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VIRTUE 1T8 OWN REWARD.
J? Kburof .Somewhere loved the Quees
Of 8otncwbcrelse most dearly.
And in hlscotirtlor Oobctween
UnSdod bo sincerely.
?.Courtcr P'ant man.
Of readiest invention.
5.a ? , ? yf kad ,ne clover plan
To hold tbo King's attention.
Tuc Queen was coy and hard to please
,Aabestoceemed her station:
u Kn unon nI" bended knees
one kept In euppltcaUon.
2fo favoring answer woii'd she ffivc.
a NS A10 of k,nd conwntinsf;
vd,V,,e thc Klu wn fain to live.
Yet Jife was all laraent.n?.
JrLVi1? P,01 kl Courtier wlso
To aid In 8 iroceo.lln:
JIio tourker'a ready wjts devise
rians worthy of bla breeding.
He hastened to the liautrhtr Queen,
And praised hlg lioynl Hfjrhncss:
-" "J- ""a wis uotieLween.
chuckled o'er bU slynegg.
The Qnc?!Tr was fioftcned j7 ,H arti
AJiu wncn tier suitor tendered
His royal kingdom (and til heat),
Flie jfruclously Hurrondurod.
"Thc KinK and Oiiccn lived happily.
In hand and heart wero wedded;
Ab for tho Courlier let mo sco
Oh, yes he wan beheaded.
Stanley IVwil. in Centura.
MRS. TOM 1IAKDINU.
One or the Heanon' Nantucket Tdyla.
The out-bound steamer from New Bed
ford, .slonninir at Manila's Vinevard
Jind Nantucket, swept gayly out of the
- harbor. Two young women in simple
Ai.;iiu vjsluiim: sat on me ucck anu
iwjkuo uown on tne many-suaucu green
-waters below Miss Moriran and Mis
Ford. Thc latter was tall, dignified
and blonde, and three vears the .onior
of the petite, daric-evod friend at her
side. It was she who snoke. with iusl!
atrilloof annovanco in her voice:
"It's too absurd, Amy. You can
never cirry mil Mich a plan; you will
;gct into all kinds of scrape.' and tell so
Wfs Morgan, coolly "Whit arc fibs
In a good cause, my dear? You willsco
H will be tho sim: lest thing in the
world, and I doo want to see fife from
a married stand point."
Miss Ford "Then whit didn't you
marrvr im Hiin; i.ihiv wsvn .nrrir
Miss Morgan, with fierceness "Bel,
Ifyou ever allude to that again "
"I won't, dear," said her friend,
soothingly, "bill since you didn't mar
ry I can't sec; why "
"That's jusL "it," answered Miss
Morgan, eagerly; "if I had married 1
should wish to appear single. Come,
Bel, I'll chapcrone yo'i beautifully. Let
me have my own way, won't you,
Miss Ford, with resignation "When
do you not have your own way. Amy?
But you'll repent it, and 1 shan't have
one moment's peace."
"Kopent itp Never! Now for a
jiame. Mrs Mrs What u my hus
band's name, Bel?"
1 decline all acquaintance with
Miss Morgan, after some thought
I have it now Bel. dear, let mo pro-
. scut you to Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Tom
Harding, of Nashville. Nashville is a
good far-oft place, you know."
Miss Ford tried to frown, but laughed
instead and bowed. "tNow. Mrs.
Xilard.iig," she said, "perhaps you
will find time to look at this charming
scenery," and they fell to talking of
the beauty of the waves and thc whi to
talled vessels outlined against tho dis
They sat slightly apart from the
crowd of fellow-passengers, and. ab
sorbed in their talk, did not note a sin
gle listener, who stole guiltily away as
i,lio steamer neared tho Vineyard. The
listener was a young man, tall and
comely, with laughing blue oyes and
iine, clear-cut features He woro a
-suit of well-fitting gray, and carried in
his hand a traveling satchel neatly lot--tered
"T. H." His face betokened a
little perplexity and much aumscmont.
-.as ho sauntered to another part of the
deck, and devoted himself to the pages
of a Nantucket guide. Ho glanced
xiow jmd then at the young women
who-had so unwittingly bestowed upon
him their coulidonce, and, as he did so,
The talked on in desultory fashion
till the summer twilight fell, and the
picturcsquo old town of Nantucket
arose in sight. Miss Morgan sprang up
Irom her chair, and, gathering her
jvrAp around her in a careless though
aiot udgraceful way, called her friend:
Conic. Bel, I'm longing to begin nvy
Tiew life," and they threaded their
way deftly through thc crowd to the
landing -place below. There thoy
uicklygot into a carriago and rolled
away through the cobbled-paved
streets," with tho hoarse notes of thc
town-crier ringing in their ears. They
looked about tnciii cagerlv, noting the
quaint old houses, and tho charming
"Oh, Bel." cried Amy, "I'm half
sorry we came"
Why, dear?" asked her friend.
" Because I shall never want to go
They breakfasted gayly thc next
-fnornuig, bestowing biit slight attention
on their fellow-boarders. They had a
TMJip of thc island spread out before
Hicm, and occasionally invoked tho aid
of thc Nantucket waitress in making
their plans for the day.
"There's the old mill, the old bouse.
Surf-side and 'Sconsct," -said tbo young
-woman, conscientiously checking oft the
spots of interest on her fingers "as she
poke. "and Wauwinet, and "
"Oh, don't, please," interrupted
JLmy, "don't tell any more. I am be
wildercd now. Bel, what do you say to
a walk along shore this morning, and
the old mill this afternoon?"
Her friend assented, and they rose
fim the table and went out in the hall.
"How delightfully free 1 feel." said
Amy, as she stopped at the desk and
began to turn over the pages of the reg
ister. "1 told everybody not to write
to mc and 1 shall write to no one."
She scanned page after page without
comment till her eyes rested on the one
-where she had iascriled her friend's
name aud her own the night before.
"Bel," she gasped, "look here!" and
he turned to her friend a face of horri
There were the names she had regis--tered
there the previous evening:
Mrs. Tom Hardinc. Nashville, Tenn.
2Ms& Isabel FOrd, Now York.
But beneath them was another in a bold
nd manlv hand?
,3tom HanUns.'Na&ville, Tenn.
vHow perfectly shocking! What
It was quite late in tb afternoon
irhcn they climbed the stairs of the old
muVand-they found? the miller alone.
fie was "an old sailor, brown and
1 -father-bato, with kindly, dark' eyes
r little gold rimgs, sailor
Ion, in his cars. Ho was a Portuguese,
he told them, was born in the Azores
and ha1 spent many years of his life
upon tho sea.
Do you like America?" asked BeL
"Yes," yes, I like it here, it's a big
country, "but I like better go home to
thc Azo'. My woman, she have her
brother here, and. so I stay.1
"I hope you will go home some day'
cr ed Amy, impulsively, putting out
her hand. "
"Oh, yes. I tink so, write you name
in my book before you go?"' and he
proudly produced a register, the gift of
some lormer visitor.
"You write, Am v." said Bel. and thc
old miller bent over her chair, as she
Mrs. Tom Harding.
Ml- Isabel I'o rd.
He looked at tho names curiously a
moment and said: "You husband here
little while ago. You to meet him
when you come?" and turning back to
the page before, pointed out:
Tom HtirJIn?, Nafakvhle, Tcnn.
Amy crimsoned bet said nothing.
"It Lsuoyoti hud:nd?" he persisted.
"Yes- no- 1 don't know, stam
mered Amy. "Come, Bui, we must
"i time you cueh lnrn it you
haste.' said the miller placidly. ,
Tney wore a little late at supper that
evening, and found tfic chair opposite
their own, on whose emptiness they
had congratulated themselves in the
morning, filled. The occiuunt was a
tall young in in vith genial blue oj'es I
and clear-cut features. Formalities are
blown away in sea breezes, and when
he had pas-ed tho butter and the cold
meat, and I el had responded with prof -
fers of jellv, they began to converse
Mle ns a matter of cour.-e. He said
tmit ,,(i l 1)(-'eI1 :it Sur.'side in the
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:IIUI ' l"u u:i.v JL
answered his icmarks;
;is liel who
imv sat in
Mh-nce, occasionally Hashing dark eyes
:it tllti str.ingcr, :ls if wishing to wrest
from ,, 1,5s name and habitation,
"We were at thc old m II this after-
'noon," she said, with a little abrupt- J
ness a3 they wo -e rising from the table,
J "Indeed," no answen-d politely, "it
is called an interesting old place, I be- j
, lieve," and poor Amy felt taat her re-
' ,n:l,'Jr ,,Jl1 ' wu iatle"in vain. j
" I,(l iv anything if I hadn't begun ,
it." she admitted to her friend as they ,
i mounted the stairs to their own room: '
"h"1 1' carry it out to the end uow," j
s!, added, defiantly. "If I only knew
i " .a ".cmnu ium iluuiu" .is
Two or tluvc days glided by in une
ventful comfort. Mrs. Harding, nee
Morgan, ai.d Miss Ford loitered about
the queer old streets and whiled away
idea sau t hours in tho bric-a-brac shoos.
It was in one of those that they heard
of a museum kept by a sea-Captain's
widow, and decided to visit it. Tho
afternoon was rainy and thoy found the
little room well filled.
"Come right in, young women." said
a hospitable voice as they pa.-sed in the
door. "Young man, hand those women
They were seated, and after a mo -
incut's pause the lecture went on.
"Barnades from a ship's bottom,"
said the lecturer, displaying some speei-
mens as she spoke. ' of which they lorm
themselves on the shin's bottom aud
prevent it from sailing. '
Amy stilled a laugh behind her fan.
and looking around to avoid meeting
her friend's eye, oucountcred those of
I the young man who sat opposite them
at table. 1 hey exchanged a glance of
sympathy and amusement
"This," said tho widow, "is the head
dress of a chief's daughter worn at
boat-racing, of which the materials are
found in tho palm-tree, and a very
beautiful head-dress it is. Will thee
put it on, my dear?" addressing Amy.
After a moment's hesitancy. Amy
complied, aud thc curious structure
proved not unbecoming to her glowing
lace and dark eyes.
" Heboid thy fciee.
And think no dl5?rrarc."
quoted thc lecturer, ollcriug a small
hand glass as she spoke.
When the exhibition was over. Amy
and her friend lingered to ask a ques
tion or two, and were called upon to
register their names.
"One would think evcrj'body hero
kopl an intelligence office," grumbled
Amy, :is she again wrote her friend's
name and her own baleful title.
And she bade good bye to her hostess
a formality carefully observed by all
visitors tho" old ladv'detaincd her.
. - .. i -
"Where docs thee live, my dear?"
she asked, looking kindly at the pretty
"1 am visiting in New York with mv
friend Miss Ford," answered Amy with I
an attempt to draw Bel into theconver- I
sation, but thc young lady was intent j
on some ivory carvings, and turned a '
deaf car to the appeal.
"Is theo a married woman?" next
inquired the old lady. j
Poor Amy looked up to find the eves '
of thc young man fixed upon her with
"Yes, I think so," she said.
fuscdly, and was fain to get away.
"Has thee a good husband, my!
11m t ..4. t...
child?" Uit tho young man
"Good-live, madano," he said, hold
ing out his hand. "I have enjoyed the
4.T .. ,.l.il l.Tir lin f ',.-., I T l:;...
M. .Uli JJH Wli .-, 111VL1U, i IIKC j
thy fa "0. Come
again aud see me.
What is thy name, so that 1 nia- re- out at tho time ladies wore immenc
member thee?" . hoops. Concerning the powdered
Ho cast a look of mingled deprcca- J heads of our ancestors, it Is related how
tion and amusement at Amy's retreat- tbe e was a record of some lady cele
ing figure and answered "distinctly: J bratod for her wonderful coiffure, whe
"Harding, Tom Harding, from Tonnes- - was asked by an eminent hair-drcssci
see." j of the period, a writer on the hair, ho
Amy did not appear at supper that long hot k'dr had been unopened, ant
night, and Miss Ford in answer to Mr. ! just imagine her answer. Nine weeks
Harding's question said brietly that she ' And this hair-dresser replied. "That if
was tired. " j as long as it is well to keep it. especial-
iAs thev sat in their room that even-1 in liot weather." Some ridiculous
ing, they heard the twang of a niitar 4 young men delightel in dressing them
in the parlor below, anil snatches of selves with enormous wigs, on the ex
song sung in a line baritone voice. treme top of which thev placed a littlt
"Oh. we had such a treat last night j top hat. On their coats they woulc
Mrs. Harding." said one of the ladies, j have windmills and carriages embroid
meeting htr on the stairs next morn- erod; they wore thc tightest of silk hose
ing, "your husband's singing is charm- and tremendous cravats, and walker
ing; we were so sorry you were too with gold-headed caues nearly as tal
tired to joiu us." as themselves. Thev alwavs'appearct
"I haven't any husband," cried Amv,
fiercely. "Thatis," she added, lamely,
"he isn't hero."
"Oh," said tho lady, with a certain
inflection. "We all thought from your
having the same name, and coming
from the same place, aud eating at the
same table, you know. It i odd, isn't
it? Quite a coincidence! One of your
husband's cousins, I suDpose?" she!
"My husband has no cousins." said
Amy, and the ladv passed on to confide
to another guest that she thought
"young JMrs. Harding was, to speak as
mildly as possible, odd."
Amy said nothing to her friend of
this encounter, but proposed a visit to
Wauwinet and Coatue in search of
shells. As they glided along over the
blue waters in the yacht Lilian, she for
got for the nonce the troubles of 'matri
mony and the inconvenient presence of
jut. lorn Harding from Tennessee.
fa-lCk)ming borne toward evening, they
were met in thc hall by tho wailreis
who handed Mits Ford a cat J.
"He asked particulaily if on of yoa
ladies wasn't small, with big dark eye
and I told him yes and then ho acd
if there war.n't a Miss Morgan here with
Mis Ford, and I said, no. there wasn't,
and he seemed real surprised when I
said there wa'n't only you and Mrs.
IlanFiig as come together, and he said
he'd call this evening, ami be hoped
he'd find yoi as ho wa. going away to
Having thus delivered her menage.
tho girl went away, and left them alone. I
Ikd held the card "out silent! v to Am v.
; Shu took it tneehanhaUy from Mia I
torn band. iooKeu at it neipie-siy a i
moment, and then droppe I it on the
iloor with a little gesture of despair.
It bore on it smooth, white surface the
inscription "Harry Thorndvkc, Sew
They ate supper in a pensive silence,
broken uow and then by a remark
Irorn Mr. Harding and a brief reply
from Miss Ford.
The young man glanced now and
then at Mus Ford's companion, but
behfld nothing but downcast lashes for
"I shall be sick this evening, Bel,"
aid Amy, decidedly, as they paused a
moment in the parior, "anil yon may
tell liarry Thorndykc xvhatyou like."
'Uul he iliuu't come to see me.
Amy. ' expostulated Mus Ford.
The woman who deliberates is lost.
A tall figure darkened the door.
"Thfn vou are hero, after all, Mi?s
, Moriran. and Ilarrv Thorndvke shook
' hands rapturou-ly with poor Amy. "I
never was so down in iny life as when
' the fgirl said you weren't here with
Missrord. I "looked at the register
myself, too. and eouldu t hud your
"Uh, "Mrs. Harding," said an ex-
nansive voice, ami ay
iml a vounir ladv came
t H - -t i
nurrieuiy into ;ne loom,
pardon," as she saw the
"but could vou lend me a shawl, if vou
I are not oiiir out?
, can get it mvsel'."
No, don't come; I
Tbe gladness died out of the young
man's face. "What what did she cail
you?" he stamm Ted.
".Mrs. Harding." .-aid Amy, sharply.
"Then you are. married?" he said at
. "Yes," said Amy.
Miss Ford started from her chair,
and seuined about to speak.
"And the Mr. Harding whose name
is in the register is ourliu band?"
" Yes," cried the girl, lrauticnlly, and
tho young man turned to go."
"I I congratulate o.i," he said
slowly, "but I .shouldn't have come if I
had known," and he went sadlv away.
fill Ami- ti-L.it I. ..i ,.,. .l.i,w.5
' cried Miss rord
v.., .11111 , ll.tl 11.4. v vu ituui;.
i "1 don't know,"
ward her friend a
wretchedness that :
and she turned to
faee of such utter
he fore bo re further
"How could 1 do it when I love him
i As they left the dining-room the net
I morning, Amy turned suddenly and ad-
. dressed Mr. Harding,
J "1 wauttospcak'toyou alone, please.
Will you take me lor a little walk?"
Tho young man assented, and they
walked almost in silence to thc top of
the hill that overlooks the harbor. Once
, there. Amy turned and faced him.
j "Mr. Hard ng, I don't know what
, you wdi think of me. but I am the most
i wretched jrirl in the world. When 1
was eom.ng here I made a little plan--"
" Will it make it any easier it 1 tell
you that I know "
" Yes, 1 couldn't help hearing you on
thc boat," he explained, hastily, "and
when I found you had fixed on my
name. 1 was amused, and"
"Yes, I see but last night he camo
here, and somebody called me Mrs.
Harding, and he asked me if I was
married, and I said yes, and he asked if
you were my husband, and I said ou
wero, and" - here her voice broke into
irrepressible sobs "no's gone away, and
1 shall never see him again."
"Shall I go and bring him back?"
asked thc young man, helplessly, look
ing down on her bowed head and quiv
"Oh, 3'cs, do," dio criod, "tell hiw 1
didn't marry you that I wouldn't mar
ry you for anvthiug "
"If you will tell mo his name," said
the young man, a tritlc grimly, "I will
try and make that fact clear to his
J Thorndykc, and he's going awav to
A....; iitaitiu 17 ll4ltill IVU. lltll 1 1
vouna: fellow with trav eves
"Yes, that's him".' cried Amy, wit
charming disregard of grammar.
"Can you wait here a little while?"
and before she could answer, he was oil",
going down the hill With light, spring
! Vho stood where he had loft her, look
' ing out towai'd the sea.
; An hour later a hand was laid caross-
I iugly on hero, and she turned to meet
j Hair' Thornayke's honest 03'cs.
1 "So nn rm not Mrs. Tom ifinlino
after alt?' he said. Man Lvk?,
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I .(C.triiT t?n: .ViifiirVrn.
wr. riri - w w r
The Dr.des aud BuJiues of al'astAsrr,
Patches were used from Charles I. tc
George II. , but in society, not at home.
Gentlemen's coats weie wired to stick
top of which thev placed
: .- 41.. ...?- -. . i -t
hi mc nan, uu err smaii nomes. ant
Macaroni ladies were unite as absurd.
Though ugly, the male dress of thc la-t
century was less objectionable thai
many of the styles gone before, and la
dies' costume "was never so prctty.
The remaining contents of pill-boxe!
ami potion and lotion bottles are dan-
1 gerous kinds of familv supplies to keer
lkl' Virt ls-hr--w W'l. .. !.. .... ?,.
for which thev Brocured ovcr r
is a good practice to put pill-box con-
tents in the fire and to empty the bof
ties into the nearest culvert. N. Y.
Lieutenant Schwatka, who has t
cently been exploring Alaska, focnti
there, among the Aleutians, a group ol
islands bathed bi the warm Japan cur
rent and possess!
a perennial Tardure.
These; it is said,
a bcotcn syndi-
cate DroDose to
into great stock
Our Young Headers.
THE FOX AXD THE S10ML
xznAirxTo raox fcwr' rxvuxx.
VtcTJt a Vox lUcnl on tbo bin.
A 1 tiy For
With r-HNh lock.
And then? na a Slor Lrtl by Xb- rijOl:
.And one MSq and Tat and rar.
And knew tow uunninr trie to nlar.
hltw the otoer t loaz and .can aiwa.
Gaj I a !r Vox tlrrd tx bcr wit.
Uut brr tr'.rtul. Ibc stur'c.
Wa tvrci Wors.
And n tediou tune he hud of It:
Yar ttie Utt.c ifrtvn Jnv wero qatck to
And tte &boaUof minnows lti to sweep
Out of Ihtr bal.o Into tho deep
Tho Fox nn a L(;rh-trcbed. stotoly alietf
Cuv to ht-r on.
Wa. n ir and tbrn.
Wont to he clown and nun h"rlf.
Only U; wind tx-r l.abit knewr.
And up to Iter lundtr tauzle tlcw
Tbe scant of the ;rraA-3ei! and tbr dew.
And up tobr -or. 50 V-n to be
Isroiisritt ot vrrtblns
Of niri und ami from far and near
Tbe trj',-lovl chirr, the piowtior s'stnln.
The Lay of tho hound and fcU maucnuj,-
While the hilL!de echo bared uk-.i!n.
And there wa much for her eye4 to sec,
From the hazy blue
Ot inounta.il to
The nearer :ace of r k and tree:
And by puddle, or o. or rivulet.
One lone, jrutint flirure always met
Her iruze, Knce-dee, in sx-dtfe and vrct.
The Stork. Mie museil. that from the peep
Ot dax-nthl noon.
Anil from noon tlI moon.
He was always stmnlltik' then? knee-deep,
o. one- be ?mt a inimll jrrny llee
v itb a trear' vronleI jrraeloi!ly:
"Dear friend, pray dmo to-day w nh mc."
She made a soup. Thc breast of a w ren.
A robin's m'xx,
A aj'urrow's e.
And the whole of the little fat red hen.
Hie boll- il together, with -prlw'1' of rati,
W.tli thjnie .ind anUe and onion, too.
And sili just 11 pinch of call would do
And, reasoned thu. In n -kl.lful my
H.eMlrrcl it wtll.
Till the Stor could smell
Tbe su am from It half a mile nwar.
i?o. whi'ii the triiy Ueo biizitur n"St
Droned her kind me&'ue in bid ear.
Ills heart leapt btd uud llK'ht to hear.
Out he topped from the mud and ooe.
'J hrouii ru-h and reed.
And away buH'.aKid in b s ..earletsbooj.
That suvor dtiieil his fooUlep-i :e I:
And ih"re w.n th" Fox taMe preail:
Aud tbe pot was bol l.i taat, a!ie said.
Two lar'ct i'nt plates wero on tho board.
And the Pti'WcoinpU teil.
They nm were eated.
And from a ounl-hidle theme wa poured.
Then out 1 f her wide and shallow pan
The Fox with lhtle re1 KMi.'ue beau
lo lap. lap. lap. us fove.s can.
Uut the ?:ork couM only touch the tip
f hU Ion- MM in:
'Hie Mup wa-i thin.
And trj a.s he would, lie could only lp.
And while with 11 reiili lu.s htftei-i ato
Sauteis lull, pl-itters lull, nlate ou plate.
He bat, half-starved, dfocoifaolatu.
What a dlnii'T It was. food drop by dropl
.lust tas e enough
Of fie tooth-ome tuir
To make him llr.j;er ud loath to Mop.
Ami be iiltterlt- -lulled. "It may le a fit.
Fine way fur a .a ly to show her wit.
Hut I 1. be even with her for it."
And the time eame oon: one day be sent
lly a ine-senuur
A uo!e to iier
Of ilitttcrinir nourish nnd compliment:
"Come down to the tun from your lofty
And brighten my marah with jour sun-red
And feast with me, dear Lady Fox."
Suift-footed ndown the hill she crept,
A ru-Tt shadow
Alonjr the meadow,
Tbe crass scarce rustluisr where sho stepped.
Hie fo'iml at the Mont h the table out;
A chowder bubbled: a speckled trout
Hopped in the frii)K-ptin about.
And whnt were the dishes, do you suppose?
N by. ewers and Juus,
And bottles nnd imi;.s.
Kach one with a narro.v neck and noe.
And tho Lady Fox rfho looked askance.
With a liiill-dismiiycil. uneasy kIiuico.
And u Ktlieriiijr cloud on her countenance.
For how could n lady uit dear mo!
From pitchers ho tall,
Willi necks so small.
And thc chowder so deep within, you feo?
HiecotiM pick a bone, or rob u nest;
Hie would iteal the bait from a trap with
Uut here she was bullied, she confessed.
Hiesnlirel in this Jar. pecrca in that;
Sho smiled, .she simperod.
She even whlmuorcd.
Rut the Stork as rnno as a deacon sat.
And ale. by thriMin.; hi Ion? bill
Way down to tho pttau and pudding, un
til He had eaten a'l had bad his till.
Slow-footed the pr,or Fox homeward crept,
A russet shadow
Alon;r the meadow.
The weds scarce rustling where -he stepped.
And huntrry -b went to bed t int niicht.
Muttering: "Tho Stork was not jxillte.
Uut he served mc rlxht he served me
Ma. 1 mm D)Vi liat'n, in WhU AwaKc.
M!eleorites are composed chietly of
iron and .stone, and fall from thc skies.
When they appear in the daytime, thoy
come like a thick cloud passing swiftly
overhead, and usually explode with a
loud report. They are seen very fre
quently at night all over the country,
and shine like a lalling-star. One of
the largest ever seen in the United
Statet appeared about twenty-lour
years ago, in the still summer evening,
coining from the wcL It was almo-t
as bright as thc moon. It passed swift
ly over the heads of thousands of ob
servers, l'coplein their country houses
in Westchester County, men, women
and children, ran out or doors to see the
unusual visitor in the sky. Many were
verv mu Mi frightened. Hut the meteor '
passed on. harming no one. and ecmed
at list to burst and disappear over Long
Manv interesting stories are told of
the strange appearanoe and violent ev- i
plosions of these meteors in the skv. 1
Yd no one seems eer to have been: "The effect wa like a draught of cool ;
harmed, by them. At night. A; ril o. j njr. Hvcrvbody at once wanted a fatj. '
ItsOO. a bright object of great sie--"as The d.irkv was'as m ich in demand a ;
large," it was said, "as a house" 1 the ucwVooy on an early train from the
moved ovcr our country, and seemed to , suburbs People left the r scats to avoid ,
rush forward with terrible swi tncss. It : pelting left. In two cars thc boy sold
gave a light as brilliant as that of thc I slxlv st-.ven fans. He conld have soldi
sun. It disappeared in the northwest. I :W manv more if he had them. He?
A violent crash was heard that seemed - jumped" off the platform as the train
to shake the earth, and the meteor 1 niove I from the station with h s pocket
burled itselt in the gnmnd. AVhcre it i fun of change and his heart full of joy. '
fell, trees were broken dawn and j tiollv!' he snouted, dat was quick bcii-(
burned, tiie earth torn up. the egeta- j ness-' The other boy stared in stupid J
tion scorched as if with lire. fiemnxshmenL. and wondered howitwa '
lsut tne most brilliant Utsplav ot
meteor;, ever witna-scd was on govern-1
.... ... -?
ber l'J-K'. 1-3. at nght. Suddenlv
the whole heaven shone as if in liames.
. . ,
ess bails of tire flashed for j
g the sky. It tvas a rain of J
lire. In all parts of our countrv, from 1
Maine to 1 eorgia. the people were 1
awaireneu, anu watcneu mtn won
the falling stars. Manv fancied
earth was burning, and that they ihcrn-
selves would soon perish in the fcerv !
forr"if. TTl,. o7nrrl ruvr7 in tVtn
Southern States, who were verv igno
eartn at tr.ose nenoas passea tnrongn a
cloua ot tfiin. one 01 ttem in le;
fell upon the ground or did any harm,
j-uu tucieoia uui cuow ux .uiuuuui
are called Xomds. because thev seem
to fall from the constellatioa Leo.
The stoaej that fall from tba sky
when the meteor explodes are black,
brittle, and covered wilk a saimuag or
came out from their cabins, and cal collection at thc Kegent s Part, is ', .r:v '.-." .- r--
fell into wild convulsions of ter-1 London, died recen&lr. being a black iY.WW 'P "- 'T ppnutroio w-x -a wy jbosucnthowo: oarSI-
Thev pravexl, they shouted; thev narrot from Madagav-ar. which wai " " "? Ior aJ;n,!- uterrwuy tm-cnooit cnt o in tha faulty
out, "The Day of Judgment his presented to the societv in HZX just !"uf "-CUI m nc na "? n ? a" . ". ; to spcnU bis vacation-
.' ine oeautum sight contmueu two veare atter the gardens were 1 .. ' . 7 A ", - , -, r .." wp wnrani m
morning. It has never appeared opened. The bird had therefore lived. rW
liut meteors are alwavs seen, in the gardens hitv-lonr vear?. iio-w t , lr,XurL ttT t.J - -- f- " --w . uv WJ, iuc niea wa ia
thc lith of November, and everv old it w when it arrived is not known. " "."? r" ,HU " ?W3 0i r3 , : .T"": ilw? jr. ria
-three vears thev come in grea't " J $x Md aea lo, Utaa slood ll ". ife woW. ?d to ;fa:
bore. It would appear as if the Onc animal in ten dies in the cattle I "Lt?"I"iM" xro.m WIHC.n tiac rasn " .euliP I " so ome to-
dark pla?. Sytoc of them ar rortre
than a hundred pound In w?lsbt.
Tlwy fall in all pan of th srife. Tim
China! have rcconlwl great number
of them in tholr historic. Amoaj
iirctlks and Homan the- b ack s;orx
tlut fell from the kic cro wor t
hijiped a if thev were pd. Un of
them a callcil :1h Mother of tJ j
(Itxl-." It v brought to Unaw? trcux j
the KaU whrro it wa ""aW to kavw 1
fallen front the k'0 In a cloud of arc
The ancient pbkOfhvrs taonht ttocis
black tonc fell from On Ja.
It U remarkable that thr" fallins
?tonc have never done snv harm.
They haw usually fallen in thc country
or in the -co. oreca far away upo
ome dosert Island One may nlmo-l
alai ,m.' one or more meteors lot
injr over the siv on cluar nfe:Ht? !
leavinjj beh.ntl a trail of
How 31 in 11 Ic lian Awaj.
bright winter niorninr Minn'e
train for I'rovniencc. all by
Not a word
about it. and
had she said
v, hat he did
it for no
wrapped tip in herprettv
white mittens. Mie had a blue bow
under her chin, and looked very pretty
as she climbed into the cars.
Teoplo looked at her with -ome .sur
prise as she paved along the ai-le. Hut
;he moved very qntell. only humming
a little ong to her.-elf, and did not
.serm at all afraid, bo thoy thought
maybe she was u-ed to going alone.
She curled heielf up on one of tho
M)ftcrim-on eti-hions and looked out of
the window. The oars went rumbling
oc.with M nnie, in high leather, eno
inir her atoien ride. 1'rettv oon the
misse.1 Minnie, .-ml did not ask for her
ticket. What he would haw done, if
he had. .she didn't know. Hie naj
ir-.tttlllAtAP iiaIIUI l tlltf 11 f . Ink 1
neither ticket nor monev.
When the cars slopped a lady came ,
in anil took the seat by Minute. She i
was a pictty Inch, and wore a dress of j
soft brow u cashmere. M nnie touched
the ladv' a tlre-5 with one little white !
mitten. The lady smiled, talki.il to her
awhile, and gau her a jumble out ol
Minuie liked the jumble very much.
The lady asked Minnie uheie she was
going, but she couldn't tell.
The conductor knows, 1 suppose,
thought the lady, "l'crhaps she belong-,
? limbic, rumble, wen the can, ami j
Minnie grew drowsy. Soon flic was
fast asleep. The train reached Mans
liehl. in came a gentleman in a irreat
hurry, looking about him. right and
icft. Tho lirat thing Minnie knew he
picked her up and carried her into thu
The gentleman looked kind, and pat
ted her head; but he did not tell her
what he was jjoinj' to do. M'tuiio had
half a mind to cry, but concluded .she
When the down-train came along he
gave her to another gentleman, aud
this one carried her into the cars. Ho
took care of her all the way back to
Boston. Do you think Minuie thanked
him? Not a bit.
Do vou wonder how he knew whero
she licd? Just th;s way: Sho was
missed from home, and word was sent
to Manslield by telegraph. Her home
was in tho Providence station.
Do you think she wan a verv naughty
liUle girl, and was sent to bed?
She was not a litt'o girl at all; only a
gray pussy. Hut this is a true story.
Jlrs. Mary Johnson, in Xursery.
The Wrong Way and the K!ght Wny.
There is such a suggestive lesson, says
the Vhruftian Union, in the following in
cident, which we clip from the columns
01 one 01 ourexennnges. tnai wo icei 11 a j
duty lo print it for the benelit of our j
An express train filled with listless.
sleepy-looking passengers stood in Urn
afternoon, on the moment of departure
for I'hiladelphia. The locomotivu had ,
backed up to thc cars, and pouted a
volume of thick smoko into the hot,
stilling atmosphere of the station. The .
travelers lolled in tlnr seats, looking
as though they dreaded thc discomforts 1
of the long, dustvride. but yet were im- j
patient to be whirling along tluough
the open country, awa'from the smoke, j
tho smell, and the noi-e. A slow-mov- f
ing, surly-looking boy of fourteen or j
thereabouts passed through the train.
l-a-a-ns, live cents.'
"He spoke in a ilrearv, disconsolate
I . . . - . I
tone, wt.ich maoe the reopi
le leel more '
tired md langu'd than ever. He went
from thc smoking-car to thenar of tho
train, and sold just two fans.
"A colored bo. about the amo are,
followe 1 immediately alter him, with a
big armful of new bamboo fans. The
difference, in the two lads w.is striVng.
The darky had a cheery, business-like
way withhim wheh appealed dircctly
to the com.ort and to thu pockets of the
jierspirimr jiassengers. In a peculiar,
boy ish voice, as melloxv a a llute, h
" Keet yo' selves c-o-o-o-1. now, la
dies and "gemtnen' C-o ncy lland
breecs! A bir f-t" onlv livo ccnu!
7nliv from du billows! fliiv 'cm while
' " I
The "heated term" can have nc
alitor of the Quitman (Ga.) 'r.J .
refreshingly remarks in his valued y
LtllUl? 01 m I.VW. .. .w.v-. .....
A-. . cr W"hral n rO-Y --(?.. nc Ilttf
nal. "The family ot tne eaito. ot
paper is beginning to return t
nal. "The familv of the edito. of thu
iater is beginning to return t the
uninmock plantation in .-quads of twe
or three at a time. Our migbbors can '
resume at once the pleasant and chsri
table custom of send.ng in thing.
When the beasts arriTe tney are
slaughtered in their feverish as4 em.
CiaXCU COnuluon. -. J otfit-
A Ueorgta man auuea bw sweef
krt asd tkeat poisoMd tke aselot
patck in order to jet rid of tke raft or
r a - i n it th ri MmwT tMT r n Jt w -f mb ii,1 n- t u n t a j: l. aw, mi at j
Tl.- .Uistl ntAnsVt rf f tfkysmSkst
ie uinwi. 4in.i - . v v- -. t . 1- . . . . n j.
tfTfc..A.rfV m.I X:aw rl 1 " ----wmmr V... j - .... , . Vf4-.r I1UQ RWmn!' fe.M.
voit-a"v auu .t n . vi Jb. i .... ..
siuDr sous axd conxsxs
TV !srtr & mS rfs-r.
kr f-w V ! y ft.
V rtr fe-kf - 1 mm
An I Ik r Ni'WJ
A4 ! r- rMx
WV n. ifcia'" t r wsXl,
At 1 r',, " "V
w Wn Mt
TW .fg f ! .
Tiw 4.,r " ' wnwa
s-tt 4 kr f 4 t4.
lwrM m iie.itS nwjr
J m. k: volar - Vfc'
TDa mr tk .n
kkUM S .
Ihi mttij tm r.rtr
rrr 4 , m e snrm-s k)jt
Sw i 1 IW rul'4 if
T li mw iikk tnt ari
A4 l -iO r nw n kurn;t
7W lmlMi rM4 r X
To r i AtmA t J1
k.rt -i jr rtf)r
Mrtt . j ! w. -. Tfcn.
rritK ami ri:.i:.uu.K.
T1m ajwMlr. in dflicribin tni rnttj
ion. sn it t -1 rxt ptir'. lUrw psmrvtt
hie.' In th- i tuna Us erellc.
tlit St Ls paeifvn at woll a pnfiag.
for while K p"ur:' e. U pncil . Ih
iKntci which j ursty alTont mukes ii
poaM.vMir pcih- m bwinng nix! Inrtv
! 'HV- , x 1K" IT" " m
1'coful ..mlrar. ltd-r il ln.n..
tion thrr .il lr . jmltag dp-
iKn to lire nt t r with all aroint!.
i and a ronlat aim to jronicH poa.' in
j all the relations xnd ariMMnw of life.
, The apofc'.ohc eh rtation will lneher
I fullv aetcptwl "lrtt thendoro fol
low aftor tbo t'unj that make fnr
pe.ic." Concerning suh h ismiiph
vih this nonaction, Mm "rriiH o!
1'eaeo" aiH s 'HIr-s4l st Uh pn -umkers.
for thn ib.nl! fcu enlbnl ihe
children of (mm! " Anung tiioa who
might claim this l!e.ng was thi eiol
lent l)r CoU Mather b) frm! a
Miek'ty of pen.-!-maker whowo pro-fis-.ol
bti-lne-n It tva to tar mutt I e dlf
fereneoft anl prut onttillons. It
was li.s !nuda!!o ambition lo be able to
'ay that he d d not hiiotvot uy perMi
in the world who had dona him an ill
olliee but he had (lin him a ginxl on
The -pirit of thj (iospel imnmitasn.
bly t)fonlhed 111 the apmt4ic r.Mjuri
nienl. Follow peace with all men.'
Indeed, the 'hristinn profiMiu Is itself
a declaration. "1 am lor jlmec" An
con'radictury aowal U tiMjbml hi
dn-ate o( an imperfect i'XjHrieiive of
the titst element and finn!nia,'nl jinn
ciple of thu religion winch V""r con
splruoul upon its banner the hisrrip-
tion "lir-t lure. Ilewliou "i.rst
jiure" will be peaceable. IJhcre Is a
rloe connection beten the$e characteristic-,
even as of cause ntui ejbvt.
Tiie order is suggestive of thetfleet ol
the pb'ty the motto of which li "First
pure"' th itell'eet ispeaceitblent This
oiled does not, however, iinplv that
there are limitations of puacabtcucs
such lis would exist if we were onlv ie
quired to be 011 terms of pe.nc with
those who, 7i our t .timat-on. are "fint
pure" in e; aractor and oudiicl. or doc
trinal ieV-. Nunc ma) not eoiiie up
to our idea of puriu in tln'so retracts,
but we are not coiiepientIy ntMilvcd
from all obligations to live jMjacabU
with them, as though thry timt by
"first pure" in our fir before wf ate
required to be pearenble towanl Oim.
We ourselves are to ! "lint punt" i
our own hearts and J.ve. and blWs
aai V V ,' . ' "
0,h,'r?- wl cl,,er lh" ar"- n(',r,U, u
our viewn. punt or nou I his is iui.
(t'Uo nt ji&t ut frit ni flif ft tkii1ii tlk
of the words "First inirc. then pe.Ve-
is coticerneil. in consorm iv, W '
anv .standard eontained in theu woril.
we" are not to look for purity In othtr
as a condition of our being twa ealiU
with them, but we are to be blh tu
and peaceable ourseho-s. ourpea'cabfi-.
nes4 growing nt of our purilT.
Gioat mischief may come from a mil
taken use of th words "First p'jrii
then p-acjlih," and tho m st mud
persecutions might be repeated. tlii
l"rseeutors f aymjr t the dtSTennsA
I from thi'in. you be "first pure" irrcird - f.0
1 : .... i.i .. .... . ... .i.I
n ... . ,. ,' -. ,
wt. tt-ill ! ticneejihlo tou-nn! ton hoi I
... ". . ,... .'";.l s....'.i 1... !..-.....
otherwise we win cititcnu wiih vhi.
hara-s you, distress you. torture you.
! kdl 3'ou. Sueh injtirioiisnfss has no
1 sanrt-on what ver fiom the word now
. under cfnidernt on. which onlv re jtnre
tho appropriating them to be thern- i
selves "tirst pure, thn pacaable." j
A ppnemble dijKit.on Is a distin-1
gui-hing m.'.rk of t hrii an character.
and the want of it Is a orious defect in ,
the character of anr one "tnat nanieth
the name of Chri-t,1 even the mat chJs
name of Him whoe earthly advent w
announced by th angel -cong. the key-
note of which was -On earth poa , '
gooil will toward men." I iwn ail who
elaim to be His followers it is raKdocl. !
in the words of an inp!rel aposUu
"If it be possible, as much n Urih in
yoo. live eareably with all men."
To comply with th precept, the in
dulgence of a contention 1 .pnt tnu;
I e aroiilcd and genuine go'x! nattirw
mu-t !e cii!tlv4tH!. Tkerr mtt fctbe
leat jo-sjb!o remblance to .John Ul
bcrne. of whom CromwvH vA that b
was fo quarreline that if he could
find nolnnly cImj to uarrcl with. John
v.ouMquarrui with IJIbnrne atxl Ml
bumc with .John. Snuh
'- ... f
L1 , t
iwann. o t
;i t.. i.
jeacahlnes mar not be com
mere an itn manv who fail to ltve
,..... 1.:,. .... ... .A.x. .t ,. ,
.v .-, v i". y vl MVUvi s o lo
tneiimilve. T.ierwby l)oih thir k&ppi-nd-s
and their uefutM:M arc gieatiy
a:rHlgoL if not wholly sserlMrud. -
A VLsit to aiV Hill.
Hfl! is a 'arge nariral roci
ne mur omWings urxn U aor
around it near i kiwL I!aikar
I frans cartoon tepr atmg I'a! -
' feaking on Mars' H;lL is atrslcauin.
in tnni it ihowt hnc Inirtding ao4
This also is native rock, somif-
what uncvun at tbe top. bet very broad,
accommodating thousands. Foraerij
the orator Mood facing tke ra, whfca
is jn or a few tuilas- away, with kis
hack to tke people, but in Hwxeding
tiwa he turned hU back to the sea aad
PC peopk directly; a,iatke
HUtrr tl!rif4l ih Capitol tcW
thrir f frs ih ropV, bil fcf(r
o ilrcy turned arRl od t? t4W
rjpoiar hr a tfc" 'ir w H
Tmj4 of Tbr- aw! th miwJwss J
sr of Attin on tnth Ik rs!4.
ia wnftrfnl art nr 4 W? Mr3aft
wtbL wa.i'9 jr fatr Mnr'
HOL. an4 otn il nm t jpahfcm
ntu of Minr. ?ud tV IttfcwR
Uh lv ItofjwrjJe irracrt al lnt-
" Mr Hilt H aarlv ilKfctlW
Arffoll. 4 w rr! fws fft
rw Uam. rt Mar UI -7mi
ih iWw fmtt M I' rmmmm
d imjrle M e" -
xtM art al tVn s:lWr al-MH W
! ik, mv Atkr lh k44wT U
trfcerv Iho aMt Ul rkl
kikml IMttl. It wwifcl ritftJ A
w!jr ti) u tv in t a
lWdor d ikrt rok Dr C4ami
Uw tiwt Jfh CtV cam Vi
Ai4t u pd Uy aad r-
NKVErw! Mine H"V.
Ssli.mm av Um? od f all pPri
tin. WmI ao waa ba t ! t
Ibw nrt k Atft9v !Atl pn44 town
on Mar H t! i jrw-nc f rtmpmftom.
jiit)cMsn4or and pvn, a! a tmtimm
enrol! w k "Ita! iUIhc to d mm to
Var n4 tll m ow Ubto.' U w
vktt prwiP ymni tf rvAiMNi, l, lap
tfUttftnnl etiUimt, wkr aU $ jrre
i art tntt t ht ll gr,'t A
wwa tw t tfcmMMi for kt jiatyL. ! w
aHAt4n to jr!ttai again. Dfcny4W
keort iifclHl t tvo story f tint vam.
and OajnnrK an ltHirai4 wskM
IkMirUlt nsjfw! Utat fn.th wkrk mu
to cnprf hm tiurhl, and Mr.
iimi1, dau tWir new life frwm tknt
hour. Tb was a s! tHlimtite: tor
lr MtasioHy dkKuto rncorUml m Um
cvir4Krttk cKnp4T of Art. Tbkrk k
btsti jKvaekinj; tbo fotmdntfcm jtri
eipe 4 f ik (opd to Uo uttkrtMsntM
kv if!lMl t-OMlHfl.
W hen fttlHpft )m1 kts4 li. wy vx
Athei, atnuo lb iktrtv lkAtHi 5Cte,
1'attl !Wlil u tk I Wknwwfi ;!, lHw
( km! utV.ow m to tkmi. m1 (IcmpLshh! ki
m or kiI wtlom attl pnvkSiW? aMai
rtttrroc(MM I'Utrt, a tke mnrnkHfr mn
riM tut Ui uarktHMis of tke ufcgki.
i'nui .s fiir t hi ft-UrrtMl wikin htm
w ken h mw tbst rity wckollT jfH W
kUdntry. 'I ki :ki of it kim Vi ki 4r
itttal h'nrtk aiwi drtk nm wtkkWK
from (iosl tU xUry n-ktek V Hi tL,
kpt tke rrrl A)HMi! lo UwkHwknt
of mU. nry tdivr. WUika mho
werv iMtransred IrvM tk botttitHi niwi
jrlor.osis lv-nl. I'nul Mnt want ttMMI f
tkmr dn'r. and tnrk tktim lHt It
was hi iliiit whom lk'v ritjtTl tnl
thev llveit nnd inovusl at Und ikf k
ing! imUmttm4 Cw. m Gtiimtjm
rinw In lli.
Toil ij rrndird wol nti ontlitrnklvt
bv Ui promUn of tvwnr! Tb fnrwrtt
plowing in hope ( t hnrxiMtU oruMNtr-
I nj;'d bv tho win e JmpwiiUvim tknt
lain tlioso who miMir in nil tbo vnrtou
iiiilu-tries nnd teniee of lift. IIoihm
may bo Inirn of droauis. but Uny W
(iiiiu Mibstnuttnl r-allties throufi tin
min.strv of toil.nv: heart" and hntU.
The seed that can not take rt In tk
uuhniken h! linds lMtgtuiit in the ftp
turned furrow and boor "nwino zdxty.
.some an hundred fold. '
We can not ape toll In eouneotUiti
with Christian orvco. Duty call tis
to engage In task that are otn lrk
Mime mid trying, but tho radtnnoe ol
hopo h the pri ilege of or faithful
heart, for. "in line jen.s'in wo lmll
reap. If v faint not ' Parent and
teahen have rnason. ep"tinlly, to
plow In hojM'. Th child life I owrv
way immature, and ti"od in v eultiire
and training an n oimdlng dril of
patience. The giwxl rh Idreti. who aro
easily (ontrolle I, and ipneirly drop in
to the grooves of right habit are in tho
minority. With mot, there i way
wardtMMs of disposition and coniilet ol
inc'iuation, that re uires "lino upon
tine, and precept upon prejt."
The child that jjtvo little promise,
and whoso early yenr put a trotiutnt
strain upon the lo'art-s of parents nuil
i,'U",,, ",l'n irniie wi uriKKv
teacher. oft'n lwrom'
J,,W, In their cr;wn of orr!c. H 1
ot txu niiwiiin.n thlog for the dull
' ,M' u Krow ,,,l ,no bnght. Mroujjnmu
I f his day and gnrnt.oti. am! iho hoy.
denlsh girl mimetiums foubps Into tb
nolje and thoughtful matron. Do mil
'bo dlseourad by prosonl wavward.
" ''l"vr hopo. for it may Im thai
thoso In your home or tin who n
S " you th mo-l nnxjot). will, lndny
lo cm, be tho source of vur awelol
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J-OrOtial nxtHTion' IL la a Mrt .!.
iKf to imagine that linriti? nnoa ntu
oil utMn the hristinn HUk th?r it
r r - " " ' r
ntle more re jutred. Jf He are true t
ir hiirh ralilrr. the dara of moro mn
v-; r ratohing of the oil is pat. b-
T plwng i iemambHl t )mH
U come in contact with tho .snag? ami
'V1'1 of 'il temper and ternJeneln oj
Vrt'ature. And it w.ll not help ma t
UT t" g'e a bft Ut Uie plow-hnndlM mi
tr)g to escajMj from eatly ixutiti
,,- Put whether engaged In sorrfo
f0turdr or others, we mav plon
i pj The more utero ih taV,
' sweeter tlie nrnnl. i',ci utVoi
'IP nU the fa.thful snrrant. H&tK
r hfinford, in H. H. Ixmuj.
-"j-kamctrr Is not Uij iking a map
ptrtajta) wh ho gT- t mingkt wl
M 145 ow it Is that tontlal tidp' It
Lye lUt n all thing Th SU$ruUtr
-- - ,,v. . ...,..- uM.qu uiN,er in
t your dwl a great f I or a l
iwutyr mockingly akI an in'i
of as ! f bristton woman, Tkrv wai
a Po. -nd thrt Anmnr utrr.iin
bcr ' spited -Mrf.I m
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rU I f eaven aud tctrto ra; not ra
r., ti' , ,: 7
tela H.fe. mI J! k
can dlB in th por keorC
taji xnm have trlel the HBIr
tostik ak in oW ac. in ataneas
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, 1 - aad U death. Lawyers kar trll
1 it; slaiet-Rpr, ,aTy lr, l Hxmij ka
triI Jt U fcj caaritfa. !u rUneatc
and : law bt It U not wm otu. li
as'- fito; t ks erjr rpttfler amJ
nevr oids It U te Ijottf iloofc r
ce-J no ofevr; tbe longer il is tried
,Avs icore ktisf&ctorilr It is prtrrnl ib
oroi i-3 iortl. wnich abulcih for.
taken a grci UMmt, i.;L ..t.i77.
tkoa kt voithmw wz to atar air "
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