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NO. 30.
MIDDLETOWN, NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DELAWARE, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1872.
VOL. V.
72. SPRING. 72.
S
Hanson Bro
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TOWN HALL,
UK
HATE SOW IS STORK A FOU. A SI» COSI
PI.KTE I.ISR OF
DRY GOODS,
Foreign and Domestic Dress Fabrics,
SHAWLS AND SCAHK8,
WHITE GOODS,
I.ISF.SS, KMHROIOKRIKS AND LAC KS,
Xmlriiclnj nil ll,r Xui tllùt of Ihr Si
'.V U
— »
,LSO, A FI LL LISt Of
EARTH EX WALE,
(JCEEXS WAKE,
Groceries, Provisions,
BOOTS & SHOES
?
fact every tiling usually kept in n
\n«l ii
SToHEa
y hist r lass detail
Print Low.
April tïfli, 1H7J—ltn«»s.
J. M. COX & BRO.
MIDDLKTUNVN, 1 >KL
r.*r Particular *te*ti*n pem to tt*/mtrimj.
■pr C—6m i
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«TILL be opened on the loth, of September,
JLîîf^vt.ÂSUt te tîroo
tt-tttt.***.***.
At.lehoroogh
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^Il'ILDF.ltH OF FIltST CL AS« NVoltK ONLY.
A I -A r v s r-n.l Sojs-rior Sluek of
CARRIAGES!
now on h»n«l. made «*j»rc*jlT for tliifl
kvt. »II of w lii* h will t«e difl|M»***tl ,»f ou
rm.*«in»blv term», on«! jfuaninirvd
to t*e wh.it it i* rv|»rv»i nfe*l.
uiar
TIIOMIS .HAJMKY, JR.
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKKIt.
Main Strtft, »Mt door «o National llolrl
Nlddlflown, Delaware
C LOCKS. W*trl»r*. Jrwclry, Ac. neatly und
!>rotnt>tly rcparcl
Alwavs on turn*! and f«»r suit*, t I«n - k». NN utt uc*.
Plated Ware, Fork». Spoon». Silver Napkm
Ring». Silver Tbimtdcs Salt. Siijjar und T.u
S ihm 1 ns. Butter Knives. Hold Bm»»t-Pins. Ear
Rings. Flnger-Rlngi, Sl.-eve Ituiion», .• «
Tuna,. Watch Ke;», Key Rings, Steel Watch
Chain», Ar.
&
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*n*xT ron
Dcnxxrs SPECTACLES.
Dee. 1*—If.
ATTIsMOBOVUH PRIHD', ISRTirt'TK,
young MEïT and boys
ATTLKBOROLall, BUCKS CO. PA..
July 10—3m.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
J UST race! red, » cargo of VBR T SUPERIOR
cost.
$7.00
2240tb«.
1140 lbs.
«.no
Hut
ST All order, will r»aJj' ! J' r m5.V 1 t , m/IS 0 ®'
CHEAP
STOREM
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(JA f*S
HAS Jl'ST REl'BIVBU A LAItCiK A.SI)
WKI.I. SKI.KL'TKl) STOCK OK UOODS
CO.NSISTIXO, IS PART, OF
UK Y UOODS.
XOTIOXS,
I
UNOCKUIIS.
hoots.
I
SHOES,
n a r.y.
(JCEEXSWARE,
WOOD d WILLOW WAKE,
kmithkxa- stoxk hakk.
fish, mi:ATS.
lit: ai»y-m ahk
CLOTHING
>
AI.SI», AtîKXT FOU
WAN AM AKER & BROWN,
And in fact everything usually kept in *
FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY STORE,
d
rtt.iiit.l Lc j.lci
All of wlliefi
lo ha
I- ; I,a
(\\u. .wn i:\AMt\E.

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E(t/{ SllO Wl\fi HOODS
SO rUAimE
TERMS CASH!!!
J. F. ELIASON,
Cheap Store,
Middletown, Del.
apr 27—tf
100 Dollars
. R. STEPHENS & CO S.
n
SPRING AND SOMMER GOODS,
i of great Variety and Style, allow prices
tor Cash.
! W, will at«., pay lo all iwrwn« pureha.ln* to
i the »mount of Five Dollar, or ovi-r. S per vent
in Silver
W e re»j«-tf«Hy invite all cmIi «-uyer» «o çiic
* "hand akrgeVariety Jl'good« ' '
of the Hin«>* for Nyw
' Little Rasher. I rii-c
1 rnTTV^ t "x r U I > /"A \T TV'T'S
THE IMPHOV XlD
FLORENCE.
TMK DK8T MKWDtti UACIIINK MADE
The only machine .hat make, four d, gereut
.PtehesyThe onty .fasten,,.tee,Ms
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j p i,"'l Uh .-a«- rapidity and oulelne./oj
JÄÄi', ,! h' r 4
cÄÄÄ-sraswa
i n '„ry coun.y t .„ v . v . Bw . vl .. I1 „
C. MAISEL,
IN
SILVER COIN,
To K*, ^iren awa> ii
PREMIL'M#,
sv
s
C A 8 II 8 T 0 51 Ii .
l 9 tuok *»f
offvriutf it
NY y «r**
\ || Sole wners
County, ol Hall
T.u p iv . Dollar*.
«
: B
8. R. STEPHENS 1 CO.
.Mi.Mtetown. Dct.
Apt it 27—tf.
TAILOR, iFrom Paris/,
lilt Chestnut Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
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may 21— ly
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£flfd j)or!rn.
Little by Little.
vwr» ••«me, nnd the old tears fn,
How little l.y ifttlf. i.ll thinü» prow •
All tliinu* pr
Little tiv Unie |uissiiip away.
I<ittic lif little, oti fertile nlain,
lUpcn the harrest* of poldeo prain,
Wiivinp und fluahinp in the nun,
When the summer «» t last Is done.
; Little hy Mlle they ripen so.
As tin* new years tome, and the old ; ears go.
I laow on the ground an acorn lie*.
Little by little it mounts lo the skirt,
Shadow und shelter for wandering herds.
Home for n hundred singing Idrds.
Little hr little the great rocks grew,
Long, long ago, when the world w.ts
Slowly nnd silently, stately und free,
('Hies of coral Minier the **• »,
Little hy little are httilded—w l.ile so
The n«*w years eotnc, atnl the old ) vart go.
Little hy little all task* are df
So are the rrowns o* the faithful won,
hearts Leg un .
With work and with weeping, with I
play.
Little l.\ little, the longest day.
And the longent life are |i
itltiMit return —
When the
I all dreat —
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?*o j-» ht »veil i
gliter an*
{ .tiruv,
w hi le*
v.
and the old years g
Tin
! stop
: the
I one
popular 3 ïïiürrll;tmj.
The Key of Death,
The following >itigutir tr;tJitiuti ii rc
luted of a key in a collection of curiositic*
. ,i r .i . i . at
About the year lMjtl, one of those dan- .
, , , , , .
geroua men tu whom extraordinary tan tit
is only tlm fearful source of crime and
wickedness beyond that of ordinary non.
came to establish Ii in* If us a no reliant or
preserved in the arsenal at V enice.
ol.l
Do
I'rof.mndlv -kill- I in
be allowcl In...-elf no
trader iu Venice The stranger, w!
name vra* T« balbo, became enamored of
the daughter of an aucierit liotiac already
aftiinticcd to another. lie il mande 1 her !
in marriage, and wa* of course rt
jeeted Kong 1 at this Ii »(tidied how
to be revenged
meelianie.il art.-,
rest until lie bad invent 1 the in *pt Cr
iblai! weipon tliat could b - imugiin'd
was a key
f which was !*» coti-wti ueted that it could '
ate
i, al „i i
This
f larg six-, th • ».
.

be turne«! round with little dim ulty
When turned, it disclosed a spring, whhdi. '
on pressure, laumlied from the **tli rend
j a needle or lane« t of such aubtile tin« ties*
that it • iitere«! the tlesli and bm i**d its« It '
an extern t! trace.
Tebalbo waited in di-gust at tli • i
"!ti !i ill«* maiden w!
n * su-picioti id injury, but, mixed with
sharp ami sudden piin in tliw ;ni J-t «>f the
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l»e fainted. and was earn d t<* a
,
if!i *it ! i\ i
them
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tt'îî-'X«.
bellt (ii* ti>*11 The assassin - nt tli • si ii*
r> eciv«.* the tiunlial

-1er steil. unpereeiv<*d. mt«> th«* breast of
i'll«* WOUII b 1
t n bad
the bridegroom
c» r«*im*ny
lii- own h 'U*c amid the bum ntatieti- « t
the bridal party. \*aiu waa all the skill
ot the physician, who could u*»t divine th*
eau-«* of this sträng« illne-s, and iu a few
days he di d.
Tcbalho again demnnJed tli«* hand of w
the young iiiunlcn from her parents and
received a second refusal ; they, too, per
isln* 1 miserably in a few «lavs.
The alarm that these deaths, which ap- •
peare-1 almost miraculous, occi-ioncd. ex
cited th« utmost vigilance ef tl»«* magis
trat. s ; au I when, on el«»se examiuati *n
f tin b lie.*, the small instrument ww
found in the gangrened rt«-!i terror vr;;.
univer-al: every one fi ird for his own
! i f »? . Tin* manleii thus eru lly orphaned t
had passed flit* first month of her mourning
iu a convent, when Tcbalb... hoping to
! bend her t«* bis will, entreated to speak to
her at the gate Her r* ply was most de
S. ci'l. dly in the uegative.
T. bill bo. b«*si«le himself will» rage, at
tempted t«» wound her through th * gat«
ami succeed* «1 ; tin* obscurity of the plae •
prevented his actions from being observed
On her return t * h r r«»«*m. il» • mahlen
felt a pain in h- r breast, ami uncovering
it. she found it spotted w ith a single drop
u f blood The pain increased; the sur
geotui who hastened t» Lor assistance,
taught by tlu* past, wasted m» time in eon
to j«c»cr«>, lui. cuUing Jeep iuto tlio wciuml
vent «Ipart. fxlrat t J tli. 1 needle before any
uiortal ini.eliiefliad enimnetieed, and »uve.1
çiic |)lu | ifu ,, f ,| |0 | a ,|„ , laf0 j„ ., UC ation
' j n«cd every mean, to diseover the hand
whieh dealt these insidious and irresisti
The Visit of Tebalhu to the
Nyw convent caused suspicion to fall heavily
rii-c u . )on . |||. houso was carefully
' -e. a . t ii » .
rie finest speetmen of Brussel lace re
, «luire, the labor of M ven person, on one
& T,\î JJC
gereut used of e„,ui.i«e «Jenes», which is spun
in dark, und , r f r .«und = where is j
fSt^pnU:;. HZ so delicate *f
arrang ^j that all the light admitted shall
r 4 j <f up;«" «he work l. i...eh material
f not two inches wide from «wo hundred to
1 Ä "ä "■»' ÏT~'.-"
(t i» the sunshine and not the eloud that
makes the flower. The aky is blue ten
time, where it i* black once

b e blows.
earefully
•arched, tlte infamous invention diseov
SI
i cretl, and he perished on the gibbet.
Never Tempt a Man.
The lute eelcbrZI John Trumbul.l A
when . boy, re.id .4 with hi. f.ther. Gov- I ,
enor Trumbull, at hi, reaidenoe in I,eban- 1 of
on, Connecticut, in the neighborhood of no
th • Nohen». The guverume t of .hi, J eurred
tribe .a, hereditary iu the family of .he road
celebrated 1 'ueas. Among the heir, to
the cbtvftaiof^ip was an Indian named this
Zacliary. who, though a brare man and an
excellent hunter, at. a, drunken and pond
worthier, an Indian a, «null well be
found, lly the death of intervening heir,, j bird,
Zachary found l.imaelf entitled to ihc roy- I .rack
al power, lo .hi, moment the better ge- her
uiua of Kacliarjr outlined «way, and he re- with
fleeted a.riou.1, : -How can .ml. a , on
drunken wretch a, I am „pire to be chief on
of thi, noble tribe Y What will m, people ! ear,
,ay '! How »hall the »hades of my glorious some
anecor. look down indigna... upon ,ucb
a successor? ('an I .ueeeJd to th. great
L'nca, ! Ay.—I will drink no more !"
And he »olen.nl, resolved he would drink
nothing atrooger ll.au water ; and lie kept The
hi. rc.Tdu.iou 8 from
Zachary ruecceded to ,ho rule of hi. ; from
tribe. It was usual for the tSovcrmir to
attend at the annual election in Hartford,
rust.ary for .be M,.began the
to attend, and on hi. way to train,
stop and dine with the liovernor. John. ! by
the liovernor . son. was but a boy, and on as
one of these occasion« at the festive board
occurred a scene which we give in hi
mireltievou, thought
nnd it wu*
chief ul
word* :
"Otiu day th :
struck me to try th»* sincerity of the oil
man's tempérance The family were seated
at ditm r, and there was excellent home*
. . . .
brojr-d hecr (*tt the
train
tabic. I fus i.<l
(hi.
1 Z a Ii ir y
i|rr,»c*l .he o!U elii.f;
b.-i-r i- verv line ; will Vo*, tart.- it
rtr.
Tin
ol.l man .lro|.|.e.l hi- knife, and leaned for- ' "
ward with i. »lern iutciirity of expre—i n. 1 1
I bir fervid eyes wp.rklii.yt with angry
indignuti m. were fixed upon ...". "John,
raid he. "y<
doing You arc ».-rviug tin- devil, b y '.
Do you know that I am an Indian? If 1 (
"bonl-l ti-t' your b>.r I b" i! I n ' and
-top Itll I S ..l to rum ; I should U c.
P ' a ! Of
wretch v-.ur father remenb-r* me to bav ....
been
!
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ate
ger
vhat you ar«*
bib* you live
t g 1 resolution
n v r utter« 1 a more \ du i
I* ni«*-t!i«'ties could n«»t hav
tliuti
.1 bn.
man
•rates
beet!.
i • v«*r again
••
tit
•s
' 1 r ,' I f
r ' • * "
' ,-t '
.
es
af*
My pir tits
I'li' V * looked at III", and the
:irtt ! til ir giz upon th«*
itll :
I a fitly r** aiiii ! 1 in * of th
• •:•*, i?» I i irg- 1 me n *v r t » I rg t it
lie li. - lo
Li«* ti !b.'.
Y.intie, in Norwich, on land* now «»wn 1
t
*'' .
and above bis mouldering n nuins r. peat
a " u , . , . „
, d to myself the inestimable lesion
r
tli
elterabb*
IT y ; if*
:in«l re-| 1 .*t
' l.i ft II!
vv
\
bv
w

: 1 in the royal burial f*l t * • of
-ar lb b-autiful fill- -d tl. "
friend. Galvin Goddard. K-|
f tb«* old chief lat« I v .
w rid is iu Paris, employ ing
chim*ry, and about otio hun rc«l person*,
mostly females

*ti|
Violin Strings,
in th
The birg -t violin »triug- factory
steam
iii i
•UtMltlf 1 to ox
Tlutsf •
.iiiiining atiitiÿ- fr"tn diffcretit emintri-
usually tell tin Frett.'li »tring ft
It ia tint n.tunj a- tiglitlv. which
- c the «lit! r* tit threads (|v
• :iip*»*itig it. lli«* Germany make very ,j*
good strings. 1 h* y u-e '•« rmau and
Kngli-h stock, but tluir b **t and strongest t |
strings are ma«le *>t ltu-sim stock 1 he
t iking ot tl»*? stock from th«* butchers. OJ
«'leaning and wiuditig it on reels, an 1 «Iry • ,
ing or curing it. »» * bu-un -s by itself.
ami is managed by pers ims wli > afterwar«l
s. Il to agents of the string mmufa-turers ,
1 he proe< *s of -tring manufacture i« as
ftdlowe : first, the stock is soft, tied in w.a
t r : m \t. it is. whib* submerge l in water
• (ehang. d •«•«•:».- i*»t»t»lly r«*peate«lly scrap« -1
fby girl*») by passing it between the thumb w
ami a «•»•'«••knife, until perfectly fre»*«l from
fat and tb *l». ami then whitened by chetn
ical proe **. After this, in the German
process th«* itit-stim? is split into several
parts ; then strands ar«* stretched on frames
provide«! with hook- at one «ni and pegs
at tlio utlivr ; ami lli.-n tim li""k« revolv
inp. «ne stratiJ» are lopelher. |
making perhaps one hundred airing, at a
time, eae-li »tring having several Mrand, ;
then the airing* are put into an air-tight
room, and sahjeeted to the film's of sul
pliur until properly bleaehed ; «hen they
arc dried io the sun : they are uext pd
ished with pumice-stone, when they are
■ÉÉriMlflriÉriltfÉHMÉi '
each grade the color may vary. h -*r in ■
re- ' , :lkc „„„ , IUIld J huudle. of the
one fl J,.. , bundles will Us,
'•eautiful ; tile next ten not so beautiful. 1
\.W 1 d " "only 'a" Zdc
is j SjhïW sett
*f grade , on te ^.hlr^nd last.
A college student, in a di.eussion with
a profesaor as to .belher.«^ n*. o.^açc
to touch wa, -What proof can yon giv.
A V.Ô- n,. s.'mÖ* ......... ;
that j from ..usage a powerful tonic, whieh he
ten i says contain, the whole strength of the o
I rigin.l hark. Ue c.U, it aulphat. ofeanine !
all
otucr.«
• flilblv» «'t»«* t*
are dried ill the sun : they arc next p d
ished with pumice-stone, when they are
culled finished 1 hey are then removed
from the frame and a»,one«!, generally iu
to three grades, according to color In
For in -
A Fowl Obstruction.
-
A Ute number of .he l>e, Moine,;
Iowa , ll.ylMrr s.y, : •• A .ingular c«,e
of railroad obatruelion, and one for which '
no remedy is provided by ihc statutes, oc- ,
eurred a few c'veuing, eine, on the Valley >«
road in Cireen count,. Conductor Liv- ...
ingstnn'» train, when about three mile,
this side of Grand .)unction, in pawing
through iu.uo low country and near u ■
pond "ran into an immenae flock of »wan, ..
brand., geere, and other wildfowl The j
bird, were ju,t .bout to alight on the
.rack a, the train drew near. Their imia
her war ,o great .ha. the ,ky wu, filled ï
with them, and those abovo p retain g dowu (
on .he lower strata forced them to .light
on the car top,. The engine, tender and
ear, were cov ered with the fowl,, and
some even clung to the bars of the cow
catcher One .lately »-ran had a wing
injured iu .he eruab, and then found a
rcstiug place on the engine head light,
whence he war taken by .1,0 igiucer
The bird, however, managed to crape I
from eu.lody near Ferry, and jumping
from the tender where he had been tied.
disappeared m the gras, llie raid con
tinned .ereral minutes, ^uile a number of
the terial army being run overby the
train, and .onto ha'f do,on being capture.)
by pa„enger. and trainmen. As soon
as the bird, on top of the flock began to |
understand the »itnation, they »o;ned
away, followed by .ho entire covey. I.iv
mgrton .ays it was the b.gg«»t crowd of
dead-b ad, that ever tried to board lit
train
fossil Bones.
Every portion of »11 the eout.ne.itr
ill. the remain, "f extinct
-, r of n.ii.uals to nil extent thnt -l.»wr
f th ■ earth murt I.iv.
rtr. wn over
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and tclenauumc - have recently I Ji
c. a „,o 0 g the boulder, o„ the bunk
! Of Ihn W npura tiv-r in New Zealand
.... .. " o!m ,, v , rvw |,„ r
ti iiiperatur •
been lie;!: ly uniform at th-* tiim* th«*y " ••re
Thu* the bom*« of thos** inrun
with a neck b-n
living
ahm* mjitutic cr- aturc
ger than tii-U
liend. the bod v of a er
v hah* —tl
f the ostrich, a serp« tit*•
a led tin
i. Ti f h v -aurus
a li
«r »
V abounded ill K ir 'P *
Wh. «.
•• it »inly tli
m !y pop*i!,ms
tit I iiitc l >' it- -
•s Kngland the hunt f t ? : i 11 * t:!!.»g«\
d !«*dg
. xj b»r »lions of eav-, «1« -tru«*ti<
es ill till*
f railroad*.
etc ,
sei ntitie
eon«*trueti*«n
vuli a more « xten I d
together
r a! in anti«|uarian \ ir-uits,
tli it the*o same u*.
\* t -lie
f Til -
r-oi- ,:i Aim » r** *
r .--il whales and t'— i' -lephants an 1
dois fiigmeiits of animals which h »«I
r -••niblance t-» living tyj • - «»f our >i iy
vv r • once exceedingly nu.m r-«u
-i»le f tile Itoeky in Utitain- When the
\ 1 1 antic ami I* i ilie «»< ans w* r • separate 1
bv tli ch*vati«»u *«f im»untaifis. whab*s
w r • b ft liigh upon the drained land
Then the tiiaiiimoili appeared, and after
having
h« r Is
"
multipli-d and i 'aim* 1 in gr at
f*«r thousand« of y« ars, they were
*ti| r-. d. -l by .piadrup*d* "f -»mailer li
tiieti-i -n« and Uew reptile forms and f.atli
rcJ l ; .|-.l

v,
1 '.lit 51 till !. rttll.ND
!' It trti ulturi.t» in Eli
Tnt. l'.\itriiti>t;r. : ;tt
(|v flJ j ,hi* bir«! i-Tt was s
,j* | u trilg - w r eu running along lie
roWH 0 f c ., rf » j.|„t sprouting, and ing
t | t .. m . n g aged iu -jiuetbing wlinh was
L-dioved t*> be pulling up th young plants.
OJ . ( 1( f jj u . m Wl , kill* I urn! its
, x , fll j n which was found to contain
,.,j». w ..rtu. twenty -mu -trip.d bugs, an
OVl ., humlr«-«! « liü h-buga
, |K . m i, t . r ri .l ,t, d tti .t !.«• bad adopt Î tm■ a
protect th" bir«!*. and that tin
j, '•«une so nunier *u> and - « tame that
hundreds of tlnm, after su «w fallu, • »uld
?cc „ j,, |,j, barn-yard with his fowl*,
w j„. ro th, y w« re fed
t|,,.; r j r •sene«: upon his
cr ,,j., w.-re usually abundant, win!.* in
uiauv other plat« **. u*>: far ««tl. the chin !i
hug and other iuswUi had «Kstroycd litjf
the crop
S mi.t iv, VYos.-xn
| aw as tlii, were in foree now
waa j,, Bie New KnglauJ -«tates ami ( ir
„ jui .,
•• Whereas often tii.iej man/ hrahling
womull ofteu »itndalUe their ncighhor,
f.„. « |,ieh their poorc hushaml. are often
(.„.uoLt into chargeable and vexatious
nuilo», and ca»t in grate damages, llec
it therefore enaeted by «Ve authority
said that iu actions of slander, occasioned
hy the wife aforesaid, after judgement
passed f ?r damages, the woman shall he
P " u bc J by ducking ; and if the slander
'"cno/wou. a, ... he adjudged a. ,
1 \JJ r ~ lllln fivt . hundred pounds
"/ lb 'ï ^ , ''Tj *
'aJttS Ä, It
he refuse to pay ,he ,obae e„''
; A, j ' ,o J ° 'l. < îu (! r *l 'o tTr.-J " out a "verv
amsdf dHik" 1 The* 1 latter taking llio gla«s
«eryMtepheally dousny this. teMy
; ÄttÄSre?
pit in the letter. F.unavlv.o.a couples, to
eonaequencc. have to he married in the
! vc.tibuic !
\t a m eo t iti
ground
?tro lion of tli -<■ birds
i
against tii■ - »1- -
as lake.
n-«:*.
T«. -li
il
1 that a 11 1; '
!
n
•• tv
1 >V
a t '«f
Another
v
tl:
.\4 tl, r« Mi ; t « t
i
jirojuis«*-. wheat
t
l
;l
What if such
Once it
Something about Yourself.
-
Supposing your ngc to be »bout fifteen
year, you can be figure.! up to a lot. ,
ou bare 1 >1 bone, and . i •
your bloodI weigh, pou > . J 1 '
-early five .»ehe. in length and three
; ..ntc.er : .1 be... ,!
'*•- 1 . ' "J 1
da>. nin • mica pc ye •
çae . enta HI cover wo ounce,o 1 * ,
thrown out of .1 : and each da, U r -
ectves andd,-charge, .bout gieren ton. o
'I'-' 1 wonde.ful flui . S. I,
rontain a gallon of air, and 7-- inhale ,
4 .«HW gallon, per day. 1 he.ggregRte |
surface o ic air ct 0 > ^ j .J!
I"""* them .o ho spread out. exceed- JO
"" •«>•«*• 1 *« «»■ ° J™'
bra.n three pound, ; «hen youi.-o »
man .1 »1. "* '8 1 " 1
umre. Vmr nerve, exceed 1 .000 00 . .
our .k... .. compered of three layer,
and rar.e. from on. eighth to ooe fourth ^
an ..ehon b.ekne^ The rca of your ;
,k<n t* about I.it ,<|,i«rc inche,, and
you .re rubjec.ed to an a mo.pherio pre.
ï ki ?' ""ntnin. i
f*»«-" »'| u "; rc *" c " >° 1 r 5k ! n * lnInln
00 » we.tvn pt "bo.or por^p, ruory
'»eh of which may bo likeow to a little
dra.n the one fourth of an inch long, ma
k.ttg aq :iggregate length in ho et.ltre
a»r ace of y„ur body oî iiOl.lW feet, or !
n 6 ! l * or ' ra,,l,n g ,0[ > a m *
forty ... long |
- - * — i
Aim High.
... i ,i
that maker he man.
man uotbtng. ar far

It is the aim
Without an aim a
\n the utter destitution of force, weight,
and even individuality among m u can
. . * . »r, ...
luce men In mme.n. v I bo ,ir»ng ,
*".«• "• 1 ' r T' , ,W9ep
way .ml fat. without Mem -r ,a. *
, ■ „»{>■•! . .-r h' lin .<> gni'l.' hull. If lie
not ,j.dtly wreek ! 'r run aground, it
nior* by :* *'.d luck than goo l man tg •
m- nt ' We have n ver heard a more
ton bdig C'!:ft •*; *n t utter weakio * ntol
!» rv than tlo >G r<h from n singu- '
is
I
it;
larly bl—f with the endowment jf ii.itur,
in I providence ■ My lif-' i- aimlc,-;
I'.ikc !... -I. venue man. nf an nimh-, life
I' ll;.- lie.-,I !.. of I 1
ri du -1 and g ii- n- i . Ir ;■ .
»' 1 pcrrever:"i
A i. Il diseit.liii' I
ttid -or!,id nim
dl as.
A
•••tli.ss,
gives vigor.
*.. nil a man's « fldrt*
tnt«*!!* * t «-liaracter. influciiee. Irano lility
and cheerfulness n ithin. sue
ss and li »ti
■ itliout. ar«; its sure e-ncomitant
W !;*»;• r a maïi'.À talent- and advant ig
<*r
, w idi no ii»»: .era lew om !
a\
le- ini. *t b«* • f! r
!: v > d n.ieabb*
d intiiKUlial vs ith
is., ti. ut r*. j *1 table a
a high one
Curious if True,
I!.- \'icksbiirg' 'li-s * //'» I 7 / VoUebes
f >r this
In tli* blooming, beautiful, balmy
\| .\ -i 1 ^ . i, one *»f those dreadful battle
stau»«*. I vear- n ver 1 b f«»rg'»tten. Germ
ai Tilglliuall fell. -Il*«t «!« . !. it tli bat1 1«
•f Glia.nj I mi Hill, gallantly struggling in
.1 t' i■- f !e rislied prineij ! **
Id • life sbb 1 away u th • spot
1
II:- ti
wltvr • !i
fell, and the sad earth drank
i'h gr « L thir-'in -s
-r * g. « \1 : ■• !«•
! tnntui ity, whib* its r ta
- !.« - in the n irtvr * bl« !
lii, tl.1
tliat
But
u l
) liU c |" '
> 0H **.! ' , if . . ,
'- . w ' -' ? ' n " r ,
r S 1 "* ' 1,1 k . " . '.
nd "f™'"* 1
"""'v : " u f ' 1 ) " 1 11 11
are here, and when l s'eak to h« t sli
- oih s s ! '* 11 r ' " 1 , - 1 1 . , w , *
*«M' »•"'* «'! »''««• "* l ' u 1 '' !
» « . » t.,...- « a. wh-n yon g» off sister
H **' S' l \ !» ! "'' »«•' 1 »'!«.
'"Uh wa'a a j. wr S fc« mZ
' f'J Ï" ,T"'i
tur.'d daugh'tZ marZb r 1 *uM keep tl" ir
small children out of tie parlor when
. . . ..
.. . ^ y „ M „„Man'. C onpauio n."
' '
«-e -I- - J«
of eny breed « ■««««» merer to lake hyderfo
by after he had been thorough!, vaccina
**'"> ' »vkahot.
that !... I
it. tit-. !
.1
i. .
i r t - - relui- . t li. lettvi - at. I fiuit -f t!:.
of a blood r I eu! r
I .
tr«v
r '
tree are
! tile*!, ami
is tl« 1 -V
is tr m»;
I! ! r : f thi *
•.»fi
Th«* j rTti"f»* fr"»» tb
vuliar ci»b>r.
lli*»*«tf v* r) Mruri^ * about thi
- « n th*' ! aw-, an l inu.'t
trtc
an*
tv
«
I'h r i*
Wh
•'iif •«
tliat t h «1 k i «". «-U • • u- -nil'll
Tli« t »*•» van be n it
'«f «h" «
' !
'■*' • -
I
like Idem!
tl: s ■ taking It. • tr .tilde
A Story with a Moral.
A younc tnati |*aym^ -j 'it. .»t;**nti «I»
a yiiunf lily, in* * "ith th .* foil wiuif
1 11 * i lent «luring one • f L i ki-it
1» m j iir. it I in th. }« it l r t « t" tit flu*
araii • . ho « ut* r'taiued l»iim»« lf

i.ly - upi
uight f«»r s in» tin»«', an l wa
try weary when » lit t L* r r ;rl
oM sli|>pcd in ami began
»th him
•• I *an always till." «aid .**!»'. when
to our h"Us<*
!;«* r plie I, •' and how d«i
bee« lining
about five
to COUVC
End There Is None.
,
J'tth "igbVfrî»
, * "Sun year, to reach
(| l)U , || cr hhel'« ulereope reveal*
' e.l »tar, two ihou,and three hundred lime»
cd . r. . wo. ou«tnd tUre. « of
!",!>,■ 0 „e nôL. d theîc cre.,ion. Turf
Jill Jui eer into space, and haring resolvl
cd the nebulae of the milky Way iuto »tarn,
, j ,| ' 0 f , urs, bcauth
'through
M J '~ ar Q 7 ' Æ". Vhe. Id
I, ■lieh, this ainaaing sibves ; when be ,aw
, . .eatterrd > throoghout -pace ;
| ^
u ,i e and the counllew million** of
*»»»«« "'^„ng ™l"mit «erned id
" ' ' Uc . w ? d Jam o" the Herman
' „ ru (1 ,J,, r eJ!i,. d. Uod called
man in drenms iutc tb«'vestibule of lieafeii
m>< umI- •« « -'-'!*Zr and l will
»■*<»*• /.'"'Vlorw of My Uou*. " And
^ whoatuod about Hi. throne.
; mlh.augel^wUo .OkkI atout ^ ^
. ■ a g 0( .»ion« : pu<
nAe.'^ f llt „ îru'J.tril, but touch
mît hi, bumnn heart—the heart that fear.',
, . . Ir „ ln i, lc< •
J " \,ou,t adUwa, done, and the
A mom.nt anu .1 wm ^
M ««J J 'f . ^gh.v angel.
dtir tl *; * tlfe, Jpr 4
! w.tb tound ('JtHcn. nt J ôf heave..'-
<on,etin,es on the mitflity angel's win**
| S^dThro«^, Æ a 2 f darknea,. w!l
i derue,tea of death At leng.h, from 4
distance not counted, »ave in the arftbme
tie of heaven, light beamed up.n them, a
through a l.a.y cloud,
^ ^ ,* rribu , ,peed to
. t the light ; the light with lower *1**1
In a in')tii tit, the wheel*

to meet them.
, f . |„„g eterni.le.
of twilight ; then »gain, on th, right h .«4
* , , fl , ,, , r ,,| more eonMellk
At 1 ..M tl. ... ...
'
sunk iî 'wn. cry
• furtb r : let me
• • and hi le m • fr -m *h«
ing : Angel. I
••an c
down int * tb J
infinit u 1 f tl»* uni ver-« f r <n ! i.o
dein III l«*d
l
I n ne !" ' ' Ktid t 'i
re is nom
And from tin glittering >*t
a choral
' •• Knd
the angel
lb.it .. :.r-n«l. lb,re
untie '•
! ! mg-! a
ul?
ar,
I
-lino.
lb tl
t!i r
ts t;
• and i* it this th
1 :: : i » w »* r, • t. I til* re is
»f ti 1 : > •
It it there is n » b
M ' full.
'.n t!l
:b utii
li tu* t •
do*
Diabolical Duality.
\ g I r . - t ! ! in Wa-hingt -n of
g nî'.-'inan, unwilling to
nice, "ho
r
youtij
t
iglit of .1
• aught
sV Mill!
ec'ittn
1 m l .«tb« r -t itvly p r.,oii.
«Ü. 1 ! y if« juiry t hi* ileii
at a
atid, bei:.,
tit v
lg 1 V. Jig t" !. : * sid
- .11 lie, extending
I'm dclghtcct
W.* lia \ t:'t met since wo
\
until .

in
Î * .1 et
ning
liis Irmd with • r « l i i: *\
f.l
V«»U '
.arted in M \i
*aid the gray - whisk
\ • a have me at an ad
I rath r f
that
er« 1 man.
vantage
• • Whv, I Mi t y u :
ll : Hut then
•ai l the other',
I \va- n-rv li-'-i !; ' ait r.
w itl, my fallt, r in M v ;- - > "
■ AnJ. t> tfll lit« trutli.' «ail 1 1 , ••
man. 1 n y r- in "iiibram'i'» of
*l-xicu arv very iu
1 Not ik -A pompous. well-<!re<«cl per
,„ n e „t cr ,.. | a Lank one day and address
. ^ tbl Her, who was »omething of a
w a" in - iuir--d, ■ Is ill* « i-hicr in '
- N -, " was the reply
t dealing !.. pens, supply.
i„g the N w England hank, pretty largely.
; '" J 1 "**
said the teller
Afte^itdni'iJ Æ^Ith which the
, '''! rr ! ""If''i ''""s ^' r j f °"I
"".us^dZvou thiuk"ll!ec»» r h*e*r «dfl be !n°r
wnggiah teller : • but ! enpart b.m n a
..— — 1
i, «£ "CT. ÎS
r go- ._ bat \ „J", VW th« mi.
^ ,b -
I et» gave me yeaterda,
,.i.
otu-r g t
v , r ha v i
distinct ?'
Kv use III
be.
pi -ti .n. sas ! tin* young
• • ar« } ou uot
I t :>» JuJg Holaud,
An 1 the Ji»
r »tli« i i -j it it !\
Sir Ivlwaril Th -mt ui
nnti
lm am
..f \ . I fnotit.
\ th «usât» 1 j ar ! n- !"
« tnfjti l \ uth i . *v- -1 .way
Hut a f. *»v
iylits after a irl. at another
• similarly taught,
atiou Laving
reception, his CM' «
an !, the edge of hi
I h n r;i ..if, lie eoul-l -a.;! at his mir
l.iio'y nee more made
. gentleman with
is, and, after a
•rt;:
tak- : n*.i 1 b«* ac«'
hi* way It* tin- -i lo
mutt n-5-li j n b
u «»ni «r two u tb "«atlioratid theicooe,
.f
j t >;1 blviily -ail:
kw ir.l thins of mo
» ol 1 1 1»«*» ut"n, tlu* othvr
•That »
t ) take y«»u
night
Ami who «lo y-'u take tue for now,
I a*U - u l In - «•on»|ianion.
Whv "!.;. sail the em barra sped
young man f society. ' you tobi me you
wore 4 u*l^« I' >1 an i of Vermont.'
•tlu tin* c utrarv. in y nam i- Thorn*
the rather annihilating rè
\t»«l th«* youtig man ut this day
•all** it a ■ i »<■ "f liab 'l'.cal duality.
may
toil

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