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TrE hjofE Circle.
Conducted by Ml! I llATTIK II, CI.AHKK,
THE PARTING HOUR.
Thoro'a Homethlng In tbo parting hour
Will chill tho warmest, heart
Yot klndrod, couitados, lovers, frionds,
Are latod nil to part;
But thli I've soon nnd nmuy a pang
1I8 pressed It to my mind
Tho ono who poos Is huppler
Thau thoso ho leaves bohlnd.
No mnttor what tho Jouruoy bo,
Adventurous, dangerous, lur,
To tho wild deep or bleak Ironllor,
To solitude or war
Still something cheers tho hoart that daroi
In all of human kind,
And they who go aro happier
Than thoso thoy leavo bohlnd.
Tho brldo goes to tho bridegroom's homo
With doubling:! and with toars,
But does not hope her rainbow spread
Across hor cloudy four.?
Alaol tho mother who remains,
What comfort can alio find,
But this tho gono Is happier
Thau ono sho lenvos behind.
Havo you a frloinl noomrado dear?
An old and valued frluud?
Bo suro your torm of lutorcourso
At longth will hayo an end.
And when you part as part you will
Oh! tako It not unkind,
If ho who goes Is happier
Thau you ho loavoa bohlnd.
Uod wills It so and so it Is;
Tho pilgrims on their way,
Though weak and worn, morocheorful aro
Than all tho rent who stay.
And whon, at last, poor man Mibdtiod
Lies down to (loath roslguod,
May ho not still bo happier far
Tim u those ho lo.ives behind.
jiy jkssii: a. i).
" Dear Frioml Gorlrtulo: Sitting on
the summit of the hill Hint rises at tho
roar of niy futhor'a beautiful rositlenee,
my thoughts ily back with tlto twenty
yenrd that liavo passed sineo I first iw
tliis lovoly plnco. Iloiucmborlug that
you havo often requested mo to tell
you of my life in Oregon, I will en
deavor to relate tho most interesting
portions In a scries of letters to you,
which, from tho name of my old home
stead, and tho river it is on, I will term
' McKonzio.' Never will 1 forgot tho
delight with which I behold this my
futttro homo. Sitting by my brother's
side in tho little skill' that Father was
rowing Ifolt as if wo were drifting In
to some fairy land, hitherto unexplor-
oil. 'Twas tho second day of April,
and tlto banks woro lovely with dasies,
violets, and InitteruJtps. Tho hills ris
ing and stretching away in tho back
ground woro covered with majestic fir,
plno and cedar trees. To our left was
a small opening; and passing through
this wo came Into a field, or clearing, of
perhaps twenty acres. Tlioro, Father
had planted his first crop of wheat, In
Oregon. About fifty yards from tho
river's bank, on a little knoll Ftootl a
tiny board (or shako) shanty, for iilch
wo started upon stopping from tho
boat. With what curious eyes did
Mother, Harry, and I survey tho Iltlio
house. Yes, wo had seen others like It,
but It scorned odd that uc wero going
to actually live in ono. It consisted of
ono room, sixteen by eighteen feet.
Tho iioor was rough boards laid cross
wise tho firo-placo was composed of
stonos, sticks and mud.
"Pooh! This ain't no houso at all;
wo'vo left tho nico llttio cottage and
farm away back in Now York for tills
kind ot a place, and I Just ain't 'goin'
to Ilvo In It either." was my brother's
" Now, Harry, wo don't Intend to re
main in this, for, as soon as your father
can get the garden planted and fenced,
ho will go to work on a new house, and
then wo can uso this one for a chicken
coop;" remonstrated mother gently.
JJut come, let us straigliton up this
bit of furnittiro that Father brought up
on tho scow yesterday," sho continued
Thus urged, Harry and I sot to work
and soon hud ovorythiug arranged to
our satisfaction. That ovening wo
gathered 'round tho firo and begged
Mother for a story, as wo had been
wont to do in our old home. And, as
wo listened to tho slmplo history of
our Puritan forofathors, wo felt very
much as If wo woro witli them at
their homos in tho wilderness. Then
our dear, gontlo Mother Impressed
their sacrod ideas on our young minds,
and so deeply that wo nover forgot
thorn. Oh! I thank my Uod that I am
now in tho land of tho nti:i:, whero
overy 0:10 can worship their Creator as
they choose. But, dear Gertrude, tho
sun I blnklng slowly behind tho hills,
and as ho goes, hU lingering beams
kiss tho clouds and treetops a gonllo
good night, and casting reflections on
tho bosom of tho McKonzie, chango
the color of tho silver waters, till wo
could fancy it gold.
As I havo promised to tako a boat
rldo this ovonlng, I must go."
(To be continued.)
Why is a pair of skates like an ap
pla'.' 'llecauso thoy both have occasion
ed tho fall of man.
There aro many peoplo in this world
that can seo no good in any but them
selves. They can seo everybody's faults
but their own. They seem to bo very
sociable while you aro witli them, but
as soon as your back Is turned they will
find fault witli you and criticise in dif
ferent ways. In fact they say you aro
out of your plnco, for you talk too
much for a lady and that you should
stay at homo and tako caro of every
thing out of doors and in tho houso,
while your husband is going to all tho
public gatherings in tho surrounding
country. Then thoy will begin to find
fault with tholr neighbor's religion and
say that ho is no bettor than thoy aro
themselves, for ho does things that
thoy would not do for tho world. So
thoy go on with their fault-finding nnd
say If they owned a certain man's
farm they would got rich in Ilvo years,
whero ho only makes u good living.
How is it that tliis class of peoplo nev
er seo any good in their follow-bolngs?
Is it because thoy havo no confidonco
in mankind? Or is it becauso they
look on tho dark sldo of ovorythiug?
I think if peoplo would learn to watch
over each other for good and not for
ovll, there would bo a better stato of
things in tho world. Mns. K.
Tho occasions in Ilfo when wo aro
called on to mako substantial sacrifices
for others, and to perform acts of heroic
kindness, aro rare ; but the occasions
when wo can show llttio attentions nnd
do small human charities occur every
day in tho week.
When Sydney Smith compared mat
rimony to a pair of shears, ho divided
tho latter evenly botweon tho man and
tho wife. Since that time, however,
things havo so changed that tho wom
an has come to bo regarded as tho
shears and tho man as the shorn.
Truth hi immortnl; the sword cannot
pierce it, firo cannot consumo it, pris
ons cannot incarccrato it, famine can
not starvo it.
Tho best dowry to advanco tho mar
riage of a young lady is, to havo in
her countenance mildness, in her
speech wisdom, and in her behavior
Tho most laconic will on record is
that of a man wuo died in 170'i). It
runs thus : "I have nothing: Iowo a
great deal tho rest I glvo to the poor."
Many a farmer's boy goes Intosomo
city, and struggles nlong until middlo
life, with nothing to show for his labor
except that ho has thoroughly learned
that a half starved lawyer is loss to bo
envied than a well fed fanner.
Woman .should bo counseled nnd
confided in. It Is tho beauty and glory
of her naluro that it instinctively
grasps at. and brings to light trutli and
right. Reason, man's greatest faculty,
takes time to hesitate before it decides;
but woman's instinct novor hesitates
and is scarcely over wrong whore It
has even chances with reason. Wo
man feels where man thinks, nets
whero ho deliberates, hopes whero ho
dospalrs.and triumphs wlioro ho falls.
A woll-ordered houso Is a paradlso
on earth. No othor earthly pleasure Is
equal to tho calm contentment of the
family fireside. Tho excitement of
oven oiiccossful business Is attended
with vexation; tho onjoymontof travol
Is associated with fatiguo and danger
and oven tho pleasures of knowledge
aro combined with bitterness. Hut tho
happiness of tho fireside is unalloyed.
To Plmufy Wati:k. Put a good
sized pieco of charcoal Into a can of
water; it will collect all Impurities.
Wash it when tho wator is changod.
Aim'm:s in Rici:, Scoop out tho
cores, aim paro very neatly a hair doz
en good-sized apples; boil them in thin
clarified sugar; lot them imbibe tho
sugar and bo careful to preservo tholr
form. Miilrrt n mui'mutiulx vllli't.ii
other apple, adding to itrico boiled In
iiiiiu, wiui hugnr mm muter, aim tnu
yolks of two or three eggs; put them
Into a dish for table, surround it with a
border of rico and marmalndo and bako
Aim'ij: Float. Preparo 12 tart ap
ples, if) for sauce. Whon cold, add two
whites of eggs, beaten; then beat tho
wholo till .still'. Mako soft custard of
th( yolks. Put tho apple in tho custard
and servo with cream.
Ai'Pt.i: Pi'wu.vu. Pare, com and
chop five or six apples, a quarter of a
pound of suet; blanch and pound one
dozen sweet almonds; half a pound of
currants, a small cup of sugar, half of a
nutmeg, bread crumbs and Hour in
equal quantities; teaipoonful of salt,
tho whites of !l eggs well beaten; Just
milk enough to mix a wine glass full of
brandy tho last thing. From ten to 1
ouiicen of bread crumbs and Hour mako
a good sized pudding, but If moro Hour
is liked, add a teaspnonful of baking
powder, sifted dry in tho Hour.
Chkai' CiiN(ii:unui:.u. Ono table
spoonful lard, one cupful good molasses,
ono cupful boiling water, ono teaspoou
ful ginger, one of soda; salt and Hour.
Don't live a singlo hour of your Ufa
without doing exactly what Is to bo
donoiu it, and going straight through
it from beginning to ond. Vork,pltiy,
study, whatever it Is, tako hold at onco
and finish it up squarely and cleanly;
and then to tho next thing without
letting unyiinoments drop out between.
It Is wonderful to seo how ninny hours
these prompt peoplo contrive to make
of a day; it is as if thoy picked up tho
moments tho dawdlors lost. And if
ovor you flint yourself whore you havo
so many tilings pressing upon you
that you hardly know how to begin, lot
mo toll you a secret; tako hold of tho
very first ono that comes to hand, and
you will find tho rest fall Into file and
follow like a company of well-drilled
soldiers, and though work may be hard
to meet when It charges in a squad, It
is easily vanquished if you bring it
into line. You may havo often scon
tho anecdote of tho man who was ask
ed how ho accomplished so much in
ills life. "My father taught me," was
the reply, "when 1 had anything to do
do, to go and do It."
Tho Schoolboy's Apples.
A South Hill school-marm, the other
day while working an example on tho
board detected an urchin directly be
hind her in the unlawful act of devour
ing an apple. Sho said to him, " Tim.
what aro you doing?" "Notliin," said
Tim with his mouth so full that his
checks stuck out on either side of his
head like tin nldormnn's stomach. "Yes
you are, paradoxically Insisted tho
"What have you In your hand?"
"Nnpple," said Tim, with f-ome sur
prise, as ho looked at the fragment of
tho apple in his hand and wondered
who had bit it whllo ho was studying.
" What has becomo of the rest of it?"
"Dunno," paid Tim, lookingaround in
an amazed eil'ort to discover who had
tho rest of It. " Somobody's been eat
on' It." " Havo you any more?" de
manded tho teacher. ' Yes'm," said
Tim, dolerully, "Got 'nuthor."
"Whero Is It?" relentlessly pursued tho
teacher. " In my desk," sighed Tim,
as ho began to suspect that tho teacher
was going to demand It of him. " Well
tako it out and go and stand one the
platform and eat It." " Kat 'em both?'
"Yes, eat them both." "Kat 'em
all?" "Yes, eat all you have," Impa
tiently responded tho teacher, and,
turning to the board, continued, " and
don't you leavo that platform while
you havo any apple uneaten."
Sileuco reigned in tlio school-room.
Tho paper pellet pursued Its tranquil
transit unobserved and the busy hum
of tho students mado more noise than
tho cautious smile of tho indolent.
Tim stood at Ills post. Munch, munch,
nulucli. Tho fragment in his liauti
soon disappeared, and he fell upon the
other apple silently but determinedly.
Quickly it follows tho first. Then he
nut his right hand into his pantaloons
pocket and took out an apple, and after
a cautious reconnoitre, miring which 110
wiped It on his trowsers, ho began tlto
attack. Ho carried tho fort. Another
npplo was brought to light. It was
quickly despatched. A third followed.
Ho changed his position, nnd, resting
tho weight of his body on his loft leg,
sighed as ho drew from his loft breech
es pocket another apple.
By the time ho produced tho eighth
npplo ho was silently being obsorvod by
two-thirds of the boys hit tho room.
In surprise tho tcachor saw him reach
for still another, and when that was
gone, surprise grow to amnzement as
Ids unwavering hand sought the mouth
of that gaping pocket. As tho boy ato
ho grow In dimensions, and tho teach
er becamo alarmed. There scomod to
be no ond to tho apples ho had in his
clothes. "Tim, for nioroy's sake, havo
you any moro apples?" Uot 'nother,'
said Tim Indlirerently. " How many
moro apples havo you?" "Dunuo,"
said Tim, "guess two or thrco more."
Tho teacher did not dare to let him
proceed, and appointed herself an in
vestigating committee to look after tho
back counties. Tho boy nover changed
a muscle of hlscounteiiauco nor moved
an inch whllo the tenehor pulled apple
after npplo from his coat and piled them
upon tho desk, until tlioro was .some
thing less than a peck piled up, with
Dado county to hoar from. The school
room was a .scono of hilarity which
wasn't so much subdued as It lias
been. Tim had laid in npplofor tho
winter, and tho pockets of his coat
having no bottom, tho coat was thus an
Immense bag, which would hold as
many apples as ho could carry. Tho
matter hasn't been laid before the
school board yet, but tho oxhau.sted
school ma'am declares that the next
time sho will learn how much of acrop
of upnlos a boy has about him hefom
sho issues any orders. JtuvllnytoH
A llAi'i'Y Woman. Hero Is some
thing for tho fair sex. A hr.ppy wo
man! Is sho not the very sparkle and
suiinhlno of life? A woman who Is
happy becauso sho can't help It whoso
snillo oven tho coldest Fprluklo of mis
fortune cannot dampen. Men mako a
terrible mlstako when they marry for
beauty, for talent or for style. Tho
sweutest wives aro those who possess
tho magic secret of being coiitonted
under any circumstances. Rich or
poor, high or low, it makes no differ-
mififi? tliu friinif tilt, nf tw Itntililf.u mi
Just as musically in their heaits.
A Philadelphia letter sys: The last vol
umiii of tho library of (lonoral Gooro
Washington wrrosccUUred to tho wind by
tho lest heir of tho family. Liwronoj
Washington, at Thomas' miction roam to
day. Tlitt youn man, who wa'i pros'iitt at
tlio sab, Is a grt-at,.giatuUou 01 (ieneral
Washington's Lrother, and son of tlio Into
John A. Washing on. Tho book wero
stored in a room uf ;i houso belonging to tlio
family, which watt tented ton I'omiHylvunlaii
who promised thai It should bo leapt con
stantly looked. Whon Mr. Washington ex
amined tlio library, ho found that volumui
had disappeared that tho autographs had
boon clipped front other, and that tlioro
was danger that the, wholo collection would
bo scattered In a tew years, and Its authen
ticity destroyed. Thero was 110 doubt what
ever oi tho authenticity of tho volume st
this time. Thero was a largo number of
literary won, booksellers and private collec
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TIIK TESTIMONY OF THE WIIOliK WOULD.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.
.ZjB-Lot tlio sittVorlnrrrtnil dlsoasod rontl tlio
$-ir LpmUI who havo boon plvon tip by Don
lorn, nml spokoti of ns Incurable, reiul tlio fol
lowing. jrO-Iifltnll who can bollovo facta, mul cau
ltHVof.Utli In ovldonco, riMultho following.
Know all mon iiv TiiKHi: lUtusiiNTH, Tlmt,
on this, tho Twontloth day of .liino, in tho
year of Our Loril Ono Thousand KlRht II un
drod and Slxty.alx, porsoiuilly ctiino .Tosoph
Itaydoclc, tomo known as Mich, and boltiR
duly Hworn, doposod aafollowH: "That ho I.i
tho nolo Kiuionu RKout for tho United Klaton
mid dopoudonclosthoroof for picparatloiiHor
tupdinltit's known us Dr. Hollow h.v'h Pills
ami Olntmout, nnd that tho following certifi
cate aro vorlMtiiu eopioH to tho bost of his
kuowloduo and bollof.
L.s.l olnrv l'liulli',
M Vfall Siri-ot, Now York.
JONi: 1st. 1800.
Du. IIolloway: I tako my pon io wrllo
you or my grout rollol, und tliat tho awful
IniIii In my sldo hns loft mo at la.nl IhnnkN
to your PlllH. Oh, Doctor, how thankful I
am that I van pot sonio Hloop. I can novor
wrlto It cuotiph. I thank you nnln anil
n(ialn, mid am suro that you aro really tho
friend of all sull'orors. 1 could not help wri
ting to you, nnd hopo you will not tako It
amiss. JAMKS MYK1W,
110 Avoutto D.
This Is to cortlfy that 1 was illHoharped from
tho army with Olironlo Dlarrlm-n, and havo
boon cured by Dr. Holloway'H PIIIr.
Now York, April 7, ISM. at 1'ltt Street.
Tho follow I nir Is mi IntoroRtltiij cao of n
man omployod in an Iron Foundry, who, In
potirinp molted Iron into a HhhU that wan
damp and wot, cauiod an oxplo.xloii, Tho
melted Iron wax thrown around mid on him
In a perfect Nhowor, and ho was burned
dreadfully. Tho followlni; certlllcato wan
pivou to mo, by him, about olpht weokH afior
New Yoitit, Jan. In, Km.
Mv nrtiuc la Jacob lLmlvt 1 nm nn Iron
Fouudor. I was badly burnt, by hot Iron li
November hwt: mv burim healed, but I had
a runtiltiK horo on my l''K that would not
neai. l triou uoiioway'H umtmeni ami it
ourod mo In a fow wooks. This In nil true,
nnd nuyhody can hoo mo nt Jncknou'H Iron
worita, -m Avouuo.
J. HAltDY, HDGoorcliSt.
Kxtrwls rrom Various idlers.
" I had no appotlto; Holloway'H 1'llln Ravo
mo a hearty ono."
" Your IMUh aro mnrvoUouR."
" I hond for another box, and koop thorn in
"Dr. IIolloway ban cured my hondaoho
that was olironlo."
" I riivo ono ol your J'IIIm to my bnbo for
uhnlern murium. Tho dear llttio thing p,ot
well in a day."
" My uatiHon of a morning Is now ourod."
"Your box of Holloway'H Ointment ourrtl
mo of noUos In tho head. I rubbed xotuo of
your olntmout behind tho oarn , and tho hoIao
" Soud mo two Iioxch, I want ono for n poor
" I onoloao a dollar, your prlco Is U.r emits,
but tlio modiolno to mo in worth a dollar."
Bond mo Ilvo boxeH of your IMIIh."
" Let mo havo throo boxoMnf your l'llla by
roturn mall, for OIiIIIh and Kovur."
I havo over '200 such TestliuonliilH
ax thoao, but want of npaco compolH mo to
For Cutaneous Disorders,
Ami all oruptlniiH of tho Hkln, this Olntmout
In most Invaluable. It doox not ueal oxtor
imlly nlouo. hut poiiotrales with tho utont
HoarohliiK oIl'octH to tho vory root of tho ovll.
Invariably euro tho following iIIkounoh:
Disorders or tlio Kldnt'iN.
In all (llwoaHOH all'ootliig Hiono orgaim,
whothor thoy Nocroto too much or too llttio
water; or whothor (hoy ho nlllicted with
Ntono or gravel, or with iiuIioh and iialim not
tlod In tho loltm ovor tho roglouu of tlio kid
noyH, these I'lllHHhnuld bo tukoii Hceonllng
to tho printed directions, and tho Olntmout
Hhould bo well rubbed Into tho Hiuall of tho
baok at bed time. This treatment will glvo
almost Immediate ml Nil' whit" nl other
meniiH havo faillod.
For btomaclis out or Order.
No modiolno will no clloctiially lmprovo
tho tone of tho Ntomauh as tlatio I'IIIn; thoy
remove all acidity, ooimhIoiioiI olther by In
temiKiraueo or Improper diet. Thoy reach
tho liver and reduce It to a healthy notion;
thoy aro wonderfully elllcaclous In cuhuh of
npasni In fact they novor tail In curing nil
dlhordom of the liver and htouueli.
HMowu'j't 1'iUi tu
plaint, Illotoheson tho
t the Uit irimtlij liioti'ii In the
Stone it Urn vol,
Worms of all
any cmibo, Ao,
Nono are gotiuliio v .ess tho Hlgnaturt
J. I1aiooic, us ngeiil lor tlio Uiii'edStatoH,
hurrouiiilsoach box of 1'ills, huiI Ointment.
A IianilhOino reward will bo given tn any
ono rnudnrlng huoIi Inlormatloii as may lead
to the detection of any party or parlltH coun
terfeiting the inedlciiiea or vending tho
same, knowing them to bo purioiis,
' Sold at tho MatiufuoUtrv of Professor
Hoi.lowav it Co., Now York, und by all
rcspoctublo UriurgistH mid Dunlins In Modi
olno throughout tho civilized world, in box
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