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i nTcr iiui. rrnmT, rExxsrivaxtA. ITt?. arrrcaa-Atris.rasjs'ri'SA SlUfC. Wake. sUtc, Wit ! th day-star iU ; Aeor F.phrata's aastern plant The dawa it breaking, eool and calm. Wake, sisters, wake to prater and psalm ! rraised be the Lxd for (bade and liirht. For toil by day, tor raw by night : Praiard be kin bank- win Octroi to Mess lar Kcdar of tke wilderness : Oar relage wuea tke spoiler! hand fu beary en Mr native land ; Anl freedom, to ber cbildreniloe, Tb woif and vulture only know. We praised bin when to prion lad. Wo owned Mm when tbe itake blared red : We knew, wbatoror might beUlt, Uu) lore and powar wore over all. He beard oar prayers ; with ontatretchod arm He lad as lortk from cruel barm ; Still, whereeoe'ar oar step wort beat, Hia doad and tit before at went ! Tke watch of bilk and prayer be set : We kept It tliea, we Keep It yet. At midnight, erow of cork, or Boon, He Cometh tore, kecometh soon. J It comes to chaste, aot destroy. To puree tke eank from sin's alloy. At last, at laet ahall all confess His merry a bis rlg-bteowanesa. The dead shall lire, tke tick be whole. The scarlet sir. be white as wool; Xo dlaourd mar below, aborc, Tbe manic of eternal lore ! Soaad, welcome tramp, tbe last alarm ! Lord Ood of boats, make bare thin arm, Faltlll this day oar lung desire. Make sweet and clean the world with fir '. Sweep, naming besom, sweep from sight Tke lies of time : be swift to smite. Sharp sword of Ood. all idolsdowa, Ueneraa erred and Roman erown. Quake, earth, throngk all thy tones, till all The fanes of pride and priestcraft fall ; And lift tboa up in place of tbem The rites of pearl, Jemsalem ! La ! rising from baptismal name, Transngarad, glorious, yet the seme. Within tlie heavenly city's booad Uur K tester Kedar shall bo found. He eometh soon ! at dawn or noun Or set of sun, be Cometh soon, tier prayers shall meet bin oa bis way : Wake, sisters, waka 1 arise asxl pray ! John Grmlr-f Wkittitr, in AlUnlir Month!. " A PERFECT ajIfsSat. BT MISS EDNA IL C- A inier, sir ; a miser! It ia bad enough to mo cd old man avaricious and earing, but in a man of Stephen Bascomb's age it is nimplj contemp tible!" ! Tbe old lawyer who epoke was one wboabad known Stephen Bascombj from a dot, and he looked his indig nation as plainly as be epoke it. His companion, an old friend be bad met at Long Branch, had commented opon the very cheap apparel of tbe young man so severely criticised. Now be apoke again. Bat is he wealthy as they say ?" "He inherits half a million under the will of his uncle, Cbaa. Bawomb. I drew up the will myself, and more than tbat.I manage tbe estate. Witb fiuch a fortune at his command, Ste phen Bascomb lires in half a room in a small baarding house, weara tbe tbe cheapest apparel to be found in New York, and boards bis money. I pnt it in tbe bank when I collect hia rents and interests, and there it lies. I hate Rucb a niggardly spirit as that." ... "Bat be comes to Long Branch." "That's the odd part of it. lie haunts tbe best society, and tbe beat society courts him, knowing bis real wealth, and attributing his manners to eccentricity. Eccentricity ! Rub bish!" "I like him, for all," said Mr. Rus sell, tbe companion of the old law yer. Judge Ellerton, "I like bim." "Of course you do," snapped tbe judge, "everybody does. lie is tbe very soul of honor, a man of un doubted talent, brilliant. in conversa tion, and a perfect gentleman. Be fore his uncle died be was one of tbe most fastidioas and elegant men I ever knew. Now took at bim." Mr. Hassell looked. lie was lean ing against tbe pillar of tbe porch, a tall, handsome man of twenty-five, ia an ill-biting suit of coarse material, gloveless, with elean but cheap linen and a common straw bat. And yet a man wbo carried bis head erect, and looked at tbe world from a pair of large, brown eyes that wore the fearless, honest look of a man who carried an easy conscience. As those same eyes looked out over the groups opon the beach, tbey suddenly lighted with a flash of ra diant pleasure, then shaded gravely until tbey expressed only a proud sadness. Mr. Russell, following tbeir glance, found it rested upon bis own niece, bis pride and darling, Edna. She was eomiog toward tba porch, but was still at some distance. "Ellerton," be said suddenly "have you no reason to ascribe Stephen Bascomb's eccentricity, as you call it, to any other cause than a mere avaricious spirit ?" Tbe old lawyer looked keenlr into the face of his friend. "An odd question," be said very gravely. "But one I bops you will answer. You know bow dear Edna is to me, and you may have seen aha accepts Stephen Bascomb's attentions witb pleasure. lie bas spoken do word jet to bind ber to bim, and yet be loves ber. Would you give a daugh ter of your own Into his keeping V "A year ago I would have said yes, with all my bean. But now, aiace his uncle died he is so changed and vet " "There, there, tell me what I know is near your l!ps. Is it all meanness, or is there some other motive r " "In Charles Bascomb's will there was a sealed letter for his nephew, to be delivered after tbe will was read. I delivered it. "What it con tained I never knew." "H'm! It's a queer world." Stephen Bascomb tboogbt it was a queer world, too, as be sauntered in to tbe hotel just as Edna Russell reaoaed tbe porch steps. He saw tbe look of pained surprise ia ber eyes, and yet be weat from ber. though his beart , went out to ber witb all its burden of love. In bis own room be took from bis bosom a sealed letter, broke tbe eonlning wax, and read It slowir,' "Only this to burn,", he thought, "and lore, wealth and happiness are mine. I have searched faithfully. But mf time of probation is only commenced. If Edna knew, she shall know. , She shall at least know liow I lore ber !" ' ' . ' Full of bis new resolutions, Ste phen Bascomb once more sought tbe porco, waere Ldna still lingered by ber uncle's aide.: She was a lovely girl of about juneteon. witb violet, yea, and auburn hair tbat clustered ia sunny ringlets above a low. broad brow. Without startling beauty.ber I ace was winsome, ao4 It bad charm ed Stephen Baaeosib from the first Hour when bis eyes rested opon it Tbe afternoon sun was areepiag to the wide porch, and moat of tbe - guests of tbe hotel were enjoying a nap before tbe evening should can them out of their rooms ia sll tbe glories of foil dress. Edna herself was thinking of going up stairs, wbru Stephen joined ber uncle. There was an earnestness tbat was ali iaet solemnity in the young man's fac aa be raxe forward, and bis words were scarcely lover-like though they made Edna's beart throb with agitation. "Will you eraot me an interview in your private parlor, Mr. Russell T"j be said, "and will you, Miss l.aa. join us? I wish to t-peak to you both before I leave for .Saratoga." Wondering, Edna olyed, leaning upon ber uncle's arm, but opon Mr. Russell's face there was a strange, tender smile, as if be was scarcely surprised at tbe summons. Once seated in the small private parlor, Stephen Bascombe, in manly straight forward words told his love story, but be kept bis eyes resolutely from Edna's face, asking no answer to dis confession. "I should do wrong to ask for a return of love," be said steadily, "unless I told too exactly bow I am situated. Tbe world believes me a rich man, I know myself a pauper. Tbe fortune mr uncle left me I bold in trust for bis oaugbter." "True. I never beard of bis mar riage until I read tbe letter be left for me in bis wilL N ben he was a very young man, not twenty, he married a West India heiress, a eirl of sixteen, eloping with her. At Key West, where tbe young couple were bidioir for three montbs, tnty were found at last br tbe bride's father, wbo took ber home and obtained a legal separation, on the ground that both bride and groom were under e- "Still bit uuclc hovered about the bouse, and saw bis wife as be still considered ber, often, hot secretly, until after bis child, a little eirl, was born. Then tbe father carried both mother and child to Europe, leaving my uncle in ignorance of tbeir d parture. For years he vainly tried to Cod some ;lew to his wife's where abouts, sod his own conviction ot ber faithful love, bis own adherence to tbe perfect legality of bis mar riage, kept bim from ever taking an other woman into bis beart or his home. And be loved me very dear ly, and trusted me implicitly. So, l-y bis will, be baa left me his beir, bile by a letter of trust be charges me to seek bis wife and child, and if I find tbem, transfer the property to which tbey are emitted, to them. "Only a letter of trust!" said Mr. Russell, slowlv : "then vou are not bound in any war." "Only by my honor, sir," was tbe quiet reply. Hat tbe old gentleman understood ia the glance and tbe tone how firm ly this bond held Stephen Bascomb. "And what clews have you by which to trace this visionary couple? Is yur whole life to b spent in tbe quest?" "yo. If in ten yea's tbey are not found I am to consider myself my uncle's beir. In tbe meantime I spend from tbe income of his estate only what is absolutely necessary to my search. Judging that tbe widow and daughter are people of fashion and standing, I have commenced my search at the watering places, where so many West Indians are found every summer." "H'm yes. How will voa know them if you find them?" "Tbe mother's maiden name was Rionda " Edna started, while her face grew deadly pale, but Stephen did not see ber agitation as he continued. "I do not think my uncle knew bow bis child was named, but Miss Rionda's name was Natalie. Iu tbe letter was enclosed ariBg, set witb diamonds. If I find my uncle's wife she will have a companion ring." "Edna, said Mr. Russell, very quietly, "will you get me your moth ers ring :" Tbe young girl, pale to her lips, glided away to tbe next room, and Mr. Russell said gravely : "Stephen Bascomb, you did well to give me your confidence to prove to me what an honorable man loves tor niece. Were vou a pauper, I would be a proud man to call you my son. I am Natalie Rionda's step brother. Her mother was my moth er, though my father died when I was a child. My mother married Hernandez Rionda, a wealthy West India sugar planter, but wben Na talie was but ten years of age, her own mother died. I was then at Har vard College, and I never returned to Cuba after my mother's death. It was not until my stepsister died, in raris, some six years ago, tbat I beard from ber tbe story of her mar riage. Hernandez Kionda died a poor man, and Natalie sent for me, begging my love and protection for ber child. I need uot tell you bow dear Edna soon became to me : and my own wealth was suQicient to make me independent of her father's assistance. Natalie never blamed ber busband ; and, liko biinselt, con sidered ber marriage a sacred tie, binding tbem for life. She suffered persecution at ber father's hands be cause she refused to accept offers from others, wbo believed ber to be a widow." "Tben it is to Edna I am to trans t tbe property I bold ia trust," said Stephen, eagerly. "No. You are to bold it. Destroy tbat letter, or give it to me." SteDhen ailentlv handed the letter to tbe old gentleman. Very care fully be read it through, tben struck a match and burned it iu the empty, open grate. "So ends tbat chanter," be Said. "You love Edna. The property in your hands becomes bers, in a meas ure, as your wife, and can be willed to ber as your widow, and no ques tions will be asked. But it you trans fer it to ber, do you not see that this whole miserable story will be public talk, will be twisted and distorted, and Edua's name bandied about upon tbe tongue of every gossip." "1 see, and I appreciate the gener osity ot your decision. You sball never regret your trust in me." ' "I bare no fear. Here comes Edna, and here is Natalie's rinrv Tot it on your finger, Edna, and it as your mother wore it, as a token of undy in love. Stephen has tbe compan ion." . "Here 1" said Stephen, taking tbe glittering jewel from bis pocket-book, and slipping it on bis finger. "May your love bare no cloud no separation," said Mr. Russell, sol emnly, leaving tbe room as be spoke, whild Edna crept into ber lover's outstretched arms. Judge Ellerton never exactly un derstood tbe sudden change in bis wealthy vouog client, but he willing ly obeyed bis letter, bidding him re open Charles Bascomb's splendid house, nd Gt It up for the retorn of tbe bridal couple after tbeir extended wedding tour in the fall. Bat be shakes bis bead gravely wben bis old friend Russell asks bim about tbe avarice and miserly habits of bis new nephew, and says, sagely : ' ' "He fell la Jove, Russell ! His affection for bis uncle's money gave way before bis love for your pretty niece, sod ber smiles worked a cure. But it is none tbe less true that for more than a year after be became sole beir to hall a million ot money, Stephen Bascomb was a perfect miser a perfect miser." And John Russel shakes bis head points to Edna, in ber splendid boms with every luxury at her command, and refuges to believe such scan Hinnj accusations against tbat prince of liberality, bis nephew Stephen II a ? comb. I fatal Ss-ptiala. A case arising under a law of 1730 subjecting magixtrateaor ministers to a penalty of 50 who marry minors without their parents' consent was concluded in tbe common pleas court yesterday. John and Mary Griffin sued Alderman Joseph A. Butler for penalty, he having untied their in fant son cf seventeen years to the la dy of bis choice. Tbe defence was tbat defendant bad not knowingly and willfully married the young man against bis parents' wishes and there fore was not liable. Mrs. Q. on tbe trial swore tbat 6be bad never given her consent and tbe young man ad milted tbat su:h was tbe case and tbat be had deceived tbe alderman. In cbareinir tbe jury tbe judge cued the amendment of 181, which makes a verbal message sent by parents to magistrates sufficient evidence of con sent to tbe marriage. He also called attention to tbe fact tbat under the law of 1871 tbe marriage must have been performed without tbe knowl edge and consent ot tbe parents, willfullv and knowingly on me part of tbe magistrate. Therefore, it tbe , jury believed tbe magistrate received m good faun tbe metutage wbicn pur ported to come from the mother, and believed it to be true they should find for the defendant. Under this charge they found for dclendant. As tbe amendment ot 1871 virtu al U repeals tbe act of 1730, no Gret na Green ii needed in ibis state a sa refuge for distressed lovers. All they I need to secure penect leucity is xo stretch tbeir conscience so as to be able to tell a little fib to some sym pathizing magistrate, and cruel par ents niav tear their bair in vain. With present facilities for securing patent divorces, we see no reason wby all may not be bappv under me new law. Pittsburg Post. raptarlwa Wild Home. Sheriff Coon, W. F. Scribner, W. P. Morgan, Thomas Earnest, and Steve and Charley George, were out last week after wild horses. Tbey went about twenty-five miles north east of Fort Collins but a tew miles east of Pierce station, on the Denver and Pacific I'ailroad. There tbey made their headquarters. Within two miles of camp tbey never failed to find a hand of wild horses. Ma ny a long chase they had ; but they finally succeeded in capturing teo bead. A great many animals were seen. Some of them were valuable and fleet of foot Three bead chal lenged tbe admiration of tbe entire party. One wa9 a black mare.large, well proportioned, and beautiful, and tbey chased ber over forty miles but couldn't catch ber. With this fine mare was a colt which seemed to be a full-blooded Norman. These two are certainly valuable stock if they could be captured. Tbe other horse was a dark stallion tbat would not weigh much over three hundred pounds. His mane reached down to bis knees and bis foretop to his nos trils, and resembled a Shetland pony. He ia said to be a beauty. One wild band was seen which seemed to be composed entirely of large Amejican stock, and undoubtedly contained many valuable animals. These borees are as wild as ante lope and ibe strategy used to get near tbe latter has to be employed with the former. Tbe bunter must conceal himself behind bis horse until he gets as near to the herd as possible, when, quickly mounting, be must dash into tbe herd like lightning, cntting it in two, and starting a portion of it in tbe direc tion of tbo camp. No time must be lost, or tbe wiid animals will escape. His companions, however, will assist in tbe mad ride back to camp, which is an attempt to drive the game into a corral. 1 f successful, tben the work of roping tbe apimals is begun, and a right lively job it generally proves to be. Tbe wildest of horses were tied to the weakest, and thus sll were driv en to town without much trouble. Two UeMMl Storlaa ar atoyally. A friend of mine who bas facili ties for knowing what passes in court circles, tells me tbat tbe Princess Louise (Marchioness of Lome) is a firm believer in spiritualism, and that during tbe time tbe newspapers were full of most sneering references to Slade, Her Highness summoned him to ber side, had numerous seances witb bim, and treated him with all manner of consideration. Apropos of Louise, the gossips have not yet done talking of tbe cu rious fact tbat on the opening of Par liament ibe Princess Louise and Bea trice, both drove to Westminister iu tbe royal coach with tbe Queen ; but or all tbe lords, knights, gentlemen wbo took part in tbe pageant, there was no plac, it seemed, which the Marquis of Lome might fitly occupy. Tbe anomalous position wbieb be oc cupies as busband of the Queers daughter, but not tbe equal of bis wile, must be galling to tbe proud young Scotch nobleman. Yet tbe Queen's own marriage was in many points similar. Long years ago but this is a bit of exclusive remi niscence known to only a few. Tbe Queen, in tbe early days of ber wed ded lire, bad one of those squabbles with ber husband, of tbe sort which will come about sometimes even be tween tbe most loving married coup lea. Chagrined and vexed, tbe Prince retired to his room and locked tbe door. Tbe Qaeen took tbe mat ter quietly for a while, but after the lapse of an hour she went to bis door and rapped. "Albert," she said, "come out." "No, I will not," answered tbe Prince, within. "Come, go away; leave me alone." Tbe royal temper waxed bot at this. "Sir," she cried, "come out at one. Tbe Queen, whose subject yon are, commands you." lie obeyed immediately. Enter ing tbe room she designated,! be sat down in silence. For a long time I nothing waa aairl Tha Ctammn u . o - ; . --- & - tbe brst to break tbe silence. "Albert," she said, "speak to me." "Uoes tbe Queen demand it?" be asked. "No," she answered, throwing ber arms around bis neck, "your wife begs it." Curtain. "Can animals communicate idaaa afcks an exchange. Hang a couple of Tbomas-cats across a clothes-line and yon will soon End out kyTramps. A special telegraphic dispatch to tbe Philadelphia Timet, from Chat ham, Virginia, announces ,lbat C. -.!. Ii;.b. . tkf itw a trmr. eling agent fur Simmons' Liver Reg ulator, was murdered a few aaye ago near Campbell Court House, Vir ginia. Tbe murdered man was la seen in Chatham, Pittsylvania coun ty, about a week ago, and he tben nrstiwiaml dririnir ihrous-h the ad joining county towards Lynchburg. Siveral days later a gentleman, m passing along a road near Campbell Court House, noticed a horse, attach ed to a falling-top carriage, tied to a tree. Later in tbe day, passing tbe same spot, tbe gentleman saw tbe horse still standing in the same po sition. Haviug occasion to. pafS along tbe road tbe following morn ing be was surprised to see tbat tbe borne and carnage baa not oeen re moved. Unable to account for tbe apparent desertion of what was evi dently valuable property, tbe gentle man transferred the horse and car riage to bis own stable and advertis ed for the owner. Tbe following day a party of men were buntiog in the vicinity , of Campbell - Court House, when tbeir dogs began exci tedly scratching the ground wbere tbe earth had evidently been recently turned, and not more than a hun dred yards away from where tbe horse and carriage were found. The dogs' endeavors soon exposed to view tbe body of a well dressed young man, which when exhumed, was uurecognized by any of the res idents of tbe vicinity. Subsequent ly people who bad met C. Rodman Hii-ka in Chatham identified the re mains as those of the traveling agent for Simmons' Liver Regulator. The Sheriff of Fittsylvania county, Wm. I. Overbey, interested himself in an investigation of tbe matter, and ar rived at the conclusion that Hicks bad been murdered by two negro tramps, wbo upon tbe evening of tbe day of which tbe horse and carriage were found, bought tickets in Lynch burg for Chattanooga, Tenn., via tbe irginia and lennessee tiaiiroad. From J. H. Zeilin, of Z. II. Zeilin k Co., patent medicine manufactur ers and general agents tor Simmons' Liver Regulator, having tbeir sales room at 5G4 Cberrv street, it was as certained last evening tbat tbe firm bad no information or young uicki' Heath, and thev were exnectinar the j i t, receipt of bis weekly letter, inform ing tbem ot bis business progress. Caitlata; a Daafkler's Throat. Beach Creek, Pa., April 1G. A quarrel, which may yet result in tbe death of a daughter at the bands of a mother, occurred in "The Ridges," a few miles up March creek, Friday. Mrs. Jacob Walker is known among ber neighbors as a "devlish kind of a woman," and seems to be possessed of a decidedly turbulent temper, hev iog frequent unpleasantnesses with all the members of her family, ; but devoting the greater part of r ber splenetic attentions to Jacob, who is ber second busband. frequently driv ing bim from the bouse. Yesterday, in one of her rageful humors, she at tacked him, and made such threaten ing demonstrations with a butcher knife as to cause tbe interference of two of ber daughters, one aged about thirteen years and tbe other a full- grown woman. I pon this tbe en raged woman turned upon the girls, and being baffled in ber murderous attempts by tbe older one, seized the younger and attempted to cut ber throat, mulcting severe gashes which ma v yet cause death. The girl suc ceeded in getting away from ber, however, and is still living. Tearhlaw the Baby. Yon must take yonr babyjust wbere be is now. not much more than a lit tle animal, and educate bis physical nature, so rapidly . developing. , for instance, he has just reached tbe climbing age : every stool and chair it a worry to you, and a pair of stairs is a perpetual terror. Now show bim how to get up and down tbe stairs, how to place his feet in climbing up into chairs. Let him tumble a little; it will only make bim more eareful It is but a foretaste of tbe bard schooling which experience gives at our lives. Betters little fall with you close by to stop it at tbe light place, than a great one wben you are "off guard" some day. (Remem ber that too, wben be is in bis teens.) But, I beg of you, if you want to see bim grow up active, strong-limbed, and agile, do not keep bis white dress es too clean, nor tie his sashes after the present uncomfortable fashion, so tbat be isn't conscious of any legs above bis knees, Tben, let bim feed himself. He'll make a miserable mess ot it at first, but protect him well witb a bib and tin tray, and he'll soon teach tbe spoon tbe way to bis mouth. Let bim burn bimseif a little some day wben tbe stove is not very bot; be won't touch it wben it would be dangerous. The ChlBoa Eamraia;e. What is tbe Chinese language? It is tbe chief among tbe first small classes of language, which includes tbe Thibetiao, Cjcbin-Cbioese, and which is usually described as mony syllabic. It is a language in its most archaic form. Every word is a root, and every root is a word.- It is without inflection or even agglutina tion. Iu substantives are indeclina ble, and its verbs are not to be con jugated. It ia destitute af an alpha bet, ana nods us expression ou paper in tbousanda of distinct symbols. No wonder, then, that it bas been a cause of surprise and perplexity to many ! But iu a country so full of anomilies and paradoxes wbere, as one writer says, "Tbe roses bare no fragraoce, aud the women no petti coats ; where the laborer bas no Sab bath ; where tbe roads have no vehi cles, and tbe ships no keels ; , wbere the needle points to the south ; where tbe sign of being puzzled is to scratch the antipodes of tbe bead; wbere tbe place of honor is on tbe left band, and tbe seat ot intellect is in the stomach; wbere to take off vour bat ia an insolent gesture, ' and . to wear white garments is to put your self ia mourning ; we ought not to be astonished to find a literature with out an alphabet and a language without a grammar. ' "Here, then," writes another, " is tbe most primi tive language, and tbe one, there- tore, Iron wbicn air vtberal bare sproog." - ' The ' numerous . and ouUaadiah bracelets that girls wear now-adaya are seriously objected to, because tbey are very apt to scratch a fellow's ear. ' It Seems to me," said a customer to bis barber, "tbat you ought to low er yonr price for shaving ia teeta bard timea." "Can't do it," replied the barber. "Now-a-days everybody wears inch a long face tbat we , have a great dea) more surface to shave over." . It is related tbat in one of onr re cent Sunday School leesoBS. tbat,- aa the man .lame from 'bis birth lay grovelling at tbe temple gate, Peter "took bim by abe-right band,, and lifted bim Bp."- As often ia the Ssripture, vhese" words, simple, trans parent,' contain vaat wealth of meaning. '. All about us are onr fel low mea, fallen, prostrate, helpless. ! One is crushed unto poverty, adver sity, and sickness ; another fa) listless, ignorant, shiftless, hornless; another j is tbe tbe victim of evil habit, is lost in drink, is cast out from virtue, ;: - It is very easy to passby all these people, very eacy to find -reason for letting tbem .alone. ' Tbey are not very bright perhaps ; tbey are desti tute of energy,- perseverance, of worldly knowledge; tbey have wast ed time, money, strength; tbey have not made the best of themselves. All this of course ; there are menial aad moral infirmities as well aa bodily.- Tbe aokle-bubes of the soul are often weak, and that is toe very reas on why tbey need help. .';'.'- , We can lift by tbe presence of tbe hand, the glance of tbe eye, tbe cheering word ; and as we try to lift, our good - will aod sympathy will caiee new tides of happiness and life to flow through . the long helpless soul, and be who was crippled shall stand erect But if be do not at ooee respond to our lifting touch, or if be rise to fall again, we roust not give , up. . Thiok bow many timea God has : to lift us up, ye lie is not discouraged. There are all sorts and classes of Christians ; there are emotional Christiana and contemplative Christ ians and Christians of action ; - there are rich Christians and poor Christ ians ; there are wise Christian aod foolish Chrictian. There are lifting Christians, and Christian wbo have an excellent excuse for noi lifting Which sball we be? Shall we not allow ourselves the happiness ot look ing back to tbe close . ot each day, yet more at the evening of :. life ou acts of healing, helping, lifting? What joy filled tbe soul of Peter as be wbo bad been lame leaped as an bart, as be praised God with each exercise . of bis new-bora strength. What eternal joyousness sball be bis who sees souls new-msde, emancipa ted, happy, because be lifted tbem up. Hal. Bap. , Moaeaw Itraahjr Driver. . On the other, side of tbo street there are two droekies with their dri vers sleeping io the sun, wailing for passengers. One is a covered chaise in tbe modern style, the others are the old-fashioned guibars on . which one sits astride on a horse, keepiog tight bold of tbe driver's waist for fear of falling. : Some of these dros kies are good enough, with fast hor ses, but tbe mist of them are abom inable, aod tbe detestable pavements add still more to one's sufferings. It is a great comfort when we can have tbe good sno v roads of winter aod the cozy little Bledges; then one starts out witb something like pleas ure, though with tbe cbaoce of beiug upset in tbe gutter. Moscow is so large, and tbe side walkrfare so narrow and bo bad tbat it io next to impossi ble to walk much, anu one soon falls into tbe crazy habit of always ri ding. Tbess - invoslchieka properly wear a long blue faocat with an odd flat bat, but there are so many who come in from tbe country for a short time that you get to Bee all kinds of costume, bach bas a brass ticket witb bis number around bis neck. I have seen No. 15,300, so . tbat the number of these vehicles, must be very large. One set of men go out by day, and at night another set wbo prowl lazily along the streets or stand near some frequented "corner, always half asleep, iu wait for a cbaoce fare. I have sometimes surprised them at their morning toilet, as I bave looked out early iu the morning, a . little saliva on the bands, and the face is soon washed. Three crossings and a genuflection to each quarter of the horizon complete the hasty . toilet. Tbese ivostcbrki do not, ot course, all own tbeir horses and dropkies, but for ibe most part tbey belong xo artels or co-operative association Sometimes tbey hire ibe horses and droskies of some man to w bom tbey pay a share of the profits, aod some time the ' rtel owns them sll Tbeir lder,' or - president seeB ' to providiug tbem all witb a cotimoo lodging and board, and tbeir profits go into tbe common stocks and are regularly divided up. ' A Sermoa. "The love of nnney is tbe root of evil." Wby : Because our children are tanirbl that riches alooe bring happiness. .. Even our churches bave become places to flaunt tbe outward evidences of wealth, and excite envy and coveioosoess. - Two seutences ought to be placed in- tbem ; all. "Lead us not iuto temptation," and "Thou shall not covet. ,: If our chil dren were taught to find tbeir pleas ure in objects of nature, instead of $10 Easter eggs, or $100 dolls, bow much happier tbey . would be, and bow much better tilted to come io contact with tbe realitie-i of life. But in America, now, the rule is ; to. gel money, honorably if you can, but any way so long as yon are not caught by tbe law. In Germany, wbere tbe system of Froebel and Pes taluzzl, are now almost universal, tbe lessons of mercy, , honor, .patience, iboughtfulaes and truthfulness, tbat a contact with .Nature teaches the child, are appreciated.. We do cot find the feverish . haste to amaas wealth, that is seen, in England and America. - "Wben we reflect what amount of evil Satan still finds for idle bands to do," we must agree witb tbe great scientists, that a study of Natural History is ibe best means of giving a true and abiding faith in tbe future, aud that "Surely, our in oocent pleasures are not so abundant in this lite, tbat we can afford to de spise this or an other source of tbem. We should fear being - punished for our neglect td tbat limbo, wbere tbe great Florentine tells, us - are those who, during this life," "wept , wben they might be jo; full" .-. s-i Every true collector koows that, he is performing true missionary work in encouraging bis young friends ' to Study Nature. One of tbe best and oldest collectors in the U. 8. is Pas tor of a leading Presbyterian Church of tbe country; and fr the last thirty years, I. duubi. whether there has been a day, when be bas not preach ed at least twice, from tbe text : "Sermons In Stones, ' . ' Tongaesln Trees,. . , T , Books mania tisuaj.' tj And Rood la eTerythine-." ' s aWW m OweaMoorv t J Was owlu.' more, ,..,.. , K t - : Tbtu Uwee Moore eould pay. " So owio more, , , 'f. . Caused Owen Moore, -Z'l'i, Tne Washington belles are - organ izing picnics in Alexia honor. ' - r evy ataief atajrarw tT law's. I Lately a traveler passed in a car riage along the Avenue : de Neujlly the night was dark ; all at once the horse stopped, and the traveler saw the animal bad met aa obstacle. At tbe same moment a man raising bim seif from before the horse uttered a cry. ' - ' " Y by don't you take .care J" said the traveler. - . . . "Ah ,". cried the man, "you would do better, instead ot hallooing, to lend me your lantern." - - "What for?" "1 bad three hundred francs ia gold on my person ; my pocket bas broken, and all is falling iu tbe street. It is a commission with which my master bas intrusted me. If I do not find the money I,, am a, ruined ma-i..,.- .-; rV;; i 'It ia not easy to - fiad the pieces oa sucb a night : have : vou none left?" : , "Yes, I have one." v ' "Give it to me.", ,V ,,:. ' . i r. . , . The man hesitated. "Give it to me j it will be the means of recovering the others." ' ' -The poor fellow gave bim hia last coin. 1 be traveler - whistled ; ' a magnificent Danish dog began to leap around bim. ; " ' ; - - .''Here!" said the traveler) putting ibe coin to ' the nose of the dog. "Look!" .; .. ;. ; - The intelligent crealire sniffled a moment at tbe money, and tben - be gan to' run about the road., Everv moment he returned, leaping, and de posited in tbe band of bis master . a Napoleon. In about twenty minutes the whole sum was recovered. The poor fellow, wbo bad got bis money back, turned full of thanks toward the traveler, who had uow got into ibe carriage. "Ah, you are my preserver," said be ; "tell me, at least, your name. "I have done nothing," , said the traveler.: "lour preserver is my dog ; bis name is Rabut-Joie :" and then, whipping his horses, he - disap peared in the datkneea. Illddea aad Safe. One morning a teacher went, as usual to tbe school room, and found many vacant seats. Two little schol ars lay at tbeir homes cold in death, and others were very sick. ' A fatal disease bad entered tbe village, aod tbe few children p esent that morn ing at school gathered around tbe teacber and said : 1 "Ob, what shall we do? Do you think we sball be sick, aod die loo ?" She rently touched the bell as a signal for silence, and observed : - "Children, you ' are all ' afraid of tbis terrible disease. ' l ou mourn for tbe death of our dear little friends ; an i you fear that you may be taken also. I ociy know of one way to es cape, and tbat is to bide." - The cbildreu were bewildered, and the teacber went on i "I will read you about tbis biding place-;" and read Psalm xci: "Whoso dwelletb under the detence of - the Must High shall abide under the shad ow of the Almighty " All were bushed and composed by tbe sweet words of the Psalmist, aod the m roiog lesson went on as usual. At noon a dear little girl sidled op to tbe desk and said : "Teacber, are you not afraid of the diphtheria." - - ' "No, my child," she answered. "Well, wouldo't you be if you thought you would be sick and die ?" "No, my dear, I trust not." .' Looking at the teacber a moment with wondering eyes, her face lighted ib she said "Oh, I know ! you are hidden un der God's wing., What a nice place to bide I" : i - Yes, tbis is the only ' hiding-place for old, for young, for rich, for poor all. : , .... , . . ; . ..; , Do any of you know of a safer or a better? Dr. Norton. Heatal ' Activity. -If the water runneth, it holdeth clear, swe.t and fresh ; but stagna tion turneih it into a noisome puddle. If ibe air be fanned by tbe .winds it is pore and wholesome, but from be ing abut up growetb tbick and pu trid. If metals be employed, they abide smooth and splendid ; put tbem op and tbey soon contract dust. It tbe earth be labored witb culture it yieldetb corn ; but lying neglected, it will be overgrown witb ' bushes and thistles, aod tbe better tbe soil is the ranker tbe weeds it ' will produce. All nature is upheld in its being, or der and shape by constant agitation, every creature is incessantly employ ed io action comformable to its de signed use. In like manner, the pres ervation and full improvement of tbe faculties depend on their constant ex ercise ; to it God has annexed tbe best and most desirable reward success is our undertakings, wealth, honor, wisdom, virtue, salvation. Barrow. -. '' ' - : Sbe saw him talking with another girl at tbe post-office ou Saturday, and wben be called around Sunday evening tbey bad a mum sociable. ., Kentucky is payiog ever $11,000 yearly, for scalps of foxes, wildcats aod wolves. ; - ' ' A Hully Tree Ion bas been started at Chester, and one is io be started at Tiiusville. Tbe Roily Tree Ion is intended to popularize ..hot coffee in place of bot whiskey. ' : Ladies are beaitatiog about the next step ; the "Saratoga , limp," tbe "camel lope" aod ibe "kangaroo bop" are worn out. What stride sball be next tried 1 ''The Globe Hotel a Centennial $5 a day affair which cost $240,000, waa sold on Thursday tur$3,'Iv .- i . aoaaviaaaBsaaaaaaai a ,' There are already thirty thousand settlers iu ibe Black Hills. Go West young man."' .' '.. -."li ' If you were iu Florida and were trying to look over the , lops of - the eornauilks thai are growing you could u d it. ' ' - - ' ' A new London song is entitled, ''1 cannot say good bye.'' Tben wby doesn't be simply aay "Ta-ta.?" - ; : Emperor William nas refused Bis marck'a request to be peouioned off, but granted bim a lengthened leave of aoeeoce. . ... : , .,'.l4 v,,,!.,,, ;.j ;! .j- -.mmmmsBnnme : j . y Fonr new jog factories ba ve been established at Hollv Springs, Miss. Yet some one has said that leathern Democracy is dying out- -i : . C: ' I- t 'HI Jt ... li - Last year there w ere 252 divorce8 granted tn oan. , Francisco, j com pared with the number of marriages for the same period, 2,553. t propor tion is aa ut 1 to-10-. : ' ; President Hayes'- old friends call bim "Rnd." ? - I JOHN F. BLYMYER, flf It' .''V'i V" .!': . f I! . OCALERIN Hardwares Iron, Nails, Glass, Paints OIXiS, wii.-s".tillt-' t. -r- nf P1a. Saw. Hatchets. Hammers. Chisels, Plane Iron- A Jzes. &c B ack- fl sm if it ill aw inv aim am nm i.M --' v smith'a Goods, Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Files Hammers &c. Saddlery Hardware, Tab Trees, Gig Saddles, Hames, Buckles Rings, Bits and Tools. T.U. KniVes andTork,, Pocket Knives largest stock in Somerset County, Lead, Colored Paints for inside and Varnish, Turpentine 'Flaxseed Oil, &e. - Window Glass of all sizes and Oil always oa hand. Our stock ot Coal uu tramps is 1 xim rTWantstv!ei. Ditston's Circular, Mul?y and Cross Cut saws. Mill Saw FUes of thebest qriailiy Porcelain sriovEis, forks; spaies, kakfa ' 7 ' . -tJ? ! r- " -L;- " "' 1 Mattocks,' Grub Hoes, Picks, jScythes, Sneaths, Sledges, Mason Hammers, Cast Steel, Step Ladders, Carriaire and Tire Bolts of all sizes. Loookmg Glasses, Wash Boards, Ulotnes i nngers, iHem oirs, ., v.,, Tubs, Wooden Buckets, Twine, Rope all sizes. Hay Pulleys, Butter Prints, Mop Sticks, Traps, Steel vards, Meat Cutters and Stuff. rs, Traces, Cow Chains, Halter Chains, Shoe, Dust and Scrub Brushes, Horse Brushes, t ur- l . i n t . n.,. T a.Ii n;nHM Si-rowa T.Btrh-4 and everTtbine rj LUUJUB uu varus, nuw - , i s. in the Builders' line. , Cap, Lead, Shot, Powder and bafety t use, &c &c, The fact is, I keep everything that belongs to the Hardware trade. I deal exclusively in this kind of goods and give my whole atttention to it. Per sons who are buildin. or any one in need of anything in my line, will find . . . - 11 T ...til .Int.... tri a wi -inn ril p it to tbeir advantage xo give me " " i " j j,"" - - credit to responsible persons. I thank my old customers for their patronage, and hope this season to make many new ones. Don't forget the place - - TSTo, 3,"BAEE'S BLOCK." Aprils ':; ' - JOHN F. BLYMYER. . BEMOVAL of Wholesale Jewelry House. itar Una ani Inrr-miinir tnlns demand!" more iu " r Biu,-'n ttoo). and will offer to tbe trade oae auting of WATCHES Jewelry, Silver & Elated Ware, Arc, Jcc. asMCsialarsnlsfiM. B. UAKBLiT fc CO., 77 c New Firm. SHOE STORE, SOLOMON UHL, naving purchased the Shrx 8tore lately owned by U.CBeerlU. We take pleasure la ealllnt; the attention or pn title to tbo tact that we have now aad ezpee keep constantly on band as eumjileto aa aieilt ot Boots, Shoes and Gaiters BOTH OF Eastern and Home Manufactun aa oan bo found anywhere. Wo also will hare or hand oooataotlj a lull supply or SOLE LEATHER, MOROCCO. CALF SKIXS, KIPS. ; AND LINING SKINS Of ell kinds, with a raU line of Shoe Pindings. The HOME MAJTUrACTUKE DEPART, at EN Twill bo ia eharcoaf N. B. Snyder, Esq. Whose reyatatloB for auktng Good Work and Good Fits n Is second to none In the State. Tbe nubile Is re- specttally Invited la call and examine oar stotk, as we are uecermuiea to aeep pib as "i mm best and sell at prions as low as the lowest. . SOLOMON UHL. EST il!.:u 11 - -f t... fc- .' kt i r ' ' lwii- .1.1 i nl.ii li V. in... ar4 r i.it. l. 1 rl- ... VT.im T.ill CM. i. ..vCnVAN. i.1 BONO STEXj-T, Bw York. WALL:- PEa.' Do Zoooh a Co. snow nun aa ma la tbo Cn taenia 1. snow a collection ot isia-ns dt tastlako. Uwaa Jones, Morris, and Dr. Dr saer. They claim hotter facility and taato ; larger inantiiy and bel ter qoallty Tbeir cneiomers aeleet fmm new amis irosa too boh laeuanes ; Koous Inat juntlj praiead to BOTsltr an l merit. 1m Zouche a. Co. claim to take am rank in tio art deouratlTo, and sua ren te all work by tmrtm. Tbetr price ar snaiesx. .Special kadooi;nwnt to tbo trivia. . De OUCHlii & CO. lOl Fifth Aveno..PITTSIJLTrta. ITsxt to P. (. March U. DM I N ISTR ATOB '8 NOTICE. ftaia of Joseph Pile, lata of MilfiaTl Twp., iseceaaeu. Letters of administration un tbe abura stata ha Ting been xrsMed to tbe nndernirned, notice Is aeretiv iriTeB loUiuse iotlebted to il u auke laaaaer diate uayaient,and those havin olaltua anauuc it lAi (iiwukiucH tiui aaiDeuttcaiea lor stttui-uleui at Uaturilay, April n, 1STI, at the House of tha Admlnuttraua' is new uenterville humevh. rMTEK rlLiK, March HI. , . Aduitnlstratnr. jSSIQNEE'S: NOTICE . Whereas IMtrer ShsRcr. of Somrrset Two., hi Jeed of Tolttntary assiiraaMnt dated March Io, 1ST?, assigned all bis property to nw in Irast Kir the benefit ol his creditors ; notice is hereby given to all persons hvlebtod to him to mak imaeulat Ctyment to me, and thneo havlnic claims airaiaot Im to present them, duly aatbeotlcaied. lur aetr lietnmt at my resilience. In Unemahoniua- Twn. on Natarday , the tsth day of April. 177. jit;us . aila.L,CK, ( March SL Aatigneo, BSlONErs NOTICE. ' ': William J. Rlxavls. havinr made a roiuatarr aaslifnment of all his real ami personal estate tu main trust for baactlor creditor, all Bcraoas In debted to tba said William J. Mhoada, will make inuneniate payment, and tons haylnk cialms will present them to ma at th office of UoToorn a fHl autB to isomers, oa the2Sthitayef May. UTT. t.S'.ll APS Mill k U Atria-no. SSIQKEE S NOTICE. -: ' ;; ItfaalAV V TI- W l t 1 1 i . J - "niwu v.. ll. 1. ni Somerset Nmmsjh, Somerset tJo., Pa., hare mail m VimfD hi n w .ti innr mil es tate, ia trnst for tho benefit of creditors. Al I per aouaiatereatew laaas takanotlgs. , w . : WM. H. KCPPLE. ' sna.- Aeslfrnee of W. w. aw.tMntvls. jySSOLVTION NOTICE. . Tha partnership heretofore eilsUuK between J. M. Marsaall, Jaaowte. Hartmaa aud Sanner L. Wilson, UaOUif aod doiaa; basilicas nailer the asms aasl atyla af fort HtuXwmbor Cosupaaw, hersby nlnnirmd. AU liets- a imtebtod I o said Cotapaay will mak payment to th aodariatnMd. who are awthoriaeil to receipt fcr asms do aaiil Otamaar. , All passim havtareiaiauaralMt aaut UomaauH alU preaaat them far setUeannt and rff . , .. J. Jt. MARSHALL. , Marehat -" 3.O. HAK'fM AN. - & m mr .... IMiMMM 5cC, &o. tmntU in Stock CsrucDter'a Tools,; n- . - , . . rainier a - outside painting, Paints in o. . 1 W Brushes, Japan Dryer, Walnut Stains. glass cut to any snape. i ne . - lined Kettles. Handles of a.! unass room, asxl will, after April !, 1S77. oei-opy i fifth aeoBmfi ( nearly emwulie oar preseot lura oae or the Unrest ami best stuck ol goJ in too L'alteil Siaien. eo- iS. DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, BRONZES, WHOlEMLieiri.II.lll.IT. Fifili Avennr, littltirg, ffls if a 1st at home. Air'ots wanted. Outfit pi and terms free. TKl li a Cl., Aoiresta, Maine. m:ir JOMES FOR ALL. 1 h:ve for sale, on terms within the rra- h ot e ery sober, hxlumihins IndlTfdual, hnnfs, lots, farm, Umlier lands, mineral and, Iwildlnv lots. a , indillerent parts of .uunty. in parcels r from ooe-tourtn ol an acre np to l.ooo acres. Ti tee warrant!. Terms one ti ft b in hand aod th balance in ten equal annual payments, properly secured, fun need appi who ia o( t-r and" indust riohatiiis. CM suun, u some iA the properties will bo for rontlf aot aoi.l anno .mm l WfcYANO. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring to Gray Hair its natural Vitality and Color. A !rosin which is at once agreeable, healthy, a n il crtV'cttml for prest'ivinij the hair. Jt rton restores ft Jed of gra f li ft ir to its original color, with the A..--. and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, falling hair checked, ami baldness often, though not always, . cured by its use. Nothing can restnro the hair where the follicles arn de stroyed, or the glands atrophied ami li--ayed ; hut such as remain can be saved by this application, and stimu lated into activity, so that a new growth of hair -is produced. Instead of fouling tho hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it elean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair trjui turning gray or falling ofT", and -;t:!ise(piently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it' gives to tha scalp arrests and prevents the forma tion of dandrnfF, which is often so un cleanly and ollensire. Free from those deleterious substances which make some jirep.tr.it ions dangerous and inju rions to tho h.iir. tha Vigor can only benefit but not barm it. If wanted merely f.r a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found so desirable. . Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy lusir?, and a. grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., fractieal anil Analytical t hemut, iiOWKLI MASS. 4- V."---7M rmtW . i l'r GLEXX'S SULPlIUIl SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases or the Skiw, BeaITTIFIES THE COVI-LEXION, PRKVtNTS . and Remedies Rheumatism and Govt, llEA'S SlrtthS AMD AbR.VSIOSS OF TII LVllCLK AMD COT' VI FEACTS CuNTA&ION. This Standard External Remedy for Erop. tiiu., Sores and Injuries of the Skin, not only KCMOVES FHOM THE CuMi'LUtloN ALL El.EM- liUL 4riinr frnm loiil iittmirilic tS fk.- - "'"1 irz Lm tan an.I freck'.js. It renders the CUTICXE MAKVELOVSLY CLEAR, SMOOTH and PLIANT. ami ling a witaLEsoME bkautifier is fkr preferable to any cosmetic AlX THE REMEDIAL ADVANTAGES OF SUL PHUR Hatks are insured BY the USE or Glenn' Sulphur Soap, which in addi tion to its purifying effects, remeilies and pre texts Rheumatism and Gout. ' ! It also DISIXFFCTS CL0TH1S0 and LItKM and prevents disicasfs communicated by cox tact with At pt-.rsox. It dissolve Dandrltf, prevents uUJ, ness, and retat Js grayncss of the hair. riirsiccns speak of it ia high terms. Prics-25 mi 50 Cwts per Cike; per Box (3 Cakesh 60c. and $1.20. Wi. R -The 50 coot cake i triple the iMofthoie at &5 s "II ILL'S R UB A TTHISKEC DYE," Black ar Bfuwa, 50 feats. C. J. 121TTOT3I, fmp'r, 7 Siiti It., U IXECUTORS NOTICE. ; wm of Kenr Vonna;, lata of Somerset Twp., - deceased. Letters testamentary on the above estate havlna beeo a-raatol ti Ilie amtersitnel by the proper aathority. oic ia hereby men Ui all persona la. liehted to aaiil estate to make Immediate p,y toent and th-iee havlnjr clulmn aitainiit the same to pre srnt them duly aatbealiaatad t r aettlrment ami allowance, at tba reeiuwsce of the k wimr in Somerset 1 wp., Someiwt Vi Pa., on Salardav. th .1 aay af April, 1X77, when and where be will (iro bis attantlosi for aatd arpoM. Musts yot;.M. - March 14. lUecatt r. "W'ESTERX PKXN'A. rLASXIPAI. AND 4.:IEXTlF10 IMfTirUTK Th Ins'ltul prepare Stadent tor 'oileve. Fuainesa, Professional 8ohouis, Homo t if, and Teaching Location eleiated, bealthful. easy of ai-oene, ami pican-ine. eommal1n an extensivo slew of tJbaatuat Kkls-s. Fall eorp of inm mo tors, rivo enaraes of ritaily. (pi lo both sexes. Expense modcTate. Send for a eaiakisni Adilreas tb Prtrcipal, JONATHAN JOXES. A. Bee t, ....... lt. fleaaaat. Pa D.M INISTKATOR S NOTICE Estat of WUlLim Baer, late of Greenville Tp. unnasi. ; lasUars of adanlnlstnu Urn on th ahev state kav fatr aeaa trraatad to the sa.ienl(o.l by ue prop ar aathority, notice is hereby -irrn to Uraee In btda tomaitehrriwIlsteparmeot.aiHi lonm havtna; claims aanat M will preaaat tbem dalv aatkantleatwl tot aetcleavwt withoat delay on Friday, April, UTT, at the lata realdeno of de- M.E FA DLFY, , i ItANUlH HAtB. AdininitrBtors. Feh,Jl. TI7TE TAIJIsES. HALTIMOBE tt OHIO 11. It. prrrsBrBOH riTitox. t)u aa.1 after February 11. M7T, trains oa Dim nul will ltrt from and iti at depot, eurorr OrantaaU Water Street as fallows: EAST. w r. Mail. Uava rittsl-atgli a-Jaa.m. Cra.lil M.ee-W.T f-m " lawS'ew Y.k s j5 a. i f.Vaikriv a - HuUimore J.rtH " Waet hcwl'ia CouiwH-ili'lie ' Ml. flei-wnt ricTita C'tlio l-vle Miaemi PntM Rri.l i,-. jjrt I'amtierlaml l -1! .IS " ! H a. m, 11 . tn. lii . im. lit 'in 3U " ii:ii - hi -- a. m. l'!-:s (i. wi. - 'l a. m. Rkniarmd WaotiliuftoB . m a. i H'ir'' Firry Miinitniiim . timiivriUMi ' Kr-.diTairl M.ornil 1'U lilno le liiinnlowl Mt. 1-l.aMint .'onm-ll-svilte W e4 twa MckeeTrt ItraiDle k Ftlleoars n f . - e. il; I 14 ' 4.1: ft.ja ' s . i-i 7. .3 ' J.rtl - Martin! ira- Ituriw-i'w l-'-rry Wl-tlinfifto kii-limolui Biltinore Itiilad-lphia -$w Vrk All trains ma by Baltimore Time. 14 mlnates taster than Pittsburgh Time. Mail tnilnilllvxcept Sanilay. i . ..ni riit.ni iiaw :ara ihniaah to Washington an-l baltlinoro without ebann. tierenty-nv miies in snoneei, aau mi nniy route between th East aad West tia Washinj. ticket' offloes.eornr rifth Arena al Smith eM Streets and dei-t earner Or.nl and aier Streets, PittsMinfh. f. L. M. V 'L.E. Ooneral Ticket A sent. E K HYNUJaAN, SuptConoeiia.iae. aoasasrr a ariaiutai. rottrr SA.'LSOiB. on, and aflr May 7th, WT. trains will ran as follows, enanoetinawtthail passenKer trains oa th P. W. A B. K. B. (Mall trains dally. Ex press dally xcpt Mowlay . ) usava. aaaivi. Mail West I Wf.m. ' p. m Mail East 11 li a. ai. 1 i p. m. Mall East connects with Loral West. P. W. kB.lt. K r ass shuai rmvr. Express ti Express Wsst.... Mail East Mall West .... 1 U a. m .... a. m. .... 1x3 p. to. .... 4: i0 p. m OKIJINAL BOODTUtrS RUBBER GOODS, YuUanizel Rulber in ererg CvrutimMt Form, Adapted to I'aicertal Hte. ANY AETKLE IN HER FOUR PO( NPS W ElflHT CAS BE SENNT BY MAIL. WIND AND WATER PROOF a-annents a speciality. Our Cloth surface Cost cvuiliines lirs qarmtntt in aac. For stortuy weath er, il is a Ftijtct Ulrr I roof, and in dry weat ti er a NEAT AND TIDY OVEECOAT. IIt a peculiar process, th rubiier Is put between thetwocloth surlacn. which prevents Saullinq or Slukimq, even tn th kollttf climmlrt. They are made in tlire colors Blue, BUck nnd Brown. Are Light, Portable, Strong and Durable. We are now oiririii- them at the extremely low price of JIO cai h. Scot pjst puid to any address upon receipt of price. When ordertuic, stat six round chest, crer veJL KeliaWe Parties ilcririn; t see enr onts, can sem' forourTrwIe Journiil, airlnr descriptkas of our leading articles. Bofure-ind vet the Urtytnal itOvsytir t strmrn Vulcanized mhrlcs. ,!eil for Illii-ncl price-list of cur f-orar-l faciei GyMaanura. Address carefully, Gocijear's Balilicr Curler Co, OOT liroailway, P. O. Bji 515 York Cilr. Feu. 14. XOTICK. Ilavins! tLisi'ay purchased from J. W. Palton, bis cotire stuck ol mercbanuizp. I promist! coutinuiu? the mercantile biwiDPSs by tatrryin!? on a general stock, anil mtst respectbilly wilicit palrnnaiie frum tbe peo ple of this tow n anil vicinity, ami all others in want of rikhIs. I intend aildlnir troin lime to time, such goods as will make tbe stiH-k u citmplete in all (lepartnicnts that il will be In the interest ot Hume in want ol goods to call and see me before purchasing else where. En. E. Patton. SoxF.itsET, Pa., Dec. 2i, lHVi. Aiier day at bom. Samples wnnml IU PVti free. Stiss a. t;o., Portla.lh mars Sewing Machine FOR SALE C ZEE IE .A. 1?. Any (ne itrlDjc to patrchAi- flr-t eliflnSEW IN(i M Ai'Ul.Nt J- oa very reaUnaaM cerms will pleaMcall at the HERALD OFFICE. O. W. StAnnLF.K. x. OrtilUt iant Aiiplt, IHUFFK'E AMU 1XHHMAKV. . Sl Penn Ave. PUtuhorvh, Pa. All dismaesof r.TE. W.AhX aw) Til HWAT. ami Casairrsi sooRessinl- lv lr..l.l I hiMlu. li. I'klMu. 0?V -"False Pn'plls.-"Croose.l Eyes."-Vi lid yl Hairs.' ( aarer and Tumors of th im, cjtr, iuee vr 1 ppaii, r 1 r i a n ". Weepiaa; tyea," Ptoaia. Conical Cor- nea.Forelxn Boilies, Extirpation, Ac. skilllnlly pertormeite Artificial Eyes inserteil. Send for dt-s crlpiiv and illustrated pamphlet of juiyii SF.JfD 2se. to O. P. ROW ELL k CX. New York, air Pamphlet of IO paa-es, euotaioina: llsts of i.oO newspapers, and estimates snowintt ousi of advertieina. man) SSIO-TEE'S NOTICE, 1 ia Till H. Yownsr, ha Tin a; mad a vnl nntary aslirameni of all hia real aad person al estate to me in trust -for henetit of ereiltuira, all ieriions lnleMed So the saHl liavtd H. Yona, will malie Immediate payment, ami thus havtnic claims will present them to me at th of fice ol t'oiiHirn k Coltmra. in Stomerjet. 00 the loth day of Alay, 1877. ULU. SrASULI.K, Feb. Aasltfne. "UTICE TO STOCKUOLDECS lunuior the ssLisnrttT kail koaoco.) Notice Is hereoy aiven tbat tn acorilanc with the Charter and ity-Lnwsof this t;ompuny an Anneal Meetlm! oi Stockholders will b hel't at the odlce 01 the Company in the Town of Som erset on MomKy, March 28th nex'. tie tweenthe how not ui o'clock a. ta. aad S r. a.. sr the election ot a tttri of Directors to serve for the eosnins: year ami tor tho transactk of snrh other buiuoess an maj he broaghl before th met: teg. NOAH SCOTT. Feb. 21. Secretary. "V"l We will start yoa in ahasinessyoa vy can make a week wltooot capl MflVPV till; easy a respectable tor either UW'' l' 1 sex. M. A. Y.mott. -Ml Bowas New York. Feb. I The well knowa Mack horse, imported from Enlaml, IV I OO E It, will staml lor servic at mv farm (rosa tha ! of April io lb stb day of Juiy. INSUHANCE S1.-..00 The prls cits hroaicht the past few months tire.1 br this Hone la e. Kletxie t has the half tlo"l mares brintt the money, ranttinc from al46 to ajou. twelre hca-1 havma been sold at an averaire of tall tei. Tbis m.y he the last opportnulty brm rs will have to breed to th! tine Horse. -Also tu Hambletualaa stallion ALHAMBRA, will Hesllowed to o tea few mans during th season at jg.A to iusore. March 4. PETER H EFFLEY. A Eool iw lor lie W Ma A FARM FOR SALE. HHaate abnot on mil from rvnnellsvilie, rna taiaiur V acres, a kaa rirh sou, a lane aew fmme Sank barn and fowl dwelline. hoas. As a frail frm It cannot he excelled contalnir.K as It does sOO enotcw apple trees, and ahaadaaee of oth er frail. Aaadawy farm It taa fortaae. as It is a mil from a thriving maaafactarins; town, aad has water hi vmy arid, fences auxl. Si-hod koaa twe boiMira.1 yanls from kosn, aad the d ranua of a rood locality. TEK.MS. One-third at pnrehaas money down, aad th balanceft i sail parehaaer. ' Apply ta ED. EAOLEN. JsnU. ' CoaiMilsvIll. S3