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Th: Swfcerset Herald . ,i.n,hd every Wadncaday Morning rtPH .oBum, I" wllienrUe t M .II mvri!ljr.b charged. N. .u Tli U U1 b discontinued aotil aU ,Ur..K "" F",mcr Br'ecUo notify wneB M,',!rlherl d0 00t 0,11 ..ulrKri removtog from on Posiofflc to ea olner should give a the bum of the former u u tb present office. Asdilrea The Somerset Herald, Somerset, J'a. I A TTOnXETS-A T-LA W. . ' i-w t:i.I ATTORN KI ATLAW U ,'c.i h."'y sntrNmsIoB Agent, Somerset, lilho ta Alemmuin suwea. .. ., irri.urT 1TUT SIM Jult S H. m((Uv m.kuJ iu u lysines rt-Vi lo'lilm. Mout-y advanced on collection , ctace in Mamtuotb ijuiidiug. U. TRENT, AlTUKSLl-iTLAH. ivwurut, JYa'. J wnuTICK. Alexander H. Ooflroth dm U' oii in Alamtnoth UuUdiag. - . - ,11 V L'V T T 1 UL' je.ier.nrealastai, somerset, "l" ,a it" ... ....... .,.., to his cure with attend " " ..... 11 1. j.r.ici.aesssnd n-iBuij-. a H . L. BAER, ATTORN ETT S AT 1a I', Somerset. Pa.. wUipracUoelnSom- -w ad'otmng eoumi.. -Ira'i'J ; w lb wdl U prompUy ntunded to. ....iN.i K1MMLU ATTCKNEY ATLAW, I I .,.-u F-, will "tend waUbuslneaseu " ... tuf care in Somerset and adjoining conn- nth bl J Ames l. ruGn, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . r iffics, Mammotn Hinca. up stair. ,lm Cr St. Collection "J" i-lie imlne.l, and all IckhI buu !ed u.wlih proioptneM nd ndeUty. J kN"AKm)KNtY ATLAW. ....ILUM H. K(KNTZ. ATTORNEY AT UJ Slau i Printing u It..- J UIIX K. SCOTT, ATTORNEY ATLAW. t;!!''V Mro.!'d t Ui csr mended to with . . .4- ... i inia.iin it iff . nu II h ''UNEY ATLAW. ' tunn.Tt, rin. , .n Kl H KVPI'EU ATTORNEYS AT ( iL Alt tmtv. cniruste-i te Ihelreare will LWi'lv.uJpunotuiiUy attended . .. .o Slain Cn tree npolte the KiBawta rif-. . (. (hiLE ATTORNEY ATLAW. Pa. rrute-si"tial turnifM tmnni m; ere ( aitctt'ieu ui w iui i"""'i"- orr.v eying, Deeds, Ac, t."ii:'.er . iVl.'l ftre. V c. F.WALKER. rUYMClASii. ,.i j t MILLER nf permnentlT located I it ti -tin tr (h prucuce of his lrrion. '. .I--"" Oharlee kriiu)ter'a Kure. -tl. iK. h. KRl'BAKER tendcn nw pruieenonw I i. f f to the cltlen tn tsomemei aim Uj iiRiltrtsiiiace,oueaioj- n. K E M. KIMMEL will continue w praeiice w Ik t.Iui:" of S .merMl awi mrrouDdin i-.tt. at I tie otu piace, a . .tli.ill.lf H.M. II..' . .. . -,..!.- . ki.m k nn ataira. liS M. COLLINS. DENTIST, Somereet, I ' I I. ' 'li:' ID V fl'-"" - , -t - - i be cai at all timet he found prcired to do (Pi oft ri ur.if 'J ucn a omna, rca " ri- ac Aruflcinl tort h ol all kin.la. and ot Uf t: ai wnii. itisened. perati.m warranted. Q. lilLLEU, after twelve - I'i.i-e titLc.ire In Siiackn-ille, ha . . . , ... . ' . a . i l'. Vlv. o'l tm.r tii .ro!e.ial aer- r .t in t e ri-.itrne ol S-ioirt and vicinity. .' it tl. I'niir Store, oiit-wt'e the Karnet L w ete h can he cuultod at all time i. .r. : - .-.-i nilly cr.iried. a-.r :it4i,fWjii:j anrerrad. i il i. Dr. w. r. flx1)Es5eSo, I. If Itf tlfiil Nnrpeon, S:i M Eye ani Ear Infinnary, l::a:ei pemascCy h tie friEZZCirSlTS treatseat cf all :"::v.3 f lye rd Sar, hclui "iritsssf'thelfea ttrsat (:-.. 0. go Month lre fclrel. iVJsis. X lilLLS, EHTIST. t. i'a "r.-th k Nt-lTi new tlldinc. JOU D ' i .lierstt. Pa. ! t:Tlvr, ! "i vr rt-eer k Freste' store. aiiia;eret. i ii. ti Ufl hnfn yer 1 h aratiy re "i i-nre ol artlHi lal teeth lu nil piace. jff lu-rra-u.j demand f.-rteeib ha In- --. air : ,i eniarife mv lacilitie that can rji-t .H-i, ol teetu at lower prte than yoa " rt t-.eir tu .nt other place In this country. . .' ,j -t ot teeth for a, and if t.;. m4 uc a,., win, m.f tfc a.d c - tj lrt( if artrea.iilnir eouiHie that tcetHur that l4 irtrtnc a'"1" Mt 'I . th- j- ens cU on nee at any Urn and gat irtf' '"t "? c:,or:'. e.-':i ' HTiriC AL TEETH!! I. YIITZY. ZilF. C1TT, x-ntrut Co., ra.. V,; Jll i.: "oi of i'm tvSt t'tii It..l-ifje; ! ped the I''it.i stt fica paid t" theTrea ' th r-vtiral ttlh. those wtiit(t to !.r c?. cc b e&ci.M&: s arap - elT HOTELS. I i'AMOM) hotel. f". t !t-!irBd well known be ha la'ely 'y' "e" I.' rroiied. with ail new c-. " "'n 'arr. wUk-L ta aia-te It a wry Kjj' 1' ' plae for the trarrlinc public, r. ' can iu( oe rjwod. all tpe- i bT'L'm w ;t"a Urite Mie iiali ajlacbed r -B-t- A.o iare n.l r.-onr etatdiUK. " : U da, Of mc-i, KAMIXI. CI S TEU. Prop. b E. Cur. I'-iamied. SI'- " StomtuWD, Pa. ol tlif ar a an Rovaana In. JOSEPH HERR, 'lchmker. I i,retrarf ai aU ' w ;wuh you a trsKuuw Jlm eir. either U the line of m TCHE8 OR CLOCkS. . b,,,,,,. : Workgaaraataed. ! 1 VOL. XXVII. NO. 3G. BANKS, ETC. NEW BANK. -:o: Somerset County Bank CHARLES J. HARRISON. Canhler vxd Manager. Collection mad in nil prt of UicCutau SUOM. Ubargef modrnte. Butter and other rheckf col lected and eaihed. Eaatera and Western ezebanir alw.yi on hand. Remittance made with prompt neat. AeeonnU solicited. Partiet dMlrlng to purchase LT. 8. 4 PER CENT. FUNDED LOAN, can be accommo dated at thli Bank. The cupont are prepaid la denomin atlvnn of mo. aicKS LA CE M. BICU AEeiits for Fire an! Life Insurance. JOHN HICKS & SON, SOMERSET. I'A.. And Real Estate Brokers. ESTABLISHED iav. Peiwuf vho defflre to tell, bar or evchanre prop. en j, or frc rent will and It to their adTanUre to reicitter the defcripti thereof, aa no ehante to madeanlem ctld or rented. Real estate ha La eel irenerally wi.lbe promptly attended to. a oki. CHAS. O. OHTO.N. CHAS. H. FISH KB. ORTON & FISHER, CIGAR MANUFACTURERS FACTORY NO. 7. Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN. CIGARS k TOliACCO. We are now manufactcrinir for the wholesale trade, better clear than have neretolore Ipeen manufactured in Soincraet county. Aa lor Hav ana and Common Tobl.n. we clititn to tw manulae- turinn the brrt in the istate. We call the atten tion ol Retail Dealer to pnr flock and prior. In our RctiiU Store we carry the hiirheat and hocKt, a wrll a I lie chrapes t grade ol Smoking and liewiiig Totiacni In the market. JO0 pe, pijie stems and ail kind of amokets material. )' Factory and Retail Store at No. 3, MAMMOTH BLOCK. Jan. 14 SO SIMPLE A CHILD CAN RUN Fashions 1J, a fc t losUi. rat They rg atpecially deticned to rnfgt the requirementa, w"iho detjre j fJnaMII They re ynurpgaed jiTstyle, perfect injit, " 60 aimple that they are readily ynderttood by the most inei.perienad. Sead 6a, for cat aiogue. Addr, "Domestic" Fashion Co., NIW V0HK, Dee E XECUTOR S NOTICE. Estate of Andrew Smith, late of Quemahonlng townihitt. de-ced. Letter tealameiitary on the ahore estate hae t:n lieen rrauted to the Klesl(ried iij ...e pop crau'u.Hji r, Li to u u: fooy arn en to ttiose in dehted to It to makeiir'metnatepayment.and those haviua cUijds aiainrt It will prrsrht them duty av?l entica'ed for aectlement on Sat urday, liar h 1. at the hotie ut lb deceased. ' jljllji JJMITH, J, a Einwr. A IMl,IsTlUTOH'S NOTICE. taie of Nancy simpf. late of Quemahonlng 1 wp.. decee1. Letter of admiuiftraxion on the alove estaU l. ttiK leen r ranted to the nndernlsned, notice I hen i ) sitveu 'o those UxtVlned to It to nke im uirdiaie paiment. aoi ihiwbaelna claim arainM It to present them duly authenticated fir etile- it on Sit rday, .larch 'i, .t",a;trejuearj oi evil.'. . i I- - , i - jacob.bowma-;;, Jan. TJ Administrator. DMINISTP4T0R'S SQTJCP, Zi "t Jnhan Weudcl, Wte of aumerjet J ('., deueaaed. Latter of adiciaiitratiug oa th above acuta havti''e""''d by theproperauthority.Botioa I hervt'V jiifeLto tlrUHli-o:eo toittomaaelaim diatt pay turtit, and tboae hvlni(clmlin aa-atnst It Xu i-reM-nt them dui ui be Hicaied for eillement onTunorday. Apiil, l.'. L:, at th boaae of the A-tn.uii.rator. ' i'-'O. . i.y.u;f.- 1 33 UliGE bLES 1 ..c . - ... 'M. ' - . . w -- - ' , feral I ii'.uc Utlie foft an( bt Udd, . .- . u(.ai,nl M...IHH Hill fir P! Tuesday, Fdruur,j J5, 18T9, at 1 o"e ock r. .. oa the premie. the building ( a Ckvcred lridite orer laurel Hi I Creek in Lower Tuikeyhiot U.Wnthlp. where th nuMie . .. . i li.... t . .... t.i V nirwo"d cri'OCS j id rei vi said borougu.lii -! ' ALHU. ' ' f ,n Weinetlay the th djy of Fehnwry. 1ST, at oVlo.k f. m oa the premise, the building e a bridav oer Kruh Crcer ta Pfo'thaaj-soa u an i.ip. at m.pdaf ur M pc'K r'.i ff f Salt rreTiai near ' K am men mill In Aid uWi.-Llp." '-" - " On fit lay ihr kath iay of Feliraarr. 17. at I p'.iuck a. v.. n th rrrsiian. toe buildlnr of a e-vcrel brfijfe otwt oJ.aJJviTl 3 ' "n'.limp ! '.'SZZl", Tiler the 'die road erosee said run sear the I'nlon hurca I ald township. Mu.nJ pecincata c.a he seen l.'J tT.miul sher I tthee. atter tie ll'f uy 01 It rar7 a .d w I be ub eahlHtlon on day of ale. . WiL is. K. BMXWWJa. ' Clerk, i. C. CR ITCH FIELD JON AS Vtt LiNToCK f iU. , CoWtj:iknr. T)UBLIC SALE. ite Tirtaeof the power contained In the last wl'l and"tetmcnt ol Hensy Server, late ol bun In 1 p.. Somerset t.. Pa., dee'd, theander laned Execu ors ol aid drBcased will oHer tor sal by public outcry oa the po-mine. on l . Saturday, February 22, 879, at 1 -clo. a r .. tb fojloa iog defcTibod property Ol said decewiwd. to wit r " . A certain tract d land la Allegheny Twp , 8om erlt Co. Pa , A''t--in!ng Isod of feimon Rrtsa InLr. Edmund HcniiisiT. Ettas Suhrle and other. o. huiiilogfccranlar..wano, r which li0 a. re are ciearod and the uaiani well timbered. 1 ire n a first-raw trcharl on thi rio, nod aUo a 6n suar camp ; and has thereon erected a lie twesu.rr h bouse, a good barn, spring bouse, and other twthuildiug. and also two (en, aieid h.we with talie and other 7 buil ltnr connected with them. . . . , 1 Eh..U.-Oue-third la band, and the blane ... ..i.Ii.tbihim wucoai Interest. J X. B.-Sue-tenth ol the parch e. muaey to be pW dow. day id .!..ohi gARVE1L J.a. Eae-ator. Bklrtulr.htouTm.2 r 50 3 dp ru'P U It JS M aa U f v, N1 it.xii T A DIES 2 - m"0omestic" Paoer 1. 1 L I U J J Q . he MISCELLANEOUS, A.J.CASEBEER&CO DISSOLUTION. -:o:- TIm partnership between A. J. Casebeer and Wm. 11. Freae,has been a I sso I red by the with drawalof Wm. B. Freue. The book are In the bands of A. J. Casebeer, and all accounts must be set Med. either by note or cash. The b ashless will be continued at th OLID STJUSTX), n the S mth west Corner of Diamond, by CASEBEER & CO., Who will keep a good supply of GENERAL MERCHIPISE On band, and as they bny their Goods EXCLUSIVELY ForGASH Will he sl.leU sell their g ad on BETTER TERMS Fur the purchaser than any other STORE IX TOWN. THEY WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE THEIR OLD FRIENDS TO CONTINUE THEIR PAT RONAGE, AND GIVE AN INVITATION TOTHE PUBLIC IN GENER AL TO GIVE THEM A CALL. Dec. Ui. N OT1CE. Notice Is herehr given that appeals will he held from the ascesemrui ol is; at tne Commtaluners' ohioe, Somerset, for the several districts of the county, a Mlow. rls : For Jetiner township, Jennervllle boruifh, Onn euuugh. Paint, Shade St iystown a-jroagh, Qoe mahoniuc, Stonycreek.'New Baltimore borouKh, Allegheny, Jeflcrson. Somerset (owuslilp, Somer set boMugh, Kerliu bormgh, Hnrther.vallcy, on Thurs-lay. the iwth dav of Fehrnarr, next. For Ailillson' lowerTurkeytoot, I rsina through, Conflncnce borough. I pper 1 urkeyytoot. M l.l.l le ereei. New (.Votrevillc horough, Mtlford, S uth amton, Wellrlurg borough, Greenville, Lari mer, r iklick, Kallsbury borough. Summit. Bley ersdale borouah, .on Knday, the list day of February. 1H7V. When and where all persons and corporations feelina themat'lvrs aggrieveit at the enumeration and valuatiouot tlieli taxable proierty and ef lecta, maie pursuant to the aevrral ar.u of Assem bly in uch ras mae'e and provided, in requested to attend and state their grievances lor retires ac cording tu law. The appeals will be held on the above mutkm ed days lietweea the hours ol 9 o'clock a. X. and o'clock F. M. DENNIS COOK. j.c. vm itch field. JONAS .M.CUNTOCK, (lummlsslooer. W. M. S.HKIK k, Jan. St Clerk. rBOTEIM. "For sinking siwlls. p pali tits, dlstlnesa. palptta- that Hop Bil in ana low stdrtts er will wit cure oil rely on Hop Bluer." lelp.". 'Hon Bluer bnild "Read of. procure and use Hop Hitlers, and up, strengthen, and i will h strong are eontinnally ifE uealthy, and happy.'' nrst clone. Ladle do yo wr,t lie atronir. health v. "hit &kia. rocy heeks. and tbe tweet- ind beautiful t Then est breath In hop Bft e Hop Bitter." "The greatest apjie Iser, stomach, blood ind liier reuulalor-- rr. - "KMneyand Vrinn- ry comt.laltits f all luO oefS.aneBtir cur tlop Bitler,.-! I .-d hj Hp Bi iters." Clergymen, Lw. "Soar ftcma.'h, ilck heaiiai-he. ami diss! vers, Koliors. Baok- rs, atxl Lille teed neM. Hop Bitters iwe. Hop Biitera Daily." WltJ I, 111 MUMS." "Take Hop Bitter :hree time a day and yoa will hare uo doc ;or bill to ay." nop Bitten ha e 4ored to lriety nJ eaitn penect wrecg" rom intemperance." For ae hy GEORGE V. Sl'EERS. Som erit, Psnna. nrnmm mm mm (PitleharRh,(i:ablEnd,)I. ' t Toiicgiate ycr ppen ecplepber 2tli. Location 4 rnilt- trota Court House, orcr-Iotikinj; East LiUrly Tl!fy. Tay of access n(l free I'rrrn niioke. Tffni ftr Uatrdioe pupil reduft-il. i'vr parlivuiars aad catalogue appiv Li Mlf! IJELf N E.PELF-TREAU. Acting I'rtaidt-ct. GEO. A. r.EURY. Treurer. Ag ; jGLE t. NASBY PAPER-. IlKFOkK lOlS per send lor a perl me e j-y or the 1 wleulw hlaalw. It I a Mamtn Kh Eight-Pair Weekly Paper, of flxtv four Column tilled with carefully prrare4l reating matter ot inicrrc. anu Tarei' '"iile In ail nart o the 1'..1 "t4 , ,,''. 1 SPECIAL yEAfyirES. AJ! tlte rr.p-:ncpta which bar mgdp Tbb Blaue so popular ai) "et the Culled litatri. yllj he regularly continued, namely ; 1 he Popttlai Lettert olthatdtstiniruished Drmocratic pulltmlan, ftti- r-flreteu V liy, whleB as wmteu i prraly lr ink Hi.iUt ; our Houtstd Department, a rih depository ot practical lnlirmatk.n uou4h jeets of Interest la every notot; a Toast; Ft fie Dsurtsveet; Kcllrtoos Deparuneau trmbractng U vt eealy Sur.day Set Ml le5a- t:har.!;.Fo? 2; Ufi B.itituJil'V 4 d -oinort :Jka fct. ilr Virakli-ad Isklriied I Anwar f Cerr aoaamts. ami iMeuteM Mews lm all part ef lue . w M. Th BtAD elrrulate lanrely-in cenr State and Terrttery iu ttwl'nim. aW -rry wnefe ecoentl a; te hrut ldjett Mwl i: i tit'tt nl- lnfc ahvTftieja. Ty-aJyM 4i aj-vea-willlngly be wiCueuttt. " Anioeg the tscw h-aturVs lot thui winter are aerieudf- . . . 3. . v J. , . -1 ADuVrxiBTilie ViIm-h SLttcaf. by one who was there. A new Serial Story wa C muienced Nov. 14th. Another on will "o . menw tn Jeuner. - Tl LMo -Siiiikuopy, par year, : flv eufest BI each; ten or mora oso Bl 3 ach. aadaa extra eopy with every eiab 04 tea. Specimen eofde sent Ire. Send for one. Address TWLEDO BLABC.Toled,lil. FIFTY TEQUSAKD BOOKS For lent alfPrl. We are now r.ffering to th public, postal e p. faidia one-ftalf tn reghiar nrtc. fifty houaand Volurne M buica twoka, ct prunoa History, "bonfraphy. Fiction, Poetrr. Ha ttor. Blediral, RriiiKHS and ScleoliOc Works, adlikautof fctandard Authors. etr eta. These buk re (elected br or Mr. Loll (Nsst.y) from lb shelve of lb leading pabiiabci of the eoautry, are all new and Iresh. and are tb tden ti -al euillxu) bandied by th retail booksellers. W have mailed thooand of tbe book t all parts of th cuantry. and every book seat rat I warranted to be exactly a n pi wonted and ta gtv entire eaUalecuoa. CATALOGUES FREE W bare printed a larga and enasplcu enta logw of oar Hook, arranged by nbtcu aod .) appllcatlua will mail copies free ta. any .address, U e hail a is. b glad tu end fpatlmea copies of the Blapu whewTr asked taaoaa. All pel son reading thi adeartMemeat arc eoro tally invited I to seed a by postal card or otberwtee th name I of themselves and friend, addre I 10LEIH) BLADE, TnlHa, Oki. 0.01 BOOSEBOBLATEB. Sooner or later th norm shall beat Over my (lumber from bead to feet. Sooner or later tbe wind shall rave la the long grass above my grav. I shall not heed them where I II Nothing their sounds shall signify. Nothing to me the headstone fret uf rain : Nothing bo me th dark day' pain. Sooner or later tb run shall shine With tender warmth on that mound cf mine. Sooner or later in summer's air Clover and violet blossom there. I shall not feel In that deep laid rest The sheeted light fall over my breast. Nor ever note In those hidden hour The wind-blown breath of the tossing flowers. Sooner or later th stainless snows Shall add their hnsh to my mute repose Soon or or later shall slant and shift And heap my bed with their daxzling dtifl. Chill though that frozen pall shall seem, It touch no elder can make the dream That wrecks not the sacred dread Shrouding th city of the dead. Sooner or later the bee shall eonie And fill th moon with its golden hum ; Sooner or later, on half-poised wing, Th blusbirds about my grav will sing Sing'and chirp and whistle with glee, Nothing hhi music can mean lo me. None of those beautiful thing (hall knew. How soundly their lover sleeps below. Sooner or later, far out in the night. The stars shall over me Jing their Sight ; Sooner or later mv darkling daws Catch the white spark in their silsnt onie. Never a ray shall part the gloom That wraps me 'lound in the silent tomb : Peace shall be perfect to Hp and brow Siionoror later, 0 .' not noit t WHO 1 MY MEIliHnoR? Ob, wbt a lovely bunch of psn- 6iet: la it possible ther are tor me; ' I exclaimed to a tiay, brown-eved girl who placed a fragrant bouquet of tbe gold and purple dewr blooms id my hammock, in which I was idly swinging under tbe big maple. "Aunty Lee sent them," raid the wee child, "and she hopes tbe moun tain air wilt soon make you well, and she's your neighbor down under tbe bill." Who is this neighborly Anntv Lee ?" I arked tbe woman with whom I boarded, when nert the came with in hearing of my voice. "Ob, then, she sVent you sume pj- sies," replied talkative Mr. Evan, coming briskly from the garden and sitting down on tbe steps of the little porch so that she might entertain me while she was ebellin? her peas, thus "killing tew birdtt with one eton," as she said. "I was a wonderia' tew myself not tew minutes ago how long 'twould be afore rhe'd Gad out about ye aa' send ye suthiu'. I caa't see, for my part, how she can afford to do as she does. "Why, what does she do?' I in quired. "Ob, she says she aims to be neigh b.riT, -and if anybody happen? fo be sick anywheres around she sends 'em utile thing to eat and flowers to cheer 'em cp, as she says ; ani i-fce always ha, fcer komio work in her pectet, and ser kdd j its of knitting,' as she calls it, grows out like magic into gloves and mittens and wrist lets and stotkin'8 that t-hs gives away." "To her frlends-people fully able to buy them, I suppose?" 'O dear, no. Ta poor children and to ole men and women that 1 a'prwe are really needy, and that set great store by her warm and bacdeome present, for her yarns are aa bright as ber flowers, and I've told my man a good many times thai tbe color went half toward makin' ber little gift so weloome. An' tvien sle has so much comp'oT." "llich p i le from the city, whose visits she returns?" ' 0 land sakes ! no ; poor folks that are tickled most to death to get a in vitation to ber pleapaDt little' home. Yes, ber bene is n iiDs.in' pleasant one, though ber man is only a poor mechanic. She's always a sayin' that fbe'd ratber do little good ev ery day aa aha goes along than too b3 a waitin' tew do some great th'sg when she gets able, aa' than, p'rLaps lose her opportunity and never do notbin'. 1 told ber one day las-t year, says I, 'Mis' Lee, 1 should rutler be put tia' sumtbin' in the bank far a rainy day than be giv3a' away all the time Ancj says $be, IMri Eying, that's yiour way, aa' its a pood way. I don't Sad no fault wiia it, but all tbeio ,L,ngs ibat I give away would never get into tbe bank, a,q' so you see they'd ba last, an' I should paag away withe ut ever doiu' anything fcr mv blaster. An I don t want u go to bed a bight without ihiukiu' that have tried that day to lighten some fellow-mortal a Duracn, brougi( a smile to' some face,' or a streak o' sun shine to seme heart, if it's only givin' a bquf;j q' poripg :,g tfcfJ fibt r-per-et." "And these flowers cost ber good deal, at first and last, I suppose ?'' said I, caressing my pansies. "Oh, 'twould cost me a good sjecl to run tucb f.owei garUeo rra "she does) but J4i' "Lee' iftys ebe's not slroog, so ebe gits iresb air, sun baths and exercise in Je j jjti'jn ud spends fr tide' 'vorin' (n j.'hefe tnetjead of visitin. Sbf; retuuf a!j feer fljn by eegdin',er oropHu.eota a tjantri fl Pft'-'f 8.5' t'su. ; r .t,m MMB, uircD evtuw uuv iaii j iuou about, I presume ?" ' o- 'bere Isn't a child in the village but what would run it- legs efffor Annty Lee," and Laving finished shelling ber mess of peas, oy talkative little bor.es trotted off about ber work again, saying, as she disap peared through tbe door way': "It's well enough to be neighborly, of cjurse; but Mia' Lee might see the time when sbe'd a wished she bad a lettle sometbin" out at Inter est!' Tbe Vermcnt mountain fir agreed wih me, my health gradually im proving, and staid on and on, week after week, spending a great part cf my time, when tbe weather did not positively forbid, in my hammock under tbe maples. As yet 1 bad not once seen my neighbor, Annty Lee, but grew to love her oa account of tbe pretty nosegays tbat continually found their way from ber band to mine by one and another cf her children messen gers. One night, late in August, tbere was a heavy tbuoder-sbower. The sudden downfall of rain swelled the little river tbat skirted our village to s veritable mountain torrent A mill- in sot 0 ESTAI5LIS H K E , 1 83 SOMERSET, PA., WEljlfESDAY. dam some miles up the stream bad broken away and the angry flood came rushing down, sweeping all be fore it. "Aunty liee's QUSDand a snap is gone," shouted my fcostess, Mrs. Ev ans, as she kaocked at my door in tbe early morning aftr tbe storm ; "and tbat't not tbe worst on't, tor ber gar den is all washed out and undermind ed, so tbat it'll take- ft purty pile o money to fix it op again, if ever 'tis lived. ; I wondor now ef Mis' Lee don't wish sbe hadn't been so neighborly. ana so had a lime sometuiQ' out at Tinterest," and it really seemed to me as if tbe little worn in was chuckling to herself as she patted down the stairs. ; a a .i a in less iran can an or at sue came back to mv room with as doleful a looking vieage as I ever saw. "What ever is agoin' to become o' me and my man ?" Bbe cried ; "and we a getiin' to be old folks, tew. Our savein's were all in tbe stock comp' ny up to Minotsville, in tbere because they paid more interest than tbe bank ; we otily tuk it out o' tbe bank a little while 8go, au' now their old mill has gone clean cfT an' tbev'll all go to gineral smash and we along j with 'em ;'" and tbia lime she went slowly groaning down tbe stairs, I ccuIJ bard;y help p'tying the poor woman from tbe bottom of my heart Tbere was great excitement in the little village, as a matter of course, but Aunty Lee was reported to be as 'chipper" as ever. The nosegays came to me every day aa usual, Dot quite so many nor nr great a variety as formerly, for a part of the garden bad been washed aray, but enough to give me an increased admiration for the sweet old lady who was so persistent and unwearying in ber neighborly acts of kindness. Tbe next Monday's local newspa. per had this unique notice at the bead of tbe village items: All who have ever been the recip ients cf kiodly deeds from 'Aunty Lee,' aud who wcold like to recip rocate now in her day cf misfortune, are invited to bring their supper to Oak Grove on Thursday afternoon at Sre o'clock, and talk tbs matter up over a 'neighborly' cup of tea." At tbe time appokited I bad a car riage come to take my hostess and me, aud tuy banket of- cakes and buns fresb trom tbe bakery, to the beautiful grove. As we were driven along I was surprised to see so many people, luucb-baskst in band, speeding in tbe same direction. - i "Almost everybody in town is go in'." said Mrs. Evans, hiirb aa Ijw' rich an' poor." As I was teiug agisted to a seat, tie gentle,, motherly little woman spread a Sufi fchawl -vertLa- bsxk if . l .... V . ' " . ice cnair mienaea lor me anc qaics iy folded another shawl for my lame foot to rest upon. "Tbis is Aunty Lee," said Mrs. Evans, and the sweet faced little wo man and I locked into each other's faces with a little curiosity, per h ape, as w?U as sympathy, and shook baods cordiallv. 'I don't know what a'l these good people are to do witb Elijah and me,' she said, with a smile tbat was as genial aa a sunbeam, 'but the minis ter would Lave ua cotue, and be and bis wife drove around for us. Tbe minister ascended tbe plat form just then, and after tenderly yet impressively invoking the divine blessing Le locked down benignly upon the faces upturned to bis, aid witb a toucL.ing iotonaton of voice asked. 'Who is my neighbor?' lie then went on to tell how Aunty Lee bad answered thai question' in regard to himself. 'When I erst tectr.e acqia'ntad with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Lee,' tie Said, 'I was finishing my theological studies Lere in the village witb Dr. Mills, aod they bad j isumarritd aod settled down in their little bouse yonder, which tbey bad inherited O&e day I was sent for to pi-rath on trial in the adjoining town of Lux bt.ro.' My only coat wai worn ttreadbare, extensively patched, and I had no way of procuring toother. Feeling sorely pjrievod and dispirited, I started ouv fr a walk, ecd fur the fftkp bf telling y trouble to 6onie fellQW-treatur, and wkh no thought cf receiving any aid in the premises, 1 turned into Mrs. Lee's bouse, and read to her t ha invitation I bad from LuxWo, id frankly told her why I could tot go at present Lt are it to tbo Lord,' said tbe good woman, and forthwith sho pre ceedeu to taze my measure wits a piee of tepe: 'is boie,''8be contin ued '.wrjte your sermon nd cortie fcere again on aturdaj orniog.1 'I obejed. 1 subsequently fcand tbat the woman bad actually taken a piece ot ilo'-b tbat she bad laid by in tbe bouse for a cloak for herself, aod, tailoress as she was by 'r&o, iui eut and uto a coat Ooralt' ) preached my'trst sermon in it, and shortly received and irc?l.te ri my first call'- - 'Ob, dear!' whispered 'Aunty Lee from her seat by my side, 'he's paid me for tbat coat every Xew Year's day Moce, and it wasn't moch for me tn do after all.' Msor Oufoi'd, the richest man in iowii, was the next to take tbe stand. The old people smiled and nodded their beads, but tbe young folks '.oo'i ed at each other and wandered whit he could be Indebted to Aunty Lee for. "When I was a boy," tbe SJajo; began, "I was bound out in H to a very, very bad master; from whom I determined to rdn away. I availed myself of an oportaoitj to escape one Saturday afternoou, when J was sept to tbe pasture to salt tbe cattle came straight over lbs mountain to thi3 place. I wanted to get out of tbe State aa socn as possible, so came di rectly to tbe bridge down tbere at tbe river, which is, yoa know, the New Hampshire boundary. Jnst after I bad stepped upon Vermont soil, I overtook, on tbe road, Mr. and Mrs. Lee. young people theo. Tbey bad a basket and a spade, aod bad b?n digging op wild flowers o transplant in their garden. Althocgh an entire stranger, tbey accosted me kindly. Noticing that I bad been crying, Mrs. Lee asked me my trouble. Before. I knew it 1 had blurted out tb whole story, and bad been invited bj ber to go borne witb them and stay over Sunday. I was, of course, 'only too 7. .FEBRUARY 12, IS79. grateful to accept the invitation After supper we set out the plants, and then Mr. Lee took me witb him down tbe hill to tiie bank of tbe brook,' as we calied'iTtsben, and into bis little machine shop. I soon evinced Piy fondness for tools, and confided to him an invention that in a crude form Ion? bad possession of my brain. Being a natural me chanic, he saw the utility of my in vention at a glance. The subject was not mentioned on the morrow, which was a quiet, re9tful day to me. Mrs. Lee loubed me a clean linen suit be longing to ber husband, and I went to church with them, The next day Mr. Lee went over to II and made terms with my master, because iirs. Ijee said .sbe , could not allow me to feel like a runaway. Then Mr. Lee took me into bis employment ana gave me a corner la bis shop, w Derail coola, a. odd moments, worK at my model. .My invention proved a success and made my for tune as you all know. I aai thank tul, my friends, that I am able to re pair tbe damages done to the dear little homestead and to rebuild my oia inena a scop," and Major San ford sat down, wiping bis eyes with bis handkerchief, while his delighted audience applauded vociferously. "jvear ueart:" said Auntr Lee to me, "what was be talking about? lie's paid us over and over, and be's tried and tried to make Elija go jnto partnership with him, but be would eot, aod 1 won't let him." Then followed one minute speeches by tbe score. "Thev kept me three months when I was sick and borne less," said one. "I made their bouse my home for weeks when I was out of work," said another. Ten home less workiog girls were married in their parlor and went out into the world with their blessing. There was a great number cf touching little speeches from those who had receiv ed flowers and delicacies in illness and warm garments in time of need. And so from theiu all fljwed con tributions of money, the greatest part ot wtnch was salely placed in bank for tbe benefit of the Lees when old age and failing strength should over take tbem. "Iear, me !" said Mrs. Evans to Auotv Lee, "you've buea leudin' to the L jrd, and he pays the best inter est alter all. I never could under stand before ; but I dew now." ''There are some of us so poor that we cannot give such as we have. A smile or a kind word even will come back to us in kind," said Aunty Lee, and we all brushed away the tears .hat we could not suppress while these touching speeches wtre being made, and went to our homes. ilr. Annie A Predion, in Chicwjv Stand qrd-t-r -a -r'- ..--.'''-- Haw keys hkefrbc. Oa tbe Maine Central Kailroad, 1 believe, io one of my letters, I spoke of the spell of reserve which enclosed the people of Boston, when tbe stran ger approached theiu. I have found what a wealth cf good fellowship, warm, broad-hearted humanity un derlies this reserve' when a closer ae quaintance has worn? it through. I don't know whether I mentioned that I didut find this ratber repellant reserve, which tbe stranger is almsst always apt to misunderstand and Oiiecoostrue, the characteristic of all eastern people. If I did not men tion it permit me to mention it now. Once in a while you Lad an eastern man who U as cbarmiDgly free from any cold, unsocial restsrye as you Could with. While on my way to bath, a ship carpenter got uo the train at Port land and sat down beside me. I'retty soon after an eff hand remark about the weather, be said : "Docs this car run right through to Bath?" I said I didn't know, I believed it did, but I never was on ibis road be fore. Then the straoger stood revealed in Lis accent 3ud is pjofesaioa of ig nor s,a ce, &nd tee abip carpenter cast cj all reserve, put on the pumps and immediately applied tbe suction. "Had 1 ever been in this country before?" "Fever i I had never been in New Kogiand until a week ago." Then be "wanted to know." I made no objection. Then be reckoned I wsu going to Bath or Brunswick 1. ' ' ' "Yes," 1 said.. "Which one ?' be asked.. "S.atu," It was none cf Lis business, be said, but be reckoned I was going to Bath on some kind of speculation ? "No," I said, "no speculation j was guing tbere on . Jsgiiiaate deal." ' "II,ow ;' Le a;ked. "Qj regular business," i. asid.. It wa? .one o tjs trainees again, bat wb4t was my bu.?ioti- at Bath ? I W fi'sf ltere to talk. Yes ; aud who w as I going to talk to? To anybody who would, V8va o me. CUf. yes ! I bad sometLiog to sell ifcen r I might sell an audience, I had done such a thinr. Yes ; well, of ciire If I didn't wadt lo tell my business it was all right There wan't oo barm in ask ing. Was I from Boston No. If it wan't a secret where was I from? ' Burlington. Ob, yes i up in Vermont. No. "No?" A long pause. Xi$n' 1 say Burlington I" Yes, 'But it wan't Burlington Ver mont?" No. "Ha ; tbere was another Burlington then ?" Yes. Where ? "In Nebraska,'- Eagerly, "And I was from Bur lington, Nebraska, then 1 No, no. Dejectedly, "Then tbere was a Burlington some where else still" Yee. "Where?" Wisconsin. - - "What part of Wisconsin ?'? - Southern, not far from Elkhorn. 1 er aid Cautiously: "And was that the Burlington I was from ?" Oh, no. "Ha: what Burlington might I be from ?" Burlington, Iowa. "Tbat was my home?" Yea. "What did I do when I was home?" riayed witb tie labv. "Yes, but what was my business?" Wrote for tbe newspapers. "What newspapers ?" Jlawkeije. "Ha ; then I Was the man that was going tc lecture in Bath to-night?" Yes. Then be "wanted to know," but without saying what, went into another seat, curled up and went to sleep. AtliM-ked by Urlsxllew. Several years aaro, ia the neigh borhood of Hettenshaw, this county, a remarkable bear boat occurred. It appears tiiat Dr. btanley, while on a viol l to Hettenshaw, axpressed his earnest desire to. go bear -bunting, and one morning be started, in com pany with Green French, George Burgess and Joe Lightfoot Arriv ing at a thicket, the dogs gave no lice of their near approach to bear, and. tbe party decided to station themselves at certain points and let the do?s go in and drive tbe bear out. This was done ; but tbe doctor becoming impatient entered the thicket himself. Tbe heavy under growth made bin progress slow, but be fought Lis way ahead until he came to a fallen tree lying in a little galch. Helping himself along by tbe limbs be arrived at the upper end just in time to be confronted by a huge grizzly Jear. Retreat was im possible, as it had been wi:b tbe ut most difficulty tbat tbe doctor had advanced so far ; there was no tree in convenient distance, and aa tbe grizzly showed fight, tbere was noth ing left for him to do but shoot Ta king deliberate aim with bis Henry rifle, the doctor fired and tbe bear foil mortally wounded. Another load was sprung from tbe magazine into the rifle, aud the doctor, looking again toward hi3 prey, was surprised to see a second bear io the same spot. This he shut also, and quickly reloading, wan yet more astonished to ee a third bear in the same place where he bail shot the other two. Again tbe lever moved and a fresh charge went into position, aod again tbe doctor looked up and discovered a fourth gnzz'y cemiug toward him from the same opening in the brush. Whang, went "tbe gun again aud down went bear No. t. By this time t& doctor bad cot excited aod warm-' ed up, and he kept moving tbe lever and firing into tbe bodies cf tbe tears until the sixteen shots ia tbe maga zine were exhausted. Meantime, bis companions, hearing the shooting, and presuming tbe cau3e. made their way to where tbe doctor was, with tbe ioteniiun cf assisting him, but fonnd hi ai on top of tbe largest bear, with the others strewn about him, shouting lustily. One was an im- mense grizzly, so large that the bun- tera could not handle him, and the other three were good aUed grija'ies, probably about two years old- Tbe shooting of four bears br one man. without ever changing bis poer.ioo, is something bitberto unheard cf, even in the most highly colored an nals cf tbe Western wild Trimly (Cat ) Journal. A t.aiabllBC weldeX. I once found myself on a steamer going down the Alabama river. These steamers have oa the saloon deck, a very long cabin, and at one end of the cabin is a bar where liquor and cards are sold. Ooe evening, kr the voyage occu pied several days, a passeoirer asked me whether I would plav at whist; i assented, ana a wnis-t party was made up. I soon perceived that I and a decent locking old man, who was one of tbe players, were being victimized by tbe two others, but I plyed quietly on until every one ex cept tbo captain, who was seated at tbe other end of the cabin, bad gone to bed ; then my brother victim, after paying bis losses, which amounted to several hundred clours, went to bis cabiq. took the csr da in my band antZ aked what I owed. It was two or threee hundred dollars. "Captain," I said, "be good ecoagh to eome here; I've baen cheated." Up jumped tbt) gamblers and asked me whether I wished to iosu't them.. The Captain, a sturdv lookjiyr can, was now by my sdo. s? I 3u,ed him the parus and requested him to exscice tbem. They we', marked fo'tbe manufactory, the stars on the back f vacs particular color beiog wade either Libber of lower at tbe corner?, Tne gamblers swore they knew n tbiog of it and bad bought tlieaa of tbe bar keeper. Ila'4 a tiocn citizens were i oaw4 l!ed to set as a jury, asi tbe bar-k?eper was interrogated. Alter some shilly-shallying, he ownd. that one of tbe gamblers 11 given him some packs ta iti- Tbis wa3 entrgb ; tta engine waa stopped, and tLo gambler landed on a swamn, wtere they probably died, 'or it was a bng way from asy habitation, and as the C-ptin said, a place where only snakes could live.' Laet year oin? and a bal million barrels of Pennsylvania petroleuta were shipped to foreign lands out of a total production of fifteen million of barrels. A youog iflker thought to puzzle tbe editor of Le Figaro by asking him when two men of equal age and rank met which should be tbe first to, bow. Tbe editor calmly replied, "Tbe more polite of '.he ;wo." Nevada has CUO.OOQ ia r treas ury, 'and the peopl are urging the building of an insane asylum and a school cf mines with it Col. Thomas A. Scott, a? joriing to a I aria paper, baa Been almost completely restored to health since aia arnval in Europe. Davy Crockett's only surviving son, Colonel Hooert r. Crockett, ia living ia Hood county, Texas, old. poor aad infirm. WHOLE NO. 1 440, Tate Bible. ITS W1SI AND rUOI.rSJME COl.XSEL. Who composed the following de scription of the Bible we may never know. It was found in Westminster Abbey, nameless and dateless ; but, nevertheless, it is invaluable for its wise and wholesome counsels to the erring race of Adam. A nation would be truly bappy if it were governed by do other law than those of this blessed book. Il contains everything needful to be known or done. It gives instruction to a Senate, authority and direction to s magis trate. It cautions a witness, required an impar;ial verdict of a jury, and fur- 'nishes tbe judge with bis sentence. It sets tbe husband as tbe lord of the household, and the wife as the mistress of the table tells him bow to rule, aod Ler, as well, how to manage. It entails honor to parents and en joins obedience to children. It prescribes and limits tbe sway of the sovereign, the rule of the ruler, and tbe authority of tbe master commands tbe subject to honor and servants to obey, and tbe blessing and protection of tbe Almighty to all that walk by itt rule. It gives directions for weddings and burials. It promises food and raiment and limits tbe use of both. It points out a faithful and eternal guardian to tbe departure cf husband and father: tells with whom to leave his fatherless children, and whom his widow is to trust, and promises a father to the former and a husband to the latter. In teaches a man to get his bouse in order, and how to make bis will ; it appoints dowry for his wife, and entails the right of the first bora and showed how tbe young branches shall be left. It defends tbe rights of all, and re veals vengeance to every defaulter, over-reacber aud trespasser. It is the first book, th best book. It contains the choicest matter, gives the best instruction, affords the greatest degree of pleasure and satis faction that we have ever enjoyed. It contains the best laws and most profound mysteries tbtt were ever penned; and it brings tbe very best comforts to the inquiring and dis consolate. It exhibits life ana immortality from time everlasting, and shows tbe way to glory, It is a brief recital cf all to come. It settles all matters in debate ; re solves all doubts, and eases the mind and conscience of all their scruples. It reveals the onlr living and true God aud shows the way to Him, and seta aside all other other gods, and describes the vanity of tbem, and all that trust in such ; in short, it ia a book of lawa to show the right and wrong; cf wisdom that condemns all folly and makes tbe foolish wise ; a book of truth tbat detects all lies and confronts all errors, and it is a book of life, that shows the war from everlasting dea'.h- It contains the most ancient antiq n'.es and strange events, wonderful occurrences, heroic deeds aod unpar alleled wars. It describes the celestial, tcrres ial aud internal worlds, and the ori gin of tbe angelic myriads, tbe hu man tribes and the devlish legions. It will instruct tbe accomplished mechanic and most profound critic. It teaches the best rhetorician, and exercises every power to the most skillful arithmetician, puzzles tbe wisest anatomist and exercises tbe wisest critic. Il is tbe best covenant that ever was agreed on the beat deed tbat ever waa sealed; tbe best evidence tha; ever waa produced ; tbe best tbat will ever be signed. To understand it is to be rise in deed ; to be ignorant ot it is to be destitute of true wisdom. It is tbe king'a best copy, the magistrate's best rale, tbe bouse keeper's best guide, tbe e&rvant's best directory, aod tbe young man s best companion : it ia the schoolboy's speiling-booij and the great and learned, lean's. nvtf3rJ'iecv, I It contains a cooiew grammar for novice, and profound mystery for a SB. It ia aa ignorant man's dictionary and a wise maa'a directory. It affords knowledge cf witty in ventions fur tbe homorGUi, and, dark sayings for the Tr.?e, and is also ua own interpreter. Jt encourages tie we ; the war rior and the swift it overcomes ; it jjronysea aa aternal reward to the excellent, the eonquerer, tbe winner, and the prevalent And that which crowns all ia, that tbe author is wita out bipocrisy "la whom ther is no variableness or shadow of tarniDg." In tbe laaies' waiting room at tbe Central depot tbe other day were a newly married coupla Vom G.rsa Lake. They tai been visiting in the city tw j or three days, and were t!ja ready to go home. Tbej sat aide by side, of coorii, hia arm aronnd ber wait, and she leaning on bia shoulierf A, long waisted straa je from the East having waa' eyes and a big heart walked in, saw tkem thus seated, aod, in. about ft minata be ased of, the husband, "Has tbat wosjaa tbere got the toothache?" Tbe husband looked up ia surprise, bat made no answer. After two or three minutes the long-waisted man again remarked : "If that woman baa got the tooth-, ache, I have a bottle of peppermint ia my satcnei cere." ins unae roued her tug eyes around, and the husband looked some what; embarrassed Tbe man from down East unlocked hia satchel, fum bled atuosg sblrta aad collars, and brought op four ounces of peppermint essence. He uncorked it, toqeed the contents of the bonis ajainst hia big red tongue and, blading it to wards tbe bia!aod, said feelingly : "J.uat have her sop some oa a raj aad rub ber gums with it We'v,e used it ia our family fur-.." The bride's eyes, tkew oat sparks aa she lifted hr head from, its loving posit.lco, od striking; at the bottle, snarled out ; "Tuthache, yoa fule ! If yoa doa't know tbe difference 'tween true love and tuthache, yoa had better go toi grass with the geese !'' A s'elebrateel Irlaw, n(r. Dr. KerwiD, the famous Ireland's Eye murderer, was released from Spike Island prison, in QaeeBStowa harbor on Saturday, after 27 years of incarceration. The murder for which this man was convicted in 1951, waa one of the most celebrated criminal case Ireland has ever known. Dr. Kerwio was a weal'.fcy i and very distinguished physician ia I Dublin. During tbe early summer ! of 1355 be visited the island ia the harbor of Dublin, known aa Ireland's Eye. Soon after the body of Lis wif- was found on tbe beach of thi.- island. Tbis woman bad been stab bed to death with tbe blade of a sword cane. The viit of tbe doctor to the island was readily established, but tbere was little or no evidence going to show tbat his wife bad ac companied bits. Indeed, tbe evidence throughout was of a circumstantial nature, aud tbe efforts put forth by the doctor's many wealthy friends to save bis life were unceasing and multiform. The ablest legal talent in Great Brit ain defended him. Tbe jury, after a protracted trial, convicted Dr. Ker wia of murder in the first degree, and be was sentenced to death. Tbe (jueen taking into consideration the fact that the evidence upon which tbe prisoner was convicted waa whol ly circumstantial, commuted tbe sen tence to penal servitude for life. From tbis sentence be was relieved aa above stated, but the greatest se crecy ia maintained among the pris on officials regarding his departure from the jail. Remedy" lorTrwwhl Work is your true remedy. If misfortune hits yoa hard, you hit somebody else bard ; pitch into some thing with a will. There's nothing like good solid, exhausting work to cure trouble. If you have met witb losses.you don't ant to lie a wake aod think about them. Yoa want sleep, calm, sound sleep and eat your din ner with appetite. But you can't un less yea work. If. yoa say yoa don't ffs-l like work, and go loafing all day to tell Tom, Dick and Harry tbe story of your woes, you'll lie awake and keep your wife awake by your toss ing, spoil your temper and your break fast next morning, and begin to-morrow feeling tea times worse than yea do to-day. There are some great troublos tbat only time can heal, aad perhaps some that can never be healed at all; bat all caa be helped by tbe great panacea, work. Try it, you who are afllicted. It ia not a patent medicine It has proved its eflk-iency since first Adam and Eve left behind them, with weeping, their beautiful Eden. It ia an efficient remedy. All good physicians prescribe it in casea of mental and moral disease. It operates kindly as well, leaving no disagreeable effects, and we assure yoa that we have taken a large quan tity of it with most beneficial results. It will cure more complaints tbaa any nostrum in the materia weJica, ant comes nearer to being a "cure all" than any drug or compound of drug ia tbe market. And it will not sicken yoa it yoa do not take sugar coated. Trtaster of lata liar). It is recommended that in purchas ing horse it should bo borne ia mind tbat tbere is a direct 're'aiioo between tbe horse a forehead and its disposi tion and qualities. Tbe face must be very broad be tween tbe eyes, but it should taper a little aa it approaches tbe ears. If the breadth ia carried all the way up wards, the top cf the bead will be too wide, the ears ill set, and the horse probably sulky. Aa in tbe being, to ia tbe horse, a great deal cf tbe ex pression cf tbe countenance- depend on the eye. It ia a most marveloaa index to tbe working of tbe mind within. Aglanc at it will often reveal the benevolent, feeling, the sulky disposition, or the vicious propensity, that is about to manifest itself. Tbe reasoa of alt this must be meet obvious, when we remember tbat it ia ia direct commu nication with the brain tbe materia instrumeLt through which the miml operate. Tbe eye of tbe horse should be kindly, strong, bold and fiery, yet ge tle looking: It should net show much white, aa that oken indieates a vic ious disposition. A horse tbat is looking back so far aa ta expose the wtite cf his eye ia generally oa the alert for mischief, and ia not to be trusted with bia heels. The eye givea a strong indication both of temper and temperament ot the animal ; and it ia easy to jnde from it whether activity or sluggish ness prevails most la Hia aiMklagt, Tbey shoved alcxo winJow sill ia the postofcee to give Wicked Jack room ait down, aod then re sumet ;ir conversation about Saa ts, CUu'a gilts. One hoy got ft knife, another a pair of skates, and the third u&jnmered ft little aa'he s'aieti that he had received a diamond, pi a. 'And yoa traded it for a dog? in quired one.' 'Well, do; I save it to the ba1y to play w:.t and he swallowed it' T'iamonda ia good enough for cokj moa bootblacks,' observed Jack, aa be cleaned bis. sails with toctbpick, 'bot yoa otter seen the gold watch 1 got ! I tell yoa tbe fourteen diamond and twenty-one pearls ia tbe ra?e made me scream right oat wheal hauled it from tbe blocking ! I wa so weak ia the kneea I ecu Id hardly git dowo town J' 'And ia it up home ?' inquired a boy with ft frost bitteo ear. Vp home ! Do yoa think I'm Jassea caady ?' scornfully replied Jack, aa be got down. 'Not math ! I rent J it to member cf the Legis lature at two dollars ft day. lktrii Free Pre. He tbat runs may read a great many things concerning lis charac ter, especially if be runs for aa of fice. "Men cians. of sound pnoci'iJvti M mi- Women tx say ncthiig. fun ay. looniest Womea ween tfcer art seldona Ia driving ft Lea ft woatu ie sloi but shooher. bat claws of women are moat apt i give tone to society? Tbe belles. At what lime ia a cigar like an o2 maid? When there ia do match for h How did Job Baxter get hia pretty wife? yoa ask. Why, Job Baxter, of. eooxse.