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BOOK A5D JOB. PEISTIJIO,
aii.i.TinKKTH.ind avanr oiharvarlatT
AMD PAnOY JObninw, Wlia naw aaw aapcrror j
and oa abort aollaa. '
. Coiaa and aaa na; yon will alwayi nacvthw amlllnt
fasa of UnK-an4 Falber WrlghS wkoia praaanaa
"'COUNTY officers. ' '
r JAri 'f F'lrftli Ctaan Plw ? HENRY
e. WHITalANrfOildaaeaUneaftar.OJilOi .
Protaf JJf.-JKSSK LBOHiNEK, OrAcaln Pnblh)
B5.aaf i.ra.i-!lAMB W. STIKCHOOMB,
Cr . Cr-J0HN C. RAINBY, Office Public
lild'iifr A. J. DILDINB. OIBca PaMIe Bnlldlnft.
7Vrr P.C. BKNAUUM.Offiea public Building
RK,Ttr-r. 8YFBHT, Oftlca Publla Building.
Srr(,.r-B. 8. UAKNUM.Offlce, TallmadgeBloak,
Second Kvory. . .
' Ctrntrh 8HPFER. ieldenca,Mdlton tp. ,
Ci("'rr-JOfiEPH SHAKP.of Bern Town
bin. DANIEL COLLINS or Amanda Townahlp.
WlLLlAM8and Bar.J. P. BK1BMUND. .
are prepared to exeetiM all detcrlptlona of JOB
IK: inch aa CARDS, ClR0"bAH(, POHTBH8,
LT10BBT8,and aery other arlay of PLAIN
. ..Mcfiara. Edixjbs: Rurliiing in the
rural districts imrhediatoly surrounding
Lancaster, is my ilelight.and I have ptn.
chant for penning the doings of the far
rners'. Th "Hxcehior Manor," of Di
BIU8 Tallmabob Esq., has frequently ex-
ci'.ed my adm'uation, both for its superior
cultivation and means of gratification af
forded our citiiens. Last week I witness.
' ed some magnnm lonum plowing' in his
soveaty acre meadow, now being cultivat
ed for .corn,' The two plows used are
what are called the "Ntw Columbut,
Plow." proprietored by J. L. GtLt,& Sob,
. Columbus, Ohio, and agented by V. J
BoviKo, Esq., hardware merchant of our
city. Following the plows around the
field, and conversing with Messrs. Crotch
; it and Leon.abd. the experienced plow
. ers, I had ample opportunities for fully as
certaining He merits, each plowing t two
and a half acres per day. The skim or
. sod plow in front tains about three inch
' es of tlt sod into ih furrow, while the
plow behind, pulverises ai it iurns seyB
inches of the under soil on top' complete-
" ly covering the sod, manure, stn bble, or
other substances, according to the land
plowel thus placiug the fertilizing mate
rials at the roots of the grain or corn when
growing, and so pulverising and levelling
the soil above that it it ready for piant
' ing or sowing without the usual previoua
barrowing - the sod and stubble rotting
sooner and more easily than' wVenexpo
sd to the atmospbere-r-even .wita two
horses,'inateai..of.th.Vei abreast as com
monly ; emoloyed,T running- s; light as 8
siflirle- plow and with less manual labor to
the nlowman: belriifc invaluable for.deep
tilling'. witu'tVjj mallorsesplowing a
narrow ana aeep furrow. , wo suon iw
I Look iboallbee for employ I
' 811 aot down to Meleu dreamlnf
' THar la Ilia awaxUit lor. ' ' 1
Poldad aaadtere arer weary,' " ' ' i
; . Life far thee balk many dutlee 7
, , Acttre be, Ihen, while yo may.
Scatter blearing! la thy pathway!
i ,. Oentt wordi and ekeariBg amllaa.
, Better are than gold and all'ac, ' t
' " With their grief dUpellliif wllee.
Ever oa the grateful earth, .v . v
Bo let aynpatky-aad Maaaaae - -!
:t,aUdd8B well too darkened haarth.
i " HearU-tkerakraappreaMd and weary t .
Drop the tear, of ymHhy,i :
a ij whteparvoroa opa ana eomiort,. ,'. . ,, -
, .' OI, and thj reward ahall be , -j. ,:
Joy unto thy tout reluming, . , , ,
Prom this perfect Tounlalnheid, ' "'
Freely, ulboufreel;gIret, ' '"
8ball the grateful light be ahed. " - 1
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the moss ROSE. '
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BT PAtJC BtOOTOLK.
.aui 4 Jj jt-..
. "What oaa such a useleea little thing
aa I do in this great,; wide,., wonderful,'
beautiful World?" thought a modest Moss
rose hatgrew in a, sbelioied" nooTt, in a
fine 'gardVufull 'of "s trange' ' apd costly
flowers. o kimost everj shape,., aue and
colorin front of a .rich . man's . summer
eotiage. ! r! ';Jw .' viq i.t,
'" "The bee, yonder, worlta all the long,:
bright (fay s, 'and fills his storehouse with
delicious food for , l)s little ones, or j for
man. i Th little aot moves a load as big
as itself, and never tires whili da light
asU. ' The birds are, all busy, building.
patching, tending, teacningaoing eve
rything for .the sake of making : others
hsppy;' All these curious and beautiful
flower?) that I seer blooming -nround'W,
are useful.. Tha gardens cote 'thur fine
bios8oiiM and liuds, mndf''theX kMym$
men who walk thise psihs talk of .them.
HowN harming they looked iipo'n? ths idini-
ner-tablefhow sweetly they crou bed in
their tfloasr hairj bow.they filled up the
Dall-room witu uoimnum uuura. : juvarr-
thing haa something to do but roe. I am
idle. ' I am useless, ', I, am worthless,
wish I had never grown. I wish the
gardener would cut me down, and burn
m Up." - ; " ;
The Mosa-Roie nunr tier beaa in
great heaviness,' and thought many more
sad and gloomy thoughts, blie Did not
supuoia'any of her thoughts would be
known or she would hava been .frigbiened
at her own boldness. Yet she had spoken
her thoughts aloud; and a little timid yi
olet.'wbo sat quiet in the hedge' not far
off, sending up sweet , perfume from her
dainty throat, answered: - s : . j
"Dear Rose, evsn you, smsl) and feoble
as you are, may gladden, the heart of man
wiih your beauty ., Please don I. Jie die
contented and spoil the pretty faoe God
has given you. . Do what you can. JJ.n
joy this bright aunnhine this fresh mor
ning tir tins pleasant sown wina toe
Songs of these happy birds the lulling
sounds of this sparkling, trickling loun
lain . Look uo at the dappled clouds, and
inio the broad blue" sky' that they float in
and" be BapptV "God will find a use iu his
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own jfooa time. . . s i
, Thank vou. dear Violet., said the
Uuss Rose, who had been gradually lift
ne ber head, alter earnestly looking
.down', find listening, t6 jthe' gentle, fotdof
nr couaitf. "'Thank' vou, atuoueana
times, for yourkind,.:aHecUonate, Bister
lv advice, I hope I shall profit- by it.
am so glad that you did rot scold me, for
then I should have lost my temper, I am
afraid, and perhaps ! might lave spoken
in ancer. flow wicked I. must, bo,, to
have been so Boar an, aogry . weiing to
ward vou. who are so good, and gentle.
and lovely to all. . But it mskea me
qherfiil fo'knowtha yotl to v marshal.
richmau, : He comes here in summer to
get rid of the dusty streets of the hot city.
Ha has laid out 'beautiful walks, ; and
groves, and flower beds here.1' He has
buildings for his bcrses, and dogs, and
chiokens, and pigeons. lie has fruits
and vines, and rare plants, of almost ve
ry kind. He spends a great deal Of time
reading;andhis wife and children ate very
fond of him, and can scarcely let' him
leave them for a day without tears. He
seems very happy. He used to play un
der these very trees, when he was a oliild
not older than myself. I often Bee tears
roll down his cheeks, when, he Is alone,
lying nadar-nhese fiee old trees, ( I fancy
he is thinking of days past and gone,
when he was a boy, and perhaps, of his
dear, companions who have gone before
him. . I believe he is a , good roan; but I
will not, tell you who be is. ; I wonder if
I shall be so sad, at times, as he is; if I
live to be so old,' and have so much to
make me happy. , ,
Dear me! I had almost, forgotten t was
telling eV-atory.; : ; ai ;,.:: :;
Two or three days after the Moss Rose
and Violet had th sir talk, a little daugh
ter of the rich man was strolling down to
the summer-house, with a brisk little Skye
terrier, whom she called "Jack," gambol
ing,' and running, and leaping into the air
beside ber. The dog seemed to amuBe
her very much, for sho was laughi ig al
moat too loudly for a little girl, and seem
to be thinking of nothing but her own
fun.' " 1 1 '' ' 1 ' ''
Suddenly Bhe stopped and held up her
bands in admiration. . - . , , . ,
John! Jolinl" she called out to the
gardener who was bu&y not far off, "what
a lovely rose here isl ' Do borne. Please
put it in a pot, and let me carry it up to
the .house. , Behave yourself Jack get
away.. Oh! how muoh poor Jenny will
like this." -
1 As the gardener put the flower in he
bands" she told him to sond the black boy
Thomas up in a quarter of an hour, to go
with her. She went toward the house.
and met her mamma upon the a'.eps of the
"Dear Miss Ediib--be died asleep last
night;' her last, words , were about, lb
rote: '. , ! ,:! . ; ; ...
The. Moss Rose Lad' dn its work ', in
making happy. a poor dying gull ., Mow it
blooms by her gravel,,, .
... ' The Useful aatba BcsnUfnl.
. The tomb of Moms is unknown', but the
traveler slakes his thirst at the well of
Jacob. The gorgeous palace or the woaltli
iest and wuesl of all moparchs, th cedar,
and cold, and ivorv, ven the great tem
ple of Jerusalem, hollowed by the visible
elory of the Deity himself, are cone; but
Solomon's reservoirs are now peifoct as
ever. . Of the anoieat architecture of the
holy city .not one stone is left upoa'another;
but the pool of .Uetliesda commtnda the
pilgrim's reverence at the present day. '
I be columns of 1'ersopolis are moulder
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ng in Mia uuai; uui, m uuierun aim us
queducts remain to challecae our admi
ration. 1 he iroldcn bouse or JNf ro is a
mass oi rums; but the Aqua (Jlaudia, still
pours iniaivonie its umpia stream, ine
temple of the Sun, at Tadtnor in the wil
derness, has failen; but its Fountains spar
kle in the sun s rays aa when Ua colonades
were thronged with thousands of worship
pers. It may be that London will share
the fate of Babylon, and nothing be. left
to mars h sue out mounus oi crumDiing
brick. The Thames would coiitinue lo
flow. as it does, now, If any work of art
should rise over the deep ocean or time.we
may well believe that it will neither be a
palace or a temple, but some vast aquduct
or reservoir: and if any name should flash
through the mists of antiquity, it will be
that of the man who sought the happiness
of his fellow-men. rather than glory, and
linked bis memory to some great work of
national nlili'.y or benevolence. This is
the true glory, that outlives all others, and
shine with undying lustre from genera
tion to generation, imparting to work
something of its ' own immortality, and
rescuing it from the rum whioh overtakes
the ordimary monuments nt historical tra
dition or mere magnificence.
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There is something extremely pleasant,
and even touohing at least, of very soft.
and winning efiect in this peculiarity oi
needle-work, dieunxuif.him' women uora
men. Our own sex is incatmble of any
such by-play aside from the main business
of life; but women be they ol whateariii
ly rank they may, however trifled within
lellect or genius, or endowed with uwl'ul
beauty have always some little handi
TUB MORA LI OF BUSINESS. '
In this present social arrangement of
ours, all depends upon the morals. , We
use the word in its original aeoeo. Un
less life has meaning, ft Is not life; and,
on the other hand, it Is life only so far as
it baa meaning. On the bald rock of ab
solute truth rests every superstructure
that stands to-day; what is put together
with the help of the ties and cioss-beams.
victory, by so much is he more vigorous :
and strng. This is a case of daily and
hourly illubtration in . the life and rxperi- ,
enct of every mau. . If he resists with ,
success to-day, he evili resist with all the
more esi to-morrow. What be gain by .
a trial of hia individual strength, ia his ,
own forever. And this is the good that
obstacles, and trials, snd temptations work
in our lives; we should be puny and weak;,
wiihout them; our souls would never ae. ,
some onseen.butumleTBtood bond.thailifis
our common sets and intents up to a
nommon standard a standard established
on the immutable principle of truth and
right? All this may sound to many earn
as little more than an abstract assump
tion. Let (he experiment fur once be
trifd, however, of getting alonjr, without
Bach aa abstraction, and see how wietch
edly it would succeed! For what we .
the girders, tho brackets, the rafters, and ;Kr(.e to ciu idealitied, and sometimes even
the scaffolding of falsehood, however well dreams and illusions, arebulthe piihand 'quire that vigor which is the surest token
they look to the eye, canoot and will not point of ever-enduring realities, without of high health and the broadest promise
lime win oniy snow it ij me oe-1 which, buaiones. t&Qiyi education, com-' of enduring Happiness. .' . .
mere one with snother, labor of all kinds, If this be true positively, it is true neg
would be soulless and dead. The human ativcly a'so. . If virtue thus accumulate1,,
race could not live Ion? thus; it lives to 8 " 'Ien accretions becomes visi
inspirations and ideas, or dies. The very hie to the introverted vision,- we may at
man who boasts tho most ol li is practical
ity, forgets what telling words he thus
employs for the Impalpable abstractions
that have always informed and controlled
The fa'al m'stnke men commit in this,
as in other rrspec's, is in thinking that
any private and eelfish advantage may
ever be got al the expense of ihe common
interest. It cannot be, in the very na
ture of things. What rencerns, one con
cerns all. To abstract from the common
slock, is to sieal from one's own self. To
think you may client the general law of
its operation, while everybody ele must
ho ri.ridlv lipid In it ia In lnnt f.ir mirA-
i. ,i .. :m i.. 1. t. ,.! benevolent, can cover up untruth. It
uiib umi win ur.ci iu Hiuuiii, it , ' -
will not be so concealed. It looks out al
Med builder. "Time "is the final test,
settling and unsettling everything.
To be ahrewd, to wear a long head on
one s shoulders, to see the 'cutest way
and forthwith to follow it, is not always
the shrewdest, the longest-headed, or the
'cutest, by a long distance. Let it be
borne in the mind of every man. that he
mubt either add to or take from ihe gene
ral stock of sooial integrity. Nobody need
think he can himself chest, and forbid the
same prsctice to others. And so far as
he does cheat, by so far he diminishes the
genertl stock of truth, lowers the standard
of honorable dealing, and vitiates the force
of his own example.
This he cannot do, however, and not
himself be a sufferer. It is not so plain
as it ought to be, and might be, to some
minds, we know; but no truth is more
true than this, f hat falsehood hurts him
the most who deliberately practices it.
If I deceive another, the evil does not
rest there; I have not got id of a lie by
telling it; it goes forth as my word, my
epresentative, and stands for me where-
vei and to whom my action may be known, not be cheated, .without his being cheated
If not now, then by and by, its hollow- too. Perhaps lie bns no accusers to drag
nesa will betray itself; and they who make
the diS' every, will naturally come not
merely to doubt me, but lo try the prac
tice of playing off similar tricks them-
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..i-ii i j t? i. 1 :r..i i ww, v - ..... p-r - - - j
"yn, near uu w,.. . ucuu.uu , nt moWntii A need, famiUaI ,0
suppoBS that's for Jeuny, , How pleased U fi r8 of lhem Mm A qaeen D0
she will be." said Edith's mamma, u , doobt, plies it on '.oceasion; ihe- woman
Ya. mamma." said Edith. ''Will vou poet can use it as adroitly as her peu; the
i u r. rpi, .--in k. woman'a eve that has. discovered a new
f v . ... star turns from ita glory lo send the po
bere very soon to sarry ui .. . . iiUlH instrument eleamina alone
Tbe lady smuea ana went into tne cot- her handkerchief, or to darn a casual fray
tage, but soon returned with a basket fill-1 in her dress. And they hivo greatly tlx
! will, snmut lunnr ftnvarf.n with a nankin advantace of us in this respect. The slen
white ias snow. Up came Thomas, and '7eV., . f . F n
they set out Thomas carrying the bss- teTegt9 of jife the COntinuslly operating
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net, ana iuitu tuo iubu, inuuenoes oi wuion uu so muvn iur iuu
After walking about half an hour they health ol the character, and carry oft what
j vp.. . nn.liinn Kmion. would otherwise be a dangerous accumu-
VUUUSU VCW.O - b, - ,
down old house. Thomas set down tb. """L , " J I Ci.
basket and retrfrned home. ..iiditu took it iin. stretohinir from the throne to
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up and knocked at the aoor. . a leenie u, wicker-chair ot the bumbicst seam
voioe oriod '.'Come in." She walked in- stress, and keeping nigh and low in a sp
with three horses v abreast, esoh, ,e,ooom-
plishine mucli as three single plows
dragged by sit horses,' sating" thrj"labdi
ot one man anu a piow, vou u y - . L - ' iii Jia iiu
If ploughed by U Btanding. drouth bettefrry jr '
thatianv other-blacing'thi boI and stub- ThTlolefarkaves tnoIiteneUVith tei
resdily know how it may be kept from
diminution and decay. , And this bring
us round lo our point oace more; all un
tiuih on out part, by word, deed, look, or
even silence, is lo that extent our moral
death; we cannot live, if we practice it,
except as a decayed tree lives, shooting
out a meagre tuft of green at its crown, or
only sn occasional sprout among th dead
branches, but nowhere hanging up clus
ters of ripening fruits. If Mi be life, it
is not the life a man with an awakened
soul aspires to,
It is idle to suppose that the observ
ance of any formalities and ceremonies,
whether social, sectarian, partisan, or even
es that will never bo wrought.
Viiin In linnA fr flnr rtarflnn fnr I ran c,f voa.
sionof.his son; it exacts its hard but the eyes. It blabs wilb the lips, It pub.
.nr8flU anil eB alono. What . lishes itself and its meanness with every
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man thinks be slily takes from ano'.her.he
takes only from himself. The rest can-
they do abstract the currents of his life
force, and to that degree they are wreak
No one man can Bland 'ing a costly and terrible revenge.
Ives against mine.
Thus mischief widens, like circles in
the water. Thus virtue decays and dies
out. Contagion blasts the whole body of
society at last,
aside, and say that he may take from the
general health and general virtue what
another may not; ho is permitted to take
nothing from it; it is in his place only to
add to it, to help on the progress of accre
tion, and not to draw against it at all.
But how much soever a people or a so-
oiety is strong, by so much most it be
virtuous. In other words, all its publish
ed ealih, strength, greatness, benefi
cence, relies on its naked integrity. - In
all business transactions, there is some
thing finer than llic business; the thought
refers back from tho thing done to the
thing signified., Our merchants could
not stand a dsy without this constant,
though silent, ' appeal to a nice spirit of
truth and honor; impalpable, when one
act and word. It may not be atoned for
with seventh-day observances of the mor
al forms, however sacred in their wsooia
tions or lesj ectable. It is bought up with
... . . ., r a... if
him up before a tiibunnl of la, or even no briDes. wueiner o. g.ua or u.rj. -of
public opinior., for his shortcomings; t"e the man has token bis potion, berw
but he knows his fault himself, and his na(urei (i( Bn,rSai nhion extending to
iliou'lits will rise up lo Le prpttual wit-! ,1,. TerT stara and planets that still go un-
nes:es against him. They may not puck named, compel him to keep the place h
his conscience for a Ions time, either: but chosen, m is in piuory
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ble so far benflsth the3 Surface that it cut
tiva'tes heir as nicely Is Old randand al'
though the pi ice ; is 128,' it !i Bottijb
tnoie economical - thin ihij '.single' plow,
yhal it pays the excesiof cost in .ons sea
eon... Wjih a single plow, . farmes can
only cultivate one farm,, that u. the. soil
for a few inrhea beneath v th 'flnrf-ce.
Uiingthia 2)ottW"-i'ot; by lurning up
soil not to't'e feaohed by The former, he
pan bring a mcoiw rarm into uae. t flow
ing deeper still with a subsoiler, be can
cultivate soil not Operated upoa by either
kf the above, thus acquiring hie third farm
fcy employing theae three plows success
ively, so that if be cuUiuatei i one Tjundred
acres of clerred. Und in this 'yay'p., u'i
matelj gets thm. hundrtd $$ into his
haoJs. . Tba best farmers rof-Fak field
county are using this "J?otiM Wot," br
as I have bhristened it with tears,'' of joy,
the 'ExceUior, MagnumyBdnum Ptow
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A V.I Saw lit A eVwlM7aJ ft 96tit HtlO. tCMlOtM
fdly good griouUarl implements
-. r R. E. H Liyiwho.!
.a a a .e. 1
o a little roow vert neat and clean but cies of communion wi.h their kindred be- goes to talking aoout u, yet tne oniy rocK
to little room, Very neat and clean, but Methinka it is a token of healthy bottom on which all transactions rest. Be.
denoting povertyToiily one chair-end a 'nUe oiactA.iBtics. when women tween menof ihehighercrderinmercantile
table, and the window panea broken and of higU thoughts and .accomplishments ,ife a nod comC8 10 mcnn a promise, and
Btoppea WHU raga. , .ill i.Wr..c n l0 M 89w espuc hi y as uiey h Wnit M lft ,0(ni)
bed, and in it lay a young gui, no. over re a. hom J h thelf oWQ M th.n
rouriee n years oio, vrr v,..u . w., , . , COD(luct abodt with legal technicali-
with great blue eyes and long flaxen hair. m King can do no Wrot,fftU ,ieii ,d formalities that ae meant for
She was very feeble,, but had (bright, Washington correspondent; f the N. Y. f 5fBuchwer9 ind,cd
oliporful face. , " ' . Tribune, makea tuese onei sown oi me - .
CUeeriui ii-o. , ., , """ ' , .... . il . mmnuMKl transartiona of a
Aa rcrfiiri antered the voune ctrl said, exoitemcnt prouueea Dy me rresmeni s " --- - - ; -
in the llnuno. Ilurr.ft nature would not be carriuil out,
Ohlhow glad I am-to see you. Mother , Praiflni' memn. nrotestino- h... - t.:, -iTn.iwn wm.ld l. Aa-
1 J T ' L V 1 I v-ua--.. - p -n A O I urjvS UCV aa wmwvii
haa gone out washing, and I must be alone ao,amg( Mr. Covode's invesiigaiion, created g,,OTe(i b, tho del.T. But once let it be
pretty rpeel intense excitement in th. House. He has ' ' . nmnna . . . f
CUU .u.,vun. rf
, in fact, that unite
globe that this
d lo flinch from the
quirements ot the
moment he is shut
essnees and shame
no bona ol escane:
, . . . i f.1 T t-- A ' KJtl L ' J . i.vu. " ...wm . - r - i
she) said:-.VHow ungrateful,.!., A vindicated the power of the House toper- d all ti,e Ume, too, perhaps not a word
... . . ii i:l- . .-i. :,l It III I nntt.inrr an tnnliflh since Writincr his
fTO KtVT lU GnlUal I ? S The idea of the Pro,- men-who are th, ones
.(kT0e.'8- , dent Pie-ding juriedicHod like a ciml- the four quar.ers of the
-Alter JSd.tli tiad giventne poor gin me , to tToM io. t,,at di
U..I..1. ...1 .1. VmA iV.nloJ l.I. fnl'ir. i . l ...L.!..l J,.nila. ' ' '
and they had chatted awhile, tauu oaae ble to the omce. inewnoio tone ut .
, .' -At t.ftm '" dooumenl is conceded to be weak and pu- truth, and from that
r: . ' "'r-' : ''I ' piHorw of help.
: .ii ucu au s J 1 . ..' RUfl.a hripfltr. tint allafltual V. AJ. .l.il, ihort in
Lancaster, Ohio. 'J'J
'.)' ft I !
. J jLhioTji I nCn 5pnnefiiC?lo
has such f hatred for every a thing apper
taining toraonarohy that by won't wear
for ahe was filled with1 Jeelings' she could
hottel! fn wos--they.'wire so' mixed,
ind'sb maiiv thinifs tame t ' hef lips. t
once. ' oo sne was suent. ads iu ww
RoseVvas' happy again and put .forth its
rudflf leaVo!!,' opflded lis hob . ireas
ures of fragranoe to the kisses and caress
es of the frolii-some summer air. - '
!I IOp&ld make.bftdjy WMi U
all about the plaoe-where the Moasnose
and Violet bloomed.'1', I 'm'uiiW content
ith:iUttW.jn fi I .II
, ........... .,
. , Well, about an hour , ride . jrom, .iuib
great city of New York." by the lailroad,
sod then another hour in a carriage, io
on horseback.'which I like, best,) liis
lovely lake, colled Rve Lake. It i al-
mbstsnrrdttneed by hills and rorests; and
hen iTj is psilm.ip,, smmer itfi and
the snow-white clouds float in the air p-
ver ii, and you can aee them away aown
ID the Still, aeep water, louaiuu
bung iheieV'it Jteroiddii verjf vopb who
Ukss pleasure id thinking of such things
of the fairy -land wa read bo much of in;
German stories On one aide of this lake
lies B sleeping hill-aide, that begins io a
grove of very Ull, dark green biokery
trees, and cornea down in gentle, wavy
slope to tba very edge of the lake,
On this spot stands the cotttgeof th
.11 day But .whafL.a sweet
littler while ago I was nidrnjuring at hard au8 e investigation in rj way, and ' .
. i - i ... ... -l . i. L:. .i,..A.Pihfl Conatitut on hear-bM Doen spoaen.
ipt. wpeu am ... . f-u -T . h. K..i. f 1m. Tt i. nnt ..v tho lesa true because we
m. ''...: t i...i,..ip incrnnon this power ssthsbssisor im-
inen.tne moss ivo " ,. Then Mr. Craifra.of N. C. ,i,n. fl, hfow,: nothinrr is less
UUTV:U r tl.o inqi7i7 tad not been I or mo ,rue eilher, on tha- account;
PJW.? mTWW!'J made 'hrt),,Kh 11,9 -uu,0,Bry "T'1.?.' hui it is a fact of universal significance,
Bo tns Biosa nose put wrui uu not Mr. csnerman prtnniij "" "v , . , ,if..,,,,u.inii1
' A .ji '.v r.t .cr-S A . u - .u. i...i.r of ita nn rronr e- that as a single tube of water may balance
beautv ana a i ner iragrance, anu tiie uiri uuuao -n -- ---- - i - r- - - .
"Ww'.VIS .. ,. .;j a...a natrudlion from the tfi noe.na. and keen itself firm, eo the
ws. happy with the flower.,.. ; W'.. girnl),0 Drifliple of integrity alone, sus-
The next day uenny laianu a cren uenii ... ... ... . - - ,
. al ..bi.n. . . , , , should He! tains ihe whole unwieldy and complicate
witn iermotn,r , lfa Ut catch a feller carrying off bis ..ruomre of busmess and affairs. It is
you think mamma... aid .!., ."that when .honId a feller whale a feller, if a notIl!nir'but the morals of thing that
the flowers die w.nt r, and are cover, f-,,er ooud? , MVea that thing making it sweet , andl
edi4tWgroua,lbey.rel.keioi.rselvr. , if a body spy. body creeping ; round M of
his lot. should a body treat ooay w . ,
i. j -r .1...9 , . huninesa tranaaoiiona,
om a- iuu wiiwm, , .'..
.it : , s -.i if ki u a ooay catoua i'uj von..0 ... ny reierenw an w
gam" in .uty;fna snai, not w. o.oom , boJy kiok body UU
or. is to create sotm-thin
And this matter of per.onal force no
longer a mysticism to him who had learn
ed to read the true spiritual law of bis I e
ing d'.'Berves far more attention than it
has ever yet received. So much of it is
wasted, absolutely thrown away, mink in
the ocean of nothingness! There is so
little economy of that energy and strength
ol which Divinity iiself is so nice a calcu
lator! We pour forth our lives for rattles
snd straws, and have nothing left with
which to go upon grand and worthy un
deriakings. . Trifles draw off all our fresh
est energies, and great things wait vainly
upon our l'eable and faltering endeavor.
Tt is because, in the first place, Wr do
not behold things ss ihey are becacse
our perceptions need long anil p.iirni
schooling; and, secondly, becansii we are
not able to see objects in their right re
lations. This making up ll.e slate in life
is a highly important piece of business.
All deponds on tbe estimate ws place on
this object or the other one, what class of
motives we allow precedence and rule io
our action, and how ekillfully e are able
to combine our aims and plans. In this
tense, v.einakeor mar all Icr our own
selves. It is truly sionisliing, snd fair,
ly miikta a person of sympathy andsensi
bil ty tremble, to think in whm a headlong
manner the million plung along through
life, and stumble out nt ihe gate that o-
pens :o the setting sun! Iso plans, no
views, no arrangement ol motives or ..'ins-
but ull one grand medley aod coiifu?i..n
worse confound d! It is not life, and
such a result as genuine discipline can in
no way be got out of it.
And the largest waste of individual
force occurs in consequence of thie very
headlong ignoranoe. Thus, too, our main
point receivee illustration that men waste
lliemselvee by setking to deceive and de
fraud others. It costs a much larger cx-
He is in pillory, where all
be world of men and angels may aee him.
No matter what, or bow loudly, he protea
ses nothing in him speaks out but Mas
se, and that haa a voice of a hundred
II. therefore, community is held to
gether by men whose truth and integrity
is capable of taking oo aa many forms as
wreaths of mist or smok of what sort
shall thai same community be? If ihe
eye be evil, then the whole SjuI must be
tilled with daxkuess. If our leading men
the men trora whom othere draw their
worldly inspiration as from reservoirs set
here and there for that purpose are la a
conditioi. of decay , how long will it be be
fore tliewhole social etructureie as worth
less and heartless as spunk wood.mere tic
der to fntd the first cham e conflagration?
It is so plain in the abstract; it is so
hard to realise in the concrete. We my
all ol us see sad know what is pure and
true, but we arc so sPl to forget when
temptation comes sod takes us by ths
hand. The gret problem of life is, how
i,. rpdiipe ideas to prsctice: and, let it be
confessed iu all lowliness and humility .the
bent of us su ceed in doing little more
tl an making mixed work of it indeed.
Yet the great principles abide; the bask
giound is ae fixed as it ever was, and
aiiainst it, o. "
their own i reditor d-mntion. it is easy
to advise; nothing ie heaper than flu-nt
counsel; t.ut the how is not always as ob
vious to one as to another: we must all
see our own way With the eyes set in our
own heads. But nothin will bring ua
peace at last, in all the variety cf aflairs
in this lile.but peif.ct and thorough iru-h-fuln.-a,
and souls cleansed of the nesis of
such foul bird ae deceit and laise intent.
If we succeed In business bt untruth of
any kind, we may be qui urt '
we do not gel on, but will find the obsta
. les at some otl er day, ! noi now.
tidn iva die and are covlred.io the ground? his 1
WLaWanrino-Vompa' th flowers bloom a- load of shot?
..... K....S.- y- ;,
again mt.rgreat.rpe.uty .iter bod, ery? , . , .;,! ... , .. r can exist. The man in the street.
oriViinrn cf fiirce and crenuine power, to nl ( oftentimes
look after a lie. when it has been slar'ed j bor, a price of blood nP'noer;
onlts errand, than it would to suffer years many a
business transactions, conducted wiihout
truth and hon
ing that' neither
from any possible effects of telling the
simple truth. In homely, but all the more
expressive phrase, "it costs more than it
comes to;" -that is, ihe expenbiveness of
the efforts necossary to tell and take csre
of a falsehood, whether direct or implied,
ia far greater than the final results would
begin Ui warrant. ,, ....
The Old t hnrehes. ; . . ,
Here W an eloquent pssg r fe ring to
the venerable church edifices - fibe old
world, reared at vast sums, often ill got,
but throwing wide their doors to pnnco
snd peasatit, saint and sinner.
These temples ! how fur do they corres
pond with the idea of that religious senti
ment from which thfey originally eprnng?
! ID the old world the history of such edifi
Ices, though not without its shadow, bad
m8ny bright lines. W"Vfir
1 1 t.!a AAWa
off the burden he naa iaiu on -
science. Still the community amid wbiefc
they rose knew Utile ol tnese oiawu.
Pious legends attest the purity of feeling
associated witn escn cireuu..-. -building.
Mysterious orders, of which
we know only that .hey were .onseeraud
hrmherlv love and tbe development of
mind, produced the genius which animat
ed the architecture; but the caatmg of Ik
a . a a. .
urreClo.n,"0 W W VT',-.' . .TM'n -Z Hub. ihink on what a, slender: ba-is, to
Yed.rling, said net motner, i oi- i,a . apoua B uou, , 7. ...... uem r98ts; but
... . i. iiiMvts innr.r i uitu. ni vino - j
len tlun k t.Buvaou t u, n, more oatch .body winkin' at W L,, basis, for all that, and th. on
now: too UfM. r - ;r. .v,n..u a hodv with a niatol take a ,- x ...
txaa VAial for heinir in
.'IWUltM young-giri leu . V eweet 1JfcT ( .. Mi U unaeen. or abstract and out
sleep. The nest day .'Jenny 'was a great ; ll a body love body, with , body I d9finition
, ' . .i..... -i. ' :v,i .honld , hodv kiss a body in her side the limits of dehnition.
aeai weaaer. aouui puub boo ,jjud a,..-. . I , i t,ni
I . - .,rahi? ,1 cj n a h a tnr .vflmnlo that notninc? DUt
her .eyes and. looked. long time at ihe "' - ; ""IT' -r-o
121.1 S lO -J M "wVald worthy fellow to hi. Ms -had sway, integrity being set .de
tnffiHher. how ioditwouiuh u
V ' 4w T. . . ' .ka i 1. , J.J
graneo i. so del.g t.u lo ml"-- :1 , "- r AA
A f?0a VUtWW n.ww
1 'Vvisll, bow did vou do H?"
; "Of course, I said you w.r."
The Fatagonian. nave a superBuuou, Mld gu8pending them m ne
which has ito foundation in universal na- wM a act a whieh all ordera of 'heeom-
ture, loo, thut .he valor of every foe they muni.y took part; lot ' J"
... ...... !..'...:. -n l,Pra ,lrls were conseorated.lt was iorvuaurB
vanquisn eiiujm ,j nnnr vn.u togetner up-
The next morning; when .Edith came
. . . - k . . . - - .
to inquire how Jenny was doing, hereon
bibg mother esid.. ';;'..;.; ; :
all this fabno of wealth and eichang
would fall down, carrying with it Ihe
whole system of sooiety besides? Who
annnoses Ihkt we eould get on as well as
we all do together, without the help of (
.bin.r il.m. all the etronger and more
courageous for every encounter. It is
an fxcellent notion, considered even sav
agely; but as a poinl o morals, it hss in
contestable evidencea ot trutn. vvnen a
man overcomes the firet temptation, be
hss become so much the etronger to vnn-
ouiBh the second, when it appears; Us
1 " . "ui. om.nl a and the impe-
on neir marum .
rial altar welcomed the obecurent aruua.
X-An individual was fJT"
othefday while tJ-.g Hf JS
hi hand in
m, .... aino-nlar. air." ssld
. a . , .
stronglh having challenged his ..rengt 1,. lady ,c '"Mii? VwUl Vo.
d been found inferior, by asmuonaai... ,teaner.
exerted his spiritual energies
to obtain a make It plural,"
crown to bii bat. 1 ' ;, h v