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A BONO. OF EASTER.
Blnjf, children, ulngi
And tlio Illy censer hwIiiki
Blnit Midi llfo nnd Joy urn waking and tliat Death
no mora 1 1 kln
Bin llit happy, happy tumult of the slonly
SttiK. Iltlhi children, slnl
Hliiir. clilltlivii. aluiC
Winter n lid lias taken vrlnsr
Fill tint nlr with tha sweet tidings till llio fnwty
Along the, cnriw tha Icicle no longer glittering
And the crocus In tha garden lift It bright face
to the mm,
And In the, meadow softly tlis brook Iwgln lo
Ami tha gulden citkln awing
In thn warm nlrs of tlio spring)
Hlng. tittle children, ulngl
Hlug, children. lng'
Tbii lllle whlto you tiring
In tlio Joyou IVuter morning for Iiom are lilo
And as tlio earth Imr shroud of mow from off her
breait doth fling,
Bo may we cost our fetter off In Ood'a eternal
80 mar wo tlnd release at Ut from sorrow nud
Bo may wo And our childhood's calm, delicious
Swoot aro your eyes, Ollttlo ones, that look with
Without a shade of doubt or fear luto tlio Future's
Sing, sing In happy chorus, with Joyful voices
That death Is life, and (Jod li good, and all thlugs
shall bo well!
That Utter dayn shall cease
In wartnth and light and peace
That winter ylolds to spring
Sing, little children, slngt
-Cella Thsiter In HU Nicholas,
THEIR EASTER EVE.
IIAT a fnco It was
that looked up from
behind thn counter
at John Ilnrtlinlo-
tnow's on Union
brown eyes, soften.
od by long lashc
and falut shadings
of tho faconround
thom, a (wtrlcluu
abovo In harmonious otitlinos, and, to finish,
a perfect toii trad let Ion In tho strongest, most
resohito mouth that nature over set In tha
mold with features otherwise significant of
gontlo acquiescence. Thcro was a orploxed
expression on tho face of thohandsomo girl,
who, taking a bit of unongaged tlmo for
reading, had Just finished a paragraph on tho
duties of every day llfo as helps to Ideal ex
Istcncc, Bho did not comprehend Its philoso
phy. "Ahl" thought she, "It means that If
Bplnom ground glasses for spectacles and
Monteatmloti worlcod In dusty gardou beds to
find greater mastery ot thought, thoro Is no
reason why I may not develop right here
A smlla of doubt passed over tho fair couu-
tauanoo which had not thn illtrhtMt. trniu nf
a handMmo woman's consciousness. 8ho was
01 tbat uncommon typo which Is beauty at
Its best twnuty which does not know It is bo-
imr looked nL fine linlp. Iimvn nml full nf
yellow gllntlngn, was gathered high upon her
ntmu 111 n iciicii. or uiiriur Minn itiiru ntui n
uo turned tho soft declino from tho crown to
tho liock nf tlm nivL ivvnn1vl tUnt rtrti r
a wouuui's head which Is so rarely handsome.
Miiai can i snow your nsked laura
Everdalo of tho gontluman beforu her.
"Umbrolla. If you please," ho said; "a
'Sangstor,' If you havo it."
This was what ho said, but not at all tho
thhlir ho InnLml ni lluumlit fni wl.l. .!..
ready romaneo, Hhnkespoaro's Bcatrico, and
vu uugu ui uvr pienNintry in "Jtiucu AUO
auous nuimug," wmcu uo uati seen tlio night
before, flashed across his mind.
Mow thoro U not much po;try about nn
umbrella. Glvun its imKiieut parts, and
thcro socms to bo uo moro of It What inge
nuity could enhance tho lmportauco of the
article uuttl It would tako Its place In Mor
gan Starr's uoto book nmong
Ts for IM
Ts for Bs
Ts for 1
which hoadlngs comprisod tho kinds of work
ho engaged In as n struggling, pushing can
didate for journalistic power) Ts for Ps,
which meant Topics for Poems, would scarce
ly suggest "An Odo to a Silken Sphere." Ta
for Bs, which meaut Topics for Stories, would
probably bo barren of n novolotto baited on
either finding, borrowing or purloining nn
umbrella, nml surely Topics for ftirngraphs
'would bo forever bluuk If something original
had to bo said of an artlclo so commonplace.
BtUl, romances havo resulted from smaller
things, nud tho youn rcproseutatlvo of The
Dally Argosy had UU note book with him nt
Bartholomew's that morning.
It was a rainy ivojIc in tho luttorpartof
Soptombor, nud torpor nocmed to havo fullen
upon every Idnd of tradj except that of wet
wcothor au-ossorles. Inyra EvenLilo, how
over, had uovcr known a brisker week In the
many that tho had passed bohiud tho couuter
at Bartholomew's, and as she stood there on
this particular morning, tho brightest picture
of all the eye could rat on, who would have
bellvred that tho had over llvod In faxhlonV
whirl, or had voluntarily taken a "situation"
In tho place where Morgan Stnrr has found
her! Necessity for work camo by tho death
of her father and tho succeeding core of two
mothorlcss llttlo sisters. Thoj vro merest
lnfanu when tho oxlgonoy llri arose, and
under tho advice of friends who Hocked
around hnr At thn niitNt. kIh. hml .invMMalvaltt
opened a kindergarten school, filled nosltlon
as vuiuug governess ami written lovo stories
and poems all fitted excellently well, It
would bo supposed, to supply an Income to a
lady brought up In au aristocratic quarter of
Now York nml accustomed to what is so In
definitely cnlled "the bet society." Each and
L1UR. OI'CNKD ONE AmCR A.N0TUK8.
all of thpho employments proved deluslvo.
Tlio very sooloty of which tho had been part,
while it admitted her right to work, had no
hesitation in making a distinction between
Laura Everdalo rich and in thecurreutof
fashion nml Iiuru Everdalo earning a living.
Very llttlo of the "noble compassion and
Idnd intuitions of the ttruggle of tollers"
fluttered through the hearts of friends In her
old set Bocloty simply drow Its Intangiblo
line, mid iura moii dUvrued lu its waning
lovotiou tint the b?t of lu service had been
the lutorcu nf self lovo. To Jn tho great
army of practical worker no guvo ber
fru.tlo:ii 11:1 1 ivll.'f, 8ho realised that a
,ll"l"i'11"" Uiitsiim i iinu iiiri' wrsusmiiiBiiii w
CAPITAL CITY COURIER,
tranquil and mlUfnctory llfo mny Ira followed
almct anywhere whero thcro nrono fictitious
wnnU anil uo uxnggerated Ideas of linp)luos3
slid tuihnppliKM. rinnx for tho children Ikv
:amo plain nml kmIIiIo, for alio had proved,
experimentally, that, no far n utility U vo
Jerned, (KK'lry given way to bread.
A xwltlon nt Uartholomew's was gained
without dlfllculty It wasnn English houw,
filled with icrsounl article of the most
luxurloui nml cmtly kinds, and being con
ducted with great UJiorullty, tho Bartholo
mew Ktninp hnd bocom? tho seal of fnshlon.
Ilcnco It m n lilt of gcr.l fortuno nt tho out
tut, Lnurn thought, to im awarded tho um
Tlio equinoctial had been severe In tho fall
whereof this chronlolo Is mado, and umbrella
tale hnd been particularly active. On the
morning nlrondy mentioned tho young nt
tacho to Tho Dully Argosy had como liurry
ing Into Bartholomew's from n sudden out
burst of tho clouds, nnd whllo properly cour
toons, appeared n llttlo ovnr critical In Ids
cholco of an umbrella. Iiiura otciul ono
nf ter nnothor of tho hnndsomoshloldi, when,
nt last, becoming nervous, sho hastily clowi
a patent fastening, and Impaled ono of her
fingers tqion n wire. With all her tolf con
trol nml resolution tho pain overenmo her.
nud sho fnlutod, Confusion followed ; o very
ono In tho cxtiiblUhmont flocked nroimd hor,
whllo the proprietor and tho would bo pur
chaser oxtrlcatcd tho wire from tho lacerated
thumb. Wlion tho sufTorcr recovered sufil
clontly, n cnrrlago was called, and tho grny
haired jwrtcrof tho establishment escorted
Hoveral days pased by before sho returned
to ber duties, nnd meantlmo Morgan Starr
called dally nt Bartholomew's to inquire
after tho invalid. As If tho attention re
quired oxcuhc, ho novor fnllod, at tho pored
venture of criticism, to remark to Mr. Bar
tholomew that "such a wound In such a sen
sitive placo might bo asorlous matter." Ai
which at latt tho merchant smiled and sold
within himself that It appeared to bo n, seri
ous matter to Mr, Starr, just as It was.
In duo tlmo Laura returned to duty, and
tho philanthropic gratification ovlnced by
.morgan utnrr wueu no round nor tlioro ono
cheery morning was a credit to his kind.
Within n day or two ho called ngaln to offer
n particularly flno lotion, efficacious to n do
greo In other cases of thumbs Impaled on
wires, and after a dreary hiatus of n week,
during which ho drew heavily on his Topics
or i'ocm, uo snuntcrcu in witu n piaster ad
vised by n famous Prussian surgeon, and just
hero thcro camo an end to his .visits, for
Laura told tho young journalist that; ho could
not bo allowed to mako her conspicuous, and
ut tho chance of teeming ungrateful for his
kinduoMi, sho must, rcquctt him not to call
"Is It necessary," said tho gentleman, "that
wo now go back, and becomo utter strangers,
bocnuBoof conventionality, for which I'pro
sumo you care ns llttlo as I dot"
"It is uot conventionality that Is in ques
tion," answered Laura; "It Is propriety nnd
tho correct demnnds of telf for self, and not
society at all. With tho latter 1 have noth
ing to da My days aro passed here, my
nights with my family. I read nnd study, go
tiecaslonnlly to mvo n good play or hear flno
muilc, nnd over and abovo all I am intctiM-ly
Interested In" An Interruption hero
eurred, nnd then another, and finally no op
portunity rnmo up for a renewal of tho con
versation. Tho door soon closed on tho
young journnlist, whoso heart fairly beat tho
measure of a war dance ns he walked up
town, wondering "whether any other fellow
had as many disappointments as ho, and
whether there were over any girls ho turned
out just ns a follow oxpoctedl And this ns
tuch an annoying matter! There were k
many ways by which Laura Everdalo and all
her kith and kin could havo proved him lion
orablo and uot unworthy their acquaintance."
Kor dnys something like melancholy o
pronged blm. Again ho drow heavily on
"Topics for Poems," nnd occasionally on
"Tonics for Storless" but all his work duvel
Christmas days not long afterward ar
rived, and tho shops were beautiful to look lu
upon. Dally as ho twisted to nud fro nloug
Broadwuy, looking luto the gaylv decorated
windows, ho thought of tho beautiful girl
who hnd so strangely Insisted on hU banish
ment. "To forget n thing I find means almost ah
ways remembering lt,"ald Morgan Starr
ono morning, "anil jutt this nuco I'll saunter
Into Bartholomew's nud kcu If MUs Everdnle
Is thoro." Up nnd down the plaeo ho walked,
but no gllmpso of taunt rownrded him.
Then ho iinused nud looked at umbrellas.
"Bho might como In," ho tnld to himself.
And then bo thought poslbly ho might writo
something nbout historical umbrellas, Paul
Pry's, Salrey Gamp's, the ono Dick Swlvcller
wanted, but which tho Marchioness had, mi to
speak, put up, not over her bend in the ummI
wny, but orour 1 tho comer at tho pawn
broker's. Then ho leaned upon tho counter
and thought of Mcnclaus spreading his green
ish guard aloft as ho tore himself, in u drench
of tears, nwoy from beautiful Helen.
"What au Idiot 1 nml" mid ho.ns his elbow
crashed through n square of glass In the
show caso upon which ho had leaned, while
everything in hei in ubovo and earth bo
neath faded out iv hit roverlo concerning
The crash return Ira to tho vulgar pres
ent, and brought Mr Oartholomow to tho
sjwt. A bit of broken ylass had grazed Mor
gan's wrist, and whllo tho proprietor bound
It with n handkerchief, ho put on an air of
Indifference that was all the moro conspicu
ous bccuiuo it was to nrtlflclaL Ho could
not rctUt saying to Mr. Bartholomew that
this llttlo incident reminded him nf another
that occurred lu that very ptoro, and which,
but for this mUhnp, ho prob&bly would uot
havo remembered. Did Mr, Bartholomew
recollect tho aocldent bj which a young
girl's thumb was imnled npon nn umbrelln
or couttsK 1 do."
"Well, yes; I do remember It," said Mr.
llartholomow. "Mow that you speak of It, I
do recall It, 1 forget the young woman's
name, but I well remember her. She has
gono out of trade, as wo say left hero somo
time ago, greatly to my regret."
Morgan turned away abruptly. Ho had
nothing moro to toy to Mr. Bartholomew, for
while it was easy to expreus something ho did
not fool. It was quite another thing to feign
Indifference where ho was so greatly inter
ested. And now It wnsolmost impossible for
him to leavo the store without making fur
ther inquiries respecting taura. Many a
Ume as be had aiwod tho door, the feeling
tnatsne was wit-m ami tbat be was serving
tier bv not enturluz, uavu blm not only self
approval, but a manly sentlmout of loyalty.
If ho could not sco hor, ho could honor hor
nt n distance, and wait. But now, to find
her gone, utterly disarmed him, nud held blm
tip before himself ns ono contemplates an
other man Ho nlmost regretted having
agreed so willingly to taura's determination
to end tbeir Innocent acquaintance. Ho oven
wondered If sho was n coquotto, und hnd re
ceded, ex)ccthig him to follow
Slorgnn lofi tho store, but ns he passed out
ho met tho gray hnlred porter und rccogulzod
htm ns tho man who had attended Lnurn
homo ut tho tlmoof the accident. The porter
nlso remembered the young journnlist, and
pausing for n moment, Morgan's anxiety over
came his dignity, Sinking roforenco to Mist
Everdnle' injury nnd commending Thomas
for hU attention nt tho time, ho wild, in dis
simulation's loft hand manner, "Of course you
know nothing of Miss Everdalo now, Thomas I"
"Of course I dol" said the old Englishman.
"Sho Is singing In n lino old church on somo
nveuiio uptown, 1 think. Did you not know
that the often took irt with Camp and
"Camp nnd Hecny," exclaimed Morgan,
"and pray tell me who nro thoyT'
"Why, Mr, Starr," tald Thomas, "you must
knr.isl i once went to see. Miss Everdalo to
iuk .i i count iioi p tier, nivi stio gave me a
ticket to hear Camp and Hocny sing In tho
"Sing in tho How York Opera house, and I
Dover oven hear of them! You must bo mis
taken, Thomas I"
"Not I," maintained tho man "that Camp
and Hocny slugs murdorors' parts in the
choicest stylo, sir, and I have heard him I"
Suddenly tho mist vanished. Laura, with
an Itallnnlml cognomen, probably, was sing
ing In concerts with Cnmpanlni, and also in
somo Now York church, but where! Mor
gan's first Impulso was to employ Thomas to
find her, but knowing that with her flno
nrldo and dignity such a courso would offend
her, ho ot onco abandoned tho Idea. Days
passed before tho unconscious somothlng
which drovo him on in tho pursuit of happi
ness dovoloped any plan for finding tho ono
woman who held his llfo within her hnnds.
Evsry church on evory nvonuo now had tho
young journalist for an occasional attendant,
and ns Easter drow near and choir rehearsals
were lu order, all of his ovonlugs were dovot
od to dropping In whorevor thoro appeared
to Iw tho slightest hopo of finding Laura. At
last It svas within n doy of Easter, and Mor
gan Starr's courago had almost touched tho
point of negation. Business called him to the
western sldo of the cltv lato In tho afternoon
of Easter Evon, and as ho sauntered back
across tho town, ho turned Into n dingy, un
famlllnr neighborhood, and In tho peculiar
atmosphere of a foggy twilight heard a melo
dious church bell not far off.
"What anoxqulslto tonol" ho exclaimed.
"I woudcr If peoplo in tboso crumbling old
houses appreciate it there's no such melody
in any boll up towul" ,
A few moro steps brought him to tho front
of old St. Clement's. Furrowed by tho marks
of tlmo and browbeaten, ns It were, by on
elorated railway structure, the vonornblo
cdlflco seemed pushing Itself forward to tho
recognition of passers by. Somothlng of Its
persistent dignity and patlcnco in holding Its
way through so many changes crept Into
Morgan's heart. Llko tho pyramids, it held
an atmosphere of uncomprchcndcd strength,
and tho anxious lover folt its power.
"If It were worth whllo," said ho, "I would
go in, but surely sho would not bo hero. I
must wnlt and bldo my tlmo in faltb.
"For should I wait, some lime tho light or day
Will como and tit beside me at my door."
Ho raised his hat in reverent feeling, and
was about to turn away, when a soft preludo
from tho organ dotalnod him, nud In another
momont a clear soprano voice began Luther's
well known Easter hymn of 1534. Morgan
know it well. His heart bounded as lu ttralns
brought back tho associations of his boyhood,
and It required but a moment more for him
to enter tbo old church, walk part way down
tho alslo and look up at Laura Everdalo for
thcro In old St. Clement's "tho light of day"
hl como to him In tho twilight thades of
Easter Even. Trembling with emotion, ho
soafed himself beneath tho organ gnllery and
listened to tho volco of tho woman who bad
grown Into his heart and llfo tlirough allont,
patient waiting nnd nctod but unspoken lovo.
a HovuiEirr or sucn spontaneous devo
tion. A month appeared to pass whllo Morgan
Starr remained there in tbo darkness, but
finally ho heard the singers coming down, and
(.topped Into tho vestibule. As Laura de
scended tho uarrow ttolrway luto tho full
light, It was as If some one hnd presented him
to his queen. Ho made n movement of such
tontnucous dovotlon, to full of all tbat was
in blm to oxprovs, that tho at onco advanced
nnd placed her hand lu his. Ho transferred
It to his arm, and together thoy passed out
from old St. Clement's. What thoy said and
what they did belongs to the now llfo of
Enster day; but when tho young lover beard
his promised wtfo sing Terstoegon's glorious
old anthem on that bright morning, ho felt it
cutlrely posslblo for men to lw "whllo yet ou
earth, in heavon." Fannt M. Howell.
Osteral spirit of spring tlmo.
Awake from thy slumbers deep1
Artsol and with bonds that aro slowing
Put oft the whlto garoientn of vlevpl
Make thyself fair, O goddess'
In new and resplendent array,
For the foototeps of Illm who has risen
Shall Iw heard In tho dawn of day
IJo is hers Tbo long watches aro over,
Tlio stono from the grave rolled away.
"Wo shall sleep," was thu, sigh of tho midnight;
"We shall rite," b thn toax of today
OMuslol no longer lamenting,
Ou pinions of tremulous flame
00 soaring to meet tho Beloved
And swell the now aoug of hU fanio!
Frances U Mace.
Kneeling beside her 'mid a kneeling throng
In tbo dim twilight of tbo temple, where
Tha Easter buds, went laden, tilled tho air
With sweet aroma, and the solemn song,
Low chanted, floated through tho holy place,
1 watched tho curtain of ber melting eyes
Veil their soft radiance, and o'er that fair faco
Stole reverent stillness, as n Itb geutlo sighs
81ns from hemiuless lips were toon confessed.
(Ah, fairest saint, were all sins but as tblno!)
Then lifting ber whim forehead from Its pil
Turning her sod sweet vlssge, pure with thought
Sho murmured, bending toward mo as I sat,
"Chsriej, MnkSmlth yet wean ber winter hatl1
New Spring and
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