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') fl J -ii " t !.i n, i I- ti, I l.i! ; !.! t I-.'.. ti.: a !:' sr f i !'ii ,:.j initi in futy tri.i! on, iw tii, lot rfj t'r ! i ti,.l-Hj (!. l-'JiK'i'K .'". iiii.l in ulmji ! fr biifc; .,.) bit j- a. it a t !, Jll !!(. ffrdijl U .n. i ! ' A. H. .lit, turn irrtrim f.v it. IT W !. I.I I I I II I I r.n't ih il. Will; .'",o dmi't! I Hill Mill" I HIT lnlUHl! Will IlK'k jilnt an II1CJ if farniK()il lw emficifly. We inuttt not be c!rv!,;';oit at fiiht, yuu know. An I .H'tty hiliti llattiu Lewix Aiuilt-d at t!m t;!iMii.V fiiCf cf Will Hilhoill. I .lou t tlniik it would hi; i xtruviiftut Kuitiu. Tli uj.hoUUr allien to give me a )(r to yixy hiiu in, nud I mu coio fulfill wc:iil 'ny ai.id U-n ilulla'H a win k, for a y-r, out of the twenty 6ve I earn. J hojHf we can, Will. Vi-t how much btUr to huve the inouiy to hvp, wilh an olijict ui view, tbitu to ktfp paying it away for whitt wo are uniiig! Oh, Will, plmtiti don't hit 11 run ia d,bt to coiniiifiicu with 1 Inilntnl, I rather hire it fourth floor n Sixth avtmif, mid buy our hoiiHtktii )ing Bilii'li'n ore .vt ut a liiiif, limn obtain even a long credit fur it. Her em M'wl, woinitnly cyis were all a'iylit with thu correct prinoiple ho d vociited; I u Will Hathorn did not nct-iil to itgrt'd wilh his iirililiuit little afliunccd. See here, loiw, HaMiej look t this plt'iiHiint pin lor, the I5runelii cnrpet.the green i pn fin niliire, the inarhle top la Ilea, the piano. How can yon bear to leave your home, and content yourself with the commoner one we were plau niiig ? I will be perfectly content, Will. 1 know you are a poor man, and if I were not w illing to begin at the hint round of the ladder with you willing to ac company you up I certainly would never have couaunted to marry yon. Oh, (li ttlest Will, don't let us begin at the top, where our parents left off; for it we do we'll tmrcly full to the bottom. Will Hal horn laughed at Huttie's t'linicHliu hb und flushed chetk.i. You're going to bo a model little hontii) keeper, darling, and I don't think I could find a better banket for my for tune. Hut, bei'iouidy, pet, I am strong ly incline. 1 to get the carpet for the parlor, and the fculte. It will look so nice, Haftie, itiid then you needn't feel anhained when jour caller come. I tlmll fi t! prouder, too, for a ntyliwh looking parlor. If it waa really our own I would be aa pleaxed an youraelf, Will. But it will not be, bo long as we owe a penny on it. Arid then, just wippose some thing should occur to prevent our keep ing our word ? Nothing can happen, little Prudence. My wages wilt increase rather than de creBHe; so that if bo both live, we will meet our engagements, Hut if you should d'e, Will? Oh, you diurnal little darling, do yon suppose I am going to die ? 1'ut, such an awful catiottroploi taking place, you ran return (hx goodn, and come back home. llattie limited and sighed. You are o intent looking on the blight diiht. that thete ia no uxu trying Ui convince you. Can't I coax you, Will to wait at leusf. ibrea montha to see how we get along ? She laid her hand ou his hhouldurs, and Itokid LewitcLingly in his eyes. Oh, you temptress! stop your wiles, at once; for, of all things, I can leant ktand a woman's p rtninMomt. Come, get your hat and aim I, and kt us take alwa!k. One nu nth from (hat ui.lit win. ed the wedding of Will lltithorn and Hsillie Iwia Will ) tall, ftalaart fellow, Ijom' rug nihil gray eye had won th prrltyhtt'f H iltie't heart loritf a,.'o. f heir iigagt'i)nl had U-en 'f a i ,., . i iniiiioii lover had worked fnr!r and ! I . .1.1 . . . . itte, tiifn fwurtrig in me list K aet- " " K "".lit I a eje, r- ( fi t-ttd l.i 'f in fulitiaiy rnjmri nn-iiU i hi unud that there would coma a wiud jli. tii..U!..l.: Wi'i iiji-'Iid Hitttie fall. 1'eihapit hu abould make aome I should not iio hi r tit uik- . ! money otita.de, aome way; L hardly j Tbcy bad jnct retorts! fnni f,n t-' knew ho a-, he cOtifeHM-iL Dot now af- ;ntj.;ht'a tour to WiiiditLgtiin,1 and en a ( ter Jrcsmmg away the wotking time, ,l.;ttry, rainy rven.'ng iu fetly iatr, ; hu awoke to find hiiuarif iaold be j tnk forma! p. .fu-. ion (if (heir ehgant Joud the moat aanguiue booo of relief, . Lvu... j l'our Will ! he buttoned hi overcoat j The ltn. a trightSy lighted, and ,tlat chilly aprir.g evening and went the tea-tahW njirrayJ by Ht:i' th aa't-' down to ilowKd A Walnut'; but ail : fu! toother; Li! father Iewi had lii.lV.! a g'ii.'i Sr iu the ptt lor grtt, in tuc d;biig f "om oiient!, and lL ft til a beautiful iclure pf bow j MANVHKSTKK, VTM 'br b.t IU tat oajW w gr..fU:!y fi!J b Hem bow; j ifmnilj tt k rrj U.g,t r!o. Ae- A Niw I t r.m IViatow-A fiT.-n Ubry PbUr.J !B-f lb dJ ! future. t,l lUtu.l d.UM cJ Lr curJieg to officiU ccuUUuim. iun -"'-' H-nW nt-w im.4 of Vr )ecil4 eol U wwiWta rmin after! ju,t Sru-f,ptvlb'.y ii':nUoo, tlm.cg. Uith . wtfe dJ tlruc or fuar thiMrvn j rf'"t: ( "'P f l" r!-r mlir.s, .-.l ik. f...t,i Aw,, !. tL!a iLroiiL'h Li.traMbfl:kJ hum ran rronao f.-oj enongb f,r U t n which c.i.it ij nsiiiK potato in lu-u iri'tnram,: trmtW-ml W.ll t v.. j tu U . j annual exnMt of X12, if be m the iU.uii with aoJ d.i.gU A cvrv room n4 a dajotj rqat j oviuce of Trussia; iu 1W it wotiU j TUm, lttl, Mm Halhoro. Icou J whm a-aitiug biu; n4 Hattie, in a ; take more than AoMo the amount wbi! ) to w, Uma ! Au4, fit cf all, Ml it, prettv drt- of LUck. with bright blue j in Tomi-rania it may be done f-r a lit !J..,Ll.lvTi,uroi.1tiioor irtbburm ath. rfair throat and ia her tie lews that in, A. 11 lo (iz Ni-iirod.'. I A fiiiitli'iif nuuiKit ili-lijlil mantled j theyouug wife a face, j l"erf,rt more than perfect ! The car jpi tatiit eiactly; tLe jiicture are ne jlcted and hnng bitter than auy one ieUe would have ever dreamed of. The j i furniture is spiurdid. Ob, Will, I dou.t , i litinerve all thi! j i I'oll I ileaervti uj ion lone tinning. you! Wliy, lh.it ry minute I w saving lo tnaelf, it is not half good enough for her. SiiKpicioua little tear-drops glittered ou lUl tie's Untie, but sh wasn't g.iug to let Will ae een happy tears on their first evening home. Cuoit now, Will show me the bed rooms and tlm dining-room. She tieatled hr baud in his arm and, they went over the house Haltie ' ad miration being unbounded. And now, husband, while we eat our first supper don't it taste good off our own ilihhes, and on our own table, in otir o n houe you must tell ni how ever jou coutrived to make your board ed six hundred dollar purchased so many elegant things ? She was pouring his ejiocahit as she spoke,"" 'consequently did not aee the fluidi that reddened his face. You hltle innocent! lo you for a moment dream our furniture only cost six hundred rollars? He strove to apeak indifferently ,even lnj fully; but the sudden pained grav ity in Hattit'a face tua lebiro regret.for the first time, his imprudent tranaau tions. Will, you haven't bought those arti cles on credit ? Oh, the lout confidence in that calm, yet eager question ! it cnt to the quick. Why not, dear? I could not have had your home in readiness under three mouths, at soonest, had I waited until I paid for them. As it is, I have three months, time; wo can easily save tb"e amount by then. He spoke sanguiuely, be was of a bright hopeful disposition, and laughed rcioss the table to it. How much ia it wo buvo to pajr, Will f Only four hundred dollars. Somehow the sum sounded a great deal larger, as he told it to his wife, than it had when hehad been repealing it to himself; and Hilt tie' reply, simple as it was, did not tend to encourage him in the least Why, Will ! There was a world of emotion in those two words, and when "NVill inter preted them to wean a wounded confi -dunce, unavailing regret, and honest sorrow, he was not wrong. Hattie nipped her chocolate iu a dreamy, troubled way; while Will lean ed buck in his chair, wishing Hattie would not look quite so grave. Directly she gleamed up a smile on her lips. Well, Will, we won't let it inako a cloud i 'i our bouse. We'll pay it as fast a we can. How those three months did fly by ! so rapidly that before Will Hathorne fairly realized it, he found there re mained but a fortnight of the time in which he had fully intended to lay away the renniiiig four hundred on his furni ture, ou winch the upholster had taken as security, a chatted mortgage lor the whole. Will knew that, while Rose wood & Walnut were an obliging firm, they were equally stringent when nec esity demanded it. Consequently be knew that he would have to endure the shame and disgrace, so it looked to him certainly the mortification, of a fore closure. His cheeks tingled as be thought of It, not so tntlcb for himself as for Hattie. who Lad been so much oppohed to it, yet had accepted the iuit-takc-be saw now what a mistake it had been so nobly without any murmuring, any reproaching. Several times Hattie had asked him how he was getting along as ugnrded the four hnudrnd dollars; ami always, in lii light, n:irry way, hehad told her: i That'll Iks all right darling. j And so be bout-mlly intended it nhotild; but somehow or other, when h , i . . i ,i i had aiidfr five or ten tloUars, and . . . i . I nrt were m.i very uaiiai occurrence, liiru, mu, u um aiunni luaua uj. of hi ' H-rfeUaaiuu wtre of no avail They urn at have their money, or the for tcloaur would inevitably take place. Viaiona of bit pretty home, wilh a ' uf heie, a chair there, goo from tbe j Tl'IDAV MOUNING, AUGUST 2:), lsTt). i lair. u andn.g by the window walchins; for him. Why, yoa am not ill or hurt. Will ? j dietary standard is not a very bifc-b one, You walk so slowly, and look o pal0 j biiad. vegetables, butler and milk be ai.d hazard! What i the mattfr. ng that ia considured necessary; Will? Sbe wuh bttsidi) him in tLe hall. He tried to auiile, but ae could't; and be revolved to have the worst over and tell Hattie all. I've bad news for you; cau you bear it? Not about the folk ? She looked pal aud alarmed. Oh, no, pet, about no one; it i con cerning ourselves. He pointed to the parlor, where the door stood open, revealing the bright lamp glow ou the green plusb suite What, Will, what ? Tell we, please? She si euiud a little bewildered. My ow n true, prudent little treasure, I have a confusnion to make. Then he told her, keeping nothfng back. Her head was bidden - on his shoulder, but Will felt the quivering of her figure. You won't hate we, Hattie ? Please forgive nie.and I'll promise solemnly to be guided iu the future by your direc tion. Could she refuse that persistant, lov ing appeal f She kissed him fondly. We can let it go, Wilh Porpaps, in future years, we cau learn to regard this as a lesson that moulded our lives for the better. Messrs Rosewood & Walnut, with their lawyer, who bad drawn np the motgage, were in Mr Hatbarue'a parlor, Will stood gloomily by' the window, wishing the day were not so fine, or that so many people would not pass the house. i Mrs Hathorn came down the stairs, and bowing to the geutle&'an, placed a parcel in bis bands. If you please, air, see If that is all correct. ' Mr Rosewood opened it; it waa a ple thorio roll of greenbacks. '' Will step ped forward in supreme amazement, but Hattie laid a detaining band on bis arm. Quite correct, Madam. Just bring me pen and ink, while I give you a re ceipt iu full on this instrument. Will produced bis pocket pen. The receipt was given, and the gentlemen left the house. Hattie! Will J What does it mean ? Only this; I gold my watch and chain to your sister for two hundred dollars. Pa paid me the one hundred and fifty I did not take for spending money on my wedding tour. I have saved fifty dollars out of the bountiful supply of money you gave me. And now Will our home is our own. He strained her to bis heart. You are my good angel.Hattie. Here after I shall gladly abide by your judg ment; amf never again do you see me upend a cent that I have not in my pocket. rat .mm m.t.in . LA BO 11 AMI WAOU 1 THK HKAI.M OF HIH MAIK'K. Compulsory education being the rule in fatherland, the German artisan boa that much in his favor; yet his English brother would not core to chauge places; low wages and meager diet sad ly countei balancing a litte extra cul ture. Fifteen shillings a week is very good pay iu Prussia, as will be seen from the following selections out of a long list of the rates of weekly wages in that country in 1 807. With board and lodging turners, bakers, saddlers, 4s fsl; aatchmukers and jewelers, Gs to 13s. Without board and lodging com positors, ISs; goldsmiths, 10s to 24s; glabtiuiakers, 15s 'o !; piano-forte- makers, Its; masons and rarpentcis, lis (3d; painters, pitmen and smiths, 12n; factory hands, 10s Gd to 12s; cal ico printers, 10s; first-class pudlers at iron works, 24. Iu moat cases twelve hours, and iu many thirteen, go to tho wot king dav. Women form more than a fifth of the factory operative, aud tarn comparatively, good wages; but public labor brings its too frequent eobfctqueneca.atid the female operatives bear a vety ind. fit-rent character. As for wmuiHlresae and millinei., those who woik for commercial honsei are a uaual, moH miserably paid; so wiser- ably, indeed, that to b, at all thev are compelled to eacbew morality- The wages quoted alove ate said to suflioe tbiifiy wen whii suIc, aj j even leave a margin for aavimf: hut to keep a family upon tkaiu, units the ,' niotber at ieaat can eottinbut ,mo-! thing toward the income, i out cf the ! question; and those who know tuoatj about the matter do cot aet the coat lf , j ?H ht dit-ia ia aund tu cover f.wd, . fuel and lent';. Certainly the TrusHftin J meat, except perhaps on holidays and ; Sundays, coming iu the category of lux - , "iea. The daily fare of a wotkuiau in iLb,lliu Klioiiibli province is sei uowu a t oousistiug of one pouuJ of rye bread, two pounds of potatoes, an ounce of meat, half au ounce of salt ' aud one sixth of an ounce of coffee. Nor can the Prussian be said to be much better off as ooneern his lodg ment; high rents, confined space, little comfort and cleanliness, being tne rule throughout the kingdom. Iu the large towns, with very rare exceptions, arti aaus live iu lodgings; several families herd together Bomctinics as many as fifteen individuals crowding into one small, low, damp room a shilling a week a head being the Berlin tariff for sleeping accommodations and conve nience for washing. ' Three years since the returns showed there were iu the capital 15,574 dwellings, with an aver age of six to seven occupants per room. In the country and in the small towns uuless lodgings are provided by the employer working folks generuly have houses of their own a bouse such as it is. In Memei it will be a mere mud cabin with nailed up windows; in Sil esia a one-storied thatched bouse with diminutive windows, and rooms just high enough lo allow the proprietors to stand upright in them. The miners of the circle of the Ottweilcr, iu tho Rhine province, are perhaps the best off in this respect, being looked after by the government itself. The three royal coal mines at lleinilz have threo largo houses belonging to them to accowuio date eight hundred men. The Rhedeu mine has two of these for the occomo dation of four hundred men. The min ers pay eighteonpeuce a month, for which they have a bod and towels and the use of half a press. To enublo min ers to settle in the neighborhood, the miners union has purchased 1350 acres of land for founding a mining colony. It sells at cost price, or leases at a mod erate rent, one-sixth of an acre of hind to any one who will build a bousoupon it, aud one-sixth of au acre on the same terms for a garden. Money for building purposes is aluo advanced at -1 per cent interest, to be deducted from tho wages with a present of from 22 10s lo J-'30 as a premium for building. These houses at Ottweilcr are, as might be ex pected, neat and cheerful; but, with the exception of tbcm, tho description, 'bad small, and densely crowded' applies generally to the habitations of the Prussian workman, iu whatever part of the world be may bo domiciled. Chambers'! Journal. fVLTItTK TMB BKJI TIH I.. We plead for the beautiful, even iu farm life. That sentiment of Goethe: 'We should do ojr utmost to encourage the beautiful, for the useful encourages itself should to a certain extent be the watchword of every farmer. A well kept barn with neat buildings, and a yard in which flowers and trees arc more conspicuous than broken crockery aud cast off Loop skirts, is worth more to keep or to sell than one where no attempt at beautifying the premises has been made. Some yeura ago, a gentle man of our acquaintance purchased a farm in the front yard of which, put out by a former owner were several or namental trees that had attained quite a growth, some Cower beds, shrubbery, &c. Almost one of the first acts of the new occupant w as to tear away the fence cut down the trees, and turn the prcty yard into the common highway. We never pass that place but we are pain ed by the thought of the vandalism that has given a barren and cheerless as pect to a home that might have rejoic ed iu refreshing shade aud a wealth of floral beauty. We counsel more attention to the beautiful. Plant trees and shrubs and , vines, wake yoor home surrounding at tractive by the help of rustic structures arbors, at-at, gateways by the artis tic forming of laud and judicious dis position of the various objucia employ ed. Doo.t hope to do il all at once, and don't get diacouraged. bo a little! this summer and fall, sod the remain-j der auother year. A tree grows slowly i !blit btlore you are aware ol it, it Las j oul rowu 3our expectation. Set out J0" lre;' T"r H7 t fcrrow htr6 Jou llUt Ultm " Joa d0 "ft put them there. , How the odd Louri ot oue even cau be wade to improve and adorn one' borne with tut that will never fade, bnt be mu't u1 moT delightful with each re- toriiitg airing-time. Main Farmer. - - j Young folk grow moat when ia love, It inert tbe;r igb wonderfully. 1 of alkaline solution usually employed to tfiVct fiom poplar and other white w ood fdn'rs the u iuoval of gummy mat ter. The fibers are to be boiled in wat er iu which there i placed among them in the Iniili r, on being filled, about 2 rat. of floury potatoes to each tun d raw fibres, such potatoes having been prcviou.ly ateamed in a separate vessel fit for tho purpose, and passed through a strainer, sieve, or colander to remove ; the peel, which is injurious iu some , esses, but the potatoes can slso be Used raw witlr too litirea alter ouing wen w ashed. The gummy luattor are tuor onglity extract d from tho fibres, and by boiling for two, four, or six hours, according to circumstances, tho process w ill be found quite sufficient to prepare this class of fibres for bleaching to a pulp in every way fit for manufacturing a good white quality of m inting or sim ilar descriptian of paper. Swkkt Oil ro PoraoKK. A plain former says: It is now twenty years aiuce I tear nod that Bweut oil would euro the bite of a rattlesnake, riot knowing that it woohl cure any other poison, both on man or beast. I think no farm er should be without a bottle of it in the house. The patient must take a spoon ful of it iuternally.oud bathe the wound for a cure. To cure a horse it require eight times as much as it doe for a man. Here let nie say, of one of tho most extreme cases of snake bite iu this neighborhood eleven years ago this summerwhere the case bad been thirty days' standing, and the patient had been given up by his physicians. I hoard of it and curled the oil, aud gave one spoonful, w hich effected 4 cure. It ii an antidote for arsenic and strych nine. It will oure bloat in cattlo caus ed by eating too freely of fresh clovor. It w ill cure bites of bees, spider or other iusects.and will cure persons who have been poisoned by a low running vine in the meadows, callud ivy. Advice to Youno Men. A cotcmpo rary says to a young wan, "dou't mar ry dimples, nor nose, nor ankles, nor eyes, nor mouths, nor necks, nor chins, nor teeth, nor simpers, nor other things. These bits and scraps of femininity are mighty, poor things lo tio to. Marry the pure, true thing. Look after con geniality, kindrod sympathies, dinpotu tion, education, and if theso bo joined wilh social position, don't let that btuud in your way. Get a woman not one of those parlor lay figures not ouo of those parlor automatons that sit down just so, thump a piuno and dote on a whisker. Living statues are poor things to call into consultation. The poor lit tle niisa that can scarcely futhom tho depth of a dress trimming, can't be a helpmate of any account. Don't throw away your time on such a trifling thing. How to Teix Tne Aoa or House. A short time ago we met a gentctuan from Illinois, who gave us a piece of informa tion in regard to ascertaining a horse's age, alter ho or she has passod the ninth year, which was new to us and will be wo are sure to most of our read ers, It is tlJifi; after tlio borse is nine years old, a wrinkle comes on the eye lids at tho upper corner of the lower lid and every year thereafter bo has one well defined wrinkle for each year over nine. If, for instance a borse has three wrinkles, be is twelve: if four, ho is thirteen. Add the number of wrinkles to nine and you will get it. Ho says the gentleman; and be is confident it will nover fail. As -i good many peo ple own horses over nine, it is easily tried. If true the borso dentist must give np his trade. Honest in Net YokL A young man who proposed starting iu bnsincss in New Yoik city, made a preliminary visit there, armed with letters of intro duction to biiHiness men. These pre sented, and the usual compliment pass ed, the New Y'oik merchant inquired of young Boston w hat be intended to do. ' I have not exactly decided," re plied the young Puritan, "but I ezpeel to settle into some good honest busi ness in which I can get a living honest ly." "A living honestly ?" "An honest living,' repeated the Botoniau. 'Young wan, saU ine ew loikc-r, 'l congrat ulate you; there is not a city in the United State iu which you will meet with so little con, petition in your mettl ed of doing business. Cor. Boston Bulk-tin. Tui FiaT IsvAntEa. On one of the picturesque old potroad leading from Bruel to Aix 1 Cbapello 1 the quaint old city of lougrea, lki wtui originally founded by the Tangi, who (aecrodtug to Tactiu were the first German tribe who, croaaitg the Rhine, j allied the Gaul L,lW, jtt their coun and aetUod. them- country, i hi a the commencement of th struggle fur the left bunk of the Rhine, bow being car- nod on, Y0LMU X. To Ci ut a ". To cur thi pain ful thing, or rather to check it or aip il in the bud, the Loudon Lancet, high authority, say tier i nothing hk th following A soon a lb pulsation w hich indicate the disease i felt, pot directly over Hie pot a fly blister about tho sire of tour thumb nail, and let it remain for nix hours, at the expiration of which lime, directly under tho ur face of the blister, way icon th fel on, which ran be instantly taken out with tho nouit of a ucodlo or a lancet. A lawyer built an office shaped hk an hexagon, or ix square. Tho dot city of tho ktructuro attracted th at. tent am of some Irishmen who wcrt passing by. Thoy made a full itop and examined th building very critically. The lawyer, somewhat UutgusUd at their curiosity, opened the window, put bis head out and addreaaed them. . .What are you sUndmg there io hk a pack of blockheads, looking at tny of fice? Have you mistaken it for church ? Faix, was the quick answer of on of the wen, 1 waa thiking so until I saw the divil poko his beiul out of th win dow. A young wan who carried a collec tion plate, iu service, before starting took from his pocket a five cent piece, as be supposed, put it on the plate, and then paaeod it round among tho con gregation, w hich included many young girl. Tho girls as tbey looked at th plate, all Bccuiod astonished and amus ed, and the young man, taking a glaueo at the plate, found instead of a nickel five cent piece be bad s conversation lozenge, w itb the words 'will you mar ry mo !' in red letters, alaring every body right ia th faco. j John, Low do you parse grandmoth er? "' ' I doesn't pass her at all, but alwayi goes in to get a tart What is the singular of men I They are singular when they pay their debts without bieng axed to do it a dozen timeH. Young womou are beautiful. What is it that comes after young women ? It's tbe fullers, to be sure; they ara always arler tho young women. That will do; you aro now dismissod. Tho English claim to have a gdn which beats tho Choasepot, needle gun, Eudiiuld or Snider; aud that is (ho Martini-Henry. If tho account given of it iu the Loudon papers can be relied upon it must bo a most deadly weapon. At a recent prio shooting match at Wimbledon lour competitor tip witu this rifle, and the closeness and con stancy of the firo resembled the file fir ing of a company ; in three minute the target became almost invisible, owing to tho smoke; one of the men fired fifty five times iu three minutes, or rather more than eighteen times a minute, and he bit tho target every time. Tbe tar get, too, was so defaced a to bo useless. Thin is undeniably good shooting. As Governor Fairchild, of Wisconsin and a friend were riding by rail from Madison lately, two young ladies with their beaux entered the crowded car, and the distinguished gentlemen eur rended their scats to the fair ones. But grout was their surprise to e the young men occupy their seats and take their fair companions upon their lap. "By George, said tho Oovernor, "wo wight have douo that oartclve. A country deacon went homo ono evening and complained lo Li wif that he had been abused shamefully down at tho store. One of the neighbor, he said, called him a liar. Her eye flash ed wilh indignation. Why didn't too) tell him to prove it ? sho exclaimed. That the very thinff that tbe trouble!' replied the husband; 'that' just what I did do; I told him to prove it, aud be did prove it 1' Here's a satisfaction of the wee lest sort A wicrocopiat who baa been studying wisquiloc find that tbey are positively lousy, each having parasite upon Li body, which are candy to be seen under a glans of low magnifying power. The woaquitoo aeema to be a lively under their torture a are human beings under th sting of the mosquito. Two centuries ago not one in a hundred wore stocking. Fifty year ago not one boy in a thousand we al lowed to ruu at large at night FJty year ago not a girl ia a thousaud wade a waiting waid of her mother. Won derful improvement in thi ag L A beautiful inscription, it i aid, may be found in an Italian graveyard; Hut he Eteiia, who transported a Urge fortoufi to heaven, ia aet of char ity and baa gone thither to enjoy it" FuUhty lo w ward eouvictiot of truth wherever Uy way leal, m the first duty to the Master.