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The Sunbury American
1- I'i Bt-iBFn nvr.ci l l ioav. Bi
EM'L WILVERT, Proprietor.
Comer of St., m l Mda $jn.,i.
t Our Dnllnr a nil Kilty Viils
If I in.l aiiit-tl; in tilwiiir. ; 1.75 if .a 1 within iheve i ;
K- J..H) iu all ci.aca tiau i-aya..:t a delayed till
tti.lriiio-i of iSjb yejr. V tubsciii tjju Jiscouiiiiu-J
a a'd all arreiiriif?ea are paid unl-As a. tne optl-u oi i-e
(ii'!:br. Tmt h:m ace iu-.ii-iy a..i!i.i:i:i i-;
All new suta-cii'iions to luc Aiiie.-icu l-;c m...k ttv: .1;
uutaule ( me e'auiry.i N.ariuunitieri.iii'l, inns' h? .e.
conauir 1 im tue l'is. I'm la in..te iioe.s..ij' l.y
t"e -l.tocMl-jr 'Xrie.i.-.;,l . cjllec i u-- v.l ulcii. -ti.is
at a dis- .nee.
Rates of Advertising.
y-ua men, rtweW. Hot, or its BivaIt la SocFi
7I; ana or two lmrtiona, J1.J0 ; tbree inawruuna .
iseAcr. i 2if. rv. It.
Two lDAhaa. "'
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SDNBDgy. PA.. FRIDAY VOIMXG, MARCH 31.' 1876.
i Mew Series, V1.7. 50
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fin. lWO hun' tud L0O f.r Men sddltiomai
Old Merles. Vol. . 50
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i usu; m i.u, li t"
Iv, plea-aiu ml
dlsi'ok. rt'il 1 1 io iiioM rtain. -p-
OlivcliiHl rrtii'.v in IU w.ii iil lor all
IiSEA.iK F IMi'ia HKNVK.
UVakt!f r! the Back or l.lm'i-, stricni:, ,
AiI"Ctiotis of Iv (Iiicjb and i! a. l.l-i, lnvoSuii
liry li-h irkfifs, l'!iHtem-y, -in ril IMiili
l,T, Ncrvo.iMifH, "ifity, l.anii"!. Low
f-pirito, v"mf'iion of 1 loaf, I'a inlitioti ..t
the llf.i t, Timiditv, I'ro.nlj. iiii;, I i ki it- I
of Siirlit or tid liwe6. i-f.oe of ( lit- lh-a,.
Thuat, Sne .ir k;n, Atl'.n-tl mis of Liwr, l,mi;,
M iiia'-u or tiovifln th se t-irihif Misordi-iv i
ai'..:.f IVini :1u Sn!lTrv t!:i!il .ir V.i oli lli.t... '
e.-, r. t"aiid 8,.iilu.y .riiJli.-r tit;,r fata! to lli.-ii
V - . itna l it-a ti t h -iiiir - l mii-m. tit t tin i rui.-rw
i:f lh"f-rr, li i ii ttt i ti iT ihcir must tnil:;c:t hiv
o! anlK- paiioiis, ivuX-riuu iiian iaui!. impo j
lOL'NU MEN i
tipvH i Iv, ho have bei'ome tlie vieivns oli- :
taiy Vice, thai dreadful an I It-iim-tive ha! .
whieli aniiuaily sweeps to an untimely ;r:nv !
thoiisantls of youinf men of t ie mo-t a!ie.l
talents und lirillianl intellect, ho nrirlit i her- !
i-e have eiitraneej li?teniuz ."i pan with the j
Ih'liid -rs of elo'ili nee or ft'dked n eelae Hi
;:viiiu; ;vre, mav rai! witn rui eonaiienee ;
Married Persons or Youni; Mm eont.-.nptati:. I
mai ii.it. e. (' of PhyMcal V r.ikiis. (L"- J
of 1'ioereaiiVe i'oHer Inipoli iiey ), V-i voii- K- j
ril.ihi'it), i'alpn tliou, Ur'anie VYi-ak'nis, V. i- :
yo i IKiility, or any .thi4 I i-qaa-ili'aii" a. j
rp-T.!';!y l-Vicved. . I
ile Uo v-acts ti.!iii:r ua.ur t!:-- eaie ot Hi. a.
iii.t re iir'oa-Iy eoinide in hi honor a a ileal.'
man. an.i ronti I'Mitly rely noon hif ji! as a Ph
I aip .teney, I.nfs of Po cr, i.'ini'd.aleiv ,ir. .i
und full i'-r ucsiored.
i"'n! 1'tre-sitii: Alleition wl.i a n niei Li:e
h: ei alile anl man ia'e im possihle is I in- penar y
paid by the victiiiiu of improper tnd.iUeio e
. Yiniiii x?raoii arts too ail to eomn.it cxee-e
from uot lieii.giiwiire nf the dread. ul eoai-e., n.-e-tat
may enue. Now, who that un lei-t .it i
thf taJeet will l'retend to deny il.at t!.e pow .o
cl proeieatiou is lost Miner hv iIihm- la! iu i tit
impnipei hahils thau hy the pr .dent ( 11. -sid --!
: d-pi ived the least:reof .ealt hy olf-p.iiiu.
tl: ino-t fcriotia and d. l m tive -ymptoam lo ' t !
t.-! und ui'ini ar te. Th - ysn-ui iwoine- le
i.iaied, the I'hysira an : Medial Fum-iimis
W iakeuid, L'is of 'r rea: ive I'ow.-r. Nervous
lirilaliiiny, Hi p a, l;il jiitn 1- u o!" Ill - 1 1 -a it,
In litest ion,' Const tntioTial Oc'ddtr, a A".kti:ii;
the Fra.ne. imb, 1 'ons iini'i i.m. !e:-ay .in-l
A Cl" KE V. ARKANTEH IN TWO MVYS. )
Person l llilled U heailh I'V Ulli aru I prelen I
dels wl.o keep litem trilling ta i.iih' nfler iiionili.
takintr po sonoiif. miii iajai 'iias eompoun Is
!i(.i.id m-ptS" iKiinediarely. I
i' TR. JOHNSTON.
Vi'inli r d (lie Uoyut Cailiejie of Cmiii oii-, Eon- j
don, lira Itiated fro;u one of the ino-l ivnincm i
Col fe in til-- I n tc i fclate?, and the irr.-alei
( art of wuo-e ifc lias h.an spent m the liopit ilv
of London, Prits, 1'hiladelphia and eir-ewln-ie,
Laa vC-eied some of the ino-t atinihin' euies i
ta:it were ever kuow-j ; mauy iroaUled with riiiL
liur in the head and car when asleep, t'eal
CiTvousnea, beinc alarmed at sudden gonads,
b.ir-ui'uluess, with frequent blushing, atteuded
t imet iiii-- witb deraniremenlof mind, wereenred
TAKE PAP.TRLLAR NOTICE.
Ur. J. addresses all tbofe wbo have iiijnrrd
lleme!ve by iiapropt r indulgence and solitary
haliits. which rain buth body and mind, uutittiiiir
tin in lor t itl.er hu-iisi f', tdy) so.-ieiy or ni.u -riai;i-.
'Illl-!; arc soaii: ol the f id und melancholy i
elt.-ets prodiic'-d by early habits of youth, viz:
Weakners of the Hack and Limbs. Pains in the
Baekaiid Head, Dimness of Sie;lit, Loss of Mas- j
eular Put r, i'ali'itali'on of the Heart, Dyspepsy,
Neikuus hnlabiiity, iieranjieiiienl ol Diirestivw j
functions, tiem-ral Deliili'y, !i inptoms of on- '
ll III ; t loll. Ac.
Mentai.i.v Tl:e b-.irful elb t on t h; mind '
re much to le dicaded Lo-i of Memory, Cou- ;
luaion of ideas, Depres-ioo of Spirits, Evil-Foreboding-,
Aversion to Society, Sif-Dit ru-t, ;
lv of solitude. Timidity, are some of the ;
" I moVI-anob of peroti of all aues can now
i.ifi- what it th Ciinscof their declining Health,
"l-Ttrfteir tijrar, becoiniiiL', weak, paie, nei um- ,
auii emaciated, having a sin-aiar appearance
OUI til- eyes
, coti-han I sx inptoms o
Who haw injured th lusclve by a e.-rtaia piae-
tiee insulted iu when alone, a barnt ii-eiueuii
le.ii -iii-il from evil coiupanions, oral s-liool. tin
elicits of which are ui-utly felt, even when
a-lc p, and if cot cured, rea leis n:.n riaire i up')-- .
tihle, and destroys boi'u miu I .m I "oiy, -iioaid ;
) ply imtnrdiately . .
What a pity that a youn- man, Mi hope of hi- .
t c. ntry, the darlin-"of his parents, should be i
tu.ach. & from all prospects and enjoy un u! .- ol
life, by the consenneliee of leviatin- fi-itti the '
i :li of na1 are and iii.liilaiui in a certain - ( r. t
L.'t'it. Su h ls-r-ous vr?T tiel-re ;
n lied tlii.t a siiund mind and ho ly
re the ni.1
-s;ry nquiMles to piomole ciuiiut.;al nap i-
I -s. Ind-ed without t hese, the join ii''V I ai'u h
i.H- becoini a weary pilici iniaye ; the .ropt. I
lot:-ly darkens to the View; the mind tee. ..i -'l-.a
i 'xxcd with ik-spairau l tilled with the me.... i-
';.! i-tlectiou, that tilt- h.lpiu -s- of aiotlci
I. : o'tiies b'.i-hteil with O'.n r.w n.
A EKTA1N" DlsEAM"..
When the tn!M.'U'd d a; liupi a l -:i' x. ,:.! u!
sure linds that be has unbilled tue -ee i.-..i
...,:..fnl tliaraaji. It too o ll tl baplM-lls Ill.lt ill!
;'i.iiiiieH sense of thaine. or dread of diseover j ,
i. i. u him from ul t'lxinir to I ho-e
l'n alion and respectability, can it'oue belnci,
I ::a. ilclaviuiT till the eonstitutioii il sjinptoins .
... i...rrl.l ! tease make their .1 1 1 .1 la IIC-, Sill
..:. re.'H sore throat, di-ea-e l tio-t
-e. nocl a ial
-s of -i-i.., i
...0.. in the l-.ead and limb-, diuiui
d- "fin-ss. nodes on the -h:u bones and ar
tchesonthe bead, face and cUr ili.s, rro-
i.-ssiiis xx lib frightful rapidity, till at ia-t ue
T !:ite of the mouth or th- bones of the no.-.: ! . :
in. :ind the victim of this awful d-sea-n- !.-o:u -n
i.orrid obje'lot commiseration, till l ath put-
is-iiod t' his dreadful sutl-r'm-, by -i- !:
;,ii , to -that Un t -ovcr-dCounlr. tin wh- -Lt.
traxe .er returns."
ll i ii melancholy fact that tlioii-aiil- I'll.
.. Cms to this teriihle dieea-e. through f '. iicj
into the haiols of Ignorant or uuaki Ifai PjlE
i I .M-FRS, who, by the Use of that dea I:-. I'-ii
.. ..a a...rtv I li0 er.tistitu! f.n. :.I.I
n. Mercurj, ...,
.., (de of i uruiL', keep I ne unuappv
h aftc-r month takiiit men immune m m
i- com oiinds. and instead of beim: restot-.- i
rm wai ol Li!e Vigor and Uapp s. ia !. -
,xr him with ruined Health to -iuh "X
n-h, therefore. Dr. Johnston pe-d.'e- lim
i.reserxethe nui-l luviolah.e secrecy, a i l
- ,-tei.-ix e piactice and obs-i x ai ions
.i i '...-i ,ta of Enrol', and the tir-l it
England, France. Phil
L en iliied i o oiler t lie in
I. ell-etllal Tc 'X it: 1 he ..
ot iill-. l lldetl.-e.
N.. 7. t. r II! .DEl.K K s lillii.
Saltivoue, V.. 1.
',. i,i.i;o lrom Bi:it'.nior?stre- V, a I-n
i t: e corner. Fail not to obserxr u.. .
1' tiers tece'.ved utile"" po-ipai i ... i ;
a stamp to be ussd on the reply, i'.-i
- sbou'.d elate ae, and eu I a Hriiou
ei.l de;cribitir ymptoius.
so many Pultry, Dcsignlni a i .
neters advenisiit)! themselves .-
tig with aud ruining the Lea ! n
unateiv tall inlo then pirw.-r.
ems il n--.-ssai x to say e
ua'.iiled tv it ll his rn. n .i-
or Diploma- ai.x.i.-
it this E t .o,
iorin-d by D .
'tat i-ks o ne
. .- ol .i
til- I'll .ll.',
::.ll n- r
! 'p ll.
1 1 BI
It. KtSi". ill L.iw. sL'N-
!U'1:Y, PA. Olli.v in'Mirkni J-iiuitiv.
(a I.i.iiniiiir I lie otliiv of VV. I. ;nvi..i!i, F..)
ProlViiiiiil lmini'- in rlii- i lj.iiiii:!f cmi
I'ifn imn.ly itTciiilc) In
SiiiiIiiiiv, :tnh 1C. ls7'J:-lv.
. HO it Kit.
ICHI"VrY i (T 111.
on Front .Vif.-t Iv'o M irkrt. Sunhnrv,
!k'ction ui. I a!! rai Imsiii.K promptly
atl' ii in
i t v.
ATTORNEY AT LWV.
imi 4iTiN jrsTK'E of tub i'EACE.
I'oi.i to .Iu liri-.Tor Ian'-. k-iico, Cht
nil i, invi, lihii"ii t, tit.
I 'ol ieet ion-
nd- I to.
ami all le
o;. liters proiiiUiy :;t-
ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND
it 1 1; jim it k or riir. riiU E.
iiiveyaiici:i,theeoiicc:ioii-ol claim-, writ in;:-.
! and al! kindol LeL'a! tei-tness will be attended
j to e uvfaily and w ith de-patch. Caa be eou-u!t-
e l iti lie Kiiiili-h and (o an lanirnae. Oillc
j in llaiij t's ti-tildic.-. Maikct street, Sunbury, Pa.
j Ap; ii ;t.;a.
VV. G. PAOKEIV
! Attorney at Law,
I NoemV r t. 17'J. t f.
I t it. K
! Oa ul L.IW,
VKIC. Attorney and Counsellor
Oltiee iu Wolveiloii's Law build- I
in-. Seconl -tieet. SI N IH HI, PA. rrotessnitml
iisine.-s alien. led lo, iu the courts of N'orthum j
oeiland an I adjoiniin; eotn lie-. Also, i'i the j
' i.'mifanl iVfii-M'o.irts l-ir til- We-tein In
tii.-l of Pennsylvania. Claiia- promptly eo'lcct
ed. Particular a'teiiliou paid lo i'4m in lJtnk
rjity. Co-is.i uioa can b- ha I in the iJer
man lai-iiai.'c. April '.t.
II. K AM., Attorney at Law. Sl'N
Kl'R Y, PA., oliice in Wolverton's Law
hiiialin-. Second street. Collect ion- male in
Not Jiutulierl in J and adjoining counties.
T. M.-.-nll I.nin. Andrew II. Hill. Frank. S. Murr.
I.IW. IMI-l. A .tIAKIC.
.ATTONNEVS AT LAW,
Net d'sn In the Fic-hi :n i.m el ureh. Market
Northiimbei land Co.. I'll.
I'MTfll STtTKS I'lMMI
H. It iyer, E-.. 'ii 'Wolv
i"- Law Itail lin-.
4 V. itl
Oi Maiket So
UH. i:i: tO, Attorn, v at Law.
iiiare. SL' N HI" K V.P A. ProlV.ion-
il Siir it:vss in t his and a Ijoinin - count ies pro npl
v attev.i'.ed to.
It. nANKEK, A-.torneyat Uiw, SI N-
lie counties of Northumberland. Union, S'iy lei
lo.it iiii. Columbia and Lycu;uiti. ap'.l'J-ti'.t
f"lt. '. M. MKTI., OUiee in
X y Store. Ciemetit IIoiim- lliortt, Olliei
Itoni 1 1 a. 1:1.. to ! p. ui.. .11.. I u ..in ti to '.' p. tn..
at all other hour, uli-ii not l'iofe--ionaliy i-n-aed
can lie lound at his it- i f nee, on Chestnut
stn-.i, sl'NIU'KY, PA. Paiiieular iitteniion
-iv ii to sji-ical c.is.s. Will vi-i: Patients
cither in loan or eoantrv.
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
i;!i'-e oa ea-l Maikil Mn-et, opposite the City
llnlei. sunbury. Pa.
Pro it t ail eirel-jl aUeution p ii 1 to font'ey
aneiii. Max M. IsT-'i
It. t' l AM. lltl.-S.Mark i
Ta sUNHUHY, PA.
Dealer in Druirv Medicines, Paint
iilass. Yariii-be-, Li.plois, Toba-i o,
l'..ek.-t Hook-. Dairi , Vc.
e. .if Til '. IT.tt Z.
IIAMoKlN. P N N"A.
Col '.eel ions anl a. I other hii-:ae-- entrilrd I
lr-c ist- wid r- ce ve p-o'iipt i.nentiou.
S am kin. d in. l7ii. ly.
)i; i; m. u e n x
. lUiiUliifj, M'rl.it
I it-pared to do all kinds of work pert i.ni i
to Deatisiry. He keeps constantly on hand
a lar-e assortment ol leelh, and o: li.r iieiua
material, I'roMi which he will be able lo s,-,.-t.
tlid mee. me wants of his castom-1-.
A;! worn warranted to ixe-ali-fi- :"eei.-r :-
lh - iiionev refunded.
Tin- very best Mouth Wash and To vth !'
k- i t on ham!.
1 His rcl. ttmv- are tin tr.: n-r.eis patr.
I viioni lie has wo.r..d for th- 'a-! tw.-.x.'
snuburv, A (nil -1, l"s7-.
lljclcU a ub Ucotiinrants.
( ll.L.'IfA ll"l St..
V Market, Sanbury. Pa.
'I h i I
PETER S. Ill T.
,t arid o i:".nt i'i'.-.
eacies of t he s.-a-otl
KI.1.1.. Proprietor, l. ' i.iis ti
'fab. i s-ippli-d wit h ' he del
;ii; I th- waiter.- alici.tiv- am
Miii'turv. Jan. ;J, 1 n 'i.
Mil ls STtTICS IIOII I.. W
KI I CIl EN. Pio!.r,-t..r. Opposite th,
pul Ml A lt l I , l . r.vel V ai .eni ion -j,-. en i .
It livelier-, aad the best aeioanno latioiis ttveii.
Apiil -", 17.1. ti
V TIOAAI. IIOTF.I.
a WALD, Proprietor, Geor-.-l i.vti N.n . h'd
Coiiulv, Pa., at the Statiou oftiie N.
C. R. W.
Chuice w iues and cigars at the bar.
Th-tabid supplied with the best the mar
a lli.t is. Good stabling and attentive ostler.-.
I MMI.IS Ul SI i it r.
LOUIS HUM M EL, Pr-i rieio
Cauinci. c St., Sll A M M N, PhN A.
II. ix iiil; just relilted the above s.tKMiu lor tin-o-eolnod.it
inn of the public, is novx prepared lo
s. I vi .lis fiien Is w .ib Ibe best telie-limenls, an t
: .-ii I. a -i I ii--r, A--, Pol let', and a! i ot a-r malt
J. S. Cummin.;,
In I he Giax'.- I', ui 1 a -. E 1-1 ok- i Mr.ei.
s L . H U i V . I' I". N N ' A .
Ii. j I. - i t-ih-xi rx t.e-t Fnc, Liic oi l Acci
lent I '' ,, a lile- . Fiie ;.i,i c i- his s e. ia.l X,
ll- i. jii. -. til- si.c'i ei ii. i i.ies as the .E'lia ol
il iit,.i i ; il-i.ii. 1. x. ip ; Ii- in.-. ..I N. w
Yo k. and Ati..7."H. -! ii.e.ni -ul i, I In- lan-t ie
I. S ill c
i ii I i i'i ki
Mi. -i i
- I X il f
i ' ! . .. el ill
in ic!i t X t .
. Wl l I!:..!.
.ii'.'n X and
- ne-. I lio-e
I I ll.pli'X .in.'
h ivm- ul -hiin.
I .it he
t h i' Lis cii i
M hi ii I0.
il 1 il.
ty l i.i.i tM vi i:u.
IIoiini-, Sigu mill I'ri'triie I'Hiiilrr,
'.V 11 nil. . il :-j irn.'.i !'. i - -ia s' ...d I
li g ill
, ii .11" . . .1 i
Oil., I 1.4)1 IC. I.IUI V AMI I'llOS
IZI I Tl ..
i'UE iiinlei.-i-'ii-l i-.'.vinj eoiiti-ctcd lh- i .m.
ii i- iues- xx it j, i. is i t. -'. FL 'Ull.x; GRAIN
! i. i.'.e, is pr. pared lo supply C.i ui i i iii with I he
; IltV It I.ST Of 4l..
'IIi:il I'iHt CASH.
1'..', Move jmd Nut, constantly ou hi-.nd. tirain
I'.il.en iu exebauue lot Coal.
I am also prepared to supply t farmers und
THE NATIONAL S0LU1U.E BONE.
This Pho' i b -.te is of a higher giade Ihun i
tial in this count ry, aud is sold al a reasonable
Cl" J. M. CADWALLADER.
udjury, P-;t, 10, le7!i. tf.
COM.! !.! f'O M! fSRAXT liUOS.,
Shippers and Wbolral an I Retail I:alers"in
VUITE AND RED ASII COAL, SUVBURV, I'A.
"r li r wii! nfriv nr-i'tllH iltenl ion.
i. i:ni: oiktz. viioi.-aie imi
Kctnil IcaltT in every variety of
! WTIIKAC'ITE COAL, lU'KEK YH RF, !
j srSIU'RY, PEN'X'A. i
I A): kinds of iruin liiken iu exelia fortatal. j
i Orders -o'ieiit d and lillei pro uiitly. Dr ier left
at f. F. Nevin'g 'iiifeclioiiery St ie, on Third
j lieet, will n-eli-ve prompt atteution, and money
receipiianoi , use nauie as ai me oiuee.
Ou hand, a u l made lo or.br.
Scutch Uranitc 3Iunuinents
lmiorled to order. Shop no Fourth Street
neat Market, Saii'nirv, Pa.
W. M. DAUGHEUTY, Prp'r.
Sunburv. Jan. i4. 1S70.
1315. FALL STM! 1375.
VLL tl;e latest stvles and novelties selected at
the late iniportei' and jobh-rs' oj;enin-.
IUUDS WINtiS. FXNCY FEATHERS, OS
TEK IITIPS ND PLUMES, SILK
YELVETS.VELVE IE ENS,
HATS AND BONNETS
in Felt and Straw, and all New and Ptyliih, at
MISS L. SriISSLER'3
Oct. W 17.V Market St., Sunbury
I s it
of Mi KATE BL CK, Market S-puare, north
H ii ii bar I'enn'it.. m
iVill be found the most complete, attractive and
eliennest store of
CHOICE DRY GOODS,
! consist niif of Ladies Dres Goods, Woolen Good
' for Ladies' Irotu the lar-esi tstublishmruta in
I lie cities.
LA It I t'S" J- VHIDlitlSS' WOOLES SHAWLS.
I Hdies. Misses' and Childietis Woolen Goods,
Sl k Velvets, Kiblions, Sash Ri.dions, Neck Tic.
Kid Gloves, Fancy and Plain Hosiery, First
(jaalit) Zephyr ami Gei inautowii Wool.
.VOTWXSAND TJIIMM1XGS '
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The following lines would do no discredit to
43urns. The Scotch poet is quaint as beautiful
n the picture of cuddiinxr doou the buirnics :
The bairnie ruddle .loon nt uieht
Wi' inuckle faueht an" din ;
"O. try and slccii, ve wankrife ro-uts.
Your father's cumin' in."
They never heed a word I sneak ;
I try to pie a frown.
But aye I bap them up, and cry,
"O, bairnies, cndille doou."'
cVce Jamie wi' the curly head
He aye ftleeps n-xt the ',
Ban-a up utid cries, 'I wan'l a piece'
The rascal tarl them a'.
I tin an' fetch them pieces drinks,
They slop nwre the soun',
Then draw the blankets an' cry,
'Noo, weanie, ruddle, doon."
But ere Ctc niinutes irar.ir, wee Kab
Cries nut fra'neath the riant,
"Mither, make Tutu jjle o'er at onre,
lie's kittlin wi' hi tacs."
The mischiet'e in that lam for tricks,
He'd bother half the toon ;
Bu? nye I hap them up an' cry,
"O, bail nies, cuddle doon.'
At length they hem their faitlu-r'u Ut,
An' as he sleeks ihe door,
They lurn their face to the a',
While Tarn pre mis to snore.
"Hac a' the wecnU been cude I" be sks.
As he pits aff his thoou,
'"The bc.irnies, John, are in llie.ir teds.
An' lane siuce cuddled dxn."
An' just fore we bed oursels,
We look at our wee lambs ;
Tain Iims his arm round ee Rab's neck,
Aa' Rab his airin roun' Tam't.
I lift wee Jamie op the bed,
An' at I slraik each croon,
I whisper till my heart nils up.
"O, buiiLit-s, caddie doon.'
The bairnie cuddle doon at nicbt
Wi' uiii-lh that's dear to me ;
But soon the big warl's rark an' care
' Will qua tea doou their nice.
let. come what will to ilka nnc,
.M iv He who sits a boo::
Aye whisper, though their pows be b.xu'J,
"O, bairnies, cuddle doon."
alts nn Sfeilrfefs.
ALMOST TOO LATE.
BT EMMA M. JOHNSTON.
This is a simple story of simple folks, and
yet I find that the truest pathos and tome
of the umst exquisite pastages of feeling
are found in the livea of a lowly class ol
people. At least, the human heart is the
same the world over; as much loyalty aad
self sacrifice may be found in a hovel as in
a palace ; while love- that oldest legend,
that first song, that last and best wiue
has the same absorbing interest, the same
full diapasons and rich chords, and the
same rich vio'.age flavor in some isolated
cottage, us aruotiK the splendors of :t royal
Hurst Tre-eruiau was a tishermau. He
warn t.iant of - -. .vauUiug tin
ier i null iu
te lailetl man in the village. Na-1
lure had taken tome pains with him. A
royal nature looked cut Irom his eyes, a
child's innocence lay in the smiles upon
his lips. Every one loved and trusted
Hum ; he was a little grave ami silent, but
then it wat well to have him a contratt to j
his lively, noisy companions.
Mtny a village girl tremblingly hoped
to liod favor in the eyes nf this man, but
thniuh tender and deferential to ail wo
men lie showed mi tigus of a deep, special
j intetrst iu any one until he wat foriv
, yean of age, when his romance came full
: upot him.
Aid a romance it was
a shipwreck one
blact night, U-fi upon their shore the usual !
i elowi nt but strange arruy of sroketi tim
i i. iii i .. .
uer, nouseiioiu goout. mute utile souve
nir and tokens of love, pride, ambition
ant vanity, aud last of all, ghastley and
staing upward, ns though out of place,
tevral dead bodies, and a tinglu one in
wlch lil'u held ittt-If a doubtiul tenant.
iunice Ware was carried to Mary Trt
gemau's cottage, where, r.ursed and
witched by those strong, loving women,
tin fishermen's wives, und daughters, the
alnstoieued her eyes upon her new s;ir
mudiiigp. he had been governess iu an English
faiily, ail of whom had bt.cu cruelly ea
gued in the sea which had spared her
Sh was young and childlike in appear
and, and, at Mary Tiegernian had neer
La a daughter, she immediately adopted
th, lioim h s stranger with the ready shiic
tinof her son. Hurst.
ifier that, let il storm as it would, th
su never tectued darkened in the Treger
ru.i cottage ; there was a -eseiice there
w.ch kept cout'aut biightuctt xml
'lie ynuiig stranger adapted herself with
pf 1 1 eaie lo her new life. To tee herassis
tU Mary Tregermen about her liouseln.ld
dtiet one would think the had been actus
tied to such work all her lite. Slie tveu
lemed to mend Ifurni'a -i i--- -
widerfal eniplojtu.ut for such tmall,
vmg before he was conscious of it, Eu
ne Ware had completely wound liers.-ll
a.und the tisln rmau's heart, and that
-thout any maiiieuvre or coque'.lisU art. ,
fr nhe wa guileless and liatispareut as a j
uld. But it was simply impossible to re- j
tl the charms of her l-ok and way. j
Hurt-t had a great struggle luiu "
. . i ... I.-..
Ifurs) lie coulU tpeaK 01 n s nnc m i......vc.
k railed himself a presumptuous
t.. think nf lur. He tried to avoid
In.r. setice. oniv to seek it again
a I' v
sore uersistt uce lhau U-foie.
laid, with her lovely face and pretty for- j I
i.m, way, filled the eye of this man until
:1 the rest of the world na shut out.
Wheu, at last, he spoke to her iu his own j
miple.eai licit way, lulling her she
a- Heat ami wiitibl lu; tue ast woiuuu ui
Mm. ta. .1... l..r ln I..J "
..inn. iv rn mill ub iii'i nzc'tuLi
1 I., a. ..A.fimr III '
There was none to consult, ...me l. wait
'.e tilld 111 ihev were married
iiurcb, where for a
ihermen had Worshipped God.
.it- iiin-itlii there was neither ha
A1'. " i
low or interruption to their happiness. but. ;
tt the end of that time. Satan, as ever since ,
Eve's fall, hated their iuuocence and py, j
tad stirred the young wile s nean w .u..
den momentary passion, at the wind will
ruffle a blue summer pool iuto wild, augry
ciruk-s. Oue day there was a trilling dif
ference ot opiuiou between thtm, and iheti
Eunice spoke an angry word which had no
root to it, but which stung the ear.f the
man who heard it. It was one of those
thou-hUees speeches which are but from
the lip nut, but which alas, di their dread
ful mission before recalled. Eunice had
said, in her wrath, that it would have bttn
better had Iluitt married out) of hit own
class ; and theu there fell a great silence
between them, while both tuflered.
To do II urtt justice, he tried hard after
a time to overcome thin difficulty and
made many advances to this poor little
child-wife, and wan at any moment only
ton rendy to foret all and take her to his
arms ; hut she, woman like, was indulging
lo the full in a fit of nettishiie.it, and would
not he won over.
While this state of affairs limti'd. Hurst
and some of his companions decided lo go
to sea on a fishing expedition.
Eunice heard the news with a sharp
I panj ; her hp.tband wat about to leave her
on an always rfan-ierous undertaking, and
she was S'.ill angry. What if he thould
never return ?
How tiervsise the human heart is I Now
wus the time lo yield ad exchange the
word and kita of peace. Siie knew it, and
yet with that strong contradiction, which
to often possesses us like an evil oirit. she
would not bring herself to show the least
sign of contrition. She attended to all the
preparations for his departure with a
stramje precision and care, while all the
time it would seem as though her heart
wouM break, yet siever once approached
her husband with a word of caress. The
poor fellow hung about disconsolate
ly until all was ready, homing to the last.
But when the parting moment came. and
Eunice mounted the stool, as she always
did, to fasten his jacket about his throat,
being too diminutive iu size to reach him in
uic usual way. there were no jokes about
h r small stature, uor kisses for her loving
service. Hurst saw that in her face which
preveuted auy approach on his part, be
sides the recollection of that spce h of hers
was still preeont. He said to himself that
it must be that he hud been deceived ; that
she had never loved him and was now
regretting her life. So as her hands drop
ped from their little office of buttoning his
jacket he turned away with sigh.
I silently left t'i cottaire and strode off.
A lid Euuice. wild with grief, Jove and
remorse, fled to her room, and kneeling at
the window saw through blinding tears,
the boats shove off. with th
tin; women waving iheir hands to the
last. When there Wat no I.ltifl-r tlin aio.'lu
l - --e-- " --s, -
line of a vessel to be seen she threw herself
j upon the bed and gave way to a passion of
I sobs and tears.
Poor child, her repentance wat very bit
ter ! 'When he comes home. O when he
comes home 1 wiil humble: myself'!' the
Then came the terrible thought thai per
haps he might not reiurn, that she mhiht
have no opportunity to weep nut her repen
tance upon his breast. When she could
not bear her agony auy longer she arose
Htl'l Well' doWIl Stairs 1.. 11,. TM
german about her household dutus. With
.. - w.ird the two women kissed aar-h
r l"-",',r'-,fS(,inK a'Jout their tatks. fr it
' a I. I. r - a
was an un.lerttood feeling among the Wo
men of the village when their fathert, hus
banJs aud sons wt-ut out to sea that the
sympathy between them was deepened,
whether mute or expressed.
How that day passed Eunice could not
tell. Sometimes when her heart seemed
like t.i break she brought a low seat to her
mother-in law's tide, and tilting upon it
rested her head upon the ilder womau's
lap. now and then raising her sorrow la
iteu eyes i.,ay. -Vou think he will come
back, liny In r ?'
"I pray God he may return to us !' was
l'liermen had expected to return
part of the followiu-r dav I but
, by the next moruing the wiud had changed
ana Ly arieruoon a raging ttonu twept the
coatt. Evening drew on, and though the
rain had abated the wind was fearfully
high, aud the tea mared like a legion ol
wild beasis let loose.
Theu regan the terror of the women.
i roiu cottage to cottage
they went in
groups, consulting, discussing and weep
ing at they talked. Only Eunice was si
I lent, and never wept. What right had she
I to tears ? It seemed as though a stone
nau neen rolled over the fountain of her
tears, and that the water should never gush
forth, though ah the while her heart felt
wilder than the teas. But there had sud
denly shaped iu her mind the resolution
to go oih with soni" of the men who were
about starting lo the aid of Hurst and his
To think, with Eunice was to act. Tho
group were ussembled in Mary Treger
man's cottage, meu women, i.nd among
tli.-in Btu Iloidicg, tme of the oldest and
most experienced seamen.
Trembling with excitement, her face as
white as the sea am. Eunice approached
Ben. 'Take me with you !' she implored
of the old man.
'Cut in jour boat, JK-n. to uuu uiy Hus
band.' Heaven help us. she is going mad !
Here, will uot !" of you look after this
poor little ou - 1'
But she resisted the efforts of the woniea
in draxv her away, and cluug to lieu.
leading him into a comer, aud falling
upon her knee before him, she caught his
hands in hers and laid her cheek, like
huge wbite blossoms, iu his hard, horuy
...bus. Kneeliug there she told him her
..net and the causu f it. aud how
... ...v i.r lxi!.!ia.id and have
mnn ' " . ., .. ........a
. .orgiveuc... uougi. k..ey
rish iuiiueduteiy auerwaro.. .
The old man's iu:nd weut bacs. toj
curly davs. a chord was touched, he ;t
not resist the poor young wue ai
o . i...... ii iii u xv i hi undi:rtakill7
j e "-'""
i ..ni.i nni ajv iter uav. . . i
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! '':,"' U"
I'-".-'-' J slim TV ' I -
J" ""'"J' , ajice wat v
...... i-n..uii t nil , . 1
. . t --
; " di a pertcci
! go with leU to seta i.e.
clamor broke lortn. of it j Tbat
.jJeii, you are ,ome of
1 al... liaW't"
d,iMiU T i ink " '
! you men pa 1 u,,n
1 ..I , ..f a ' . .. ,
man to ura. Xbe cliUd
UutBcn si kneed lhe " 4l,u
lms her sacred reason
uot be tue one to :1.,.,.Ii fiha
lo thwa" l,e"
had uever known of 1
lunice, nor how they
between Hurst am.
.e did not kuow what
parted. Anil aw tl
'7, ,,a Eunice thould be starting
11 ill! , K.iaUvilia
out on that awlul mBnt vo - -
ou the sa.
'I love inyman as well ns a woman
can.' said a fisherman's wife, wbo was
somewhat coarser in fibre than the others,
'tut he would not thank me lo go out after
him ou a niuht like this.
Rut wheu Eunice came down in her blue
ciak and hood, her face looking so small,
her eyes so large, every woman present
hud but 'ue feeling for her.
A mot tier who had buried a young
daughter a short time before, suddenly
t aught Eunice to her in a rough but strong
grasp of atTecti'-n.aud kitted and cried over
her. It was like taking leave of the dead.
Theu Mary Trenermen held her sou's
wife in close embrace, saying, 'May God
hear my prayer for my children !' and thus
Eunice went out tuto the dark and storm.
Two boats went nut, but Eunice went
iu Ren's ; he would not trust her with an
other. Wlnle lie managed Ids boat a
eirong young sailor had Heel Eunice se
curely in her seat by putting one arm
about her waist. And on they went, now
j plunging deep, as though iuto nethermost
darkness, and agaiti seemingly dashed up
into the black abyss of sky, as some moun
tain wave took them on its pointed crest.
Eunice felt no fear but the one that she
might not see her husband's face again.
She was very quiet, she gave'Beu no trou
ble, though every now and theu he leaned
toward her iu the dark aud touched her,
as though for assurance.
The wind and sea were at furious war
with each other, and lo row meant a thiug
of almost superhuman effort. Now and
then a sailor gave out, exhausted and an
other took his place. The black waves
laahfcd over tlmiu ; one moment the boat
seemed to stand upright in the water, the
next it sunk so low (bat it seemed to be
How long they had been out Eunice did
not know, when ail at once she was con
scious of a changt about her. A wild,
hoarse shout went up from the men.
Straiuing her eyes in the dark she saw
bearing down toward them another boat.
Then old Ben's voice, like a trumpet,
pierced through the awful din, "All fe,
my lads 'r'
'Aye, aye !'
Whose voice was that which had re
sponded to old Bt n ? The strained ten
sion of Eunice's nerves gave away, and
with a wild cry she icll back in tht sailor's
A week after this Eunice Tregc-rman re
gained consciousness to Cud the sun sbin
iug into her little room from acrost the
sea ; and with the dulce-lue odor of the
air was mingled the fragrance of the sum
mer rotes iu her little strip of garden. A
browu faced, brown bearded man, with a
suspicion of tears in his eyes, was watch
'O, Hurst, if it had been too late !
'IIusli. my darling ! we both know now
that our love is stronger than death.'
100 years go American Independence,
2l)U ypars ago King Philip (th. indiau)
He tea ted and slain ; habeas corpus in Eng
3U0 years ago Massacic of Si. Barthol
omuw ; Spauis Armanda preparing.
400 years ago Printing inytuted ; Isa-
Delia the coming Q jeen.
500 years ago The days of Tamerlane
the Turk, and Chaucer, the English post.
OUOyears ago Bahcland Bruce, Rich
ard Bacon, St. lliomas Aquinas; Houee
of f fapsburg founded.
I'M years ag.i-RicharlCu'ur de Ivou
...J L'.l.. ):.. I. f mm
uu oaiauiii. .-5uuaii or .Egypt, mcisuring
swnnls in ralestine.
8Li'J years ao Wuliaai the C iqueror of
1KX) years ago Hugh Capet, the French
1.000 years ago Alfred the Gre:tt.
1. 100 year ago Charlemagne and Ha
roiiti AI Raschild.
1.200 years ago Mohammedanism es
tablished, and making lively work ic Con
stantinople and other places.
l.rjOO years az Old Chosroes, the Per
sian, lives bv murder, and the pope is nude
a secular judge among kings.
1,400 years ago The Saxons mike live
ly work in Brittany ; Clovis establishes the
French monarchy., and the Visigoths con-q-jcr
1,5(10 years ago The Roman Empire,
having legislated many years iu favor ol
capital and against labor, divide? and be-
gins to fall to pieces.
1.000 years ago Tie world hath noth
ing better to do than to broach and de
nounce heresies and gt up religions prosecution.
1.7Wjwwago-Mareu8AureiIus,T Haven, and South-
itus and Plutarch mule a ao..rt . I be landed at - hursts will at
l,sHj years go-Jerusale' 1" ttt
ud. aud Hcrculatieiitu u
l,tit.ee. "ca ''! a common
" '! It
l a At I
;o. voluntary banKrup.j.
,u New Suspected that be:
. : .i.- habit of ki3ui Katy
.1 WW 111 , , : iuC
huk and reiolved to detect u. .a o tw
1.:..,. tor days she heard
UAUft: and quieUy
..sti.rll lUktl .dtirC
.nl the kitchen s.i-
ihat"-"',-;-,, . wifc lUok some
-"-,lu.uiuo wilt. ,ea ou. ,, d
.ltr uauu - mat
shawl over bv lhe buck
s I mo 1 J3 "J
times did, cnl.ro. v.. . ,
door, and was ..a oe. - -
,ud embraced i iu -
heart aim"" - - ,iaPHll lo
iu. , preparcu w
' ! ' .., ...... -"
8tiouse. i .t,ui fuce to t'
. .... i aud Btoou lacv.
t Millet:. -
M ,rtrUca hugbaud MV
:. .! mill
wivuu,e -".. hhn B0 well since
Vho tnsl rui.s
for lhe la. aaJ8'
v .vt sal,, flourish in .(Ate cl hara
Wages are lowar in
. . i. - IVuiL
1U tl. c " ,
....t.-riaians ate 6,000 horses aud 900
buUy U lbat wa--
j piclur8 canr,0i exptr.
How to Make tb Rail Times Worse.
There ia no faci mure generally or more
thoroughly appreciated than that the times
are hard, and there i, need of prudencs
and economy, but there could be nothing
more mischievous than the disposition to
exaggerate the condition of thing? or to de
stroy confidence in our powers of recupera
tion. There is danger that the public
mind will become morbid on the subject of
the hard times and suspicious of the sta
bility of all business. Let there be a gen
eral feeling of hopelessness or distrust, and
the chief source of recuperative energy will
be dried up. There have been many fail
ures and one of the natural effects is to
shake the confidence of business men and
of the community at large, but the result ii
aggravated beyond all rational limits by
the stress that is laid on each failure, and
the rumors and suspicions that are set on
toot regarding other? that may follow.
We ail know the propensity of rumor and
ooesip to beeonie magnified as they travel,
until their proportions are alarming.
Many a house that might have withered
the stoi in if leniently dealt with, has been
forced to snsja-nd by the demand precipi
tated upon it by an idle rumor that it was
in a straightened condition. The practice
of parading, weekly, a long list of failures,
great and small, so as to make the most
imprestive show of business distrust pro
duces an impression that is essentially
false, and altogether mischievious. Still
worse the propensity to spread rumors aid
unautbenlicater reports regarding the un
promising condition of special times of
business, aud the iustabflity of certain con
cerns. The effect is to unsettle confidence
and produce dispondency to a degree who!-
ly unjustified, by the actual state of affairs.
r' What we need most is con
fidence and hope, and we have ground
enough for them, but there are busy-bodies
whose occupation is to spread distrust and
dismay. By giving them countenance,
we only make the bad limes worse and the
process of recovery snore diflkulL By pru
dent and careful management and pushing
with tho spirit of legitimate enterprise
wherever an opportunity presents, we wi"!
steadily rebuild the fabric of our shattered
prosjierity. The lessona of adversity will
lie of priceless value to us in the future,
and we must not fold our hands and moan
and listen to the forbodings of croakers,
but stand up manfully, put confidence in
your fello-vuien except those whom w
have some sufficient reason lo distrust
and work on with a will, "Henri within
and God oer head." Bo.sfou GW.
Shall We Meet Again.
The tUt of nature is inexorable. There
is no appeal for relief from the great law
which dooms us to dust. We flourish and
fade as the leaves of the forest, and, the
flowers tbat bloom and wither in a day
have no frailer hold upon life than the
mightiest monarch that ever shook the
earth with his footsteps. Generations of
men will appear and disappear as the grass
ana the multitud that tlironf the world
to-day, wil! disappear as ihe fooLiteps on
the shore- Meu seldom think of the great
event of -death until the shadow falls across
their own pathway' hiding fioin their eye
the faces of loved ones wha living smile
was the sunlight of their existence. Death
is the antagonist of life, and the cold
thought of the tomb i the skeleton of all
feasts. We do not want to go through the
dark valley, although its dark passage may
lead to paridice, we do not want to lay
down in the damp grave, even with prin
ces for bedfsllosrs. In the beautiful dram
of Ion. the hope of Immortality, so elo
quently uttered by the death devouted
Creek, finds deep response iu tvery thought
ful soul. When about tr yis'd his young
existetict as a sacrifice to fate, Clem.intha
asktd if they should meet again, to which
he re plies "I have asked that dreadful
question of the hills that. look eternal of
ol the clear streams that flow forever of
the stars among whose fields of azuro my
raised spirits have waked in glory. All
were dumb ; but as I gain upon thy living
face, I felt' that there is something in the
love that mantles through it which cannot
Exportation of American 1Iokej
There has been organized in Great r
am "Hie Uritish Emmre IIors
Association." whose object iirty-
a line of flue and fast-plyinfintJ, the
to run betwten this coi -200,000.
for the purine of -of horses
horse, for ih. . -.how, that this
steamer is i" . . rn to the-
CI!I- . . Norfolk,
Anrts o! shipment- ... -,,
ei.-,s and Galveston, and hej u
S..T1. atf the horses
ffn r if
'""I'SZ i The fcl-
aa ti'V,o.i trade grew
lowing UoUWfff" ,"rcbanV9facc
and notes euau.,-
troubled iniouis . - . unto
and get p- k an- pen, M i
the2C words unto all m n . . Ij-
daughters, loo , .uj -
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knowinr wink, bow
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a nrinter's tna.
he was eaves, -j -
nud out the ruling
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a complain, of hi. judgment.
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