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Poetry.
A DAT I2t MARL
7 BA T- TIME.
Asi cr-«'-'ii^»
Ss
tiw pop.*/ boa«fci
t&£ raiiL
At
qsa!' Mr1. noraiar
•rM.
M'»r*
Jal &*£'** tc
cut/x"
ft-.a
11'»»^j
'Ba qiVk
h*rt,**» a 0 *r»|
Uad iniue* to*) ie»»« OS
rams.* sp ti* h*f."
o4 rf. 'be
As4
ox4mb.
b' Ind
•9r«a£a&« mtfe*. *&i
,-a with :t*
vstarjr
vet Jtrt «/.
c-SMI*
fc^TTter
to tte
up. r««,
1to»u «a.r. fomaf ZanMrOiykateMtM*0
Tkt k*j oe the rtck «o tut,
W- tt«
MB«
A lar?« ipflB Om hat, Mother on ttl
bA' C,
Aa4 i"w t« temp«*t w1!41y breaks a»M
Uiir-ty 1k&4.
aew-Bkown
ba
TW*oii
If y»u
tb«:
floor
hh
nhe H[ok)
gfiHMt
cotitriinite
CTt a r* fc
I
luxi. wx'rrj cVnit fcegit to riaa. bef^ta £,., vn&f »r»«* c*_i.,rS\ 4£i: 3 *t
AM w« torn oa waurjan fcra«» «!y fsrt^are. wr a *&d
ib,jwr^^ I -«r 3.. xinrttfl m. a^ry
Mda Mi few* pw
u./ .»fc
ttot
jom,
fka
Tbc otfeer load a, karrafe! aa4, raas«d ato«c
the bay.
Tie n*en kr.l boya
ie atmchad
In ni\n4a br«ak affalaap«mtb«
aye,
!or
painted how appaara and ^ati tftw
err. rk/.
Aa4 r*rm-r D-y tri erec'Dg prayer tbacks Oo4
with fte*rty prai
For rn»l
tmrif
ti4 *unsoer
Miscellany.
Till FAXIM-HOME 8CEHE.
BT
T. 8.
AMTirCB.
44
I'll not live fn thiB w»y! fjcbii.-ned
Mm. Lyon, f»n*^i'»ii»tely "riuch di^riii.rH,
wran^lirig, wi 1 irn:K'jUr:ty rot rue of
jus* i, and makfc the fiouac a ledljim, ii»
•t^wl of *j!ii-t hom". Torn! ahc
•barply U) a bright little fellow, who
Couldn't
you believe met"
Thi» impertinence wan more thun flie
moth' could *'ndur-, and, a-Mng
t)f Jtt'ia 'soundly, conscious at the time
thut Emily wns cMefly to blitme f-r all
this trouble, by a wro. gaccuxation of li
sister she turned
iijhui
ministered an equal puiiiHlimeiit. Fright
ened by all this, the younger children,
whos luresNiant noise, lor the last hour,
had
I to
ih»-
overthrow of tb- ir
moth.-r's temp became suddenly quiet,
and skulked aw»ty into corners-an«1 the
baby that win seat -d on the II »r lietwet:u
two pillows, curved herq'dveriitg lip", and
glancMi teurftdly up InUt thedintorUid lace
in which sh! hal been ued t«sooihe love
light that nude h- ii aven.
A deep quiet f..UoA't:d ttiis burst of pas
sion like tee hush that succ cd.-t thesUrm
Ala«, for the vil traces that were 1 ft be
bind! Alis, for the repulMvu inutge of
that mother, daj. uei reot.yp, in »ii iiiMlniit
on the memory of her children, a never
to 1h) eiracid. U»w many ninny ttn.es, in
afler years, will not a sigh h« ave their
bosoms, a*» that p'liuiul rtlW'tion looks
out upon them amiil the duuuit remem
brunet of «,hil' hood.
A woman with good impulses, but wilb
scarcely any w II control, was Mr*.Lyon
Bhe loved her children, and desired their
go
k1.
That tiny showed so little f.-rbear
ance, one with another, muniR'sted
As was usual after mi ebullition of pas
sion, Mr*. Ly n, deeply depr swd in spir
Its. as well an discourag d, retired from
her family to grieve and we« Lilii
the frightened baby from the floor, she
drew its head tenderly agaiuat her noaoni,
and leaving the nursery, she s light the
quiet
of her own room, itere, in repent
anee and humiliation, she recalled the
stormy seme through which she nlju-t
piiHHi d, a« blmiied herself for yielding
blindly to passion, ins'cad of met ling the
tumble among hor children with a quiet
discrimination.
To we. ping, calmness
grieved
ep.
succeeded.
and the mother felt som« thing of
that tranquil peace tha every true mother
known when a young babe is slumbering
on her bosom. A boo- lay on a i-helf near
where she was Hitting,
and
wiihoirt
arreBted
her
SL
f^Jf*
.«!•
fcoan kaa
tr .»
4hT\'»-0*
U.- -TiC
?f u u-«»L »'li s rn a*-. *.h ctd
'*r-r2 *rtt wr*S.f^ MB ts£ t-ijfSbfc *"«*.
Yar -a* :.-•••-**. as fw*u»uw -.«s aad
as r**
tsar** up^»n ijfcr *ar
iti %-ti -2 few.
tiCkTi St I»t»
:h*
»oiler*-- -*,
ilfd ic*fc£*J,T to tfe*
.. U*n®
ic ii* erjt». -h s"-aru--l
i-.-nT'"**. a "-re as
ep:tf b*9e
f«r th? bCc e irf
T*w
i fc^trtr i r/j* lit aeytbe. i
V'
c&eteetl to*1kay
isawil* to pa..i*fc Hmrtj tar yo«Tg
rt bti* acai&ct btr aatre-niy, asd w*.* kuf
i n-t
uir*
[«y
*b i htt 'lw re
&
art ra-l few Aa
r- zj&i*
k»r*£.T
ILcEt
-'f 'b*- #-. u
Al' 'igk' ftu ro ttent of c4iUro
•i* »i fa tei' 'ttGtr fit**
1 W'Jl •^.-er "a 4 X£*-r? When
Jotas-rtw* #f rns ra el# «*c*u.. i* iS-tonpe
t«k«l hermit. *J-
ra
«t i- *•. •ioiursi •.
Tbii
li'-
felfe «ow aM cbu-irra-
t«. ___
n*nr.ri' rsti5»dart «r«
Im4
__
corscn oet
aa4
qai'k. -ben,for U» »bow i» i^t -twfl!
MJcr do to l«t
1Ua
elorer
».»r sad d/7- »PK»8» »7*«
ttog
MM m*rj'tr./ to
tb* graftiM
Th» turvwr wipm Ui« **e*i
af»fai
be»t«4
bf«».
£roa of U*
0M IOMI ta **.'« 7 it tb« barn, aad OM spoa tte
w*to.
Wkfl« ion irraa ite WBdew let wwb il:
4rtft x-|f rate.
i i w'
kc-i
v-
It
rririrut
in this
ro'w", bjt
*-Ter t^A, e» r.
il? tf
obwIWw.*" ffc*-
4r1
*t '*1 u^'ii tt«e v.' r*, %lra^«*r.&e w.tt ber
k
f.
tb*r k1
*t) ve*.fci»
ry. Fr*m
to* cur-trrj cm ^b
4*
O:
I order. i* w itk *hc- 'tcr frl'.' Yet
str
"lai nt«l
tk»*
•tfip.
Dfik.
idi»
»be *t»d,
crj a££*. :»b •na"*«e b-
«-ar*. ft »i»e iwth| i»jj qa c« y «od
P» Dg »b- DttTot-n
*(r-T, A
ir.t *i-.h
r»T a e«J
u h«-r chi! Jrt:i Ja,i» ti«d ju»l nw» rf h-r
h*oi U»
rtnk*-
who o»£»
W i* uext ri«-ible.
iho'b'T
w«h
pounding away with a woo'lt i, hamnifcr on
a ennir, and making :t rnoHt into| nbie
din, "otop tbut noist: this iubtan*! And
yfu, Em, not a word nior» froi,, y« ur iipH
c-tn'tlive in uce with yimr
I'll nn iinrnh you. D'ye bearl1 Uuabt thin
loitUrit."
Then mike tile
give
I want my pin cushion. Make Jule
jjivi? me my fiu cuHliion.
IrriUtU Ijtyond control, Mrs. Lyon
oaii^ht Julia by the arm, and thru-iing
br it and into her pock-1, drew out u thiiu
bl'.
a pi of lace and a pen-knile
I ul i you it waau't there.
and her «i»t
«tit»l»-r,
me my
lon. Hbe'b got it in her pocket.
It's
no Huch tbiag I
at
fkrj frf-«. Ii»
wernr a lit
Vt n'jiritd tbv.T a. -th-''# #ofld %p
[n-.ir* o»-. tu «h 4ro
which ortully came *t t-O'h t»me, Iv
t» fr-rume xbe
deunt, stah! ra
milieu fM?r iiLtemp!» e repruo were al
w»r? met
A few motwnt* »5ii Mr». Lvoo and
b"^iag at ii«-r ciiii irtn—irrictf, ni' aL^ r,
0.'*n
b^r pile &»0!i *nc i.I»«r *'.iH
»!i \*-. Mr,e. A'hit i..k of *ojii..r amc
rs, wiiho.ut
now,
pin-caah-
atsiut
ligtit
mering was
In
he
stood pn/./.led
fairs. Finding
know it make* mother's he 1 a lie
I) s mil
make
U|k»ii
iripulwH, nhe bo*- the enr-i
"iir
(ter as if in doubt whether be would be
repiilKt or
not.
Sornetiiii'-s
her, also, and ad­
it
es,
Mis
Lyon,
chetriuliy.
sometimes."
lie
looked earnestly at his tin r, as if
something more was in
hw
Well.
couragingly
w
lien I forget, youll toll ae, woti't
you?"
Yv'S, love
*'Ami then
I'll
caught her
tueaih and
it eomual
its
et|r
the
ho
little fraternal affection, grieved hor
"*My whole life ie made unhappy by It!"
sho would often pas. "What is t«
Ikj
doneT It is dre ulful to tliik of a lUmily
growing np in discord and di-ui i n Sin
ter at variance with sinter, and brother
lifting up his hand against brotht r."
ssion until it
silkt n
hair ot
will nevt scold
yu
klsM.
How sweet to tbe mother's taste were
"f first fruits of
h«-H'control. In the
etlor' itt govern
hetseit, wi
Slia
ep*
in
Still
she was p» rplexed in mind, as well as
at her own want ot'st If-eontr 1
What was to be done with her children?
llow were they to be governed aright?
Painful did she feel her own unfitness for
the task. Bv this time the babv wa«
ash
-ax. tae i.:p dcw^tJfcf tkr*J
fc bo* s ti^,t is
«»rd ciir*-. i* tir' *s o-t
nib
r.
1
jrr i«iu«lly into tb" rbildrcb*' ficts. v tb y i
gUcc i ne#t 'he otbef. ««f
fch*m.
And
whm f*nxi
i.ov the
»u*
of
wsttfag yet w i'ti a u»uch
a c^w
over tb- yonnz r- fj»lx nf
at eara, upon the
*t:
th«- 'ovsehold.
E.nily," friid «b«r, i-[/»-*king Idiy, »*»d
of frnv.*
«be could
tu vo rt
do\ nu /due,
I *i»h y a »oul
ir up iiito ray roota, mid ii( with
i
Mary
while hh» sleeps." I
Without »i)?u of oppo» ition, or even of
ra!n. »ni ptnntaooa rtlucUnce, Emily wnt cjusc'Iy from tlie i
-'/«r f-'iAlu.
nurs* r)t
in
ob..di nee to her
sires.
This room U very
moiher'ade
hta?" or,
iji
term
anacb in
di ord« r,
Jalia."
Many times Mrs. Lyon had said, und
like cir:uinHt»nc s, Whv 'ton't you put
things to ri
nevt-r
mik
such
girN! It a!) i^th« rxtta *as Up-y
tuivy,
and the flof»r an iiwh thick wi dir',
you'd in ver turn over a hand put
thiiigs
order," or "Cio and gn the broom,
minute, and swe«p up the r*.
tliis
Y
u trt-
the lazi"-t girl ever lived!" Many,
n,a y times, as «e iiave said, had
such language been a«llre-Me«i by Mm
Ly n, umJer like circ'imstanc. s, to
«4 ia. tbe rs wtxt
a nrtd k
.sub
fcrre* tfe«
i hat puts
us
u up to his
stop. But don't
me, mothtr,
loi
s e ri'er»-ii i n o a ji!est w i
the i herited vitK of her children, and
Just so far she was sb'e to
back into old wates and oft. n v r\ often,
w»m s
It rcsistatuee tn.ly
A
e
e e e
ii.liusnee f.rg. od
fiom her
was
m),
A Harmless Reptile.
K«f only are tonds .iml. s*
absolutely
ami
ambulating our
siugulaily
Mrs. Lyon,
scarcely conscious of the. act, reached out
her hand for the volume She o|M-n»d it
feeling aiy intertstiu its contents,
but she had only read a few sentenc s
when this rem fk
her attemitin
"All right govi-rnment of children begins
•with self government
The winds seemed written for her and
the truth exoreses was elevatt if instastly
into jterc- p'ion. f*he saw it in the chmr
est lighi, ai'd closed tbe b. ok and bowed
ne»d in acknowleagm« r.t of her own
Tbua -r some tlii.e sh had been
sitting,
b.autliul eye of lie
quick
tu-
under it if
when tbe murmur of voices frosn the
fci
o
tin
head at:he, mother,
asked the child, tu iou'ly, and with a
pi'ying torn in his voice
ploy
lie rame'Teep-
ruoitit
s nid-, and looking at
my son," replied
kiri'dy,
niilung
"and it l» always un
pleasant. Won't ou try to
play without
so much noise?
"Yes, mother,I'll try," answered the lit
tle fellow,
»rre-} it *t
tV vmi"i 'Lr «l re Urf pr y Las bid
V r^alr »i 'T *.»]*- WirtS
Ue
i iir.it v dc w it tk i*Laf--c*
dt-2,-
a tr*U
tbe
lf« ifcte, tsi n f- oe t^e 4
Bi*v s*-« e "Lrncib ti^e t—in k- i rit .eai
4^e» it* «4'. ircT
ibe
x»*t fcfr-ced tbe e r*rcitg* kkk
th»T
n
Indevl tbc ••*-cifccQ of tre
oer .Vd erf fe*: x.|r if it were »fir
T"-r- 7, th- ujd
.'rdy
cw* z,-y.z zg
fv tbe fcrimaisp* se-i k:i-k'i^e» of t»
.rat
ifbt'.it. rut is *q *iiy it-iiiFt rtii'. tii-e
"f Wi-| t-^kc i io«ct« fimu*r!r
*raj-d *ith
rea-tiK,us
•-*1 tnem whh
«t-*p D^. sdJ w.j
m&r*e%.
if pe ite, as if
ttje t'iz.% ii ed fcp r* af ssd to
di^r*«iSot)u like nr. pepper vsUi W
cam
iter.—Qam^iT V $utrr*.
fl*« MIm May be Fn zen by H#it
a
Tbb
ffrtchines w iica tLr »igh the consumption
of e*») pr ic* i» or quite ir^ xph-
cal'le
Vo m«n snd rhspa anile we sire
enjoy:a? oar" iced dri .ks. so gratefal in
he hot weit:h*T -U'iie .!y o me ur»»a
an ei[» Ar^ io r»t ihi/
*ir w'.ib
mav not
1ir ctiv pr old &<
a! fir t' -ugnt, fti imp
the act
of
Jti.ia
procuring any
thing like even par'ial ex.cution of her
wihhes.
liul
the mild iriformarinn
that, the rKim wa~
the *ork of restoring
place,«,
bkve not,"Mtorted
Jalia.
You have,Imy."
I f:ll you I haven't
"Will you bu»hf" The f*ne of Mr^
Lyon was tlory nd and bhu stamped upon
pressure
in diporler, pr
and in a tew niintiie* onl
was apparent wher confu ion reigned be
fore Little
To., my, whom
is
love of ham­
an infeh-ant anno\an«-e to his
mother, ceased hi-
!in on
ht
at the
new
tliat
he was
ban, as
no
uniial.
rt in ved,
-ducud
all the eff. cts desired. Julia went jickly
trial
th ugw
to
the
pands. In reducing
su«id
rt ap- i
rN-jitance, and, for a w moment*,
hUhmI
exp elation of a boxed ear for a time
into
a*peet of »f
uu
he
Stick over the bop of an
er the
commt
Iil
tn
nod shipping a
labl
a moHt ear piercing no«se
said, in a low voicc,
ilinkli
Inotautly
Julia
to him:
i on't
Tommy don't do that. You
etas,
1
-s'ml-ty n^v. r-
1 m, in the laboratory of nature this
ao
ic
operation otutan^ly going on and it
is in this wi*f
Wber Vf-r a hooy cb%ngp« fr tn a vjlid
to a liquid «tate,
cr fnm
a liqu:i
to a vapToap nli'ion, l»"ge amou
of
ss&sii/le beat
di^trwar. IMlu'r
the tempen»'«re (s nf»ibie h'at) of
the b-dy
:toeif fa!)» very mu
ktwer than it w»« fore it*
air in rno*ioii and if we
steam, we must
tit)
suitable vessels,
"But I'll forget
thoughts.
k.tr,
off
w hat els Y" s*id ahe, en­
scold
then
I ctn'i stop"
The mm he trt was to e. ned
gt
i.tber
any uuira," she
mtired gen ly in
lin
e
ir.
ilis «rui» stole upward, and at they
werti
twine clofi'lv atn ut n
W
overcome evil
th. in Often, v»ry orte i,
di
she
a w
wttrtisor
acti«i's when, ver thi^
warned her of
Id
ermr, and
pront|te a u o.c vi^ttious sell control.
Need it be said, that she bsd ait abundant
reward?
they are
direct 1
um
ftil to
us.
tt ad
tht same thing.
If we use an ehctrometer we tind our ma
terials prepared for
us
through the same
agency
The various ice machines employ vola
tile materials such as expand into gas at
orninary temperatures, or at least, t'o so
when aftn
ispneric pressure
fr
is
rt
neral law.
hetuldown
leatod on
her chiltl.
Be a good
Isiy,
at a wer had
quiied In til Ii i the teni|a sl of
paasiou in her iwn boHom, sh- had
the t.il of |h',*w oyer the
hearts
mnv
their surfaC's. In thus expanding
thev abstract heat from w tier placid
brought in conta i *ith
the absorbing bodies. The expanded
i »-es are
xt
during the
conipr-
Ntithii.g
without loan ot heat in
and
tb Uk the
aii.tran heat
gtmicU it)"
may be sure that |he sum total
mifr-
ck. he
pressed his lips tu*Inly uvdnst het cheek
thus sealing hii part of the utract with
a
By the accompanying
the
ptturttd
st rut fettd
of her id Id ten.
Only the
br»t fMiiu
were
Tbe»e
e|«,
gain or Ins.-! may be latent
an I not spp ar in
Tommy, and mother
the
is always
the same.—Scientific Anitriran.
A key to a Person's Name*
table
name
of
of letters,
a person,
or any word, may
be found out in the following manaer:
k
I) 11
0 0 K 1 a
1 1
a a a K a
1
1
K
K
In alt
after life i that mother strive with
hers' If,
N N V
O O O O w
U Ii
8 U Y Y
V V Z Z
W w
z
fdl
per­
lieltls and
uHrdens at nigt t,
a devouring va«t qU'tntiMea of injurious
insects which C"Ukl never
bettesiTi-yed
by
the hand of man. The de in which a
toad takes it- prey
is ver) carion*. Tin
is as
it i^ height, and if within the
raUjic of its \i.«.iou
ail
IrinPct a grub
bhould happen to move, the ftind is Mire to
i-eeit,
anil n
arl)
eruin
HO
as to make sure ot lis pr»y, and then
crawls slowly toward i,
preft-rrinw
posaiol-. Wh.
sect its
fl
n
it
within reach, it gMZ -M ii
is nearly
teidjy at
the
in­
m.'Uth b. ing gra uai y rmigbt
nearer and nearer
Donietnii.g
islies
pii
k then
from its month, and the insects
vanishes as if by maJc.
Tne pink flash is the Utnmie of tbe toad,
which
Is tornied in
a rather ruriomt way
The base of ttie tngne i* fl»e«i cl»e to
font of the lo*er
jaw,
and ia 1
Let the perbon whose name you wiiih to
know inform you in wiii- o
tli
right columns lit flnst 1 tter of Li*" nan
is
eiti
taiiied.
slight flort, but
Il it be found in lm' one
columr), It is tbe top letter if il tH'curs in
mor than t.ne,
it is
Uiid
alphaltetieal
these columns,
by atltiinii the
numbers of the top letters
and
15
and
and eighth letters ot the alphabet,, wi tch
ad led, give the
on. The use of this table will excite no
little curiosity among
those unaequaiuUd
with the foregoing
toct'clJ i' P*ii*t
the oad holds its head as high as posai'de,
t-»get
tunes we we sad without any kcown
caofe we
cu'.ocr
xnisds
caase
5-*•*, ,-.«* h- a
cf •••*. »tK-i t'ae il
the -i--. -b-' :e.»cs btt-
ai
is in
u
jnedsciae n«:»r
i3X» btc
u t»».'.! -i i" 0- f-'nr.rc't.. V-t
wrh
ttir^ ifit
«Li/e ir. pert- ct cap «rc. tot in
the
mon were equal
caage
of
state, or «i\\~ h-.-at is abs*r»ct«d frori,
surrounding twidie- u» main'siu tb':
ex
pand.ng nib u:.ce its former tempt.'
ra'nre. Tb heat a»stracUyi and «t'«red
Bp in 'he body,
so that
it no long' pro
duces 'heeffot's
popularly
included in
hea Int',"
the
has been o»i!td lai nit
b'-il Its amount varies greatly in dif
ferent solids, liquid a TapjrR.
N
if there are two ways in which bodies
may be expand'd, namely: by a'dirig to
their heat—»• risible or latent, or tx»th—or
by removing the pressure tin
ir surfac s
sustain. Or we may, if we choose, both
impart
at and remove pressure simul-
taiitr u-ly.
Th'jrt tbe gas chlorine, when submitted
t- a pressure of about four atmospheres,
became* a liquid, and will remain so as
long as the prt-«-ure
is continued
He
Dunne
ornpres-ion, it trives ofr a cer­
tain amount
td
bt at,
whi'
is ti e exact
eqniv*!' nt of the mechanical power cm
loytd in
reducirp
its volume.
When the
it, expands to it.*- orig
buik as a gas. and in doii takes
the same amount of heat, from other
bodies, as it lost when co nprt
when compressed,
ssetl. Air,
tiives off
sorbs the
Hsme
heat, and ab­
amount
at'ain
when it ex­
the volume of IkkI es,
we may not only use enmpr ssion, but we
may also abstract heat bv brii.ging them
contuc.t with older bodies, thus pow
eriully aiding the mechanical power
brini^in(j about the desired result.
But
chanical power is only another
nain- for heat, the source all terrestrial
power If we employ a water wheel to
generate our po *er, we find this possible
only
because h- at ha', raised tbe
water for
us. If
we use wind as a motor,
c* us aad
phv
Dsow aiid
n
sp
(»C \h%\ th- re cow extit s»re-*i
en-
o^wecvr V." s«o^r^aia torn-' reas»^D the i
disp-.r.itid cvs the bear. but the
arch
train ia all
it
bel
Use bk«a
•a-efcfTire#
n^s to tbe body:
il
ba.: aid th^re is vo
mach of
i\. it oppT*«-MS the brain, at i int-int
sh« be k
Tk?
e

rwoiedy tbe
«t a fatal sp
pl-it may ensue.
n st sva.labie p'.aa involving neither
rt, except ia tbe
of the rese-iuti^n atd the work
of drtss.- g. prepar^t ry towards carrying
rt ooi.
i* t.i mik- & vi»ii Vi
li^ht-beart'Sd fri^ai, or take s w.tlk or ride
fs.^nic merry mt-mbw of th? family
bus to sit down, &od mope and tidnk,
bat to t-.mn mis
ic it4 ic:er. T.
Pythiftta
BT THE FAT CoSTRIBrTO*."
Ters
Kiiehts of Pythias,
says the
Omaha o^rrefpc'ndeEt of the Cincinnati
Tm?4rarv maki- quite a sensation in
Omafca at present. I can find out v
rylit
-!e about that mysterious order. The title
of tbe ori-r wajj
ubder the
ss
us
spiMUvnt
paradox
anacoeptaHe That
dir» cly
or
he%t
is
shod
firm name of Damon
*'S.»it Pint-
Not
And .Syracuse is free!"
(There had
tieen
be.
He went and got Pythias drutk. If I
Pythian run all night, Damon kept it up
all the next day, &o that the days of
Da-
to
v
the Knights of Py- i
thiaa.
Damon was a member of the City^oun
cil of Syracuse, while Pythias
bel.'r.ged
to
the National Guards. It appears that one
Dionyfcius had been sch* ming to have the
Council d' ciare him Mayor of Syracuse
without
a vot-e
of the people, and succeed
ed one morning when Damon was absent.
A-scertainiiig what had b-en done, Damon
hastened to the council chaT,f»er,denounc
ing Dio: y-ius and his feliow-c uncilmen
who sustair ed the fraud. Meeting Dio
nysius, he attempted to stab him with an
ivory paper-cutter, remarking
as he did
so—
"—By all the spd*! one blow
mii.ht have fried his beloved citv from
the tyrant had he not stopped to "buy all
thegx!\ and blow about
secured by the mayor's new police and
cond* mned to death
Pythias had a sweetheart named Cal
anthc, whom he loved next to Damon.
Their wedding day was appointed, and
just as the
marriage ceremony was being
performed, news
was
Dionysiusfor
ia
a
few
tynuf.
sition was accept/11, and Damon hurried
away to his family, who lived away
inlhe vicinity of the salt works
Bad indeed
was the parting of
Mrt. Damon.
Ute,
compress* d. the li at uiven
t*ii n being
absttr'K.'d
by some other botly—most generally
water. The condensed and tooled mate
rials are then allowed to
expind
Tnus we set that,
She
in con­
tact with the vessels containing the water
to be frown lurai'i,
and so on ri-puaUdly
until ice is produced
ridden twenty miles away aud
up
horse, threw a
ttf
tbe sura
DionjMus
will bt the
number of liie letter sought.. By tilling
one letter at a time, in trda way,
the whole can be ascertained. For exam
ple, take the word Jane: if. found in the
two columns commencing wit!:
II,
which are the second and eighth I.
down the alphabet
tt*
rs
tlu
ir sum ten, and
the tenth letter down the a'plnthet is J,
the letter sought. The n.
xt
letter, A, ap­
pears in but ouO column, it stands at the
top N is .-t en in the dumns headed It,
D, and II these arc the
hi
cond, fourth,
or .its
fourteenth, or N. a ,1
8f
\plana!iofe.
At. id the Bine*
The blues, low spirits, and depres-lon
are one and the same thing, caused
trouble ot mind, or an unhealthy ndt
ti n of the hotly but. whether tho cau e
U in the mind or body, the elf ct. is
to
at
out nil joyousneSM, to clothe vt thing i i
th
blackness and darkness of night, All
suicides are led to the last rash act by
o..e to use ull means
ng and
away from
de­
pression of spirits hence il b« conn s
every
pitcsible
to break
bo terrible a danger.
Some-
out
sarily brief. He had to hurry back, or he
wouldn't
Iks
in
season to see
I) tmon was
fit
mm in
and heuidn't want to keep the execu
tioner waiting on his account. Then it
was
Lucullui ackaowh
moiiu ti,
jjersuaded
temp rauir-', yet
we
by the throat. Then, mounting in bis
stead, he datlud away tow
In
Time was up, and no word from Damon.
The people sneered, and
his old
.XI8CELLA*E»1'8 lit**.
%!«ost London £1,460,000 to take
of it§ p«x la?t ear.
lacii ca?*s the
Dave brown kidi are
ter than any other color.
As artist is not as strong as
Aw
sciu
Joyous,
u
exchange, wanting to compliment a
live stock journal," tav3 it is edited by a
man whose heaa is full of live
Thkke is
is
ry, and may be—death.—
Dr. W. W lliil.
a school teacher
setts,
as intelligent
doubt!* 8 si:?ge?red
as
Dou
by
the history of tht:«- ancient Greek buffers
who carried on a general friend?lup
It
buii
k,
Pytbi-^ These w nbi s lived in fryra
cuae (N
Y-).«nd
w»-re ejcs^qutntly krown
rs." Their back dc-rs
fronUxi other, and they were the I
warmest kind of friends, even in mid-win
ter. Tht ir fiiendf-hip dated back to the
Jays of
sur.ny childnood. If
ote of them
bad anything he always wanted the other
to have K.rr.e of it. If,
Tempkiikncb.—
More of pooi
It is owing
a man
it He
was
brought to Pythias
of what bad occurred, and leaving Cal
anthe only about half-married, he hastened
to the station-house where Damon was
confined, arriving just as be was being
led forth to execution. Damon was peti
tioning
hours' respite,
in order that he might see his family, but
the
wouldn't listen to it.
Pythias then o e n to take Damon's
place for
th" space of si&
hours, and if, at
the expiration of that time, his friend re
turned not, he would perish in his stead—
hoped
to
it i-i h'itit
die it ho wouldn't! The propo­
is dead."
himse'f d:e.
much affected, and when he
tore hi'nself away ttiere was a dume on
the
a swoon.
in
"Fetch up the old marcI"yelled Damon
to his hired man, Lucullus. He was
excited, because, you *«, it was
gett.iLg
dged that, i i order
to save his master, he had given the old
mare a
dog-button, and the
coroner was
even then sitii on the. botly. Fuiious
at the thought
of
mort.ticd
heat Lalirceily pro­
duct s cold,and this is only un expression
of a
Pvihits
to die in consequence, he seized Lucullus
to re-id him to pieces. I would ha e been
good bye Lucullus had not a r'-eman
app« '»r al that
hid.
There was just a shade of disappoint
ment on Demon's fu e when he saw that
Pythias till !iv«.d hut lit-jumped
was so struck w i this exhi­
bition of friendship that,
y then fell
with it once a day. It, will ffect
a cute in the course of three or four days
If the parts are covered with a
HotU-n
every day
Have you no father?"
3ir,
Mr. and
The interview was neces­
to. 01 here
disregard of English
for all
household
difference
nut reaching Syrncuse
within the allotted
ti'iie,
is
and knowing how
evt
aids
pard had gono back
horsthack, at
iy w::y,Iat la.«t
whom Daiiioli
to dismount, taking him gently
the
city.
tbe meantime, every preparation
had been made for the execution of Pyth
ias.
eral drinks tf
asked If an^ody
sujipos Damon was such a fool as to
mine ba k again, and even Pythias began
to fear
a pace that
would have mad. Phil Sheridan so
ashamed of himself that lm
depot.
tiff
his
handspring on the scaf­
fold, and shouted iuing on your cleaver 1
I)-mon is on d«ck!"
into
other's arms,exclaiming:
l'yth
l)amy I*'
Bcuatchbs—A farmer writes to the
Hur I Nru Yorker troun Canandaigua. N.
Y.,
that th following is recomme ded for
the worst cases: One pint currier's oil and
two oi,nces oil ol
rough scab,
it by rubbing
hog's
lard upon it
until tho scab
ever.
Goon Advicr
slips off. It will
soon blip off and leave
the legs smooth as
occasionally you slip down by the way,
aud other* trend on you a little. In oth-r
words don't let a failure or two dishearten
you accidents will happ n,
miscalcula
lions will sometim s lie made, things will
turn out differently u our expectations
and we may be sufferers. It is worth
while to re
mem tier that fortune is like the
nkies in the month of April, someiimes
cloudy, and aomctimea clear and favorable.
which
care
A
hone,
bat ie can draw a larger object.
A LEADING merchant at Trinidad, ia
tbe W«yt Iudies, murdered a friend be
cause he r.m^ed as invitation to break
fast.
in
who, it
Massachu­
Lb
i«hment,
hopper*.
1 in this
said, sometimes, for iun
compels her scholars
to
eat grass
world you fail to find anybody
.. purser.f, don't get mad
and think of cosimitti: suicide try to
bear it as
brave
y as you eaa.
y oa take rather
from
for instance. Da-
coon got a licking from the ecbool master,
ne wasn't satisfied until Pythias got one
too. Pjthia? got the me^sies occe, and he
went rijrbt off and gave thtm U Damon.
They snared everything together. Damon
fouii! his
father's whisky ^ttle one dAy, i
but he didn't k- ep it
to himself.
too much spirit
for a hiugle msr.»" asked a kind man of
one who w as indulging pretty freely. I
beg pardon, sir I have been married
these ten years," was
theacswtr.
was a taunt of Mr. Richard Cobden
that there was not
a man
of ordinary or
polite education, as it is call* in
Entriand,
who being cballeng-.d to point out Chicago day in which we
up n the map, u.d be able to put down Time as it does a gallery of choi
hi a finger within a
th usand miles ef the
spot
Vekt Uhkisd.—(Scene—A volunteer
review) —Infuriated
commandingofBct
thetareet!
tic—Hold on,
euvvnt
reduc
Privates of cavalry, artiderv and infantry
receive hereaf er $ 13 instead of $lt and
the compensation of
Lou-commissioned
•ers is profs rtionately less than for-
merly
A ladt bad a f&Torite lap dog, which
she called Perchance. "Asingular name,"
said some tody, for a beautiful pet,
mad
im. Where
did you fi it Oh,"
drawled she, it was naxed from Byron's
dog. Yo^ remen-ber
where he Per
chance my dog will howl.'"
a n
we can
tall,
\t/re
to bay with,
trior*
to wll{
Mere of comfort, 1i"* of cara.
More to eal aiid more to wear
Happier borne.., with fn^en briyhler,
Ail oar btirdena rendered llt'bter
Cotntcence clear, and n:iini« ran'- ii exongar,
Debt* n.iich chorrer, purpcs lora-er
Ana
a heavy duty
cuse up
eomething
on Syra­
to that time, owing to the salt
monopoly,
and Damon was a free-trader.)
laid np tuT to-morrow.
called old or not, giving hi* age.
"Twenty six," said the elderly gentlemm,
to how you take it. No w, for
it
Is young enough for a goose it
se words in
Y
visible signs oMhe deterioration
E.
would be if coi.ipelled
glish nation.
s,
but be is s u k What ails himi"
continued the questioner. He has got a
sore finger, sir "Indeed!" "Yes, &ir."
Then why don't he cut it off!" Please,
sir,
responded
the little maid, he haint
got any money to buy a knife."
Boiung potatoes is apparently one of
the most simple
ojierations of
tary cookery. Yet
has an eYentful and pooliw
tt.ry. Tne fl,tg is a man-of war b«t,
sig.i, a'" ut s:x
IV et
wide.
Mid
to
wear bet­
important,
made a mixture of
oojson oak a- htithr-nt. It tched
triid it on yelled with dehght the rext.
one took two drinks, and turned a double
somerset in
the road
my
lie went
ou
him
Suddenly a great shout was beard. A
cloud of dust was seen to rise up In tb*
direction of the salt-woiks. I1 approached
rapidly, and in a short time Dnmon time
tearing in tin
(]tij
Iiefon-
sine rders' tleiight.
oft
and stole
his
hid
could not reach the
.it, u o e i i s u s
the horse baulked aKaiu when near ulge
port, and the would
bec«,ngr
couple.
gentleman called, and
si
vitriol
bo'tie,
and shake
.tulators wen.
denied the privilege ol *e ing the happy
There was a little amu?etrent !n the
nice of
he pardoned
bothator.co. Tut
the Probate Judge of Cincinnati!
a few t!a s
agti.
them
An exce dinglv
pi-
tor a marriate
avidity, put
applicant's name
rapir y aske- 1 i
lkense. Tbe accommo
ing Clerk,of oours -, seized the
tick his hands in his
Put it into a
wtdl
acknowleti-ed
log-thcr, when it,
is fl for use bathe w
clerk
11 the
hapf»v man departed, n.\ i that ne w
tind out and nail
commends it
as
long and thivul
It
was taken out
in Wilkig'
tion in 1^3*?, and wa3 on ihe
went further S mth ti.an any of b*r rl?
panions. In l*SVJ
the calors
wtr-
i a n a a e v e
j:r,k,"
ed to'he Grinnell exp dition,
taken further North ti.an a y o ht
th?U we
rather old.'
The Iiev. Hyatt Smith, of Brooklyn,
has in his possession a Testament w hich
he picked up by the side of a dead soldier
boy on the battle-field of Gettysburg after
tne close of the tight. A singular f«ct
about the book is that only tine blood
staid is found ur on the pages, and that manding all our hopes and labor
covers th-
father in
be
man?" replied: "Well,
sir,
lam
do it, although i: dt go agin the grain. I
wanted her to marry Biil Plowser, who is
worth twice the money o' that ere man."
The answer was not considered reinilar.
One of
the imp
irtunate
a*
e
It
o e e e n e
18.1,
wbtn Dr. Ear,- went
Gri..i
ell !oan-d him tbe flag, aid
tak- n still fyrtt or n. h. Att ui(,.
iug hi- van: 1, Dr. Kane m*de a
vojage
stock.
in an open at toward t!
Pc.le. Tbe
colors served
f.r
when he tlept in th: boat. In i--'* '.
flag was loan'd to Dr. Hay
est.
w
h-
half a 1 egree nearer tne f»orth l'
it had ever f»een beiore. At ihe
r/:.
lion of each exp*di:io|i it wae iciurn
Mr
Gri'.ned.anti now
it has
bt^
in ca'e of Cuptain Hall, who takt*.
wi:h »iid in the PoIh^ih
TiMlay.
"To-day!" A sni-ill
worl,
tag's. know
ari
rently of but little rn aaing but ti ,*
ages agone or those of the futur.
g/ti-p at it! We who art enjoying
blutai.'gs, with it- few trifling i s..,.
not the priceless vak*
live Ma- ka-j
treasure, or gazing
r—
Hi, there, get away, you mailman—get
av
ay
Easy minded luna
r, I
ain't as rmvi as
I look! I was here all day yesterday, and
found it much the safest place in the field.
Trig pay of the enlisted men of the
United States army has been
v ,«,
ures—from ihe threshold. We al w &
spot. member our feelings whea we fir-t
on entering, or when last we v\ie
parting. All the joys of exnm :,?
Vj
on
swallowed up
ea curi* n
in the
oth'-r great
fee.ing. Mankind truly
cradle a
lives only
id
the grave The livt s,
ih
and the bli«ts s are less acute to
prophecy and the memory. How
ant, ttn-n,
justify the prn:,i.
the past, and ask 11 the u m*rr
future! Tbe
wt r:d
is br gbter o:
in view of the life of every nat:
within that nati
but for the world.
m:
n,
E^h
of every in
p.r.f)E |ivt.g) „()t
8ioi e for
Tu ugh not t-•
of the genius of a
Bhaktpefer*,
thr .*
manship of a WashingVn, nor
tin
fco»d of a Nightingale, to electrify
miration of the world, th* re are
modi s of moving tke w .rid t:
re invisible chords that vib v.
they awake the symphonies of
thi w
great art. The air is full of tb
Ai'd they run frtm each human s
Uiroukh the great
toul
Biagiie'ic
of the
in
JL •, the ijch that move* tte:a
1
throb of the human h«
the
thoughts, the aspirutitas
ud
'.ht
gttod er evil, jubt vo tht y affect
been
an
A damiv of twenty-ix having
termed an "old baehclor," appealed
elderly gentleman to decide whether he
should
be
the
center of all life even as th-1 barm
feels and notes the changes n.
atmosphere, aud
inJicat
s he sao
its face, fchoul i every nifin, wotur
child,
act, only for one yiar, up to
highest realisation of rigiit, justice,
religion how wonderful would be
t]«
suit! And the on.y way to inau^t rn
such a miivtm' i is for each p- is..n
w.tit not long
is
ta act
s or her neinld. .r
iu.medi
and trust
tei, act iniei^ it:
to the juture
for tne
fruit
it will be ripe and who esome. Ye.-t
may serve for a vantage-ground, but
for a
model
to-morrow may
tve ht_
but not
worshipjjed
to da is
Revelations: And strivings, successes, and failure
it became as the blood of a dead man." laughter and sorrow. All theoe thi:
A BToiiT is uilrl of a
the itt»
a church, the mater-al with which the stru' n.r
who, when the marriage service came to to'-day is reared ,- be they nobh-, hi.li w
the point w hire the clergyman asks, "Who hoiy, the building wi.l bo giacefuj an
giveth this wokian to
married to this tract.ve ia its proportions,1 be thi v
called to groveling and sensual,
juveniles who
stdicit [Kjunu s wag aokeo, Where is your
mother!" She answereddiflidently,"She
it
will
tin dirt and ruin of its age, or, if l.-tt,
be a perpetual monument of
nnn
that your every action goes
wi
disgrac...
realize the importance
01 to-i»y
id
to deov. ot
mutilate the grand structure now b!ui
around you. Each thouiht, ea i.
each aspiration, helps mold a 1 ie he
carve a cornice,or s ft ape a
pedestsi.
and judgment!—New Era
the elemen­
a" a
recent meeting in
water
London, a gentleman had the courage to varying intervals, dependent on
say that not one girl sevenUe .,
of a mtion, hahiio of life,and thecircnmt•».:
e a i n a n e k n e w o u o i a o a-
of
them,
11
thi n, that
you live up in
demand of the age, and to the nan
in­
built up by your own enlightened
mi
Bo ir Long to Starve.
A man will die for want of air in
minutes, for want of sleep in '.en
want
of
in a week, for want
i e
o a s i o n. I n s a n e s a
s at*1 that so great is the where persons ha^e be n o
housewives just now 1 jp(,
matt, rs that this
majly
in-
weeks without eaiing a [--i
,rMMl
one ol the most outward and
but wht.r
of the
opportunities
it 1))ti en invaiU
hi.vt
(),j, rea for a fhir in^t^iKa!iun of lu
bly found thata«f
ard wicked fraud has been at the
A Colok ado saloon-keeper said of a of it.
rough crowd: "I couldn't get thtir whisky On tbe 2Hh of August the captai:
s'roug noueh for
so af)fr trying Boston whaler was wrecked-
Ft
he could not get a drop
Vm.
p()iiuds,
confccious,
own pack, ^nd
it in the woods."
A pabtt of gentlemen who left Bridge
port, Conn recently, to attend tbe wed
ding of a friead,were tignally unfortunate.
They had nearly rt ached
tin ir iet*t i ation
when the hoise i.mulked, and could not be
inadt Ui advii.ee & i lu' h. The time for
the ceremony was at hand,
ai
d, as they
chi.rch
witnesa it,
would
in season to
ti.ey
have
of
and
watt
I n«r'ie|e of -od On the dny of
I called it the sheep heruers* delight and he weightd one hundred and
it was a jiopular d. ink. The first Pike I 1
th-
win
(,ilt
n rescued, be
hundred pounds. A teaspoen:
biantly
the house. A
l»eddler came: along, and after he took sev vessel which saved
was giv. u to
en,
f,)ru they
sailor,
e,.uld be taken on
b-i
them,
thev bect'n"
5
aiid remaintd for w i
u a e v e n u a y e o v e e
Ma'iy
so-!6 have en killed by
taiir.g
I 0
after having fasted for a long time
safe plan of procedure, and
that
w
every reader should bear in mil
feel the way al
ng
t-tancs.
ncludtd t«» turn
al)Ut
and bid the couple g. s| by^ atthe B'i !ge
i
a» iers.ns v.
traveling in the dark and tear a
ahead. There can be no rule (fiver
cau-e there are so maay mn
iiyintt
Give a tea-p ontul of h"t
at a time,
ai.d, if
0
there are no ill
11 (1
repeat in five n.inntes, and the
amount ot stdl
ftsxl,
can
lat-
bl.
nk with
do .vn tbe da' inhered the!
ami'hen
aak. the
im
nid
again
cited on the v V i
K-itledbv the
guards ever introduced for the protec-tion
of
th- tinman
1B*
The good people who hare become ex-'
Ik! on
the v
fart that a -p.-c'a]
padded
bv
Don't be discouraged if
the 'art that
tee of E ?lish doctors has lately reported e/1
family. Thfi
reoverr"rirt
this
t'OUI'(1
commlt-
r/
Hnlrv Tin n^ w-^ nr''**
i?[uU'd
that almogt universal mJrfi ^ira
H.nd
e
is f^ it U t? i!,,
etire its
uriv.
such as are tefWli^ hIk0"'
tientT
h.
boiled rice, f1'
bread, or grtu-l, for the stomach is
weak as the
sutlVrer
in proporii n.
"n'y manage a very siaail an
food.
Wading in water, or keeping tin
wat r, sensibly ai
corpuleit
at
s tbe
hor:
Wa!'''r'
fTeu.!li
thirst—JJ'til'g Jwirrutl of Henith.
Home Manufacture.
1
[laiit nt lover tae name of the prospective
oride This was a poser. Tae interro
gated
stared blankly at his questioner.
old plowmen down East w
ing tough stories of their exploit!
i i n u n e w o u n e i e n W
ofl
p. ckets. and 'finaUV
th .t he did not know Thi-
loltl
aff ct.-d part
the buoh in this yarn
TwA8t
"P
in
tblS 8
htm tnat the name w-.ewei.tU with a team of nine
h. the legality of the
lio nse,
aud the un
:nr^'
1
W88,
f"r
P-1'
«n
*lnn?'
we
jest gripped tbe
one'rf authority gwung my
-1 rent*
st
ln,?ic of
1
makiD uot very 8
o
among r.,cks and .-tumps well. 0
tbt'
ceination question may be
^°'th'
J'1"w.({trut.k
fhir
a^'
stump four foot through, y
the plow through, when
ihethowai
1
P°rted ed through my mind that the pesky
might" snap t^gcTher and pinch my v^
I
plow ha dies
Uol.t! and
th"np
!L ,•! n "fcQ,P»"n
bnsl
feet up outo' the
safe-| gtmUp tp rung back
ai
catch ed
my pant do*
tb«
-ommitteethmgupstandin' Well, I tightened
6
ns.
Thi»l brought
Jim Swithin, he a
r.*i a' !'-k® to se- drivin' ihey spoke to the catt
1°^
"naked that stump right out by ilw
and it had awful long ones
fee-
It mo-t a ben Stnunia'on
"ALL take* with him on pend rs," said the other.
hw expedition to the North "My wife
*0
kui

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