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Volume I . HY ^V. <) . IirXXKLL, D.VNSVILLE, J?. Y. Two Cent* p«r fcjogpy, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 18«0. Aumbeiy 1. <TItc flansriUc JViimtvsrr Wil l M - [ IN'.I.-I -t n> « Ji\> iiniii .Inn I . I \41. ami uil l fx- f\rni -'\'l ' • • i 1 -i ri'nT \ ii'itil that tun c fur n< : „»-i* 0 • •• '•••MI in r nun.'. , r \ftcrthc aliov c ita 1 . .i>... - - t ,iiir_' .1 ti :*w its pri- < nt MZV WE ISSUE WEEKLY ONE THOUSAND COPIES l A • • 11 • lit UiV U 1 -* i -1 ii i.i.. ' • ' s Thefollvirirornr« Advert Yemenis. THEY IliYE A Rill Y ED. i .f I a t U »\;t All• »' . I I Mttou f»» Advertising. 1 Ki|i|(irc * \\I'M. col . ',., \.. i h ill l.5o 'i.Vl I « . u k • 1. 00 £00 It w • • It\. :s 1J« a..vi 4.nO M Mil . 1 mi 1 So :i .i)o 4 .M Tw o M\iiili« . 1 Wl '-' .V) 4 mi f..m) Th r • \ f n'lis . .IJJO »-Vi «.•« ¥ .ur *I iMi\ . J..VI .\. .d» .'..mi , 7JK2 Kiv c M- n'fi- , \. I III 4 .'i0 i.i o 8.1X 1 AUKJVTH WJJVTtW. <*>ur iii'tii' • in' n't ar- \in h. 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Iliivi' ,n- t r.-i . vf(l tlie I_iriti>t ani l in-int Vasliu.iifilik' -'• .i U i.f 'iii,<r..',ni iiif'I Iiii|i-.rt< I CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, &c, .-r l'r''iii<ht»t'i tlii-i lunrkt-t. .-ill o f vrhiHi tin y will In- li.ipi > t\\ EXHIBIT FREE OF EXPENSE Tiiiill wh\ tnny i nil (tii'l \i'f thi'tn. 'they hftv<> :i Inrj;'' nii'l Ii n,|M lot of thf tnf'.\t l»iliitffill iiii'l f.L-l»|ftiali|. VehTls, Cashmeres, Grenadioes, ViiJ uihrr V L-htint!fi«vi-r n JiKNTs' >'l K.MSIIINi; (ItiUDS, ! MIIRTS , . CfiUiAIlS , ' • ' M'.f KTUH I j HA-M- K KM IIIKf 8 -. I.UJVKS, JInSK. 1.-.. In fii'lli \i v»ri«'ly, HIKIHII m ri|^tuji ntylf. A ncM -lutof IT ATS AND CAPS, Tin' |lii' --t in Imu.-vill\ TJii -irstuck of Ml iDY- JL 1 1)E C 'L0T1IIXG I'ltK'ifnl l ftiii|l« inlinltti-il to In- Hiifii'riur In uny utli- rr in<llii-< imirUf-t Mr. OBOKaa U. RIOB In jiri'imri'il V) InU' 1 iiii'n«iiri , H uml Tlf ItM\ Ol* r r CUSTOM \VOHK \ little iilii'.i'l \ f mil Until.' 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I'MIIIR'H Mllllncrj- Store and J. t. Kiwtrr'. CluthlHK Si ore. The .'iln,\*i' L'nt'tl' men w.'iilil uif\ri)i tin ' i-ni/.i'ii\ n f Jt'lfl -N liil\ lll'l V i IIII'J tli t flu \ III' |HI [Mill • ! Ill il'l r^tluii'4 i n tin Inn nl tin >r *.i[-in» — in tin ' HIGHEST STYLE OF THE AKT. Has nil! at nn-.it cX |M 'ii»« ' ]n.-t«-<l tln'luii,l\ i \ In al l tic Tjtl («'\<t IllllIVUVl'lltl'lllK , \ti'l <n 'i ilmuii; inn ' o f tin 1 lii..| Sk) ltirlit l.iilh r n M 111 V ' ster n S'civ \ mk ti n y ar c imw\taUini ; • I'lIuTDiilt M'lIS ul'' KVKRY SI7.K, Will i >i Uti |.r.'ll\llin '- 1 l.\ al l t o In- ei|ll il tu th e licit , lll'l .1* ' help . I\ ti n 'Jn'l|\\t . \I\U ' Ambratyjici and Mclainotypc* \\ li). li ciuiii'il lie l/i ati ii III th e i-.iinitrv Particula r •itii nii'iii I I u'l i \ t (k n_ ; i liil-lr. n ami irri.ii|'\ I'll.'-. hlllll^ (ll. till. - .. f .) . . . ;|\| .| [I. I'\'. II*' ca n Iiui . them ciiliireilil In I'lii'tii^'riplw • >f nii% mn . t all ali i \' > v l\| in n li\ \I\'\if 'iHIl ^.tliiin.' ] PIU'SIA iv: .JONKS^ Hl'KIMJWATKK, X. Y. IIK A I. KII IV lir y ' .'ii'iU. (iri'i'irn* , Tiulor \ \ 't'riiiininif; < i, llu*ii ry . C.l'.n r Slnrt* . I'riiwrs. KnlitH'r.-i, Hoot \ ami Shm Iiri'jir* inn ! Me.li i mi'\ . I lucks , Wiitihc*, .Ii MI Iry , \ nuke. * N'ltt'ii^*. A . .. ic. s<M0»£, mmmum ~ t'»D novr) » oVitiunoit nl rvtlui-ed nricp.\ nt UU(iEH» DROH. Pnctic« What To» Pr««ck. Tel l m c not nf (.iirlileil ncrmon*— Kh'pinco \f thought fiml *iyle. If-ii H from \Utyi .iir tii\rlem pillplt«, ^lan fmril error t\ IsoRiiile Kl \'jii<-ii'-i' tn.ij eliar'ii the rancy, SitminoH «n iKliiiinnp cmw'il. Wh o stirTounil the giftorl preftehcr Wit h their iirajsci |nni:.'ind lnutl; Jlllt if Ctfldy tippliltltC'l \i.TVAtltS W'r'iilH their he.iri r'» con - letice rrach, Lcmltnt! thetn t\ path* of wTn.l\in The y lniiM ]iriu'ti.'0 wlmt U(e y protujli. riirent s if your t. uiler otrsprutjC * \ uit W ..11I1 I li-iul in ssuy.s of truth, Shi.'lilmgilu-ni from the U'tii|'UiticuK \\ Inc h \tlrroiniil tie ['ath.\ uf youth ; CViimt a i vmn ymr titiic-wom ninxnn- B i Ami. to mak e yuiir tc :iclun^j> inirf, fiimlc them not iilone hy precept, Hut ci.ntnplc.ju«tund pure ; Kor, to shelter from the tempests Sin's dark • loti N wmild cast round each, Ti ti'ler t|..».T* of ymr protection. YMU must prai'ticc what yo u preach. Teachers, if thrininhontyotir dutictt, Kvcr faithful ymi would !«;, Not hy word\ hut h y your iictions, Tench in nil miicerity \otitlifiil eyes are on you jrtuinjr. \ outhful henrts jou r thoii^htu roccivo; Knfterly they catch your ncfctit.s, KuK'T'y your vrordx U-lieve. TJll'll iH'H'ttri', Ic.sl h y jou r JK-tlf/119 Unthm principk'H ymt teach, Mill forget nut you must ever HtriTti to practice what yon prciich. ^ £3rautuut §kiUb. The C*matry OrarayMpd. It wns the ntioii nf n Ftininicr Sulihuth.— Tin- ilny liitd been i |im, f|tiict, hazy, witli great wii'il\ c , lou(l> jiilftl nil over tlio sky, Bnt l tifcu- siniuil out liri'itkings nml ijuivtirings of enn- bliini', like licitiitil 'til tliiMiylit.i in n .\tory or sweet notci s \SL 'Uiiiii tijiwiutl through u low SOII^'. I It wnt' ii ]iictiirp«f |tip little* .\jint tliiit old country prnvi 'Mird, shut ofl' from the liigh- Wity, nud the green lidds hy it.* jilain, Ashite riiilin^: and thm-tho fnthors and mother luul lain down U> slceji in the hope of a \res­ urrection unto life immortal.\ There were only two persiitis, n ufciitlcinan nud a lady, iiiakvmj their way \lowly anioiie; the tall grits:- and' the,old brown nio.-s-covered tonih- .\toiies that leaned again.it eaeh other, and still told, with feeble \oiees, of all that lay beneath them. The old burying ground WILS half choked up with blackberry \ ines. They c-ltuituHl over the sunken graves, and wound their green RrmsTubout the liead-'tonet;, and on the Sahbath of which I write, the berries hung tliick and tempting on the low vines. And there they would hang on till the, wind shook them down, or they dropped away of their own ripeness; for nobody ever thought of picking the berries that grew in the grave­ yard. Theiittle children passed by every tiny with their baskets and kettles, but no tiny hand\ were thrust through the railing; no ehildi.xh feet ever patted through the tall, old gate, though they knew well thut out among tho wood hollows and field hedges no berries grow largeror fairer than'these— these that were ihepriee of the dcailt The lady had never been .here before, and she looked aroimd with curious^ half awe- filled eyes, as she followed t |ie gentleiutui.-r- Uh, ho was thinkfng of tho time truun, many years gone by, when they led him through that long, tangled grass totheburinl of Iii* mother. ^ \Ii was here,\' almost whrspcre'd the £>m- tleinan, a.* one does in the presence of th« dead, and then both .«tood still before the tall, gray column which told how many sumirt«?y« before, in tho morning bfh «r. womanhood, the ••mother\' had lain down, to tkc sW-p whiih no child-voice had ever awakened. \Eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, murmured tho young laU'y, as bhe learteu over the head-stone, \llow long ago ..tliiit was! Can jou remember it*\ \Yiw vqry dimlj—justas you do some of the old ijignf dreams of your childhood.\ \Then tell mo about Unit time, won't you please? It is. such a fitting place, close by where she. was, with tho Sabbath quiet and beauty all around, and tho 'wind bringing up to us the bwect hvmns .of tho 'worshipper* from tho old, stono church,\ \Do you fee tho great, whito hoiis^vl'.yond the bridge; with its steep, oluVfiuthiotfej! roof, and the. vine mounting all uruund L the^pHtuaa, and the tall maplo-troo in front wilier^* the. young birds of thirty aummcni rtpo >i «n^ Jnst. IIK sweetly as they are singing this Ha^bbntb morning? » \It was night-time then, though, and *k* lay i/i that lower room on tho rigltt,_ and I was sleeping in the chamber overhead, with the newly risen stars looking in tho window on the liulu boy whom tho next hour, wiw to write moihcrlexs. 1 remember a light Rhone suddenly through the room, tuid sonic one. saying boftly - ' \Come my child, g \ct up quick. Your mother wants to sue you ouco more.\ \1 did not comprehend what this meant, but I remember a chill struck through my heart, as thpV carried mo down stajrs and in-, to the room where .\1(0 lay, where she had had lain many days, her face growing whiter, ami her sweet voice lower all tho \timo. \Well the\ lifted mc up to the bedside..— She placed her thin arms about my neck, and kissed in\ forehead with lips as ' Cold as the winter snow. Then she whispered so low- that no our but mine heard—mine that has kept the words through all the upward year?, and that hears them now faintly and swe.etlv as on that night—'My little boy. God will take care of y oil.' Her eyes closed, and when they lifted me away, tho life of my mother bad gone down into the valley of death-!\ And the lady who, leaning against the old tomb-stone, had listened that ba'bbath morn­ ing to thisstory, thought, amid the tears xhe sent back to her heart, that tho mother had bequeathed a beautiful legacy to her son.— Mighty name, and broatl lands, and royal sceptre many a one has left to her child, bill that thingprohphcoy, \iry little boy, God will take care ol yoM,\ in its beautiful, touch­ ing faith and consecration following him up into manhood, and down, ilmay bo, among the shadows of old age, was worth more than all these: fitting words to curry out from this world, and to keep sacred oven among tlio angels who arc in Heaven, till the mother, meeting her child again, shall suv trium­ phantly on the Eternal Hills, as shciid ftunt- ly in the Earthly Valley—\God IIAS tkkrn cure of you, my boy'.\

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