Newspaper Page Text
lit lltnthtter Jourual.
f-.x-M4 T.tT rataaj, kf O, A. PIIMCI it CO., wr. Vnnt. . r I kTaAKT . iria rw !- aaaa JU TKI4MMI a a ww. a i !8 k ara4 fat ..!,. I.. avaaa. a.. . a 1 aa k taaaa ..a Tfc. .! l ' aaa k 4 ' lhtsinrn Card. ( HAM J4. IIYKK. f-AGksmttX, Km ea4 a ekaaa .. - v-aaa. rv f .', .. iimw4 kaa , f If c;7a- l'I K.KC K A ., joi rmiiM no reutSHCits or ikc in- CHKTCIWOMtt. Iwl Aw?" at J" fMetl nmVmi U IM Jt. If. WIIKKI.KIt, A I tor key and Couoaaiior at Law. ,Umlk VI. A. A. HYAItll, ImMkw u4 4aJa w staim Flats ftsi Stive Jewelry. P trarla MhAk a4 ka farSaf (M eaAa a4 fwa I w Ma.4 1 k. Km Arvaciaa - AU 1. 4JOV. kniMvo e4 laaf t 1 .. a.M . aa aaawaarraja. t. II UCK I'ITKNMmkI OfXJVltiW. Kinltiiwri M.4 auM 6y F W. Uy, aaoaaevaa. II, It. KOWI.KH, Att-rnr at Law, rnn a4 Baatt nJ Arael, lira aa4 leaa ,.. . , m uiii l' lock, aaa-aaana. llirKTON Ac MITNHON. Aaomeyi and Coaiwcllori t Liw, tfc H'M, Ml ilkt IK. T CliAHKMONT M- CO, E. L. OodJard, Ant Ummlttfrm ol tvt ' H--'k J..b frlalrn iA ,T, H. IWMAN, M. 1.. Pretirtng fhyidcUn nd Hurgson. e i trw. Altornxjr nt Uoiinnollor t I.w, Ufl a A HiMl't luir, H. M. CI.K.MoNM. M. I.. Utl priliriin PrKtB. A'm , TboaiiMM't " '''"(ta ln.pro.r4 Tr, t il l4, f tn f !'. Jt t- Am, A. M. JOHNSON, 1V. m l 1 f1 4 8kM !. VANDERLIKS HOTEL fl'HI ! 4 H"trt Mill " 1 it. mii4" - tfc .Mif. llMW lt0wi '- '"4 4nnf IttoftUl l4.l rM-lfllr ullril4 kit A I.K KLI I", l't..rlrl.. MucAMWr. L NKW Vt)KK. 5 " BrMdw7 0 UNION BCfllAltH., II. 1. IvIILES 5c CO., h. I. mill, propnetor. f M.0RVII. THE EQUINOX HOUSE. HAKCHKM-KK, VlKM'iST, (Uw (rw J una u OctolwT.) Al Ik tool ai llofSIT KIJIISOI, m Um 0r rim aii. rim iHivr. A44ra r. M. 04VIJ, M'krtw.Vl liiut to ManhNtF, trTlva II A. M Hwli-Ri n.! Ill A. M. Huila-ia !Lr Trwn mxinnl l Itul fc llui urru Tta iliiiiT,. al Si I'. M. -Trtia ht'Ti B .It MiiniTr. t ( A. H aiwi 1 IV ., afur rnaJ f lbum ( M'i ini fra.n ia fmlal ao au-tlln Jia f al.u. flruna lr NtBatiata M t A. M . KITIT III ttt'lljiaa ai II M.,Wa .i.miulir M DENTISTRY. VM. W. BIUX-KWAY, DENTIST, HAS raWnml MaarHaM. aftar nmi4b la Al' i.'t ri.nna aklra tlM a. baa la. arta m MiVi III'mTIIKi Art la tn4 aarta af at'aarTaat. li. lataka ftla fraal aaiianaj war. run htai la aarta lAal hla aarralbaa epo Lka taatA aaaaal a. aaralt4 la laa sial.. All akt ara la aa4 Itratal ai4 aaa law4 tm aall kia al kit raai. aara I Maarkartar. ta BenatDgtoa 4 Rutland Railroad. o a4 afiaa M.mAaf. Ma; IM, InlH a Iklf roa4 arm naa aa mitawa: l-a KalkaaA aA A, at-, Monk taraa4 At " laat 4 ai k)aartata K4arlaa4 t ArhKfNW 1 ! " Un la r 14 4' , " A 14 1 a a Anlat al kiaalaama m A, M , Arrl t at f. M. Tka t A M inif naia imu atil arrtraal Atata Una al m mii ia Troy m mmam traia ar. Tiai a A. M. . Um Tn. al AU r M. Laaaa Daaaiixta at M A H a4 Ka Araautftoai I i " " Artta-fl - AaaaartaaA " " Maa.kwar a " " " 4 aal ImmI at " k.-1 IMM lA " Arrla ai lUIUaal at ita - " mm IK " t44 - (ia Alt a - 4t " ) - awnanlaf arltk trttna In HartiafMt. Miral. IUI Iwa ru aM Mm, ua a.iu luf eiartart ac4 r-a. CA 44lHa taTlatraart laaaad. wkrt .k ta ara MaRkaaa4 al u . feaatajlaa. Mar tA. taak ' l-V4Jl:Mx COBi.UAIaU lSit fajbaat faaaal fiaiatkiaa ar ttaary fckj V' AM ). tl k'a a4 ataa4 aau4 aa4 Mlail atal-vaa rf ka kw ra wiatr irw T alXT ktlllT, A, r ATUan. araaai. . PIANO FORTES ! WM. McCAMMON & CO., KAXrTAa.Tt SKKA Of TMS iniPJCl!! Fllllfl FORTES, Aixi, mu AcrkcrrA or rat SOAlJDXAJr 4 GEAT IRON RIM PIANO FORTES, AlkAkT.il f. a!0AT!!AS TATU, Agt,9 u teromi ruir. tt JJILL Hl'AIW ka-i. arwaH a4 akaaa, M Ska JotUAXutnUL ilie VOJ.TtMK Villi M Mllk.ll WA.( ai Baa . a laa to-w hi avaanwil al U. atari, T'"4 . h. I.n U. ynanaif aJxl lr . In tat kmiM f kar law. ar!i (kr apnt, 1 M aii uhi ttavHacM aa4 kitud a, a4. l t a aaaa4 aT ai'aail.f a-4. lift, -4 f-ai4attaM AVaaj, Ttn( aaajt, It u pr) ba au,f a.'iil ll. r . ba kik, la ,u, aa uta ioftm bear 4 u. aa. . IkrubAk i.wk a A. am tua; (aiL Lal Una k lAa mai af tka aul, fltg Btaa, k ala,laa akaU AraM lata, A rkamir auk ba a r,f u latauk 7a km,W llaa Likl -xar Awif , r tatrk lo akttt m u,a ins rajaf i DiM a- ati'l aor 'ka tm . uui,( ,aa, A ula U'.t aniilita lia ka-aib; tnt atw aa,i fajo.; U.a Hull Vkur-i ! Tif ar'wka a Uirtn aaitk Hit IjjrA, "I karwaa U-er at mo 4. atk.w liU (Wf, ! kth, awl brmt. juurif Biau, Aa Ut. feaae lrca..l , 11 .iMjr tiiarlnatla kt' (ia al brifh4, lw uir J 'Mir td.ia I" lb La.nl ul Ikkt, ot Um bum U"i u,aia truu teaoda." -4'.k'A J.tm AlHtilllir1 nil kauoca. Itial ia tbc drwira at It,, parbna tf aiaroa, I ruai4 ba-aUi ila arrk d krr tMaiv ar,U nam, Oul fi'jia U, kaanla yif U,a ai,4,ua aha caiua, 'l"Mi4l a., aii aad aiiaji,ly. Itif frm Ika pfatftsa a)xna of l,iu-t'. and aia, lu! luul and aoal.lj ahfvr. -w.-la l.axl Ikwii, J hta ia Uaa rtiaia Ujal aait,at kr Kcaa U. "iruuk au4 aMrden. S, orwd by th t), r-i. J ahorn li,r firaoe haJ kid, r)urru.l by tl ir mifa Iut liuiuy Lad fwl, l'jiil), urt'i. , a.. la;.).a., aa iluaj - iviiig au um nUl.r. B lUf Uia fU'l ,1 a oii- J'iyiua lif ', Dv.f u dtattra,' ,4 a ,urf? baj'T wifn, borkinf aitli l.ii...'i,int. braaim aitb ttnfa- "lri,k ai,U auKr lirl." Tal aa tbt- etumr of u-mblr ttaln. Ma aku Im qii avuf h,r b u"t niathtaiu l.iutikMi I'j Lfiuia auJ acrt, f 4 eain, a a " a 1'U 'Ogli atrlviiia alnr lila. Hia qukklr auloia i!ir..,i,'b I'uaoriT'a Kto ur lai tnjut fur V,rtU'L a f-.iair, M f.,Jit n y ui.Ui Una ia br Ulr "Urunk ti.'l iliayirtlcriv." 'b ! vcu, aba llrinK in nxafurt tiut bliM, ht.rmk a )',u a'f,u:d trum au,o t,-aiful abtaa, Ttiaukmg llio Filh'T ynj art' ti,,t l,kc ib,a l Iiiiiik n?r t Jny. I'ray f.ir b r Oil .k aril ,.f wu.it abk Laa bin; I'ray f'n inT t by (rii'mia ami by km, Fray fur b r- letM l lit, alin rnw Ik, in aiu "1'rui.i ami itiaiiibi'y." 1,'ialba raihrf bira, abo ao prroilr fir K'U, ilonvr, wife. h!m', ami l.b, a btj'piui-aa ai.lil; Luatliv Ilia Ml luxt in, li t'Mi ..A. u i,,tU muuiil Nalurt art aurdhtiy. Htrifw briiK f-wtb frmn bt-r mii-ry l,,ve, Kin iui tha cin alure ih aomaii m uiuvo; O'kI wtrt lb. tila if llicaa rbari;fa alrovo - 'ifiiiik ami d:H4rlt rlv." (ikttisu on in mi, Wyiii.D. TLere are iiiadj ihflun lit way of gutting ou in the world; it Jdcii uot lwav meaa making a grrat di al of tnoui y, or bi-iug a great man for the jieople to look up to with womler. Leaving off a bail habit for a goml one, i gttiug on in tli world; to be cart-ful and Having in-ktt-ad of tliDiiglitlmii and waU fii!, in gt Uiiig on in (lie world; to be active ami ioduittrioua instead of idle and la zy, ia getting on; to be kind and for-tM-aring, inistcad of ill-natured and qutirrelaouie, in gotliug on; to work aa diligently' in the master's absence aa in preaenc3, ia getting ou, in abort, when we aoe any one properly attending to hie duties, xurieveriiig through Rttch difficulties to obtain anch knowledge as shall be of use to biiiiftclf and others, and offering a good example to bis rel atives and acquaintances, we may be an re that ho is getting on in the world Money is a very useful article in this way, but it isfniKKible to get on with small means, for it is a mistnke to sup poae that we must wait for a good deal of tnouey before we can do anything. rermeierance ia often better than a full purse. There are more helps towards getting on than is commonly supposed; many people lag behind or miss the way altogether, because tbey do not see the abundant aud simple means which surround them at all sides, and so it happens that there are aids which cannot be bought with money. Those who w ish to get on in the world must have a stock of patience, of hopeful con fidence, a willingness to learn, and a disposition not easily east down by dif ficulties and disappointments. Peas Ok. The mystery of Napole on's career was this. Under all diffi culties and discouragements, to "press ou P It solve the problem of ail he roes; it is lbs rule by which to judge of all wonderful success and triumphal marches to fortune and genius. It should be the motto of all. "Press on" -never despair, never be discoaraged; however stormy the heavens, or dark the way, or great the difficulties, or re peated the failures, "press on !" If fortune prove false to thee to-day, do thou prove true for this tomorrow. Let the folly of yesterday make thee wise to-day. If thy Affection have been poured out like water in the des ert, sit not down and penaU of thirst, bat "press on" beautiful ossis is Ls fbr thee, and thou may 'st reach it if thou wilt Don'r Liii tmi PkttMv A parson was picturing to aa old sin car upon bis dlh-bd th glorie that awaited hist if ba would rrpenL H promiaed him Among other things, that b would ooa b as augL "Don't talk that way, pWaaA, parson," said lias dying man; if tber is anTtLiriiT I have a j horror of, 'Ua of being an an gal, killing on a damp ciooj, ptc.ing a harp in th moonahina," "lam say, Mrs. Jooea, that yon hav lived with th dafendant for tight Tain. IXjaa 1L fVidrt nr.l-rmtai-il i from that yoa ar married to hint f j "la ewiraaj it due, j "Hav)oo. a suarriag otrtftcaU f" i "Ytm, your honor, LLia on Vm two (gals add a buy." ,, ar Mill MAMlIKSTi:.., VT., TIKSDAY MOKMXO, ALaJlM, rii, UrrAHTIIIiA AMORO f a) MtLlA IK 1BA luHNATUTT VAlXXY. tr.ua t-aatej 14'rtr Ku4 no America, TLe paJfti ia tb Aoi-rirn gira, tLougb ofun lx- .iUful, is loo nuirrial; n eye frum U. oi4 c utilr n to long tor a rossj chwk. Ixiwell AkiJ U.U color aa tbicB of clim(, and tlAt I tboulj fioJ plfulr of ro cbnki ; auiotigat the mountains of Maine, where there is more moisture in the sir. It rosy be so; I never got to the Maine mountains to sea. But as far as my observstiofts went, I never saw any cither on mountain or valley in scy part of New England. My private iiu preasion is, making all allowance for the Uifiitenro of dry air, that the ecul iAr palentws ftf Krw Kngland girls con nects iteif with too much metaphysics, hot bread an J pie. I have strong con victions on the subject of tie- Not to leak of more paleness, I don't see how with no apparent slackening of the cars, the Americana can reconcile it withEery window flew open, aud every their notions of what is due to the laws head that could be was thrust out to of nature, to live to the age they do, 1 considering the amount of pie they eat, ! and the rapidity with which they eat it. I dont remember that I ever sat down to a dinner in America, even in a poor man's house, without finding a pie of some kind often of several kindson the table; and without finding that ev erybody partook of it, down to the mi croscopic lady or gentleman whom we should call the baby. Piets indiflpens" able. Take anything away but leave pie. Americans can btand the prohibi tion of all intoxicating drinks, but at tempt to prohibit pie, and yon would plunge America into a revolution in a day. Then metaphysics! In one family which I viriited in the Connecticut val ley, two of the girls were deep in the study of algebra and met a physics, as a voluntary exercine, and shut themselves up three hours a day with Colenso, ami Kir Willmtn Hmnilton, and Kant. This was, perhaps, exceptional, but the New England brain is very busy. ' It devel ops very soon and very fast, and begins at an exceedingly early age to exercise itself with the ablruser studies. Pa rents and teachers often told me that their difficulty, with the girls especial ly, was, not to get them urged on, but to get them held back. In one young ladies' seminary which I visited, they were rnM HajV with the following liffriv studies, in addition to all the ordinary branches: Virgil and Horace, Latin pros composition, anatomy and hy giene, moral philosophy, mental philos ophy, and quadratic equations. ' ' To this add pie and hot bred, and what could you expect but paleness, even among the mountains of Ma ne T Paleness and pie notwithstanding, tha American girls are very delightful. And in on point they fairly surpass the majority of English girls they are all educated and well-informed. It is a painful, but I fear a too incontroverti ble fact, that most of the girls on this side are very ignorant on general sub jects. I don t blame them; I blame the system of education. Some girls are fascinating, whether they are educated or not; but to be left alone, as one sometimes is, with a girl who knows nothing, in a room with no piano, is exceedingly embarrassing after the weather has been exhausted. There is never the same difficulty with the American girls. The admirable edu cational system of New England, cov ering the whole area of society, has given them education, whether they be poor or rich; has furnished them with a great deal of general informa tion, and has quickened their desire for more. An Americsn girl will talk with you about anything, and feel (or what has the same effect, seam to feel) inter est in it Their tendency is perhaps to talk too much, and to talk beyond their knowledge. With the cleverer (or asi they would say themselves, the "smart er") of them, it seemed to me some times to make no percptible difference whether they knew anything of the subject talked about or not Mention ing this featnre of American character to a Boston gentleman, be said: "It is trne, I was struck in Eulgand with tha silence of tha people when thry Lad nothing to say. One time, traveling in the same carriag with a nobloman, I asked him his opinion of th ballot. lis replied, I hav not considered that subject yet You might travel all over America, said my friend, "and never hear a man aay that" But American girls generally know a little of every- tning: and their general intelligence and vivacity make thm very delight ful ootnpaniona I had an idea before going out that th Nw England ladies spent their tint over intellectual pursuit to th neglort of fiooAebold dutiaa. I did not find it so. Comparing class with class, they ar quit good boaaakeepaTS a I have sees anywhere. They had need ba, tor same at present is in a vary wretched cajsditioa in America: so much so that th middle-class families in th country often diapens with ser vaota altogether. Th young laJ.n can asks tola as wall aa dtunonstrat projK-atioos, and tair mental pbiloao- phy, whatever it amount to, ne- in-1 .4 0 tift r .th Ui jwrfwtioB of th f isa, Sam ml JoiuAtm oe to r iLal a tnto wouU rkiiirr Uiki Iiia fnife kLuuU im to Kk a good dmoar Uuaa rJ trrk. Hot b dtr not Awtn to bAT totiHpti Ul a tim hD wuu tva coulU learn ta do Ujtii. Cliih Ct-w TO TBI JUn, JoH'-ST." A locg Uin of crt, f"uiUtn or f- Wmd. wr r-iUy p4Mung oer tk Alleghany mountains on their wsy eastward. ThfT were crowded with jrAaatengera As the iron horse snorted and rushed ca, they began to dosotud and Beaded co power bat the invisible power of gravitation to send them down with terrific swiftness. Just as the psfcaengurs began to reallzs their situa tion, tbey eio to a short curve cut out of the sold rock, a wall of rock ly ing ou each side. Suddenly the sleain whistle screamed as if in agony, "Put on the brakes, put on the brakes," but see what the dunger was and every one rose up in their places, fearing sudden dontruction. What was the trouble f Jrint as the engine begin to turn in the curve the engineer saw a little, girl and her baby brother playing on the tract In a moment the cars would be upon them. Close to the track in the up right rock was a little niche, out of w hich a piece of rock had been blasted. In an instant tbs baby was tbrtmt into this niche, and as the cars came thun dering by, the passengers, holding their breath, heard the clear voice of the lit tle sifter on the other side of the cars ring out, "Cling close to the rock, Johnny, cling closo to the rock 1" And the little creature smuggled in, and put his head as close to the corner of the rock as possible, while the heavy curs whirled past him. And many wore the inoirit eyes that gazed, and aa silent thanksgiving went up to heaven. The Practical Beauties or Mobmon Poi.toamy. A Gentile woman iu Utah lately gave a correspondent of the Cin cinnati Commercial this little, but tell ing sketch of the practical workings of the Mormon system: Now there's Eph. Roberts right over there pointing to a stone house near the mountain he brought a real young, delicate wife from New York, now go in' on sixteen rears aim. and she work ed awful bard, I tell you; why, I've known her to do all her own work when Eph. had three hands and a thrash in' machine at his house' aud sometimes she worked out in the field, bound wheat and raked hay, which, you know, is awful on a delicate New York woman taint as if she had been raised to it, like we folks and after all just last year, Eph, went and married another woman, a real young one, not over twentv, and doo't you think, this spring she knocked Maria that's his first wife down with the churn-dasher and scalded her. Eph. stood by and just said, "Go ia, Luce; kill ber if you can." It all started about a churn, too. Both wanted to us it at once. Maria had it, and her butter was a little slow a comin', and they got mad, and Luce struck her and then snatched the kit tle right off the stove, and poured hot water on her feet, so she fell down when she tried to run out And what was the result, finally ? "Well, Maria left him; of course, she had to or be killed. It's very nice, though, for men. I had a dozen chanc es to marry old Mormons, but, law ! I wouldn't give that for all of 'em. Why, just turn things round, and let a wo man have two or three men, and see how they'd like that They would't be no murderin' done in these parts oh no! And I reckon a woman has as fine feelin's as a man. I tell you if my husband ver joins 'em or tries te get another wife, that day I'll bunt anoth er Gentile. Bet your life on that. Tue Ulmah Voice. Voices run in families quite as much as do eyes, nos es, mouths, chins, tampers, capacities, complexions, bauds, feet and legs. Resemblauc of thorax ia transmitted from on to son, with other congenial likenesses, and notably with the con stitution that bespeaks average length of life. Sorrowful experience will of ten connect th well remembered qual ity of "a vote that is still" with tb visible signs of declining health. The music of the tone, like the flash on th cheek, was mortal; th very life of tha voine, th clear, bell-hk ring was th ring of death. There is now and then a Strang witching in these doomed voic es; and it is very painful to think that Biirthmoving accanU of professed drolls hav often owed their i tresis table fun to disease. A certain French cem me dian cosy be said actually to hav died of his comic voics, Th physicians told him that tbs siertioa of speaking would certainly hasten th climax of hi mal ady; but to th very last he persisted in saying, "I can't Lslp it; you must really let mo go on acting, th popl j ! 1" mora and mors very night," ! And so tbey did, until Manager Ueata j i g ' Avont an Dgagrant which took him a long way from Paris. ' NOVEKDKK 3, 16. A CiiUois rcr. Duxinj a abort -rvwt of Ufa iry twenty-loar hours, th-re ar tires days, with three dis-Utu-tiv bain upon tins aaiiU, a for itutaoe. When it is Friday at one piaoe, it will b Saturday in another, and Sunday still in another. A singu lar AfcatrUoa souk easy say, but kt us ao if tt cannot be proved to be exwrecL Iu tha first place, in order to do that, it will b BtHsaary to ascertain where upon th fac of the earth th day lo gins and where it soda. History teach es that tb Christiaa count of time bo- gan in Palestine, and extended east-1 ward and westward from that point,! with th progress of tha church. The 1 further east the reckoning is carried, the earlier will any puoifitd hoar oume to all who kep that reckoning, and the further wst, the latr." v On examining the map of the world in the light of history, we shall learn as a general fact, that this reckoning of time has traveled as far east as the Marquessas Islands, at which place we may say, each day begins to be known by its distinctive name, and it ends at the extreme western poiat to which American count of time has beeu car ried, which is the Sandwich Islands. And now as the beginning and ending point of the world's clay has been left to the accident of travel, a very singu lar fact has come into existence, viz: That for a few minutes every twenty four hours, there are three days upon the earth at the same time. To furth er illnstra e which, we will say that when it is at the Marquesas Islands, half pout twelve A. M. Bunday accord ing to eastward count of time, it is at the Sandwich Islands eleven and one half o'clock P.M. Fridoy, according to westward count of time, and at the So ciety Islauds (A point between the two) it is Saturday, twelve o'clock and ten minutes, A. M., Sandwich Island time. The difference of time reckoning be tween the two groups of Islands viz: Sandwich aud Marquesas, being about twenty-five hours. P. Notable Dkeams. A writer in the Argoxy, says Dr. McNisn, happening to sleep in damp sheets, dreamed lie was dragged through a stream. Dr. Sy aond witnessed in his sleep what he thought was a prolonged stor vt ibuu der, which he was afterward able to the light of a candle brought suddenly into the dark room where he had fallen asleep. He relates that a person hav ing a blister applied to his head fancied that he was scalped by a party of In dians. I remember, when a boy, of sleeping in a strange house, in an old fashioned room, with an oaken store cupboard over the bed. I dreainpt that I was being murdered; the assassin struck me on the head and I awoke with a sense of pain in that region. Putting my hand to my forehead, I found it sticky with blood ! I felt al most too ill to cry for help; but at length I alarmed the household, and, on procuring a light, it was discovered that some fermented jam had leaked through the bottom of tha cupboard, and fallen upon my head in a small sluggish stream. A few months ago, shortly before going to bed, a friend had been discussing with me the pecul iar instincts of animals, and more par ticularly their sense of the coming on of storms. After this he dreamed he was a Worcestershire short born, graz ing in a pleasant meadow on the Here fordshire side of the Malvern Hills. He bad a number of companions. Signs of a storm appeared in the sky; a misty vapor hung on tha well-known beacon. He remembered distinctly, al' though he was a cow, watching, with a sense of great delight the beauty of the preliminary tokens cf the storm. With tha other cows he quietly strolled to wards tbs shelter of an adjacent tree, and waited till the storm should break He was chewing the cud, and relished tha herbaceous flavor. He distinctly remembered wagging his tail. Yet all the time he had full reasoning faculties and a lively sense of th beauties of the scenery. Tbs Real GehtlemaH. Not he who displays tha latest fashion, dresses in extravagance, with trold rings and chains to display. Not be who talks th loudest, and makes constant use of profane language and vulgar words. Not he who is proud and overbearing who oppresses the poor, and looks with contempt oa bouse of industry. Nor be who cannot control his passions, and humble himself to a child. No; noti of the ar real gentlemen. It J ia t,a who ia Vir.il and i,li!ii'ir,( who ia ! ready to do you a favor with no Lop of reward, who visits th poor and as sists tbos who ar in need; who is more cartful of Lis heart than th drM of bis person ; who is hombl and o eiabl not irascribl or revengeful; who always speaks tb truth without rorting to profan or indacent words, torprise; boar wbn b fwels unequal Such a man is a real genUwnan. wber- to wb n.f4bt "P" . . , , ., , seem wortUcsv But let no ons think ver bs may U found. Rich or poor, i fc, tw &uk hount neTM,lU high or low, b is rnuUad to tb appl- tonchtobe to try wbetbar w ar cur lation. 1 rant cot a or not I TKHMKl I.5 pair Annum. In Aitliora. t 4rf..,a aa.a an ,n r,iiaU'. iaitl the following from a paper pullilcJ many year ago, but it is juat as sppli rli to-dv as wheu first pubhahp.!: If you wish to be always thirsty a drunkard; and the oftcner and more1 you drink th ofumer and more thirsty ) vou wiH b. ! If jeu etk to prtn-ut your friends from raising you in the world be a drunkard, for that of lUslf w.ll dfat all their effort. If you wish to starvs jour family, be a drunkard; fur that will coiisumc all your means, ' If you ar determined to be poor, be a druukard; and you will soou I rag ged and penniless. If you wish to be imposed ukiu by knaves, b a drunkard; for that will mak vourjafcjt OAjf. If you are reotved to kill yourself, be a drunkard; that will be a sure inode of destruction. If you would have no resourc when paxt labor bnt a work -house, be a druuk ard; and you will be unable to provide any. j If you ar determined to expel all comfort from your house, be a drunk ard and you will do it most effectually. Sounows or a Joi'kkauht. If there is one affliction more intolerable than an other to the poor, but honest person who adopts journalism as his profess ion, it is the well-meant incivility of the man who is always after the news, as if the journalist were a nswspspor; or ths rage of a jealous man, who thinks the editor lot his name be spelt wrong in the advertisement which the editor never saw, or the advice, of the judic ious man, who drops in with the best motives to let you know that there is too much base ball in the paper for Sun day school people, or too much Sunday school for bos ball people, or too much politics for commercial people, or too much commercial matter for political people, and so on, endiug with the re quest that the paper shall hereafter be dovoted more exclusively to the discuss ion of theoretical philosophy, or practi cal chemistry, or evangelical pugilism in short, that it shall be made to suit one reader, regardless of the thousand different tastes of others; or tha exas perating rudenoss and lack of sense of the person who outrage your feelings in tb social by affecting to ba afraid to "talk in th. bearing of tha newsp a per man, for fear the silly twaddle will got into the papors." Or th fury of the public spirited man, who thinks you are cowardly bo cause you refuse to libel a man and all his relatives, by blood and marriage, when his dog howls so that your in formant can't sleep. Or the vigoi of the patriotic man, who feels certain that all ths Govern ment officials are f hievos and wants you to say so on your own responsibility. Or the presistence of the writing bore, who has a little article of eight or ten columns to fill up with on the proper orthography of the word pee wee, and who will be your enemy for life if it is not published. On the critical stricture of two and a half million other impracticable people each one of whom know exactly how to edit a newspaper, and who would never put in it anything except matter to suit his own taste and to drive the other two millions four hundred and ninety-nine out of their wits with rage at his asinine stupidity. The Licbt-Hearted People. There ire people who habitually mek tb best of things, not from a sense of du ty, not from a dislike of sympathy, not from a shrinking from pain on their account or for others, but simply from a natural and unconquerable lightness of heart These poop! supply tha ox ygen of tha moral atmosphere, and should be maintained at the public ex pense to keep it sweet and pure. Ev en if instead of being, as they generally are, active and otherwise estimabl members of society, they did nothing but to enjoy life, they .would still b worth cultivating for the sake of tha light and heat which they kindle. Th only difficulty is how to regulat them. They are so irresistabiy compelled to sing songs that, in a world where heavy hearts are unfortunately common, it is difficult always to keep the vinegar and nitre apart It is unreasonabls to as pect any great consideration for th susceptibilities of melancholy from th constitutionally cheerful, bcaus th very fact of their being so implies a certain degre of insensibility, which involve seorretponding amount of ! blindness to other poopls's sensibili ty. A genuinely chesrful person mak tb bust of your troubles beaaos they really do not appear to bira very dis tressing, and it is fur you to decid whether such a view will act on your mind as a tonic or an irritant DaJta Hot ua. To every man tber ar many, many dark hours when b feels inclined to abandon bis Last n- Adai.sn tt fli.SAf'Aa , A cow bought fvr 1J, whit n;lk but pays fr hr keapWi-. aff.mls baas pro tit than ot st $.l!i. that giT dmiWe th amount f m.lk aflWrHod by ths farmer, A strawberry grower in Pi'nnsylvan ia has ooraa to tb eotioblaion that th ground nasally devoted to this frnit is tusd too neb f.f a pmfitabU prx4tti tion of it It eokts no mora to raise on hnnd rod bushels of Baldwins than on hnnd rd biishal of r-idor apples, or tn lar rols ol Verpalisns or Brtltts than th am qasntity of rhnk pasra A "ohfap plow," at !t, costing in on season $3 id repair and f.1 nior iu loat tiui to teams, roan, and by retarding crop, is dArr plow than on at $10 requiring no repairs. Working homos should b stablod during storms and cool, frosty nights. Horses am oftsu larad by running in ths psstnr to keep warm, and frost bitten gross is not very prolific in strength and endurance. M. A. Mi-Muster, of Walworth coun ty, Wis., raised last year sixteen beau tiful apples of Paradise, a aptx-ii of larg Hiborisn crab apple, on a traa only six inrhe high. This rwaiarkable fact is vouched by rttiponsibl partius. In Knlaiid tharw ar isanf fanners who mor that- support thnmawlve aud large familio on th product of six acres, beside j aying larg rnta Ag riculturist in Germany who ar pro prietor of five acres, support them selves on two, aud lay op money ou the product of th remainder. Few ar a war how much it improves the appearance of young or old cattlo to put handsome buttons on thsir boms. They look maob Urgar and finer every way, and for fat cattle which the farmer wishes to sell, they will en chauca the appearance of tha animal a hundred times tha cost It is a bad praotic to loav young cattle and colts to tak thsir chances among older cattle. Tha older cur will get tha boat picking, while they need it th least Tuny will select th best shelter and warmest beds for themselves and leave the little ones to take the chances that are left Much of the butter sent to Constan tinople is mada from tha milk of sheep. Now that wool growing it unprofitable, our sheep men might go into th but ter business. : Tha Commissioner of Agriculture say that if our soil were cultivated one inch deeper $150,000,000 would be add : ed to the wealth of tha country. - Apple trees in Florida ha' the ad vantage of holding their leaves all win ter, like tha evergreen, but it is a draw back that they bear no fruit Hiirrs to Fabmeiw, An scbaugoha the following: Don't buy a piano for your daughter while ycur sons need a plow : Don't let your horse bo sen stand ing much at sh tavern door; it don't look right. ( ,.. Don't give tha merchant a chance to dun you. Prompt pay makes inde pendent men. , Keep good fences, especially line fen- ' ces; they promote good feeling between neighbors. A decent, substantial olothing for i your children, makes them think better i of themselves, and keeps away the doc- tors. , Don't starve your land; if you do you will grow lean. Don't buy patent right to sell again. Don't become security for him who waits for the sheriff. Buy a farm wagon befor a fin car riage. ' If you hava a yoke of oxen don't be ashamed of thern and giv your note for a span of horses Don't run for a constable you may get it, and let the plow stand. Teach your boys to look upwards and forward, never downward or backward. Don't leav to memory what should be written; it makes law suit. When tha labors of tha day ara past, lot good book and newspapers Invite tha youngster to th sitting room. Swtrr Cike. To all lovers f thi excellent and raally healthful beverage , I hav a piece of useful information to giv. Cider, if taken when first made, brought to a boiling hat, and canned, precisely as fruit is canned, will keep from year to yar without any change of taste. Canned up in this way in tha fall, it may be kept half a dozen years or longer, as good as when first mad. It is bettor that th cider be settled and poured off from tb dregs, and when brought to boiling beat tb cum that gatbar on tb surf so taksn apff; but th only precaution necessary to th preservation of th cidsr is tb sealing of it up air-tight when boiling hot lAst ; fall my wif canned asveral gallons of sweat cider in this way, and kpt it : perfectly pur and sweet until opened for us ia th spring, so in making th abov statement, 1 spaak what I know.' f,rthuritm Fanner. ' " 1 A small child being skd by her Sunday school teacher, "What did tb , Iaroal.U do after they bad crossed th lUd Sea Y Mswerad, 'I don't know, ma'am, bat I gu thsy drwid tbem cIvmT A Yanks being asked to deavnb bis wife, aid, 'Why, ir, sb'J mak a regular fast go-ahead steamer, my wife would, sn ha such a wonderful Ulont for blowing Bp.' . ; Ma,' said an affected young lady, bere is a grammatical error in tb bi ble.' Kill it,' xclaimd th hoowit "l'I lady; kill the pky thing; it's what's ben eaua' tb lf and tb book mark!'