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per. Bo particularly eareiul in irfrinsr nnir.f
nd date to have the l'-ucrs nud BjfUicJ p.
THE OLD 8CJIOOMI0USE.
Tke old echooMiouec. Friend Joba! You can
The ifSS.th2 jeHo I1. the WJC. old.
The cSSSS which wo l. the quaint
VhcrcKa" thousand stars the un-
chine after rain.
The old hedcrow H yet as j-rrccn, the clin
And Mill Uio patch of buttercup behind tne
I.-. tr if
Tlio btaekbird whistles in the ash. the swallows J
And fiCinnh" soili of summer sun and white of
The little fofc "irlfijr now, &3 tben, the morning
bunch of May.
And iKnloi rod as drops of blood on every
( hritniaiH day. , . ,
Ind hand in hand ro down to church, alons
the Munillinm lane, ....
Arxt, )itit'oUn on tlio Mine o.d bench, repsa.
our prayers auain.
jjntlnd ant las'; of olden dajv. Friend John.
are trail e red far, .... ,
Under the ll'litol the fcouthern Gross, under
the Northern Htar:
Old Ni-d la In a pcsniau's shroud, somewhere
And u f-oMlcr'fl cKiutc the winlinjf sheet of
Lung'cy. lirooksatid White.
An.I there are Knives we daily sec, where the
daisies always ir.w.
And j-prtads the ;rcen untrodden turf on
such as Hirep below:
And few or us who gathered once from vil
lage Krcsn and moor
"Will ever meet iisnln, iT.eud John, around the
IJut yon and I aio left to watch as others pasa
And count the roll ot years and gra e. Xow '
wi :irr oui and irrav:
when vc with the ret are one. still
iroopiniiip the Inno
cuiiic and otlie lutur? loy Jo toll our
b'nd IJ'coJrotP. i:t Chic-Jan Jmrna'.
THE FIKST DAY'S EXli:KISXCES :
With A J.ion.
"Good morning. IIrs. "ay: Cynthie
rind me jut-t. heard the ETJer was dead,
und so we thouirlit .ve would come right
over to ofler our condolence."
'You aie very kind, Mrs. Green."
"Now don't, say one word a' unit bein
kind, ioor soul, at such a t-iin of
wotirnin'. Cynthie and me Jut wanted
fo know all about how he paed away,
and when the funeral is go:n to be,
und who will proach the Itinera! .ser
mon, and. in fart, all about even thing.'
"Weli, real!', Mrs. flreen. its only
an hour ago since my husband paed
away, and I do not leali.c what has
Iiannencd. There seems to be a drer.d-
r.,1 cnmrttlimi-nvorshnilmvmn' iic. fii-r T
do not seem to gras4 it. I cm onlv i
reali-.o the fact that for the past week 1 j
have been wrung with a feeling of anx-
aety, and that now my auxietv has all )
passed away." j
-Poor dear! but what were his last;
words and who will p each the sermon, j
:md will vo burv him here? What
docs tho doctor say was really the mat
ter with him?"
"I don't know, Mrs. Green; I know-
only this, that if it were not for the
children, 1 would gladly lay me down
Ijv his side, content never to rise again
li'll God called."
"Well, you know you mustn't mur
mur. 1 know x ou will miss the Elder
just awful, with his handy way of heii)
In' about, and always so pleasant even
.to poor- folks. Now I just know I
should miss Jonas, though he doesn't
know how to lift a linger about the
Jiouse. Hut men are so different! Now
-when -lonas is sick he is always so fret
ful like, that I know 1 should miss
"No doubt vou would. Mrs. Green."
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i ou must ue very ureu, iMrs. nay.- j
said Cynthia Allen, who already leit
condemned for what seemed to her an
.Now. law, Cynthio, who ever thinks
-of ljin' tired at such a time? 'Every
back is fitted for its burden,' you know.
and we always have sustainin' grace.
!Now just sec how the Elder's wife bears
up. vVhv. I thought, you'd be all broke
-np. Mrs. Il:i y. a tr'embliu' and a cryin':
but really now you arc real brave.
"I'm sure we are wearying you, Mrs.
F.av; and it you will justlie down here
on the couch, 1 will throw this shawl
over vou before we f:o. Do .try and
rest a 'little" and Cynthia Allen's bet
tor nature was awakened by this quiet
"Now, Cynthie," said Mrs. Green.
as they rassed beond the little gate,
3'ou have ust spoiled my call. I didn't
find out an thing, not even when the
"I doubt if she knew herself; for I
mow she has had no time to make any
arran gem e n In. "
"No, Mic hadn't even slicked her
Lair; but lha you know folks often
neglect things at'such times. Though,
Cvnthi I must say, 1 always do keep
iny stove brushed clean, no matter
rcrhaps.- Mrs. Green. IJut yon do
not have to do cvcrytr.ing yourself, be
sides taking eare of a sick husband and
two little children."
"Well, some folks don't know how to
manage, 'specially if they hain't been
brought up to work. Hut now I'm
a,vfu7 sorry ldidu't t:nd out anything,
lor I know Miss Puffer will be right
over when she hears the Elder's dead,
ami Isha'n't have a thing to tell her.
"Well, good-bye, I guess" Til go again
t -. ..I.:., a -.... ..."..i jin,rli.
.-YS V.yiu:a -vt.c.t .tir.v. .un
liomcwn'-d she pondered
Low she could best; help her pas'or's
wife boar the burdens wnich were about
.i, ,i, i,w !..,' i.nr- "ianr c
to be forced us on her. Well did Cyn
trulv .-vr.nathizcu with her pastors
wife ami was anxious to be of some real
comfort to her. Prompted br this
"Reeling she decided to make her grand
mother comfortable for the
then return to the
n.i-crT-tTA nm nior
v work which no
to do the no essarv
doubt had been ncgleetad
-was not able to do the work to his own
satisfaction, and accordingly offered his
-Tcsitniation. wlncli was reluctantly ac-
ceoted. He immediately became pastor
ot the smaller church at Brocton, and.
cnlcitid Ids new field full of hope that
-tUlr, lrnnu- hnw nrnm;il ver. l:ii mni A Sign
people of Hrocton in honoring their old- j tug wife and
-Lima custom of calling immed.aieiy at j and hc was
Lima custom oi cau.ng immeu.ave :u ....---....- "- -y -- -. ,.., - . fl - . ,..,j, , tence. no propoeo io emer uie iuiii-
tho house of mourning- Distinctly did he.-head upon her arms sue bowed up- feotlmo-ri?to tni?1o-ir I LJrv- b;:: J beforc ,raviaS colk-,
she remember, when only a little girl. ! on the little table wncre were still scat- j"- 'SrfS l" with ?oreu froc lh-nkiaS fcl,ow
and her own mother died, how gladly tered the books ,n which her husband , "" iKik "Kli VCUP ha idca- Then he studied
she would have stolen awav to her little j had so much delighted. Memories or . a.-eu.j.au t it ..n imiust.y ot t rout af,ai;.etK but af:er n year's
ted in the loa and there cried to her j her dear one came to her. and as the flV Y JJ to w-li In 1 Itico lae ciotril ni3 offce and went
Lean's ccntenf and how she was de- dreadful realty forced itselt before her h nre noot e etcJ ' to fanu"R-" l Incct Km BOW :iml thv:K
mined from satisfying this longin-by she munnured: "1 wd not leave yen ;! rn-tlK J 1 "i0"?-j lie had become a skeptic, but talked
the constant coming and go".ng of those comfortless." It ?s here and in this The j of M rchc douUc Thlia
who called themselves friends. She , potion uiat Cytitma Allen round her ojio je foft v d wonl tQ Cftl-
Charles Kay had entered upon the languid step and ae.ua-ac.ia.u-i-. it , t Roekv -Monm- fas bv th Cnnf-
asn.riteof -I iar, c"v church "n the came into the bngnt clean room, she o la-lwki u..ms or tu. cana
as..r.ni. ot a larg.. c.. cuurc.i .u m- .., r:,.i hnt rh,H.rc.i i duvn Pa-:tic At cne ot the stations
lull possession of health: but after six was not onl siirpreu out taurta.
vcars of faithful 1-bor lie fountl himself Ovnihia's cheerful face, was iikq a ray i ) ro l a S cilia- -s on tne pi.it-
ywft oi .aiuu.il iJor lie wunu uhu-ui n? n-Knn -inH o-ive her couriiO'e 'o form. There w:is a rush to shake his
T.uable to i cr.orm the duties ot so large of .sunshine, and g.nc iier cona e o , .-ontleman Turch-sed his
-i l'eld t'oncientlous m 11 things, he bear her burden. Lommg forward to '-aim. une unueman purcn-seu nis
a. uciu. v oncit,jcoi-s i - "-"r- " ,o.., r. Wnff ,,.-- ho tint -s tobacco pouch, a loar buckskin article.
decided to hold no position where he apologize lor being .nc.e, she too, .v.s. i . , .. 0,,.,0 ,,.
-the quiet of country lite wotiiu soon re
store to iiini his usual vigor, lor six
inontlu? he ministered to his chosen
" -people as only a faithful poster can;
id when suddenly called to enter the
"church triumphant," tho whole vil
2t5 "mourndcl Uiclr loss. The salary
paid bv the Broclon chnrch was n.cca
parily Bmr.ll. and fdn. liar, although
deltcato in health, had cheerfully de
rided in do the necessary housc-wor)..
and so save the expense of a scrrant-
When sickne-s entered their home, and
after one wfk of intense suffering her
lmcbfitif! itm. linvinr lifTWlth the Cllrtl
ot two little childrenrhe found her own j
strcnirih almost exhausted. It wa-. a '
Irvine time, and when flic mo-t needed
(jtiiet and rest to re tore her. -he found
it was cxpecieii oi nerto tereive m iier
fjon ail who chose to tall upon her.
(dadly would she hare accepted the
consolation of being alone with her
dead; but ot the contrary she must
Little 1 lossv wa-5 now in her seventh
vcar. linirnt ami ?nnnv m oipouiu.i
"No, Gcorgic; but mamma savs we
will go to him if we love .fasns."
"Oh, I don't want to go right down
through the ground" I'd rather go up
to heaven where the star- arc
used to sav"
do! There is old
up the walk, and
She is h'ing down I
"What shall we
Mis Mnith coming
mamma is so tired.
"Oh well, she needn't get up for me. I
I'll walk right in and sit'down by her.
How d'ye do. Mr-. Hay? 1 sa'w the
crape en the door, and so" I thought I'd '
come rijht in. I ain't iied to make a
call, but a ''uir'' a :. and I ain't one
to pro Ta. tin ate. I suppose it's the J
Jiluer that s Ueiul.
"Yes, Miss Smith,
mv husband is i
"Well nov. when did he die?"
"At eigltt o'clock this morning.''
: you got no one with you
On'v Mr. 1 eon, the undertaker, is
here at proent." j
"Any of your folks a coming?"
"Mr Hav's sister .Janetlc will bo here i
on tne evening ira.n. l liopj. .-nu (
Mrs. Hav aro;C to answer a knock at
:i3 well as 7n appearance, she had been 1 1 with lovely ilowers. and luised their
her father's pet, and had promised htm I arms about her neck, she thanked tod
on his deathbed to be her mother's j again for her Heaven-sent comfort,
comfort. Child that she was. she It was a tempting meal that uithia
proved to be a'l she had promised; and had prepared; and they gathered around
seeing how sad and wean- her mother the table, Mrs. Hay could only bow
looked, thongnt her rimc"for a -tion had her head, for sobs choked her utter
arrived. On" entering the room, and ancc.
linding that she wa- ijuiet and pcrhap j They had not' boon long oatod when
lsnd frill'-n a-hep, -hetoo' little (Jeorgie t n form pacd the window, and a voice
by the hand, and quietly led him to at the door announced a new comer,
their favo.iU; -ot m the garden. As one afterannthcr "ju.t dropped in.'
"Flossy, won't papa ever come back! Mrs. Kay's aching ncad ami levered
to live with us after thev put him in the , pul-e? plainly indicated an ovr-et:ed
some flowers the Squire's ( soon, she thought, as she found her sis
v.u. She as she'll come i ter :oirate and unconscious. Tl:o
n-bv and cajl. When he . di.-tracted Cvnthia met her in the hall.
heard the Elder was
cut riirlit down and b.iii"iit this 1) is-
ketful. so a, to be the i.rst one, t.hc I
said. She hopes you will put them at
the head, where they can be seen, and
be Mire and keep the card .straight up." ;
"Give my thanks to your mistress, (
Mary." atid though the Mowers in ,
themselves were beautiful, they brought
no message 01 neaveniv uews ami
briv'ht sunshine, but told onlv of pride, i
and their own lorced ei-tence. j
Miss mith's dtttv being done, she i
" . .
rose to depart, rut catching a glimpse i
of the snan of t:iv oonies and little .
phaeton at t!ie gate, she reseated l.er-
self; for how could she lose so good an
opportunity of seeing the new occupant s up for the restoration ot the prostrate
of the "house on the hill." Mrs. Dr. ; wife and mother.
Whipple and her gray ponies were tho . Day after day they waited anxiously
pride of all Hrocton. The D.octor had for news from the siek room. 'Jhrougii
died in a distant city, and his widow, many wean weeks Janetle Hay wateh
with the remnant of a once larger prop- ed by the bedside of her sister; and
eriy. had come to live in Hrocton, "in j when tho cool breezes of autumn stole
order." she said, "that she might lead , in through t'e closed shutters, bringing
a quiet life." strength and returning health to the
"You poor dear woman!" she said on i siek one, a prayer of thanksgiving went
entering, and with a passing nod in the up from many hearts, and a revolution
direction of Miss Sm.th, she passed on : had begun in the social life of Hrocton.
and touched the cheek of Mrs. Hav with
l have come to sympathize with
vou." she said. "1 know "ust how
lonclv vou will feel, after the excite- j
meat is" all over, and vour -mourning' I
is all nrovided. It is so hard to have to I
refuse all the imitation, one gets. Hut
then vou will have one eonsolat'on
ou can receive all the calls male upon
ou. It is Mich a comfort to see one's ,
friend. When the deir Doctor died. !
all mv friends were o kind, and we with the same line ho returns and en
had such lovelv times looking over the i ters the hive; he goes to the little cells,
latest fashion, and deciding upon the i places his honey, rests a few mi'iutes.
most becoming styles. You are look- J and off he is again. This goes on from
ing verv pale. Mrs. Hay," she said, as day to day until a supply sufficient to
tears gathered in the eyes of the suffer-j take from the hive is secured; it is
inr woman. " ta.-xcn from the hives in the frames on
Apiilvhi" her tlantiiv perfumed hand- j w"''" ll,u lomb is -na4-0" placed in an
kcrehie'f t6 h. r own eve. Mrs. Whipple , extractor, a few whirls are made, the
continued: "i;on t worry: for 1 am
sure black will be very becoming to
vou: and I thin!: one with 3'our figure
looks so distinguished in a long crape
veil. How much you will miss Mr.
Hay, for he was a very handsome man.
1 always remarked when 1 saw him that
he was the handsomest man in Hrocton.
Well. I sec mv grays are getting rest
less, so 1 w.H 'nave to come again. ,
Now my dear Mrs. Ha whenever you
need sympathy just come to mn. and :
do not"hesitate to ask mv a Ivice about
vour mourning, for I shall be delighted
to assist vou. I take all the best,
fashion boo-.s. and can give vou the
address of ali the lirms" who make
mourning goeds a specialty. Well, i
f ood-bvc, I am com.r.g to tak'e vou to
Srive. some da. "-and the silks "of the
wonhl.be comforter rustled uneasilv as
c, crtoM,! i,.riif in tho niii.ttin-
"Ynll. T never!" said Miss Smith,
5 . Sow
when thev were once more alone.
,.v.. -- - ,
! worldly some people are, I guess
Ivivo tn liiftt Mhnvn for vnur eomfort.
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f Mrs. llav. tor we arc an poor sinners.
ijon t. let ner eomm oisiuro vou. u;u
st take a little rest now, for 1 am go-
inr. too." "
of relief escaped the sorrow-
mother as the door closed.
i. .-irtT-o iirt-i l?fir-
when a few moments? later she. crossed
the threshold to make known her errand
of love. Her step was lfght, and did
not arouse the dreamer: so passing on
into the k'.tehen bevond. v yuthia Allen
, - -
wiiau i:ci u. miiv.
i i. : ,-o.,.i-
he knew jus;
what to do, and "ust how it could be-t
i oe iioac. ai.u hbcj utiiuiii ..nv- . "n;
coot grasi saving:
"1 Hope von have rested a li
found you so quiet that I the
would not disturb j-ou nor let s
anv one i
else. But such a time as I nave had to i
keen the folks from going Tigh
"ust took a bi!T wlank and nut
across the steps- First ot all came
Aunt Phoebe, and she was real hu9y !
'cause 1 would not let her see you.
Then came Deacon Cross ami his sister.
and Miss Tripp and Ze.kcly.iloorc and
t- .. i i.ttitt. I . r1,. t?:iii rii":iiisi Tniiii -:i inn-
i.UI O lUltltU " - "V. W.Mi
T. . fA..AH.l S.MWkr .V. f.rtl- r.lTT .T-niTO- AV U, ...V , WVU1.U. ...? &A. f4..VrV W.
lots of others. They all tnean to bo
hind, but they don't know vrht.n to tay
at home. '
Crnthia. voti arc sent fiom tloii. I
know, to help
whWi but a few
mo ooar rav immur;.
momenta ago inod
to erti-h mo. Now I feci almost -t'ong
azain. Oh, how I have lonzod for some
one on whom to lean in thi
trial, act! now I know my p
heard, and you are tint answer to it.
llli 1 liatU iiliJJVSfc ll rj"-""- " -
"The children are all rijrht. and will
be in soon. They have gone to gather
some violets, for" m&xuxna love thuui
.-o." they .aid.
The mother sat with folded hand 4
Ivin" lUtlesalv in hor lap. an I when
the children came and Idled hor lap
condition of the nerve. Kesi, ret.
was what thev loudU calied fi)r. lmt
I where was re-t to be had3 Not at the
parsonage, nor for the over-worked wo
l man whoso fear of offending overpow-
ered her better judmeut.
As Mrs. Hay led the way into the
little parlor, (for tho Deacon and his
wife had asked to see the remains), a
faintnC'S oiTcame her. and hc sank
inenible upon the lloor. -
" ill mamma die, too. Auntie?
asked little Hos-y. a her Aunt .Janeltv
came to her 1 edside the next morning,
"I hope not, darling. Hut mamma
is very, very ill. and Dr. (irey savshe
will not be well again in a long time;
and 7itrer. u:i!e she ean be kept ven
quieL I know that vou and deorgu
love mamma o much that vou will d.
..ii . 1...I.. i. , I.. ..ii
Oil Auntie, we will. Papa told us
when he was siek, that if he died we
would still have a Father in Heaven;
but n our dear mamma should die, too.
we. could never hate another mamma.
and the sobbing child clung to her
aunt, who loved her brother's children
-I 1 At 1
as inoiigu tnev were ner ov.n
danette Hay had arrived in Lrocton
soner than was expected: but none too
and tolt! her of her ineffectual efforts to
kei'p ncoiile awav. How Mr, hav had
been kept in a constant .-late of nervous
excitement, until from utter exhaustion
she had fallen unconscious. How the
doctor had left particular directions to
have the houe quiet, but still the pco-
pie would come,
Miss .Janetto was not long in restor-
tug oruer to uie uisiurueu iiouu
ouiet but hrm manner ruled kindly:
and though none were allowed to see
the siek one. none were offended. A
, .. J .
revelation was oeginning i uawu upon
fie vtllago people
and as thev followed
the remains of their loeil pastor to his
final resting-place, many prayers went
AT. 1. Exuminer.
The Busy lcc.
Honey is an article of food that is
never touched by human hands. The
process of taking it from the hives and
plac ng it on the market is a mos in-
lercstmg one. lake the early f.ight of the
bee. and wuhan established path he Hies
away, going probably two or three miles
for honey; lie secures Ins supply, and
honev runs out ol the conios into a re-
. ceptacle below, is strained through lit
tle bags and run into little bottles of ;
pound each, these are carefully set
; aside for Ue air to get out thoroughly,
and then are corked, labled anil are
' ready for the table, the proeess being
, as clean as nature will allow, and it
has not been touched bv human hands.
' Then when it is wanted in the comb
,: , , V,. i
e e mIs are prepared that horn one
nd. these are so placed that the bees t
cover them: wheu
idled thev arc out
"P In cases ami snipped m mat manner,
The is nothing more interesting
-I'- to st"n(l among the hives and
wch the little workers. One of the
-ves was approached, and puffing
! "'-'oke m, a great buzz was heard.
i Lifting the top off carefully, a singular
sight w:is seen. In the hegmuag.of
' the season on the frames of a hive are
i placed wax sheets,
comb. To this the bee builds until tho
right size is made, then he begins to
fil? with honev. It was one o7 these
the formation of a
fr.rtJ !,... ..,:...l :..1f VI.r.t,
". u. r.o.uii -. it.uiv.
d gorges himself with the honey.
i -'U1S v,tu tuc smoke, prevents stingmg.
"r -- .. r...wo .... ...- ...
, 1:1 UiC tower story ot tne nivc tne oueen
J1 tound. and the young colonies form.
i ue v cut is great :n se:isons ot nun.
ijii1; nnnnrwti ilnwn nn K?m nml -; t ?r-r 1i?t
io death. Each one. hrv- Iik nath to and
AHV. i-J- ,U4iV . UVU41 Oil J4U lilk. CilU, Utlll
.- .t. - l--- 1 ...i r. - -i 1
iio:u iue aic, aai wuea it is ou-irueieti
a l;:im of warnng s begun, and if yon
don't move quick he pounces on you in
a most savage manner and begins tc
stmg. Xationai B
t l; a gentleman bought his wig for $2; j
1 :" T bought his "earrings "for $: j
auuiuer genueiuan secureii ms mucca
sins i leaving the chief in his sock feet)
for -$1.75; a man cut off a lock of his
The love and practice of gardenijg
are conducive to the noblest thoughts
J and tho purest and healthiest lives.
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1 m A w V,-k rt. im n .-. J,T"- V i Vri "tV
it T-l'-ht 1 et3,a aau a reporter wi io un
j i snur. xt ias a great uay ior.vru x uuu
Vrnt. V. r. ItK'bftrd rsl n ta
clMnr rirc on sbc artl irNtH? oi
IbC l'trtnt Vi.'tau-jua IUpI't iJ t (Ml.
Xtx.vn mh f nm nrkii't it ilw
cknjr -tnniA wjreiir Unyl iw't
nr r4cr w:h thy ctt:fcl Iwv tMnfl tk
rju i-ornt. a tt. .'.jim.J
I kfv taj -AMmtli f.r It4 (! twil.
Kanh to winlrx &nft llaurtm to Ufinx vh
Strenstit to -'. II canr mul ttinuolt
And hnV ttw tUir vrfU hd4 vnm mmm
Truo ?alUli atia and Jujr no hmrt win
Tliai Uiroiirh k wuV tiMi Urtn
Tbtr ll.-r-r!y iW tiii?i all th4rty4 wuat
An ner) dti) ti rt r .ck iIm wrii.
The Son of Man f tin- 5abbal!i tnl
y III drrw wlio tlrl t lfr urn I hy;
Who twlMw-. It in h-n aHtl 4 nMd irl
1'imJ Mitdwih nt, ml 1m stftrti Mirvii
Tl- W(' w. m'm wr rrt rap'vtfBm hr.
Wuh S-i4o, mmit to i.w-finfltl k;1
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Whj .Kli ib Ink ml yiw!' ofl ii.ur
:k ir Uii.mJ-i-
Ou. vnl-o rr.l- m Utw, Ko in our 4h.
Unc trtv.1 )u mi irk t Uvmrfurvth mml
Am I -h, vrph wr ntl k. frTrtrnj.
Will im tv OiurlUu at our iaco:ui
An.I vrhile on l.Kv' -l.d i our lr!ts hnll
.MM im Urn I infime u tlh '.iri llfltfr.
CbriM :iiri nn I tout -ball sh.ell u Irotu
a I i--.
Aiiu lui ort we U enter ith the Mtitor.
GLOHV HKVKAI.EI) IN THE
Wherever we look, however fondly
we penetrate the deplhi of spr.ee, we
lind, so far as we ean see. ue power,
one law. one ieaona !e intelligence
pervadng and controlling all; an intel
ligent e wh:ch we can recognize a, har
u'ioniing w;th our own wherever we
can follow it. We find distant worlds
moving jtist as they would move it the
jsann law of ravitation prevailed with
them a. it does with us; and terrestrial
mathematics. niee:iaiIc and optics ap
j lv to them a well a to the earth.
Meteoi.s fall, and nring us from inter
planetary .-paee only faniiiiar element
lu the luminous muic of the ravs of
d.stant .tars -.o detect familiar indication-
of lamdiar earthly subtance3. In
the spectrum of .-in h a star as Cajiella,
iron and sodium, magnesium and hy
drogen, manifest them-clves jireeisely as
they lo in our -un or on the earth. The
heacns declare the e-,stMitial unitv of
matter, and inferential!- that of f'od
llim-elf. 1 have -pokeu of the apparent
I act that gravitation in the star-denth-is
the -ame as on the earth. Now.
what are we to think of gravitation, or.
indeed, of any kind of force, acting be
tween particle, of matter Are we to
imagine that the particles which "at
tract" have some kind of ene by
which they recognize each other's ex
istence and position, and some kind of
intelligence by which they ean calculate
exactly how strongly t' puil each
oth. r.aud some kind of will and power.
anl .-ome material connection with
each other, by means of which they
actualh produce the pull? Are we to
suppoc thi-; or. rath'M. that some one
all-pervading sense, intelligence and
power is the real and ultimate agent in
the case? One. of whom .-cienco can
pcrnaps reveal tomethmga. to His om
nipreeiic omu. science, and omnipo
ten e, but nothing more; while only
revelation and our own filial Myo
pathy il speak i; reierently) can make
known His personality and holiness and
One would not dare to say that no
explanation of gravitation will ever be
iliscoxered, correlating it with other
phy-ieal force, like those of chemical,
electrical and magnetic attraction: but
it is quite .-a.e to say that, even after
such di?eoery. the real mytery of
force will .still remain as unsolved as
ever, lying somewhere in the region
where spirit and matter touch each
other. One le-son is most impressive
ly taught by a-tronomy: namely, the
follv of atteninting to measure Cod's
ideas and purpose- by human notions
of utility and value. I do not mean
that' wu can not and do not in many
ca.-es recognize His ideas in tho rela
tion, proportions and arrangements
oi a svstcm but only this, that
in multitude.-, perhaps even in the
majority of cases, we lind ourselvc
bafiled. "His wisdom is unsearchable,
and his ways past linding out," I refer
to the "wastes" of creafon the deso
late, imniea-urable solitudes between
the -tar?, occupied apparently only by
scattered bits of meteoric matter hun
dreds of miles apart worlds by the
million apparently ununited for any
kind of lite sun-"shining "uselessly"
except as to some aimo-t infinitesimal
fraction o; their ra liance. So laras we
can -ee. oniv a lew tilings in tne uai-
are of anv ue at all; not, o
because other things really have
no u-e, out simply because we onrseivcs
are so limited iii our understandings
that we are as unable to comprehend
them as one born blind to understand a
telescope. . S. JYnitX.
iYithatit a Huudcr.
Mr. F . a passenger on one of our
ocean steamers latelv, found an old
md the Captam and they
P! ." ?.l,leir le!sure m, '1
? cii?:nS Hc.r termer classmate, am!
I never could understand said Mr.
V .one day. "why Will Heitit did
not succeed. Ho left eollege equipped
for even' qualifieat on for tne siruggle
of life. "lie had sound health a vigorous
intellect, warm affections and a compe-
I ITT. "
.wn:a goi.i bhuiiujj.
".:: !S7G I was in Idaho, and there 1
met Will. He had lost everything and
supported himself by odd joos of work,
principally driving cattle. He vras
neither a drunkard' nor a gambler, yt.
he had never succeeded "in anything
which he undertook. He tried, a new
road to luck twn or three fines a ear.
lie was now almot insane over his op
position to Christianity aad talfcct! in
cessantly oi religion, wita the vilest and
most profane abuse. A month or two
later ha diwl. In the same bitter humor,
a rebel against God if there ever was
one. It is a mystery to me why sueh a
man should have made such an end."
After a short silence, the Captain
Old sailors have a superstition that
there are phantom ships that traverse
the sea. I saw a vessel once that cx-
1 darned to me how the idea- originated,
twas a full-rigged bark, usder sail
end driving before a brisk sou-wester.
There was not a living soul on board.
X surmised that some virulent dic&so
I . T" ' - a 1 I
had Urokm mil n her. And tbo crw
win all cka! r kd 4loril Vor. J
trim! to cvptwr Wr, but oouM nuu
'Seieml moUM kitr I ictKd Iwr
naitt. Hm Ujt nMttai im &. hr
iU hum in rf. JUk) th vrlmi lnt
hr wbr H wikt A tinir aflr kc
Mvt aeriMx otr bum1- m t my -tr
'fTifMlajf Sk ibalirtm Jwlk.
vrv Annk, Rtxrtr-i. th rat w4ial
br m Mid forth Mic wt down xt
IrM into lk durkiH mml Uraj.
"Sb vra a g-ud jJbi M fkrU lmt,"
he Uk-L finiticJMiUr. "yht had kt
How iwiar tmttHir )mU who t-1
tm tl kti
votkv which x-Hifr m'urv mail. wH-
or,ulpjMl. 1 npiknnmUy roriltii?.
Init wuhomt a ruader i'miifd Obm-
I'rl:ir AlJve llpcrIrnoc.
It wfi in I'MJ that lYinw' AM-o, t
hr owu iiru. lwaw? nmtiwlod uith
the fnm'Hi ItovUl 1-rtnirncit Strau-.-.
He lhfd t larmtrdt ior our jrHr.
during wheh periwl h tl fr--nt
ititereourii with 0m 1 riH-- mnl rAd
to btr hi- lrUer wi V4umv. Mh n
il may m rvgretlrd that tb' InBueiMn u!
SlrauVt should hnxe i-rit bnMigh. In
bear uimmi bur. no ont ia heip admir
ing the euragilh ehlHl bh facet!
the dtlllctillic-) to which hii teiwJdttjp
gave ri.-u epeein!Iy when one cotdeT
wjth what relu. taticu and en db:n
sue mut have x'lowod his opin on- u
iulhienco her m.itd. In -harp eontlk-t
w ith the moat aerd tnublKuifi of hur
Aouth. shf did not ihrink irum accept
ing tho ddh ation of h'w work on VV
taire. No dtxtht them i a nou-leHev
ing attitiuK' which is easier to tnlu up
in the every-lav life timu the believing
one. It Ufar)s- trouble.it i- moiv
nattering to one's power of di-crn-ment.
not to behove a thing than to
believe il. When Mephensou nrst
prophesied IWmv ;i coiumitlee of the
l!ou-c of t'oniuions the rate at which
steam -hould conquer time anil spare,
the men who laughed him to -corn
probablv felt much cleverer than tho-e
who believed him. It was inno uch
spirit that Princess Alice li-tcned to
Strauss -"he hail to wrestle hert and
soul with theoretical doubt,'' and it
wa- not nnt.l the spring of !H7. that
light came back to her thn ugh durk
uess -he had just returned from her
Italian trip, into which -he Lad thrown
her-vlf with true en'ovmeut. and wa.
stii! resting after the fatigue of the long
:ouruey. The two little Princes had
been playing b her sofa- Prince Krue-t
ran into the net room followed by the
Pr ncess, and in her iirief ab-.enoe
Prince Kriu fell out of the window
upon the stone pavement below. One
moment in the mo-t vivid radiant liio
and health, the next he lav seu-elc-.-and
crushed. He died a few hours biter
in his mother's arms. In her agony
.she sounded as it were for the lirst time
the depths of skepticism. She searched
in a n through the various systems ot
philosophy, but found no foot-hold.
She did not speak of tne transformation
that was go-ng on w.lhin; but slowly,
silently and surely faith returned to
her. never again to falter. "The whole
evidence of philosophical cneIuions
which I had built for my-elf. I tint! to
hae no Joundntion whatever nothing
of it is leit -it ha- crumbled away like
dust. What should we be, what would
become of us if we had no faith if we
did not believe that there is a Jod who
rule the world and each sin-lcone of
us?" .1i.s Giaistone, in Uvnlcr.jtora
rnurment of Time.
le an economist of time. Time is
money and more than that. It is the
stuff that eternity is made of. He.
therefore, misers of minutes. We talk
of "off hours" and "spare moments,' '
but we have none to .-pare. True, we
need rcereatioti. relief from the daily
pressure of eare. Mecp can not be safe
ly abr.dged. The tension of modern
life, thu ru-ii and rivalry of business,
make re-t a necessity, not a luvury.
Overwork is a sin against the bod v.
Wc owe it to ourselves and to others to
keep the I ody in its b-t physical con
dition. We are gathering up the frag- !
incuts in so doing. I'roper relaxation
is a part of true economy, but th point
to be roni'Muberrd is the alue and sig
nificance of all our hours as related to
the aim of life. This understood, we
shell be frugal of our scanty and los
Fragments of time saved will rapidly
accumulate weai'h, material and spir
itual. Many valuable books have b-en
prepared in moments of conijMirative
leisure. In the gold loom of the Phila
delphia Mint is a crforat"d lloor.
through which passes the dust or 11
ings ot gold, the aggregate vahii: of
which is thirty thousand dollar evt'ry
year. This U but a hint of the gath
ered wealth of many men who liave
learned how to husband minutes. Kind
words anil d.ecds that lake but a mo
ment of time may ! like fruitful need,
the hanestlng.s of which may !w super
latively rich in this life and In thu Hie to
come. U the joy of mem.iry that ooiiuh
from utilizing fragments of time! Wor'h
more than tho -wc-ping of the gold
room they enrich alike the life of him
who save and that of htm who h?rc
An extra vi-it to the closet, the im
provement of some fugitive Imptoaion
or some passing acquaintance, inav
start sf reams of beneilecnt hit'ueiue
that will not only mommitnrily rfroih
and restore a wearlo 1 oul, but lao
permanent effect on tdiaraetor. What
we need is a strong purpo-u followed
out by systematic ami per-irtiMit olfori
day by day. Bev. Br. John l. Utth
Night brings out tar.i a wrrti
shows u truths. '. J. Bmify.
-lie not aham!d of thy virtu ft.
Honor is a good 1-roooh u vrmr in t
man's hat at all t;moi. Ltu JtmHu
in jmlglnjf othttM, ruin hihot U
no purpov. cam moid j errs, ami enail)
s:ast I . ! or,ijniii und m!gi
himself. !e I- !wms H-l!y hiut u
fully employed. limmi i hminpi.
A nory s mux of n iriy of 1 rtinrH
inHdeLs bo vrw dining ugtkmr, hh
who. at um rt)iiit-Alof 1!m Iiom, rubify,
their skei:k-: dij-ijou wuUI th
serrant- HmI rciirml, h yht Uitli
lives wottltl imm ! anr If ilHrir aurvaau
sbouUI embrae-j lUtur doru,- tit
Vhen wft U11 tf'lmb Ouj -hhtitij
stops of HuetTtn mid ffom lit light o,
the etniAl wort I knife bank on thi
enigma of human l.f, w- hnJl )mVt
nothing for whu h to pmU (irxl nmn
than for not hating givun is, avtir)'Uiir.
for which we &'tNt film hern ou vntit.
l)r.J. A. i-ruuJu.
The nature oi Christ U, I gram It.
from one end Co another, a wh of my
tcries; but thn iuy-wrfou-nii doc not
correspond to the diflicnUlas whUih at
eMsteuce conuind. Let it ia rtjtvttl
aiid the whole woild fi ui -jfffmit, lej
it Uj accepted and wa prN-p n, Mronder
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he wiuilod a jwdr of &htjf to wear u ih
buadn- rliool picnic. His roi0r hnd
promiel u wh ami itHrttd hut clothi
so that he might go loukmg vry ntmt
indeed, but the ld sIm.i- Hen lar pat
all mending, ami how conltl it gbaro
foot.J Then he began coaiiunjr !
clmnriH of his father Wing rv angry
when he should lind hi bviltlo bro.uu.
l!e did not liko tho ido.t of getting a
whipping for it. s was very likely, but
how cuuld he icsist thu toinptotioit of
making Mire about thwj shos? Tho
more lie thought of ihexu tho more h
c-uildn't. Hu spratiif up anil 1: tin toil
around until h founii a good .siel
brick-bat. which he thing with buch
IgoroiM hniid and cormt aim that tl
net moment tho old Ixtlle lay in
putt e- before his eye. How eagerly he
bent over them in the hopo ot uniting
not only what he was so longing for.
but. i ethaps. other trea-ures. l'ul his
poor little heart sank as ho turned ovor
tint fragments with trembling linger.
Nothing eoid 1 bo found among tho
broken bit, wet on .!iu insu'ti with a
'i mi sat down again and sobbed a
he had never .-obbod balore: o linn!
that he Aul not hear a step ho-Ide htm
unld a voice htiA.
"V.tdl: what id all thi?" "
1 le sprang up in great alarm. It wa
hi. father, who aluais jlept late in tie
morning and was vury nohioin awake o
early :o thi.
"Who btoke my lKtt!o?'' ho aked.
"I did," JMiiil " Tim. catching hs
breath half in terror and half beiweun
"Whv did ou?" Tim looked up.
The voice did not sound quite o tcrn
b.e as he had opcc:od. '1 hit truth was
his father had been tuttchud at sight of
the forlorn tlgure, o vory small and
sorrowful which had Iwnt oor thu
" by." he ald. "I ws lookin' for a
pair of new shoes. I want a pair of
nhoe.s awful Inul to wear to tho pirmc
All the other list Its chaps wear -hoe."
"How came you to think you'd lind
shoiM in a bottlu?"
Wl y. mamuia aid . I asketl hr
for some new shoca and he nid thev
had gom into thl black loltl-. und
that lot.4 ol otnur ihingi had gone iuU
it. UK) -etats ami hat.s. and biead am!
meat and thing -and I thought if I
broke it I'd find 'em all. nud there ain't
a thing in it- and innuima never Mild
what wasn't so hofoto and I thought
'twould ! o sure."
And Thn. hard I, able to sob out thi
words, fi-eling how keenlv his trust in
mother . word had adtltnl to hit dlsaji
iMdntment, sat down ugain ami cried
harder than eer.
HIjx father seated himself on a box in
thu dionhrly ard ami rmaiuud quiet
lor o long "a time that Tun at hut
looksl tunidlj up.
"I m ivhI horry I bnik your bottlu,
father. 1 11 tttfvur lo it ai;aln."
"No, I gueM you won t," he said.
Uyiutr a hand on tho rough littio hontl
n.t ho went aiy, leaving Tim ovyr
eome with atoti.hmnt UiatfnlUtfrhad.
not In, n angry with him.
Two day.i altur. on tne ery evening
More U.e picnic, hu handed Tim a
jwrivl, tullhig him to op-n It.
"Nmw (oim! now idioc!M ho
fihouio!. "Oh. falhr. dwl vou gef a
nuiv loWJit nnd wore th' lnit?"
"No, in) l,oy, thr In't olng to ho
a tmw Ifwttht. Vour mother wai nght
all thu t nm-ihu thing all went !nto
thu loutt. but you ? getting thorn
out l- no irny iiiatier. mi Tin going to
keip tluom out after thU"A. . U-
A WhlaVj Trsr.lf.
Tan A)!(h(ny (l'a.) Mnitttta rocent,
on:i ri-ctiiH ib foikiwfa trv. which
in n tartltng lllutrai!.t of feannl
tfriinti IflTiMiirhi about thorough indul
Jtii In rh sky.
Uli f the nioi -t-rtiUar. dmilfiii
Hd l.TTtf inn; tmj-el.c3 known to rh
tiuiaU of crhu mm enacted yes'erdmr
nt I.eWnh. iirv mien wat "of Ina
Hhl. (i thu Cltartii4 branch oi th
rnnhndl Hailrad. Tho taiirwid
wj.l hI..k thu Chnrtlew Crrk. i;r-R j
Um 'r- f iu Iaat evening. Mt I
U o v'.m k, n mail nainoti Vovi'ayr
tA'itxw tWo men imggUng on tho "
baak nbme tho crrok. " For orrrai"
Ittiantu thoy struggkid. wfeca 5odknlj 1
or ol I hum tiiggerei. t)iltL d J
w hurUl b hu aailnt hi.Ji '
llil ibii erv-ek. A icream of gt i
Wrut up trvin h5 !rp at tne atn tJw ,
hinl WtoUhijcr with a companion raw
ti thi xk. Hy t&v tintc th- rented
th n tho tuurdercr Had lasted htei- t
df on tho rai'.roail track ami Ul vt
Itui wa. fighting for hb 2ifi In the '
oniui. ' .'
"tot him die" said the one on On'
rallroait. "he tricil to kill rac. bt eur )
him, I Jtarc k lied him."
NS ooljlayer, and his friend tried to '
avj the man in the creek, but ere tfaey
could reach him he was swept awa by
the water and was drowned. While
:jrt v wore exerting every rcrre to avc
hfm a passenger train caait thundering
along; the murderer heard the roar of
tho cars and the shriek ot the whisth.
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touishturly ia!t. lb lr wh mn&
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happen i think 1k mH;h -UiwU-rt
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wbtfo. jrhit, il d-ji mi brnvt taael
otfect in duuinuhing Into-dc-ok, ttiJ
it dooi- mm jgw-X" Tofoti (W.
Iteatli of the father of Ti-alotalttm.
doeph I.!vfy. tb father f ti
tn!i-n. died on "Tut-Uftir afirtMMNi M
his ntflcic-. iSank fMrad. i r-tm. Ic
bin idart-ffr.t ear. n SnUfmtn I.
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U (iwn m-n ot t'n-ttua. htrliMknir
hiinelf. Hi -dterwnr.L- rtabilJ-d
Tom pern ti MMi-tie in dlfiorent pnrt
of tho kingdom. He nbm Uk nn ik-livo
purt in Uie anti-(-"tru law aialWa.
and i-stubl.sli-'d in ll th IrwlM
Utuirdmu. uak'h rtrmniiMHl ni a nak
Htantlal pnporty In hi fnmlly aatil
la&t1. Hu alo "eottdouifHl iv -4rMoil
campaign n aiiwt tb cfrrbHl
ttttulioit of thw lMir Low lw-ard. Mi.
Uvtttuy tlllet! mo id thw pttblir oUkMt
in his native town, und rrndrwd intiNv
sptwiul st-rv.coi. in tiut : oioarjrie) .
am! protnotcil tunny pubik? tmpru
.nicr.U. Vnw fneis wre non faMidm
than hi lu dl-trirt wln-r l-kii-i nd
milfering pralll. Mr. livwy wa
left a iluotituu oqihaii Ht tbo ag ol
Hivea yoiiw. mwl !. coimnirml ht, ! fet
Living-tui. at th linmiloom. ftttt
Mull (A'uir.) Bintjl.
IIviiMY (i ItTVtXU. not
popular Aiuriian aeir.
beggar in London. Hum
loiij- agd a
In a rafoml
Ii xll th church pit-port n tb
rnl'ol i?taUi win ttdtl at tn WM
market prce. it H ciitaiUed that ia
entire eath proceed woohl btt ! !
third of the Mini iprt by Uxt wpln 1
thi- country tor iutoxicnttwi; dnnk la
Ir is id that tho piuMwacr of tk
Htunmur Anmiordnm. wrocfcatl mS M
l.iinud M.titnt Uuiu shjj, hat! U tem b
eoiubint! perl hi of whiky und api
Certain of tie crew am! iHMngr. Ami
even of the people on shore. obtiawtl
ncei to tho liquor In tne tp-t.
und confiiMou, mn-cotMiueL, iabiunaat
ty. wer tho rsiiK. (xxkntt much
Miffermg (unon the jmrrtr ha
wore bintlcd o Ui'i folaad.
'I'bu foJkn1nf- ami wa prlistl hi
recoat niKnber uf the .NncMgikMwar
"Ih-Ii Horn. ry: tor kHm ftr i !
U- n frmktiijr h pTtrn t-t tmrumt. ltd
f tarht lr- I ftt. 'lhet no ir? t
firing nil lUo wWkr tJwtt ttt4 Hw -.
! ni ttlii-r cn trijf l-ri-. e t '
It, I r-t'n -UK r:sbl hvf- iwr. mwm mm. if
rnnt hnwt ir iritrmii. mnrm ninii-y 'm
ior- iiiirr: at to-. M mmnH - rt. r.
tu 4n mu h 1rir Uj nH a'hmr mm .
h 1 -n t UHniif so - AUnn itwi
tanking a L-.Mt of utyrmt. tt Um f
-M. I. M rr "
It U gratifying to ! how wli th
Temperance agiuition Ji bbtg l P
in Kna: land. It It atatod that Unrm wn
OAJf, j,jutlr4 with inoro tkma hli a
million signatwrtt nt np Uv FiuUm
raeut this year In favor of ta isaadnv
Clodng Ibll. and thf-re waot n.b
petition aainnt tb bill. It will b m
mombrel ihat .Sctial tcard .
ilav closing law many y.z ajp.
tnat, if the Knlidi blii h p-a. N
(lay drinking will to bw-"y pt a
to. tbroofrhoat lireat Uninm.
Wu have two zyrtttm l mAmstia a
thi conatrr. (.Hm hnndmt and .U".
for lhotatoiod ptiWk- -r4o-it mlvii
for God. awl tm buadrw! and rt'
ftre :htiat!t Ikx4 fmltttmunj: bm la
bviL For ricton of oar ebtfatinwi.
throogb tb pobHc mImI to a bv.
Bofccr. Cbrtnwi aaJKd mA mmmma
boc-l. wm pay jKMrwUly ki .'-.-t-
l--r vAmczikm ibrtmk lb mtm,
tbo bUhd of merr. esimemA asx.
mmmmm. In vtibrr word, for ny dol
fcwr tbnt wo n iead to bmUfi tp lAr-o:h
mr fmbihe srtHmU, w f ?I7 o
m- Antw tfcj-j5li Uw aJooi- -'r.
Ir HIi k Huaits &m t Tammy a
Nuift iKintly wocik IirU. j a
1,'it-don yttitwr. k is not beemm th
crnvf f dnnk pceM o "wni'dr ?oa
lh pN-$dA. & a w--U-, n. i i7mjPniv.
5MftNk 1 mined, ub ta aidja "vatl
vf cfcut, the n-o of Bumic to
earal tliaa in Wra cauoa Tb
fnrant aad degraded rx nd eottatry
iftfcoret and amoar taem
-! iKst it Kiti4 iK wira ttal f -W
dnk cwnmai verv higb. 4ft & T
eanip!e of abstinence kvaj w!rra
to. Ivaiiihlng lfk ten .atw ef waaUy
i the rate cf ca.nmpto at ptsr V
for every mu, woman sad child ia t-B S
etapins. The proixrta. in the larger
citfr. of dnakWsalooa to the rjpa
latioa w arxjt the amc or5c O
or mUde!pia-coc solooa io every
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