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MU qnarlerlj WedneUy be fore itw 2nd
Sunday-in Jmuj4kis43f OctoWt,
at 10 o'clock! inX' '
Northampton Pomona Grange
PjLToxa or Hcasi.MPajr.
Secret xrj Kif E MAazi, Itovlln, T
MU jruterly th 4th TowUy in Jui
rjr. April. Julyjetr,at 10 'v-ck a tn
LEA UN A LITTLE EVtRY DAY.
Little n!. ;nake!viderPtreamlet.
r.irei-n.ici-. .eti mr ri.rr.ii nor ,
River join the mountain w iows,
Onward, onward, they go !
L!fe t, nia,lft of smtnrt fragment.,
Strean.lrU swell the river's flow
Shale and sunshine work an4 Ilayt
So may we with reateit profit,
Learn a little overy day.
, Tiny seed make ln-mdless harreats,
j Irop f rai') romjvw th liOwer,
j Second make tbr flytijjf m'm'ites,
! And th minutes make the Monr.s !
, Jjut us iuuui. thfii Mini cateh them
As they p.s us n th way ;
A"d w true r-ndoavor
Leurn u litt fVi'rvViay.
) Let tvs na-l sin striking p-iage
) Cull :t v. ! from evry pas;.',
' Here a In . a:nl there a sentence,
j 'Guin-t the liiely time of age !
At our work, c by the wayside,
I While th- hunsldn:'-. makin; Imy ;
j Thtw we may l hr!p of tuily. ,
I Lear.u little every Uy.
I U UOJI SIHLL H E tDFCATE?-
How often do we hear the query,
i whom shall we 'educate ? Too often'do
j we hear the answer, none but the teach
er. Even this would be an excellent
answer if taken in its fuirmeaningior
who is the teacher ? Is it one who has
charge of the children six of the twenty
four hours, teaching them to re id, spell,
write, etc ? Is it one who meets them
every Sabbath and spends an hour in
instructing thena concerning the "Word
cf God P Is it he who devotes, perhaps
three hours in each month to teaching
the -Way or Salvation T'
Truly these are'feachers. but what is
she, thfe lighof wbose .eye U alwa"
the first to rimad-f !n th l3
; upon mau' day of1 trial. Sho
catcher our first smile, teaches imto ltp
our first words, and take our first totter-
ing steps; who ever directs our foot
steps to the paths of honor, and gives
u-i consolation in our dark hour of trial.
She who teaches us what we are and
what we should be, what is cin and its
effects, our first lessons of self-denial,
shows our first wrong and teaches us
our duty to ourselves and to our God.
Is hhe not a teacher too ? Is the not
'. teacher ? t 1
Id wjiat Christian country can we
deny the influence which a mothr ex
crts orer the whole life of her children !
The roughest and hardest wanderers.
while he is tossed on the ocean or while
he scorfhee his feet on the desert sands,
recurs to': his loneliness and suffering to
the smiles whj.'h maternal affection shed
over his infancy.
The reckless sinner, even ia his hard
ened state, occasionally Hears the whis
perfngs of those holy precepts instilled a draught of pure cold watr would b.t
by a virtuous mother. j ter fit him for his ineaLt , Again uo.h
In cases, not a few where there has!
been no fear of ( j od before the eyes of
the vouujj, where his ldre hai beeu un
felt, his law outraged andhis name pro
faned, has a mother's affection or trera
nlou tenderneps, held trangressort by
the heart-atringa and been tbe me. ma
' .S-'m wt . - -
leading team iae to rirtue and to t io i.
Children are mirrors in which a moth -
er sees herself reflected; thn uoil-
minded mothers are requisite foi noble-
The kicg ef Sparta; wbtn asked what
things boys should learn, replied "Those
which they wil practice when they b -
come men." Than to the r lt
Udngs should girls lean
those which t'uy wid j n
Aa 4efore atated, ci
re2(tetion of the m.
would have th
g i h lang
moulded, roust havea thorough tinder-j To-day, " in oar own country this ings and cries for a new trial were pro
htanding of it, and be l?e,L ccr- land ot" free schools, do we hear fathers . duced. Then he would ask us if wr
i re,-tlv for "as theiwiUbijVtlie trses y, "All th education ray daughters didn't feel bad, and when we very truth-
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The history of our eoantrf'ts neyer they have 'no business to transact. I grief were unfeigned, he would urge ur
more inspres-iive to the youn iMEriea of ; will edacata my sons that they may be- to be disrespectful no mere, and to rc
our ia-u, than when reiearii hy the f come active bnsinsas men Pity the form generally and particularly, ami
(mother n basing little staieojnnd j
; the faDiilv fireside, and wheatij ion is;
ponrin over'bis hiftorr. f,& were
' educated she could make tli easy j
by rel-tting to him inddeat ofiwliuh '
, his book cave no account, as&'thus in-;
1 spire him with new
Ze.al. , "
' As health requires the . obtsnrtace of-j
the. laws inherent to the ditfeenrgan !
j T'1 irH ' '4- ii ri'-' k?,i- . 1
the laws of their organization, a i l if .
! sound morality depends upc the iieul-!
cation of correct principles, ding yuith. ,
equally so doe a .sound PbfteY. ys- j
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tern acpena upon a cvmm yujio. - (
J ucation during youth . u
We hear the oucstion askei, vhv i
should a girl study hygiene I Sie docs j
not eipect to teach or practice mediche.
We answerhe expect t.teich ,nd
practice tcK,, though ahe . W ne Jcach
in a regular organized school pre- j
scribe for the suffering of the communi- j
ty, yet she has a echoed to teach and a
world' or practice in ber oi" little fio-
A woman who is ignorart of
ganic laws a? '"''ologiei1
the cr j was v
or some .
nal column becomes bent. t.maa
disease in the spinal cord amV 'Injuring
itsghealth for lif
known her to compel a child to sit up
a. 4 -u-i a
til! late atntht and arlseryany m
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the morning, instead or allowing it aitt
the slee'p that the development of its ;
bysical nature requirefclf
A child being fretful?
bread or cake when it dAef'i" ned it,
thut causing it t forinHhe kab'.t of
1,liiiv ekusui it v ' - "
eating irregularly, aiidconiBlly tak
ing into' the stom acnew foo o mix
j with that partly digestedy$U,'ae diges -
tire organs become greatly impfcired,
and tarioas tther
Many a tiras does the pother give ter
pale little boy a dram of liquor, that he
raav be able to eat hs ir4ktast, wUn
or gives her son liquor at. a stirau'act
before Rturting on a journey m tbe coH.
to keep bim warm, whenold water srd
- j a coarse towel applied-Oxternally would
! nrove. tix more beneficial; and the; -o
Which she snea-.t for deeds of kindnesi
of;ar uanlanting in her son a desire fo:
I ... J i . t "
strong drink, wbien win root deeper ana
', .leeper till lie by drunkences breaW
her heart, and at larft. die a drunken
wi. and all caused by tht ignorance of
fthe mother.- Mothers, are not your sons
j too precious to ! so ruind. all because
you have no knowledge of the laws of
' 1 Tongue canuot x
i the arao"
und ;on -
need la norr to Keen tne kitchen eiean
man whonolds woman in my low esteem,
Sbe whom God designed to Gil that .oik
office of mother. The gua-dian angel of
our Ufa. The one biacon light to which
we can euer turn when all the wo-!d
seems dark. She who is both the "morn-
Jjng and evening star of life. .
"Oer iny heart in the day? that have rtow.ii, j
Uke, uiotber'sdoveever has shown.
No bthet,. worship abid-i and endures
r aithful uuslnih, and atieut like hers.' !
-None like a mother can charm away pain j
From the sin-sick soul and the world-wery
jkui.'' ; ;
A father w Bo withholds from W
daughter that ble.ed boon, a good edti -
nnti.n i a vr ran Mian i Vi i.rVi .if -V. V-.-
w- - lwuu,ri
he robs her of that which is more pre-'
cious faf than money. He robs her ofj
her God-given talent, the greatest pleas-' mnlcg mor.n 'half the time."
ure earth affords and that which fits her j Now ' ou,ht iQ know
to enjoy that "better world' better than to talk'lhat wav ; youVo
He who wants tbr a wife a woman who j driv(m the team a1 ugl knQ w
cannot tram his children in the way they ; by this timft lhal therft bttt two of .em
should go, and to whom he .can evergo.ami thffy ain-t 2nuis,Sf bt hvwses.
for advice or counsel, but who merely; -That's so. )aid Ike -and an for
B up sJ9. now 10 src up a
is not a manV-animal life :
thed into his nostrils, but man -
was 1 Tt out.
iet me urge upon ,
hat they may be ,
do with the ex
..sail doos man; but
o ihs secret springs for action,
not find her breasting the storms
ns ugonrernkb1e passion5., but
j hekstaiits nara oy tne fountains ol pow
I r ana arops tne jeo:.m ju woe re u
mtI 11 (? -i . - i no f l.A Act lilail r P f I ai a
! t v-c
. 19 a L LkAAfV tl I 1 tm -n m Ti ma
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- ioMLTILSG LOOSB.
iWhen you hear a husband or wife!
speak of each other.as the old man,', or J
the 'old woman,' or a sou calling his
father the old chap.' 'governor.' etc.,
depend upon it, there is a screw loose
1 yoaiewhere, and that there is trouble
1 ahead." Y iclitolkan lieaevn.
isow we hafo had some painful exne-
rin f m hrnoh of nnerir oltnrP
and with all deference to the opinion of
the 7Kw, wc state, with a trembling
ueatioa as we think of it, that when
tc applied such epithets to our vener
able sire we have a distinct vet melan-
choi v recollection that the source of our j
-iwiiun ,rm9 hww !., it; an f oirnrj;,
ut on the contrary, it was decidedly
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ntina, with reference to j.sition, and
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pnsftt as relates to tune. Unr paternal
&n -eater was s firm adherent to th?of my 6reeche- j-Atfma LtiyJouina.
idage, "Nenar wallop' a boy to-morrow j
; nien t cn dons to-day," and as
Von as cur goilt became apparent, he!
always approached us iue ?nrj, and !
.;Ui 4 calm, resolute look of injured
lenity, "he would gently pli:e our per
endicular at right angles with his' left
:nee, and tfeetti Uh macy paUrnal re-:
jrets for the part be was compelled to!
pay ;n the m erf n-wtmc, and ex-
psesMng various theoretical desires that
.i niA w .!. . .
tU exercise won id prove refreshing to
i -ts 1 4
our latent moral laeettiea apd Canse a
rvtrenchin r,' in our cIiai rerboiity,
he would ei ?vte faifi arm about
ninety dct'r,-es an i suddenly brin the
horny hano: of a farmer do w up n our
- clothing -in tiat ne.gb&riieod where
patches are most nnraerows, and oontin
ue the .exercise uM considerable spirit
until aadibie etSects, uncotafortabiefeel-
ruiiv assurer mm mat our ouionrsis or
close by saving it wm the stinga of
conscience" that so agitated our mind.
and it doubtless wa but we had our
private dpinioii about it and universally
considered tne seat of our psnts the
basis of our troubles, but may bo it was
Kansas Atoospbcre and Illinois Fi b
"Speaking of climate,- said Dick, "the
climate of Olo-ado gt3 away with
Kansag bwi The water in that caun-
:try ia c?earer' tlmm the alr U here.' r
; geeQ flsh .Q tUe Ukes at ft d" Qf foftv
feet, and counted their scales, but here
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the air is o dense vou can hardly get
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your clear atmosohere. Tve beard a do
bark tWB t- mi . Kansas.
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I Dick drove in silence sojne Urat and
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'then inquired? ! . .
..t,:., nv r n 1th
Tlie nortdft(i. and Dick contio-
'.inns .-l .s- r .
big Uck as I've Lad. I've . tli
'agoons of the Illinois, aa
ing, I tell you."
A silen -e-f some minutes e!apsel,
as we Jogged o?er the smooth plain, the
party ia reflective mood, when Dick.
, broke oat again :
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; Speaking of Ashing, Fve Helped U
dra oat seventy-five wagan loads al
How many said Jack.
"Bm, Dick, that's an awful pile of
j "Can't help it; we pulled 'em out all
" v hy, Dick, that would be a pile of
fish seven hundred and fifty feet fcrog
! helP U if U'8 MveQ dteA i
and fifty mtles.v
"And three feet wide, and"
"No difference about the width."
"And a foot dep.
"That's mathematically k'rect, rto
t!oabt 1 ftin L afUr fi&urs" but
' Gentlemen said Ike. "tbi
UUt,nent is ' 1 wafl ami
camea one ena oi me seme tnvsen, tm
caught fifty bushels of flsh in tbe sea:
All deep emotion works with silent
earnestness. Rags forgets iuelf as well
as affection. The same fire that bums
night and day on love's altar may flash
j to hot and deadly beat at the passage
When an orchard requires fertilizing
it is test to do this all over the ground
nd not to manure only' near the
trees. Oth I n prod aces a large growth or
,.irtJ.. Z,u -,,- r. . .
roots cloae to the trees, for roots grow
where soli ii richest. Orchards ned
1 me and ashea more than martore, and
h sroa produce healthy traoth bark.,
& r T" .T T7I
with which a man may clothe himself-,
th . n t cjevat ng feeling with which a
mn c lt ,nPed. One of Pytbsgor-
mXT? lM9M v
is that wt-n enjidus the fMipil to rever
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