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. VOL. 1.1
BERN.C, MA.Y 1, 1877.
For The Gazette.
WORK. ... M
, ;It it a mistaken notion, boys, if
y you think you can go through this
world without work, you will find
tlistthe world is not a bed of gay
flowers and life a butterfly exist
?nce, and the sooner vou discover
it,! the better for you. . ' ;
! You may havcwealthy parents
to educate you and make you in-;
drpendent. You are blessed, But
I bow unstable do riches ao gained
often prove compared with' two
. idodjhonest hands not afeard oT
j (pfteu wealth lips away ;jmj-T
leases its possessor peniles au 1
V thout any knowledge of earnest
He had-Vredto learn to
areVhite and teaier. What shall
- . j
lie do? t
It' ish a z-wi start in life.
If ani to irarZ". It is not degrading,
j''honest. 1 it not ef divine com
vjiai: Yi Doabtless Jesus as a boy
learned hU lather's trade, that of
n carpenter. Paul said, if a man
York not, neither" shall ,he eat.
How ninny in thisjclay would go
hungry to be 1 1
Learn some trade snu leirn it
so many young metfto the - desk
or Borne cool place. While cities
are crowded with applie&ats for
clerkships, farms lie untillecl, earn
est, honest work all over the conn
try calls for honest hands. Fa
thers, do you not Often drive your
boys from the farm,' by ' beariug
too hard on the grindstone while
they turn, by not giving them an
interest in the production of their
hands asd by -not educating them
to befiirmers? Every professicu
has its professor its endowed
chair, but where i 3 the school for
farming? Surely farmuig'requires
Do your work": wellj howeyC
Tf hat to Teaeh Boys. -- .
Teach your boys thatj a truM
dy may be found in calico as fre
quently as in velvet. r: -'
Teach them that a co nm'h
school education, with comm on
fiensev is better than a college ci
. ... ... ,
ucatiou wiihout it. ;
Teach them that one good, boa
est trade, well mastered, is wortli
a dozen beggarly professions. r'
Tjach them that "honesty is
the bestpolicy"-that, tis b.efter
to b.e poor than, to be .rich on the
profits of -tf Opkt fwbisey;eroc?
small. Never eo'roiind it but '"re
move it by doing it.- "All work
and no play makes Jack a dull
boy.' Work first that gives zest
to play. The hardest playing
school-boy works 'hardest at his
books. Each i its place.
You may think, my liitle man,
you will have a hard time, but
there is an a'dags that says : 'i.
"A man's work is from s in to sun,
Uut ivomarCs work i3 never done.-'
Help them your mother and sis
ters! Boys and girls should some
times exchange work and they
will more highly appreciate each
' other's la"bor. Plenty of work is in
W - c --
Teach them to respect their .eld
rs and themselves." - - v
Teach them, as they expect to
be men some nar. thev cannot tot
soon learn to protect the weak
.eaeu tne n try vour own eiam
pie that smoking in moderatin.
though the-Ieast of the
vicss - to f-
.-11 fui vou will Lave a canital o x.y
Jier.rin'- comnounfl interest oi iuo ntr.xi, yu.r.iwaj.o.
jjealth, happiness and wealth. Be
sio HshameU of your aprou so long
ut it covers an henest heart, or of
Tfoir tronel while directed by a
4tf&dy hand and a brain not heat
d by the Oery demcn drink.
Oauias hota!wy3 lifts to fame.but
often it ia downright industry aud
8tick-to-"it-neB8. That tells.
Doubles fear of worb drives
There is a higher work for every
one1 to do, but how few are the la
borers. "Go work in my vine
yard" is spoken to you and me.
Each can do something, by exam
pie, if not by precept. Train tlie
tender vines and' shoots to climb
up towards that eternal life of
which this earthly life is but a
moment. I L.
which men are heirs, is diTt-
in: to others and hurtful to thcui-
I solves. , .
'Teach them that to
ed clothes iv nodi.suT.
wear a "blick eve' "
Teach them that Gd
specter of sex, and when He ir ive
the seventh comhWnctment, 11
meant it for them as well as
Teach them that by
their depraved anpetit
worst forms of disipation they are
net fitting themselves to becomo
the husbands of pure girls.
TeaeK them thufc '.'God helps
those whoi help themselves.
e way they
d is no re-
s in thti
Do all this, and yod
brought them up' in fn