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BY MRS. S. M. WALSH.
Come, now. I've just thought
of a story true, every word ol it I
"just as true as preaching," as
tou children sav: and I'm sure
that's the kind of a story good
I do wish we could just sit
around a good, roaring wood-fire,
in the open fire-place, instead of
being gathered around this little
onen-work .'hole in the floor."
then there'would,be some relish
to the talk' about;tlie;times when
your great-grandmother was
Yesrshe was ayounggirLabout
as old, as Jessie, I guess, when
oneUime she went.tojspend the
nightwith a friend about her own
The old folks ere awav, and
in the little, lonely log house
4W, cef Ti, m-
Wiwl ,-'S.LaJ OUVAV AXJUiL nil! I
oTT0T,i'Tiir W ti.Q,im;n7..ov
ling fire, with never a thought of
.JU r. :i iu
tie things." I shouldn't wonder if
and consulted each other about
the style of the next "petticoat
and'short-gown" to be made; and
lamerr certain that thev " did
notsitand talk with idle fingers,
but doubtless a good, stout wool-
spun by their oto thrifty hands
-Idangled fromTtheJneedles, and
kept going. Perhapstfhe wind
Whistled and moaned abound the
how dismal it must have graded
through the fops of the great for-
est-trees, amid which stood the
lonely log heuse;and even if they
uojuu 4U uuuaoiuiiai uuni wi a
wolf not far away, or the barking
of a fox skulking around thi
chicken-roosts the isounds were
familiar ones. 'and these back-
TrnnrT T.nf,V thorn W UtHo l
more than you de to-night the
iimrlinsr 'horse-carl bell.f or the
' - - ' m I
r n TinRcinf lnpnmn iva.
wliistlfi of a nnssinir'lnfinirin.ivfi
And when the tali old dock
of TiiriA fTiow ftXTtxmt nt-v lta i
remains of their now dvin fire
which was their only way of pre-
nnnff if for nrmniinM
ti,0,v .,f fl;i
erinc tallow-candle. and auicklv
imnfidHnf tli miit. mnthriV-
feather-bed, and Inuggled under
the warm hlnnbfits'nnH lprt.n51f
But they were no sooner set-
tied comfortabl v in bed than both
were startled by a rattle, rattle,
ratUe,that chi!led their voung
blood, and made their hearts
stand stUl with terror.
"0 bark! What's that?" whis-
pered one to another, as they
hugged each other closer, and
snooK with cold Inght.
Then they lifted their heads
from the pillow and listened in
tently, and it came again rattle
laniu, luiue, aim uiese gins
pt-isij ciij j
""rj YJ u"
ujjoix xuuuuuuu-aiui;, wouiu
scarcely have frghtened them,for
a wen-aimea stone or two has
been the death of many a rattle-
But1 now, where was he? They
could not step out of bed lest
mey snouia put a oare toot r.gnt
on me noma reptile. So all
tney could do was to lie still as
ihg; and, sure, never was morn-
iuS luujjci in i-uumig.
At last, when it seemed they
could endure it no longer, day
ugni-bentus nrsiDeams tnrougn
the-little curtained window, and
anxiously surveying thefloor,and
making sure.beyond a doubt,that
his snakship was not there, how
joyiuiiy iney sprang irom the
bed and stretched their cramped
starting up the fire and hurrv-
ing on their clothes was the work
of but fewminutes, and then be-
gan the, search for the enemy of
tneir peace. Cautiously stripping
uu me oeu-ciouies, one covering
alter another .right under the last
quilt, next the sheet, layMr.Rat-
tlesnake,one hugh bunch of ugli-
ness, with his venomous head
peering out from the midst of
his horrid", coiled-up body; and if
those poor girls, whose charming a
"vuiuiui, no ujh uiauo mmscii,
naa Deen so unfortunate as to
oucwai uown a ioot irom its
crampea position all that long,
dreadfu night, without doubt his
repose -would have been disturb
ed, and he would have repaid
n; . .
nas made his iamily notorious
through all their cenerations.
So this was grandmother's bed
fellow, once on a time. How
would you have liked it?
A Word to Boys.
Boys, aim high,
your souls. Have
rse men m
by faith in the blood ef our Lord "
rih-nof r r I
siu.ao b iiui u c i trai n iii iiiri-t.
T,,if m a l.1
the freemen of his Son. I call' to
you to be the knights of the cross
of Christ, tw. S n;m fn f;i
wv UUAW Ullil 1U1 Lul L
m, . -iou
and earn it. Then to fail-, in thf
best sense, will be a strange word
io you. lour wings will soon
spread. The arms you now lean
wm, ere Jong,sink to the dust.
Make the best of your time. Be
uie truui ol which we have read
ami mougut. Shirk no work.
Take and do that which lies next
your hand. Aim to live the i:fr
which dears, of richt the
of Christ. Your tim ,i. did
what you aro will com,.- or.,1 it
you but wait, and sow, and plow
the "set time will dawn" when
you are Jit. JJe sure,though slow.
Take time to make haste to do.to
dare, and of course to win-that's
-..I-!- tr 13 1 I
fiT-lr v Tg"-,
r&u. oii uim ouu veim
things you have half or more in
u!ra Pw mem lorth m
shape and dress. The world
ofhoptheliie ofyouth!-I liv-
in that world, and know it in .out
part. Gourds sprang up there,
fast and rant, that have gone "f
down and left no trace. Bright
are these dreams. Yon -would
It 11 t - . T 1 . . . . .
masn duck, ii 1 coma lilt up the
veil that hides days and months
to come,and showyou the wrecks
that will be made on life's main
while your bark runs -its course.
Ah me! it is a sad, sad sight to
gaze on mat 01 tne wrecir 01
young man; to drink it all in, to
feel and know the keen bite of
those words, the most sad of sad
words, from them. "What might
have been!" For you and yours.
God grant the way may be found
in the Spring time, "the truthrbe
felt, and the life be known. Ask
God to guide you in the path you
are to tread; ask his grace the
workof his grace mayit dwell
in you!; Trust him thus;. and for
lile or death, all things are yours,
xou can not lau. B. IF. Pear
The Safe Side.
A 1 - T j.
I!'uie.ia ,or many Jear?
rmu."! foaeiy ?e, 7 m
city oi lruisDurff, reiaieu io me
the following incident:
tfTT J 1.1 j -
"ncr lamer was a captain ana
w"?r f a passenger ship from
to parts in EuroDe. at
the time of the trouble in Prance.
P118 rf "m to ttis;couutry,had
fdel.escaping to the United
t?tes ior his life.The old cap-
u , aiso ,an mna,el- Un
Lbo"d S"8 7.essel JF .caP"
J xtua-T b
' the city of Baltimore, and. as
f f J"!' l? TT hfr m
Kmelf Ch? y'hettoob er
to 1 rance,and on the return, he
rf.10 nte a co"
veKy withes daughter; and,
lJas subtle reasoner, he
f? the yewng lady
"til V J- f t Pr01esiPr
-j. ft .
J ,amsir' and just then she
ejLe ,p0weT of,th .?m.ne
"er eari- ua ne:
I08,10 askyou a question.'
iuumy, JJ1T. raine.' le
then proceeded to sav: 'You
1 11..,-; , l - ,
r"lla,Llaus r. Jjang lor aaay
at 1 lenE lv.n?re are all your
,alse alffuaift fear.of a Sr,ej
ays and the future of which.yo
dream and dread so much?' 'True
Mn Pamer. ?t me answer your
vur anesuoii by.aslan,; another.'
b1.6 Is trUe and 11 there Cme
a judgment-day and a great fu
ture what then, Mr. Paine what
then? oung lady, it is a noble
answer' and true.- U 1 am aS,
i i0se ail it you;are wrong, you
e nothing more than I to lose,
fady' stlC.k to l0UI Pro(ession.-
i uav? """'"er wora 10 say.
1 am Ken m own net-
A Good and Cheap Dinner.
There are a good many recipes
n i .
given lor cases, Bies, nuddinss
and the like; I would like to tell
how to get a simple dinner that
may suit the tastes, and purses
ui n goou muny now
vrec wnat uutcuers call a soup
pone, irom a nice, tender beef;
salt it over mght. Put it on in
time, so that it will be cooked
lender about half an hour before
dinner. Put in potatoes, if large,
put in sooner. About, fifteen or.
twenty minutes before dinner lift
meat and potatoes into a pan,
with a little of the broth, and, if
you have sweet potatoes have
fork will enter,and put them,too.
in tne pan. JNowatter the pan
of meat and potatoes has been
placed in the even, have a batter
made ready, as stiff as it can be
stirred. This batter should be
made with an egg,.a cup of sour
milk, a small teaspoon of soda 2
pinch of salt, and flour to 'thiclr-
en. Into the soup .(and there
should be plenty ofitj)'- seasoned
to taste, and boiling, drop the
batter: a small teasnonnfnl at.
time dipping the spoon into the
soup between spoonsfuls. Keep
the pot boiling, and stir gently,
so that the separate spoonfuls of
batter will not run together. As
soon as done thev should be lift-
ed at once.or thev will net heavv.
Such a dumplin soup, with good
bread and butter, and a cup of
nice coffee, or anvlhinp- pIsr that.
can be afforded for dessert,makes
good and cheap dinner at any
I would liketo offer my good
wishes to Pearl Wood.. Cincina
A Good and Cheap Dinner. Look at Home.
"Ned, I'm ashamed jof you,"
"-eu Am asnam
said Silver,the white cow. "Keal
ly, with that clog on your leg,
wonder that you attempt to m
with respectable people.
"Jiour servant, ma'am," an
swered the donkey. "I don't see
that I am to be blamed, for itsee-
lng mat i. am not put it on my
"No, no, you were not likely to
j. n r . .
luai; "ul 11 7 1 15
upuu me taies wiiuyvuuriiiose
ana wander olf jiobodyufcnows
5' s, 4 ,ayu -conld-never
m .fY '
Eiey wouldn't have fettered you
I . Ii T 1
neeun c iook ai me so bold
it's a disgrace, and you ought
be ashamed of it."
"I ask your pardon, ma'am,"
said Neddy,looking steadfastly at
the nobs on the ends of Silver's
horns; "but I was so taken up
with looking at those things that
?e mastf yhoTPB he
y yon broke down the hedge,
ana mea io toss tne dog, but 1
not quite hear you. l'lease to
saJT it; again."
at s'lver walked another way
ana Neddy grazed without further
The Dog Dictator.
1 am none ofyonrmeanly-
inoumed, compromising fellows
that are airaid of saying the
truth," said a blustering, ill-tem-full
pered dog, that could never let
passengers go by in peace with
ed a growl or a bark, intimating
that they were in the wrong way
always speak my mind and let
people know my opinion "
"That would be all very woll
if they wanted to know itxand
your mind were worth speaking,
said another dog; "but I rather
think such is not considered to be
the case, for generally those who
don't pass you as if they hadn't
noticed you, go bv on the other
side to keep out, of yoar noise;
now, perhaps, if you keep a little
quieter, and didn't attempt to
manage the whole street, you
would be of some use, and pass
for an honest guide instead of a
noisy, quarrelsome puppy, full of
If f 1 1 f
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Oyer Voorhes & Hudson's Stove ami Tki Store, I
Latest Style I
In tho best nml mrvct ilnmltln minnir.
nrraniea io give entire satisfaction.
CIVE HIM A
iEMON & WEISE.
old and well known firm of Lemnn i
neisc, or I'ltlsbursli. ra Jlanufacturcrs of
Cabinet Furniture and Chairs,
HAS REMOVED TO
III Fourth Avenue.
(Opposite their Old Stand,)
Where they continue tho busluess iu all Its
THE NEW IMPROVED
Medal for Progress"
A. Vienna, 1873.
The nishest Order of 'Jleilal" Award
ed at the Exposition.
No Sewlrjg Machine Received
a Higher Prize.
A FEW GOOD REASONS:
1. A NEW INVENTION, THOROUGHLY
TESTED, and secured by Letters Patent.
Makes a PERFECT LOCK STITCH, alike
on both sides, on all kinds of goods.
3. Runs LIGHT, SMOOTH, NOISELESS
and RAPID best combination of qualities.
4. DURABLE Runs lor years withont Re.
5. Will do all varieties of Work and Fancy
btltching In a superior manner.
0. Is Most Easily managed by the Onorator.
Length of stitch may be altered while runninx
ana macnine can be threaded without passing
tureaa tnrougn holes.
7. Design simple, Ingenious, Elegant
rorming the stitch without the use of Cog.
Wheel Gears, Rotary Camsor Lover Arms,
nas the Automatic Drop Feed, which insures
uniform length of stitch at any speed. Has
onr new Thread-Controller, which allows easy
movement or tne nccillc-barand prevents In
jury to thread.
Construction most Careful and Finished.
It is manufactured by the most skillful and
experienced mechanics at the celebrated REM
INGTON ARMORY, ILLION, N. T.
Addbes?, for agencies and information,
Reiningtoiu Sewing- Ma
Braneh omco 270 Superior St"'
W. It. PCr&EBOY,
Agent for Holmes Countr.
"1HICAGO. KOCIC ISLAND & PA
J U1FIU 1CAILKOAD,
The direct route for
let, Morris, Iji Salle, Peru, Ileniy, Lacon,
xcvria, ucucsm, aiuuae, lock island, liar
vuiiurb, ALUcuiine, tvasmngion, Jowa
uiy, urmnei, crton,ucs .Moines,
Council Bluffs and Omaha,
without change of Cars.
Where It Joins with the Union Paclflc Railway
Francisco, and all uoinU west on the Iclfln
Trains leave daily, as follows:
uuianm usavenwortn a Atchison Express, fci
cru Accommoilutlon, (except Sundays),
Omaha an.l Leavenworth Express, (except
Chicago, Rock Island and I'acIAo Railroad
u). iihyo now opened ineir cHiuinwcstern
iiivuuu jaitiMiuini mm jtansas ia.
ami Missouri raciflo Railroads, and at
.Aicmson witn Aicnisun, xopcaa A Santa Fe
Central It ranch Union racltli ami AtohUnn .
juriuita liiitiiruatt, ior nil IHtlnlS IQ
rvaiisiis. juuiaii a vrriioriQS. fJOIOrauO ami
TKI. fV.mnnw hn.n 1 lu - A. si .
menu Tor the comfort, convenience and luxury
passengers aro unequalled, Ifequaled, by any
olliercars of the kind in the world. 3 3
iicaets ior sale at all General
Outers In the States and Canada
i,lS2?,?.Dl,t' u,e,,,rra' Superintendent.
cago,Ill. k si.i
&Kti9ft perdayl A cents wanted! Allelas
Vki '""ko moro money at work for us
their SDare mommit. a, .ii lniin, tk. ..
anything else, l'artlenl.r. rnw, ahNm..
StlnsoniCo., Portland. Me. si
n 4i n
DlflUUCCC flC TflkIC 1
nlunnCwv III -I UflE la
Surpassed by None.
The Estey Is becoming
a nuusDiium nuiu
Large Numbers are Being
auiu in una,, aiiu.ciu-
CAN BE SEEN BT CALLING AT THE
POST PPPICE BUILDIITG,
MILLERSBUR O. O.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Rev. M. P. FOGBESONG,
FiiMFs' ai lecttics'i
THE FIRM OF
John Spencer & Son
Paint Valley, Ohio,
With a view to changing- their bnsmtss, will I
seU tnelr ENTIRE STOCK of
Worth of Goods
Now is the time for Barralna. Don't fail to I
avau yonrseires or the ppoftunttj-; for snch
chances are scarce! t " - i 1 ... I .
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
' 1 A
Good Tariety and Nice Styles of
Black Alpaca for TS cents, worth tl 23.
Delaines IS, 18 and cents per yard.
Flannels 30 and cents, that heretofore ro-
A NIC LOT OF
Cassinteres, Jeans, &c.
Best Stocking Yarn II cents,' worth fi.
TTe would, call the attention of young men I
our stock of Clothing, as , good as was ever I
cn tire stock of PRINTS at 10 cents per yd.
Extra' White Drip Syrap for 80 cents worth tl
Carbon Oil S5 cents per gaL (Ohio Legal Test)
Notions in Grate Variety.
Onr terms are exelnslTelr Cash, nr inwlnMi
kinds of Produce will be received at the
htffhest Casn Prices, ineluilinv Whw,. n.t.
XS STniTiV !5..aiil,r ?d F'i"0'
ettna?Mlh?SST. ll0ip Uo ly
exchang. for goods. I work
JOHN SPENCER &-S03T.
!. B. Strubb,
TSTODLD respeetfully announce to the clti-
lens or Holmes and aiUolnlngeonnlies,
he Is prepared to do all work in his line
Harness Made to Order.
has tfcn yfvht nr this countT far th
PATKST ua BUCKLE, which Is in.
to ail otners.
'rtone but tne bestworamen employed.
E. H. STRDBBE.
Berlin , O., Aug. SO, in.
Br. J. Walker's California-Tin-Cgar
Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na'
tiro herbs found on the lower ranges of
tte Sierra Novadamountains of Califor
nia, tbo medicinal properties of which
aro extracted therefrom without the uso
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked. "Whatis tho" cause of tho
unDarallclcd. success of Vinegar' Bit
ters!" Our answer is, that they remove
the, cause ordiscase, anauio patient re
covers his health. They are the great
perfect' Kenovator and Invigorator
ok tho system. Never Derore in the
history of tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing tho remarkable
anilities of ViSEOAaBrmns in healing the
sick of every disease man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative, as well as s Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
, a .
The sroDerties of Div Walter's
VlHEQAstBrTTSEts are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nntritioos, .Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative; Counter-Irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, anil Anti-Bilious. .
IU' II. JICOO.VAT.D it CO..
Srarelsts and GettAEts. Son Trasciaoo. Califijrnls-
nd cor. of Washington and Cbarlton Sta, NX.
Bout by sOI Drasguu ana Dealers.
TEN RSA80N8 WHY
. Ne Fatnzl tljndj le -withtMi a lettle cf
WHITTLESEY i the ese.
(fit. Itw.il nltcnc lhc-cn.t catccf CHJOUS
Chollc or Chote rn Morbus in 15 mlnn:.
2d. It will cure the mot ctxtipoie case of
Dyspepsia an a in digest Ion ia a few
weeks, . " r
3d It U tie" b-f reratiy in l! wottX lor
Slok.Head acho Uicutcaii itfi'jX
toren whet the firt svTi.-mtn.-i ai,rr
4tl-If U tire Wit Jiuretie put brfore
the public; curuig" thne dasiressic tcmtlaints.
winuoios ana ururei anu oiacr urinary
5th .It Is a most excellent Fmmena
ffOKUe.-and 10 the Ycunr Clrls .mi4J!e
aged women and at the 1 urn of Lil,ihu
remedy is of incilculabJe ialue. ft
Oth. It wIU remove InU from the leit,
and hence a few drofw in 9onie sweetened water
celieve and mnlce ItSleeo. Contiin-
iag no anodyne.
7th, U U a sure relief r adulw and children
affect eil -with Worms and Pin Worms
It will bnne away the ncnrs.
win it w.ii cure tne fit OS ana Kemor
rh o d I al 'difficulties.
Oth. It will cure Co n at nation and keen
the boweU regnUr. It will &L-o cure the worst case
of Summer Co rnp lal nt znd Dysentery
iotn- it win cure sour biomacn,
Stimulate the' Liver iV healthy.actie.
Relieve He art-Burn and ac as a gtnera!
Resulator of the system.
When taken dilute the dazb wtth filtear and
Water to a Win e-Class fulland you
haven pleasant tonic.
Wiiittlsjey (uysyiaCure)$r.oo per bottle.
Whittlesey Ague Care 50c. per botue.
"Wh'ttlssey Cough Granules asc per bottle.
ti lyU druggist and warranted.
'iThlttlescy Prop. Sed. Co., Toledo
Steel Rail! DouUeTrack!
Is the ONLY ROUTE by' which holders or
xiiuuuuti xiuti;rc w .ew i ora ana isos-
ton are enabled to rislt tne cities or
B T I M O R. E,
New York and, Boston,
At the cost of a ticket to New York' or Boston
only, wltn the prlyiiexe OITUtunjf
Is the ONLTEOCTB from the
WEST T01VASHIXGT0X CUT.
trough Baltimore. ,
The OSLT LUTE RCXKIJfO MAGNIFICENT
OAX' CABS, and .
Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Coaches
, ' '
Fnm SL Lonis, Cincinnati and Commons, to
Baltimore and Washington
Tickets for sale at all Ticket OOcen in the
Bouur ana esu
General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati", Ohio.
M.COLE, Genl Ticket Agent, Baltimore,
BB IO,. IK ATT. V .
affected by change or temperature. Is
water-proor. and adawidto all d
aI)a H la CTer w a bttWr,
The Best Faint in
the World I
Shade from Pure White to Jet Black
combination of the nnrt nalnt with Tn.
Rubber, forming a shoots. ulo3t. nax.
bcbablcxlistic and beautiful fAl.NT. un-
rv vst a better nalnt for
inside or outside painting than any oth
er psin tin the world. Being Irom one-thlrd
one-fourth cheaper and -lasting at least
times as long as. the best lead and oil
or which is given above,) Is on every
Preuared ratl for use and sold bv the rslhra
$2500. A trpSSdu'"1 $2500.
fully represents sample pages and style
ofhlndlagorso Intensely Interesting, Useful
""s is tningerertried
eanvawers. AGENTS WANTKD. Yon
miss It ir you do not send for Illustrated
beautiful prospectus (the only outfit needed),
secure territory at once. Address
oldest nnd mnfe Mtllanla 1 . ttii .
obtaining a Mcrcantllo Education. "For tfiZ
write to p. DUFF ft SOS9.
" Plttsknrh. V.
per day. Agents wanted ev.
ervwn.rA 1. , . .. , .
CO.. St. Louis, ilo. 39vl