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THE IÜNWH.PH JOURNAL! : . ANDREW J- NEPP,' ! .r.u .u0u.MJ.w. be.t.trle. PRICKrt RKASOXAIILIL, VflJ f u r oSfl of tMkin- on i "poll us. AVc are not. by .my means, rnilo. She had htrd ot "-oin- on lunv , iu- So Tnclr John sat purty c.l, after all, 0e llullnr nnd Fifty l'emt h Vr , II v o . 1 Wpt" before . v. i i lrMIIM, k,it. J. W. WILMORE, the subject of education. In ae. i "e in this work. 1 here are thous-, turt- .fi1,oww " iront porch with hu.have w keep it airfc ,TITB 'ei)tiri" the task iim.osed imon me 1 ! u,u1h an(l millions enjraed in thej Lnele .lohn continued. ee n I pipe. IIi wife bustled around about needn't cry any more ' it-KAis ok AnvKRTlsi.NO. j I ) A 'V K rP. I too decid v feci the res.ionsibilit v of ! ,lo1(,c inS: 'von in the State '-'V ' her wor!c. . Uncle Jehu ha. S,,,,re, one i.,.r.;on, 100 - n.IV,rTl.l? 1Vn " ' ' ti.n .tnti n., : .,v:tI't ! of Indiana there are .V.O.tilT s0,h n est live years a-o poor as." .,Whaf them mi, i-si,. voave to wheat, and bought A liberal lica'i!tt mill kr in ! to lboe h 4 IvrrtUelur loir,' er .erioI. I.. I. K '. UAH. ItOAD TIME TABLE. fret' tkii tnnu putt Wintkttttr fallow: it J 1 1 O WtiT. MAIL nt CO I P. M. NICHT KXI'UKSS at -.Mi A. M. LOCAL nJKUillT nt C.S A. M. OOMC KAiT. M AIL t inj;, a. M. N'K'.Hr KXPUKs5 p.o I. M. ACCOMMODATION t v. Vi P. .M. Arrival nnü Depnrtur of Trnin nt I'nion City, Ohio an! Iiidinnn Mute Line. ri.i.rro'MT Mir. i.ixr. luv; rST. Arrire Ktpre'd Mail 7j."i . . 'i;ht 12 30 . m. Ar-omnol.tiori 1, p irt Ktpr- Mil... Niht V.x r AceomnioJ.ttion COLl'MBL t OIHOt. Arrive. Arcomm'xlition ...7 U." r. m.. H 45 r. m. . T no a. m G in a. m! MTi.ini(n miu-Mi.. ! m"!!' 12 .V a.m.' J'r"' 3 Ii r. m. ) K.ipre, 7::. m. M'il , "2 rl r. M., tiii:s cr iioldix; coritTs. Cifnit Court i held twice Ter, Mircli 1 4 tli. mwl Sfj.temher ,1-64. Jehu T. K'lliott, Ju le. Curt of Common Tlei, thrre time a er: 3rd M'indir of Kehrum, 4tli .".iondny f J'irie, and 4th M jii l iy of October.- J. M. J tu es. Jude. The It nr I of Ci'intr r,ommisioneri meet n the tim MonJT4 of Mrch, June, Scp temSer and DeremVr. Arthur McKe, An Irrw I)tvua nJ C. K. AleiariJer, Com miioner Vinsiiuss Dirrcfom. limine CirJs, in line or Ie, $.1 a vcar. INVAKMHI.V IN ADVA.NCK. X0TK.5E TO TEACHERS. A ITI.ICANTS KOU LICENSE TO TEACH SCHOOL, WILL UK KX- AMINED ON THE I.ASP SATI'ltOAV IN EACH MONTH. AT THE NEW IMMCK SCHOOL HOISE, WINCH KS TEU. PLEASANT HIATT, F.sainit r, Jiitmlnljth Ctiunttj. JOHN D. CHOWLEY, M. D. riivsici.w a.d sniiiEo.v, lilve epeci;il attention to I)iene of the EYE V3MX) Ert. Olüie anI Ieiibnre, Winchester, I nl DR. D. FERGUSON, Ulneheter, Indinnn OiTire m l Uei.enee on crnerof Min it d S',it'i trect, where he may at 11 time be f.-MK.', unlem prn(VioiMllr en.el. s. ii. iicci.i iti:, n. ii., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office nl IJei lence, ii Meri.Iitn treet. .it Mr. H lick' former rexi lence. '2 .1. It.'lHOWN,"jL 'i)M O V'KEItS ht prif.,inal service to the citürii I Witicke.ler m.l vicinity. ()4trr t'iut.h iitf " the lifHc Sj'turr, In the ro-irn f rmerlr ooenple.1 hx Pr. Teal. Kfi'ttmftt9rpeitr tie $trt,ttt Vknreh. Dr. .71. VO.Y.YEll lhfician, SurceoM und (ltetricinn, MOItlMSTOUN, INDIANA. TY!?N'l prumptU . line uf hi rrof to II ca'U in the I fiiuti. C'iiarirci I f. -irr it. i tfT" lrenc an.I uflice on .Main St., S eitfj put o til II. ri:NKr.itsiioiu i:u . ui-sr, 1" A N I ' F A CTU I! KR S ..r KPUNlTrKP. It I ei 1 Ctmir. uf tin Utr-t nI liet t r. P. ttt nf Public S jatre, W inchrtf r. " JOHN ROSS, C1KJM l.L AMI nAKER.an.l .lMUr ".rpur. ?r.ri)ND TKUM (of the rurrfnt : W rrf liion, c. More on the north-, f thi liiMttulion mill 'cm-1 .v cilf..nfT.f NUinn.lrrtnkhiitffrt. imfncc'on Moml.1T Norcmher -."th. l?f.l.l, THOMAS WARD, RllWUK MrrcHnt. Vhinctrtn ' I I I ..... i.t.il. n. 1 f I KM.iir. 1 Ti(hmvliiK.. iir'. (iii . 1 I... i.n,! . it i-mif h in cnrrni'f i.titt.i i -Ä h .l.rk nil ot th, . ' eher fan.,. Touiid. Hill 4oM i " r.:(. ,,,nvrV(.,, t( llKlt vaIUv '(VhwiX .T"- ."'""'! To t without b ..titc.or cm-, forty for Iii,'. i-iucV -worth t.u ' '-." '""'f-- n f? . u,,, in BUav ' ,'. Mlf.tT.lRV .MIBÜCV. ;,Hcf A.b. N. n.n.p, Hnw stu,l,nt,. ul,,!c tune H nnt. . . , TOOrft for .lie,.; .hi,-,, mi.in. Vo-l v.- l.,-irn.,l to tins t nrvrv c- iviTriiiv ! lihrloru p,c uratiot.,. c. . .! ,ow important it is tor us to enrobe; , . . . ' to be hi" bu-incis thc next ten e.-ir- ! week! said I rule John, seating bun- ,. , .. , , . , aV (IIIiMil A, KichtT Mithomutic. Litin. NmufAl. j . 1 r. i merely to gratify the taste. , to i.o oi pu. mt uil m m iui n ur - was FlnhmnU-tho m,.,i.i.i..i M ml Srimrf . ort' otir minds with tiselul ktiowleilge. . Ireikou. elt tn the rock mar chair, whne Aunt .1 . 1 -...1 u. . VTTORN EVS AT LAW.i.f't""-v,r"; ,i i. Tuition payable t the niiJule of WINCHESTER IND., Are prfptrfit prcur Penman, Donntlet nni Arrears f Pa Itrn tht mot fmrMe term. Strict it- t . .. i ?...ff t-ntion ciren ti ertUts tion nd ?ecuritr of CUlm. 0S:e in JiilbuiUin;. JOHN Richardson, MERCHANT TAILOR K'tff tt Pullic Squirt, 'irnttr'. CLOTHS, CASSI.MERES AND VESTINGS, AUiMnaharuI und rne toor-lerii, the of vour teachers. I riooear befoiv kr all the duties that are imposed, .imiiei mu. . 1 " 1 OKKK'K South IJf of Public Squnrr, tip , .1'tiV "Äct0n?riJ ! in.rtli-e.t part of Winchester. Office hours , from ! to 12 A. M. and from it 4 V. M. PLUMMER &. KELLY, Wholesale nnd IXfUxW DRUGGISTS, Seutkvrsi earner Main mnJ Venrl Stt. KICimOND, INDIANA. 11 WILLIAM BRADEN, QTEAM PRINTER, ßlank Book Manufacturer, AMU Dfif.VR IN 3tANK BOOKS, PAPER AND STATIONERY, o. 24 M'et Wnhinston-t, INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA, ZZf" All kitil.i of Ulanks on hand, and printed to order. 2'J MCIIOLSOX & BKO., ; tsoousciicrs V araftoncrSj mm . . ! Photograph Albums, itUnk Ihrtfcs, Legal Wanks, -'V Ij I- X5 -A. 1 1 lv , Cmtmh Fixtures, Picture Frames, &c. i?CC. &c.eVc. &c. rilTV lif C'rr'rflt., CITY BOOK STORE, Main St., Op. Citizens' Bank, RICHMOND, IS l. juhr 17-nQ DR. N. SIMMONS, Druggist and Bookseller, IMON CITV, INDIANA, Continue, to Iceon. nt LOW PRICES, a COMPLETE STOCK OF IHtVCK. TAMILV ANI IIO.MMO- 1 i at 1 1 1 c .i i: n i c i n i:s. i PAINTS, OILS AND I) V I.-STITI'S, Titi:ssr.s AND SIJI. roitTr.its, snot i,!)i:it-mtci:s, j SCHOOL HOOKS, A M) STATION!-: V. I.TC, I'TC. C. ,T. TAYLOI?, Book Binder . lD niank Book Manufacturer, no. 32 main rTiti;irr, Richmond, - - Indiana. J3 K XT G S . J. C. IIIKS3I, I)iusS'', I elllns nt re-Iueeil prices for Cash. AH article! Witrmntel n represented. FRANKLIN HOUSE, Curtirr f Jfuhi ami Franklin Street', ' WINCHESTER, IND. J. Ft McMAIIAN, Proprietor. DKNTISTS, Office over Mtitnlcr'Mch Monkn'i Uro i.i r. .tat ttlillk v. x.i. jl " 4 ...... . - T Vt Public Siuare, '.' y W i i, c h e t tr, - r-T. Inilun. SPENGE Ii HO USE .V. V. Corner Union Depot, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. J. W. CAN AN. OWNER ANO PROPRIETOR i W. D.Srr, Clerk; J. T. l'eis A-'t CPk. ' III! ITT IIIO ir"VTTCl? r LLIULjI I O HVUOl Mß.i'TO.; O., j J. R. HUEBELL, Proprietor, j ily 1 ntVhAIDll nrVT' CrillVIDV UAUUL im.ll OL Jl I.i .1 II 1 1 ! ' in iviip uiiiTi'. it. k. iriiicinfti. ........ - i j ;iiiJ continue tt-n wert. ! Tuition IV r Srloii. SjUinp. KeJins. ( MrCutt'ev' Fifth fill iK.U.i. IC"' f((f .h,rnr0. fU.fM -ln of rrotrttfd irkne 1 - J A M ls nuowN, T. W . KIZKK. j t:. s. r.oonRICIL Truttrt. IL r . PK.US, KDWD EDUEIt, J I pepi-. - iv-u 1 1 r ' 4 l'uMihl by Ueminl. Iddrrv, Delivered before the School nt Spar tmi'Lurt;. hv natiiax m-TTs. Fkiiow Stiiu iats- He n rennest trcmbliiij,'; especially when I look audience and sec the experience of years before, me; t and more, when I take into consid eration the superior intellect of my j youthful companions; intellects that, if rightly developed, would carry the public mind to an excellence which onlv marks the career of the energetic and persevering mind This development can only be tained by a direct improvement the mind. This improvement is dilated to raise the world from i present condition, to one more con- istent with oure nnd undeliled oi in - ciples. 1 1 is said by De Witt Clinton, that the first duty of a State, and the surest evidence of good Government, is in tlwMnronrn(r(.mPMt nf rolnc-itmn And now it is for you to say, as a i part of the rising generation, whether i von will bo educated or for vou to say whether you j industrv and persevering elforts, push ahead to that hi"ht of excel - ! lence which crowned Demosthenes land Cicero with honor. When the lust morning of a school term ar- lili w ninl nra noon ulrtdiliiKr ! " ' - . t I vour way to the school building: vou are rivinjr evidence that vou are either going to school to imbue .and : .:.i. r.i i i cm ich Mir minus u nit usciui kiiowi- !ed-e. or that vou are -oin.. for the - - ri 1-1 nurpose of en;aj;iiiir, as some would fain in the pleasures of idleness I and folly. We hope the latter is not the teon.se. We fcol ,re. from thc in- lli-ent expression that seems to jt(.jj govern the school, that you are ma- kin2 an effort for the improvnient of the finer feelin-s of the intellect. Yes, fellow students, you are engaged j in a pure and noble work; you have had minds given you, that arc capa ble of improvement, ami it is your duty, your trln.le duly, to improve them. Kvery student, every youth in America, should give undivided attention to the attainment of a lit erary and moral education. John Ogden. Principal of the Minnesota State Normal School, speaking; of education, says: "Ignorance, or a want of knowledge, the food for the mind, enfeebles the power, and there bv destroy the symmetry and beauty j of the bodily organs. These organs were made to conduct the highest thoughts and the most refined and tender emotions. Hence they can - ' only obtain their proper size :indlistc ,,ot l"t time much shape, and consequently their true style ot beauty, when they are fed and stimulated by their proper food, or when they are used for which (Jod intended they should bc used." Al though ascending the rugged hill of science may seem dillieult and dis couraging, vet what others have done vou can do. To do better that which others do, U a true meaningl of education. Remember that vou ! . VI U CUUH j'UI 0'W4 I lllVIUVl 11 ''I golden gems, that are to last j brighten, and bloom forever. Says Vehitei: "If we work n marble. it w ill perish; if we work on brass, time will efface it; if we rear temples. tluy w ill crumble into dust. Rut if1 j we work on immortal mitnls, if we ! imbue them with high principles. it, ist fear of Cod and their fel- i In(M1 Wi. ontn.flVt. ,in tlm. tnUi,ts ' r- - something which no time can efface. btit which will brighten to all ttemi- . ., v ' ... tv. cs, even the walls ot this ... . . . buildiiiü will rot and tall to t ri o earth; - irntt nn ncf v ne t i ir in the furniture herein will decay, and , ... ., . A your books will soil and wear out. nit these steel engravings will be' bright when all time has passed ( fc away. The thorough education, f ! . - , ( , 1 t 4 .. haI 1... .1 ..,... I-.. I K-Ii. I,. ... icl lit not i'c uit. 1 1 1 .t'-'.o. "line 1.1 ....1 in ll.ic i..K'. 4'rL- urnn if ir- a ... at i:,, u.na f .l j ( , m n, i -;vi v 1 ii 1 in 111 nn 111 mii in br at the present, the time will so.,n lir.t flu fiülitfiin L-nu: 1 t t edge will spring up :iui meei us, anil mc will be rewarded for all of our - - . 1 . . r .1 1, ... rT v- . 1 1, i-r r- nt r 1 1 i i ui i r fin i n uiri luci i I industry; but on the other hand, : ...j ..j, . that We ln Ctlll ' privi- J le-' of e.niehin- our mind" with. I.riit and lasting emMcrns. that wiil' i rnae ns 1IU'n :imvomen ai1 tit us ' ... . .. .. and daughters for school purpose In liandolph county 7,."0$. How . encourngin it woujd be to see 050,- 017 school boys ami girU, associated together, with books in hand. Utting themselves for usefulness in after life. ThU would lie one of the sur- est evidences that Indiana wrtuld be ...u,. - ...t . 4M 1 kuuiiu uiiu ;i pine .11111 iiiMicineu i riot are passing olf the stage of ac- !llon' :uul the .vouth thut nrt !,ow growing into years of maturity arc left to till their places. The general interest and welfare of the future i Government of the United States depends upon the elloits that are now' oein - made in the education of' 3 ! ' tovernmeni. r.very possuue means - " u wui s jwi nc . t j r ' t I should be used for the advancement i sho kne' that Uncle John would not He's aller a' thinkin o' borne kind-? "l. mi nt" , ... ...... Iii sntistiod if he went YVstthnt : ...... t iÄ r.,,..i ... , nncl "tricate spring? of a T . 1 U TP IMI U ITI' TIT1I1 Tl fill TilMTl I Il'l 4. h 'V . . - . I m- s - i - OI .? . ;u.,.i,i v,n v.l.. i,.m.,;..i. ;.. i ... .... : rnoti es of action that . i unit oinriruTiAii ti Tifi'i-7iiiiT,rriivii-'' " " , i rt u n i n . ur u ili iriu.LU iir 1 . i firm .'I'lin t.i-firit mmni'iitinn . f.ief i 'K. uim,;.i-iim uuuiiviv in n IriVOI III IIIS lllC 3.1X I PV H ICSI SU 1 " I. .in,. i1M,-a , j a fortnight. Hut she saw that he i t cvervbodr T don't b'lieve ever5 " c her ,.11,, . It i , ,vi,lot fart, i : ''" 10 'M "'' -,M,ere u,,' tL. s, er,,' on will 1vi' ignorance, or a unnt of proper!" .ko I.. j.nrpo, ,trScr. So st,in, ...... into the yr.i ouniii, o c ' it i 4i. i. . . i vi t i & i i culture, is one of the f t an ( r! b C St" ! ! t,ie present rebellion. nt rebellion. To le Continued. ......... ......... ... 'V i tinicn kntvo tnunt' w iri iiimti who considers every hour lost which is not spent in reading, writing or in tuAv. 1111,1 not more rational is she ! who thinks everv moment of her t....i......o ! t"-1 whifh does not lind hcr ffvwiiii. it i; uuiu iii iini ii Liiiik iu.iii c-r. W". s-k.1.i. linfll'il .1 Iffrtnl TilIll t 'mU ig tl,at !l hook of some kin1 bc i rned in the pocket, to lc used in 't I "vu was iiis pi acute, nc uie- eauy ; i fofnitrvi. - Tlw.ro on i irftinpii ai ,l "moin.. n ut ait who, alter a harU tlays work, win .. , .. .. ,r i ! sit alul soU' ly candle or gas light ,mtil their are R,most hQ or lmtil certain pains about the houlders come on, which are almost insuppoi tahle, and only driven tO , . . .. . , led hy a physical incapacity to work , 1 , 1 ' any longer. I he sleep of the over- . " .... . . worked, like that of those who do not work at all, is unsatisfying and unrefreshing, and both alike wake up in wivirini'i. sulno-w mid lau "iior. ' 'j with an inevitable result, both .lying j prematurely. Let no one work ii pain or weariness When a man i i tired he ought to lie down until he is flll,' rented, when, with renovated strength, the work will be better; lone, done the sooner, and done with self-sustained alacrity. The time taken from seven or eight hours, more than lost; we can cheat our - selves, but we cannot cheat nature - A certain amount of food is ne( es-! sary to a healthy body, and if less1 thnti that, amount be furnished, decay ' pninnuiMiTU Ilm vnrv lir!!l'. 1 1 i S t hl ... ii. . same with sleep, and anyone who much more.' . 1M ,, it tI . ' , persists in allowing lumseir less than i 4dlv the way, father, when s my ii. i- ,. ' -it t i 4 nature reipiires, w ill (inly hasten his n,Hs comin homer I raalv w ant to arrival at the mad-house or thcu-gin to spin my stoekin yarn next grave. Nim; Fuu.ii.s. To think that the moro a man cats the fatter ami stron J ger he will becoiin . To believe that the more hours;. children study, the faster they learn. To imagine every hour taken from j 10,11 i ii.n' that, ,. Im1 lHi sleep is an hour gained. To act on the presumption the smallest room in the home i . ...w.i,,.!. lALLmin liiiv vut'iin i" in. To argue whatever remedy causes one to feel immediately better, is . . '. . good fr the Nvstem, witliout regard I uiiihm- iiiiiuvi ui'vii. i ... . .... ... lOlllOlC lllll'llil Hi' Vf. ..o..;..i .tr..... 1 ... . , . . , . . . iiseii- to oe pre uuiciai. nopmg xnai, . 1 . . . ... . ( vour cae with impunity. ..m k x a. To advise another to take a reme.i dv which you have tried, or without! - ' 44U 4 ll.Hk . "'II' " ' I .44 .minor . ... . . ......-.. 1 ,W.i.t; .-. f.vfir.rieiiepfl llir'.n' i 1 1 f : bricl tinu " . . . ,1 Al . . .1 , ...I,, . ' ' ' ' , ' r infill J I uiiiiiii-4 i . ....-.i, - 1 T waking m the morning Bc honest and you will be hupp)-. ' ;From Moored Korl NVw Vurltr., CJOIMS UI'M. t .. .. ... . , . ,3Iothi-r, I in i:.u: N -t: 1 -1mII t to tlie tir-t iikui that oilc: nfM".V price!" . : nU.iL , .. . t . i : . i . ...:. Job's turkey, and they say he owns now a thousand acres of land only i think!" IIoav srnnll his own hun- ireM-aere larni looked iv the side ot thal! 110(11,1 not notice that Uttlp j No11 lcfl thc tflhlc j" then, almost j chokinir, and ran away up stair. - I Annt If,r-v hn1 " desire to 1:0 West. ' She knew they were wdl enough o:f . - was more in earnest now than he had unnllv ln,,l wUn tnlLd.wr .n tl.nJ... ' ., t .L subject, and she knew that if his modated free, cf he an she an aa!"a- ng of ach otL hoart once became set on it, it ouidtll0 c!liiaieu hlld lo sIct.p cu te cr'S happiness, but we are olUn com be dillicult to move him from his Hour.' .Pedto feel that we accomplish purpose.. She did not oppose his; 'We shouldn't find sve!i neighbors ' Ver-V httle in Sving these andkin i... ...1, :..i. . 4 ,iw..,i.T i dred lessons. One thought, höwev. ; J untleralooa in;it l,lls Moma only SI,t exi'ul,u'1 11 intnh. movement, as military people .ay. She passed the plate of butter to her husband. "I , believe Golden Uetty is doing better I than ever this fall," she remarked. I-Spimhs tn mo T never .nndo snch " v ... -v. ... ...... v . . , i butter from her milk afore.' .'Tis colendid." s...i,l Tncle John- -she's a capital heifer! I wouldn't swap her now for Capt. Johnson's new Durham!' ' ' ..! "Nor I, nuther,' said Will, their - tiozen-vear-oui oov. ai ins muc. "Jake says she don't ;ive much I ...:n- i..m . ...v .....! wUv, fa,Ucr. I can milk Ucr lx.tl, ., , a oo.eii ounciic- oi rüpes mi's 4Aml she.n cnt salt out of invlv,,, v;lln(li,, ,1tw ,4lrtT tu, I .,,. i Imnl, said little .Sue. "I should hate to part with herjc:lu it j shouldn't wouder'n . raaly," said Uncle John.' i mi-ht have some "rapes hen-nnoth- ".Mother ot up anil went to the(,r Vr.,r ' buttery and brought out an unusually ldethoric pie. '-Here, father, you . . , ' must try a piece of pie. Its made , . .. from the apples on the South dar- ipp den tree you know it hasn't borne any before!' "Yes, ves! it come from seed, : ...n -r . i .. i .i .. y mi, mal l piauieti me uay oeiore vou was 1(0rn j darx mother, iju's good for seedlin' apples. 1 .lon't believe we'd better gralt it. hud we?'. -No, I guess not." replied Aunt Mary. "Have another piece of j broad, father it's from the new wheat flower. Don't you think your wheat was extra-good this yeai'r "Ves, it went ten bushels to the' ; acre more'n last year, an' the berry was a good deal plumper. Thin bread's lust rate. Kf I don't sell out, 1 b'lieve I shall break up all the w..t lnt tliU f-dl I mi's we ain't : .v..! l ... .1 .1 .ritli tim inwi..t week it s coinm colli weather purty ; , ..i khoW itj xvWl lltlMl HO;dd,: I feel co.idcmn.'d tiiat I didn't ,v,r ,, :ls thcV promi-e they said i they'd have 'cm carded three weeks! (',llCss 1 intit cnd Will down l Monday.' " on 11 have wool cnoiiL'li nn.t' year to sell to net up the aoditiou. .. ' ' wont your ..n-i i 'e . ! "Why, ves, 1 guess so it we i w. ,n,i ; ...irii. ! ilUll l i;ii I, hi: min 1 1 u i i i.iu . j j 31 v lambs is doin' fut rate; I: hain't lost half-a-dozen this season . . . ; in my hull tlock. I was fear d tin- ! .r,i ..ir t 11 11 11 I 11 L "111 III i.irxu ill! .'il null tt'l, na U'mii ui unu i in i-u .... . . mirh- n, lint I tivrr iiow niück i ! , . it was cui et up: ... ' r-.i I'll Ili'I . "Yes, mother, that's so. I've a I mind to :ek live dollars more nn ... ... . 1 .... 1 "If i n a-you, father. 1 wouldn't . ..... ... ..... ft. ,1.1 T. .. ..I.' IiTi. Tt ... . 1 . 1 . zy iiTii i in im .'i i" ...iti 4'- . . .1 1 . I , nigni, -aii -V.: iai, as t nt ie John was i i-ing from thc Mipper Li .... , .. . . 1 1 . ..:".. W ........ I . .,...14 ..." '.. s ,,.. ,t .lunu, ii.-u,. .tu mu ic got to wash up for Sunday. You've; cloae enough for one week.' Tc got a few'.inoie peit:Uei pick Up afore dark.' ' ' -111 do that." .iidViil: -1 . do it ju.n :t u.-li n-t; ! -.,t .chores all done but iniikin ... . aui, 1 in lurtv im-o l u.s , ot roni,r ()Ut t!l,.,v in t!lJ VJinT j ;.lolIltM.v jie (.aled outthex :s wonderful purt i ,wi... i. i tors a'notv kin.l. Miss Grav rive i ,,K. lhc MUs (-,r.iy-s right- . - . llc.;,hboi-ce,n-s how I nnuch ZTTSA 'If 'couidn't ,It along cf 'twasnt fJ!rZ It Z UU f h..e ! cult 13 Inorai thail Otcllectual tram- .... ., to .tnv t!,,, , nil ni-ht - them,' sa'.d Auni .uary. -i.o:ne ui "tin, 1 uinno as u s wurtn vrnue i I can M-e Vm from here.' j 'No, von cant see half how puMv they an.' m k a ikl I I so l.ncle .John walked Iameiy ! down the path. '1 declare. I llieve fc I 1 ! I m n gitlm7 old this diagm pur i taters is hard work fur me.' .. . . ! ' Ves, we ha u't -ot hut a few days i more to stay he re, .lohn: we want to take all the comfort we can white j we do stav! See here; them oyster i leaves i; ouuiei, inev can em. Cun, ain't they:' he replied, .i :,.. .u;...-r,, ,f ho,,, i nt hu.f. . .. : . ' ! know'd how to nrune 'em. as thev Wouldn't it be a ood 1 1. In- to git half-u dozen o" the new ,,u t an' set out tin fallr 'twouldu t . it much 'No, I wouldn't mind it ef I j mn-t not be discouraged, if we do know'd they w as sure I s'pose the j not see the immediate fruits of our childreu'd live to eat fruit from 'em labors, nor must we in infer that they cf wcdi ln't L'm le John had evi " ill bring forth no fruit; for all tlm tlently forgotten, for the moment. I time there may be going on wiUiin about 'going '"yVest." and Aunt Alary j the soul of the child, a proces of did not remind him of it. ! moral discipline, oncealcd from ua. 'See here, won't you help me tie 1 ct not the less sure in its result tip this'er rose bush it's a climbin' "Pm the future character. Sumhine rose, you see. You didn't notice it I ""d Mai'luvn. when it was Mowed out, did your-I ,) As oPTA7t7Tsi:.Tlie Lap Itwasjut the puttie.t thing 1 " " Uu,r ht Paradise to be Bitot see! An that makes me think I vc been a wantiu' to set out th roe bush on little .Molly sgra.c th,, good while, but I couldn't dig, L up. very well; s poe you doit, el oii ain't too tired, an' well set it out to ! "'(-ht. 1 II t till, fep.ld So Aunt Marv w.tit and biouht i , , : the spade, and after the root w; ie 1 I move Lied the way to a lilt.c I '. .M,,lv ' -he said, as 1 I opened tie' gate, -.lit: ibd 1 I - " l,1:int 't,a ,l,,,v lu'1 S!" i,,L'' 1,;,t v,,u . . i i , .t. v' 1 M 1111 uw' . 1 .Ml .1.' t'li' ic .lolm dtlg a i'.a.'e lor the ' ros. and Aunt Mary carefully plan ted it. t l . , ,. 41 . ( 1 he loqmncscimnnine the forest ., , . , ' r.ud I l.f-niountamu to be peopled with way. nrud Km; we co'ildn t ke. p her ,. 1 , ;i l-eeuliar kind of cenil, who exer- on"', but it s a condor! t car- !or, . . M1-; ,l Ui. an influence over tli affairs of ! h(,r little grav. I nee John - ee M'-lc inoi-t. as luv x"n" ' " . i . .. . i ....... The sun vas' !d lav ! ;... nn.l .. rMilificf- fit fO - ... ..it tint I m ni i wi i ii"' I n' i.trm "i i"- i ... ii-mI ;i,,..'i.i! mm v eantitul. M ill wr.b ei i whist ing men ilw as ue milked the . 'cow. Little Sue wa hipity-hoppmg !n the iront ijondi. Little .f!lv. I Ho.e to th- front : wh pres.. ! window, inside, and tis they ertnod Mary wont, to gclt!ti'. out t!w eb r.n . I ........ a .. ... : . . . . . ri'irnt.t I'M .'lil'iai i-i . 1 .1 , ... . i:ir. what: - Pet n crvm .' i nat now's the matt, r o fat hern giriV i i i i :u,i ne. lining ner or. nis i;M. Nelly burst into tears, and hid her round face on his shoulders. Vou' I. won t seil our oitUv lioui. will lathe! ; she feoblied out. - .ui -Waal. I di-bue. nofjr. vi thi u' rhild LrMi't Ueh a norn in' alt thit time 'Lout my jeifm' out No, iiw. ... .... catetcen. latlior like Lis cut hoait; I Uess hell ile TCt tou boat thtt sontu the west lot anoth?r fltvL of 1Pqi -f hing ki not look as if he moant to sell out. &nd as Ke tivi no more tbout it, Aunt Mary and : iimi. vii.. ri . it. f. a. C. tr 1 , . the liiJJca feeling' and lie buried in. -try to icul- 1 wut-i' " I'e, nn nuan- ! 11 Of ScIÜSll invest fa OUf .Jcr. innv comfort us. anrlifU thf - - - ZZZTtlZZT ' rc th rt J r"l- lions willen cuiuiren ilii Trinke tA ni- w U-coiue temptation, and to do right. A UK ',rt "iurc 01 impulse, 01 'l"' d ardent feeling, of inexper- ( .O MA T f It ti . M A 1 . 1 . ou morai weaivuess, !and if W(. who have all the advan- .e i - . ... i i ; i'-oiü icarnea in uie scuoot nr maturity, of experience dearly ! 30cht, of the treachery of our own ! arts, und the weakness of our best j resolutions; if we find it requires !moraI effort srorg, unflinching. 4. i.i . - " f v- .4 . ana nves Wiln diligence, Eüäll we wonder if thv rennirp dinr nnn and precq.t upon precept, her. U ittlo Rnrl tnr.it littU?' Ql.ll - - i we think some stranae thine hath . ... . , ... . s hflPlnc-d, either to us or to thea. if after we have endeavored to ea- force ss to each other," and nave l eceu ed sincere and apparently ' nest 1 1 solutions from them, that tU.v wiU tr.v I"'ays to act andnpeak ; ki,"1,-v' hear the tart reply and witness the cllMi action? Yet. we ted in the center of the Knows of h.Um Thc Muscogulgees img k thp of ll;t.li(. TllC Mican, conccivcJ that thoc who died of wounds, or wcie diowned, nent to a cool and dciigiitfui place, there to enjoy all manner of pleasure; those who died in battle ir captivity were waOed to ihepaiacc of the sun, arid, led a lifo f eudiesä tielight. After an aboJo of lour more years in this iplcndid huV nation, tnev animate cloud nl llir,u ol-i.cautiful featheu. and cf sweet Mng; iiaving t the Bürne timo bbvity to ascend to heavfn or de fcvnd toemth, to huck sweft flowers u 1 warble enchanting "one. I mankind, nnd n Ihofr irb no tilatie ..... ILO a .r.'ltf r.t Imniiltiric liv r.nfird r... .fe..4 1 a ü'l,-atri,i climate nnd atmosphere surcharged with a thror.e profusely covered with jrarlandt of flowers, u the Dimmit of earthly felicity. Among the Arab-, a fine country, with abundance of fdjadc. font the !i.ri,,, il,al ,J,t of tLeir Ironiiei I here ls a trile of Indian who ), 11, I furin. tho iIivl of roM di mt'e Wbilf tjr DrMid. jis " f .src in t ni n, .,1 ),t A m r. iini I rt iL bf. ... - ' ot P lilt; 1) ilini III Vlfc ir?.M" v -. 1 iM,m idnnet to ple?. .-njovicg every .successive change a more iut lime felicity than in the last.