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1 1 tp y a hear J it - iho
1 iu no of tho Itoao
Ia the rhm' of the uLbnm pale '
Tm-Kir from Iho i.;iht of the en
months ' mowi
Went th barque of the cilvar 8a;I
Tii-Kjr from the WnJa of the frozen
Lay the land cf t !.? unhine clear.
And Thorfin folio .t ed the oaprey ' pDs,
With his bride from Kiord Fere,
To the laud of the lily and roae.
To the land her the will wood a
mi. g .
' 'ii. happy the bride of the North,
r the bar'iue cf the silTer win'
The palace a pile of crystal ihone.
And ita ice wal:i woro mingled with
Anl min.atrela sat r und the ma;'.ed
W.tl. re.l torch, the s.i: an i It re
' I have mirried a wife." aid Thortin.
' And my bride ia tr. der and fair .
And I t e hoar! t h e t a ! b y t h e m i n n t r e 1 s
' '.' tha land of the golden air.
Of tha land of the ii y and roue.
Of the land where the un birds
Where the porple rice of the wined
And the winters are bright with
My crystal sails in the ail tat mist.
1 will lift where the warm w;cd
And nTtr tha saaa of amethyst.
I will bear my bride away
yr over vha tea-road F.ric the lied.
Past Ilellaland tha fair.
To th j.iine i'lu rr.ed mounta.n a.: ntn
In :he land of th golden air.
T -.he land l f thS lily aH.i nee.
The land whre tha tun-bird!
S here the purple Tine of the w iced
And the winter are bright with
t'rir. ;he tiords white moved the lateen
From the tiords white and gray.
Where the nighu are fire and the sun
And snow mists veil the day.
"'Farewell."' sang the bards in the
To the barque of Thorfin fair,
" We still w ill sinj at the festivals
Of the land of the golden air;
Of the land of the lily and roae,
Tho land where the sun birds
h, happy the brilo f the North
i n the barque of iho silver wing. "
They came t the slopes of the New
And the either hills were Rreen.
Hut a red canoe with plumes of gray
la the dusky nights was seen.
Then Thorrin said : "The sun is bright.
And r.a summers are wondrous fair.
But the wilv savage lurks at nijht
In the land of the golden air;
In the land of the lily and rose.
The lani. where the sun-birds
Where the purple vine of tho wined
And the w inters are br lgh t with
' We will write our names on the sea
On the reedy rocks by the Hay ;
And the legend leave of our young child
Then sail o'er the sea away.''
So back o'er the waves of the windy
Tho child of their love they hear.
To dream of the mount and iu sun
In the land of the golden air;
In the land of the lily and roee.
In the land where the gun-birds
Whers the purple vine of the wined
And the winters are bright with
To the fiords wild came the latan sail.
To the florda white and gray.
Where tho nights are tire, and th? sun
And the snow-mists veil the day.
"The sail cornea back." said the bar 1
of the halls.
"From the land of land most fair.
Now what shall we sing at the festivals '.
For sorrow and deAth are thare.
In the land cf the lily and roee.
In tho land where the sun-birds
And the world is n ot happy w he r
The bar juewiththesilver wing."
i a their royal penj round Mount Hope
The oaprevs scream in tha noons.
And the early bluebirds flit, and stray
The herons white, in the moons.
And the rocks of the Bay, the legends
The name of tha young child baar.
Tnough centuries nine have pacstd
Fr-m the booths of Thortin there
And this was the Northmen's Kjne
of the Roae.
And the land of the sunshine
Ar.d the bride who sailed from the
And the waters of Fiord Fer. .
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W li) Ho Didn't Join. Uulljing the IVorld. i
t i. ill they helil a pro r.ic;eii Don't try to bally the world. It
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." atid tlio re.-.il; w.is a great ring, for a 'rough and tumble fight 0 thou whose name will ever wake
n. il awaken iT 1 1. ; oili'hout with Public Opinion, is pretty sure, a kindred feeline in mv breast.
T. W. HARBIN GTON.
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eventually, to be "doubled up." I Whose checker'd life eo like my own
riocietv is a Briareus, and who but Conceals no follies unconfessed.
a madman would think of encount- i Frm Tfs b thou djd BPrinK
, , -.. A mingled mist of woe and glee
. uiig, v. in. a ciug.o iiau u, u i.o, o And of ber BOcial mirth did sing
hundred armed fellow! Better i Throueh hoDe and fear and do'
hake the multitudinous hands of
tiie giant good naturedly, than
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ip. !.." Joel's ho--,
n' . an in : lie w u-n' 1
an' 1 kuo.ved hit.
' t i.'.ns like that
e:a,r:a er IV Her ui
unecessarily provoke him to wrath.
Despise the world, il it s,o please
you though to do so is a proof of
arrogance, conceit and egotism
hut, as you have to live in the
world, to lean on the world, and
cannot get along irithout the world,
it is just as well to treat it civilly,
bhrewd men, who understand their
race, never seek a quarrel with
Society. They understand that it
is possible for an individual to
persuade, lead and quietly con t red
a community, but not to fight it
down. If you desire to relorin
social evils or to disabuse your
fellow men ol" their prejudice.-, the
surest way ?iof to succeed is to
resort tn deiiui.ci.it ion and ahnse.
Kindness, conciliation, the inthiciice
nt good exam ile these are the true
and effective means and appliance
Provoke the world, set its will in
aims against you, and you can
never carry your point, be it what
it may. For mankind has more
to wer to resist than any unit of the
mass has to insist. With what
mildness, with what patience, with
what loving kindness Christianity
was taught hy its Sacred Pounder,
and His knowledge of human na
tare was more profound and perfect v
Through hope and fear and poverty.
No fancied note falls from his lyre,
'Tia all-pervadinjr truth he singu,
'Tis nature's warm poetic fire,
And bright the epark that upward
What pleasing thrills the minstrel
Emotions sweet and pleasures mad.
Yet every breast that sobs and aches
Finds in his own a strain as sad.
r i wiry v
The voice of nature was his own.
Its varied chord?" and pathos grand
Came nt his bidJict?. every tone
A willing etraia it his command.
While Bruce find Wallace is his theme.
Or objfots c f -til! dearer weil.t.
For S.'Oi! ' al -,is wishes? tn'in,
Or dioops to mourn tb" daisy's fate.
By winding "NHU" nt e e h s'rays.
Or gurgling "Ayr" in sultry noon
Communes with jjentlo ' Dovoc'b"
Or wal lis tin", hf, tiks of boa nie " ', l, on. "
C i d i-i the brt use thiit iioe- nut ft el
Responsive strains puo'e. i ve ne.
In hat sore plaint of love's appeal.
To "Highland Mary" iu thf? ekiBs.
While truth and justice h.ii survive,
And love of liberty iu pire
Man's mortnl breast his nmn will iive
In characters of deathless fire.
Carve out no pointed phaft to tell.
No rare device i.f sculptor's art,
A world's affection weaves the spell
And shints him in her children's
"My mother 1i;l b. i ii
uslnp Painf's Cki.kky
Compocnd for nervous j
prostratl'in, Bri'on.paij- '
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vices as com miss oner. : '. A.
Bryan, services as c,imm:.--ioner.
roi '-'O; Wm. M. W.rson. .1. I'.. t x
a ir, l n m g t wo 1 una; ;cs. i'..
Total for the month, sjal .V.
a m.vkki ri 1'iori r.
star! li n ir 1 iirn r. -.
A- a people, vi v aie ru.-haig on
wildly into commercial feudalism.
The rapid congestion of wealth, the
rrTaildeiied rage tor .,, uinuiating i
riches, the tm-ci upuious means cm
p!oe : and who.-e c mceded resjiec
talcl.ty ernes of their astounding
grasp and audacity, the evident
and alarming dnit of Ameiican
c;t ienship into two classes the
extremely rich and the extremely
loor should arouse every patriot
to action. In va;n do the people
dead furjus'ice. In yam do they
pr ,te-t against the encroachments
ot corporate and moneyed power.
In vain do they admonish their
State and National Legislatures
that impending ruin and bankrupt
c stare us in the face as a nation.
l:i va.n are they struggling nobly
and heroically against the tide
which is driving them lia esi-t ably
down into the degradation of eon:
mercial vassalage. This is strong1
language, but it is truth. To rescue j
the agricultural and other 1 n dust i i.d I
interests from the impending rum : :
: o restore that healthful equilibrium t
between ' he great ludusti les of the,
country which ;s absolutely essen
tial to a healthful growth audi
prosperity, to secure to the farmers j
of : lie land some of the profits ofj
their hani earnings. ;s uie grain
mission ot the Parmer's Alliance
A.I . di '. W,,I. I wu-n'; -, fled
;;: in', mm' ei boat t !:et. but 1 'lowed
the', d.dn't ay II , " t e II ! ! , I I ' I sei h
:i:;::g-e- lio.-s .-w , . ; c ii '. I; imait
: counted u agin mo erbout sell
in' uv that ere di'ad .-'eer to them
i folks ler hv'cf '"
( if course.' '
Wal' I'm deii.cd ef I'd a
'nought :t. Don't 'pear like it 'ud
hart lio'l'in". when none of 'em'
kno'.vcd the steer died. Beckon
mehby I o: ten t er
: i.eai I,, Iks w hat got up cr
ler t her pore ?"
" That was vt iv wrong."
I'd a never thought o' it thet
air way Begosh. I s'pose it wasn't !
right nroner in me kcepiu' ther;
than that ot any mortal. The
Lvangelists and the Apostles he
sii)i.ht the world to hear them; they
did not attempt to broic beat it.
Almost thou 2crsuadcst me to be
a Christian," said Pestus to Paul.
It would be well if some of our
modern reformers had the courtesy
and wise consideration of that great
apostle. Whether your object be
to do good to the world, or to make
the world of service to your; own
interests, don't assault it violently,
for it is too strong and too obstinate
to be carried by Btorm. Ishmael
old spilt aigs to tried that plan, ana it ma not an-
dmner swer. inousanus nave irieu u
'since and been worsted iu the conflict.
Men who isolate themselves from ', S, 'J.
Beam an 's chapel, !
.March '2-2, 2?,. I
Goldsboro, t. Paul. March .".1.
Mt. Olive cir., at Paison, April
Kinston station, April !'', 14. ;
Craven cir., at Beach Grove,
April L'O, 21.
Goldsboro cir., at Pine Forest,
April 27, 28. :
Goldsboro, St. John, April 2S, 2l.
2s ew Berne station, May 5, C.
Pamlico cir., at Barnes' chapel,
May 11, 12.
Carteret cir., tit Adam's creek,
'vflLiaGrange cir., at Bethel, May!
2.., 20. !
Lenoir mis., at Woodington .June
Jones cir., at Lees chapel, June
OW T GET -
e have male m rangi inonts with
whereby we are enabled to offer
Publishing Ilou-' at rate
Books in clubs or as a
premium n ith
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iiition i i tui
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olume XI. carries this work
from Debt to I'ominie. The GPt
pages are pa" ked with information
of just the kind which the vast
majority of reading people desire
to obtain. Like ita predecessors it
is truly 'namold in ita character.
Ia a single volume it gives an
unabridged dictionary, and a cyclo
pedia of information which is ample
for practical usp, is fully reliable,
and is brought down to the present
year. Among the articles treated n.rQr..s
at some length we notice that Debt, 1 ror ;iarm
with its various sub heads, has over on arnis
7 pages: while kindred topics, as ' pum me(i ,. .,
Debtor and Creditor, occupy over jng f1Kur, ;
i' pages more. Delaware has about ruiialni
5 page.-; Delirium Tremens. 1 pages; .i,,,' ,,. ,,
uemocraey. neany . pages, ani- lMI(J. y;,.,
mark, about lo pages; Deutistry,
about jiages; Descent of Man, 0
pace-: Development, H page?:
D:et. S pages: Digeation, I'd pages;
Diphtheria. . pages. There are,
also, a large number of really li e 1 1
fu 1 illustrations. The form of the
hook is most convenient; the paper,
print. ng. and binding are all very
good. This is emphatically fY
i yclopedia for the eople, and the
extremely low price only o cents
a volume m cloth, or ("- cents in
reach of all.
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Chicago. Atlanta, and San Fran-
w 1 1 be t he success
ry ot American m-t;tu
la . hue w :;! be t he
Ameia-.m lo.pe and
berty. We are aware
e t ho -e who think t ha'
ui'iieaval this grand
: . thought among the
; --miic!: ado about
Cat li.ey ate in
.erticial v;ew i f u
are wallahy blaul
and w e C" a:: men, 1
W ulder Buuton's ole red barrer society, and have no near and dear j
family ties, are the most uncom
fortable of human beings. Byron
says, '-Happiness was born a twin,"
but the phrase, though pretty and
poetic, does not go far enough.
We are gregarious, and not in
tended to march through life in
single or in double file. In pairing
time, i. e., during the honeymoon,
individuals of opposite sexes may
find it very pleasant, not to say
delightful, to walk apart from the
unsentimental world, two and two.
But as a general thing they are
ready enough to rush back into the
crowd when the billing and cooing
season ia over. Petrarch would
have grown tired of Laura, and she
of him, had they been condemned
to a life long tete a tetc in the
wilderness, and Sappho would have
jumped into the sea to escape ennui,
had she been compelled to matri
monial solitude with the man for
lack of whose love she made ';a
damp body" of herself.
It has been well said tbat the
vital principle grows weak when
isolated. The man who cares for
nobody, and for whom nobody cares,
has nothing to live for that will pay
tor the trouble of keeping bouI and
body together. You must have a
heap of embers to make a glowing
fire. Scatter them apart, and they
become dim and cold. So, to have
a brisk, vigorous life, you must have
a group of lives, to keep each other
warm, as it were, to afford to each
other mutual encouragement and
confidence and support. If you
wish to live the life of a man, and
not that of a fungus, be social, be
brotherly, be charitable, be sympa
thetic, and labor earnestly for the
good of your kind.
Deprived of His Living.
It is in Taris that the art of
begging has produced its most
remarkable examples of uncon
scious effrontery. A wealthy roan
in that city was told by his servant
recently that a man was waiting
in the hall below who had sent him
up a letter.
The letter contained the foilow-
v, hat got in ermong mv hangs?"
" That was a very grave sin."
W a-. eh? Wal,' I'm dinged sor
ry, ler dl l.ke ter do light, an' I
hate ter give that barrer up. D'yer
reckon little things like that 'nd
I Ullllt It 1 111 UV 11 .
An'Ispect they'll hev it figgered
up eigin me 'bout leediu" them
hogs I sold wheat bran ter make
Yin weigh up."
"Yes. that's against you."
-I 'lowed it mout be. I guess
wm km lilt cnoieia cuicKens onier
ther peddler an' put tin" grease
j inter ther butter, an' workin right
smart o' corn stalks inter loads o'
corn that goes ter market, an' all
sech leetle things like them I reckon
won't be counted up fer nothin'."
They're all sins. Brother Tuck
er, and will have to lie accounted
Wal. parson, 1 .-'pose ye'r post
ed up in sech matters, an' know
how ther lays, but I been or goin
erlong thinkin" that all them Ie etl
things v otildn't ermount ter shucks
an' 1 felt like es if I wasn't goin'
ter hev no sins ter answer fer, an
I wan't skeered none. But ef sech
trill in', insigni fere ant things is go
in' ter he ht 1,1 up ergin me then
I I'm er goner."
"Oh no, brother: you have but to
I repent and forgiveness will follow."
: "I'll he all right, then, will I "
1 "An kin go right on jest es I hev
! an' it won't he counted?"
Oh. no. You must re; cut and
i reform. Leave off all your bad
j habits and lead a dillerent hie."
I'll, huh. That's jest what I
wus erf.-erd uv. Seems like gettin"
religion comes down puny hard on
er teller. J'd like ter jme yer,
.arson, an' go ei long er ther rest,
hut it 'mi be a leetle grain too
st rain : n' on me. I reckon. I don't
mm' tin i' repeiitm', hut ther tuther
par: sticks me. fer I've caekilated
on ilom'er heep o' boss swoppin'
:h;- wmtei." Detroit Prec Press.
(cm in en dable I n dependence.
A lew years ago, a poor eartman
in Bo-ton, met with a very serious
misfortune, when dying his voca
tion at the docks there. He had
occasion to hack his horse towards
tha edge of the wharf, and in doing
so. the vehicle accidentally received
I a-k them to a backward momentum, by which
u ;- and ted us I (, lrt a!Uj horse were precipitated
se lor concern j ni-l0 r he water, the horse drowned
and the cart damaged. The sym
pathy of some charitable persons
immediate!'.' set on foot a subscrip-
:o t he '
e I n;, Ul.
t iie con
nesota. r 1
t.e ot t he
i sav t here
1 he reco; ded mortgages
i-i tho.-e States are
P. the f, 'i.o Will g app.li.
Ill 1. '.. '. r 70 1 .epiMI
- .O I MM 10 ; Illinois,
i-i'nii-ai. $ g.-iii.iKiii..
r ' ". o.lc 'O : ol ;:i
i.i m io : Iowa, r Y 1 ,-
-brings it within tne
A specimen volume
ooo.ooo; Nebraska, r 1 lo.ooo.p, o ;
Kansas. rY'oo.oo ..(.on : Missouri.
t'17,ouo.0oo; Texas, s. 1 u.i mi i.ooo.
Total: ''', r ! '.'(;( ' Inovtr- !
an-i t'.utt, '- ". ..(!'.' oYcv' Tlr.s.
in just one t h;i d ot the agr ictiltui al
States. The interest for one year
at six per cent on th:s mortgaged
debt iI those farmers ;s ' , n rui r d
and t iVr' n ron'.'iYn- mn- hundrxl anl
tic nty th":iind a'.-'.Uir .' Almost
enough to covi r the entire cotton
crop ot the South. KsaiiLiie the
mortgaged indebtedness on the
farms ot the rem lining eighteen
States to equ il that ol the above
named nine States and it would
amount to enough to pay for all the
railroads in this a.-t country 1
Whither are we ilialting .' Is there
no cause lor concern among the
farmers! Is there a farmer or
jtion to repair the poor man's loss;
I and vvhen a very handsome sum
I was oiiered him, lie respectfully but
' firmly rejected it, saying:
"I'm not denying that I am poor
enough, but I have always had
' foresight to lav by something for a
rainy d ',.''. ami I'd take e ire that
no I'i.e .-!, ill look ar mv new cart
land hoi.-e. and -av. ! gave him a
dollar to get it.' "'
; This is an install, e of indepen
I deuce and fere.-ight in humble life
j which we think might be acted on
with advantage by many in a higher
I n cur own chilly, damp, aad even
changeable climate we ought
alwas to wear clean, dry. soft
"Itesjfajed Sir. Y'our well
known and exemplary generosity
has led me to hope that you will
magnanimously take pity on the
situation of an unfortunate widower
who has been cruelly deprived of
his means of subsistence by the
death of his wife. I am, sir, yours
in distress, X. Y."
A Pleasant ITajniate.
Two Indian children, a boy and
a girl, eight or nine years of age,
were sitting among the grass near
the village of Atures, in the midst
of a savannah. It was two in the
afternoon, when a jaguar issued
from the forest and approached the
children, gambolling round them,
sometimes concealing itself among
the long grass, and again spring
ing forward witn his oacii enrveu
and his head lowered, as is usual
with our cats. The little boy was
unaware of the danger in which he
was placed, and became sensible
it only when the jaguar struck him
on the side of his head with one of
of his paws. The blows thus in
flicted were at first slight, but
gradually became ruder; the claws
More-head City, June lo, 1G.
Beaufort station, June 10, 17.
Straits cir., at Banks, June 17.
Core Sound mis., at White
Toiut, June 18.
Snow Hill cir., at Orman's chapel,
Sand Hill Dots.
George F. intends to enlarge his
crop more help in the family.
Good many farmers are ready
and waiting for planting time,
liobert Lee speaks ot planting corn
Mr. John Pearce has the finest
wheat that we have seen. Mr.
Pearce knows how to make fine
crops and is surely a model farmer.
The fishermen are taking ';fisher
man's luck" with patience. Judg
ing from repairing and building of
boats they must think a better day
is not far off.
Our public school closed a few
days ago. Subscription school
began on the 18th, with a slim
attendance. Some of the people
seem to be ignorant ot the bene
fits of a school to children and to
their neighborhood. Club up, neigh
bor, and 6ee that you have a school
during the whole year.
How to Secure Health.
Health, like success in life, is to
be gained by paying attention to
details. It is better to try to keep
from catching cold than to be al
ways trying to avoid infection.
More cau be done to check cholera
by keeping houses clean than by
using tons of disinfectants. Nature
gives health. It is man's perversity
in departing from Nature's teach
ing which leads to disease. Nature
intended all to have fresh air,
sufficient plain food, uncontaminat
ed water, and exercise. Let us
accept Nature's bequest, if wo pre
fer health to disease.
They are standard works, well bound
gomely embellished. Ib-gular library nz
Pvrry nubfifrnber to ei tberahe 1) A 1 1.
one year in
d print, ami liand
autiful in design.
advance, and twenty-five cints cslra, will be entitled to their
this list. A large a.B0rtmnt will It tent on hand where ther
w . j
cau be seen. Where wo have to send tin m ly mail, 10c. additional will b
flannel, next our bodies, Theup-aml Ln(,.i f)owP(1 wirh vi'
lence ; the little girl then took up
per part ot
changed and agreeao.e f ueiio , the branch of a tree, and strack the
the season--, hut our flannels ought j animal which fled 5efore her T e
exce; u e Indians, hearing the cries of the
The easiest way to mark table
linen: Leave a baby and a black
berry pie alone at the table for
Seeds of the most valuable va
rieties of cinchona bring -$1,000 per
ounce in Ceylon. There are nearly
100,000 seeds in an ounce.
Said a little girl, coming in from
the fields, "I saw a pansy, and I
was going to pick it, but it was a
butterfly, and it flied away."
A six year old boy wrote his first
composition on water. "Water is
good to drink, to bathe iu, and to
skate on. When I was a little
baby, the nurse used to bathe me
every morning in water. I have
been told that the Injuns don't
wash themselves once in ten years.
I wish I was an Injun."
Young l..d- (to pdil.-.r) I eee,
Mr. Shears, that you publishe 1 my
Mr. Shears Yes, we Uded it:
but we had to cut it down a good
deal. We had the boy who runs
the adjective killer at work on it
pretty nearly all day.
"MoIIie, I wish you would be a
better little girl," said a fond father
to his little daughter; "you have no
idea how sorry I am that mamma
has to scold you always !"
'Don't worry about it, papa,"
was the reply of tho little angel;
"I am not one of those sensitive
children. Half the time I don't
hear what she says."
Smythe Hullo, Broughno ! I'm
Arabian Nights Entertainment.
Swiss pamily Robinson.
Children of the Abbey.
Last Days of Pompeii.
Thaddeus of Warsaw.
The History of Saudford and Mcrton.
Andersen's Pairy Tales.
The Bi iiM ,! N( w Ti'dtamcrif .
She. A history of adventure.
King Solomon's Mines.
Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy.
Chavasse's Advice to a Wife and
Tom Brown's School Days at Rugby. Rani-ay's K .niiiiisce rices of Soottlah
The Mysterious Island.
Twenty Thousand Leagues I'udor the
The Tour of the World in Eighty
Grimm's Fairy Tales.
Paul and Virginia.
Child's History of England.
A Lucky Young Woman.
Merry Men and other Tales and
The Servant Girl of the Period.
Five Weeks in a Balloon.
Ivanhoe, and Lord of the Isles.
Rob Roy. and Rokeby.
Cooper's Last ot the Mohicans.
Willy Keilly and His Dear Coleeri Celestial Scenery
Life arid ( 'haracter.
Modern Women. Vol. 1.
Modern Women. Vol. II.
Famous Boys, and How They Became
Half Hour with the Poets.
The Practical Astronomer,
Iri-h Humorous 1'ocuis.
Life of Washington.
The Christian Philosopher.
Poetry of Love.
Poetry of the Affections.
Poetry of the Sentiments.
Scottish Humorous Poems.
The Sidereal Heavens.
Goldsmith's Poetical Works.
Kcble's Christian Year.
Popular Natural Historv.
Young Polks' Natural ifiMojy.
Creasy's Fifteen Decisive Battles.
Rocky Mountain Adventures.
Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield.
The Fur Country.
Wild Life in Oregon.
The Lover's Library.
LoDgfellow's Voices of the Night.
never to bp removei
close ot , ne week., win a w c it sup-1 Cra i 1 tire n , ran up and saw the jaguar : sorry to see you in this crippled
i.Iy ourselves with cleau ones, i which bounded off without showing ! condition. Were vou one of the
Ibis practice has been the means ; anv disposition, to defend itself. 1 victims of the recent railroad
of preserving many thousands of ! y ' : , N t d Anecdotes. crash 1
Whittier's Poetical Works
Bryant's Poetical Works.
Poe's Complete Poetical Works
Hypatia; or New Foes with an Old
Rules and Exercises of Holy Living.
Thomson's Poetical Works.
Veronica; or, The Light House
The Irish Gentleman.
Evenings at Home, and Life in Ger
many. Knickerbocker's History of New York
The Sketch Book.
Hugo's The Rhine.
Baxter's Saint's Everlasting Rest.
The Use of Sunshine.
John Halifax, Gentleman.
Adventures of an Attorney in Search
Six Hundred Dollars a Y :ir.
The Rock of Ages.
The Cricket's Friends.
Christmas Stories for Children.
The Kettles Birth-Day Party.
Grandfather's Pocket Book. Short
Stories for Young Folks.
Daniel Boone, the Pioneer of Ken
tucky. Dickens' Adventures of Oliver Twist.
Dickens' Old Curiosity Shop.
Dickens' Christmas Books and Tales.
Israel Putnam. I
Captain John Smith, the Founder of
Every Day. A story for young ladies.
Benedict A mold.
Conspiracy. A Cuban Romance.
An American in Iceland.
Craig's Pronouncing Dictionary.
Lucile. A poem.
For oh il -
Abbott's Stories fer Childrm.
Fox's Book of Martyrs.
Wonders of Astronomy.
( 'liioe-; ( -ordon.
( 'I exar'.- Io venge.
r rozt n l irate.
Temiyf.on's Ccrni lete Poetical Worki.
Life in Pari-.
Songs for the Household.
Aytoun's Lays of tfie Scottish CaTa-
Bishop Herbert's Works.
Ihiiinent English Liberal.
Valhalla. The Myths of Noracland.
Splendid Advantages of Being a
oman; and other Erratic Essays.
Scott's L'irate, and Marmion.
Scott's Kenil worth, and Lady of the
New Arabian Nights,
The Cardinal Sin.
Saddle and iSabre.
Charles W esley's Poems.
Abbott's Harlie Stories.
Penalty of Fate.
The Evil Genius.
As in a Looking GIabi.
Dickens' Sketches by Boz.
Dickens' Barnaby Rudgc.
Among the Trees.
The Butterfly Hunters.
Boys' and Girls' Rook.
Studies iu the Philosophy i
and II i-tory .
Reminiscences of Saratoga
Human Nat m'.
Voices of Freedom.
liri.-'Iing with Thorns.
Lady Audley's Secret.
From the Earth to the Moon Direcl,
and a Journey Round It.
Guy Mannering, and Lay of the Last
Lady of the Lake, and other Poems.
Famous French Authors.
Ihe arena ot your country,
aaid M. "le Losseps to the Russian
1'nniv (irloit" '-is almost exactly
similar m extent to that of the patriot m whatever sphere he may
moon." l'tie important difference
licate childhood, and
ongevitv to i
The slaughter houses of Paris are
clean; no onensive ouor irigniens
Smythe Why are you hobbling
about on crutches, with your head
replied the prince, "is that, whi.e
the area of the moon is a fixed
quantity, that of Russia is con
live, who does ma led God speed
to the noble and heroic men of the
Farmers' Alliance, who are earnest
ly seeking and striving to
the direful calamity which
ensue, if this state of things is not
remedied! Let every man who
belongs to our order renew with
each day of his life his undying
allegiance to the cause. Let every
In a school reader the following
sentence occurs "In the year 18-17,
- is put atoes formed the sole food
of the Irish peasantry."
mi ia. r
A la aa-liallO' a a A u.,'"-
a?t Icw pjtli. aud
I aia-f 1. atlvcaotl;
Mat. rHa A- a A-aa.
-aia KVKIt YWI1KUK.
m rain owi mmi won too "ii ore kit.
H (V Ami UuS u luta t r-a (.! aiaa-ila,
Mlf-Uraadlaf ikilllf. aalaalaaai an
lla-A(-raiaalBC. bae Aaaat aa( af aCtA A
aaaaala. .a a val-at-lln4 eaaaf la i pay
ar-an H ct . kut m.l k circu-w. R-awsnbar.
aa fuu-a4a our bjOw iuw a aay a4gHKaa
mm Vim aa tAa aiaraaa A I ti aaa , .- - .
TAa C. A WOOD CO-YVnr
- 11 M- It -. rfcilAaaAlpaUaH T
Th tranaition from Ion;. liQcariiig and
: .infu! lickniu to robust healtn marka an
' rpoch in tl.e lifo of an individual. Snch a
p,rr.,li,. a v n f ,d lr..inl.l In t I' A n.Tll-
!o.-t and tha arrncj whereby the p.sid patriot luelltiiy IlimsCi! WllU US IU
' hral-.h haa Ueon attained ia graWlul'.y this great task of disenthralling the
l b irsM-il Hpom it i thai a, marli la naard
i i pr;i i i Electric Bitters. So many
f"-i -.LrT owe '.heir restoration U health
t. the uie of the "treat Alterative and
I Tonic If Tin are trouble! with any dis
eAa ot KidneT-., Lirer or Stomach, of long
atul industries ol
the animals to be killed; no worry- j tieT U1J aund 0D arm in a sling?
ing and fretting, no unnecessary ! ouguue xoooggau mmc,
cruelty. Tho animals are brought! A tender hearted and compas
to the block quietly from clean sionate disposition which inclines
avert boy read t he passage "In the year , stalls, where tney were tea ana , men to pity and feel the mlsfor
tnust ly17 forty-eight potatoes formed i cared for as though intended for a tnaes of others, and which is even
the sale food of the Irish peasan- long lite. Jt everisn excitement anu : lor its own sake incapable ot in
try." cruelty produce unwholesome meat jvolving any man in ruin and
.and cause disease among con- miserv, is of all tempers of mind
sinners. J the most amiable; and, though it
aa-.aa.-a ! never receives much honor, ia
My dot (three years old) was recent-) worthy of the highest,
ly taken with cold in the head. It1
seemed finally to settle in his nose, I
which waa stopped up for dayB and
niehts eo that it was difficult for him to
breathe and sleep. I called a pbysi
AIIVII'E AO MOTH liltS
Mas. yvi.ssLow s
TIIEIK Bl'SIXESS UOOMIMi,
Probably no one thing has e;c.;si d sacb
a oeneral reiv.ii of Lru !e at K. X. I i: r?V s
drug s tor as their giving away to their '
customers of bo many free trial bottles of
lr King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. Th tar tra i- simply enormous in
this very valuable artiel. from the fact
th'it it always cures and never disappoints.
Coughs, ( obis. Asthma, lronenuis, croup.
Good books improve the mind und afford valuable aid as educators. The
publishing house we are dealing with do an immense l uiiness and give us
such rates for their books as can not be obtained by others than publishers.
While these books are real handsome and worthy a place in any 1 ibrary,
one other strong point i-liould not be in, 1 1 ccln (t, the print. The type is
large, clear, and will not injure the eyes. A large supply will be kept on
hand, but should any selection not be iu stock ! will require
while to order it. Now is a good time to begin or enlarge
only a ahort
you a nio
Hucltlen'a Arnica Salva.
Tug Best Salvb in the world for
Outa. Braises. Sores. Uloert, Salt
fian who nrescri hod . hot did him no ! Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
lv good. Finally I went to the drug store j Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
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pau dosA. ' hoeA. Twenty-flve cents a bottle. 1 Wholesale price, $tf per dozen .
library. Remember that when books an
be required for postage
to he. sent by mail, 10c. eitra will
SooTLILNij SYRUP and all throat and lung diseases qu-.ckl
d for children
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