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.. . . JCopla do Manriqtic.
Each iking in '& place I best.
rrotn laimr tavre than conic rortti rest.
-ITo a Chili
Class is the world's luck and nrMc.
-Luck of ftlrnfesJl.
Heaven Is as near lir water a by lanl.
Sir Humphrey Gilbert.
Into each lifo nrrnic rain must tall,
oie clays inuit be diirJc n4 dreary.
n no iialny Day.
Joy nna tern prmnro ami rcro
fcbm tbo door on tht' doctor' noo.
Know now sublime a thlnjr it Is,
To nutter and bestrontr.
The Llprht of tbo Stars.
iAivrl thou flfnl a thou ouxnut.
Then lorott thou Itkcwlno thy br thrcn.
JtAHdrrn of the Lord's Supper.
Man Is unjust, but God is Just.
Kotldn? that Is can pauso or stay.
Our to-day and yctpnlays
Arc tho Mocks with which wo build.
I'ri'Io (rxjth forth on horseback grand and
Itut coincth back on foot nnd !? Its wnr.
ITho Ihdl or Atrl.
Quite n r-rlooklntr ynurcli and the ret In vx
nltiu your hrro.
Cfurtuhlp of MllfS Htandlsh.
Itclcntlcss swti-jw tho stroke of fate,
Tho utmncst falL
Coplas do Manriijuc.
Slorp, sleep, trwlay, tormenting carol
Of earth and folly born.
IU Irani of Sunshines.
Think of thy brother no ill.
Hut throw n voil ov-r hH fiilllncK.
ITho ChiMrcn of tho I.ord'8 Supper.
Urn no violence, nor do in hanto
What cannot bo un-lonc.
ITh" Fpnnlch student.
ixlons of chlldhorHl, tl. O sta !
Vo wero co swett nn I wild.
Volcos of tho Nlffht
w'hnt seem to us but sad f uuonml tapers.
May bo Heaven's distant linnin.
I lies Ij? nation.
-Ycellrth nil tho rent.
Ilo who fidlowvth love's lf host.
ITho Hiilldlnir of the Ship.
j outh Is lo ely, ago Is lonely.
Zcnl Is stronger than foir or lovu.
. ITnb-s of a Wa3-sldo Iniu
THE OIRL THAT PKOVIUKXCE SENT.
Itwng when wo were living at tho
Virginia Tlirco Forks, mid o-ood Iiclji
with its scarce as hens' teeth, tliat father
camo walking in ono day with a. small,
neat, gray-eyed woman, and a largo
bundle in tow.
Where did yon find her?" asked
mother, dropping the ladle with which
ho was luisting u wivorj' gooe, and pre
paring to re3ign that branch of thu
Jiotiuhold work Instanter.
l'rovidence hent her,1' answered
father, with a sigh of relief ho had been
girl-hunting for a month. She looks
htrong and tidy and has an honest ex
pression." ' Humph," said mother, horly,
' where's her certificate, or don't the
girls from celestial iutclliircnco offices
need any? Have- you a character?" the
askoil. turning to the girl.
I had one, tiia'am," t-ho answered,
respectfully, but the mice ate it; I'll
mou have another try me, ma'am, just
" What is your name," asked mother,
in a catuchismil voice, after tho girl had
laid aside her thawl and hood.
14 Kllinora." was tho answer, with a
"Well, we'll call you Xellio for
short, ami you can go fight lo work at
the vegetables for dinner," and mother
proceeded to show her what duties
a ere expected of her.
She proved to bo an excellent serv
nnt, though a littles queer and obstinate,
but she never went out; had no associ
ates and though wo know nothing
more about her than if she had dropped
from tho bkies the seemed faithful and
bhe had been with us about a month
when o.nc night wo heard loud talking
in her room; it was still early in tho
evening, and as ours was a country
home it was a habit wo had fallen into
of retiring soon afler supper, if not to
bed to our own rooms. Wo all heard
lhe loud talking at tho samo time, and
met in tho hall.
" It's in Nellie's room," said mother,
"and wc crept to tho door and listened,
nnd we heard as plain as if spoken in
our presence these words, in a man's
minim ye all in your beds yet as
Miro as yo have souls to be saved!"
This was followed by the pleading
tones of a woman not 'Nellie's voice,
"Oh! don't, don't, don't. Wo are
inn-cent! indeed, we are!"
The indescribable pathos of tho sob
bing voico terrified us so that wo went
nftcr father, who had remained skep
tically in his room; ho was angry and
thumped vigorously on Nellie's "door,
but it was some "time before it was
opened. Then wo discovered that every
article of furniture in tho room Was ar
ranged to form a pyramidal barricado
in front of the entrance. Nellio hcr
hcif, sleepy and rubbing her eyes, thrust
oui a head tied up m an "old white
"What is it?" she asked hastily,
with a frightened look: thieves mur
der!" Let us in," said father, applying his
shoulder to the door, which was only
opened a crack; but Nellio had no idea
of letting us in, and resisted with such
ferocity tliat mother undertook to
soothe her, and gained by strategy what
we count not ciiect by lorcc.
There was not a soul in the room and
the window was nailed down. There
was no possible hiding-place or means
of egress, and there tyas nothing for us
to do but to quietly retire, leaving Nel
lie to resume her "slumbers, which wo
had so rudely broken. Understand It
avo could not, and it was all tho more
mysterious when the next dav the whole
thing had to be repeated and explained
to tho girl, the declaring that she had
no memory of seeing us in her room or
knowledge of our being there. She
looked as serene and indifferent: as usu
al, and said she barricaded ber door
and nailed. Jiccaiiadow down through
fear of bunrlars!
o had no reasHo snsDCct that the
girl did not spaiJgtt truth; yet we
Avere so coosciMr mystery about
the whole aflabifflitrasde us nervous
and uncorajbrtable, and we began to no
tice strange ways about our new girl
things that had been of no account be
fore now told against her; yet, when all
"Iras summed up, we could only say that
she was romantic, and had perhaps been
educated above her station, and so gave
herself airs, and she really did accom
plish her work in a most satisfactorv
" Jast a little cracked." father would
est of her, "bat a goodgirlin the mam;
I'd like to know what you women folks
would do without her?"
" It does scorn asif Providence kad
sent ker," said Ketfaer, meekly; she likes
to make believe she is an echo of father
Several times Nellie, did treat us to
what 'father called a "circus perform
ance" rac?room, but as no harm came
of it we concluded that she was merely
eajoviwr herself ia ber own war. and
let aer alone. She was sack a quiet Ik-,
ue wiihmu, wiia son gray eyes laat
ooeaicd to implore Tour forbearance,
aad ker breakfast rolls of a Sunday mon
iar were the best we had ever fasted:
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ifced her work for her, bat an hour
later when mother went to barroom, it
wa empty! Nellie wa gone. She had
taken nothing of ours, her wages had
nevrrbuen drawn, and ehc had vati
ishwl as completely as jf ahu had txevur
existed, ao that it seemed u if I'rovj
dencp had, indeed, reealletl her in the
same mysterious way that sho came.
Was this the end? Yes; it was the
end of Nellie's service with us, but one
day, a couple of weeks after, the ?arac
carriage tliat hai stopjied at our gate,
with the samo two men tliat had been in
it before and one of them a physician
came crawling slowly back again,
mud-bespatterca and road-worn, and
between the two men, shackled, mant
clcd, tho clothes torn from her poor
bruised limbs', sat our Nellie, a raving
lunatic, suarling at all who approached
her. She did not know us, ami the doc
tor would not allow us to go near her.
"She is tho most danircrons lunatic
in the asylum at Alexandria," he .said,
"and the worst criminal. Why. that
woman burned five persons to death in
their beds, and strangled her own child!
I had no idea .she was here, or I would
have inquired for her tliat day. We
were on another trail altogether, and it
she had stayed quietly hero it is doubt
ful if wc had ever known of it until you
had all been murdered m your s'copt"
Hut lie could not pcr.uado us that
this wild-cycd creature, rending at her
ownJlesh, and filling tho air with her
shrieks and curses, was our gentle,
quiet Nellie, until we heard her nimu
late a man's voice in the very tones she
had used that night, when probably she
was struggling with her mania to mur
der and burn. We did our own work
for a long time after that, and took
good care to have a well-attcatcd cer
tificate of character from tho next girl
that l'rovidence sent us, as wo hail no
desire to entertain any escaped lunatics.
Mrs. M. L. Jluync, in Detroit Fret
Misfortune In Lore
"George, get your liearsc ready
Mrs. Schmidt's funeral. She buries
husband to-day and youe got to go to
the Lutheran,1' said a well-known West
Side undertaker to ono of his hearae
drivers n few days ago, while a Mercury
reporter was within bearing. The man
of tho hearse, at tho order given him,
opened his eyes to almost twico their
natural size, then focusing them on the
scribe, startling!) exclaimed, with an
air of amazement: "Good heavens!
would you believe it, bnt this is tho
fifth man that woman has married
whom I have had the pleasure of riding
to tho cemetery. Nov that seems un
usual doesn't it?" inquiringly asked
the driver of the reporter. "Hut she is
a good customer for us, and now she is a
widow again, eh?" mused tho man, and
then continuing said: "Well, she's got
mnni'V. Vivo lltnrrntlior en fnr nnd 7
gues just inside of about eleven years.
And what beats the deck is, she's not
old or bad-looking j'ct, and ain't poor,
cither. Why, the last husband she had
was a big, line-looking Swiss, and we
thought tliat when sho took him ho
would last her forever. Hut no; he
chucked in his cheeks as quick as tho
rest, and here sho is with us
again. Tell you about her and
her husbands," again said the
hearse driver in response to tho report
er's interruption. " Well, it is strange,
but as I, or we, have laid away all her
old men I will tell how it is with her.
You see, as far as I have learned from
herself and friends at tho buryings, sho
came hero .some time ago a greenhorn
and went to work out in a hoarding-
house down on Wooster tdrcet, where
you could got a regular dinner for
twenty-five cents and a glass of beer to
wash it down. While she was here tho
boss' wife got fearful siek and tho boss
grew awful despondent over her, on ho
saw sho must light out soon. One
Friday night his wife suddenly died,
and about .six months after tho funeral
the pretty greenhorn was taken from
the kitchen, and after being placed as
master of the bar, was introduced to
all the boarders and customers as tho
boss' now wife. Tho boss from tho
start looked as though ho wouldn't livo
long after his first wife, and sure
enough ho hadn't been married again a
year. when ho givo up the ghost
through pneumonia. By this time tho
woman had got stouter and liner look
ing, and I tell you when she used to
stand behind her bar with her amis all
bare, or leaned over tho boys at table to
help them to soup, she just appeared
immense. Well, ono of tho good-look
ing fellows on Mercer street
seemed to bo gouo oti her
nnd she on him, for ho was
always the first ono at table and tho
last one away. This was noticed, and
next ho was seer, behind tho bar onco
in a while, nnd tnen they gave a blow
out or wedding to settle the aflair. But
it seemed tho groom was delicate, and
in loss than seven months ho died from
galloping consumption, and I rode him
to tho Lutheran Cemeterv, where sho
had boughc a plot to bun Iier first hus
band in. Then tho widow went in
mourning for nearly a year, when a
voting jeweler who work'ed down in
Maiden Lane showed up. He came
from the samo placo in Germany as she
did, and talking of her old home and
folks seemed to mako hor like him the
mere. Then sho cot taking off her
mourning clothes until
and she gave out the news that sho was
going to soil out and go homo to Ger
man). Sure enough sho did, and mar
ried the jeweler at the same time. They
went to Gcrman3 together, but came
back in short timb with hardly a cent
lie went back tolas shop, anil she to a
set of rooms they hired. Then in a lit
tlo whilo they decided to open a saloon
again up town. She nm it liko the
first place, but he kept at work,, so that
with her energy and his earnings
they began to save money arain. But
tho poor jeweler caved in with Bright's
disease and was also buried. I recollect
just as well as yesterday at that time
sno saio. 10 me: - un, uear, x am so un
lucky in my husbands.' Her next hus
band was the bartender she had to hire
while her jeweler was sick. They got
along splendid, when one night wkue
he was chucking dice witha crowd, be
suddenly threw up his hands and fell
over on the floor. A doctor was called
in and lie said it was heart-disease. Tho
young man was moody and sickly after
that for a whilo, when one night he
went to bed late, saying ho did not sleep
well, must sleep alone. Next morning
he was found dead from Iseart-dieease.
This man was put in the same plot with
the others, and now this last one I am
goin; to take over makes the fifth. He
died from cancer ia the stomach, aa4
was only sick about eight months. She
has just one child, a boy, by her secoad
"You have great misfortune with
your husbands?" said the reporter, who
had proceeded to interview thcharm
inr widow. "Oh, yeC she replied,
with a heavy sigh. "Batlwillaotaave
anymore suck.trouble, because T shall
never marry ,agaiaV--r2f. 1 - Jsfercvry.
A rsMlnswsVe 4 Sweetwater S'al
ley. California, six feet kwjr astd twelve
inches, in girth, with tweaty-two rattle.
WMfUMf jfcOibr iws)rmuf hfta 1
m& Am Imc
SaaelroiMt. aad me 4er a
bir tssM t k4m: " Waat a bsaui of -
rar, oU fellow?" The t&pkaft fee aexl
aVd, aad felt nMlrrateful, for etybaaU
are very fbad of latHp-fiagar, mck is
what they live oa bvthcir naUre forests.
Itut the toy put a cigar instead of a
luiun of sugar is his mouth.
The sagacious animal, i&etead of eat
ing up the cigar or trying to smoke it.
and making himself dreadfully sick,
took it and carried it acnM the circus
to a man who kept a candy and cigar
stand, aad made sign that he'd sell the
cigar for twelve lumps cf sugar. The
man gave the elephant the sugar and
took the cigar, and then the intelligent
animal sat down on hi hind leg and
laughed at the boy who had tried to
play a joke on him, until tho boy felt
that much ashamed that he went rhrht
home and went to bed.
In the days when there wore fairies
only I don't believe there ever were
any fairies, and Mr. Travers fays they
were rubbish boys were frequently
changed into animal. There was once
In boy who did something that made a
wicked fairy- angry, and ahe changed
him into a cat, and thought she had
punished him dreadfully. Hut the boy
after ho was a eat used to come anil get
on her back fence and yowl its if he was
ten or twelve caU all"ui"ht lonir, and
she couldn't jret a wink of bleep, and
fell into a fever, and had to take lots of
eahtor-oil and dreadful medicines.
So she pent for the boy who was a cat.
you understand, and aid the'd change
him back again. Hut he said: "Oh
no; I'd much rather be a cat, for I'm so
fond of singing on the back fence."
And the end of it was that sho had to
give him a tremendous pile of money
before he'd consent to be changed back
into a loy again.
Hoys can play being animals, and it's
great fun, only the other boys who don't
play they are animals get punished for
it, and l".-ay it's unjust, especially as I
never meant any harm at all and was
doing my very best to amuse the chil
dren. This is tho way it happened. Aunt
Sarah came to see us Uie other day, and
brought her three boys with llcr. I
don't think you ever heard of Aunt
Sarah, and I wish I never had. She's
one of father's "sisters, and he thinks a
great ileal more of her than I would if
she was my sister, and I don't think it's
much credit to atrybody to be a sister
an)'wayr Tho boys are twin, that is.
two of them are. and they are all about
three or four yeans old.
Well, ono day just before Christmas,
when it was almost as warm out-doors
as it is in summer. Aunt Sarah said:
Jimmy, I want you to taku the dear
children out and "amusu them a few
hour.-'. I know 3011' re so fond of 3'our
dear little cousins and what a fine manly
ooyyou are: so 1 loolc them out,
thou"gh I didn't want to wato im time
with little children, for we are responsi
ble for wasting time, and ought to use
even minute to improve ourselves.
Tho 1kvs wanted to see tho piirs that
belong to Mr. Taylor, who lives next
door, so I took them through a hole in
tho fence, and thc looked at tho pigs,
nnd one of them .said:
" Oh nry how sweet they are and how
I would like to bo a littlo pig and never
be waictl and have lots of swill!"
So'I said: "WJi)' don't you play 3ou
arc pigs, and crawl round and grunt?
It's just as casv, and I'll look at you."
You see, 1 thought I ought to amuse
them, and that this would be a nice wa)
to teach them to amuse themselves.
Woll, the) got down on all fours and
ran round and grunted, until they be
gan to get tired of it, and then wanted
to know what else pigs could do, so I
told them that pigs generally rolled in
the mud. and the more mud a pig could
get on himself the happier he would be,
nnd that there was a mud-iuiddle in our
nacK 3'anl that would mako a pig cry
liko a child with delight
The boys went straight to that mud
puddle, and they rolled in tho mud un
til there wasn't an inch of them tliat
wasn't covered with mud so thick that
you would have to get a crowbar to prv
Just then Aunt Sarah came to the
door and called them, and when she saw
them sho said: "Good gracious what
on earth havo )'0u been doing?" ami
Tommy, that's the oldest 003-. said:
"We've been phvying wo were pigs.
ma- and it s real lun, and wasn't Jimm3
good to show us how?"
I think the v had to boil tho bo3s in
hot water before the) could get the mud
off, and their clothes have all got to bo
sent to the poor people out W est whose
things were all lost m the great floods.
If you1 II believo it, I never got the least
bit of thanks for showing tho bos how
to amuse themselves, but Aunt" Sarah
said that I'd get something when father
came home, and sho wasn't mistaken.
I'd rather not mention what it was that
I got. but I got it mostly on the legs,
and 1 think bamboo canes ought not to
be sold to fathers nn3 more than poi
son. I was going to tell why I shonld liko
to bo an animal; but as it is getting Lite,
I must elosc. "Jimmy Uroion," in
Harjcr's Young People,
The Ceming Great Ceatct.
If the comet that was discovered by a
young astronomer a week ago fulfills
half the promises made for it, wo may
expect to behold in May or June, a
celestial spectacle such as "has not been
equaled since 1858 or 1811. This
comet, although some 200.000,000 miles
from its perihelion, -which it will not
reach for three months, shows a bright
tail and a star-like nucleus. The infer
ence is fair tliat the' comet is a very
largo one, and -that whea it gets into
our neighborhood it will present a mag
nificent appearance. Moreover, Prof.
Chandler's figures show that the comet
is plunging almost straight at the sun,
which it will probablv approach within
one hundred tbonsaad miles. The only
other comets, in the long list of those
bodies whose orbits have been calcu
lated, which approached' anvthing like
as near to the - sua as this ar,e
the comet of S70 B. C, the comet
of 1668. the comet of 1680,, often
called Newton's' comet, .the comet
of 1848, and the comet of 1880. TJiej
ass nameu was ooserveu oniv in coutn
America and Australia and at the Cape
?of Good Hope. Concerning the comet
tofSjOP. C, of whhh fretful things
ara related, and which is said to have
split ia two,, lot much is known, but the
measurements made in the other cases
are generally to be depended upon. Ia
fact, it was the nearness of the approach
of the comet of 1680 which led Newton
to anticipate possible peril to the earth
from the fall of a great comet into the
stm- Thisis not the popular view of the
dangers from comets, the fear usuallv
bciag that they mar strike the earth er
produce pestilence y miafliag the sub
stance of their tails wkvaar atmosphere.
Oflate, the ether view kaa keen made
more ceoficuous especially since Mr.
Proetor's recent article oa .what he calls
the menacing comet of I860, which he
anticipates may return ha 1897.
The appearance of this new comet on
the heels of the discsiskmawakeacd by
Mr. Proctor's suggeetkm gives the sub
ject renewed interest, eaaeciallr m
view of the aaaestacemeut that the com
iacosnct isgousg so cleee to the sua.
Unless the calculators have made a Tery
grsat hiuader it -ir&' uethraufh the
noticed that there is a dkcreuaacy be-
tTretm th nHairtn af the aersbelil
Wwefer. tkat Ike ,
de-ie oe. Tbe
eartki taar im
ksome "taste a a
aaMTiK lraaa a
cosset b all the
t of scieace
are exaetlr ia accord mm H. Mr.
Procter is the eelr sstraaoaser s
thinks that If ever the world to be de
stroyed with aeat it will be whea a great
comet plunges iato the sua. Even those
who think Mr. Proctor Is rabukca hi
hi cobcIusSous admit that, gireaa coe
ct big enough anil masajrc enough, ua
donbtedh hi fall upon the sun would
prove disastrous to the carta. But they
tuiY it -would require a body baring a
miss something like that of Jnpitcr to
produce such euecL. and cotnpanl witb
Jupiter the raot mawive comet ever
seen an mere pigmies, rxstide, there
seem good reason to believe that a
comet would, on approaching close
enough to the sun. be pulled to piec-es
and o drop piecemeal into the gnat
orb. thu fall being prolonged peruana
through manv revolutions, so that the
aeci-jwton of neat caued b) the con
version of the comet's motion would be
distributed over a considerable period
of time. Besides, as Prof. Young has
pointed out. if a comet fell into thu sun
the increase of heat would be mainly
used up in producing expansion of the
sun s orb, .and would afterward
be radiated out again through a
long space of )cars. Another very in
teresting objection has been raised to
Mr. Proctor s thcorv. namelv. that as
three-quarters of tho surface which the
earth presents to the sun is covered
deep with water, such an increase of
the sun's heat as the fall of a comet
might produce would cause a great in
crease of evaporation, which would use
up the extra heat, and so protect the
earth from harm. According to this view
we are reasonably safe so long as tho
oceans last and the sun does not tret too
Of course the reply may lo made to
these objections "that, although no
known comet is great enough to cause
us harm by its downfall upon the earth,
3-et we do not know but that comets
exist thousands of times more massive
than any that human eyes have ever
seen, and that such a comet may at
some time pay us a visit. In fact, we
have had a rather distant view of one
comet tliat really teemed to belong to
an order of magnitude different from
that of ordinary comets a sort of
celc-tial whale anion; fishes. This was
the famous comet of 1811, which had a
head almost as big as the sun itself.
Hut it kept far awa3 its perihelion
distauce being some ninety million
miles. If such a comet as that
should rush upon the sun, Mr. Proctor
thinks, it would soon show us what
it could do. Hut his opponents say that
even the downfall of the comet of 1811,
although it might make the weather un
comfortably hot for us, would not "dis
solve the elements with fervent heat"
Thoe who may have a lingering suspi
cion of danger can take comfort in the
fact that when this huge comet disap
peared it was traveling on a track that
must have carried it uncounted billions
of miles away from the solar system, so
that it is not likely to return in thou
sands of years, if ever. That the as
tronomers themselves are not much
alarmed is shown by the fact that they
are all very anxious to witness tho prom
ised spectacle of the downfall of a comet
in 1897 or thereabouts.
Whether tho coming comet's close
approach to tho stm will throw any
light on this interesting question of
course cannot be foretold, but all tho
present indications are that it will pay
its respects to the ruler of tho solar svs
teni with royal splendor," presenting
perhaps such a scene :is was witnessed
when the great comet of 1204, which
failed to return as expected, in 18G0,
spanned tho heavens with its tail. In
the meantime there i3 no occasion for
anybody to be alarmed, but good reason
for everybody to rejoice that we are
likely to witness one of the grandest
phenomena of the skies. Ncto York
ATCRtion to Manual Laher.
Tlic practice of educating boys for
the professions, which are already over
stocked, or for the mercantile business,
in which statistics show that ninety-fivo
in a hundred fail of .success, is fearfully
on the increase in this country. Ameri
cans are annually becoming more and
more averse to manual labor, and to
get a living by one's wits, even at the
cost of independence and self-respect,
and a fearful wear and tear of con
science, is the ambition of a large pro
portion, of our 3'oung men. The result
is that the mechanical professions are
becoming a monopoly of foreigners,
and the ownership of the finest farms,
even in Xcw England, is passing from
Americans to Irishmen and Germans.
Fifty years ago, a father was npt
ashamed to put his children to the plow
or to a mechanical trade, but now thov
are "too feeble" for bodilv labor. It
seems never to occur to their foolish
parents that moderate manual labor,
in the pure and bracing air of the coun
try is Just what these lads need, and
that to send them to the crowded and
unhealthy city iito send them to their
graves. "Let them follow the plow,
swing tho sledge, or shove tho forev
plane, and their nerves will be invigor
ated with their muscles, and when tlie3
shall have cast off their jackets, in
stead of being thin, pale, vapid cox
combs, they shall have spread ont to
me sizo and configuration 01 men. A
Inwv-cr's office, a counting room, or a
grocen, is about tho last placo to which
a sickly )-outh should be sent House
hold. "The'lfrsssr Far.
A very excited colored brother hunted
up an officer patroilin: High street yes
tcrday and said that be hadluiur borne
the abuse of a man of bis color who was
then in a house oa tho next block, aad
"1 doan' want to broke delaw, but
de timo has arrove when I mas' crush
dat pussonjlo de,d"U"
1 A'lfT calch vou fihtinc I shall have
fto take 3-oii-dewii."replieI'the officer.
"1 can't help it. sah can't help it,
nohow. If dat pusson makes his disap
pearance on de- street while rsaaroun
de"Ior am gwino to -fly. if I die fur it!
He's slandered me an' lied about me.
an' Ire gwine to k-rueh him same as
you would a tiger."
The' officer passed on to tie end of his
beat and returned to find the crusher
with his back to the fence and a woutaa
lending hjm a wet rag to bind, his head
"Let's see? You arc thesaaa who
was going to crush some oseF afcserred
... v sr w
t'isMcui are." r
Did ke come out?" 3
lixa umj ntr nv?"
"Deed. sah. it did, but do troue
was dat it was dc wromr fur! De
rMinr1ro1 iwfnmA n 1 1 1 1 fc ii t
WelL Iae swineto fikealesl i
lick kis bruddec-in-Iaw! Four oa
mo' water, missus, far dis ole hstadrha
gias to swipi a&M.yDttr&t Free frea?.
- - . 4"THW
keir of tkexTuke of Wei
ia very delieate
married to a sister" oT
Wiltiasas. Tbelwlsac.erkia fr
Kfe. ewsag to. an acnlssstwhWa atulsL
She cusaot stand IlIiM ssslp, atss) has
to be ajovod from MsMS to team M
ckffwti:weU '5 v
ami saniissf Uwssa. Mi style cUm.im
Hte siarawisa at iatr erisftioa. a4 m
the ifcral that ebrmr Ktwrea tacat,
are a istdiHaaally to rant. Soeae pky
with khorett fmsupiajr. then threw a
vutjjtaott rtxvxm. soeae wear lWa
eelrt ouHa a slagk ewort, ethers sua
side oalr to rcconweare again trpeat
edlr. Thu aa eruption say citcarf
from two to twratr jeWtsJcs the av
proximate time occupied by the Grand;
orevca to one hour ami tweaty laiaate
a period that thcGiaal has beea timed
The celers tkat tiage the rdgr of
some crater, and stala the coerxe of
the streams that tk-y tead forth, are
ladrscnBatHJ Pcamuai. tae saowy
whiteness o the pandia Is relieved
by dainty buff. padV plat, aad softeC
tern, deep yellows tUot with bruwa.
oranro :rea:cx ita tcrmiihoa or
trayng into crimva, choodate m.rg-
Ing-inu, black, a iaUrimcd wifh
lemon br colors, in fact, nm not, aad
all g!iteniug wet bweath the clearvt
crystal water, that ic the center of the
criwr decjH.n- Into tjehtarcnltcst blue.
From such brilliancy it U a relief to
turn toward thu sulen hills of purple
Kxtinct domes snd craters, over
grown with tlotxihing trees, or
mounds still hare, wd even steaming,
with otherwise only their immense Ut
to Indicate the titghtv towcr that
formed them, are foind bore and there,
among thus well Inowu to be Mill ae
:he. Many crater are surrounded by
he skeleton trunk! of trevs that thoy
ha, o Mllcd. and vhich. under the sc
joti of their mineral waters, are raphl
'v becoming pet ri fed; while In the con
flict Itetwevti desolation and verdure,
which, owing to the frequent variation
:f the centers of action, is constantly
11 piTO-Tre. the lowlv bunch-grass
steals ground wherever It dare draw a
Of no the gejers whose eruptions e
witneved, thu'Orand wj. I think, the
most isteroting. It plavcd each even
iig nu a regular hour. "Wo were thus
nabloJ to get comfortablv into front
seats, focus our glasses, and discuss the
programme, as it were, before the jH?r
foriiiaace commenced. This it did ;n
atimpuy, aiinottgn tne nctivin uis
pla ed " by a small vent hole", and
the furious bub'jltn; in another oritice
coiimt-led with it. might be at
ceptel a premonitory .symptom. Sud
denly, with a single prefatory spurt,
the Grand shot a vast stream of
water over two hundred feet ii.to the
air. Fur a few minutes this pressure
was; maintained with unabated vigor,
then it suddenly cra-M-d, and tho waters
shrank back out of sight in the cav
ernous hollow of the craW-r. Mean
while thu vent nnd cauldron wen still
furiously laboring, nnd subterranean
thunder shook the ground on which wo
stood. After a mmuto's cessation, the
gey.-er again bur-t forth without warn
ing, ami with even creator violence.
This continued until nine micccnsUc
piil-ntioiis hail occurred. Tho latter ef
forts, however, perceptibly diminished
It is impossible to conjure up in words
any idea of the majestic fury of the
scene. The maddened ru-h of scalding
water bursting for a moment's freedom
from iLs mysterious captivity, the gigan
tic columns of detiMi vapor thu cloud
and clouds of laci'-like falling spray or
diamond showers, the lauee-tipjH'd wa
ter-jets, peunom'd with puffs of steam,
tho subterraneous reports, thewondroiM
ellects of the evening sun on the silver
sheaf of water-spears that with light
ning rapidity flashed forth and van
ished, broke and reformed, nnd the rain
bow that shotio through tho drifting
masses of gan) mist, bailie entirely my
powers ot description. I could 'only
gaze and marvel. Sinctccnth Century.
Though tho schoolmaster holds his
receptions in almost every nook and
corner of the land, there is a great deal
of incorrect talking, even among edu
cated people. Hishop Clark gives, in
the Xew lork fsdgrr, a few specimens
of these popular errors of seeoh, in tho
form of a dialogue lietwcen a careless
talker and his critical friend:
Good afternoon. John. How
have vou been setting here?"
I havo been sitting here for about an
hour, watching to see these men set the
stones in im Wall."
' It Ir.ud'of seems to me that tho work
Is dono rather iVv."
"Perhaps it is not done quite as welly
as it might be."
"I h'nd of think that word tcclly
"It Ls as good a word as illy. Hut
why do you say: It kind of seems.'
and 'I kind of think,' when you might
just as well say: 'It seems' and I
" I've got sort of used to talking in
"It is a very poor sort of way."
" I nnxr hail nobodv to cri me anv
better." " . "
"You mean that 3'ou hao had no
body to teach you.""
""I am getting tired, and I think I
will lay (town on the grass for a -vc."
" You can lie down, but it would le
well for 3 on to la) 3-our cloak on the
ground for yvu to lie on."
"lie 3-011 going to stop here for
"I stopped hero when I arrived. Imt
shall not stay long. Arc 3ou going
"Why not say, Iam?' 'Be yo'
and 6c' are very raw and disagreeable
"All right. O K; but tho master al
ways says to his scholars: Hc3-on ready
to write?' Him and me met n't the dea
con's last night"
"What did Aim and you do after vou
" We looked at them things he has
just brought from Xew York:'-"
"Wero Lhcm tilings worth looking
ToferaUc By the wav. the deaccn
must have yuic a fortune'
"What sort of a fortune? Quite Iargt
or quite small T'
"Quite large, of course."
" Why did 3 ou not My so?'
ttrSly next neighbor has fust put up a
fence on cttftrrsideof his front yard.
" I suppose you intend to say that he
has put up a fence on both sides,"
"Between yon and I
"F!eac change that to Between you
and me."" You would notsavi There-is I
no great different! of opinion between
you and ic"
"I usually say: Ilhn and mc agree
"Thea you 'speak very bad English,
and you probably say 'It is im- in
stead of -It is I-"
Of course I do, and so doss masi of
the people that 1 know. My boy is jast
gotag to school, aad as beis a new be
ginner I suppose he will appear to be
"Didyou ever hear of any begianrr
who was not new?1
1 wish to simply state"
"That is, you wish to state '
"That our mutusi friend"
" flease sa v our common f riead. Ton
would not cafl him a redproent friend."
Way-dyoairterrupt boss oftenr
"Because vou ssake soasaay hltm
ier" Ob the front of Mr. liHcas
MGrssaercr Park; JTcw Twkl
thsre are Sve carved heads ia hold -re-lieL
The two upfsc ones are icribd
- Shukwe!- al "Hiikm. TIkkr.
ia the center, as "FraakKss," aha WWw j tk
taat are tkw twu bsswts of "Ge?fiKf- aat i
raMMUL A9m ItTESAI
"trmrTe V RflVTOT IMbW WiffwwJ
smeiemi ami n 1 T m 1 4-9 lis 1.1 !
for LsmrUaw aet at
a sea 1 wca ? wess ttav fi
Hr. S4ani Frrrmaa. tht
hiri. hM ! ea ktsrlJv mlT4 J
IheUaio! State, that ke sr h U
fvr befterc aaj-ihtag Si ef tk Ameri.
cum la the fatarn
b. Uamal dU at have fc eert
Btfrahanh lx- The Srst tins he asei
her snts last .tpit. Uet44 aver tkat
he had a ftattioa for the stag, aad ashed
to be allowed to joia h?r trwijs. 54w
wa so pleased at ids reiul tkat
admitted k" to br cw-a!BT. uadcf
thcaameof "IaU."-.V. ). W
Winiam K. Caaadlcr. of New Hamp
shire, appointed to be Srrrtrr of the
Nary, is a satire of Coeevrd" Is that
Slat, aad is forty-rrra jrars of .
He was Jwdpo Advocate Grrl of th
T ?,? J"!
bvcrcUnr of tht Treasury, Siace that
limo he has rartic4 law ia hb on
State Ckicapa JvnrrutL
-GoTcrtwr LHtlefield. of IthotU
Itlan J. 1 a ntaa of the pcopl. hattjC
In hi cariv day srorked ia a cMtu
factory at "N'aUtfk, oa of the vfllayos
which hate grown up aruuad theSrau
mills. Wh5 I.tUlrlfeld wa toiling af
th spindle. William Spraue m ov j
eroor, Hr a turn of Fortune" beS J
prague became a bankrupt sad LltU
field a lo ernor. imiuinajoiu Journal
- W. Clark Uusjcli. author of tho do.
lightful sea mel. "The Wreck of lh
1 . t . 1 .!
irusreuor. ". sailor rw-pcin,an.
and "An Ocean Free lnos." i barely
thirty Hlghl years old. He was bom m
New York C itr whea hi father, tho
well-known iu"r aad
in this countrv.
VtKinir lluscll w nt to
sea when thirteen year old, left tt whfa
twent3'-two, and mamM in Ujc neat
) ear. and began to w rite lb e 3 ears later.
Jeso James' mother was of tle
Lady Macbeth tyw of woman She Is a
large, handsome woman U feet high,
with a massive frame, and had no other
ambition than to nurture in her son a
reckless, brave, munlerous. lawless dl. -
position. Iliev UctestcU wliiKU, aiu.
what littlo good intluelice tliat was as
ertod oer tliem by their father, who wt
a clergyman, was .soon eudeil. Nt los
ing able to endure her treatment of hi 4.
he abandoned her. Cvurn-r-Jourtta!
The jHiblication of the author! d
edition ox tho works of the late Vi si
dent Uarfield ha been cittrute to
Mesr. James H. OsihxI A Co., id !
ton. It will be carefully iirepired snd I
ted bv Tresidctit H. A. Htnsib ot
Hiram C ollege, Uhlo, tho life-long 'Hf nd
of General ttnrlield. who -, tlu igh
ly familiar with the late 1'resSden' lial
its ami methml of thought. It v U con
tain now p4)rtrnits of President t srtield
Tho work U expecUul to Imi r sdy for
publication iu No ember next Oico
How may burglars bo lrjt out ot
any house? "By leaving th valuabU
out it night on tho frout dour stops.
.V. Y. Graphic.
The ioet who asserts that lifts N but
a dream was never ral!d In to help
move the cook-stove or g-t a barrel of
cider down cellar. Iktirit Free Press.
A local tragedian In Minneapolis by
the name of Hand is soghen to gnash
ing his teeth when lie rants that they
call him a gnash-Barol llaltitnorc Ev
A machine for grooming hopes has
been invented. If it eter is tried on a
miile wo shall luiva some of the work
ing jnrta of the iiiacli.ae on exhibition.
.c Haven Uegister.
"Don't you believe in a future lifo
in which wo 'shall renew the ties that
bind us together here?" " I do." said
tho hen-pecked husband sadly. " but 1
don't want lo.Jlrvoilyn Kaglt.
Klephants. It L believed, can Imj
taught to play blllianls. If 50. it w ill Imj
a creat relief to young men who are
now obliged to gin? up mi much of their
valuable time to this work- A. 0.
A small !xn in this city who was
playing truant "iho other day. when
asked if he wouldn't cct a whipping
when he got honr. replied: " What is
five minutes' lick Jig to five hours of fun.
There are a dozen known lnta cei
where people havo lecn tired of rheu
matism by lightning striking the hmic
If lightning wis a-mind to attend to
business it codd le of great value to
man. DetroU Free Prt-si.
The incoigniities of nature are
well illustrate! when a man. whe lifo
from tho cradi: has been ono stujH'ii
dous error, joints out a small tnItako
in a newspaper and aks the editor why
ho can t kefp thing straight in his
paper. WMJtalL Times.
" Ixiok jar. Clem, don yo' be growl
in' 'bout docacencs on dent yar troti
sersl Dcy'i got as much w'nr in m
vit as dent shanks o yo'n. cben efyo'
fader did tramp 'roun' in 'em nio'n
forty year. He didn't hab no sich a'rs!
He'd be prsnein' 'roun' in 'cm yit, nnd
be proud 'luffob de chance, rf lar wbz
sny 'casicn for gcarmints whar he's
gone." Some Sentinel.
When a man slips up on a piece ol
orange prcl. It is bct to wait until he
has quit rubbing himw If before tender
ing him ftny advice how to avoid the
disaster icxt time. Besides, it is highly
probable he would disdain to reteite
any sympathy or adrice. and reply at
did an Inebriated individual who fell
down a flight of Uirs tho other night,
and a pasvr-by fearing that he was
seriously injured, ran to pick him up;
but the'raan majestically staggered to
his feet and in replv to the proffered
aid. roared out: "S'ow, you J let
'lone. Want no foohn' round mc. I
alios come down stairs that way."
He Was AfraM sfHlss.
"Well, what ss it.5" akcd Jstlr
KObreth at the JetTerson Market Court
last Wedacsdav. as a tall. miHcular
German stood before the bar with Court
"3fy name, answered the Oermaa.
Is hritx Hoffman, and I keep a
. - m - a
grocery at o. 4-tu vie?-, imnictn
street. The prisoner here chalkarcd
to tight aim aad threatened to hck
me. I an in danger ol my lite, and I
want the protectioa of the Court"
"3uVl sea bo rrrisoner." said the
Judge. "Who is k that ocd this
tkreatesuBg aad abusive laagaae to
"Him thaCboy." replied Hoffiaaa,
poiatiac to the floor.
The Jastiea was pnzxlrd- He couhl
see no boy, but heard the kajf-sn
pressed laasrhter tkat weat rouad the
court-room, aad looked aaxSously at the
osslcer. who eW:
"He's here, year Heuor. but he's so
susall HI hare to lift haa up for ytsi to
v -? .--. 1 . -r
ieaniBg over s no wsa iasiiea
ame to see a
old, with his
eryiac hard. Afteraloag tareat the
cosapkiasat the Court aked ths des-
to asswer te the
MrJHHM ia Patrick HaralL' ke
btaed. "aedlteWh.m thstsf d
net let me aleae rd lick him-"
Hia mother charred Hoftaaa sxith
autsi!SMiar herself assd chSdrr,, vl
as IUidc kssd sywit Tb4s r rtjs
the statiast hsswe he was disaharxssd. to
raaisBfsts HeTsaaa. whs
isa housid ever ta ku
Tmr UI sa tit 1
I taM T4 Vra, m-;.
t t-Twt r . vt
T s r- Vm& Ut.
lkr - ! wftSSt"
Uf SvmtN s , r t"l
p &rr' t A-xw'l r-i t wsa,
t tt ! ty
T4 tw br ! sat !--1'ss
rM e "" p9 W&y "
W0DKatS OF THE HCKP.
" As Ihrrc are tars la ike t
t&cn? stars in the wu.' sjtKi oW Ja
Heary, : thaa a hutHbrv! 1 sar av
The SRlxhtv Mrat" thai fif' na ikst
h!kfW of the Faiar hand" are. fo
dccs.1, tUlol ith r.ilerfal trvaurts in l
ctery variety of k il ie. aa4
there tt au fairy la. raorr ittrkKtmqt
than the of -ai& tat 4 the niwi '
trra.urv. rrra u ihv jkiJ aMSsst, 1
Mhicn 4srm to u v ttdsl
If hp win-Ji t ladtta tVy.n awo
v find mvrtad J Wasx-knkr tajWAri.
--t - -
i T"ij "tk "" nsiijr
I.ala. l. t . S . .-. - a . I a Mi.
ganlm Isna-va 4k crar hr ot
j rJHnng waq .r rmi itturtnl wjjw-
laut fiiua ire dcat rumat. as aa w.
tK 1 of ar mal ami . uf usuiiik i
haJuof id xrevu. niU-nUu i
bre-n aatl yellow, tfu? rlHr( pu4 up
to naJe red. dx"t t WW txt(d
wthmot d!U"ate re. eUrH aK -m
nai up the thotisand straaj; fm
tail tin of thrt xra-urehln aad iar-
rhe of all kinds. The) suuiettttKM
wrm so tlilckly as to change tk
n Jtolo Color of tho sea. thei tKJih (
colore! wa'or eatending as far a t
f? - arcKmv
1 luniiii 1:1 iirii.mi iiiil. iu M . .... n...n .
....... ... -.,...... ....- -, .- - ,... -- .
ts)lnrx !Vrhap3ou did not know iUi
the lJrd Sea. a well the Yellow, fcv
their name from th ) ebnii-r.
glen to a delicate kind of enwerd, ad
w hlch. at certain oasiis id tho 3ar, It
washed upon thir ahotva, but It ii refd-
And now for a short desoriptlou of
some of tbej "stars" of thw a. Ihs.
ginning with jxrhaps Ue mot l-owit-
Jul, thu K'a-aiieuuities. nhteh lok at
lirt like luniv uf jollv. and than in
their brilliant cren and red. and 3 el-
j low, oNn out Into the most ;jrgtjm
110 ors, HKe gigantic eavtus usuwitti.
Tliey expand Uieir U'iitacls or balers,
uftitn to the numler of mti hmltv!,
utmn the broken rKk. or riot U)tUNi
of the ocean, and If you !nuld touch
tluuti you would find that the are pro
vide!, too, with weajmn of Opuu in
the sli.tjK- uf threvl-tiVn lasv. hkh
are shot out front innumerable si t.
scattertsil over iho lubo within tWir
UhIica. Ihu. man'olond'. ttol arms
Until for attack.
Did )iu know tliat
a oren -
tun-s were groth lutriimontil In tusk
!nr the iMtuittful cvrul so inuh iirliml
fur ortiametits JU.th In the !'actri an!
Indian Oceans, eoral Island. witlnHit.
number, havo Ix'en croat4Hl. as well as
Kurs in great hrtp. 'Iliere l ,nsdy
a nook or corner, where some of theo
tree-like fonn ate not found, asHrttvled
with the beau ti Jul soa-nnou.ones atnl
liiiig coral, branch after tminrb. addel
to them, by the constant laior of Th"
ic. .Mitotic thwsti "lHwer
or "coral shrubs." piny tW
Am t assw sn "O1
" humming blrtl" of thnttcrattl lilli and loie the-r lern gor( itwwfc.,
fish, sparkling In golden grrui ur , tr mweh tanwly na 7ll fnssM U
brightest silvery hiterf while !tk j nbblr Up.
"spirit of tho deep" lloat the white nr j Hundftis of )ry who had n rtUt
blue belU of tho jelly llh. through this ohaii-t for ho gathorod hl disr
fairy world, often gh lug thu whoh , fn-ui the jx)ret of Ut jr lsrTe!
ocean the look of a at p'nJu ojircr,! all they tftvr knrw of t-Mi frju th
witli snow, Tlie tinv Jelly MU final ' htimbl toucher 111 happloH data
by million and brenk Into pbphoro- , wore whu mtt sntsi n satVr or
cent light as they dadi iqwo th jlmic. shlhr wnsihl lti in hi dray, jr
Sitno of them are the veriest jKek. ! hajs with a jarrot nr a iiwnVy ia h
and yet are living, nctire creature, j arm, aavlng "Why. wtr lt.
with a sort of jeweled ere mi e.-u h you irely hat? net frgtt mv, !
which Ls an bright as to loot llkr lniu hotft?"
tlful colonvl gems et around It AH .John IVmiLs tattght ht Hlti Mtfw4 g
the rays of tho raiulxiw sestnel calico! for more than forty yoar. tivror ftks "
into uc to create thoe gorgtyms boll, j nor aepting a cent of wyml trnn
Early In tho sum titer the stra I full of any one.
lhcm. At th ! of jvrnty-two, m Janu
Other jelly-fish of thu same order rniyjary 1. Us-tV. !m jmlle!y dtl, h
be seen in calm weather, nailing on the : hx'tkln with dilirhl at a akMh h
water by means of an aptiaratu like a
largo-suel umbrella, of opal or n !
pink. seallojKil with a band of blue, j
which they shut up, as It were, when i
tortus overtako them, and sink far I
down into tho depths. And hat Is 1
most singular, tht pier loiking ap
pendage is full of canal, which curry
nourishment over thj whole animal' and
anwcrs the puroe too of a littlo hol,
to shield the eyes from harm. How
wonderful, yon say!
Hut wait, what" singular creature Is
this, too, rolled up so tgbtly in a ball.
S S it lutslt4 9 mm. kJll nlift tlitf
. K..7 .. .. ,t... ,. u. ,....f-. -. n i
on stilt, muting out, here and thi-re.
long tube1 or threads bv which loan-
chor itself. There l something tery
funny in the way thisprickly hall walk.
feet to plant oiber. gunling -Jf all
the while bv it soine.. each solne sm-1
: , ,. if- . .ni wn.,,f
-Jt .,.,1 ,.. ft. ,.n.. 1
to look at this strange creature, th I
sea-urchin. It would t hard to bej-flvn f
that it bcloags to the tir.l5h triVs. swd I
vet it doc. HtriWSng by soft pas of '
lime, a strong box to pro ,1 lo.Iy j
In thn bn until 1 smvI. , r! !
it swvls tire-. ilV'wagTlwreliAjinoi
tr-. rrh frt l rtt 1 Hotliiftenla of 1-aHla, !!j I
when that time
at a tiny mU, like a rdn-prickf Ho J
agcr JtUtsM couW by maile; not a
1 S lH unprotccte,!' ,
mo ii unproteci
Kal if the sa-Hrchia grows, bt Ue
Mtmntr Ivnr tn irfn. tm? ? "ttitrft K
provided lor that, for it is awl of more i
than a hundrcl eirate plattrs, sl j
dav by diy fresh lW from Uvs s-a -
water is ohured. atom br ainsu. vrlr
on the edge of thri flaieu sd to you
j see the shrll rrow with the blr J
The s.pisc cf which we haTe tfxfan I Pr ok oa lb "rr .
are as ttcfal f proiiUm as the box. J " begins him. b -
Thev are guide whm walking, sad 4 - attratiVm !twsTs Uw rssoJaff
with th?m cawcd or ohr objcrl raa ' !- 'l bf ratttsai f t
be lifted out of tke war; a.J. snore !. && H utrrtx! G!r; telrrsMy.
rular tkaa all. they rrUl gaiWr tV i "e haew that he st work bi war.
spine toctthcr asd form a on of toai he ab knew sh fcr A re-
for the protection of their yot' tmtn - "-1 r wH?tg to sai j
tiusv caa take cans of tkMutrnT J sy s-v-rice to gaJ the end. n
There is aaother littbt cvrioskr cUel ii oricet at eosovnir m ;
getd?a trumprt. At the mouth e this
11 1 1 III f (W ia rirlr at kTr nKiJ
rwmuij a s-ery approprwKe buh; ov st j
theae hairs, these en-store j
rosr thesaseires about with sreat rapd-
itT, SsWusetkssuaswell for c&Uimlif:
their looi lhhsg tiec Kale hair t
Is the water prodacssi a esrrrat, which ,
ssumsjs parHeie' i u to, u-
Taey carry nearly
' ait ttf jWi'HTC 7
xitini sstfefrrr 1WT Tf ifrjl
1bIjm akall are steo? We CsU
- - m V. -M T.
ail yau ef tsse ts-rs, wca s j; 1
silver ribbon, fffltteriajr to to ?
asvl hhsc, as t ooU !sae ,
rourk tkm srssaderfsd Ukyrx!. Use
rffj-r k a tae at-ir aasvjsse
meSmmt. 4eee4 aS ehsrv bHi
aa ifiuifcf rarisr J-r 'rf''A thr f
7ZL JZd thVaslsC f rxid
uauawearw - sssy - ' - a
imwKaw.m wyj ss -
hyslay I a
stoator. which" plats its jssrtaa: I r. lire,! fraplty i apprx m t-
-' ' mm- "-urs,v SJS m m JSUUT B
arrs-es r-sssesww s'a
Jlfse pwl frt 9swmsbs 1st ifcHtmt
M4UMttINWM tw- 1
ihff featsptiit oufcsT tint Hr"
mmUk kt Wet. I t
cs-shm thev sw wstlm a fcwt
ftwtlT of tvrSh
b . . . r
f trtt pmVir'" if l?wl
t9 jiM pfcc.u awrJ lrn c
psls t Ao4hr. afcUl it tvuh ,t
toj"o th "Jf, prw'lnisa SaVT.-
titter ait, I tMs " Wc -h6 rwj
' crrtr i ltreit 1IV .v tedilk
J of Httl xkntinjf !Usr. la ssi
icknrwvrw fn IK ah N-. ft
j jWr by Uy. tu rvKut
: afv? 4.irfc in iitmf wvWfi rAr J
n vuUt 5 V sijds If farjrski U
WM4sh. nti It Isssfj hw 4fra
, trta?Ut- it U im. f4n
jfsiat, ljpt 54 e4 tssts erHrd
wf cfKUimv fssu?
J Ylt.tr suriSM v4 r na
I fiMtad it tko rs j m4 tmr ttser
the IrafsieaJ vv TW f.
that 1 tt ksNlut Aj4 vH V.--r
m.v . tJWo..vr !,) J Vf
W oar k jhw t rasW i
v4 Jrwkl Osusmt. K .& M vJM
U s. atr tt i isf tMAn; si! 4
ts-KNUM, rtssa m is -f isstAnt'
It it ; "i iKa -t
Ul u tlb nSSS.i. i4 mss fef W m
Us sssi nt IXrvsw W1 4 4t4V "f
l)aJai xt t-r wwee ?
Tke GXtr viNl.Tar.
t jty j, utfhar 4 J lVtf
ltvw4 n ut jt b "
tr4t Wnvt , H l a
i;aa. In iWKHKiUs Kir 1 ""'
14 hm ksrtnl tho in.! rTsS
Inst ma t IrJh red hy fafit b kl
u. aavitt4tn IW, Hf kn l -
a-t uj mdln$r ah. 1 hfl
.) to a ,-AtkfMWiU tasttw'.
f a Hk43 b Hvsm! . t
wpt ftr hi WttsU ll "! !
H. aad at U.t a nlr t U
Ut akt k re-nt. j.tTi,KMg wi kt
ktwHthlwf, or fln f rm hi fil
In h Mrn tf U. a BtU wn
Imv, ha Sp4.ew, eamo to hr
: do JoUr and lb iMtbtrix asnl rf'
! 'IV tmKr ehlld hd at tk 4
j Wt wh4eh tucriasiS!"! ixu-li mW t
1 tuttuM lnvrard. Tho k m' 4-l ti t
j itwt Hhttl &o lsd f-s.dsary stbivi
the- ttnH. treigtlilHg llmiw lt
t pirntos of old 1h mt latHr. m t
huath taught lht fa aH. !) s
j UtMi-ht hot moch iinre issMoi
; - jl m . -
ttiiw wk! r Jwrtlw lr U kii--
iw to Iwnt am1 Hnlw, anl a twsa
j to itrt htsw. PrMtty H t. J
U lum that b td trwah a a
j oatl) a he- sukl ttiaiwgo w tMt)sl h
h !!!! m if th ihvv
tdtildn-n In. and, a iIh rw it m.
tht fclojjular ptsrtore mifc&t l
' III tfe ontir 4 tbo Httl Ishs. t
' fpot wu!i? ami aUwi iij?htet fNi mg
tkr Kino odtMor. with nU iH ! !
twtkhiir , wsraht b ihI. a
lat r htivttooo m hi knee-, and h
. lMMl lMi4l NUUjf Hut n- mi
throfed. All areitnd hint oM V far
latk eve, tdn . browo . nul
hlrf fnteu m n rrier. ahd tin hmm
of Mng vl( nlt appltcof sat
- peweti win tu tufie! ftJt tk stsqpug
f the blnU whtrh ohJwI tt Immm
the sehook Nm of Iho i
tho steM tt U iMWmw tlnAy W h
' lol tip to th Isslt wl4h Jsm' tt
rHti. Others sr a . r ssWn-, '
f minI, and n l uitT
t IhxW llir MtmmJ ! rN4 r(
and ihr a far a tW Itide of '14.
seh.K.l which bad it ljn W- sn
nrtut For many dara tins ofc&lr
thu plarn wwrn lnialaWo, a4
Iwim ami tbre ttn'y and -I
by ths che ihttr wiih lis J ' i
JVunds time ha! alwats
W" n mpm t.
A lifrt !ik th!. o by yet i
ful. cotiUiti Im for us aX. Ih'
perf$ I'sfUttg ltple.
Hkat a rtUrjti 1U.
cirtfHta.ors tnny t har!.
rsto hit time in ttunum-
fnr. or suffers Aiwdi to U imrAir-f
. wfl ? gnlUi tW. -. ti,
K "f ' J IW, . m
Jo'' ahr th sthaf. of fS.
'f j" . a,
"' '7 T . . " "? T"
" . -J " H f 9fl-r- a
to.fatory )r. II rs
atre.i xroro i o mudfiwnv
ms t4ilihi at msht Hl iaretit .
rrj p.r. and h? w!l knsrw that h
must lw a Unrbor,! of very hard 1W
'ut rn tM,ihvp, -f
tory. Ihj redvwl that Im woold htaH
Inon. d htomnmn Ussigst
JUJU U"tul mJ. VtUh fci loft t
Wrek WaTC Iw? tXjre!!?! HotidlwaitS
" - - ,"'" -o4 wh
b bonn of hi 9
I5bl "- ctj& of hi fa
out of hts ow bard 3rB?aj-.
At sb- a of lt h vtmM re!
,7rf lloraes a raiy xJm- r.
P" " lgb grammar ks.
-" 1 a txxts of H I-nir
tn - H h! !eti &Uxun-l mtbt-
'f7 t taassjrJasiy
lit bnoght M lxA to tW f-nf.
He oossKsktl th aJJtI ro. d
at Use eJoe was ate to my. srUnpraivw
The sr f tr tV.teser&sss w
Ut U a4sTerJsrsai it -uj
Witers V d H. bsst U Sn4.I. it
,M. free djrs tku psr' tit
ifs oo. srw-. "-
gUiT?H t 7Ttwr ...---.
MMa mm9 I I aa AtMaf
rkici was OvL
-Tie fatsWref a $c LossiV hrHe tr-
irmteA 4 ssviss-hir wHk H(frt Ul
vtcaMlz, Pafa, me, ettAifsand hi
tbmtUer wk ssW ksri f ht. -ah:
srse s kiad yn; CasarW1 awful!
f4 ft aMsilf sjsa.waBssjSt TriU
Mri lUirL t the Ciswiaaasl
Cmreit. assat aW TjfMSjrsasthisal
Vmnm f that k T. h Vs-i4 ik
hSehev sssd fsujsst eturv sssssa fesVaa
asssuj vsrPBss" jssa9VssB
t ' y v
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