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OUR YOUNGI FOLKS.
WINTER AND MUSmNWA
BY H. 0. KNOWLTON.
Oh, I wish the winter would go,
And I wish the sumnmer would come,
Then the big brown farmer will hoe,
The little brown bee will hum.
lo, hun! .
Then the robin his fife will trill,
And the woodpecker beat his drum,
And out of their tents in the hill
The little green troops will come.
Now the blossoms are sick in bed,
A 'd the tear little birds are dumnb,
The brook has a cold in her head,
0, suinmer takes long to come.
When in bonnie blue fields of sky
And in bonnie green fields below
The cloud-flocks fly and the lamb-docks 1%,
Then su imer will come, I know.
Theni arounad and over the trees,
Will a flitt'er and firt will go
A rollicking, frolicking breeze,
A nd away with a whisk, ho, ho.
Oh, the blossoms take long to come,
And tI he ic cles long to go;
But the sumner will come, and the bees will
And the bright little btook will flow,
I know. 11o, ho!
MISS "BILLY BUTTON."
"Hallo! There goes Billy Button!
Let's run and see who will carry the
books and lunch-box to-day!" cried n
bright-eyed and rosy-cheeked fellow ol
seventeen, who seemed to have his arm
already full of books and lunch-box.
This "Billy Button" was not the fal
little tailor, who, covered with buttone
the size of saucers, used to make-per.
haps still makes-people laugh at the
No, the Billy Button who had just
turned the corner, with books, lunch.
box, and a bunch of spring violets, wax
a pretty girl of sixteen, with eyes likc
stars, and cheeks like roses; anI! with v
heart-notwithstanding her follies-kind
The bare act of living and brcathin
was a joy to Sarah Leeds; and life hac
been one gala day to her. Every wisl
was gratified, and every freak laughed a!
at home and among her friends; so thai
she felt she was quite an important per.
sonage in this little world. Her satisfac
tion with herself was shown in hei
bright eye and dancing step.
Is it any wonder that she sometimei
did silly and imprudent things?
Sarah Leeds had a weakness for pecul
iar dress. She preferred to wear dressei
unlike those worn by other girls, or sh(
overdid a fashion till people turnet
round and looked after her in the street
Wihen iong sacques came in fashion
hers extended to thehemof her dress, ani
was ornamented with white buttons-th
size of an old cent-down the front and
hack seams, on the strap at the back,
and on the pockets and cuffs.
She came in view like a galaxy of pear
buttons, and thus gained the sobriquet o
A felt hat of her brother's, withou
bow or plu1me, sat on one side of lie:
head, completed her costume that win
She was so bright and funny that th<
high school boys vied with eaeh other fo
the honor of carrying her books, an<
showing her other little attentions; bu
none of them wished their sisters t
copy her dress or her manners.
They even gave her nicknames whei
talking with each other, calling he:
"D~ancing Sally," in reference to he
gait, and the ''Snapping Turtle," be
cause she snapped up all "thme beaus"
as they called themselves--from th'
One bright spring day, a merry grout
of high school girls and boys wvent t<
the adjacent woods in search of Ma'
flowers. Sarah's marked garment
proved too warm for its owner, and~ th'
boys took turns carrying it.
One saidl, ''You won't need this thinj
any more this year. Won't you give m<
a button for ai keepsake?"
"Yes, indleedl, if yon want one," wa
the merry reply.
''Oh, give me one, too!"
''And me, too."
"'And me, and me," rang through th<
"Help yourselves! Only stop you
noise!" cried the little belle, clappinj
her fingers over her ears.
Out came penknives and jackknives
and off came the buttons. Any one whi
knows boys can imagine the condition o
the garment after this. It was full o
holes like eyes, all up and down th
front; and was never worn again.
A few years went by. One of thies
fellows, who had had such fun witi
"Billy Button," had grown to manhood
and moved from Boston to Chicago.
Calling one evening on a new friend
who lived in a good deal of style with
stately widowed mother, he was asked i:
lie had ever met a Miss Leeds, who lived
"Cranston Leeds' daughter?" askei
"youngRBoston," his eyes full of fun.
"Indeed! I did know her well."
The old lady, who regarded all girl.
who were strangers to her as dangeroue
associates for her son, pushed back the
lace from her ears and straightened her
self to listen.
"Many a frolic I've had with her
She's a high one, isn't she? She was
right good-hearted girl, and all the fel.
lows at school used to flutter round her.
But I don't think any one of them evel
wanted to marry her," was the reply.
"Mercy! What did she do, and whc
were her people ?" cried the old dowager,
with an excitement quite unwarrantet
by the simple question of her son to hit
"0 madam, I don't think she ever dii
n really wrong thing in her life; and she
was as good-hearted a girl ever lived,'
said the young man.
"But a butt for sport-loving boys!" re
plied Mrs. Stanton, casting a sarcastic
glance at her son.
"Oh no, not exactly. But she made
fun, and we liked her for it."
And then the young fellow, uncon
scious of havoc he was making of a young
girl's hopes, went on to tell the story o:
the long sack and its unitilation on tha1
May day by the cutting off of the rowi
of buttons; little dreaming that a spark.
ling diamond ring had taken a 'ourney
to B~oston, and had come back eause
Stanton was too shy to offer it to Sarah
Leeds, and that it lay at that moment in~
his pocket-book waiting till he should be
able to raise his oourage sufflcientl~
high to== med
"Well," cried Mrs. Stanton, when her
son's friend had left the house, "never
let me hear that girl's name again,
Henry. I want no 'Billy Buttons' round
Stanton had met Miss Leeds atSarato
and been quite at his ease, because no
saved him the trouble of being agreeable
He was charmed- with her, as ve
bashful young men always are %witi
talkative and self-confident girls; :uid
had lately been to Boston and called on
her at her suburban home.
Before he went, he had bought the
hinden ring, but had neither courage to
ask his mother's blessing on his pur
pose, nor to offer the lady his hand.
He had but one thought waking and
sleeping; and all hopes were lost in the
one hope of bringing this merry and jov
ial girl to their quiet home.
But now a barrier impenetrable as a
mountain of rock had been thrown be
tween them, by the innocent chatter of
" Tell me, my son, how far this matter
has gone between you and 'Billy But
ton."' asked the mother sarcastically.
" Not far at all, mother; and probably
a brilliant girl like Miss Leeds would not
look at a quiet-a--stupid fellow like
me-like your son," was the reply.
" Hush! you are too good for a girl
whom anyone would dare to ridicule. If
you have taken no step you cannot re
trace, thank heaven for it! If you have,
get another home of which 'Billy Buttoni
ei he mistress. I never can consent to
lor her come her!"
young fellow made no reply,
tW'glo hhe inwardly resolved not to let
his mother say who he should or should
But this lady knew how to wield sar
casm as a mighty weapon. She never
ceased to play on the name of "Billy
Button," and to remind him that a dozen
young men were carrying about as tro
phies of boyish victory, the buttons, the
hair, and-pssibly--other favors from
this Yankee divinity.
Perhaps Stanton himself began to fear
that there might be an offensive element
in the character of Sarah Leeds.
Perhaps he was overpowered by his
mother's strong will.
At any rate hle soon ceased to scowl
when she laughed about" Billy Button,"
and the diamond ring was reserved for
some other finger than tie one for which
he had bought it.
Remember, girls, that the follies of
to-day will not al ways be forgotten in
the years to come.- Youths' Conpan
Pat is a hard nut for even a veteran
cross-examiner to crack. The estuto
Daniel O'Connell wB not infrequently
worsted in encounters with some trouble
some witness. How an officer fared in
an encounter with an Irish soldier is told
While on the Peninsula, (luring the
war, an oflicer one day came across a
private soldier belonging to one of the
most p~redatory companies of the Irish
rBrigade. The fellow had the lifeless
bodies of a goose and a hen tied together
by the heels, dangling from his musket.
"Where did you steal these, you ras
r cal ?" the oflicer demanded.
" 'Steal, is it ? Faith, I was mnarchmig
along with Color Sergeant Maguire, a'I"
the goose--bad cess to it-came out anld
hissed at the American flag, and, beda I,
I shot him on the spot !"
e "But the hen, sir-how about the
r hen ?"
"It's the lhen, is it ? Bad luck to the
hin ! I caught her laying eggs for the
rebel army, and, as a Federal sold'or, I
couldn't stand that, anyhow, and I gave
her a lick that stopped that act of treu
Sson 1" ______________
As the hot days of summer draw necar
peo)ple are debating the question,
"Where shall I go for a trip) ?" It ha~s
been fashionable for a year or two to
visit the Northern lakes and mountains.
t'hese resorts are very pleasant in hot
weather, but they have serious drawv
backs. First, it is very expensive get
ting there and then back again. Trhen
it is still more costly to remain, as one
i should, until after Southerni frosts ; for
if one returns home during the malarial
r season he is much more liable to suffer
Sthe effects of the poison than he wouldl
have been had he remained South all
summer. Then their distance from hus
> iness and other connexions is an objec
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f than equal benefit secured by the ex
a penditure of less than half the time,
money and trouble of prep~aration nec
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have been before the public fifty years
and never been rivalled or disputed. In
all that ministers to health or pleasure
it is the peer of any place in the United
States, and its charges are very reasona
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Alabama, Ellis & Co., proprietors, in
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A p:stal card only costs a cent
OUT In Cincinnati they propose to send
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En had just taken his seat in the street
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the total circulation is disposed of by the
single copy at the retail price. While
the average cost to the annual subscriber
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price per copy for the country is nearly
4j cents, the largest average for a State
beihg Nevada, where it is twelve cents,
and the lowest in Delaware, where it is
1 cents per copy. It is probable that
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ductions which are to be made in the
total cost given on account of the causse
enumerated. In the census year the
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evening, 526. Of this number New
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A Sharp Parson.
A Chicago clergyman explained to the
committee of deacons that the widow
was so pretty no man could help flirting
with her, and each of the committee
quietly called round to see if he told
the truth, and then not one of 'em
dared to rise up in meeting, with her
present, and say the clergyman wasn't
right. By sharp management even a
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A workingman says ''Debt, poverty
and suflering haunted me for years,
cauisedl by a sick family and large bills
for doctoring, which (lid no good. I
was completely discouraged, until one
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men, you can keel) your families well a
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ina, Consimption, Hay Fever Bronchitis. doughs'
:(.1.14, Nervoisneas, Loss of Sleep, keuralgia, Headache'
i).w:L.'et of the laiver and Kidneys, Dyspepsaand Affieo
tion, of tie Lungn and Air Passa, of no tattei how
long s itig, should try Dr. JUDe' Oxy-lNydro
gesated Air. All diseases treateoi.
Se.eii for panplilet with home references, and questions
to niswer. No charge for consultation b mail or In per
%n. I'atiptste treated equally well ata istance.
Dr. J. D. JUDGE A CO., 79 Beach st., Boston, Mus.
Lay the Axe
. to the Root
If yon would destroy the can
kerinig worm. For any exter
nal pain, sore, wound or lame
ness of man or beast, use onl
1MEXICAN XUSTANi LIN I
1MENT. It penetrates all mus
cle and flesh to the very bone,
expelling all inflammations .
soreness and pain, and healing
the diseased part as no other
Liniment ever did or can. So
saith the experience of two
generations of sufferers, and
so will you say when on have
tried the "l Mustang.
icott's Patent Horse Power
The work of four mulles done by two.
Save y'our horses &iml muitles by obtaiinig
the rightli t ' use on your ginl or mill or oilher
minery ii)V Scott's Patet ('impi rovemenit on
iiorse~ Power. This reimrkable1 infveni~on
oft thle undrignedii~fC~ patIentee, wats paten ted
.\utgutst 1 7.h, 1880, and is now for the first
time totlered to the public. It is simple,
uiwfuli aniid duirable, aniid Ia kes oil of your
ho rses abouit one-hllf of the dra11ught. of you r
gzin or other mac~thin~ery, anid i's so cheap')that
every manii t hat ha:s mac:lhinery will not grum-.
bl e atI the price butt hie o rfectly dehightedl
antd wonde -why th le world hais been so lonig
in d iscove rinig r.. No humbtiug, but the pat-1
lIent is ant ol c'itizen of Beniton couniiity,
Aliss., w ih h~ I is po~st-tliee atI A shla ha, Miss.,
to whomn aipply for further informuatuon.
Only six pieces Itlumer 2x 7 ines, 1 2 feet
long, anad three pounids 20 pennOy nails, re
Iiired to put on a hove i mprovemenut.
SA MUEI'L SCOTTF Patentee.
Fot territorial righits in Mississippi or
Alabama, address CALiIOON & 'WALKER
11011ly Sp inxs5, Mis
CONSUMPTION CAlN BE CURED!
.HA L L 'S
LIIBAI LSA M
I 'urSItN( Con',sauion, (at als, i'mcumnnia, In.
f loar senen .hint ,,:,, (rouap, Wh'ioo ng
I'anuhm snn~ i i Il'..nsee or ' ihe Irengtl ng
(hgr mns. It mon:hii ne tIlihe in the MIembranse
ol' tha lsign , infiami, nn< s isoe by th
,i,a:s Ae, nlu I pro-.ents the nti It Nwe'nt an
a .rne 14s neromee Ithei celmtm whvlich nemenii sa ny
I. 4'olnaiump~tlieion ill t i inrule umnlt ndy.
1.4L ,' .H. L~t31will euro 30ou, eves
/rhe Farquha' Sepatate
e d l
Moufroo, cor. of State St., Chicago,
Will send p'repdld to any address, their
Vrum J1o' afu n and ls s, n
fland Outfit, Repalirig Mtaterials; also in
* ude Intuto and Ex.ercies for Amateur '*
Bands, and actalogue of choke.Band Musc
Pubhlis rs' iluon. Altlanta, G. ...Twently-six.-81.
AN') ALL Oi'sFAi~f
(caused ir a lagi-t P..l..mea ,,r ofShe Steed
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