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,By JAMES IIKI2D.
Indcx)oriclcnt in nil things.
S2 in A.dvanvr.
. Volume xxm-No. 49.
ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY,' DECEMBER 7, 1872.
-nj 'n rr
Tft Dollar pr annum paliUtrlnlly In advance.
i Clergyman -Tilt Im applied with lb papur fur fl
Twelve ltaen or tcno of Nonnan.11 make a ftnnnr.
TwofiiinnrttfiJimnii.g ff 00
, O'netquare'A wkt... 1 30
Onetqiure "S mon. . H W
' Oaetquare mon.. 5 (10
TwoHqiiarea fl mo, fl M
Twoiiiuan!l vi-ar. 13 IN)
KoHi-minarea 1 year 1!V 00
Onaquarei rear,. 8 ou
lltttfculumn 1 year, 8 no
BistnaaCarnfl not ovnrflvolint'i nr roar 00
OdUtiat Notice not or tentim) intProM nnlrratoa.
Local Notice Ten Uunta a I luo for each Insertion,
f arvry description tttenrliv. to oncnlltftnd done In t
mont tatpfiil manner.
r LIYEIlY STAPLES.
WILL. H 'W MAN, proprietor of Mvorv P'nh'o
Now Horses, Ourrtaires. Holies tfc. Horses kept by
the day or week. Omnlhns to nnd from al. trains,
Ruble opposite risk House, Ashtabula. O. 1108
'Hi:Mll' I. PRirKKH.n. !., residence on
' Church. Street. North of tho South Pirk. OITlc-p In
--ilflmlth'tNsw Block, opposing the Ktsk 1I(U1b, llSfl
- toR. B. I.. KIX1, Physician and Hnnrmn. office
... :or llondry A Kind's store, residence near 8t. Peter'
. Church. Ashtabula.. O 1018
OTm ek MOORR, Homnvvpxthtrj Physlnans,' and
flurgeona. Office aame us formerly, Nn. 1'Muin Ktr.-ct.
!o Aahtabntn, Oliia. Office hours rrnm 7 to tl A. M i t to
r P. M., aud evening. May be found at Uio ofilc' at
"' 'tdiftit. j 1137
'feR. RinCS would Inform hit Mends, and the
.1.- pnh'lc aca-trally that ho may be fonnd at hi residence
j oc Park street, ready to intend to all professional
"' call. Office hours, from li to ? P. M. Ashtabula O.
' DKOR0II MALI,, Healer In Plann-Fortcs, ard
i .alelo leona. Piano Stools, l.'uvers. Instruction Books,
'"' 'ate. Depot Public Sqna:a, Cleveland, Ohio. 10'8.
''TILER CARLISLE. Dealers In Fancy and
1-. fiuute Dry Goods, Family Groceries, and 'rockerv.
j ttuHtk Store, Clarendon block, Ashtabula, Ohio. lui'S.
,B. H. ilXKJET7"iealor in nryljoodsTilrocerli s,
' CrPckery and Olaes-Ware, next door north of Fink
! House, Main street. Ashialiula, Ohio. . lll.
-J4 JH. FAIILKNEII ic HON, D.nlcrs In Gro
, ceriea, Pruisfous. Flour, Feed, Foreign . and Domes.
" ' ale Fruita, 8lt, Fish, Plaster. Water-Lime, eeeda,
j.-;be Atniii street, Ashtabnhi, Ohia; v
iW. REDHEAD, Dealnr In Flour. Po-k. Hams,
l,ard, and all kiuds of Fifh. Also, all kinds of Fanii.
ly Groceries, Fruits and Confectionery. Ale and 0o.
.. J. P. ROBERTSON it. MIM, Dealers lu every
tlcscriplion f Hoots, Shoes. Hats and Caps. Also,
I- "Oa hand a stock of choice Fumllv (Groceries. laiu
, street, corner of Cell I ro. Ashlnbllla, Ohio. rltj'.l.
. P. W. HASKELL, Corner Sprinirand Malu sts..
Ashtabula, unto. oeuiers 111 ury-i.ooas, uroceries,
Urockery. Ac.. Ac.
wholesale and ltetnll Denier In
Duller nnd Cheese. Drlwl Kruit.
i western unserve
Flonraud Groceries. Orders respectfully solicited.
and IIHed at the lowest cqn cnt. Ashialmls. o. toe-
R. ' L. moHHIKON, Dealer In Dry-Hoods. Oro
Ceriea. boots and Shoes, lists. Caps, Hardware,
'Crockery. Hooks. Pnlnis, Oils Ac . Ashiahula o. hi Ml,
VIHK. HOVSli, AsbJabula.Onlo. A. Flelil, Prnprt
. .uir,,, An Omnibus ruiimuy to anil I'roin every train ol
'cirs. Also, a K(od llicry-stablu kept iu connection
Iwllh UUs house, to convey passengers to any
. point. ; . i.i
.SHTABt7LA 1IOIISH-K. C. Warminsto h
Frop Main St, Ashtabula, Ohio. Large Public Hall,
ood Llvory, and Omnibus to aud from thedepot. 1013
: 'CABINET WAUE. : ; - ;
tTOHV OCOIIO, .Tlanufaeturer of, and Dealer In
furniture of the heAtdnscripiioiia, and every variety.
k Also General Undertaker, and Manufacturer of Collins
Mito order. Main street, North ol Month Public Bquare,
Ashiahula. . 4t
.jr..fl. REACH, Manufacturer and Dea'er in First
piasa Furuitrue. Also, Oenerul Undertaker. 1KW
P. E. II ALL. Dentist. Ai-htnbnln. O
Center street, between Main and Park.
-fiwnf . - W. NELSON,' Dentist. AshHtinla. )..
..SPW visits Coniluaut, Wedpehday and Tliirsday of
, each week.
W, T. WALLACU, . . S. Kleesvllle.O.lspre.
Spared tsj attend to all operat'on" In his prnlVsslnn.
., tie maktn a speciality of ."Oral Buiircry" and saving
the natural teeth. 1KM1
IKVWOIJII, SilHIXi A- 8PEIIHV, Manufae
Jj'tsrersHtnves. Plows and Colmrns, WitMlowfaos and
h. 8111a. Mill Castings. Kettles. Sinks, rliHyh Uih's. ic.
PluenU Poundrv. Aslitatmla. Ohio. KHH
WW. S. JESSI'P, M.itteableand Hreylron Found-
and manufacturer of Trunk HrdM-are. 7.V 77. 7l
...and 81 Central Avenue, (Formerly Neeblt Street.)
Newark. N. .1. ' 1W1
.FRED. W. HLAKF.&LEK, Plintof(riihernn
i 'dealorln Pletares, Eniri-aviuirs. t'linnoos. Ac. l.avlnit
..a. larf;e supply of MoultlUiirsot various descriptions, Is
prepared to frame any thine In the picture line, at
( slxirt notice and in the nest stTle. Second floor of the
. liall store, tnd door r-oulhof Hunk Mauu street, mm
' HARNESS JIAKER..
XT, II. WILLI A1TINON, Haddler and Harness
"Maker, opposite Fisk Hloek, Main street, Aslitahnla,
...Ohio. ha on .band, and maizes to order, li the Inst
Planner, everwhlnir In his line. ' lli'-io
y , , " i 1 i i I ! ' : ' ' I
P. C. PORD, Manufacturer and Dealer In Saddles,
Harness. Hiiillas. Collars. Trunks, Wuipa, Jtc., opisi
, 1,H Fisk House, Asliiabuia, Ohio, - , HII5
J 1 . ' ' ' T-rr-t- " '. '
nil ,. :
liKO. W. DIOKINaON, Jswe.ler. Kepairtng of
ill kinds' of Wailiees. Clocds and Jewelry. Store in
II I AohUlMila Hoase Block; Atbtubals, Ohio. : i
XAITIHH K. ITKIIHINt,' Dealer in Watches,
, clwuks, Jewuiry, hilser aud I'lali'd tt'aio. Ac Ku
' pairing or all kinds done wall, and till orders prompt
.ratwi'dnd.H. Main rimiet. Asblabiila. P.: : V'-p
'JfJ'8. ABBOTT, Dearer In'liocks, WHtcnes; .Tewcl
0 7,i ate. Knravliijf, i oieudinif and it. pilrtu dgne to
.order. Shop ou Main street, Oonucaut, Ohio.
EDW1HDU. PIKRCH Healer in Clolhing, Hat
Caps, aud (Jems' Fnruiehiii Uuods, Ashtabula.
W1ITH sV BIl7L. Wholesale .and Metal
' Dealers tn Beady Made Clothing
', JlsM. Uap, Av Asiitahut , ;
IlMil. I' i 11 J 1 " ": i : ' .n M1
,.,.( a,i lANVJFACTUUKRSr
OTHErritll, filMDINOS V CO. Jobbers ami
y Huiuiers, aMo luauiifiiciiirurs of Honrs. Iau, li'inds,
Bldlii,' rloorltiic, and Builders' Materials Keuerajly.
kiXaaoJlal attention iveu to UUMeti Mi iadows, Bcroll
. Aawiuit, Motildintrs Au. , ; , ,.
vim,.,: . .!' J.A.KNAVF. , , : , 1M
-O. C CCLLEY, manunernrcr , or imiu. wiling,
;&buldiug, Ciiceso Bones, Ac. Planing. Matching,
'nd Scrowl Hawln done on Iha shortest notice,
ou Main atraeL, oiiuobJio the Upper Park,sb-
rabula. Ohio.. , . ; 440
7r !! eiir-i Imm'M .him 'Ml 1 I t ' n
AV.,ZRILE tc BRO..;Maiinfacturera aud, Dealers
"Tn airiluda of Leather 'lu demand iu this market,
liulg-hasbaaai price pmia ror iimes qua oiu,
RNCH c WKIBLEN M no rscteeers Dealers
"CsilU Plwaulx Foandary. Ashubula. lien
v,. ATTORNEYS AND .AGENTS.,
w, r r- rr-r. r ," ., '' '
;ellilll 1 MALL. A MIEIIMAHI. Attnn
.-aaf anaOuonsSlora at Law,,, AsJuatnila, Ohio, will
' Dimclloela lUeOourtofiAaAW.huia, Lakeand Geauga.
Xiiai i. SHinmaii. ' l'anooouk Hai l
T l"l i '-,.1 , ' lB.tl't ).. ..-I. i
DWAHV II. PITCH, Attdrnvy and, OonnauBor
j at Lawi Sutary Fuhllcf Asuia nuia, ipiu, opecini i,.
4tdtioi!lven lo tbeSettleinuni-of Rsratos.aiid to Cou.
tisjsraiieliiraadOolluctiug, Alsut alt maitorssnsi.g
,. nudertb lUnkrnptLaw. , n ; t.
as. arama ,-.. Ju.iica of the Peace and Agent for
Atk nlrtrord. Sun, A Franklin Fire Insurance Conrpa
aitai , annes ,ia ,ss fiww s ' .'r,' ,r . i TT...ia
lal tt-aatWjf "0 A WVT'r.1 A ifAITI 001 B 1 DrliminCf CtO
'''attoida to yj'"'1"' , ,
Tn Til w ,ti i , , . . , : . .
JJ. II. COat,AiUrny -anil counaeiior at .w m
Notary f unac, 'aiKo -nei r.tsve gsin, mm. 7 .
Over Mf"TjW j ku or a tore. asumh,ui,
fiillULKt BOOTH. Attorney and Coonseiiol
'i tirwj Aaatt-oai. OiW.
Ill AHTIN 1XHWHKHH V, Ilrnrt'lst and A pot lie.
cajy. unit ffenetal dealer in liuirs, jnisiiclues, vi ini-a
and LliiU' rsfos nieilical pupose, Fancy and Toilet
uofMtft, Maine streex, corner or i.emra. Anianuia,
('HARLEM K. MWItrT, Ashtabula, Ohio, Dealer
lu ltrufrs and Medicinus, (Groceries. Perfumery and
Fancy Articles, sup, rlor Teas, Coffee, tfpices, Fla-
. vorlne Fitrarta, Patent Medicines of every descrip
tion. Paints, Dyes, Varnishes, HruslMts, FaneyNoaps,
Hair Itestorstlves. Hair Oils, Ac., all of which will
be sold at the lowest prices. : Prescription prepared
with sellable rare. 1WI1.
UV.iHUili WILLARD, Dealer In Hry-Uonds,
tlrocerles. Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Crockery, Glass
W are. Also, wholesale and retail dealer in Hard
ware. Saddlery, Nail-, Iron, Steel, DrliL's. Mediclei-s,
Palnls. Oils, DycsliifTs, Ac. Main St. A-htnlMita. lUM.
CHtlRBV fttVEril Ell WAX, dealers In Stoves,
Tin-Ware, llollow-Wiro. Shelf Hardware, Glass
ware. Liio:x and limp-Trlmininj-!, Petroleum, Ac,
opp'islte the Flk Hou-hi, A-lii.ibiiU. wu
ai.o, . a mil
stuck of Palms, olla,
OEOBtJl! C. III HIItKD, Dealer In Hardware,
Imu. Stool and Nails. Stoves, Tin Plate. Sheet Iron.
Copper and Zinc, and manufacturer of Tin Shed
trim and Copper Warn, Fisk's Block, Ashiab ila,
ElMJAH II ALL, Fire and Life Insurance and Renl
K'tate Auent. Also, Notary Public and Couvevancer.
OlMee over Sherman aud llall'a Law- Office, Ashtabu
la, Ohio. . in
URAND RIVER INSTITUTE, at Austlnbnr '.
Aslitahnla Co., oldo. J. Tiickernran, A. M Principal.-
Spring Term begins Tuesday March 3th. Send
for Catalogue. . lHJlif
J. E. W ITKOirs, Painter, Glnr.ler. and IFapTr
Hanger. All work done Willi oealuess and despatch.
THE ASKTARITLA LON ASSOCIATION
CAPITAL HK).iHH-Offlce Main street, next door
suuthof Fi-k House does
Guvr.nM, HsNKixn BrsiNir.
Buys and sells Foreli;u and Kastern Kxehance, Gold,
, Sliver, and all kinds of II. S. Securities.
Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on
day of payment, at current rates of exchange.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
F.SIlllman, Geo. C. Huhhnrd, Tirenro Tyler,
J. B. Shepaid,, ,1. WMIa-kell. U.L.Morrison,
s. H. Farrlnton. nl
F. 8ILLIMAN, Pfttt. K. A. sorTHWTCK, Cwhlrr.
READ1 nindu Cassimero Suits, all
grade, at the Clothlna Uonseor lino
pi. : 3XTOTIOI3. p
Real Estate Agent & Owner
9 A LOTS lionr Alain St., Ashlaimla, O.
w V 11 acres, good house, barn nnd orchard; i
miles south of Asbrnbulu ou the main road to Jeti'ei-foii,
r acres on Houili Hidre koutl. it miles west of Ashta
bula : good building, fruit, cairiinre and blaeksmitli
shops, and house and lot where i live, also , other
property to numerous to mention. .
' HIS ' P. W. GARY.
William- Humphrey, hnviitp
mapped out over Three llnndn-d lots, with six new
streets, between the North Uidi.'e rood and the Depot of
the L. S. H. H., proposes to sell them ou
TEN YEAIIS' TIME,
Together with Three ftrlck Dwtdlincs, several Wood
dwellings. Twenty-live Lots North of the Depot, several
tots tit t lie Harbor. One Thousand Acres of Laud in
Pynionlli. rn t small place in Mouroe, and Highfy acres
iu Minue--oia. '
Also on hand 1,000 bushels Qitlch Lime, 800 barrels
of Cement. 30 barrels Plaster Purls, lo Tons Land
Planter, and a full line of Uoode and a Perpetual Lini
S'30,000 tn Notes and Mortsrairea, to erchanere for
A-lilabnla, O.. Feb. 1, 1S78, ' y-5
THE OLD CARLISLE TANNERY
pilIS.OLD IVUSINESS STAN I) HAS
1- Itoen purchurjed bv O. Zollo & Bro. wuo ire put
ting (t to the bent poMi4i)ie use iu tho
MAN UFACTURE OF THE VAR IOU.c
KINDS OF LEATHER.
, To supply (Ida work they are In want of
; . hides ami skins,
for which ca-h ut the highest market prices Is pnl,1.
Their l.i-Htln-r is ol' the lie-t quality, a Tact tin 1
Sadlers and Mioo-mukcr ill rualii on trial, and of a,;
Vc have also on hand a full tt excellent supply of f, 11
the difloreu' kinds of
which will be sold on the most reasonable terms.
- Give us a call.
10115 O. ZF.I1.K A BRO.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
PltENCn & ' WEIHLEN Muntifdcttir-
ersDaelers tltiLiUTHKII PINDINJSIn the
Hollow opiiusiUi PUojuiK Fouuilry, Malu street, Ash
tabula, Ohio. ..
CA-Sli rAlD FOR UIDKti, PIfI,TS AND CALF t-KINS
Just received, and. now for iaalo as good an assorted
LEATHER AND PIN MNGS
aa can be found hi any WcstAnt Market, and which wll
be sold on the most reasouolilo tei-uis. 1 hope to make 11
an obieet for Boot and Shoe, und Harness Mauulncturcr
In the vicinity, to favor ine with tticlr patronage, feeling
siitlstied that 1 can stdl them everything needed In their
hiislnoss as cheun as can be found In Cleveland, or even
the liaatern Markets, thereby saving freigbtaud traveling J
exix'tises, ann loss oi iinie.
beore purchasing flscw here. , t'oulWIenl that 1 can make
It for vour interest, to buv In tills marker. I shall take
All are cor.llullv tnviten to can ana examine my stock
pleasure In seeing ntv old friends ami the public, and
showing them luy stock. Below, I: give 4 partial list of
articles: . .
. Snanishand Hamrtiter. sole, noner ana narneas Learner:
Spanish and slaughter kip ; French cull' and kip ; oak and
hemlock calf 4inl kip ; collar leather und horse hides
men's and wonien'e nioroouu ; bund and lacing leather
liuijlgs, bindings, toppiuu' and russets.
.... 'FINDINGS.. . . I
Ijists. nsga. thread. wchU. J'ackard't Ink. Iron and aim
nails, round head tucks, bristles, awls', hammers, pincers,
and aiouer, rasps, knives 4ot size sticks, and stras,
biait trees, shoe laces, punches lasting Irons, eyelets, eve
let sets, stlteh-wheels, srltt:h-markers, heel shaves, edge
tlanes, atrip nwla, wen Knives, elastic, uoei nan, auicu
hit cord, lasting tacks. liecl and toe plates, boot hlueking.
tKsit brushes, harness alls, aim oil ktnda r nnisinng
li-ons. utv. etc
FltliNCIl A WK1U1.BN.
" 1 I ' T"
TPTICE.' To whom it maj- conoeni.
1.x We, as a firm, and as Individuals, have thleday
laced in the hands of -t. O Fisher, J. P. all accounts
ioius. Ac, due us and sal lies ate hereby notified tluit a
prompt settlement Is expected. Y'our eurly attention
to this call will greatly olillgu
U. B, L. V. VA.1! nunxAil,
L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION.
Front and after Oetober HHth.-'isT, Passenger Tralna
:.-;,, .nil. win rnua luiijowa;,,: j-,; .- ,: ,
eotrta west. , ) . ; . . ... . ooino -
No. o.l.Dlst.l -atio((s. Nj.8No.8
0 0iOHCily-EBt..i.l..' .-i
, a o7
, 0 0, a Junction
i I t OH City WesU..:.
, 4 7 aKuito.. ..;,. .,i,,.
' 7 8,Uuu .......
9 8't Franklin. ' ;.!;.
16 Kiouuiuiil ..........
IN 1 U Polk .:
Wl I I Kaymilton,......t..
8U Sla Htoneboro
8 f 3
!' i 81
, 1 44
115 5k lark
Hlmon's Corner ...,': .
Ba rber a Leon .......
Dorset . . . i . . .
, Vl i
Plymouth t,.'. J...
. 10 0X1
' 'Trains stop only on Signs), xTValnt o not Stop.
xTelevravh Sutluus. .dsn-kind I nns.
TheJed'ersou Accomiuodaiioi leaves JefferaoB at 0;IO
ui ud arrive at 7:86 p m.1 '
, 4i Acuipmodaliou leavaa OU City at 8:17 m and ar
rive at Fraukllu at 10 a m and returns at 11;80 a ui, ar
living at on city 3iu p n
Tl. Wuu I.' ... I I .' u . . . .i u Tiyu..n - -nlma
n est: at ii: r. m:. ana going c
.ttr,i0A, M. The
WWius carry paaaeugvr.-
passsuger tare al the rat of
- : -. I
nt par nil t to way
Matioaa, eoutA ia vw hair diato.
Abstract of Time Table Adopted Nov. 4th. 1872.
IJULLMAN'S best Drawing-room ami
sleeping C aches, combining ali modern Im
provements, are run tlirnn(h on all trains from Buffalo,
SusiH-nsio biidye. Nfnffara Falls, Cleveland and Cin
cinnati to New York, iniikltitf direct connection wlih
lines of foreign nd cimRtwlse steamers, atid aim
with Sfiund Steanu-rs and railway line fr Boston and
other New Knglsnd cities.
No. I. Nn. If. No. 4. I No. 8,
STATIONS. Day Llnhtn g Night 4 Clnrln.
Impress. Express Kxpress. Kxpress.
I)unklrk...L've. 7... IfWrVat. '.V."777T 10110 p i
balaioaiica.. " ttiai ' II'J 1st A M
ciirtoD. ...... ' "ooYii i atV ftiir ii. M"'ir
Susp, Bridge ' T tin ' 140 " 6 4 In 05 "
Nlagarah 'ls 7111" Mr. " 6 f, i " IP U "
hutiiiiu. 't- ") ,r "ir" u aV '
Attica....!. . H:ft.7T " " '" 'liwia i
l'ortsgc...... Mir," 44 ' U m " ins "
llornellsv'le. " 11 ou " ( ' 101 ' 81 "
Addison ' I I 4". 7 0,1 " 11 SB 45
Rochester... " 8 Ocj 4 80 l a m"
Avon 8 m " 4 as " nm
Hath " 1104" 8 " :0 13 " ..j....
Ctirnlng " 'it OMpii! f S " H0U.' 4 87
Elnnra Arr. H 8H " 7 IVS ' iH5 ' li 08
Wavcrly ' MM" 8 40 " 1 18 " JM '
Philadelphia " 10 80" I fsVV.B
twegn MH'-'ITl1) " 1 47a V I138A at
Biiighanilon ' Dt( " '.1005 " 80 " 7 18
Great Bend.. ' 8 01" a 04 " 7 40 '
Snsoiioliuii'a " 8 IB " 10 M) 8 30 " BIKI '
Deposit 4 05" 1184 " 4 0-1 " 8 Ml
Hancock.... 4 8" 1'0-iA.H 4 87 " IW '
Lackaw xen. " I3. :1L i 11 10
llouesdale.. " "7 7 " . . . j- ' I i' "
Porl JervTaT fTfsa 60 710 " 111 M a'm
Middlctown. " B3 " Soa " l lir.
Goshen...'... " 8 lit "
Turners .... " 8 18 " .HJ'L Jl JJIJI
Newhuig... " 7... ". 11 tlF " "...
i'siiersoVm-" h ii bso " ioTr. VaTi "
Newark .. 7 l" """ il 03 J'ti
Jersey City.. ' II 48 fi:vf" : 0 M A ' i t
NewYork'... " i' M 7 00 U10J 3 30
Bosfon . " 4w'r. 05r"ii. CBOa.m
Arraugeincntaj or Drau-liiic-Hoom aiud
No. 9. Sleeping Coaches fnim Cleveland lo Hornells
vllle. and itniw ing-Koom Coaches from Suspen
sion Bridge, Niugora Fails and BuITalo to New
York. No. 18. -Slceplnff Coaches from Cincinnati, Suspension
Bridge. N iagara Falls Hnrt'alo and lloruellsvillu to
New York; also from llorueliavillu lu Albany
No, 4. Slcepinc Coaches from Suspension Bridge, Ni
agara Fulls and Buffalo to New York.
No. 8. Sleeping Coaehes rrom Cleveland, Suspension
Brldgf. Niagara Falls and Buffalo to Susquctianna
aud Drawing Boom Coachea from busquel'auua
to New Y'ork.
Ack lor lickela Via Erie Rnilway.
For.Sale at nil principle Tii kt l Onifes.
Jni. N. Abbott, CrVn. i't. Affrnt.
S. T.18G0 X.
TlIIS vromlorftil vpsrctable restorative
the sheet-anchor of the feenle and debilitated. Asa
tonic and cordial for the aged and languid it has no
equal among stomachics. Asa remedy for the nervoua
weakness to which women are especially subject, it is
superseding every other stimulant. Ill all climates,
tropical, temperate or frigid. It acts as a specific In eve
ry species of disorder which nndernili.es the bodily
strength aud breaks dowu the animal spirit. 114U
Beautiful Woman !
IIAGAN'S TI A43NOLI A BAI.ITI irlveatollie
Complexion tile Frrslniens ol' Vniitli.
Haoan's Maunolia Balm overcomes ihe Hushed an
pearane.u caused by heut futiguu und excitement. It
makes Ihe nulv of forty uppeur but twenty, nnd so nat
ural and perfect thill no nelson can del, ct Its applica
tion. By Its use the roughest skin Is made to rival the
pure radiant texture ol youthful beaulv. It removes
redness, b otches, and pimples. It cuutaius nothing
that will Injure the skin In the least.
Maonoma Balm Is used bv all fnsblonulilo ladles In
New York. London, und Paris. It costs only 15 cents
per Bottle, and is sold by all Druggists and Perfumers.
ALICE MARLAND WELLINGTON.
Her seont peculiar; nainuly, ltu liiul no
Fociilinriiy. The wmiil lo-thiy
Kxpi-clHitH to lie oilil ; to wear our hair 1
lixtruiiitlv luiiif or clso oxiremulv Hhnrt t
i h:tve tti'uuloil viowa on aniiio imo puiut.
Or else iinsollk'd vicua mi all. li it alio
Whs livini; Biiniily what site wlahotl lu live :
A Involy lite til' rtinniK'it wiim.nihoml,
Willi nu 8li:it'i, s iliciit dmIiiiu tor eyo or ear
To seize and pass quick Jmlijm, -lit on.
Mie wu8 not quite content In let tlie iroldiMl (litys
Slip tliroiigh her Angers lileo tltu well-worn
be.-itls ' ,
Of 8niiie long rosary, 'old o'er arid o'er
Kacli nielli w lili Hull, meclninlcitl rmi'lne.
But yet slio liuu mi " central nurnogu," no
Abao bint; aim to whicli nil else tnnat yield ;
And an tho very sweetness or her life,
lis exquisite simplicity and calm,
Mulc.it in I's silence, struck the ear
Mure sir rply Hi an n discord would have done.
Jil t as at sua, we grow i csustomed lo
Tht' Jnr nnd clank of harsh machinery.
And sleep profoundly in our narrow ucrtus
Amid the turmoil j hut if suddenly
The noisy whirr is silent, and the deep,
Low murmur of tho moonlit sen is all
That elirs the air. we waken Willi a start,
And ask In terror what lias happened; then
iSink hack again and smile tn think, Indeed,
That silence should have waked us ;
Alas ! '
The world hag grown so feverishly hot
With restless aims Nnd small am mi ions, Hint
A life winch has the cool Hint temperate now
Of healthy purpose to its veins, will scetu
Peculiar f ' " ' '
" A fanner ' in Enclid.Ohio,' has been
trying to determine how jonf . it would
take to drown a Colorado potato bug,
but tailed. Six hours ten inches below
the surf ate of water did not appear to
discomfort his bugship at all. ; ,' 1 ,'
, When the British - ships under Lord
Nelson were bearing dowu to aituct the
combined fleet of Tralulgar, ihe first
lioutenimt of the revenge, on going round
to see l bat all Inn. Us were, at quarters,
observed one of the men devoully
kneelitiii at the side of his un. So tin
usual Bti attitude exciting his surprise, he
asked the 'sailor if he',, was , afraid?
"Afraid 5'' , answered, the -tr,:: ?'N. I
was only prsyiug that the- enemy's shot
may be d stributed iu the same propor
tion a prize-monav the : greatest part
the officered' -"! j- " '
. riitriJges in Beaver' Uropt1 are ara'e
enoiigu lo eat irow the nana waea prop
trlj oooked. .. i!::-j w.:
BY MRS. M. F. BUTTS.
in Fot n tiiAi'j F.ua ciiAPren inaT.
'It's time to got lip, Jennie," nail Mr.
FHiitiiner, Hlamlitiir at the foot of tlie
slnira, at, six o'clock, one hoi July morn
inj. 'lho appaker wtrs a satl-f.ifBil, lircl
lookitii wiiinan, ihin nti'l wmn, and a,
slie tiiriieil lo Inmli Uio cross baity, there
was a liseouro;eil expression oh her I'lee
that told tlie pitiful story.
Ten, twenty ininiilcs iiananil by. hml
Jeiinv dill not niilicnr. 1 lie
worse and worse; I lie voices of the hired
men were- heard out side the door; tlie
wenry mot her anxious and fretted, hur
ried ft out tlie stove to the table, tiyingin
vain to gel breakfast ready ut the usual
"This will never .lo", snid Farmer
Fanning, coming in bluff andbeariy, and
seeing the table only half set.
"Do you call this economy) keeping
hull n dozen men a wailing lor their
breakfast, and more hay out than we imo
possibly get up ?"
"The baby's been fo troublesome that
couldn't get along with the breakfast,"
watt t he reply.
"Where's Jenny ?"
"In bed, Is'pose."
"Will, all I've got to say is, that if
you let that girl lie. abed all day, insteail
of getting up to help, it's your own
At lust t! e fried ham and eggs were
dished up, and the brown bread cut, the
collee pot and pitcher of rich milk put
in their places, nnd the family sat down,
Justin Ihe nick of lima there was a rus
tle ol hi a relied draperies, and n. ptelly
figure appeared in the freshest of blue
cambrics. A sweet mouth and bright
blue eyes said "good morning," atd then
everybody fell to eating. Everybody
except the mother. She flitted from
the cooking stove lo (he t ible, and from
the laldo to the baby, so often, and was
bo flushed nnd worried, that the break
fast was half spoiled for all lliei est.
"Do sit still June." said aunt Milly,
the guest in bhii
ou'll never eat
"Oh, i doseii'l matter about me," was
the injured reply. ,
Breakfast was almost over when Jen
ny came slowly in. Her dress wiw un
tidy, and her whole appearance was care
less, yet a brighter, better lace than Jen
ny Faiinii'g's one would not often see.
The child looked uneasily at her moth
er, conscious that she had not done the
right thing, but Mrs. Fanning's lips were
compressed, and her whole face expressed
sense of injury that was even morbid
in its intensity. The wist full look in
Jenny's eyes that betokened a desire to
"make up" by doing belter the rest of
the day, faded out, and the gloom on her
oioih -t's face was reflected in hers.
Mrs. Fanning finished her coffee aud
began clearing the table,
"If you waul to do anything," said she
lo Jeiinny, who nttentplwd to help, "you
can pick-ihe beans for dinner."
' Jenny took her pail and went out into
ihe garden. On the way she met Aunt
Milly, who was lying up a rose that had
been" beaten down, from its trellis tlie
night before by the rain. The child lin
yered, and finding that Amity wanted a
piece of twine, ran back to get it, already
forget ing her tnoroseness iu iho pleasure
oi being useful.
"I ihotihl you wcro picking the
bean.1," sa"' iiiol'lur, meeltiig her at
"I came back to get. a string for aunt
51 ill v."
"Well vou can stay back," nnd flush
ed, and actually trembling with excite
ment Mrs. Paiiiiini' ruslieil into me gar
den, believing that the whol- world was
hi league to make lier tlie most misera
ble Woman in existence. Tho glimpse
that she passed, added a drop to her
over-lull cup. ...
"Some folks can be dressed up all the
litta' ; and others are, bound to be slaves,"
said she to her self,' stripping off the
beans, nervously, anil casting a glauee al
her -dingy calico dress. ' "Its a good
thing not to have anything to do but tie
up rose bushes in the forenoon. I guess
it she'd married John Fanning therts'd be
d liferent story."
In the me.tn time Aunt Milly fumed
Jenny iu tho kitchen. She found her
silting by tho uncleared table weeping
passinaiely. ;. Ihe- uauy, lonunau-iy
was asleep, with us inn mo in us mourn.
"Wouldn't picking up ilia oiHiies ue
butler than crying t" she said, putting
her hand gently ou tho ehilJY tauglcd
hair. , .. I.;.!,.--
There was no answer but sobs. .
"Come dear, gel the hot water, and
carry tho dishes to the sink, and I'll sit
Jowti by you ana ury mem lor you.
My back won't let me Uo any more iliau
that you kuow. , - !-- '
"Oh, Aunt ' Milly," S il l Jenny, nor
faco still hidden, "you know 1 don't
want vou to help: 1 ilon t mind . the
work, but- " and poor Jcuuy burst into
fresh sobs. ' ' ' ' '
"But I want to help. Come, there's
no time lo lose. Let's gel fairly Vuuder
way before mother comes in. , , . , ,
Jenny gpt up ami weut towork, the
bi hot tears running down 'br cheeks.
Suddenly the stopped, and :'wiih a look
nol pleasant 't6 see in ti child,') face, said,
'Aiuut Milly, I could; do. wnythiug . if
uioihel- was like you." .. i. .
"Jennv." said Aunt Milly very een'.ly,
u it would be better to thiuk about what
you can do now, than what you couiu uo
under other circumstance. What is the
very first thing that you can . thiuk of
no-, to do?" "''''
"Wash the dishes," Baid Jenuy.
' "Veiy.well, then let' hurry, belorfe
baby .wakes! By aud, by whuu every
thing is done, we will go out by our
selves, and have a little talk about these
things. " i '. r- - 1 V '
"But every thing never is done, Aunt
Miiiy;; "': ' 7:'", 1
"The best reason in the world that wo
should! make .the most of every miuute,"
and the plates slipped through Aunt Mil
ly' white finger as if by magic -
When Mrs. Fanning came iu, the. pic
ture was uot an unDleasant oiie- that met
ber.eyw. i.Tbw'piU of idiiuing , tjrpckery,
wailing to go lo the pantry, w8 encour
aging, at least by contrast with what
had been, And the sleeping baby prom
ised an opportunity lo get dinner. A
Mill" fresh air had made ilie mother feel
belter, and altogether the kitchen was
h as el, m, lv, it il couldn't be called brifht.
Jenny's) t-vts were mill red. and her
mother's lace wa oi.lv half clc.-ired, but
Aunt Milly prepared beans for the pot,
ami between the. three aff.tiix progressed.
liile the- liaby sleeps, let me tell vou
about ihe Fanning lain, ly.
Jhcie were six ol lliein all told, .John
Fanning, Mrs. John Fanning, John Fan
ning Jr., Jenny, Dick nnd the baby.
John Fanning, Sr., Itelievid in hard
wotk. John J r. was in college, and as
near as I can make out, believed in a
kind heart. At any rale the neighbor
said he was a good as gold, and that it
was a sliami) to spile liuu W illi college
larnin'. Dick's brain was principally
occupied w illi the problem of " how nol
to do it ; Jenny Vou have already seen ;
and the baby you probably will sep, for
he isn't oul of sight long at a lime.
Dick is fourteen, a Lit Jenny is twelve.
The former doesn't seu what girls are
good for, consequently isn't of much use
to the latter. ' Mr. Fanning's sister, Aunt
Milly, is spending the summer at the
Fanning farm. Sue is an in Valid, and is
dependent upon her blot hers.
".She's a pjor creature," the old wom
en say, who live near by. tihu can put
ou u clean caliker every tiny, and make
a little flimsy suitf with her tingeis.
.Seems to me the Lord might as well lake
iier, and not leave her here for hard
working folks to take care ol."
Bui the Lord has a use lor Aunt Milly,
though the old won c i don't k, o -v it.
The tlay that begun so drearily, drew lo
its dost) as all days do, whether we work
or wait, aud eight o'clock saw ihe last
milk pan washed and the last " chore "
done. Aunt Milly staid in the kitchen
and,, minded the baby while Jenny
"finished up," and 1 hcu asking Dick with
one of her sweet smiles lo lake her place,
she invited the tired lillle girl lo go out
Willi her ami sit under tin- tiees in the
orchard a while.
Jenny took her eun-boiiuet from the
hook behind tlie pantry door, and tlu
two wcro soon silling tpiiet'y by them
selves, rpiile out of ihe reach ol house
work, or crying babies. The moon Was
at Us full, and ihe soil sweet light flouted
through ihe trees that were elirrcd by
ihe least bit of an evening wind.
"Why can't people always feel as you
and I do now, Aunt Milly," said Jenny,
alter a lillle silence.
" llow is thai, dear ? "
" W'J'j 4'iiet and salisfied."
"I think they can if they take the
"But people can't always sit nnder the
trees iu the moou-liglil ; they must wash
dishes, and run about in ihe heat, and
tend baby and gel scolded w hen ihey are
uot to blame."
"Bui -ire they not to blame?"
"Aunt Milly, you know I'm uot to
blame half 1 lie tune w hen mother finds
fault with tiK-," and Jenny began lo grow
exulted and flushed. "
" Nol to blame at tho time, perhaps,
but suppose you look back. Nothing
happens without a cause."
"Well, you saw how mother acted this
morning about ihe beans, and only be
cause 1 weut to get it string for you."
"Was it vour mother, or a very tired,
nervous woman, who scarcely knew what
she was doing '( "
"I suppose she was tired, but I can't
"On the contrary, dear, I think you
could havo mado liiu day quite different
for your mother, yourself and all of us."
"I, Aunt Milly 1" -
"Yes, you. Let me' draw a lit t lo pic
lure for you, of a brighfcheerlul girl up
wiili the sun, keeping baby quiet, selling
the breaklast lubie, running down cell: r
for 1 lie butter, out to the dairy for the
milk, and saving mother all tlie steps
possible.- Every day is like a skein thai
we have to wind. II we don't get the
right end in the morning, we go on gel
ting in a worse and worse tangle all the
time. It may seem to you very little
that a child can do, but a girl in your
placo can make a w hole family happy or
uncomfortable, by tho doing or tho ueg
leci of what may seem a trifling thing."
" But mother is unjust."
"You will never gain anything while
you leavo your own fault' to look al
those of others. Watch every oppor
tunily to keep your mother from gelling
overtired, and you won't have bo much
fault to find. Keep thosken straight,
then you'll Ihivh uo trouble iu g Uing
out the tangle." -. ,
"Well, Aunty, if you'll call me lo
morrow uiort.ing, I'll get up just when
"That'll be a good beginning, dear-"
"But something will be sure to hap
pen, it 11 isii 1 uiomer, u 11 uo muitr 01
Dick. I don't believe anybody in the
house cares a penny for me.
" 1 cau l believe lliat. Jut I iihhk we
have talked long enough uovv. It we
are lo be such early ners, and help so
famously tomorrow, wo nitist go lo bed
in good season." ' ',
eems 10 mo Stilly and Jenny take
to each other," mid Mr. Faiiuipg, as the
two weut up stairs together.. : .
, "Well, I hope she'll inf ko something
of her, for its niore than I can do." ''
"What. Alillv make something of Jen
ny? , I don't think she', likely to make
much of auvbodv. Willi her soltly ways.
I should think she' just about as useful
as a cat ibat ia disabled from catching
mice." , 1 :
"A fine way to talk about your own
sister." . , - - 1 . -
"Relations don't count with me, you
know well eiiouizli.' If Milly could show
tno something that she' done, w hy that
would be a ditlereut thing.
"Well, '"he has a good deal of influence
nver Jennv.'alreadv: tha child will run
and do things for her quicker than bIiq
will. for me: but thcii, I don't, expect
anything." - , -i .
Mill v 1 A lilo of t xqniste pa-
tienoe and sweetness under , great trial,
miiiii fur iiothitii? with her Draotioal
brother who bad no eye lot spiritual rich
ti, and, for aiiter-uvlawj aba.VrM too
much flbsoibcd in her own troubles to ee
w hat In r guest waa trying to do for her.
Jenny slept soundly after her dny of
woik nnd worry, and when a light tap
on lie) door woke her alio bounded out
of bed buoyant with the hopes that
Aunt Milly hail inapired in her. She-
was drcsxed and down stairs in time to
help get liit-akfin, and everything wont
ofi smoothly lillJDick came in.
It's up eiiily, is'nt it," ho said mock
ingly. Jenny paid no attention, but went
on laying tlm plate and . knives .
"You feel big, don't you, Vaiiae Aunt
Milly makes so much of you. She ain't
much ; I heard father say so last night.
"I (lout believe it," replied Jenny an
grily. "S'pose- yon think I'd lie?"
"Kh ? l)oyon? Answer me," find
the boy peered round into his sister's
face wnh a saucy leer.
Instantly, Jenny's hand was raised
and it fell with such force upon master
Dick's face that the blood streamed from
his nostrils. His roar of pain wukc ihe
baby, who added to the oproar by
frightened screams. Mrs. Fanning
oaiim iu from the pantry wnh a bowl of
cream iu her hand. Dick's face covered
with blood frightened her so thai she
dropped the bowl, and the cream ran in
a snowy rivulet across the kitchen
"What's the matter? "demanded tht?
"She struck me," said Dick.
"Go to your room Jenny find don't
vou let me see yon again to-day," was
Mrs. Fanning'", verdici, and Jenny, w ith
out any chance of hearing, w ent sorrow
fully out ot the kitchen, it was sorrow
thai she felt at first, but before she got
up stairs, she was so filled with a sense
of injustice that she clenched her fists
and set her teeth together in a fierce de
termination never,' never to forgive any
of ilium. She would live with them
while she was obliged to, but she haled
them, yes haled tliem.
"Why Jenny," said Aunt Milly, cm.
ing out of l.er room, "what w the mut
ter?" ".Matter enough, I wish I was dead."'
'What, the skein tangled already?"
"Yes ! And I meant lo make such a
nice day," and the child sank dowu up
on the stair iu a fil of uncoiitiollable
weeping. When Aunt Milly joined the
fiiniiv, she found Mr. Fanning stolid ami
his wife indignant; Dick had washed off
the blood, and was telling " how it hap
pened," making out a good story Jur
"And you didn't provoke your sister
at all," said Aunt Milly.
"Oh, if you look at a girl, it provokes
her. She'd belter not birike mo again
Milly said no more; though she long
ed to become outwardly, aud to some
purpose, the champion ol' the girl crying
so bitterly up siairs. "What cau I do?"
she thought. "How I wish I was
strong." Bui she remembered that the
strongest of us cau do little in such
eases, but love und wait, and she fervent
ly aked God for patience ami wisdom,
thai she might bhow this jailing house
hold something belter than discord and
discontent. In the course of that day
there was auother long talk with Jenny,
during which the child grew strong
agaiu to trv once more t do right.
' Il's no use," she said, " but I II trv.
I told vou something would happen to
spoil this day, and it'll be jusl so lo-mor-
row, and every day. il they cl only
love me, but vou see they don't, Auni
"I'erhaps thev think you dont love
They wouldn't care if I didn't.
"Ami d you?"
" 1 s'pose'l do."
"You had belter cultivate love till vou
are more sure of its possession."
" ell I'll do the best I can. 1 won t
strike Dick again if he makes faces at
me every lime I look al him."
"He isn't likely to do that. lied
soon gel tired of il, if he saw you really
didn't mean to notice it."
"Did yo-.t ever notice how tho ice
melts before ihe sunshine ?"
"Why ot course I have Aunt Milly,
"Well in jusl lliat way, all unkindiiess
melis before the sunshine of kindness."
"But shouldn't Dick be kind too?"
"Certainly. But I believe we agreed
to lake things as thvy come. itmd
laugh at a general that talked abotii
w hat he would do if there wasn't an ene-
"UI course I buouiu, uuiy.
Mother Eve's Servant Girl.
manufactured troin one of Adam's ribs,
, , . .i. .
a III l ea gin witsu i inuuo au ma mira
lime to wait ou hei?"
Because Adam never came whining to
Eve with ragged stockings to be darned
a collar string to bo sewed on, or glovo to
be mended " right away quick now ! "
Because he never read the uewspnper un
til the sun went down behind the palm
trees, ami then stretching himself, yawn
ed out, "Ain't supper most ready, -.my
dear ?" Not he. Ho made the tire, and
hung over the tea kettle himself, we'll
venture, and pulled the radishes, peeled
the bananas, and did every thing else
that liu'd ought to. He milked the cow
fed the chickens, and looked after the
pigs himself. He never brought home
half a dozen friends to dinner, when Eve
hadn't any pomegrauiies, and the man
go season was over. - He never stayed
out until eleven o'clock to a " ward
meet ing," hurrawing for an out and out
caudidate, and then scolded because poor
dear Eve. wa Billing up and crying in
side iho gates. He never played bil
liards, nor drove fast horses, nor choked
Eve with cigar Binoke. He never loafed
arouud corner groceries, while solitary
Eve wa rocking lillle Cain' cradle at
home. . , .
In short, he didn't think she was spec
ially created for the purpose of wailing
pti bim, and wasn't under tho impres
sion that it disgraced a man to lighten
I hi wife's cares a Utile, , .,
The East River Bridge.
Kvery repent travt h-r to New YotV W
the Sound bonis, must have noiir-edpi
rapid progress which the great tower
that are to form the abutment of -Wie
bridge between New York and Brooklyn
are making. Ihey loom tin on 1 citHef
side of the chnnnrl like
rative 1 of 'torn
great event now past. Below the fvvj!I
ings are dwiirfi d io ir-signifieaiicivYiiiAt
ni'hl they look like silent guards , AVer
the steeping i-iiie. By day they ajra
hives ol busy bustle, lint the ftlsHTtr is)
now so far tip in I lie air (hat it Is ivot
much noticed. All ihe noise there lovia
made by the click of hammers, and the)
rattle ol wires and pully. t or all woYlC
has reached a height of one hundred abd
fori y fed, wln-re the w ind blows 80 Ife
mendously that men raniiint speak and a
heaid, And otieu il is hard lo keeps foot
ing. Everything is dot-a by power.
Blocks of stone that weigh ten tons lis
lo tin; top in ten seconds, and are ready
to be dropped into their cement-spread
bed in a moment more. The pile grow
nl the rate ol about a foot a day. Evpfy
thing is on an immense- scale. Tha
pi-nings for (he roadway, at the heicht
of one hundred nnd eighteen feet, which
look so small and tleil-'iLe from betottr.
are really spacious passages. The' bolts
it.il l:ns w Inch look so slender are ten
inches wide and two thick, and the reK
which hold them 111 place are as big as
the top a piano stool. The tower will -be-
about one hundred 'and eighty feet blgh
where the wire cables that support the
bridge pass over them. The total. weigjlC
of the tower is estimated at sixty-eight
thousand tons, and ll.o attrage weighLof
the blocks of grnniic is about six toi.
The lightest blocks used weighed about
two tons, and ihe heaviest seven Lonsaqd
a half. Up to the present time there
have been about fourteen lives lost in ihe
construction of the Brooklyn pier, in
cluding those who died from the eft'ecjs
of air pressure iu the caisson. The great
ten inch cables, the chief supports ot the
spanning wires, will be carried over the
tup and anchored to the ground- nearly
nine hundred feet in the rear cf the site
of the piers. The ascend ng grade from
the piers to the center ol the bridge will
be sixteen feet, but this will ba almost
imperceptible when seen from the river.
The tower is not, as most persons wonld
suppose, a solid mass of masonry, but it
is penetrated to the water level wjth
two great wells or shafts, about eighteen
or twenty feet square, and 118 feet dep.
the flanks and center ot Hie lower,
marked on tho outside buttresses, UTo
solid. There are now about fifty
men engaged on tho Brooklyn lower,
but on the New York side there is a
larger number employed and the work is
being pushed with grtat vigor. One
gr-.-at feature in pissing over it will be
the magnificent view to be obtained from
its great heitrhf. Lower New York,
below Fourteen ih street, Booklyn, Jer
sey City, ind kast Itiver, and the whoje
expanse of the bay with its islands, forts
and shipping, will be spread out in fuii
sight. The gleaming gray of the. Hud
son lliver forms a back-ground to the
contusion of form and color which marks
the city, and tho blue of the bay is
broken by the brown circle of shoro
and fort wh'ch surrounds the green
heart of Governor's Island. The bridge
will be u place of resort simply f'rorr.
its sightliness and fresh air.
An Embryo Statesman.
He is seated on the top of the old
weather bealen gate, at the foot of. tho
lane, builing his first "castles in the air."
A young sun-browned bare-foot farmer's
boy. His clothes are tidy, yet torn at)d
patched iu many places; his bat of pla
ted straw w ith its raged aud uolcrd rim,
pariiaiiy shields his bright eyes from thy
sun. Willi onu font resting on the' bar
below, and the other reslKssly swining
backwards and forward, bo lingers, there
iu mule contemplation.
. Iu human lite there is do time whe'ri
thutuitirc presents more golden promis
es, than iu the ever changing, and re
sistless lauciea ami meditations of boy
hood. Th'j mind revels amid scenes of
oriental splendor. The soul live iu pal
aces ; the young boy forgets his bare
tec! and taiteted garments ; he is a far
mer's boy uo lotiger,biil a prince at borne
iu the castles ot his imagination. -
Years will come and go wilh their
changes and wilh the fulfillment and un
fulfiliinent of their promises. That young
boy, humble, in educated, yet hopeful,
may yet till a high place in the temple
ot fame. It iv boys like these that make
our greatest statesmen and our best men.
Nothing but the tlitncuiy oi attaining
means and position in society, can maku
one fully appreciate their value. Jfrottt
early habits ot persevering industry tne
soul ol man goes on gathering and grow
ing from obscurity to the most enviable
lame and reputation. Our influence and
our usefulness in this world,are not to be.
measured by our eat ly prosperity. VYe
do deserve uo credit for what wo are,
born to, but for what' we create our
selves. The world has a use for all oi
us. . None are accredited in vain ; bu,t
for a purpose, and he w ho fails in living;
and doing that for which he w as divinely
intended, does not establish the fact lUtO,
he was borne iu vain but that Jie live
in vain. Whatever be our Blation in
life, our tastes, of our - advaiitges, they
are no just condemnaiton of us; we are
to a great extent w hat : we make our
selves, socially and financially. . -,,,i,.i',i
"Do nol then stand idly waiting ; '".
For sonio greater work to do, '.,.
, Fortune is a lasey goddess, , . U ,ii
She will never come to you e
Go and toil in any vineyard ' ' ' '' ' '
Do not fear to .lo or dare ; ', '7 ' ,',,'
If vou want a field of labor, . t
Vou can find it anywhere.'
i,i : j:
"Here, you young raaoal, walk op and
give an account of yourself, where have
you been?" "After the girls,' father.
Did you ever kuow ine to do so when
was a boy?" 'No sir, but my mother did,i
Tub Painsville, Telegraph aays 1 Mrl
James Avery sold a calt to James Ca
son, only seven months old, and weighed.
)40 Lvouuda, i V.; :; -t