subject dn p 1
venture to say that iu a short time
that man will do precisely ss yon
wish ; he will never permit yon to
think that he has traded tho least on
your common sense.
Ts'othii g on eai th fetches a roon
like a good dinner uud a well dress
ed aife presiding. The hmb.ti d
who can look forward to such a
stnto of things every day of his life
will never tiie of home, and (he wife
who studies his comfort will have
littlo difficulty in managing bim ac
cording to her will. Men are gre
gai ions animals and will wonder iu
spite of all allurements, bat they ae
selfish enough to remain where they
are best treated, aod by takiug a
little trouble for a year or. two of
married life the years that follow
will as a role, find the Lnabuod al
ways glad to go back to the pretty
borne where smiles await bim aod
the dinner I spoke of There are so
many wroeu who object to being
"bossed," as tbey call it. My dear
ladies, you can always be bossed if
you take the trouble. By giving in
you get your own way as you never
would by fighting for it. Aod, af
ter all, it is better to feel you re
spect your husband so much that to
give ia to him ja not a dilBoulty.
s wrm s w?
- Bad spelling never leoks so bad at
it does when on fashionable uote
The atorm wbicb killed Teito
steers might jell freeze Florida or
aoges. Steers are very tough fruit.
No man ever baa a correct idea of
the estimation in which bo'js held
by bia fellow-crestoree ootij be at
tempts to borrow a (13 till.
THEILL NEVE 3 MI33ZS.
The brainy person abo knows it
The won m who wears an eclipse
h it to the opera.
The muu who is jealous of hit
The man who thiols paper and
ashes into tho street.
The cronkor who is always oom
plsiniug of hard times.
The practical j leier who get
wrathy wheo the j ke ia on himself.
The person who had fiien ls and
money and made no Cluistmat
The man who borrows his neigh
bors paper before tho lioiglibor has
The long-nosed individual wl o
busies bimieif with tho affiirs f
Ths bigot who forms his own
opinion and demauds that olbcrt
coincide with him.
Mr, Orowlei and Mrs. Grundy
who can't be ir b see young people
Belter an euij.ty head than one
with a cold iu it.
The springtime of life alien yi u
discover a bent pin under you.
It is thought worthy of icmurk
that the Piitice of Wales uses his
fingers a In n esting small bit do. It
would le still more iciu ukul ie if Le
used his toes.
The song says : "There nro no
birds in last yoor's nest." And it is
mighty lucky for tho hirdf, t o !
They would have frozen to dcu.h
during tho present Oold spell.
A tescher asked u boy Mho wns
the menkcst mau ' ' Muses, sb,"
wss the answer. "Very well, to
boy 1 aud now who was tho meek
est woman 7" "1'ii us sir, there
never was any meekest woman."
woman will face a frowning
cling to the lunu sh
loves lurougli the vi I it.ter tii
versity, but fche wouldn't weur a Imt
that was out of btjlu Ij suvo th
"Ladies aod gentlemen," said 01
Irish manager to an audience 1 1
three, "us there is nohody here, I'
dismiss you nil. The pel formal e
of this night ill not be perfui ineif
but will bo repeated to-uioirm
It is not emitted a Mixican !
ride iu the same cairi iiu with a
Koman to whom ho it betrothtd.
Thia is probably because thero is ul
waj s more or less dutigor of people
in a car; iugu fulling out. Whe n a
seuoiita has lassoed a beau she
takes uo tisks.
Elliel used to play a good deal in
ths Sabbath school clam Oi.e day
she had been very quiet Mio sat
up prim sod behuxed luiself so
nicely that after the recitation was
over tho teacher remarked : ' Ktliel,
my dear, you were a very good little
girl to day.' "iesui. I couldn't
help being good. I dot a tif neck "
Jude ('o small witness) .Little
boy, do you kuow tho nature of an
Small Witness (donhfuHx ) N
Judge Do you know whut you
are to toll t
Small Wjttucss (doubts cleared
awoj) Ob, yes, sir. That bald
headed old lawyer over (here told
me what to toll.
'Is yoor sister in, Jobno.y T"
"She is, she'spn the parlor writing
for you. oy, whot'll yer give me
if I tell you what she said lnt night
when you went away 7" "I'll give
you ten cents." ''All right, thank
yer. Well, I guess she's a-goiu'
be awful kind to you, and feed you
well when you git married, 'cause
she said you had mighty high no
tions about yourself aud your folks,
but she would make you eat hum
ble pie for it whoa she's your wife."
What becomes of men who de
ceive their fellow men' asked a
Sunday school teacher of her class.
"They lose the oonfidenca of good
people,'' was the prompt answer.
"Very well, iudeed. Now what
becomes of woman who do the same
The question slumped the c'sss
for a minute and theu a little girl
piped oat i
"They usually catches the mao for
Pkssa. H. It, Prvisto.
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