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"Dtar ItotliAt, a44 ahi tu kj grva Ttf aatiilAr aai ma AJt, . . . . a; bxat adaaaiuta sIuaMf aiiU Arouiaa Uaat aiiaaSaat ant: ll aaa aut Moiaaa'a buina auii a . la ar. hapi. At k.r aula; ' Altai Caua Aoaja AAgala k'Martti ILara, Wkaa thai Aaaf aWUiar iked!" nraVaar.- "Ai, 1 aaa bar kotsA-if Uiat ba boat, Wk( VaJlA fur TAATt bahwld Bvh AcaOAA of IU u.i Biiaar A. Drar cab ba U)1J; T U Dm Uiat tuaJa tna, till mj jtt Witb tvart uf raft ara dim TUa lusiaurj uf ait tauabar't a for r a Ua.b thruaLiad out luvo fur Aim T itavr.- "0 bruikw I tjoall Uit aiigrr mood I Whan I ranaw bar Ufa, I al.iiA -1 'at but tba aVtukard't eM Sua aaa Iaa draukani't an. Mr Aurruaa cab But .qual bara - Ijka bat I U uicckljr baar; And dai'r, tu oiutlavr't Uud, tot ktm prtMwut tut prayAf." flrutW. " cuiuot pray, and thora it kft Ku ground fur faith or kopa; For k.Aren dladaim to bint lb, band TLat lifts tba daiuniug eu(i. M and uf ll vara aaat aa, ua ta Fur j r.jor lu baa uo olairp, For ba balii lilad oar Utaa with rrtaf, Vtih porrt and abamal Tas paal la dark a fearful cloud I'poa tba fulura baa ; If alill link oar faU to hia, Tbat elood will n.Yr rlaa. ' A drantriiiattaT t1 la nol ol A fatuar at karA Out 0, mj proud spirit wild!; a,'uruA- , . Ita awui-ticradUi tbounbtr ittir. "ttacA I brolhAt, pAttoa 1 tbis aaat But bo, Buck words Btast out b aaud, Buck tumult batst filled tht bsart Of Ibt DOW SAiuU'd deaul 1 0 liat le uia, wbilA I r a past rVkat jroa rtu bc'at iurget; , Ad to auaU owa, a lib aU bit faalla, Ua it our Ulberjet - iast at a aur atotbtr paean A away luto tba tpint-ltud, 1 knrlt, aliilA oa tor bead the laid . . ilai tuad aad treanbliac band; ; 1 Aad deep alUuit n j baart u ant Kawk Aur J alia HUAted Hiao, Aa aaatsDoe oa tba solid rock . , It giavAd wilb troa pen I With fetlil roiw, and luir.rim lip, She efitke of jesrt gvu b,, Of tar!; luvc, and Jut, tad jeac,-. Her Biuruiag's oiuuuUeaA ek. . . And aa aba pacutraa bua aba UttA kUJe kar A happy tnda, Cpm bar faded cbrrk aruM a The AoAb af woaiau't pride I 1 Bbs ajrnke of afler jeart of bliaa. Of libaa wiOfout ailoy i Aad lotig ahe Await apua tba Idaa Ala laara tie tWaMitf ouyi Aad IrrAatilly aba prayed thai ill Tbat Kit si(ht be retarriAd, Tbtt t'r ttit ftther. by bit tun, In dr'fl tour be tl'triiedl ' TbrcKfh fo.lowirj yart of fei asd wot, ' Her tbcnghU aetneit ot ajra; ' And ttVauy abowad bu bearuiy Tte Ometaaa aanld toraiasl Ho twataory af euttntlrta wroti(i . . Jjuxbad bar pAaatrul braalhi Tka AraaF-bat arananred not in Ufa, 8piia tw repruacA ia daaik. Sal, paaaiAC ail kerJeurrewA by, ta aat fargeHfaiDAaa, At ikroufk bar ba, ia aWla aba aokl Hat faiuily lu bleat; AaA with tbat bopa mhkh tear dwalla U wxnuaci't trwAUtu kaart, Kae Btade eaek dead of fulatre HI " ' ready to aVjart. Hr Bruit faith., with tya audi prat . Oar (avUar Aoald kaaold, ; . taaawad-to W AA-a aa, ,. " 'r All Uaat ha was of aad; . Aad, with auattAab Yly aha ased Fpoa tha etaaaa fair, Of bbaa br child raa ahoaid pariAAa, la aitiaa aha aiaat aiA ahare. T aaa Ibea, with aeepaal aaadarBiiaa, A auaaaaa casraa AAA f aaa, . That I ahi-aal aa ar aVc(t riaana; Car Aatnl yaaarbAal at aaea, Xut ti i aa aiy daily prayer tut him - Howe at by as 4-aia4 The kBAbasd of kar daathlaat loas-.' The fathat af her child . 0 how the loaet of thai aeaat eoaea , Heat IbrCuit tAroah tJ AoatU. Aad aac Aaeh abard af arapatky. Hllli aaraaUAiAid Aaa trial . 1 paxaauaaaVaad bar casta. haad Grew haawy m mt bead Ba Aj Ml bure aty aow te fKd ' Abd I WM 1Vh Iba dead r -laat ttwtar, e aruf lava taia Thai aat ta UeaaaA't f tie 1 Oer fnhar yet aJe be radiaaatd . .Ua Aar At 1. kata tad wsat H.l feral. Aa 15 Ark J r rarA, ad aray, Aaaaa ah At ititaad And, Fat aoaa. Aad ta.uh, Aud haiA Laa aarw T'Aaa traet aar atatatrt Oudr MiXCHESTEH, JfAAAiara aVata Awtii. KclUa Cr!; ie. a lot! UtC nU of Uu a&niBtata, aaf faoa aa itaalaj an lb. aiiUi Jia:r)g firc.jact wlifh br Cliiaj ttU brtwa LaJ rvootitaJ. eatut bounj Utg tabu li drawicg rootu tbat bar faxetiU AiUtng, on oold aiwr- ujU ta aisUr. aujormg ihm Arm ad liiravaiU tu, valla lUa aturm lioarlad, tuii tba afiow (oil Uack Atid fat . lo ot. U Fat kar, girt mt I dollar, pleMtv. Whj, pert, wbht do joa Aot with I dollar IlATA Jutt brokan lour UoU bock, Aad wAttt a m aoa t No, iaj', it Ain't for tbht; plctvM do .ut atk tut wbht it ia lot, but kit it te ia; coiba, al'a a tiaar, good papa. No, no, tbat would not ba prop: joa at not old enough yat tt ! uiooa to pend for aaytbiug yoo ba Uka A taOCA lo. Cot it ia lor a gwl porjxe, pp, parataUd Iba child. Tell tour caiia wbAt yon wiab to do witb it, Kallia, And lt bitu jitdya Uitu proper, aaid lb nothrr. And will you giva it to me, papA, if I tall you f If it ia proper, I will, certainly, my clild. Wall, tbaiw it a pocr littla boy At tb door who ba got no bat or coAt, ud bia abotta Ara ail torn, tad b bA bad nolbing to at to-day. Humph! OuAof tboa b-gg arty r ag mufllua, aaid tb rich niao. No, my child, it would hot only btj WAAting tb money but upholding them in thair idl:UeH. I cannot give it to you for iLut purpose. But, paph, be ia ao cold And hungry, pletvdod the little on. Than let bitn go to work' replied Mr. CArlyle. But L ia ao little; why. be ain't Any biggar than I Am; Aud b aaya be can't ret Any work to da Sity no mora alioat it, Baid the ftb er, atemlj; ' be is undoubtedly one of tbone who lira by bugging, auU 1 can not AAuction aucb A thing by Aiding him. A ihade of AAdneiSfl paaaod over Mra, Carlvlo'a face, but aba knew that if dar ling Nellie could not aoften her father a heart, it wae ueek-aa for her to try, The child laid no more, but aa the turned Aud WAlked Away slowly toward the door, tbe big teAin glieteued in Ler er- ' " I'oor child, said MrA CArlyle, After Nellie bad gone, abe tut ber heart upon Aiding tbe boy, and it grieve ber to be denied. - ' But it ia cot right io indulge persom in idleneaa, replied he. '' 1 as a . a I know it ia not in All CAae. but he may be really needy And Buffering; And it ia bo bard to refuae her, ber plead ing woioe reminda me ao much of poor Charlie. He waa bat eight years old wbua w lost him, and ie but twelve now if be i Alive; And who knowt, hue baud, but be any be even sow Buffer ing for the uatwariet of life a tbia poor boy ie; and we live ao far from where we did iben, it would be hArd for him to Hud bit wy home if be is alive. No, Agnee, Charlie ia long since dead, or w should bare benrd of him before now.' ', The molLtsr said no more, but the deep drawn sigh showed that the wound made four years ago waa still freeh. ' Wben Nellie left tbe drawing-room she returned asdly to tbe door and told tbe little uiaodicant that ber faUier would not give ber anything for him. Tears sprang into tba eyes of tbe ahi- ering boy, and be ,sa turning aadly away, wtmn a Bnrtpy tnougni etrucK Nellie. ' '' - : ' Oli, wait a minulo LtUo boy, jut one minute t the cried, and darted away to br own room. Opening ber box ot treannres, she took therefrom a bright gold dollar, and after looking at it fondly for a mo ment, slipped it into ber pocket. , Aunt Fanuy won't care, Aatd the, when Abe knows wbst I did with it, for sb ia real gttod to poor folka She teit ran to tbe kitchen And toon rr turned to tbe door with her bands filled wiih victQAls, which tbe boy da Vuurad as tbougtl half uuulii. I ant to aorry, said ate, tbat I have not got a pair of above for you, but mine ara to blUe you couldn't weavr 'ba. Here ia a dollar. And it it ail mine, atvd I will give it to yon to get you aboee or Borne more food. ' Tbe boy thanked lb warm-be Arted child Aad turned Away. Soon Afur Nellie re-e&twed tbt drAanng-rooai, looking Hucb bAppter. Tba tuotbax waa thinking of ber lout I child and could not U!k; tbe father did not wish to rtuttr tbe conversation, aad Neihe aaid aoUaing. . Tbe next morning, aa tbe rich to, Miafiad aa iia, opart, ad tba door of bia mattatoa to go to bia of&oe, a baap of aouiatbing. over which tbe winter's blatrt bad cast a snowy sbat, AUiaCted bia eye. lie atooped, and with bit gloved band Uuaiied lb aaow away. MtwctfoJ lieatant La ertrxl, atartiBg bAek la horror, it it a dead child. The eltAit-Auoc Lrotght Lit wit lo , UaS daXW. MORNrXfl 11 1 T hat ta it, Laakt ? AAtd Bbav It m a fluid, and I fntvr be la frotra. Mr. Car! le fo't A faiuluaal crwep ov er br. HaAven forgivw os I tbe eieUimed, it ia the on wa refusod lo aid last vt nuig. Bring btta into liaa kail; tkre may yet b life, and perbap Uneven wi'.l tbow mor mercy to ut than w did to to pour w aif, ad Wi not tba ta of tuorder It Aftdutt n Tbr im t yeArning fond coat in Lr voict And look a aU rsJaad into lb glzed And pinched, famiabed face of tb child, but sb read' nothing there bat the tale of ptuvataoa and u(- fering. ' ' Thar wa a look cf innoceuee on the fao that told bow b bad uffrd ve- ry thing, even to death, rather than step from tbe path of virtue which a fond mother, perhaps, abo might b at tbia moment watching for her loved one's return, bad marked out for bit infant lout. , .., ti Poor child, said Mr. Carljla, Htv en grant tbat our lost darling may not suffer aa tboa bast done. A the stiffened form waa carefully borne in aud laid upon a ofa, Nellie came ia. - ' Ob, mtmmA, she triad, what it tbtt ? It it a froxen child, pet. Nellie reverently drew near and look ed into tbe little stranger ' faca, and exclaimed: Oh. papa, it 'a tb one who cam here last eight; and when I told bini voq hadn't anything, be cried, and I ran and brwed tlie oook to inv m tome oold victual for him, aud ibea I took my gold dollar that Aunt Fanny gav ut, aud gav it to him. ' - Naither parent replied, for they could not centure tbeir child for aa act of charily witb tbat cniiled form before them, but the mother drew ber fondly to ber heart. , . Do you aee any algna of life f laid the, aa ber husband still bent over the child. ' ,.Nom whatever. But your baud over bia heart ! ; Tbe rich man opened tb tattered vest of the bgiar child, and laid bia baud ou the sbruken obest, - ' Tbauk lleaveu there wa still a faiul flu tier there, and though it waa scarce ly perceptible, it showed that life bad nol entirely tied, and a aervAnt wa dis patched wiili all speed for a plisician. At Mr. Carlyle laid hie bend over tb child't heart be felt aometbing under BAAtb tb soiled linen which felt like I locket, and Kntly disenKBtmiii' it, h bauded it to bit wife, laying: .' It must indeed have been a treasure to bim to b preserved through so mncb suffering. ' ,! ' t 8b touched tb spring And it flew open, revealing tbe form of a child ap parently aix or aeven years old; but tbe features were bidden by a single gold dollar which lay directly over tbe face. As she moved tbe coin sway And cast a look at tbe lovely feature her brain reeled, and with an exclamation of Heaven pity os, it is Charlie I she sank to tbe floor in a deatb-lik swoon. In a few moment tb physician ar rived and addretteed himself tu the task of resuscitation. Tbe mother soon revived, and father, mother and physician bent over tbe little one; doing til tbat love And skill could suggest , , Slowly tb tide of life began to ebb back, but be bad bi'en to near tbe crys tal gatea to admit of a speedy recovery, and weeks must elapa ere the roses' of youth would again blossom upon those sunken cheeks; but ba waa at last wall again, and thank Heaven, b wa tb ame innocent Charlie as of old. Tbe leseon of charity was never for gotten by tbe parent, .-; .. The ininatur which had been instru mental ia giving them back their lost darling, with Nellie's gift remaining abere be plaoed it, waa kept among tbe moat cherished of their booaehold Ueaaurea, and ervd aa a talisman to inoit them to deed uf charity and love. Ned Sawyer a pr actio a joker- sell er of dry goods And a Wler' of hi aa tjnwctaiKav and mDy were tbe tricks t played off on bia frienda, few of which tbey war Aide to py bAck. Among bis neighbor a waa a shrewd Taokaa Jim Fiaher who bad ba-en old a number of time by Ned, and be vowed revenge. On day, tout year sine, aa Jiat wt sitting ia the parlor of tb City Hotel, b asw Ned deposit bit wifa in lb Chela aa omniboa, and bidding her good morning, returned to bis store. Jim inruDed from tb chair, and rub- Ung tiut band aa tnoogn a brtgnt td bad atmck bim, said : 1 Tve got yon now, old tallow Jim watched lb etatr start with it preetoo burden, and in fiftn minnt was wanding bit wty Bp WAabington , street Seeing Ned standing a tb door of bit trior. b harried along, Looking a tvaiaouA aa poaeubi. 'UalUa, aim, bold on,' said Ked, a ki fnand a; pearad abot It) paae, 'wbal's tb burry f "Can't atop,' aaid 3m, LervooAly. j T., Tl'HSDAY XOVK.MBKU Ifi, IS69. I 1 1 ! 1 iiiwaawawawwaaaaaaa Why r 'I'm going to Cnfl J.w'a Tba CI. ri tes omnibus ba ma vS Ciaaa-kaatowa biatiaTw. aad bis dsstgbtor was on board.' making a if b mutt Iki c 2H Cba)lsea omnibus off tb bridge I' aattl Nwd. " " 'la. I AW if 'Ileaveual my wJa wa oa board 1' aid Kwd. Inraing pal. 'Indeed, Fm aorry said Jim, 'tut ex cuse we,' and be alartvd up the street at a rapid paoe. Ned jutiieJ for bia bat, and tb next miuut wa running ia tu dirwcUuo of lb bridg aa fast at bi propwliar ould carry liinv Buffing Uk a porpoia b reached tb bridg, and hotioiDg a group of men garing into tha water, be hurried to tU plAaVBv- 'Where did the omnibua run off cried Nod, trying to conceal hi auxie- "ATiat omnibqsT' 'I was told lbs Chelsea omnibua just run off the bridge,' reiJied Ned. Tb men alaiad a nxiaut, and then on of them said, smilingr "It just passed. And uiuat Le gotta off tbt end,' pointing towards Cbsrlee town. .., ; ' ' A slight titter SAtiaiied Ned thai , be had been 'sold,' and reeking with per spiration' be &)de bi way btvck to tbe store, wbere b found Jtta comfortably seated perusing to niorning papar. Ned began to iwear, and waa getting into a passion, wben Jim rticaiked; 'I admire your affacliou for your wifct; And be aur I shall report to , ber tbe anxiety shown by br loving lord for ber welfare.' Tbe joke wa soon known in tbe neighborhood, aud Ned was bored to ucb an extent aa to effectually cur bim of bis joking proponsitiu. " tatj .v cmrrtK. Taking into Account tbe habit of the people, tee and coffee for supper snd breakfast add to bnmua health and life, if a siugle cup csn be taken At either meal, and It never Increased in strength, frequency or quantity. If tbey ' were mere stimulants, and were taken thus in moderation and uniformity, tbey would, iu time, become either inert, or tbe system wosld become so habituated to tueir employment aa to remain in the same relativ position to them, as if tbey bad sever been used, snd con sequently, as to tbemaelvea, tbey bad better never have been used, aa tbey ar ao liable to abuse. ' But science and fact unite in declaring them to b nu tritious aa wall at stimulant; hence they do a new good to tbe system eve ry day, to tbe end of life, just aa brsad and fruits do; hence w never get tired of either. But tbe use of bread and fruit is daily abused by multitudes, and dyspepsia and cholera morbus re sult; yet we ought not to forego tbeir employment on tbet account, nor should w forego the use of tea and coffee bee a use their iuordiust use gtv neuralgia and other ailment. But tb habitual use of toa aud cof fee at the last and first meal of tba day, ba another high advantage is productive of incalculable good ia tb way of perverting evils. We will drink at our meals, and if we do not drink these, we will drink what is worse cold water, milk, or al coholic mixtures. Tbe regular use of these last will lead tbe young to drunk enneas; tbe considerable employment of simple milk, at meals, by sedentary penplevby all except the rcbutt will either constipate, or render bilious; wbil oold water, largely used, that is, to tb extent of a g laas or two at a meal, especially in cold weather, at tract to lUalf to much of tb best of tba system, in rsiaing said water to tb temperature of tba body about on hundred degrees that tbo process of digestion i Arrested ; iu tbe meanwhile giving rise to a deathly ticknesa of tbe etotnauu, to twisting pains, to vomit ings, purging, and even to era in pa, to fearful contortion, and sodden death; which thing would bai been availed, bad vo tb tains amount of liquid, in th bap of sim pi faot water been ns d. But any one knowing the tbiegs, and being prejudiced against tb us of Ua and coffee, would subject himself to be mot unpleasantly stared at, and questioned if not hdiouled, ware b to ask for a cup or glaaa of hot water. But a tea and toffee are now univers al Utvarages, are on ev,ry table, and cvarybody i expected to tak eta or tb other a a matter of course, they ar na wittingly tb mesns of safely and Ufa lo mulUludam. . Thaj SAfaUat where a giant of water would bar destroyed it. Ho tbat lb ua of tbeae Wverage is not merely allowable, it is politic, it ia a neceAaiiy-IIaal' JourbAl of Ilea. Ik fathsv.' asked a fitt. tbreo-year-old Lave ether day, at disbar, tJ bat pa pa 'what is it that tuske tb light ning F 'You eaat nnderstand it now,' wa tb answer; TU tell too wben yon get a iittl older,' and tb father went to bi avocation. Ia tb evening b re turned, and tb young hopeful climb ing apon bi knaa, atuj to bim, 'I'apa, I know wiiat make tb lightning It is God acratcbtng match against tb sky!' VOLUME IX. AaaV AWeV JSA.V."a I V WaJT f J--. A IrtUr dated st "I, aat Chan ft Gulob." Helena, Moataaa Tarniorj, written by a genlletaan of Brooklyn to bis family, gives pleasant off-bar J tkrtch of Itf arid taanaart its that re guv. Tb write ya: Let ni a giv you mj imptawaiene re garding tbe various pbaatHi of Montana erAriety. To begin witb, all lat arriv als ar dniilMHl ty tb mounuuaeers ''pilgriiua.' At t'ort Denton, tb bead of aliewouri river t,aviv'alun. the it grim first smells uiouutaia air, aad uu til be gela wail out of town be enuffs avountaia whiskey. Tbs town of Ben ton consists of one street of hou. all in ou row. and nearly all occupied at Janoa-houae or whiskey shops. Tb quiet waurt of lu aiiaaourt flow on tb other side. Uf oouraa, a (aw hours raasUano ia tbat place wa enough for me' and I took couvsvaucc for Helen t a soon at poaBiulw. I wanted romtuiow aatl I got it I got it in th daytimo, in the tbspe of dust in my eyes, ears, nose and mouth; aud I got it at nig lit be tweea a pair of blankets, iu tbe eriAp of rain. .,' , a; tirtt Helena dirt not mske a very favorable ituprtsion opou mo. Tbe stret'U were full of. loafeva, gamblers, And fellowa belorgiug to another spe ciea, grown on these mountains ouly, and called "Self risers," wttoeo distin guished trails ar capacity (or bat. whiskey and ability to live on one meal of buffalo mesl and bread a week. Each alternate bouse is a whiskey shop, a hurdy-gurdy, a faro bank, or ksuo roll, with an occasional Jew clothing store interspersed among them. Rettanrant with fauctful names such a "Kan-Kan," "lily ua," "Magno lia, akc, are alto plentiful Spauieb "ban-whackera" ar almost daily visi ble in tbe streets, yelling Mexican oaths at th same time taking ' out tofts ' of hair from tbe bAcka of the leaders with a twenty foot whip. Chinamen, as they past along, shriek out their doleful notes; and an auctioneer i frequently beard wanting some ou to "Go the fire on ill Give bim tbe fire on itl" A civilized being dropped down ia He lena without goiug through tbe process of making tba journey, would surely imagine himself iu Bedlam. Montana is going through her hard est trial this aeason. Water ia an ab solute neeesxity with miner, aud tbe whole territory is suffering for tbe want of it. Only a few camps bav a run of water, and it , costs immensely wben they get it Thoughtful men appre hend a hard time for Helena through tbe coming winter months, and I shall not wonder if we have starvation, bread riots, or something of the kind on our bands. One thing which impresses me more than anything else here is tb vain til recklessness that runs tbrongb every thing, from a business transuclion to a eommon-plaoe remark. Usurers bsve lent money on collateral at rates as high ss ten per cent a mouth. Iu con versation ike usual mode of AAsenting to Any proposition ia: "You Wt your lifs," or "I'll go my bottom dollar on if Gambling-bells, keno bouses, hurdy gurdies ar licensed ooncene here, and the faro dealers are among the richest men in town. IUt. Ma NtAnr's DoirrsTJO Eipeim- isci. Wben torn from my peeccful home to fit our friends uv tb South, I bad a wife which I loved. ' Life wae a peaceful streem, and we fluted peaceful ly along. She took ia wasbiu, and i talked poiitice at a neighboring groce ry, inveetin the proceeds or ber labor iu tb susttnance afforded at lb bar. Wiieo I returned wat met met The killin ov men ont rite wuz not the most heart-rending incidents of that tVatri auiie struggl. It wua tb stearin a domesti lie tb tearin down uv do mestic altats, aud tbe separatin uv fam ilies. When I returned I wus coldly met. Lootzer Jam wnz wasiiin a yu sual, ouly Lardar than ter, and I no tiat the obildrea had new froeke and shoes. The first afternoon I wus at bourn I askt ber in my old buniler way for a dollar and a half, ex I wanted to go down tbe street Thai's plsyedl" she remark t , , , 'HAven't yoa got it T I askt 'I bv,' b replied, 'and I propose to keep it I diskiver&d aulhiu tine yoo bav Lean gone. I bev fouad tbat it' ttaay esuff to upxirt myaelf and tbe children wasbin at a dollar a duxzen, but add to tbat a skulkin msn, with a boa like yoors, and it's larder than I keer. Thia bouts is mm yoo kin va cate.' And ab calmly rung out a abirt s tbo what b aed wus conimoa p! remark instead ov a prakticsj divora. I left bur. A feendah abliabntst bad pat this fla in to bur Lead, And tb bad aotid oa it bine tbat lim I bev wended my way alone, subtittin ty sbano. Ablisbniam owa ni tb botu I ktid. Ablaabnisia owe a tlva Ukkar I on git to bv k sd, out a v wat tbat wo man bet earned sinse that cruel day O, wat a fearful de-bt to pay. Bev. Betroleam V. Naaby. A CYvwTBf Caota Tb atagtag tf a (VHiDlry clor le Ui4s iaa.t,laal in a Voltim CaAiiAvt ll.tawavspoa. Of FtVw-atld- Twaif Yar Agtt! "A I 1a4 at AwaIs kaaUarv aotbtng swawlar or parw, mt taoew 4wltrrwaa to aiwit la aowl, ran V tfoittd tkaa tbe nntffaK-led anv-iag of a oaatry rbot. Tawvrw as ao tittt aetABtiHa faaa aad pr faatiaiuai rwJavw ariol it. And Ik a tiodMs tea, out o fat and aae- MWAlirH) aBob by llaalf, ft- ing Add falling ia its nadaivcaa Ua tb tUadj awAiioJ ia aval I kaow bt Uaiag tat Ur, for utyaoif, Bjof tra or btarty. Tbr aland tb choral row, Bal and feaaalav, kaad raal aava aaoulbs wtd opaw, lasting Out aonls nj VOtcaB ttgtbtr; tbe Iddle aquaakiog wttk ei ciUtnaut to get the Wl, aad tbo kard working (bwanat ar, with enlok y tbrwwu to on tid and lb otber ao tually singing dowa tb akobtl it to tb melody itawlf o si tap) ' se J di rrt o plintiv, so tUrring, fllU'ng tb bout a with a flood troai tW Urwil ing, aad driitiag out tbrottgb tk pa door and window into ' tb acboing street it is euough U uot lb aot worldly baart tbat ovar artad to mint tUelf luto mtmey. One bardly 'think be catches uch sarapbi strauaa tagain, tbougb ba frm ail ta way trora ' New Koglaad to Ibrme. 1 AojOliW journal ointvdly I atu Ark tbat 'arerj rwrd of WiVKl given to tb poor will be much fuel e4 from use iu tbe neitwurbl , . , ' A littl Baffalo girl wants to laow If HoA ar whit becaas W aacl told bar tbai 'Alary aad a- bill Umb with float as whit a snow,' , . A littl boy out west a stkd if be knew where liar want, and aaawr d ywtby wat to New York to writ for tb paiwra. 1 ' M ' h " 4 i Aa sui lions ra aw ally dvrtid for sal a large quantity of , oil , paint ing 'by eons of tb ancieat anaatar of tb day. - - - n' ' - ' ! . ...... i ,. a , i ait , iSoiu of tb Iiliaoi furtner ar marrying tb dumb fern!1 from' tb Jacks nviila aailutm, aod tbey deelar tbsy mak damb good wivA. Dr. Style of Brook loa aayi that much of th excrement of borsei " and othnr animals is ground into, dust, which gets into lb an, and lhan in to our food and drink. " To keep eider wt lor winter as tak of grated bora radish root one quart, and on box of ground muilard to a Urrttl of cider, putting it ia im me diately after making. This has kept cider sweet from November to April. r It it tbe best of aU tb reoip. , It appears thai wben tb French fleet visited Hpitkead, Juiigland, tb Ad miral ia command of the English flint signalled to all tbe officers of tb squad ron who could speak JTraaek to aooom pany tb pilot r board tbe Trench vessels. But one officer aaiYered the signal. . ,', ., : v A tmart old lady at Portland a few dajt ago waa seen on a ra Iroad track a abort distanc befov a train. Tb engineer whistled and rang tb bell, but to no purpose. , Sb oontidud to walk oa until sb wa unceremoniously seated on tbe cowcatcher. Wbea tb train completely stopped sb alighted and vary pleassntly id to tb engi neer, 'I beard your whistle,' but tbo't it wa from a tug boat I am mark obliged to you for alopping.' " Tb citie of Minneapolis and St, Anthony, in Minnaeota, Ar tbrtned witb a serious and most s mating ca lamity nothing less tbaa tb disap pearance of tb Fall of Bt Anthony from tb Mississippi river. It appoer that in excavating a tunnal for a mili rac oa Uuapin Island, a vast cav ern, exterj'Jing under aud below tb Falls, aat panetrated. Tbe atresia ba bioken into tb cavern, aad tb wbol brxly of tb rivr three Uos, for tb fa turs to run under, iust4 of over, tb rocks which create tb fall. Boob a performaac by tb ccentri 'father t( rivers, would utterly ruin tb two etlia whoa prosperity dpnd apoa tb x tensive water power wbteb tbe Fall ut St Anthony bav berstofor furnished. A thousand men ar At work Bight aad day trying to atop ap tb entrance to tb snbtrranean sluice-way, tat tb amaxiug furo uf lb walr ia twud to defy all tbsir ffort. - . Tier wa a msn wbo lived ia Cam county, Georgia, tuany years ago, who bad one been ia tb stV lgklvttua, and never a.egletd aa apportenily to eupbasise) tb fact. - lie wae a aeepttft as to ntw utscoverits and tb new set-' anona, iwtng perlUi alaalad Uiai it . tb world should lara over, all lb wa ter would spill oat bU wall, and on-'y gav i to AtsAia cats by alow . &nm. Bat aU tb vial of bt eontaaipt wer ponrd out upou tb ida of a tele-' graph, and b wa wont to say that no. body ne-ed try to eom tb gTaan' over bim that way, tor be bad bean ia tb b-gvalAtur. Finally tb tatf ruad waa built; And one day wockisw bwjgaa to put np Ulagraph poaU rlglt It tWit of bit bouaa, aad to stretch , tb nr. iL(u!taUit bwighbor tbfragbt tby bad bim oa tbat oeoauuun, aad askwd: 'Wall, old fellow, what do yoa tbtnk id tb Ulagtapb ao Y ii waa eortver- -d tot did gam. Drawing Limlf ap an inch taller, L said; KiientiiAtbatn, . wbara I waa ia tb fegialatar I gtw tbis subject my atUctiv otblratioa f and X said tLsa a I aay now, tbat it may do tor leUars aad awn all bandi, but it never will tak a ootloB " ba! 4 asvsr V