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WOODSTOCK VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,1899. XO. 3. la PUBLISHED WasKKLI B"t JOHN H. GRABILL. -. ?UtMCKldTllOb $1.00 Per Year? InfirUbli in Ai.ance. _?1, . aa?ol i priva? oatnre Will be charged for a? idverU?.??*. the bkbZld job office e... |ile t,r' ,Vl"'' n -? rt ni.iff"'!""' tl ' "' ?sSiiaaoaabl? t-*?n?_ ??'???a^?0 Advertising Kates. , .?;i ||i i.e mr?ii?i Bl rt dol? .1 iior aajaaraaf ten llnesor le??, for It iBtartiOB, and ?Ocenti tor each lit-'U. r?**'','iari?rh ?>< 'J .ar.'y ?dv-rt-i ? u r by contract. fFCnle? th?- oauiberof m??rtk?? if marked upon the i a ?in script, as" -''?? meuts will be ptibli?b?d ?util fo and ctarate?! PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I. H. W.l. ? .V?. ?A I.W 11 ^yil.LIAMS ft BROTHER, Attorney s-at-Law, \\<i(t|| Ot K \ \ Fraci'-e ?? ?1 M - ? ?? i ?, .?.i rireiie L'cuii ?I A| l'ial?, ?t)d in the ln ciiii atsit |li?iriel ?. ' i.i ? o? ti? Mai., ibe ci'l niHk ?(i 'i ? ;? IS, -i-'t. M. I. W \. Ii'N. ?.. 1". SI ? 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RVti-r t? l u-i>rie?nr ni llBsUl 0 ?:<d Clli aatao National bai.K oi ?Va*?) : Kt?>n ?itj u C. Mar. Uli *89 '?jr. V Wheels.Springs, Spindles, ' ola, Shafts. Sid? Bars, Tire?, Cushions To .i' and all liu^-ry iv/pairs corihtantly on hand IT you want y?'ur bnivrg} n pairad it Um best m.iiint, and at re..?"it:?bli .iricis, call en CHAS. MK.AL. Woodst? ?k, Va. J.'in. lltli 1 y i - T m. i coalT All kind? of c?ia'. for ?ule. Apply at vVisman'? warehouse by plum?- or In pcr ?il,. M. Ii. lioTTBk. Nov. 18 tf .1 te Wit] lie lee Pli BY 1 vvi? B. rillt.1 IPS, It -i,??- t ??-lit, and Mowing In Tli?* i*ky **??* '" ''" ?***' :''"' ?' a us ? .. m un, s-? tin- dark ni lb? I ii.t 'M ? ?iifp?ir't t. . it must In* midi i ? r* foi " M i? ?< Mom kiioan at I Wrt? li tie ii <!?'!?* Wat? h. I .m n foui ??'? I ek bb<? il. ? k iilMiut 1 at mi li t , Id? k i ut t"i -?. r i m ,, i; --S i|i -.li.-j-*?'! ? r-trti' ".?r | h- '(' 'I !'* Tbi m a? iN n '<?(? tlic sec , v? i o h "! Ibe wa'cb. ]u into h ?? BfBlbi ;' rigg'tig. slii ? " l ?? rvi '.tin ( d. "An :???'! , it >s, mi! ? t, t?im"-. A 1 tri i ,ii ?I ij !"' be t.\u>: led, abri p in a toil? ? hi? 1: ?bowed t In ir i i n (uni ni to be loat, I i ?rali ii sprang to tin* bra and h ion .--, ?? ' ;'.. t*>e rest ?d crew tBUiblfd op IrOBl It low, ? Hit* ceptaiu mid o b? r < fli-ers rn t ut tbeir cabin*-; the ht j v.,?s kept up mu? ibe ."inn's swu ; round, mu? 11.?* ship's head tun tu.Mif !.?. the direction ?hence had ('('111?'. '1 li?' ?' ipt-i in ?"l ?in his ?-M* round, ai ?1 then ordfi tlie course tn be brallrd up, a t'"?- ma?ntopaail? to lie bsake I, lay Ibe ?bip '?>. I soou <1 covered tin- cause of (bese u noeo". i. >; i ' '"? foie 'he sliij? b ?]nitt* .-??? i - round, I peiceiv lour ing h ss ?ii! l',t -iriii?'.', wliicli t look-out i taken for t abite sai'? <>i" a .?li i*, bot wtai ? .1 in reality, to he a ? ist ii Att?cited to it, and t-xtei nit: a contdderable distance to H . ?.i?,? li' l-l or v? r.v exteosl . : ? >t which Ibe **ii would bave run bad it no! lie? \. i? ?! ?n liuie, and in th case it win.1?! In all probabill bave inataatlv (rone down wl every s ul mi in> ird. In constqueme of the extren darkness il *i ?dangerous, to hi way* for it was impo aible to say whal other floes r smaller masses ol loe might pro ably l>e upon tli?in before tin would lie ?ein. We therefore r m .?m .1 hove to. As it was, I eon II"* -???? tin- Moe till it ?VHS )l ill??; 1 on* to tue b\ ?nit* of fu- crew, TV hen '':iv!|i.lit tin k? next mon toe* the fearfully dangerous po* tioii in wblch Ibe ship was place ? ,i? m , n. Ou every side of i appeared long Hoes of ice, wil s. vital icebergs l<>atiiig lik itiuiiii'aiiis ?n a plain among then vvliit?' the only oji"i:jn?r tbrOBg wbieb we eoold escape ?asa na rn? paM>aj"*?". to the nnrtwes wbieli we mast have cone in tb course ut that perilous night. Wbat made our position Mi note terrible Was that the vas 'lias*.?-* of ice were appoicliini nearer and nearer to each other, h ' that wc had not a moment to los?; it we would ?fleet our escape. A light increased tve nh;v, at a dil t ?nee el tlir.e miles in the wes' <? id, anotber sbip lo atar vors predicament iban ourse]vea, in is-, neb us she wag Completel J m il r t i.i.bd by ice, tboogb she util ! m ;? soit of basin. The ?im : held to Hie northward? so that wi c mid stand clear out of the p-i?s a.'e r-hdild it reroaiu open loui eanogb. Onr untortuuBte neiebba Ii i I by tbi? tine discover,. 1 bei 0 ^ ri p riions condition and wt ? she ha*] hoisted i signal of i' ?i ??. wv n'so b?BB**(l IBS ?h? ? S? Hi In;* tO '" ?11 001 ??Mention to in"; but regard for O'i i OWn Stf<*'? C' llljelled US t?) ?1?? ' t b?ni : ?I we bed ourselvei lie il of the ice. If was verv dreadtnl to waieh in- stranger, ml to feel that ?c could tender her no assistance. A I hands acre at Ibe brace lead? to tr?tit the s,?||? sb mid Hit ?it ?I In ad us; for. in that cine, v.? ?booId bave to beat ?nit of the channel, uliich was aveiy instanl arrowing narrower arid narrower. The captain stood at the, weather (?angst-a. , conning th? ship VVben be *aw the ice closing in on us, be ordered ? v? ry stitch ?>l can van the ship could carry to be del on her in the loiloin hope ol car rving h?r en' beiore the catastro plu- should happen. It was a chance abetheroi not weai.ouM beeaaghl ami our gin?! ship pulverize?! be? tween i bos?, vast uias.M-s of relent lis? ice. However, I ?as not bo inmli occupied a lib our own daogeff as to be unable to keep an eye on the sfanger, and to feel .??? p inlerest in her fate. I was in the mizzeii top, ami as 1 possessed a spy glass, 1 could Mee clearly ai that ocouried. The aster vu which the ?pome* feaael jilo ?ted was nearly smooth, Ihoogh 'covered with foam, caused by the ?00 "??al masses of i"e as thev ap? proached each other. I looke?', ami saw that as tti? air Anger li d bat a t'.?v fa'b on? n| either aide of her aay?*-t,*he tl ? ? :? t ???I unharmed. Te pen' ?as \, <?. mng, bot tbe direction of Hi? lee might change, and sh? might | be fr,-?-. Still, OB Bams I'.e ??; ?:??' -n.isn. - with terrific lorce, ?i ?> I fancied that I BOU'd li'-ar Hie edge grinding an i eruabing together with a revtibi ra'ing roar. It e ice. clii?eil pitilessly on the illfated vessel. .She ms probabl.i as totally unprepared to re pressure as we were. At first I hi >ug| t Hist it lifted inr bodily up,: bul it was not si, She was loo deep in tbe watt r for tbat. sides were crush? d in Ilk? saells: her stout timtiers were tent | into a tboOBBOd fragment?; her tall masts tottered and fell, though ?til attached to the ball. For an in? stant [oonoioded thstt tbe ice moat have sepirateti, or perhaps the edges broke with tbe force of the concussion, (-ir, as I g.**ed, the wrecked masses of bull, an 1 spars, and "canv ?ss seemed drawn sud? denly downward, with Irreaii free, B"J<1 a tew frai'inetifs. whichI bad ''?en hurled by tbe force ol the concoBfiion *o a distance wero a'l thai rem lined ol tbe h vessel. Xi t a soul of bel CMiid have bad time to eac tbe Ice. I look? d anxloasly, b it not A ?peck COitld b" seen stiri!".* near the spot. Boob, tboogbt I may be tl e I ite of tbe 110 being? on board tbe very sh [i which I stand, vie many inimit?s are over. 1 bel eve I ??.?* ?he onh | on bo,mi who **? itoeseed lb I paliiug catastrophe. M ?! emigrants were Im low, md Hie few who were on deck were with tin crew ?watching our own progr?s? pretty anxiously. Still oa*"*.o??er grew tbe passage. Some ol tbe ice ports we h-ol passed through were already closed, Tic ?rind fortunate!?, beld firm, aod though it contribu?? d to drive the ne faster In npon us, it yet fafore?! our ese ?pe. The ship flew through the water at a great rale, beet I lip ov?-r to tier ports, and although at times it secuieil as If the maaf. would go over the sides, still lb? captain held on. A minute's de lay might prove <>ur destruction Everyone held bis breath aa tbe width of tbe pasiage ?1? crease'', though we bad bat a short ?lis tance more to make good before we shouM tie li?e. I must confess that a'l Hie time I did nor. myself feel any seii-e >>\ fear. I thought it was a ?linger more to lie apprehended for others than myself. At length a shout 'ron the deck reached tuy ears. and, lookingronndi I saw tbat ?<e were at l.+st on Hie outer side ol tbe Bob. We w?Te just in time, foi ?the instant after?the ice mel, an?l tbe passage through which if had come was Completely close I tip. The order w ?s BOW given 11 k rj tbe helm in?,and .to srpiaro aw*.' the yaids, a':d with a Hos ing sheet we ran down the edi/o of the iee upward? of three miles, before we were quite clear Ol it. Only th?n did the people begin to in (pi I re wh-it bad me?me of tbe ship we hud lately ?it?. [gave my account, bat fewezpreased ?my great soamlaaeratioo, tor tbe fate of those who were lost. Oir cap? tain had bad enough ol loe. SO be steered a course to gel as fast M punible into more Bontbem la i tude.?Wide World M igaSl ?'. Totter Salt-I.liciint and Kc/.cm.i. The laten?ie Itching and ?martI denl to these li-'- bu ?. isln? tut.11? by applying Chamberlain I Eye and Skin Ointment. .Many very bad case? nave Inen jierm.im nily cn;> d by*1 It i? eqoally effii Ien1 for Itching pPta and i favorite remedy fcr sore nipple?, . happed band?, chilblains, frost bite? and chronic sore eye?. ?>., ci*.per box. lir. I ail)'? Csadltlefl Pawirva. are i-t what ;i hors?- n.. Is when m bad condition. Tonic, NcimI mrifter ard rermifuge. They are not f'?"l bat ?cdicine nml the N-st in asa to pot I iotb? i.i prime condition. Price 2> ??His ;?r ?"ack?i.-c. ?? n i.i. Papa? Mercy I What an inter rogation point yon an! I'm Mitel didn't ask such ?'rings of quest? ioii-i when I was a boy.' Little Boo ? l'.-ih ?pa if JOB had,you'?' km w m?.re ?Bs. "i.,n ! ?..I.SM 11. |.il ai, 1 To quit ' ctio. lull of lie nir , ti''.e 1 I 'i I11.L-KIS. .'*>e or ?I <???. *JM let mi,I senior 'r ? i^rlt I? ?ii-iy <o. ' v? ??or't 's'pose,'said Kditb, glancing ii|i At the are light, Mhst thtj Jigh's ate th? blo-som? of the el. cm?; plant, aren't tbey, papu?'?Judge. AUCH . i I'd \ot '.Vnlt Por Uraii ?rn' ? ?on. ' Wabbi ?lili? i i by Dr ? riab ii, 4, "ii ? i this: 3 nan. " There " near bia day rlresi 'I two a talking . of Jerni ..ill ibou Wi ?1 infi mi' i . height of its walls, and i . ?' 1, "Ron, man." . mu. foi ? i-I imminent evi ry young i diate adt : Wbli h, un h r bii own ( barai U r and dea Nb alow or I.i . ;? ? tlu fartlicr on, 1 will he . e. Sa ift fl 'I I lllll-t 11 practical und ii be mai I II. Itnti n't . ? Hun, befoi ? before bia i ciilc?! for tv tbe m it. ' ? ? ??' ? ? ? mi.I 1 . yon i will be at that . i egin ? will I Master ?it the sliiiiitloii. litnat; ? y i ? t it. li -,'.? : men i trlevably n if ri tonn ? Ihul are quite f iiih.r in y hand, ( r i-i i ?. er i bank, r r In a Ui you mak -1 nn bast g, or go inl f-ivo ? ? team to b glitt? : : -? turni nt, i r c trict for.the lu. the Pol pi t. 1 on an fr m y, or fat '. ment n i nd upon rheumatism failure or ?ti it? wo that y n ( ai d tdej ? il n] on ; Ingwbi n y. . ougbt to. Il live to 1 or ot i r i \ centenarians, and lueanwbili tin ir be i/o into bankroptcy, nr, ti m].ted ry, i r misa] ] ri priatii n "f tr> funde, o? wat? ring i f railroad or m Ing ?took, o;,, into tbe ].i nitentiai Neither had you better spread yours out l 16 or 20 i ' r eiut y ? ir, m ?n ito ' itmi nt. II 15 or 20 per eel I Investment? are apt pay nothing aave lb? prit a-?- ? : whii h you ( ? nt fr? a govi rnm? nt I od than ; e promised j, r cent fi m ? dh idi nd \? biota w invi r l .1 i.iily onoa twice, si a- to tempt you deeper In l furo tilo grand imaah op, an ceive, Instead of a? r fr? n tbi tary 11 the company saying tbi ?? sorry If y ? g.g'| a -,, ;,r or fi or ten yi ar?, i r mi it i f your lif i I'll r wait rath | . nil ne m J Then aft? r you get it do not t?, ml all Nev? r Ip ni a d liar until y< have 60 yi a do ni t ?peud. 1 tbe governnn ut i i Ity bo many splendid vi uru tl daUgbB r? Ol He ', :iil tin of lif? tn lea? tin ir '1 iitnr by 'in kind -> nal'r .r ?ah? frii nd who might si licit fi r tbi m a pt ki ? i? tic m tn in starvation and tl I not die ; tin understand how sue. ?pendthrift and reckleai and improt ?hnt men iar , at i at the ting adminio when the,?* bave 1? ft their families i tin- topi 1 of want and mendicancy ?s"urh nu i. do n t dei rve b tbi h bai p . al an ?vi rlaet ins po i i m no diaa] pointe ont ? d itate i f mind do I kiv tins oounw I, 1er life bai bat n to ma glad lurpri*, h 11 ? S? bi ?n ta bmm 11 m?.nt. 1 XK ?T t) i T* ?>? of ailvHiit rlimity i to n.eb mal .. ?meut, I ui 1 hav aeen aomaay men rain??] fortlroeaa? eternity by ?-"inc. Inl > i spi ndil : I Bothing t" I. j.i nd .. antidpa HoB that il 1 had power tn put al warnings Into one 11 ip ? f tbontle? W'cnld wit.? that Itatlliog v. In in. tic Biy to all ? OOBg 'inn what .lohn Kali dolph aaid le imI er ai o hi d Ma li UK flagi r mit towan nt and Witt ?hrill VOitM c. n il '.t. "<n lilli'iiiru, s?.a* i??nl?ln? Vu*. I) i i. ' rrni'Tiber Isees Newton, tbe ??-Trat??! I. f hi? day. (Hice peddling - m the ?tree!, snd Martin Lather singing on tbe pabilo aq i nntea thai bs im-"ht pick up. and J. .'m Banyan mending ki Itiea, and tho lat" Jadge Bradley "f lbs UaltadStates Sejireiiie court, who wa? too .?oil of a d htirtur, ami 'Iiirtor. tlm paint? er, who was the un nf a barber, and Lord (live, who saved India to Eng? land. Hupped by hi? father to Madras a? a nseleaa boy whom he wanted to get rid of, and Pridtianx, the world re I scholar and theologian, i Ing BOtS and pan? to work hi? tbroagb college, and the mother ol ' te William B. I'-lge, the pbilan pill and mggnJfleent man, keepi thread and needle ?tore, and . w I". wi ri ' d ( n small wag ". living to give |50( for the funnding of an institute hi.? air' . d lairtissnih of Dl and daughter? 0f Ame Bi 1 1 "v liten, tho scientist, begin h s useful learning and affinent ci by reading tho hook? that had ?it i ven a-ln.re from a ?bipwreck a lea*. There is, young man, a f Bnaai ial or literary or moral or |ioBl success awaiting yon if yoo ki v how to go up and take it, ' ttii.e it or get ready to take il mightier tho opposition the graudei | li when yon have conqn? There i? a flower in Siberia that bit only in January, the severest inout that Bold climate. It is a ?tar thi and covered with glistei ;.- thai look like diamonds. A I Man tOOk i-oine ol th : seeds of to Bt Petersburg and plai tin in, and they grew, and ou the col I Ji.unary they pushed back i. I ii ?? an 1 burnt Into full bio Tbey railed it the "enow flower," it make? me tuii:k of those whom : tries to freese out and ?now (1er, hut who, in the strength of ( push through and up and nut and hi in the bardas! weather of the wor cold tl irred and radiant v ? beauty given only to those who life a struggle and tnrn it into a Again, if you wonld master tbe ? when angry do not otter a w er write b letter, bat '?'fore yon ?p a W< rd ' r write a word sing a ver? I-yinu in a tnnenrranped In nil and having no staccato passai If very angry, ling two ?i raSB If i " rape, ?ing three vera o.- aabealtblefll thing on en gel mad. It Janglsfl tbe n'rve?, a and sets tbe heart i a wild thumping. Many ? man i a woman has in time of si mental mid pbysioal agitation drop 1 ' 'hat, bnt ic make? f I?, and ii..iki more virulent, and auger is partial n Diummate nicida (Jreat attnrnc ? t,Hiding tbi?, bavo often v their cause 1 y willfully throwing ing counsel into a rago. Then m you must manage or ouo wr an you must coutrol in order topic nd make life a success, and tl is yourself. There are drawbridge? ? rery castls by which you may keep i . f your naturo foreign foe?, but no tr lu- a defense against himself ntilpst I." a divine defense. Oat of tbe milli? of the human race tbere is only t i who can do you permanent a everlasting barm, and that ia tbe bei that walks under your own bat and jour own shoes. Th. ("naqaaat af Self. The hardest realm tbat yon will e? have to govern i? tbe realm t>etwe your so ilp and heel. The most dang? rgo h ship ran carry i? dynanil iiti'l t li" most peri loo.? thing in one'* t ture i? an e\p!o?ive temper. If your t tore i? hnpeli raly ira?i lbloaLd tempest i ii?, theu dramatize plaridily. If t ?hip is on fire and yon cannot exti guiab the flamea, at any rate keep dov the batcbea When at aome injusti inflicted upon yon or some insult offe 'dor some wrung done, the belt thi i for you to say is to ?ay nothing, and t, beat thing for you to write ie to wri nothing. If the meanne?* done yon unU'itrahlo or you mnsterpress yourac or die. then I commend a plan tbal have i BOS or twice sucoessfully adopte Take a shawl of paper. Date it at yoi home or otlioe. Then put the wroni ?! ? r'l ?ame at the bend of the lett page, without any prefix of "Colonel v i f "I). I).," and begin with i ti nil of OOBTtasy. hut a Ixdd and abru] "Sir." Then follow it with a ?tatenn-t of the wrong be ha? doue yon and < tii" nidii/natinn you have felt. Put ini it tin- strongest term? of execration yn i an employ without heinr* profane. Slg you inline to the red hot epistle. Fol it. Buvelopii Direct it plainly to tb man who has done yon wrong. Carr th. h rter a week, or two week? if nee id tbefl de-troy it. In (lod'i nam ? it. I like what Abraham Lit .1 tu < ic of hi? cabinet ofliuen That cahinet ollicer had been belied an misrepresented until in a fury he wrot a letter Of arraignment to bia enemy and in t>r?i.-t possible phraseology toi bun what he thought of birn. Tbe cabl mi itlictr read it to Mr. Lincoln an Blked him bow be liked it. Mr. Lin coin replied; "It is splendid for sarcast and ?corn. 1 never heard anytbiug mor ciimplete in that direction, but do yoi think yon can afford to send it?" Tb? calm and wise and Christian Interroga til n Of the president ?topped tbe letter anil it wat never sent. Voiing man, be fare you get far ou in life, unies? yot are in be an exception among men, yot will Im wronged, yoo will be nminter pn U d, you will be outraged. All you: ??Baa of justice will bo in conflagration Lei me know how yon muet that firs "n at offense, and 1 will tell yoo wbetb ?r yonr life i? to be a triumph or a fail tire. You see, equipoise at inch a tim? j mean? ?o many thing?. It mean* sell control It mean? a capacity to forese? reanlte. It means a ooufideuce in youi j own integrity. It meant a faith In the l Lord God tbat he will sec yon through Again, 'f ,V<"J would he master of tho ?itnation pot tbe beat interpretation ofl tbe character and behavior of other?. Do not be looking tor hypocrite? ia 1 churche?, or tbiuving among domestic 1 servant?, or ?windier? among bnaines? tin ii, or malfeasance in office. Tbere ii much ii life to make man ?nipicioai of ; otlers, ?nd when that obaraoteriatio of 1 sii.-pii ioa become? dominant a man baa I secured his own nnhappines?, ?nd be 'mo an otfeiise in all circle?, re? ligion?, commercial and political. Th? man who moves for a committee of in? vestigation is generally a moral derelict The man who goes with bis nostril? in? flated trying tn discover something mal ? i? not a man, hut a ?leuth houtiii ! The \? orld i? fell of nice people, "fensroBS people, people who are doing He ir best?good husband?, good wive?, III r-, goal mothers, good offi? cer? of the law, good judge?, good gov? ernor?, good ?late and national legia I.i i or?, ?nod ruler? Does some man growl out. "Tbat ba? not been my ex? perience, and 1 think jail tbeoppo.it?." Well, is* brother. 1 ?in ?orry for yoat afflictive clrcumr-tancea, and that yoo bad ?n unfortunate auoettrv, and that yon bave kept sucb bad company and had inch dlatnoaraging environm? uotico that after a man Ing a violent tirade ?as i men he is on his way Iowa, and live long BBOagb he w,ll for a quarter of a dollar I or a night'? lodging, H well, oh, yonng man, and yon wil life a pleasant thing to live an world full of frieu'l? an diction everywhere about y.n. l.ooL Bar! t'.,r Lack. Again, if yon wonld be situation,expect nothing ft or haphazard, or gaming? tbi? time, when it ii gambling exilian;" ?mount of about 180, 000,0 > a day remark may be nscful. There time? in many a mini's life whe hope? to get something for wbicl doe? not give au eguivalent, and i aro f>0 kind? of gambling, from all of them. Understand tba gambling spirit i? a dil more laoaaaafa] you are tain you aro to go I rain. Having made bji tb de-i not the gamblet itopand mi ?afo invi -tnieut of what I ?nd spend the rest < f leis hazardous style i reason i? he cannot stop. death ever cure? a ce.ti.irmi d garni ' Dr. Ko ley's gold euro rescue? drntiknrd, and there SI preparation? that will am of nicotine, and religion cun isve one except a gamt'b.r. T.. irresponsible. Having gi I him ho i? no more responsible fi r k lug on than a man falling from r f of, a four ?tbry the window of the auoond Iti ry and there yon may Und where a gambler baa ' reports him? If p. it ( aae tim man ???? der the heel of t|. gambler is a throe ? aud perdition. 1 be i u ring to him is in I tion. He began i ? aso or a !-? church fair and end pennies fur his Isi I I :'? shop. 'j| so fearfully tit tbi goated aud quit? 1. : start and win again. ?I I il n well to home an I lea? of all habita ' Hora that a man dropped dowi of a clobbouse in Lonr! ried in, and th" ?.' tn whether he was d it was prop. - : ? aim for In? covery tbe gambler? objected thai would aflfect the fairness of tbe I What noble men tiny must bar? b. But more and mor.' ladi gambler?. Tbey bet at the r have prizes in social gri ope which nothing hot tbe stakt s if gambling good way for a lady to get into i gamester'? babit i? l y I ginning w "progressive euchre. " Til door in a faabiooal le way In one onr great cities Invitati out for such a ne?' The guests enter'd and ml down a began. After awhile tb? bigh, and tbe lady wbi fainted and fell under the tal le. I guests arose, but ? touch tbe bell! Let us tim-h tl She would have dono so herself a wonld wish us if she s;? wo. ' ' went on for ?30 minutes longer, and tb a phygiciuu was called. Aft? r examii tion of tbe case it was found that t lady had been dead M minutea As I gueats lift their hand? in surprise I i cluiin in regard to tin-m, and refined and angelic womanhood I "Over Prof-mat I nill,-. Again, if you would be ma situation, never adjourn until tone rr what yoo can do today. Tb? between happy and ioa] : wearying and BXta I ing work ia tho difl d en WOI behind yon and work tx fore you. Bi always wait uutil you feel like it, wa until circumstances are morepn pitioa wait till mutl week, or wait till ne: year, and the probability il I will be only half dOB? l I a IL Postponement is tbe oureeof a v? population. .After awhile all the thin: that ought to ha\ i 111 n di ne previi u?l will rush iu upon JOB, and, it I much for your bruin and n.i?.?. jri will be a lit subject for paralysil ? nervous prostration. How many battl? bave been loot bacana? the general di Cot strike quick enough and ti had full time to gat! at re i aforo meul Yon intend some time to write that im portant letter. You inten : make that b |.mo to flaisfa that t oi k. JTi ii lend some time to ? ? i Where is some tim? I Vl tlmel D'u s it walk or di - ynir? Will it L ?, ? gier? iu the days ai d If one day ?honhl r?fu?" to! ind become a itraggler, il the nuiv.rse. Promptneail Up 1 Today I Now! Yon will you win. Tin re arc BOG printer's mistake, whi h Napoleon to be cal a III.' A Parisian editor at tbe time thai Lot ?? Napoleon by ba.so strategy turned thi republic into a uioiianhy wrote in de rision the word "Napoleon, " follower) by three exclamation point? Tln-?c ?I clamatioo points tho printer mistook f"T the letter "I" three time? written, and hence be wa?c?l!.d Nupoli on III " Bui promotion? hy accident are not to be ds ponded on. Depend on getting nothing except that which uuder ?'ml by your own iudngtry and good ?enae yoo ?chiova That waa a good maxim of olden tim?, "U?S thy spindle and diatafl ready, and God will ?end tin I lC?pecially do onr yonng men need to get ready, a? within the past few month* tbe world ha.? an folded them opportunities unch os we never dreamed would DOBtS BO s. Pairing Mido tho political qasatil S M ought to I? ?lone with Onb i Pi rto Uno and tho Philippin world, for the fir?l time, i? Opea, and the ques? tion now i?, what our young nun will do with the world. China, th" richest of ?11 land? for metals and, with 600,' 000,000 of people, i? made oui bor, aud the commerce of lbs United State* is to be ??uadrnpled in the life of tb? present gt ncration, and whnt advan? tage? commerce advantages mechanism ?nd ar' ?nd literature ?nd the profe.? lion? The American Blew the Ann ri can hammer, the American pen, the Ar.erican printing pre??, tbe American l ' ry contiii' nt. Y tti r ? " a we have ? i ?ccordln?? la ?he Word. n, if ? ' u would Dd I nain" it ' t important, fi r j - '. tat. monte m I . I r art and life. ? ' :r mannen, ? ? mBji rity of peopl IS years of age, and tb? i thai if you do not * i f tl ind religiou t ike p? neeaion of ymi n : y.ii ?\ ill never c Oil ' - McKiol? V. the li r our pre-nient, said to me at I "I am ir ing on i bei was the r. , ly I i ? "All tboas who a: r?i . ?. I ; | I? (.'O out of : - : Ige. " rding to r that no man bathe? twice in r:vt r Bot iu] j i h yon live l genarlans, do you not m i thai un nt is nn awful waste ol n . : rat ti Wi. ? | a heavy load . ' an havi I wo of ? o taw m In avi n bi i a great mill Wb? I I ! V. Il''' I a ?a mill ra - Ill i mill ra D . ri ? ! ? D ' ? - -and a young man i " life with cv.-ry wing i f ing? I : thunderbolt of heaven 11. dj. i?a and advancement??J twsea a young man . a youag man befriend' .1 I y I ami Unholdes of the sal? lie of life is ao severe that i man can ?ffl rd to decline any tbe mightiest help is God. On il 17-41 Count la Mook wenl t ; . in? -- Elias .' :.. h -.', |?| u ?. ?be beaitat? : - ? bad teller no to tl BUd lie.nut the tun k di w B| -, the one of bersel iu disgrace and i :. and the other of herself un i an.id basaaing subject? ?inly that ?ic tunal ein ice, ibe cbuee tbe thi ing men of W u ? . n ' \' i tbroa ? I ut Y. u may have what you a .ii. be the llave of paiaiou and ein am death or a 11 nqw ror empala S? uniafa proverb tvai . tl said [ "Tbe road ot By and By lead* to th. to ?vu of Never. " Ke ? m a lid B.llalea. - l mili n I speak ' t II 1 U it llU">o tb? I.'1'.'. .1 th.:' ' ? : IM| ,:. lo fou ought to li :' . it were yoor la?l i .... . . to live as though y< ? ? I to live a great while iu ibii m to live fi rev?* in tb? in atwori ,.il of varnish i : our genuine religiou. Gel in r i ! ii' ti a ?tb i ?od tbroagta J? ini( bri?l and I Jon need not bother yourself the rest ol ! your life fur two minu' - U r about your funeral, lb re is t ? rellgioa, one that will . fr.m your nature all that ou?* I ted aud irradia?' it v. rj o?d make it glow with ? .i. - " ?Id 1 - ' tb the next * - j ii m , i university In t | r the university of heaven a down I in it. Do not post] the b i in-.? . t your life that a can be and do in the t '. tie? If you do not amount t'i i fore 40 year? of age, yon will never amount to much Declaration of American In h | Bill years of age. William Pitt B8J prime minister of England at ft R? phut-l's great paintings were all On ?abad before ho was IT yeara of agi ? i wa? 81 when b? overcame Mex | tin? was attorney general ?it 14 l.u? 1 lavas Adolphua expired at lis At IT ; Calvin published his immortal "lostl Alesander tin) (in-at o I i and lesser men get turned tor the chief ' nvil of their lives before they i reach their midlife. Young man, ?tart tight, and the only 1 way to start right ia to put yourself into companionship with the at M friend : a young man ever bad?Christ IBS LaNvL He will give yoo eqnipoise amid th? rooking of life's uncertainties, li. ?ill support you in day of loss. He will di? rt-1 you when you come to the forki of , tb. ro.nl and know not which n ad to * take. He will guide yon iu your home life, if you are wise enough to have a j home of your own. If you live on to ' great prosperity, ho will ?bow you bow ta BaaaagB a fortune. If your ?arthly project? fail, ?nd yon are pnt in flcau 1 ciiil ?trait?, be will see to it (lint that 1? the beat condition for yonr soul, and the. dimlpllne and the hardship wi]} mi re of a m?n. If you live OB IB old ?g?, he will make the bright as Bad per bap? brighter than was the morning twiiia-hr. end when your work on earth " ? I >-tter world will ? S?d cuthn : and felicities whn li i?t John describe?, si :tn times as orchards, sometime? as ?haded s' irass as a cry? ? i river and sometimes ; i an or obeetraritb tu Igbty instrumenta, blown on 'y lip? cherubic or thrummed by i inhabitant? always : itol and resplendent, SO mightiest calamity of the uni ' tbat oue wbofatls " r it. Sin la Ciprnslv.. I man. leek only elevating and Improving rompanioasbip. Do not let the last scion of a r hie family, a fei? lt w with a big name, but bad habits, f-r be drink? and swear? and i? disso? lute, take your arm to wslk down the I Bfl evening with yon, r bis i -n is the most expensive tning In Ood'i sbIvsswa I h?ve read .1, '.be knight, tired out with the chas", h-.d a falTU on hi? \* ri-t, .'. ?a ! iwkl or falcon? tbey went ?own tnrtri !?? ? ? I very tbiratj . ing from a n;< k. Ming t tie ta non from bis wrist, th? bngle wbi'-b be carried, ;p-ng the mouthpiece of hi? Mi a tuft of moss, be pat tbi? cup under tbij w?ter ?' In p Ly drop from th? i ? fall, and then ? ? drink, wbea the fall s i with SB .nd By tta again and WBS ?- 'ale n t v en? 's a tbe cnp. En si of i. "' will wru.g tty neck if i .t again " But, a third time and I ibe falcon .r Braeil a ableb Into lly aud repr - roek w :ntO .led ? rhe knight, ? I the fal? l? p. I 1 kill 1 him, I uuw tntre ai u mi . ? .?? rtain.'y water? tn.it riirc?n that p ;-un. Tun miment tin re are Ihoosandi of young men, BBWittingly and not know? ing what they do, taking into their bugle cup of esrthly joy (bat which ia duaoly because it drips from Ibe jaws of that ( Id ?i rpent, the devil, and th? dove of God's spirit iu kindly warning uAabes down the cup. but again It ia uni again dashed down aud again filled and agaiu dashed down. Why not tutu a?vuy and ilake your thirst at the char, tright, perennial fountain that breaks from the Kuck of Ages, a fouu laiu H wi i?. and -o deep that all the in bulitauts of earth Bud all the artniei of heaven Way B and til their chalices.- _ nt.int Irritai? un?. Here i? a glimpse uf tiie ?eamy ?ide of life in Cornwall from Tbo Cornish .ue: "I'm atrr.ii, Jenny, you irritate yonr buabaad with your I? ng tongau. " "Aw, no, my dear Mis* Vivian, I'd ?n Tot bet day I WBfl '?no waitin for'n to come 'ome t.o supper Ki^-bt o'clock come, ?a no 1 o'eloc.; c me. au bo Jan. 10 o'i ..i . ' Jan 1 put up me I. ut.' t an lb? aJ "ii v "it lo every ki 1 by wink iu town, tin ut Dyke wiBSBf -, . I come 'hire, there wor Jan. I, 'Y.u Dgly murieren veilati. : wife an tiuW iu he upan i me d. wii. ' JACK H '' - Th. nioh I'lom Thai ;'a r.ir.iHril I rum Ttinl < BrUlfaM? fir. 1' r tbe ! m :.r if' re m quite little folk Li' pinoott'a Mag ? und bist? ry ! - IIS r - and rhyra? - i ? Pleaaaat Hi-- ry of ? tabling "In. Witty I'm U? ? : ant Ir. kB, ' I r BO il ia tel ' : I lu a v,ry old chapboi '?. ? . ?? 1 . ; , I Of ? St 1 ? m oki I l built a kit a, > >w, a .lanueroo? must ? : ?I i sent. " " . ..i.ible peaca f rin of a big of 13 nian ,4(1 ?O filvly lifted the oru-i and ubstratltd the f Well?, (ia hi? return, bringing the dsSBB, lie pJaaaibly ezpJatned that tlaty Bad teen ???v.u to him by the king ; ht mu th? rhgme: L?ttla Ja It Horn, r i i a corner (< I ?li? w-aaoai. E?lng hi? i'iin-ii. ., i-i*. Ils put tn hi? thumb And pull.d ..it i? v .ci i Iba tltl.daaJl, Bajlug, "Whiit a l.rs.o I*,/ aw 11" IN RUSTIC WAVB? Th. blackbird? ? lii-tl" "li da? laaf A rhjthiJiio gladness m liiair ?eng. /-? ,1 muht .ml morning ili.si the Ian? I .lit. by tba c..?? I- IN ruda lafraia *a*-e flicker dip? M gold.-n wing?, and far ?cisw? the nnwlow .wings. The ?w.llc-w ?kim? In lines ol grae* Like to th? curves that laalular. Iraca Al?iv.. lielow sn,t every*!?."* -? .t n, lag th iili? o... ?1?. Bluing ? iiu'.?-iie.. through ?ti. sll.nl saat With earth and wiaxl ?ml ak? a* tilaal The hedgerow hlofonro* stsio lb. and, Ti.e ?..nth wind? make tb? grass?? aoaV, And woollr I.mil? in awkward pi./ , Dwwa tb? gre? n billalda ambling Mray Along the blue hurtzon rtiu Tim light? am! ?haduw-s sink or (wtsa. And penciled tau.it. on tile ?kta? A gh<s?tlj half im-.n s cTaacuat 11.a S*b. blackbird? rlisnt th. whol. dar *??e A rhythmic uisdnias in their ?Ollg. And dusk and ds-m ?long IBB '?"? Euboa* th* cowbell? rod? r.rraio. -strnaat UuCiaflaj la Aoiasu ? Mo*?? ?JSSBa W?l.?