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XAIMISS REED & SON I'ubliBliers.
I X i J- Jt.
Independent in all things.
ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1873.
VOLUME XXI VNO. 11.
WHOLE NUMBER 1210.;
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TBHI OP UBftCUIPTlONl
.Tiro Dollars a,srrrti4--iiestrtcUy HMnnw.
Olsrg-vrojn will ba supplied wltU ths papsr for t
TmIth linn, or Ida. of Nonpareil male a suusrs.
Onoaqnars I wnak, 111
OnssqnSrs'l Wkn.,1 1 AO
Odorinrr- 3 trms.. I 00
'1 wo squares s mos.a n mi
Twosquai-rsS sioa. a 00
Twosquaresl year, Is 00
Foursquares 1 year IB 00
OnsiqnarsS moa.. (00
Onssqaarel year,. 8 0l
B.ialnsas Cards not dvorltvsltitoa perynar, tH 00
Ilalfcolumn 1 year, Ho no
Obituary Nollcoa not of general Intomst. Iiatrrates,
Local. Notice Too Cents a lino foe cacb Insertion..
rery description attended to on call, and done In t
mn.t tastfnl niann.T.
J A MR IW. rtAnK, Dealer In Pine Lnmhar and
Bltumenont Coal, corner Centre and Hallmad I Streets.
Ashtabula, Lumber In car lots, at Cleveland oriee".
Coal furnished by car or ton. Is prepared to -hip
Lumber by the A. Y. P Rad. - ,., . ISOi'y
Dealers In Fancy and
Startle Dry Goods, Family Groceries, and Crockery.
boutb Store, Clarendon Block, Ashtabula, Unto
B. H. CILKIT, Dealer lo lrjr Ooods, Groceries,
Crockery and (linn-Were, next door north of Flk
House, Main street. Ashtabula, Ohio. 1043.
t. BI. FAVLKKKR 4c RON, Dealers In Or
esrirs, Provisions, Kluur. Keed, Foreign and Dome
tr Fruits, Bait, Fish, Plaster, Wslur-Lliuo, Beeda,
Ac, Mitln street. Ashtabula, Ohio.
W. HEDHR1D, Dealer In Flour. Po k. Hams.
Lard, and all Simla n, Fish.' Also, all kinds of Fiiml
ly Uroceries, Fruits and eonfectiouery, AlS and Do
mestlc Wines. 1W8.
I. P. ROUGItTWK Ac So, Dealers in every
description of Boots, Shoes, lints and Caps. Also,
on hsuds stock of choice Family Groceries. Main
street, comer of Centre. Ashtabula, Ohio. , . SHU,,
JD. WyiiAskufcl,, Corner Sprlnuand Malnsts.,
Aehtahula, Ohio, Duelers In Dry-Uoods. Groceries,
Crockery. Ac. Ac. 10115.
8. H. WELl, Main Street, AshUbula. O.. Grocer.
Produce and CorainWslon Merchant for the purchase
and sale of Western Heserve Hotter. Cherse and
Dried Fruits; also dealer In choice Groceries and
Provision, Flour, preserved Meats and Fruits, both
foreign and domestic; Bait, Seeds, and Groceries of
very description. . . l'4
H. I.. noRRISON, Dealer In Dry-Goods. Gro
ceries. Boot. , sud Slioea. 41nts,. Ca. Hardware,
Crockery. Books. Patnis. Oils Ac. Ashtahola O. 800.
ROWiri AN, proprietor of Livery Stable
New Horses, Carriages. Hones o. Horses kept by
the day or week. Omnibus to and rroin al, trains.
BUble opposite Flsk House, Ashtabula. O. 1103
ii.. .Mi PHYSICIANS.
11 fV H V . VHII'KKII.TI. It., residence on
Church Street. North of the South Pnrk. Oftlce In
Smith's New Blork. opposite the Flsk House. 1189
DR. R.J&J telNG," r-hyslclsn and Snrtreon. nfllce
over Hendry & King's store, residence near St.Peter'e
Chnrch.'Ashtahula.. O ' 1 ! , . . 1043
Him fc WOORE,'Ilomo!opthlc Physicians' and
SUryeons. Oftlce same as formerly, No. 1 Mnln Str.Hit,
Ashtabula, Ohio. Office hours from 7 to A. M ; 1 to
P. M and evening. May be found at the office at
nltht. ' . ' ' - "87.
nn.. Rinm. would Inform his Mends, and the
pofc'lc generally that he may be found at his residence
or; rant utreet, reaay to auena to an proiessiousi
calls. Oftlce hours, from IS to P. M. Ashtabula O.
May !.!' 1(MB
THOMPSON UOl'SE. Jcfforson, Ohio.
v. r ' ' ' . V t i M. J. FpOTIt, frop,
Good Livery to connection with the Honse.
J. C. THOMPSON, Prop.
Fr.ee Bnss to and from the cars,
tr IKK- linl'Slt.-Ashtabula. Ohto. A. Field. Proorl-
aor. 'An Omni has rnnnmg to and from every train of
OlrS;'. Also, a good livury-siaoie aep in connection
with' this house, to convey passengers to any
point. . 1UMD
1IHT1BVLA IIOIISK-A. J. Smith. Propria
lorMsIn St. Ashtabula. Ohio. Large Public Hall
ir oOd Livery, and Omnibus to and from the depot. 1043
JOHN DVCHO, Manufacturer of, and Dealer in
Furniture of the best descriptions, and every variety.
Also General Undertaker, and Manufacturer of Coffins
to order. Main street. North ot boulh Public Square.
J. 8. RRACH, Mannlaclnrer and Dealer In First
Class Furultrne. Also, General Undertaker. 113H
"" P. K. II A 1. 1., Dentist. Ashtabula, O. Office
flVf Center street, between Main and Park. 1043
SKWYiW, 1VRI.MON, Dentist, Ashtabula. O..
fffi9 vlalu Couueaut, Wednesday and Tlin'silay of
each week. 1109
VILL1CK, D. D. 8. Kliigsvllle.O.ls pre
pared4o attend to all oerat'on in his profession.
ne maKes a speciality ui
tWe natural teeth.
VRRD. : . HLAKRSLKIi. Photographer an
delerld Prcture-. Kngravlngs. Chromes, Ac having
large supply of Mouldings ol various descriptions, la
nrenared to frame anr thlnir in the rtioture Hue. At
abort notice and In the best style. Second floor of the
Hall store. 8nd door South of Bank Ma street. 10H4
XT. Hi WII.I.I AHISON, Saddler and Harness
Makori opposite Kisk Block, Main street, AshUbula.
Ohio, has on hind, and makes to order, la the best
luauner, everything In his line. ' lottfl.
P. . IAHD, Manrttaemrer and Dealer In Saddles,
Harness. Bridles. Collars. Trunks. Wuips. Ac ppnn
site Fisk Hnasa. Ashtabula, OhW. - M0)5
W. DICKINaON, Jeweler.. Itepsrrlng of
ail kinds of Waince. Clocda aud Jewelry. More lu
AshUbula Uonse Block, AshUbula, Ohio.
JAmaiKfetoTKBaMNS, DeaJer (B Watches,
Clack Jewel rr. Sliver and Plated Ware. Ac He-
pairing of all kiuds done well, and all oruers proni(it-
ITWWOiiww.. msin prreei. jysnianilia ... . I"
J. 8, ABBOTT,
l.i 1 1... In I'l.wl.. . . V. . 1 ...,.
ry. etc. ' Bug-raving, Mending
Kbgranng, Mending and itepalrtng'dpne
order. Shop on Ualn street, Conneaiil, Ohio.
1 MANUFACTURERS. . '
ITRBBTEHf f.IDDINOS A COX, Jobbers and
Builders, aso uiauufsciurers of Ioors, Sash. B'lnils..
Siding, Flooring, and Builders' Materials generally.
Kipedalstieiill.nl ptven, to Ul axed Windows, Scroll
Sawing, Mouldings Ae. ' ' -
U. A, BXUlilirKlt A. O. GIDD(NGS,
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Mouldings, CUeeso Boxes, Ae. Planing, Matching,
and .orowl Saving done, on in iikiihh uotioa.
Ki-v.ai MkIq mroot-OiiDoslte the UDDur Park. Ash
VHKsrjfuUltlVLIiil M neftcterers a Trea4ers
lu all kUids of Leather m demand iu this market op
' poette PhoMilx Foundery. A'hubula, , , U80
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ATTORNEYS. AND AGENTS.
tHSjH.1IANtr H AI.I, As MIKHtllN. Alton
fteva aud Couuaeiora at Law. Asasiia. Obju,
pracilae lu the Vourts of AshUbula, Lake and Ij mug
Labam 8. SuaaiiAJi. ' TKaouuMnUsLL.
J. H. Shihimii,
ntVAtaD FITCH, Attorney and CanMlur
at L. Ns4mt Vuhile, AshUbula, Ohio. Spevul
Ifivsn to theSettlemeut or Estates, snd toCon
vavanclniraiid CollecLliur. Al to a 14 0a,lhsrrlsMg
th ni,fcr..i.t La
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K .siOrt, Jn'-i
I. O. K .a Oft, Jn- ilcrtef the Voasu od A'uent
tke Harnr,-tiun-, A Krankliit'lrs lisitr. Conipa,
Rles. jm In tlio store-v Owbf Welberwsit,
Mala BU'oai. Osiuoellft 4b Visit Uouse, Aetitaoala'.
. w"-rll : V --ir fir V'-L,
UBi uV ? t' ra
attendsWrw atpee ls, .WI.1,. .sl,
Over trranwrt, . rU suira, AsMatltiUvO.V'Wa,
uv, Asrissnuia. V
CHOM4 If 4c WK Til KUtV AX.'tleslars Id Stoves,
x lex? ift4?u tVA e
Tla-Watav Uollow-Wsre. bhelf Hardware, Uiasa
Wara. Lamps and Lsmp-Trlmmlnirs, Petrolean.
i urn rssk wov, ykstiiaoiua, i ) k
. ft. full ' stock of l'aiuu. oils. Varnishes.
nam. Jtc . ... . ., -
iKH4, v s ant HKK llsalns as Bardwav,
Jrop, Hivel sod NiV, Bles, Tl fimtm. OmM ITrM,
Copper and Zluc, sad manarstlares W tfin-
Itob aod Copper Wac. risk's lMuck Asiilabila,
Dmrtrlat and Apotha-
sjy. and irenrral daelnrlK Dreaa, Montrines, winee
nA l.lnni.r. for mi.ilii..! it,r.nan. Fancy and Toilet
Ooods, Maine street, comer of Centre. Ashtabula.
f II A III, KM K. HWIPT, Ashtabula Ohio, Dealer
In DriiKS and Medlclnea, Groceries, Perfumery snd
Fancy Articles, supi-rior Teas, Coffee, Bplces, Fla
voring Kxtrscts, Patent Medicines of overy descrlp
tl n, Palnla, Dves, Varnishes, Hruih",, Fawcy Hoapa,
Hair Restomtlves, Hilt Oils, Ac. all of which will
, he sold at the lowest prices. Prescriptions prepared
1 with suitable care. l(P"o.
QKonnK WILIi.IRn, Dealer In Dry-Goods,
Oroeerles. Hats. Cans. Hoots. Hhoes. Crorkery, (Hass
Ware. . Also, .whoh uU and retail nVls- In Jlswt
wsre. StMlwf, Mnll-4 rr. Jri-sV, Dnir. Medicines,
Paints. Vila. DyattufiV o Mirtn St. AsMsbuNt. 109.
RVnOIIR, sips.', v Ac co.. Mannfac
tnrers Stoves, Plows and Colntrne, Is'lndowCaos and
Hills. Mill Castings, Kntliea, 8lnks, tjslrh Bboes. Ac,
Phreulx Foundry, AshUbula. Ohio. " 10U1
ASIITARVI.A NATIONAL BANK, Ashta
hu'a. Ohio. H. Fas-ktt. Pre't. J. 8m. Blvth,
Cashier. Authorised Caudal, 2()0.0tfl. Cash Capital
paid In flOO.000. II. Fassktt. 4. B. Crosby. C. K.
llnuca. H J. NITTLITOK.B. K'KUJS. V'H. Hl'lirHRST,
K. O. WanNXR, Cdarlis M'alkkii, P. F. Good. Dir
Til R ASMTARUI.A LOAN ASSOCIATION
CAPITAL tlim.iioiH-omc Main btreet, uext door
aoulbof Flsk House does
GttNKRAL BSNKIKS BraiNPSS.
Bnv and aells Foreign and K as tern F.xchange, Gold,
Silver, and all klnd of U. 8. Securltiis.
Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on
day of payment, at current rates of exchange.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
F.SIIllmon, Geo. C. Hubbard, Ixjrenxo Tyler,
J.B.bhepatd, J. W. Haskell, , - 1. L. Morrison,
B. H. Farriugton. 1171
F. SILLIMAN, P-f. A. A. SOUTHWICK. Cathitr.
EDWAKDG, V I KKCK Dealers In Clothing, Hats
Caps, and Ueuts' Furnishing Goods. Ashtabula. O. b)H
W A I T K 8 I L I., Wholesale and Retal
Dealers In R. ady Made Clothing, FurBlskung Goods
Hats. Caps. Ac. AshUbula .y W,
EOHAR HA 1. 1., Fire and Life Insnranee and Heal
Estate Agent. Also, Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Office over Sherman and Hall's La vr Office, Ashtabu
la, Ohio. 1149
GRAND RIVER INSTITUTE, at Anstinhurg.
Ashtuhnla Co., Ohio. J. Tuckerman, A. M.. Princl
ful. Spring Term begins Tuesday March litsttt. Send
for Catalogue.. ' .v - w ' IMIitf
it'lj U 7 . St
I J. K. H 1TROH, Painter. Glazier, and Paper
Haugcr. All work done with neatness and despatch.
READY innrtu CassitiiHve Suils, all
grades, at tho Clothing Honsc of 1180
WAITE & SILL.
L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION.
From aud after January 6th. 1813, l'assingcr Tralus
will run a follows :
001NO WEST. SOII0 BAST.
No"."T.No; Hiet.') "a-Attowa. i r,N.'TSo. B
F M AM I 9 M AH
5 85 7 00 0 0 Oil City East S 60 8 64
45 7 115 OOjzJnnct ou 8 46 8 46
' S S3 7 10 1 l'x Oil City West.,... 8 41 8 rb
8 OS 7 SO 4 "'z Kcuo 3 So 8 f6
8 10 'I ! 7 8 Hun., i 84 fo
8 85 ' 1 JMM ! PrMiklln 8 10 8 17
3 45 7 68! 15 blSumnilt 8 111 8 11
" 8 Bl! 7 6 18 1 Polk 1 64 7 11
4 04 8 I.9 i 8;a Kaymiltou I4i 7 46
4 84 8 8 18 6 Naples 1 SB 7 86
4 87 8 81 8 8ixStoneboro 11 7 13
X4 81 IH 8H 81 8; Branch xl IS xT 16
4 44 8 47 85 6j('lark ! 07 7 1U
4 64 8 5H 88 8 hartley 1 6'l 7 00
8 10 t 11 44 8 Salem . ! 46 6
' 6 IB 9 16 4H 1 A a U W Crossing.... 18 8H fts
6 SO It 81 61 1 s Jamestow Noon. 88
a 64 8 Tunier vllle il 61 6 80
47 67 8 Siinon'sCornera...... 1141
. 10 0; 08 8 z Andover 11 84
i 0 13 H 8 Barber's Leon 11 18
: 10 88 70 4 Oorset 11 00
' ' 10 40 71 4 a Jed'erson 10 40
' ( I0 M Si 4 Plymouth 10 13
. 11 10 87 8 Aslitabnla 10 On
8 80 141 7 Cleveland 7 45
r u a u
Trains stop only on Signal. sTralns do Dot Stop.
sTelegrapb Stations. Cleveland Time.
The Jeuureon Accommodation Icavea Jefferson at 6:00
a m and arrives al 7:46 n m.
The Wav Freight trains stot at Jefferson In going
West, at U:8G P. M.. and going East at 7,50 A, M. Thes
grains carry passeimera. ' , , -- -- .."n'. t
Psssenger tare at the rate oft cents per mile; to way
suuous, couuteu in even nun mines.
ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted Jan. 20th, 1872.
a. Bleeping C aches, combiulns' all modern Im
provements, are run tnrnugn on an trains irotu uunaio.
sustinsion Bridge. Niagara Fulls. Cleveland and Clu.
ciiinatl to New York, milking direct couuection with
all lines of forelgu and coastwise steamers, and also
with sound Steamers and railway Uuea fr Boetou and
other new Ktigiand clues.
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8 50 a HIISP r1
6 10 " I 8 00 -v
7 00 1
7 05 '
7 45 '
8 66 '
V 64 1
10 60 '
11 45 '
8 88 "
11 01 "
Eliiura. ...o. ......
IS 08 I'M 7 86
18 88 " I 768
6 50 F .
Owe'O, . . 4,fc.....
Oreat Bend. ......
8 80 "
4 05 "
4 83 ;v
8 65 ;
10 60 ?
Turners . . . . ,
8 17 m
18 it ?,
8 18 1
Boston "1 4 60 p.m. 8 60 a.m
Arraugements of Drawltia;Raom and
Mm. I. Sleep! mt Coaches tram Cleveland to Hornells.
alou Bridge, Niagora Faila aud Buoal t New
i ! York.
; vine, ana urawing-rLoons t-sienes rrom cusnen.
Na. 18. Sleenlnff Coaches from Cincinnati. Snsnenslnn
I Bridge. Niagara Kails. Buffalo and llornellsvllle
- New York; also from Hornet. sville to Albany
Na. 8. Sleeping Coaches from Cleveland. Sasaenston
Bridge, Niagara fMTs aniVBuil'slo.uSnsqiiehaiina
' aud Drawing Kooui Coaches from BuiKiuebauua
; Ask lor tickets Via Erie Rail wy.
Tor Bnle kt U prfndpft) Ttekel Ofttcea.
W OW A III,. - .
l Jm. N. Abbott. Pen. lt: Agent.
CUNARD LINE OF BRITISH AND
U. Sw MAIL STEAMERS
1 Sail rrom Liverpool vU Queenatowa every Ttiesday
rrom new I ore every Wednesday and SMaaday
We inesdaya Cabin Passage a ISO- ui .,,.1 On
goul ; no steerage.
"... . I I' , 1 la Mo. .
wiuniiy, VI4IHH yrv mt irtr, oreersge ami enrreacy.
Bteerag Pwssatre from Llverp.M.1, OueeneUtwn, Glas
gow sai Londoinlerry to New York, f-14 caesvney.
PI v H, A s-ljJkTlwk.A m W Jsn uailtauuiBa, 4110
1 IIEAlr fcfifwrt'irea'- Media
7b '. Bvat . AnrteasV. Knlih,:V
I and Ue,m8rt ?lskes.,'.
M ttis Kafl asKl Wtoteetrade areea etrCoatitsts iwalt-
ngluspseuou. : Beliayuur h 1 . u. . ..
I Best . CJothea .
J ui be tlsa- - '
we hsss pnrchafeW Snrt an well preparad to ansae.
meats., frqia, the Ajllow af brands.. ii lsodsiHHa,wi
IXiesklna. Hll;ey Brothers' Vysener'a Bockheekara
SudHchnahlea : also Devonshire. Kerseys and Etreden
!all the deslraltls shades) aassaM at German Hlagoaaf
ml ritraluUt Lined Worsteds, ' Our lis ol
, ', i' .. b"'TJItIf!tfIsGSlt"V: rniH HOY
ft Very sua arkix'teW wanon to .H,ioU Mnnp"stsA
, .1 I , WAITE A SHI,
SELECT POETRY. TO "SER OURSELVES AS OTHERS
BY FRAN CLIVE.
Dill IJukVr owned fighting- Clog,
A brliidlc, ciinntp-liiiiri'd bruit-,
, WIlOM thiol dellltfllt Wl tO COKBIjO 1 '
i . In cunlne illapulei
An lir ccMuhicli fl, ylciotid, croiis,
6lub tnili d liHir-lipiiod, crop-euretl,
And red-eyed, canine nulsHnct',
By th tieigliboilioud culet feared.
Bill's dog; came down the street on a
,l)iatfoniU iog trot, . r -r
, A looking fr nio otiid dog, i X. J ?
t "1 of wlioin to nitiks It hot ;
Vlien, od a scrub)) looking brute,
His vision cbftiitttd to tall, r n . i.
BlMt inR irom out a looking glass
' ' Tliat leaned agaiimt tbu wall. ,
' Bill's dojr purveyed that SLronge cttulue,
With slnisler regnrd,
Anil doubled II he'd ever seen
A dug look quito ao4ird.'
Tlio more he tCHzed, lhe less respect
. . Heffllwitliib hiru stll. t I '
Kor tliHt'demoializefl, cross-ffraiijed
And bttug-dox looking cur.
That stranger dog relumed Bill's dog's
Insulting starv, in kind,
' "W 1 1 1 c 1 1 tended to still more disturb
Bill's canine's pence of mind,
AVI 111 every brislliui; bulr ulong -
His Buck, hu fiercely Irow ned,
And curled his tail unlil it ruived
. ' liib bind feet from the ground.
And showed his teeth, nnd cocked his ears,
And otherwise behaved
luiperiiuently hs dogs do
Whose inbiincta nte dt prayed r ' ' ' "
But all bis hostile signs were met
By signs as hostile, quite,
And Mil's dog lelt bituself compelled
( To sliuk uwuy or fig.hu , ,
. He flew ialo the hMiklng kIbri t - 1
Wfth all ol bis might and main
Filled with chagrin und broken glass,
-iluenou Hew out again. . -- -T
I4 tleciioii allowed Bill's dog thai be ' A
Had got into h scrimmage, ,
''f UiniKh ititligti'Uioo at tba ui(iit , j ,'
Of hl own hideous imnge.
The knowledge of his aspect quile .
Deslroycd his sell'-eateem j
For the hideous reality
' Surpassed his wildest dream. ' ' -Lite
lost, at once, all charm lor him ;
So, mournfully be steered
. Into u neighboring sausage shop
And never reappt-ured.
The moral ol thU doggerel
Is obvious, I trust j
' For there Is a mt r il lesson it) '
Bll Biiki-i's tlou'd disgust ; . , '
If some men knew bow ihey appear t ,J
To others', they would hide
The mselvis within a sausage shop
Thai la, they'd suicide.
From the Geauga Republican.
THOUGHTS ON TIME.
Tick, tick, tick, tick, says the clock.
constantly reminding us that time is fleet-
rtr-,. l'.uch vibration ol the tiendu'ttin,
ooiints anollier briet portion otour liva
adilea to the irretrievable pnst. How
apiiily I hone atoms of tinu-, multiply
lietiiKt-lves into minutes, hours days and
yenrs; so rapidly, indeed, that when we
feel that even time, thus- spent, is lost,
and an impulse seiaes us to rush on alter
it, in the attempt to redeem it again;
tsul that was a mistaken. impuUf. V hal
if gone is gone forever. The past is be
hind us and we cannot turn back, nor,
should we winli to, even though the re-
lueiubranco of many waster! moments,
r, what is worse, ot grave mistakes, may
haunt us Borely. It is 'not pleasant, to
le tlruu haunted, but it will help, after
ail, toavou siiniiur'oiutUKions and com
missions in the future. Tlie future looks
big to us, even bigger than the past.
out the present wfncli alone is ours, to
bs either for good or ill, looks small in
dt'ed. Just a gateway through - the ' fu
ture is constantly hurrying .into the
past; and al this gateway we stand writ
ing our records. . . lime will go on forev
ei'. Out, tiy and by, the sands ol our own
individual lives will be numbered; our
records finished. ; Theywill be read just
as they have been written ; nothing can
be craned nothing added. Iheretore
it is all luiuoi'lant that we write ilium
Well. ... , , -. - ;
We have each a doty we owe to our
selves, and, through ' ourselves;- to our
bod and (Jeator.. JJe has placed
our enre botb a. physical and intellectual
being, . ,at.u i are we to. be aceounted
blatueiess if, white we feed and clothe the
body to repletion, we neglect that tar
uioro' important part, the intellect
How bountifully has1 the Creator sup
plied us with loodaud adonrtnenlfor the
mind f The uu verse is full of it. We
need not htat ve unless we choose to.
Ii is possible lor some to climb to gi tat
e heights, and discover sublimcr truths
it. this intellectual pasturage than-oth
ers; but they thro vv dowu tons, , wiilt
lavish hands j ana thus we may read
trout Lt iks what those more gifted with
gen us have read from " Nat nre' herself.
Kahili Waldo JLiiutbou speaks ot books
as great h lis to genius, which he thinks
"receive ninre impulse troiuthein titan
from living minds. ' We take' the "book
undef great advantages. We read
when 'we ore alone. ' We read it with an
afteuliuu - 4i ot . . tlUlraeted." But the
amount of, benefit derived from reading
will depend on the selection we make.
It seems as though one could hardly fa'ud
lime to read much fictiou when books
history, of travels, of poetry, of biogra
phy, rtligion and science, are to be had
in sueh proftwion, aud fiona wlweh
may reap such rich rewards, o( meuturl
iiiipibyeuH-ut, lor the time devoted
their study. Sensational stories possess
aitfavtions.especialry tor the young; but
if they would J'l profit, they will
read ' soaring! of this kind ot litera-
t life, allowing some oMer firem) to Make
selections tor tiem. We- nmy ihope
g on learning w bile we live, but
I object ,of iuiIw4j would k4arUlv-r
nwu were we leeipjenis. merely, inero
ari Innumerable avenues ot usefulness
open to us. Intelligent . workeia
what Ave seeded. Let each, choose,
labor Wisely,. eohsuliing bis rlaturaltaste
or bent o oharaeteriwhach ..altnoa i
vyavs' dittpiays" itself, and 1 theo.',,:wlth
steady Sotrlieatifr., he maV bts1 sure
acuomplish ,rouch., nd Woma(i,
may wine apieuuiu reuoros lor Herself,
any exanopltMoi tNtoeaevt.
low na to believe that creative ywdorq
designed kei foa A mere gilded, bolter
existence, to flit anil duszle a Jilild while
till ilia lrmlin a ad rteanty ot youth
are gone. . Vanity, retailing trom tnl
education, may look no higher than thia.
but true w otnanhotMl recognize a noble
mission. Wifehood and motherhood are
exhalted stations, and h who fills them
will need never to mourn over misspent
tune. Lut in many other spheres ot tiae
fulnesa has woman labored successfully.
History tells us of women whose lives
have been iu ado beautiful by all , the
Christian graces ; women who have, dis
played almost unexampled heroism, and.
fortitude, and women w hose acliievruents
of genius and intellect stand dese rveilly
high, and upon their own merits. Jhd
is. there Hot a signfioance worthy of our
consideration lu the fact that we do not
need to become acquainted with the de
tails ol their lives to know that fihey were
not votaries' of fstshfon? The hrilliant'
and gifted lianah Al&re, lnsin'rikiiig 'of
lushionnble dress, as it appeared to her
a lent u ry ago,, says :. "(simplicity few!
modesty are things -so niueii exploded
that their very names are no longer re
niembered." And yet how much beauty
there is in simplicity, and .how much pre
cious time it would save to woman whiuh
might be devoted to mental improve
ment. -aVIio can tell how many Hannah
Mores aid Rosa Bonheurs ami Harriet
Hosmer8 we might have among ns it the
mass of' women ' cnuld ' be tuade tO' See
that there are nobler pursuits than those
imposed upon them by the tickle goddess
Fashion t ' . ; 1
But every lite cannot be made up 'for
great deeds. 1 here are small tilings
which ueed doing as well as large ones,
nd how are we to say that no or sue
whom the world calls great is more wor
thy than many another who 1ms followed
uncomplainingly, anil without thought
of reward, his patU-jof duty, however
lowly and obscure, and full of sacrifice
that uath may be? The inward con
sciousness of duty well performed shall
bo to them a rich reward, more precious
tar than any need of praise which na
tions could bestow.' ' - '
For the Geauga Republican.
Goldsmilh lias told us that , ; oi
'Tba kind laugb .bespeak the vacant Bind.'' ,:
Sofarasmy observation extends, he
. , ... i .ii-
IS - not. ailogetuei' iigitV uoriwuuiiy
wrong. .. v -ii .i' v-..t " 1 . J.s
There are some people., who. never
laugh without: going into a, Series ol
prolonged. yells, and laitly crack your
ears with runt aua roar, wneuiur me
mirtb-provokiiig cause be deserving ot
more Uian a smUo or k not. iiiey seem
to think the perpetraliir of the joke be
it ever so small a onerwill think himself
unappreciated if they fad to go. into
spasms ot laughter ' I. think ;the2re.
mentioned people prve GoldsmiibTright,
so tar as ther are concerned, beyond
dOUbt. ,. ... - ! :1 i i -
It mnsl be acknowledged I love ;
listen to a loud , laugh when it is , riot
"done on purpose,"! I mean, when
conies from the heart, -"laughs:, itself.'!
Laughing, or the totling which proniptB
it, is lhe oil thai keep the wheels run-'
ning easily, and keejts away the rust
uioroeuness and misanthropy. -
Of all the things that awake our, pity
and abhorrence, none, I think, can com
pare with the vinegar-faced human crab
who never so lar relax ineir iaciai mus
cles as to smile. "' ' 1 ' ' ' " "
I have the' recollection of one of them
in my mind no w, A man ..blessed ..n i.tU
all de needed to tiill his. cup of luduess
full, except the power to eiijoy his'bless
iugs. To him there was no light,
beunty, iu life, and to. him death meant
nothing but worms, dai'Kuess and decay.
Wealth, which if rightly used.is a bless
ing, turned to a curse in his hands. AU
who tried to prove themselves friends
him were in his estiinalion'only anglers
for his mon.ey. lie trnsted.no one, love
tts ikiin. owkil ea)s anmiJdiJ ' i Tr . a, r jv
Ydur own ' niembr call funiisnyou
many glaring contrasts to the person
mentioned. Thank heaven that there
are as many as there are., and may the
ranks of the laughers bencreased dailyl
I don't mean yiyylerstnl lavytert. No,
not by auy means. A,gigg!er is too de
testable to eveu deserve to be mentioned,
or needs only to be known to be detest
If you have any LliLng laugh at, why,
laugh. Don't go Ihrough fife with your
taue as long as a rail, as though there
was" noihiugVbtiy aorfow We. J Don't
be dreading some aw fid bugbear ahead
of vou in the tuture. II" the sun faira
shine every day, just create a little, sun
shine in your owu heart, and yod will
surprised to see bow far it wtil shine
a dark day. . : t
Wolf Hunting in Russia.
A correspondent of the London JSlorn-
tarWgives a lively aoexnntt of wolf
limiting,, which . U ,one of the, favorite
spoils iu tuose parts oi nussiu, wuete
the animals have. not. disappeared b
tore advancing civilization. At some
abnormal hour between night and morn-
jng, you are aroused by a vigorous shake
and a 0rse aoowtniiou lo ''lurjable
andllovk khvvp bst.it,dfos1."lhr's
time to lose." You make a hasty toilet
abd sallying forth see iu front of your
but, in the dim light of the coining dawn
a hage, dark, shapelesa mass, which,
yonr eyes gel used to lire darkness,
tl e form ... of a , broad, heavy,
three-horse sledge with sides not unlike
an eiiornfroasj .washing lab, around which
la Hhree or four speoiral figure with
lanteriis--thetiitul glar waking their
grim bearded faces look grimmer
iesa human than ever.' Guns, animiini-
kton, harversaeks, etc. and stowed away
in the bottom ot the conveyance ;
last not not least, a youug pig,( protest
ing against bis abduction will It a' laud
iifcs and ffueney,!!!! wpiilp do honor
a Hyde Fark nieeling.
All being now,, ready,, 4 1m jfiHUr.
squeere themselves into their places,
driver shakes his reina with aw iW whoop,
and awJty'Hslg intoUke tdarkkess,
Mile after mile of the frocen waste goes
bj like a dream,, tll a length thT spec.
tra.lt shadows of the forest begin Wtr-i
'r'ouiid' ttt;'if tb juT ot 6ttf
lucky big (wboae a is ooit of ion party
Is vigorously pinching) begin to be an
wred by another aonnd which no one
who has yet beard it will easily forget :
not the long melancholy howl, where
with a iicrles wolf may l4 heard be
moaning himself on the outskirts of our
village any night in a week, but the
quii k siiitrling ery of one who sees his
food coming and wishrt to hasten it,
And behold, there they come at last, the
gaunt, w iry,' slouching fellows with
their bushy tails, and fiat, narrow heads
aud ' vellovv, thievish, murderous eyes.
Crack I the formoft of the pack rolls over
On t' hie side, kicking convulsively ; but
the rest gallop on- an heeding. Crack!
crack ! snd two more fall dead, blotting
the snow with a smear of dull crimson.
Some of tho boldest pursuers swarm up
to the sledge, and attempt to leap over
its protecting sides while w e pound their
heads with the bull ends of our pieces,
and chop their paws with hatchets, and
Rlash them across lhe eyes with hunting
knives, tlie two hindmost ot our party
mean while blazing away over ourshoulj-
ers as fast ns they can load. And so far
a time the running tight goes fiercely on
making altogether a vety striking tab
But "the pace is too stiff to last," as
our leader remark with a knowing grin.
A run III lull speed through the deep
snow tries even a full grown wolf too
sevirely to be coiilinued beyond a cer
tain time, aud iu the faue of a stout re
sistance, the beast's inherent cowardice
is sure to come lo tlia surface sooner or
later. Already three or tour gaunt shag
gy veterans who have probably had a
good supper over night, began lo hang
back as if doubling the wisdom
ot risking, their lives tor a hypoth
etical break fas . ..The .speed of
the rest slackened by degrees, aud at
length the whole would drop oti' as if by
tacit agreement, leaving us lo pursue
our way tiiimolvstcd. As we emerge
again upon the opening, the beams ot the
rising sun are just beginning to fall, we
See the last ol our grim followers sinking
liku a belated spec-ire into the irloouiy
shadows of the loivsl whiuh we have
The Fate of a Prophet.
' Our readers will remember sh account
bublrshediu these columns soma months
ago of a peculiar colony, origianuilly
Irom Massachusetts, now sell'ed on
what . is known as the ''Steams Place,"
in Columbia County, Georgia. The lea
der and head of this colony is one Jo
seph T. Curry, and he assumes over his
followers the most autocratic authority.
Not tout t nl w ith styling himself their
king, he has latterly proclaimed himtet 1
the sovereign ot everybody else, and, ac
cording to the Augusta L'irovivlet act
ually obliged the society to address him
as the "Prophet Yahyeh, the Great Ru
ler.' of the . Uuiverse." The career ol
this most preposterous and transparent
humbug iidds another to the huiuerous
instance ol" the amazing gullibility of
of 'mankind. ' Curry has stripped his
people of '.heir ' whole posessions, com
pels .thein to treat him with abject def
erence, and eyeu lo pay hint thti honors
otdt location, aud still a portion at .least
'of their number have submitted, and
have posit vety hugged the chain of their
leader's imposiure. Tho delueioti ut
though on a smaller scale, is lar , worse
than that of the Mormons, and, goes to
show that in no Btage of civilalion are
men likely to be exempt from the aoi epl
anco of the wildest conceivable religious
superstitions. . - . .
Those to whom the pranks of the
"Prophet .Ytihveh" are distasteful and
the credulity, ol his peoplo ottousive will
be glad to hear that lint tellow is safely
caged atlast in the Columbia Penitentia
ry. . Like most of hU kidney, ho has
gone a liille too far, aud happily there
have not been wanting nieu ot public
spirit in the neighborhood to see the
enforcement ot thu outraged laws. It
seems titat some lime ago Curry's wile
came for the first tium to the colony
froiq . Massachusetts." tjhe is said to be
a respecable woman, aud tho condition
of the society under the rule of her hus
band is said to have given her great dis
gust aud offL'iioe. ' Presently she went
away and returned to Massachusetts.
Upon her departure the Prophet issued
proclamation declaring (he institution
of utariiage to be abolished, - and imme
diately proceeded to mtfke himself the
first to profit by ike edict thus emitted.
Taking one of the unmarried members
of his flock, a Miss Mai i t Clapp, he
! pronounced bev his queen, and establish
ed her in a gorgeous tent, to which all
but himselt were tbeuceforth refused ad
mittance. The girt is said to bo' young
handsome, and intelligent, and the 8 mu
tuary proceeding of Yahveh' naturally
made a noise. , A snow-white flag total
ed majestically from a pole near the tent
annnoui. ting the abode of royalty, and
Curry was accustomed .to march about
in a white rooe, bound at the waist witR
a golduit oord, while oil his head
wore a miire, wiUt the insoripiion Holi
ness rlo Yahveh." . The entire colony
waited upou his person, and there were
Uiightly ceremoiiUts," dances upori the
grii, Mrutmiiations,, anu oiuer jvsiivt
lis in tiia' honor. (, . .
This pleasing i)ixtureor regal and ay-Ivan
joys .was, however, soon destined
be ruxl'ely irrteirupted. , S line ' ilirens
Columbia County, averse lo '.'Yahveh'"
tastes and prinoipies aud more especial
ly to- their practical exemplifioaiion
defianoe of the laws of marriage, proenr
ed awairt)t charging ; jiiui with unlaw
fully .living' And cohabiuiig .with Maria
Clapp, and ordering him to be brought
before the Superior Court of Columbia
Count V to answer for the same. 'V. nu
merous vossee wept with the .Sheritf,
who u,ade' the arrest, aud trouble wan
anticipied.i &one oooarred however;
the Prophet antk hfc qert' "were stn pris
ed fast asleep, and by a ort'.'of qovp
tJitatre', the tentJwas dropp(J about
them, all of a sudden,, so. aa to get
requisite clear prootf taA natitUd
prooeedtu-e. ' ,Yhvah' made no resist
anee adidino remdhslrafwie 'i'IIo J.cal mly
'goUsiiv 'lrsjly,.; witi, hk iU.Bd av.
. hrrhself ; into . tba- hand-' ;k tb offloer.
To his fetiple hr eruictly eonunuoicaVeol
the intelligence that what was 1eing
done was lhe fruit of a art sin machina
tion of the tlevilf of which he, the Proph
et, had had pi avion intimation ; and
that the device would be eptelily toiled
and the star of "Yahveh" rise again in
triumph. He has since been put on tri
al, and the counsel assigned him offered
a plea ol insanity ; but to this Cnrry in.
stantty aud firmly objected, alleging his
entire r'glit lodoas he had done on mor
al and religious grounds, and refusing to
have an nulruth, pleaded in citeuua
liorl. The trial is still in progress, and
in default of bail, the Prophet has had to
go to the House of Correction. He will
probably make au . extended sojourn
there, and it is to be hoed that it ' ill
be at least long tnough lo h-ad to tliv
dispersion of his besotted follower", and
the downhill of the monstrous system
their leader has sought to establish. .
YOUNG LADY IN A HORSE CAR.
Max Adler tells how she doos. A
young man in a crowed par rises its the
young lady enters and offers her his seat.
J lie fair being dances towards the se.t,
sinks into it, and prtleud that the fact
ot the existence ot any young man who
once occupied the seat, nnd who is ago
ing to get out, has entirely fad'.'d out of
her consciousness. She smoothes down
her dress aud its , supplemental frippery,
flounces and peninls, and again looks
far beyond lhe confines ot the car into
emptiness, bhe knows she is ixpcctcd
by the other women iu the car to remain
unconscious of their preseuce while I bey
eye her clothes. They immediately be
gin. They stare at her dress, her aacqne,
her hat, her back hair, her jewlery, her
gloves, her bows and ribbons, and her
miscellaneous millinery, in, til the entire
costume is photographed in their memo
ries, and the price estimated, snd a criti
cal opini ui firmed with a resolution to
have a bonnet jt the same pattern.
When the young lady thinks that this
examination is concluded, she becomes
conscious again, aud begins to look
around and see how all the otKer womou
are dressed.- She examines each one in
detail, aud in a few moments she is in
possession of all the necessary lnloi tna
lion. Presently a young man wiih whom
she is acquainted gets into the ear, and
he slanda clutching the strap and trying
in vain to keep in a graceful aliunde
while he converses with her. All the
women being to wonder whether she
cars particularly for him and, as she
knows their thoughts, she is so distant
that the young man becomes more em
barrassed than ever, and makes renewed
struggles lo maintain agracelul position.
VYheu she wishes to get out she rises,
smooths down her lrippery again, indul
ges in two or three f-pring, and dances
along to the platform. The conductor
agaiu considers it- imperatively necessa
ry to press the small of her back. She
dances to the pavement, and then dances
along the street, fully aware of the tact
that tire women in the car have all turn
ed roil j j to look nt her, ' aud sereuly
confident iu the assureance that she has
on good clothes which fit her splendidly.
The World Without Sunday.
.-. Think hovr the abstractiitn of the Silt
bath would hopelessly enslave the work
ing classes. with whom we are idcir.itied.
Think of labor thus going on in one mo
notonous astl eternal cycle, limbs forev
er on the lack, lingers iorever strain
ing, the brow, iovevei sweating, the teet
fin ever plodding lhe brain forever lb rob
bing, tl:e 6houlders forever uropping,
the loins Iorever aching, l!c resiles mind
forevt r scheming.
Think of the beauty il would efFicp,
the merry-hearleditess it would extin
guish, of the grant strength it would
crush, ot the sickliest) it would bring, of
the projects it would wreck, of the
groans it would extort, of lite lives
would immolate, and' ot the cheerless
graves it would prematurely dig! See
them toiling ami moiling, sweating and
fretting, grinding tinl hewing;, weaving
and spinning, sewiug and gathering,
moving unit teptiriiig, riiisiug aud build
ir.g, digging and plantiifri, starving and
struggTing in Km garden ninl i lhe
field, hi lire granary anJlhe barn, in the
factory ami in -the mill, lu t lie warp
house and in the bhi, on' the mountain
aud io the wood, in 4he city, and iu the
Country, on the sea and on the shore,
the day of brightness and gloom.' What
a picture would this world preajrtt if we
had uo Sabbath I '" ' '" "' ' '-
. . . , .i r .- 4 V" ;..
Selecting a Wife.
We have heard ol lire test being, air-
plied to servant, girls, but John Slat kit
was tue uifiu wltj appliea It lo tlie se
leciioii ol a wife. The Siarkleya and the
Be Ik mips had beeu friends through sev
eral generations.. In lhe present gener
aliou there was iu the Slaikley family
one son, and in the family of Ielkuaps
five daughters ; and ii had beeu arrang-
1 between the pareutstbu the heir
the ijlaikleys should take him a wife
from among the;duugliters of i Eelktiap.
John the heir aforesaid, nt the age ot five
and tweuty had returned from hU trav
els, when his father bade him avlcet,
from lhe daughters ot the friendly house
that one he would have for a w ife.
John was a duiifid fon, , aud his heatt
Was whole, and ,a the iaideiia were
fair to look up?n. he accepted the .silua
lion, qeriermtneu to luasler u. H possi
ble. ; - . ''";;. ;,.
. John Ipent several evsnlrifri lq the compa-
oy of lheyoun( fcidictyand it was tlifflcult
dicide winch wua lhe inmt cbarnns's thouKh
hi ftney (tested most lingeriiigly , upoa ..the
youngest not tlmt she was the naDdoinestk
but site appeared the most sensible.
,,' Oue day John was biviterl to dinner, att
pvunoeof the fsaaiiv. lie made his way tut
.fc i ball and tltrew a uroout uwu tua umir,
direeily across lh passage of tlie dimnjj.nxiiu
By and by bestimotora souaded for the' ttveaV
aud Soha waSuLeeJ lor lbs result. 'The eldt
dauMhlar atepped over the bloom loftily ;
at co. id weul around it; the third aava U
kick from the path f the (lueth gave It an
tra kick ; Imi4 the fiah the youngest stop
ped sad picked lUu ttxiaai: af and' loek It
the tir eoiru i W tire VaUa4 act- it .wnfttlly
out of the way. ". . , ,.,,,
I" And John seletSfe rhe rneel; eyefT, fafr halt
ed niilikiovwUtvthAs aUied U test ;' add
Oevar oBaiOil Ur ragrsi ila choieaJi alba
proved to be a wila wjto-looea,vs4i . W-ia
Ways f her fcooaabold, sod tr hesrt bad P
lack of Isitn asdloyt. - -
the Hand that Rocks the World.
the Hand that Rocks the World. BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE.
filcslntrton tlishsud of Woman 1 . ,
AneU Kunrd Its sirenirth ana grsue
In the pslnc", cnltsire hovel.
O, nrt tnstier where the plsre t 'T ' "
Would that never storms hssailed It j
(tain hows ever senily rurled : , .
For tlie hand thai rocks the cradle.
Is the hand lual rocks lhe world.
Infancy's the tend- r fountain ;
Power niny is lilt Beuuiy now ;
MoMm-w first Mttnide tin- streamlets;
From tiietu snuls unrestluij ferow, '
Grnvs n tr iood or evil,
bnnsliiin- slraini rj y,r dnrknes hurled j
For the lino1 tlmt r it'k lhe cardie '
It tue bstid.lhil twit lire world. "
V'"msn. how divine your mlsivu
Here ttpoti our Ua'al s.td I , '
li'.'eu, it he.p tU't )iiun(f heurl optu ,
Aiwhvs to me reHi trf God I
All liU"? trriphies ol the Aires
Are trom Siotln-r Lnveln.penrled :
For niB lisnrt fhrfrToflts tin1 Cf.idle """"'
Is tlie hand tlitsl rocdsllie World.
CI sinj;s no Uu Laud ot Wotnaal ,-
Fathen, suns, and dn'iji liters Cry, , ,
All the sncrcd ;s nic niiuh u
With tiie worsbtp In Hie sky. ' "" '
lljngU-y wlii-te no ii uij sis U nkeus,
Kainbov. s evermore are bin lad ; )r
For the hsud ihui r .eks lue crsuls "
Is the hand lual loxtluv woild.
the Hand that Rocks the World. BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. HEAVEN.
Liht after dni-kiics-', '
Gsiri niltr loss, '
fcireuijiii slur atid'eii ,
Croa u niter uoa.
Sweet alter til ler,
' Hoii(j Miter s'i?h, ' '
U-rnie alter WauUvria.
i'raise aicur cry. . ..
Sii- aves after towing,
buu alter ia.u, , .....
fa.iilil sner mystery,
fence altcl- phL.'
Jwy aiier s now,
Calm aibur blast,
liesl alter wearim-sa, ,f
" ewtct rest at list.
lear alter distant,
Gli am alter gloom, '
Love allel loie liueas, i '
uile a'ler louiO. . , .
Alter lonx aony
Rnpture rl Itltss!
Er got w a. tiie pathway
i.euuing to tuts !
the Hand that Rocks the World. BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. HEAVEN. TO YOUNG MEN.
The young man who has an ambition, :
to make a great noise iu Hie worlu) s
ahould learu boiler making. . He can i
make more noise al thai Hade thau at.
anything else be can engage in. . ' iS
it he believes a man Mioulu "strike tor ..
wages" he should leant blacksniithing ;
especially if he i good at "blowing." " "
If he would einbraoe a proTession in .
which be cau rise rapidly he should be- ' '
come an mroitaut. HecvulJu'l find any
thing belter "ior higls.' '. ' """ ' 1
lie certainly could do a staving (and
perhapse a atarviug) busiui.s at the '
cooper's trade.. . .
It he believes in 'measures, not mean,''. '
he will embark iu the tailoring business. ;
If the one great object ot his life is to ,
make money, he Hitouid el a position iut ...
lhe United bi ales tuitit.. - ;
' If he is a punctual sort of a chap, and ,
anxious to be "uii tune." he should put ...
blsTiandato watch making.
If he believes iu the chief end of man '
to have bis business largely "felt," why 4
ot course he will become u hatter
It he wants to "gel at th root ofaV'":
thiug," he w ill become a dentist ; al-!
though, if he does, he will oi'leu be ''look
iug down in the mouth." :!
Ifamanisa bungler at his best hot
should become u physician, and then .lit
will have none ol luabad work throw i . .
upon his hands. It is gentra'ly burie4j
out ot his sight, you kubw. . t -u.
Should he incline to . high living, but
prefer a plain borad, then the i-arpeti- ,
ler's trade w ill soil hiut. lie can plane
board enough al that. . . i
It he is u'eedy and well bread", he will
be right at home a4 a bitker.
He shouldn't beeouiH a cigar maker if
he does, al b.e v.otk will end iu '
smoke. ' ' "' ' '
The young m.tn wl. -iijy plenty if -company,
aud i v-ry ready to Kcrapsf litc- !
quaintaiue,' w ill tiuU the barber busiuess
a eoiigenial pursuit.- i .. .
I he o iicktst w v 'r uim to asce-a ioi ,
lhe top round of his culling is tb become, ,
a hod carrier. ' ' ' ......
;; A VerJ grave,,yi tug man iiiigut flour-.'
isb ub ail uuileriakvr. ' - Ij
Don't' loarn chair-makiiig, for no liiat-' ' ' i
ter how well 'you please your t usloiu
ors, they w iH looii-i or later get,down ' '
on your work. ' ' " ' '
Aud dou'i betom an umbr. lla-maker,,v ,
for their busincsa U "used up,".: . : ,ii-
Il he would have his wtuka touch the
head 4f the iiathm, we know of no, way. .,
Ire could eooiMi' , act'-ouiplisb tucli au oL- , ; '
jeet than by'tuAing cum hi. :
ihe young uian who would lare tne .
truils of Ii.a l.ilior brought before the
eves of the jitoj-le will become nn opti
cian. ) The work,' boing easily seen Z
.through, esiiMot )e ditlicnU to learn, i : i ; :
1 A man can always muke a sen iu. lht.!: .
perfumery business. '' -A&.
If a yoiti g a f1"1'?!1'" f.aoiwr, .
truthfuliieas, sbriely, hraievr sworu
a prolkim word, ami has t'iO.OOQ. that, ' .
he has no use tor, llteu be should imiue - i
diatcly slarl-r-,iewppers ..!,! I
Some people talk a great deal ' about
luiiiisiers ami tbe ctwt ot keeping: tkai(
paying their tioasereut, laUe expenses,
ami tAkkea- iet4 of salary.- Did audi
persoue t-ver think that it t-osls thirtyr
live millioiiHol dollars to pay the sala
rte ot Atneriuau Uwversi audi waiy!
uiilliuus ot dollars lu livep our errmmaU V l
" Ritnutng short of "talk,' while, pal).
I: -.1 I
tins mi liia sweelneM, oriHiant,
atrnek a Kansas voutSr "One thing la
04rtain," said he, "If I nbh'i go'isver tUi
pfaiuethia fpriug, lit- marry stud raisa i
a 4rop.f i" ' I . ' '''. V. i-.u r. 1
i l : : ". .-.-.':. vir. .." L.' ' ' '
TOUIIg man s.rsi, frai, , m t"
moutliii ago . wh serrt only "one'"tfctter'
home: It said, ,''beiior; nte It 'Wig;'
bArents don'i kuow Abeifi
is MfdpVed bftoarrtt'fl' :':'
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i Tl te for iluileriretir.t. 1 1 ;